By Chris Kanthan Although the Syrian war is almost over, many Americans still don’t understand what transpired over the last seven years, because the mainstream narrative has been an embarrassing mix of propaganda, half-truths and lies. Three versions of the conflict are presented here and the reader can choose the one that makes the most…Read more
Bradley Manning discovered sick war crimes and human torture and reported it to Wikileaks. In early 2000’s when Bradley Manning discovered human torture, he did not know how to digest it, or take it, and it was not about protecting any particular country, it was about all sides losing at war, and the destruction of lives,…Read more
The Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA) recently told Reuters that more than 4.8 million people in Vietnam have been exposed to the herbicide and over 3 million of them have been suffering from deadly diseases. Agent Orange was one of many herbicides used by the U.S. military as a weapon during the Vietnam…Read more & photos
KRISEN I SYRIEN – Syriens politiska medierådgivare säger krisen i Syrien exponerat Västs agenda att plundra Syrien på landets naturtillgångar. Inlägget Bouthaina Shaaban: Krisen i Syrien visar Västs ambition att plundra dök först upp på NewsVoice…..Läs mera & video
The “White Helmets” organization acting in Syria is hailed as heroes in some countries, and the West provides millions of dollars to these so-called saviors. However, residents of Aleppo (Syria) claim that “White Helmets” care only about money and saving rebels, but not civilians. People from Fua and Kafraya confirm allegiance of “White Helmets” to world recognized terrorist organizations like Jabhat an-Nusra or Al-Qaeda and testimony “White Helmets” participation in public executions. The videos that this organization produces are astounding Internet-users all over the world.
The briefing, according to the speakers, is designed to give “a clear view on what is the real agenda of these Hollywood so called “first responders” who received an Oscar for their performance”.
The European Parliament has renewed its calls for a EU wide embargo on arms sales to Saudi Arabia over war crimes it has committed in Yemen.
EU lawmakers overwhelmingly voted in favor of a resolution on Thursday to back an embargo and also slammed EU members for authorizing weapons sales to the Gulf kingdom.
Meanwhile, UK prime minister Theresa May visited the Kingdom the day before pledged to build a close relationship with the regime.
RT reports: The EU parliament “condemns in the strongest terms the ongoing violence in Yemen and all attacks against civilians and civilian infrastructure, which constitute war crimes,” the resolution passed on Thursday says. It goes on to say that “dozens of Saudi-led airstrikes have been blamed for indiscriminately killing and wounding civilians in violation of the laws of war, including through the use of internationally banned cluster munitions.”
The document particularly says that the European lawmakers “deplore” the blockade of Yemen established by the Saudi-led coalition and specifically condemns “the indiscriminate coalition-led airstrikes leading to civilian casualties, including children, and destruction of civilian and medical infrastructure.” It adds that they equally condemn the actions of the Houthi rebels resulting in civilian casualties, including the missile attacks on the Saudi cities.
The MEPs then renewed their call on the EU foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, to launch “an initiative to impose an EU arms embargo against Saudi Arabia” in the view of the serious allegations of it committing war crimes in Yemen. The motion, which is, however, non-binding, was adopted by a vast majority as 539 MEPs supported it while only 13 of them voted against and 81 abstained.
Greetings Friends, it is I KejRaj(KayRy). Today we wish to bring up something that is hardly ever mentioned in America. Something that a great deal was done for to keep it away from public attention.
In this so called great nation of America, not a day goes by where you don’t hear people talking about the rights they think they have or do not have, that are being taken away from them by the minute. The talk on the issue of rights comes from all the different ethnicities in America today, from those with different religious beliefs, cultural backgrounds and so on. But we all must learn that simply ‘talking’ about our rights will not keep those in power from taking away the rest of what we have.
One group of people who’s rights and lives were taken, homes burnt, families, millions of adults and children slaughtered. A group of people who’s world was destroyed. The few that remain their voices are not heard, they have long been silenced. These people do not matter to anyone in today’s America, for if they did, things would be different, better for them and for all the rest of us. These people were the victims of genocide, the victims of the Original Holocaust, the Native American Holocaust, where over one hundred million were killed in America and Canada alone.