American writer and investigative historian
Whereas the U.S. requires other Governments to follow its instructions, and considers their own instructions to be moral demands, Russia and China and their allies reject — on principle — any country’s dictating to another.
Deceiving the public can be essential to the people who hold the real power. But, how long can it continue to succeed?
The U.S.’s future prospects, comparatively to other countries, certainly do not appear to be better in the coronavirus era than during the prior period. If anything, America’s prospects appear instead to have gotten even worse.
American exceptionalism is real. It’s not the type of exceptionalism that the regime’s propaganda claims to be the case, but nonetheless it is real.
Whatever democracy America might once have had is gone now. It has become replaced by a land of mass-deceptions, which are bought and sold.
You don’t know about it because Transparency International is funded by rich states, which they don’t want to be outshone by a third-world nation.
America’s problems are deeper than just the two stooges that America’s aristocracy hires to front for it at the ballot-boxesб Eric Zuesse writes.
The U.S. and its allies are today’s imperialistic fascists, and the U.N. can do nothing against them, Eric Zuesse writes.
Medical care is such an extreme necessity when a citizen needs it, so that they’ll pay whatever the system charges them for it — and investing in healthcare products and services is therefore enormously profitable in the United States.
People who are in denial about coronavirus-reality avoid these numbers like the plague. Perhaps they do that because, to their libertarian ideology, these numbers are “the plague.”