Understanding what’s ongoing is perhaps the best way to assess what’s coming.
By Stephen Lendman
Headlines aren’t reassuring. They’re unnerving. Today’s Wall Street Journal headlined “Stocks Swoon in Frenzied Trading.”
Nobel tradition is horrific. Disreputable. Long and inglorious. War criminals win peace prizes. Past honorees include a rogue’s gallery of some of the world’s worst.
A previous article discussed Obama’s open-ended Middle East war. It flagrantly violates international and constitutional laws.
He’s Venezuela’s democratically elected president. It doesn’t matter. Washington’s dirty war continues.
He’s a master chess player. He’s a world-class geopolitical leader.
He shames his Western counterparts. He makes them look amateurish by comparison.
First the good news. There’s much to report. On November 29, 2013, the UN General Assembly designated 2014 as the International Year of Solidarity with the Palestinian people.
When is a debate not one? When New York Times editors sponsor them. They’ve had them before. They’ve got a new one on Syria.