21WIRE | A review of all the Top Stories from this week – for your consideration.
Jay Dyer | The war image perfectly serves the neoconservative agenda for supporting ISIS and demonizing Russia.
21WIRE | Is an international threat required to maintain peace at home?
Jay Dyer | Lecture 3 of my series on the entirety of Quigley’s Tragedy and Hope takes us into the period of the Bolshevik Revolution and the rise of Stalinism, as well as the rise of Hitler and the Nazis.
21WIRE | Is a war against Assad approaching?
21WIRE | 30 more years of war? There is no end in sight.
21WIRE | Russia now has serious concerns about Turkey’s actions on its border with Syria.
21WIRE + CrossTalk | When an event does not fit the West’s narrative, it is entirely ignored.
21WIRE + RT | Is something big on the Horizon?
Dissenting Voice | The Nobel Peace Prize is not a ‘do-good’ prize, not a human rights or environmental prize and not a pro-war prize.
21WIRE + RT | A disastrous misappropriation of funds under the bank bailouts has left technological development by the wayside.
21st Century Wire | The proxy war in Syria is a shell game created by the West.
Al Arabiya | President Barack Obama’s administration continues to plan for various scenarios in Syria, it remains wary of an intervention that could mire America in a proxy war.
StratRisks | Since the beginning of military operations in Mali, the United States still strongly doubted the capacity of the forces of the ECOWAS
The Guardian | Up to 600 people from 14 European countries have taken part in fighting since 2011, finds King’s College study
Patrick Henningsen | No run on the banks today, but the people begin to talk about what’s going to happen next…
The Telegraph | North Korea claimed its people were “burning with hatred” for the US after Washington confirmed it had flown B-2 stealth bomber “deterrence” missions over South Korea.
David Swanson | If you talk to non-sociopathic teachers, you learn that the sort of “teaching” sold by our museums has a horrible impact on students’ minds.
Al Arabiya | France’s intervention in northern Mali against Islamist extremists has disrupted the supply of cocaine to Europe.
The Daily Star | Syria will no longer accept attacks on its territory from across the border with Lebanon