The Myth of the ‘War on Terrorism’

by Justin Raimondo, July 13, 2016   Remember “We’re fighting them over there so we don’t have to fight them over here”? That was the justification for the worldwide war on terrorism the Bush administration trumpeted in the early days… Continue Reading

The West’s First Jihad Experiment

By NADEEM F. PARACHA. Published in Dawn, Sunday Magazine, May 29th, 2016 In his 2005 book, America and Unrest in the Muslim World, veteran ideologue of the Jamaat-i-Islami (JI), Professor Khurshid Ahmad, wrote that the policy of siding with Western powers… Continue Reading

Clinton Email Shows US Sought Syria Regime Change for Israel’s Sake

by Jason Ditz on March 21, 2016 It is rare for a succinct foreign policy platform paper to so fully encapsulate a candidate’s thinking process. A policy paper sent to Hillary Clinton, available on WikiLeaks, lays out the Democratic front-runner’s… Continue Reading

The U.S. Middle East Killing Racket

by Jacob G. Hornberger March 11, 2016 Consider the following two headlines during the past three weeks: “U.S. Strike Kills ‘150 al-Shabaab Terrorists’ in Somalia” (March 7, The Telegraph) “49 Killed in U.S. Airstrike Targeting Terrorists in Libya” (February 20, CNN) The reason for… Continue Reading

Christmas 2015 – Why There Is No Peace On Earth

by David Stockman – December 25, 2015 After the Berlin Wall fell in November 1989 and the death of the Soviet Union was confirmed two years later when Boris Yeltsin courageously stood down the red army tanks in front of Moscow’s White House, a dark era… Continue Reading