A Message From A Human Rights Activist & Journalist In Yemen To The Citizens Of The United States

This letter was written to me by Yemeni journalist and activist Hamed Albukhiti and was published with his permission. This letter was translated from Arabic to English the original text is in full at the end of this page. There have been five years of American aggression on Yemen, five years of deals to sell … Continue reading A Message From A Human Rights Activist & Journalist In Yemen To The Citizens Of The United States

Journalist Max Blumenthal Arrested For Thoughtcrimes

The award-winning writer and founder of the adversarial news site The Grayzone, journalist, and best-selling author Max Blumenthal had his apartment swarmed by D.C police who pounded on his door and demanded that he open it, or it will be broken down. Max admitted to journalist and comedian Jimmy Dore that he was debating in … Continue reading Journalist Max Blumenthal Arrested For Thoughtcrimes

The Houthis Use Ten Drones Destabilize The PetroDollar As The World Falsely Blames Iran

On Saturday, September 14, there was an attack on the Saudi Aramco facility in Abqaiq. This facility is host to the Master Gas System the world's largest single hydrocarbon network with 288 trillion square feet of oil reserves.  Oil from the world's largest offshore oil field, the Safaniya Oil Field and the world's largest onshore … Continue reading The Houthis Use Ten Drones Destabilize The PetroDollar As The World Falsely Blames Iran

91,600 Killed in Yemen Conflict As Congress Seeks To End Arms Sales & US Involvement In The War In Yemen

The death toll in Yemen has reached over 91,600 according to the Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED). The ACLED records that 4,500 direct civilian targeting events resulted in 11,700 recorded civilian fatalities since the US-Saudi led coalition invaded Yemen in 2015. Around 67% of all reported civilian fatalities since 2015 have been … Continue reading 91,600 Killed in Yemen Conflict As Congress Seeks To End Arms Sales & US Involvement In The War In Yemen

Largest Protest In Sudan’s History As The People Of Sudan Demand A Civilian-led Government

There have been protests rocking Sudan since December 19th, of last year. Omar al-Bashir's poor leadership led to Sudan's dire economic situation, forcing food prices to rise, and citizens to rebel. It took five months of protest which led to over 50 people killed and hundreds more being injured before Omar al-Bashir was ousted from … Continue reading Largest Protest In Sudan’s History As The People Of Sudan Demand A Civilian-led Government

569 Overworked Election Workers Die During Indonesia’s Election Process

General Elections were held across Indonesia last month where for the first time in the country's history the President, the Vice President, all members of the People's Consultative Assembly and local legislative bodies were elected on the same day. There were 193 million eligible voters in Indonesia voting at 800,000 polling stations for over 245,000 candidates running for 20,000 … Continue reading 569 Overworked Election Workers Die During Indonesia’s Election Process

Condemning Assange Condones The War Crimes He Exposed

Most of the people applauding the arrest and imprisonment of journalist Julian Assange are either still salty about Hillary Clinton losing to Donald Trump or were directly implicated in leaks published by Wikileaks. Obama officials like Michael Hayden, James Clapper John Brennan, and Jim Schuto who now have primetime spots on network news channels to … Continue reading Condemning Assange Condones The War Crimes He Exposed