How the US Intends To Spread Their GM Poisonous Crops Around the World

(© AP Images) U.S. farmers feed the world By Mary Jane Maxwell  - Oct 13, 2017 (State Dept./J. Maruszewski) American farmers are selling more of their crops to the rest of the world than ever before in the history of U.S. agriculture. “Today, America’s farmers feed not only our nation, but millions of people around... Continue Reading →

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UN warns to blacklist firms working in lands occupied by Israel: Report

The photo shows a construction site for the Israeli settlement of Kiryat Arba, east the West Bank town of al-Khalil on August 24, 2017. (By AFP) The United Nations human rights office has reportedly threatened to blacklist nearly 150 Israeli and international companies for operating in the Israeli occupied territories, including the West Bank, East... Continue Reading →

‘The Palestine Exception’: War on BDS is now a war on American democracy

by Ramzy Baroud Image of protesters supporting the BDS movement outside Downing Street during Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to the UK on September 9 2016 There is something immoral in Washington D.C., and its consequences can be dire for many people, particularly for the health of US democracy. The US government is declaring war on the Palestinian... Continue Reading →

Putin: Russia Has Proof the US Government ‘Made Hurricanes with Machines’

Russian President Vladimir Putin exposes conspiracy to create 'natural' disasters By: Jay Greenberg   Russia's President Vladimir Putin has claimed that Russian satellites have captured evidence that the recent spate of hurricanes that have devastated the US and surrounding nations, was engineered by people working inside the United States Government. Speaking ahead of his meeting... Continue Reading →

Guantanamo is easily the biggest violator of human rights

US elites often attack Cuba for breaches of human rights, overlooking the most extreme violations that occur at the US-run Guantanamo facility. by SHANE QUINN The Guantanamo military prison, in south-eastern Cuba, has violated human rights at will since established by US President George W. Bush in 2002 – during his administration’s declared war against terrorism.... Continue Reading →

Chip off the old block: Trump’s threats at UNGA echo those of his predecessors

© Reuters Words of a US president should not be taken lightly, as they can be followed by actions that have far-reaching consequences, as did Barack Obama’s declarations on Libya and Syria, and George W. Bush’s famous speech on the ‘Axis of Evil.’ Having called North Korean leader Kim Jong-un “Rocket man on a suicide mission,” US... Continue Reading →

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