Hands Off Snowden Campaign

Hands Off Snowden Campaign by Stephen Lendman Snowden acted heroically. He did so at great risk. He exposed lawless US spying. He represents a noble tradition. Others did before him. Allies do it now. Legions more are needed. Hopefully they'll be emboldened to help. Doing so exposes fascist state governance. People need to know. America's... Continue Reading →

Quelle Surprise: NSA Spies on Europe

Quelle Surprise: NSA Spies on Europe by Stephen Lendman NSA spies globally. Enormous amounts of meta-data are collected. It's been ongoing for decades. Post-9/11, it intensified. It's out-of-control today. It's lawless. It's menacing. It persists. Spying domestically isn't for national security. Nor is monitoring allies. It's about control. It's for economic advantage. It's to be... Continue Reading →

Kerry’s Shuttle Diplomacy Excludes Peace in Our Time

Kerry's Shuttle Diplomacy Excludes Peace in Our Time by Stephen Lendman America and Israel deplore peace. Claims otherwise are pretense. On June 27, Kerry arrived in Jerusalem. It was his fifth regional trip since February. He'll return. He met straightaway with Netanyahu. They talk peace. They plan war. They abhor diplomatic conflict resolution. They don't... Continue Reading →

Whistleblower Russell Tice Tells More

Whistleblower Russell Tice Tells More by Stephen Lendman Edward Snowden hopes his revelations embolden others to come forward. Tice did years earlier. He's a former Office of Naval Intelligence/Defense Intelligence Agency/NSA analyst. His career spanned 20 years. In December 2005, he accused NSA and DIA of unconstitutionally wiretapping US citizens. He got national attention, saying:... Continue Reading →

Mass Protests Rock Egypt

Mass Protests Rock Egypt by Stephen Lendman Washington engineered Hosni Mubarak's ouster. He fell from grace. He opposed Obama's regional agenda. It cost him dearly. He became more liability than asset. Mohammed Morsi replaced him. He's Washington's man in Egypt. Hard line rule continues. Morsi's its public face. Egypt's anti-democratic tradition persists. Junta power rules.... Continue Reading →

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Wrongfully Indicted

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Wrongfully Indicted by Stephen Lendman On June 27, federal grand jurors indicted him on 30 counts. They did so disgracefully. Charges include: "use of a weapon of mass destruction resulting in death and conspiracy;  bombing of a place of public use resulting in death and conspiracy;  malicious destruction of property resulting in death... Continue Reading →

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