Here are my most recent articles for you Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov Declares New “Iron Curtain” is Emerging Between Russia and the West Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov proclaimed on June 30, 2022 that an “Iron Curtain” is being erected between Russia and the Collective West. His […]
By Caitlin Johnstone Listen to a reading of this article: Fox News’s fabulously popular right wing pundit Tucker Carlson has ratcheted up his show’s anti-China propaganda yet again, introducing his interview with Brazil’s rightist president Jair Bolsonaro with a psychotic rant against Beijing that, were it about Moscow, […]
Each country needs to become independent. Especially the countries with natural reserves. They should be dependent on anyone!
International editor of El Ciudadano, Dennis Rogatyuk, explains why Ecuadorians’ initiated an 18-day national strike.
By Caitlin Johnstone Listen to a reading of this article: There’s a lot going on in America and the people are very stressed out and frightened, but don’t worry, there’s nothing the US government won’t do to make sure more High Mobility Artillery Rocket systems get to Ukraine. […]
MADRID (Reuters) -Spain will urge fellow NATO allies to consider a bigger role for the alliance in North Africa and the Sahel at a summit in Madrid on Thursday, with Spain’s foreign minister saying an intervention in Mali should not be ruled out. NATO has little appetite for […]
By Caitlin Johnstone Former CIA director and secretary of state Mike Pompeo gave a speech at the Hudson Institute last week that’s probably worth taking a look at just because of how much it reveals about the nature of the US empire and the corrupt institutions which influence […]
by Peter Zeihan on June 29, 2022 US bond rating service Moody’s announced that Russia was in default of its foreign debt payments yesterday, a first for Moscow since 1918. Unlike most countries who go into default, Russia has the money to pay its debts. But the sanctions […]
Saagar breaks down the new oil proposal by Biden and other western leaders to put a price cap on Russian oil and how it will lead to higher prices bringing profits to Putin
By Caitlin Johnstone Listen to a reading of this article: ❖ Turkey’s President Erdoğan has officially withdrawn Ankara’s objection to the addition of Finland and Sweden to NATO membership, with the three countries signing a trilateral memorandum at a NATO summit in Madrid. The removal of Erdoğan’s objection […]
The Signal Why are so many Arab countries suddenly working so openly with Israel? Steven Cook on the persistent threat of Iran, the waning influence of the U.S., and the fate of the Palestinians. After decades of armed conflict and entrenched hostility, a group of Arab states has […]
By Peter Zeihan on June 28, 2022 Beijing announced yesterday that it was extending its Zero COVID policy until 2027. This is a direct result of the Chinese government’s failure to develop an effective domestic vaccine, and its steadfast refusal to rely on the safe, effective mRNA vaccines […]
The hosts discuss different country’s views on a Ukranian peace deal with Russia, particularly those at the G-7 Summit in Germany.
Krystal and Saagar cover the battle updates from Ukraine’s fight against Russia in the Donbas region and the presence of CIA operatives alongside NATO troops in the capital city of Kyiv
Krystal and Saagar provide their commentary on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s insistence to French President Macron that Europe not foster diplomatic negotiation between Russia and Ukraine
Here are my most recent articles for you Is a Middle Eastern Version of NATO Being Created? Jordanian King Abdullah II recently announced that he would support the creation of a Middle Eastern military alliance in the mold of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Abdullah said to […]
Keith Preston comes back to the show to talk about how neocons are slithering their way back into the GOP. LISTEN HERE
by Peter Zeihan on June 27, 2022 Many, many thanks to those of you who have helped make my new book, The End of the World is Just the Beginning, a New York Times best seller. As is typical with authors who make it onto the list, there […]
By Caitlin Johnstone The New York Times reports that Ukraine is crawling with special forces and spies from the US and its allies, which would seem to contradict earlier reports that the US intelligence cartel is having trouble getting intel about what’s happening on the ground in Ukraine. […]
Ryan Grim and Ken Klippenstein of The Intercept talk about possible downsides of Jared Kushner’s Abraham Accords agreement in the Middle East after a leaked intel report warned of violence
SOFREP With Russia turning up the nuclear weapons rhetoric on the backdrop of their invasion of Ukraine, it has now been revealed that the carrier of Putin’s nuclear briefcase has been shot dead in his home in Krasnogorsk, Moscow. Retired Colonel and Former Head of the Department of […]
The Corbett Report by James Corbett corbettreport.com June 26, 2022 There was no shortage of coverage in the independent media of the recent World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, the first in-person gathering of so-called “Davos man” since the beginning of the scamdemic. Similarly—as noted in a recent […]
The Grayzone spoke with leaders of Ecuador’s indigenous movements, now engaged in ferocious street protests against the privatization policies of President Guillermo Lasso, a billionaire banker. The activists addressed their demands and the repression they have witnessed, including arrests and alleged assassination attempts.
Briahna Joy Gray breaks down inconsistencies in recent court rulings on free speech.
Incredibly, the Democrats are now more hawkish than Henry Kissinger on foreign policy. Neocon Fred Kaplan laments that folks are not war-hungry enough. It figures an article like this would be published in an uber-totalitarian humanist publication like Slate. The Dems have gone back to being who they […]
France and Germany and the EU generally need to take over the leadership of NATO and work on marginalizing US and UK influence in the alliance over time. A defensive alliance among the European countries would be legitimate because those are individually small countries, and Russia has a […]
By John Waters In the culmination of a longtime plan, a global calamity of food scarcity, due to Covid measures and ‘sanctions’, will soon cause record numbers of mainly African migrants to enter Europe seeking food. In Search of ‘the White Man’s Life’ Within months, or even weeks, […]
Inveterate neoconservative and endlessly pro-war lunatic Max Boot appeared on MSNBC recently to insist that the United States get more involved in the Ukraine War, that we send Ukraine even more weapons and that Americans adopt this regional conflict as their own. Good luck hearing an anti-war voice […]
For what it’s worth, Ukraine has taken the stance that they are at war and that the threat is an existential one – which is why we’ve seen the all-hands-on-deck style approach that Ukraine has taken, along with the memes of farmers in tractors recovering damaged Russian tanks. […]
By Caitlin Johnstone The problem with anti-imperialists who spend all their time criticizing the evil US empire is that there aren’t nearly enough of them. People who respond to criticisms of the US by babbling about the misdeeds of other governments are just saying you should never criticize […]
Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave react to Ben Stiller’s visit to Ukraine.
Reporter at The American Prospect, Lee Harris, breaks down global food shortages caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Krystal and Saagar demonstrate how the media manufactures consent on wars with an eye on the differences in coverage between the Russian invasion of Ukraine and US invasion of Iraq
Krystal and Saagar respond to a speech delivered by Russian strongman Vladimir Putin at a conference where he mocked Joe Biden and the west for blaming inflation on him
Krystal and Saagar break down the Lithuanian blockage of goods flowing to the Russian baltic enclave Kaliningrad to enforce EU sanctions leading to threats of retaliation by Russia towards NATO
The first chapter of the book RADICAL PEACE: People Refusing War By William T. Hathaway RADICAL PEACE presents the experiences of war resisters, deserters, and peace activists who are working to change our warrior culture. This chapter describes helping a soldier to desert. “That must be them.” Petra […]
By Richard Hanania Why the culture war is global and there will be no insurgency in Ukraine If you want to understand where the US-Russia relationship went off the rails, I think you should start with House of Cards, Season 3, Episode 6, which aired in 2015. Bear […]
By Peter Zeihan on June 21, 2022 I decided to limit my harassment of everyone (and my staff) this past holiday weekend, but I did want to thank everyone for being so supportive of the new book, The End of the World Is Just the Beginning. It is […]
Staff writer at The Hill, Rafael Bernal, discusses the election of Colombia’s first populist leader, and how this could affect US-Colombia relations.
Krystal looks at the root causes of the populist discontent happening countries around the world from Eucador and Colombia in South America all the way to France and Australia
By Caitlin Johnstone Listen to a reading of this article: ❖ The Guardian has put out a smear piece on critics of the imperial Syria narrative that reads like propaganda made by seven year-olds without adult supervision. The article was initially released under the headline “Russia-backed network of […]
Geopolitics and Empire Dr. Lee Merritt discusses the medical technocracy and how it’s really more about 1984 than it is about medicine. The globalists used health to do an end run around the constitution and have been more successful than they’ve ever been. They’ve used the unproven point […]
Score a point for our friend Banned Hipster on this one. Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky discusses late journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s fiance’s reaction to President Biden’s upcoming trip to Saudi Arabia.
Host of the Katie Halper Show, Katie Halper, weighs in on leaked emails between commentator Paul Mason and British Intelligence agent that expose plots to target left-wing spaces, notably, The Grayzone.
By Jose Niño Geopolitics and Empire To say that the Organization of American States’ Summit of the Americas event held in Los Angeles from June 6 to June 10 was a debacle, would be an understatement. Initially, countries like Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua were banned from attending the […]
This will make Lebanon closer to Russia and Iran,
One billion is being sent every month. We have been sending them arms, training, and billions since 2014.
Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave react to President Biden’s promise to provide over $1.2 billion in security and humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
By Charlotte Forrester, Center for Political Innovation The Duchess of Sussex, Megan Markle, is rumored to run for president in 2024. Markle is a former actress and recent addition to the British Royal Family. Although “former” might be a smokescreen, as most US politicians of today are actors […]
Saagar examines how western wartime sanctions towards Russia have backfired because Putin is raking in oil profits and domestic populations are suffering from rampant inflation