American writer and investigative historian
The Trump regime is clearly hoping for an excuse to invade Iran, and if Iran blocks the Strait of Hormuz, then Trump and his friend Netanyahu will have their wish, their excuse to invade that country.
The US dollar is backed by blood — victims’ blood, the target-nations’ blood — and the dollar wouldn’t be the world’s reserve currency if it weren’t backed up ultimately by America’s military, “the policeman to the world.”
In a nation such as the United States, the constant need for new wars is being constantly driven by investors’ needs for expanding both markets and targets.
Most dictatorships have employed primarily physical coercions, but more-modern dictatorships rely mainly upon deceiving the public: they rely on lies.
When there’s a choice to be made between supporting jihadists or else to side with Russia (or any nation that’s friendly toward Russia), the American team always back the jihadists or other extremists.
Regardless of what the American system will decide, Assange faces in America a uniquely hostile public. Assange will soon be surrounded by probably the most hostile national public anywhere on this planet.
All of “Russiagate” is based on very dubious ‘evidence’. This means that the timeline, in the Mueller Report, lists some ‘events’ that did not happen, and some events that were not involved in the 2016 Presidential contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Instead of US being the international policeman, it’s the leader of the biggest international gang; it is the global leader in international gangsterism, dwarfing the Mafia.
America’s alliances reflect the interests of America’s billionaires, and that’s all. America’s military represents them, and that’s all. Today’s America is fundamentally different from FDR’s America.
The origin of The West’s hypocrisies that claim to be supporting “human rights” and “democracy”, while actually invading or overthrowing target-governments, go back at least as far as Cecil Rhodes in the late 1800s.