People Are So Afraid of Google Now

Here's Why by Tyler Durden Zero Hedge (August 30 2017) Google (pardon Alphabet's) efforts to influence the American political discourse, not to mention presidential election outcome {1}, stretch far beyond the company's penchant for subtly disadvantaging independent and conservative thinkers on platforms like YouTube. By financially supporting left-leaning policy shops, Google's parent company has helped … Continue reading People Are So Afraid of Google Now

Washington Has Initiated Military Conflict with Russia

by Paul Craig Roberts http://www.paulcraigroberts.org (September 25 2017) Russia has provided evidence that Washington is collaborating with ISIS in attacks on Russian forces {1}. In one Washington-directed attack, ISIS tried to capture 29 Russian military policemen. However, Russian special forces entered the fray, and the result was spectacular losses for ISIS. {2} In another attack … Continue reading Washington Has Initiated Military Conflict with Russia

Washington’s Iron Curtain on the Euphrates

by Mike Whitney CounterPunch (September 27 2017) For more than six years, Syrians have made great sacrifices to defend their country in the face of a terrorist war of unprecedented brutality ... The Syrian people have stood their ground, against all odds, because they knew that this was a war that sought to eliminate their … Continue reading Washington’s Iron Curtain on the Euphrates

Uncle Sam vs Russia in Eastern Syria

The Nightmare Scenario by Mike Whitney CounterPunch (September 22 2017) The impending collapse of ISIS has touched off a race for territory in the oil-rich eastern part of Syria pitting US-backed forces against the Russian-led coalition of Syria, Iran, and Hezbollah. This is the nightmare scenario that everyone wanted to avoid. Washington and Moscow's armies … Continue reading Uncle Sam vs Russia in Eastern Syria