This is Sibel Edmonds reporting from Turkey on the assassination of Iranian dissident and Triple-informant Masoud Molavi in Istanbul, Turkey. This is part 4 in my exclusive investigative series on the case. In this in-depth analysis report I delve into the damning timelines, evidence and pretexts leading to Molavi’s assassination- and with that wave alarm […]
North Korea’s got nukes. And it’s got ICBMs. Even so, US hawks have pushed the Korean peace process into a dead end. But can they keep it there? Not just Russia and China want negotiations. Maybe Donald Trump wants to negotiate too! Is the deep state going to push back? What do you think? It already has! And why didn’t Seth Rogen melt off Kim Jong Un’s face? *Follow us here at Newsbud Twitter
DOD Spent $35,654,013,000+ on 306 individual contracts in August 2017 The Pentagon issues a jumbled list of contracts every business day around 5:00PM local time. Our project distills an entire month of these contracts into an accessible form.
We Are Change While the Neocons and Democrats alike, now both flagrantly promote war in Syria, few U.S. representatives are in opposition to the insane plan of regime change in another middle eastern country, but those that do are boldly voicing their opinions about it, making sure their cries don’t fall on deaf ears.
This week I present a mini-documentary on the rise of the neocons in the 1970s and how they turned Cold War paranoia into War on Terror paranoia. I look at the people and organisations involved: Henry Jackson and the Coalition for a Democratic Majority, Richard Pipes and Team B, the reformed Committee on the Present Danger and how this all ties in with the Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism in 1979.
Written and produced by Adam Curtis, The Power of Nightmares—The Rise of the Politics of Fear explores the similarities between the ascent of the American Neo-Conservative movement and the trajectory of radical, fundamentalist Islamism in three one-hour films.More controversial, perhaps, than even this co
Welcome to our second experimental episode of Probable Cause.
Welcome to our first experimental episode of Probable Cause. Our first few podcast episodes will explore different ideas and formats in order to determine how we can make this new podcast series interactive and spontaneous.
The Washington Hong Kong “Democracy” Project
The most militarily aggressive American president in history is considered a wimp by the neoconized American media!
Guillermo Jimenez Presents Philip Giraldi
Morton Abramowitz, Eric Edelman & Blaise Misztal Demand Immediate Regime Change in Turkey