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Online Digest, # 19 / 2021

Peru General Election Campaign: Tight Race Between Left and Right

Peru General Election Campaign: Tight Race Between Left and Right
by Ron Ridenour

While there is no “indigenous identity” third candidate in Peru’s June 6 run-off, the two candidates remaining are as far apart as Lasso and Arauz. The winner will assume the presidency on July 28.
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Pentagon’s UFO PsyOps Fuel Russia, China War Risk

Pentagon’s UFO PsyOps Fuel Russia, China War Risk
by Finian Cunningham

The stoking of UFO controversy appears to be a classic psyops perpetrated by U.S. military intelligence for the objective of population control, Finian Cunningham writes.
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U.S. Cyber Army Revelations Make Mockery of Accusations against Russia

U.S. Cyber Army Revelations Make Mockery of Accusations against Russia
In conjunction with the Pentagon’s cyber army, the whole realm of Western accusations against Russia is a mockery of their own guilt-projection.
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Britain Rolls Out the Red Carpet for Dr. Karadzic (Well, Not Quite)

Britain Rolls Out the Red Carpet for Dr. Karadzic (Well, Not Quite)
by Stephen Karganovic

In the course of his continually improving cross-examinations, Karadzic managed to deliver quite a few blows to the prosecution’s (or the Tribunal’s, since they are inseparably merged) case.
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Some Simple Lies Out of Washington: Who Is the Terrorist and Who Is the Victim?

Some Simple Lies Out of Washington: Who Is the Terrorist and Who Is the Victim?
by Philip Giraldi

There is no American interest that is served by allowing Israelis to kill Palestinians, Phil Giraldi writes.
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The Strategy Session, Episode 18

The Strategy Session, Episode 18
by Strategic Podcast

How did the mercurial Recep Erdogan get himself into the military geopolitical wrangle that he’s in both with the Pentagon and Russia? Tim and Joaquin discuss Martin Jay’s article.
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Beijing, the Five Eyes or Something Else? Who’s to Blame for the COVID Pandemic?

Beijing, the Five Eyes or Something Else? Who’s to Blame for the COVID Pandemic?
by Matthew Ehret

The oligarchy running the Trans Atlantic System certainly loves the centralized control found in the Chinese system, and they adore the behaviorist social credit stuff, but it that is where the admiration ends, Matt Ehret writes.
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And Just Like That, the Mask Mandate Ended

And Just Like That, the Mask Mandate Ended
by Joaquin Flores

“Unless we put Medical Freedom into the Constitution, the time will come when medicine will organize into an undercover dictatorship.”
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America’s Worthless Values

America’s Worthless Values
by Finian Cunningham

“Everyone, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex persons, deserves to live in dignity,” the State Department pontificates. Everyone? How about Palestinians?
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The Tightening of the NATO Noose

The Tightening of the NATO Noose
by Brian Cloughley

NATO’s military noose round Russia’s borders is being tightened in order to force Moscow to react to surging provocation, Brian Cloughley writes.
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America’s Crumbling Infrastructure: Transit

America’s Crumbling Infrastructure: Transit
by Strategic Infographics

Every four years the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) measures the conditions of bridge, water and transportation infrastructure within the US and publishes its findings through the Infrastructure Report Card. In 2021, America’s Cumulative Infrastructure Grade is C-, that is worse than “mediocre”. Transit got a D- grade.
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The Strategy Session, Episode 17

The Strategy Session, Episode 17
by Strategic Podcast

The shift of paradigm centred on the U.S. pivot away from West Asia naturally impacts on Iran’s JCPOA calculus, Alastair Crooke writes. Tim and Joaquin discuss his article.
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Watching the Tree to Catch a Hare

Watching the Tree to Catch a Hare
by Alastair Crooke

This American lacuna is not confined to Iran. The world has changed decisively, yet America seems to be pursuing its policies of yesteryear.
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U.S. And Its Allies Try to Split the World in Two

U.S. And Its Allies Try to Split the World in Two
by Eric Zuesse

America is using its post-WWII position of being the world’s hegemon, so as to compel every other nation either to join them (as a banana republic or vassal nation) or else to become their enemy by destroying them.
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In London, a Kangaroo Court Ambush Is Being Set for China

In London, a Kangaroo Court Ambush Is Being Set for China
by Stephen Karganovic

Xinjiang is seen in a pivotal strategic role on the Great Chessboard. That most certainly is not because of possible human rights abuses that might be occurring there, if indeed they are, but for entirely different, hard-nosed geopolitical reasons.
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EU Has a New Crisis. A Frenchman Called Michel Barnier Who Has Held It to Hostage

EU Has a New Crisis. A Frenchman Called Michel Barnier Who Has Held It to Hostage
by Martin Jay

It might well be Michel Bernier who emerges as a veiled presidential anti-EU runner in France’s presidential elections in 2022.
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