Jamal Khashoggi was living in exile from Saudi Arabia and was a resident of the United States. Just this year, Jamal was brought on as a contributor to the Washington Post which is powerhouse publication in D.C. Jamal spoke out frequently against Mohammad Bin Salman and called him a fake reformer, he wrote and published … Continue reading Don’t Let The Crown Prince Of Fake Reforms Silence Jamal Khashoggi
Fighting in Myanmar began in what is known as the post-independence period of 1948, and continues to this day, in what is dubbed the world's longest-running civil war. Violence in the region became increasingly brutal in August of 2017 as Myanmar's military carried out acts of arson on Rohingya villages, mass-killings of the Rohingya people, … Continue reading Are Jade & Oil Fueling Conflicts In Myanmar?
For seventeen years we have been told that the war in Afghanistan is a war to avenge 9/11 and defeat the Taliban. In 2001 shortly after the attacks of 9/11, a conscious decision was made to start brainwashing Americans to fear that terrorism is all around us much like the Red-Scare in the 1980's, they … Continue reading Oh, How Warmongers Lie – The War For Minerals In Afghanistan
painted by Wissam Al Jazairy Recently it seemed the entire world was focused on Idlib Province in Syria which was the scene of a dramatic event involving five superpowers lockstep in a real-life game of Risk. Adding to the tension was the roughly 800,000 citizens who call Idlib home along with an estimated 80,000 rebel … Continue reading Pipelines, Proxy Wars & Propaganda
A startling new report from Save the Children states that an estimated 590,000 children in war-zones will die from malnutrition as they are expected to not receive treatment. Save the Children hypothesized that there are 4.5 million children under the age of 5 that need treatment for life-threatening malnutrition in some of the most war-torn … Continue reading Nearly 600,000 Children At Risk Of Death From Hunger In War Zones
After the first World War, the League of Nations divided territory formerly under the rule of the Ottoman Empire into mandates. These mandates would be controlled by the British and French under the supervision of the newly established League of Nations. Syria and Lebanon were to be controlled by the French while the British controlled … Continue reading Disappearing Palestine Part 2
The Democratic National Committee recently passed a rule that would prevent superdelegates from casting votes in the first round of voting. The DNC claims they are trying to provide voters a "transparent" election process. Transparency in our election process would include the DNC informing the public of a rule passed by the DNC in secret, … Continue reading The Democrats Feigned Changes Underscore The Need For A People’s Party