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Once Upon a Time in Iraq

By Steve Brown “A Society of Sheep must in time beget a Government of Wolves” — Bertrand de Jouvenel   Stephen Hadley, former National Security Advisor to the George W Bush regime, is one of the top US Neoconservative activists. Hadley is a pro, a battle-wizened key promoter of US aggression in Iraq. Hadley applauds […]


Security Expert: US Relocating ISIS terrorists to Iraq in an Attempt to Nullify Iraqi Parliament’s Pull-Out Decision

BAGHDAD – The US forces in western Iraq are relocating ISIS ringleaders from Syria to the Wadi Houran region in western al-Anbar Province after the area was cleansed by Hashd al-Shaabi (Iraqi popular forces), an official revealed. “After the US forces prevented Iraqi forces from approaching Wadi Houran and the western desert of al-Anbar, finally, […]

PENTAGON: ‘US Made Iraq More Secure and Prosperous’ (PHOTOS)

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States Department of Defense claims that its military presence makes Iraq more “secure and prosperous”, despite calls by Iraqi lawmakers for the removal of all foreign troops from the country and growing tensions with Iran. “At this time, there are no plans by the US military to withdraw from Iraq,” Assistant […]

Tourist Visa Scam Traps Indian Workers in Abusive Jobs in UAE

ABU DHABI – Exploitative employers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are increasingly using tourist visas to hire Indian nationals in a scam that leaves migrants open to labor abuse, police and activists stated. Indian migrants on visit visas – quicker and cheaper to obtain than work permits – are wary of reporting exploitation on […]

Rights Group: US Ally Saudi Arabia Executed 184 People in 2019

RIYADH – The Medieval-like Wahhabi Kingdom of Saudi Arabia executed 184 people in 2019, the most in a calendar year in six years, human rights organization Reprieve reported, calling it a “grim milestone” for the country, known for its support of terrorism worldwide. Of the executions announced by the Saudi Press Agency last year, 88 […]

US Drone Strike Targeting Taliban Commander Kills, Injures 60 Civilians

Shindand, Herat, Afghanistan – More than 60 civilians were killed or wounded in a US drone attack targeting a top Taliban splinter-group commander in the western Afghanistan province of Herat, local officials announced. The Taliban commander, named as Mullah Nangyalay, was killed in Shindand district close to the border with Iran, Herat Provincial Governor’s Spokesman […]

OOPS: Video of Epstein’s First ‘Suicide’ Attempts ‘Accidentally’ Deleted

WASHINGTON, D.C. – United States prosecutors announced that surveillance footage taken from outside the jail cell of the late financier Jeffrey Epstein in the period surrounding his first apparent “suicide attempt” was permanently deleted “by mistake”. Officials at the Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) in downtown Manhattan “inadvertently preserved video from the wrong tier” of the […]

Japan: 3 US Soldiers Arrested for Assault and Shoplifting

TOKYO – Three US soldiers stationed in an American military base in Okinawa were arrested in separate incidents on assault and shoplifting charges, according to Japanese police. US news outlet Stars and Stripes, citing Deputy Police Chief Hirotoshi Iha’s statement, reported that Petty Officer Ricardo Alfre Monsalvogarza, 27, of US Naval Hospital Okinawa, is accused […]