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Famous Columbia professor Jeffrey Sachs on Syria: We sent in the CIA in covert operations to overthrow Assad, Herland Report

Professor at Columbia, Jeffrey Sachs admits that the CIA instigated the insurgency in Syria, adressing the issue on national television in America, at the MSNBC studio, shocking the panelists. (Photo: President of Syria, Bashar al-Assad. BBC) Dr. Sachs, who is one of the most renouned US professors, said about Syria: “We have to step back and not put this in ... Read More »

Oppgjøret med medieløgnene før Libya krigen 2011 og politikerne som bidro ser ut til å utebli #NorskKorrupsjon – Lars Jørgensen, Herland Report

Libya krigen 2011 ødela Norges rykte som fredsnasjon. At vi så raskt, med Arbeiderpartiet i spissen, var villige til å bidra militært inn i en konflikt vi visste lite om, og dermed bli medansvarlige i borgerkrigen som herjer til dags dato, ble for mye for folk flest. Mange etterlyser et oppgjør med de norske politikerne som den gangen var ansvarlige, ... Read More »

Wikileaks og Judicial Watch 2014, 2015: Lekket DIA rapport betegnet Al Qaida grupper i Syria som “våre samarbeidspartnere” – Herland Report

Frem til 2015 publiserte jeg svært mange kronikker i norske aviser om Midtøsten forhold, som i ensidig grad blir fremstilt i tråd med våpenprodusentenes og de amerikanske makthavernes økonomiske interesser. Jeg mente at det ville tjene offentlighetens interesse å få større kunnskap om de reelle maktforholdene bak mediefortellingenes fasade.  Som kjent eies over 90 % av de amerikanske mediene av ... Read More »

Baffling European hypocrisy: We criticize Trump, yet long ago built our own walls – Hanne Herland, WND

The European hypocrisy when criticizing president Donald Trump’s efforts to stop illegal immigration along the US’ southern border, simply is baffling, writes historian Hanne Herland in one of America’s largest conservative news outlets, World Net Daily. The European mainstream media are tripping over themselves in copying New York Times and Washington Post attitudes of demonizing the “racist” Trump efforts to ... Read More »

US Withdrawal from Syria: What will happen next – Peter Ford, Herland Report

At the start of the year the horizon seems to be dominated by the issue of the possible withdrawal of US troops. In reality however the more important action is elsewhere. Every day that passes seems to bring fresh evidence that Trump’s decision is being walked back. But appearances can be misleading, writes former UK ambassador to Bahrain and Syria, ... Read More »

To stop wars is condemned by mainstream media now: Trump’s withdrawal from Syria, Stephen F. Cohen, Herland Report

Trump’s decision on Syria, coupled with his order to reduce US forces in Afghanistan by half, has been “condemned,” as The New York Times approvingly reported, “across the ideological spectrum,” by “the left and right.”  President Trump was wrong in asserting that the United States destroyed the Islamic State’s territorial statehood in a large part of Syria—Russia and its allies accomplished that—but he is right in proposing to ... Read More »

US pullout from Syria: Trump refuses to keep paying for the globalist imperial dream, Thierry Meyssan, Herland Report

The US withdrawal from Syria and Afghanistan, as well as the resignation of General Mattis, attest to the upheaval that is shaking the current world order. The United States are no longer the leaders, either on the economic or the military stage. They refuse to keep fighting for the sole interests of the transnational financiers. The alliances that they used ... Read More »

US Withdrawal From Syria ..? Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, Herland Report

It is quite fair to say that the US and allies have lost the proxy war in Western Syria. The White Helmets did not help. And, it is not so easy to fight the locals, as we know Afghanistan. They stay forever with remarkable Sun Tzu persistence. It is their country and have nowhere else to go. We, on the ... Read More »

The Trump Doctrine and the End of the neo-con ‘New World Order’ – Seth Frantzman, Jerusalem Post

“Setting fire to the ground,” a “major catastrophe,” bringing “new instability” are the headlines that have greeted Donald Trump’s unorthodox decisions over the past year. Withdrawing from UNESCO, moving the US Embassy, leaving the Iran deal and cutting funding to UNRWA and funding for Pakistan were seen as extreme decisions in the Middle East and around the world. Insofar as there is ... Read More »

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