Author Archive | Stephen Lendman


Most Americans Consider Trump a Witch-Hunt Victim

According to a June 19 – 21 Harvard-Harris poll conducted among 2,258 registered US voters, 62% of respondents answered “yes” when asked: “Do you think there exists a campaign to delegitimize President Trump and his administration or not?” 87% of Republicans think so, 63% of independents, even 40% of Democrats. The daily media-proliferated anti-Trump drumbeat, […]

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US Relocating ISIS Terrorists

In war theaters where ISIS operates, America supports the scourge it pretends to oppose, along with al-Nusra and other terrorist groups. An often used tactic involves relocating ISIS fighters from one area to another – last year from Mosul to Syria, currently from Raqqa to elsewhere in the country. According to Fars News, “US-led forces […]

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Western Media Disinformation on Mosul

A neocon/CIA-connected Washington Post report is one of numerous examples. It lied, claiming America’s defeat (sic) of ISIS in Mosul shows how it how it can succeed militarily in the Middle East. In numerous articles on Mosul, I discussed US aggression, Pentagon terror-bombing, indiscriminately massacring countless thousands of civilians, blasting Iraq’s second largest city to […]

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Trump Wants Funding for Iraq and Syria Bases

[image:]US combat forces came to both countries to stay – flagrantly illegal in Syria, likely approved by pro-Western puppet rule in Iraq, devastating for the people of both countries. US Operation Inherent Resolve was established to support ISIS and other terrorist groups, not combat the former as claimed. According to its commander General Stephen […]

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The Big Lie Claiming Russia Aided Trump’s Candidacy Persists

[image: © Reuters / Sputnik]Lies repeated often enough get most people to believe them, especially when regularly featured in so-called news reports. From the time Trump announced his candidacy in mid-June 2015, The NYT has been his lead antagonist, providing press agent services to Hillary throughout the campaign. Its relentless attacks on Trump continued post-election […]

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Peace Not an Option for Washington

For Republican and Democrat administrations alike, peace is abhorrent – notably since the neoliberal 90s, especially post-9/11. Enemies don’t exist so they’re invented, Washington’s geopolitical strategy to justify unjustifiable naked aggression – unaccountable high crimes against peace in all instances. When the Soviet Union dissolved in 1991, Muslims replaced communists as America’s enemy of choice. […]

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Xi Jinping Meets with Trump

President Trump welcomed President Xi at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida on Thursday [image: Carlos Barria/Reuters] China and America are largely world’s apart on ways to resolve differences between them, including major geopolitical issues. Beijing urges diplomatic outreach with Pyongyang and cessation of provocative US/South Korean military exercises the DPRK believes are preparations for war […]

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Faking Russian US Election Meddling

[image:] The discredited canard should have been consigned to history’s dustbin long ago. Yet it persist, scoundrel media disinformation continuing to claim what never happened. No Russian or any other hacking occurred, no foreign interference of any kind in America’s 2016 election, or any others. The New York Times criticized Trump’s acceptance of Putin’s […]

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US-Supported Terrorists Plan More CW Attacks in Syria

A civil defence member breathes through an oxygen mask, after what rescue workers described as a suspected gas attack in the town of Khan Sheikhoun in rebel-held Idlib, Syria April 4, 2017. [image: REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah] Washington wants endless war and regime change in Syria. It wants pro-Western puppet governance replacing sovereign Syrian independence. Along with […]

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Will America Attack North Korea?

(image: Zero Hedge) War on the Korean peninsula would be catastrophic if launched. Defense Secretary Mattis said it “would be probably the worst kind of fighting in most people’s lifetimes.” No precedent exists for trying to destroy a nation’s nuclear capability by military means. The possibility of nukes detonating on the Korean peninsula should deter […]

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