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To Understand Iran’s 150-Year Fight, Follow the Trail of Blood and Oil
Business
To Understand Iran’s 150-Year Fight, Follow the Trail of Blood and Oil
May 23, 2020

It is clear that the current manoeuvres against Iran are not on behalf of anyone’s “security” but rather an attempt to force Iran to finally bend the knee and be reduced to a state of complete dependence.

The Financial Hysteria of America and the Bankruptcy of Western Liberalism
May 13, 2020

The storm of pandemic is already heralding the storm of financial crisis. That crisis can indeed be solved, but only by abandoning the old shibboleths, the old false gods.

The Financial Hysteria of America and the Bankruptcy of Western Liberalism
Business
For Victory Day: It’s Time to Think About Finally Winning WWII
History
For Victory Day: It’s Time to Think About Finally Winning WWII
May 9, 2020

Within the next 12 minutes, you will likely discover a disturbing fact which may frighten you a little bit: The allies never actually won World War II…

Victory Day – As Franklin Roosevelt Would Have Seen It
May 9, 2020

FDR would not have celebrated Victory Day 75 years after his death with his customary loud and generous laughter. He could only have wept.

Victory Day – As Franklin Roosevelt Would Have Seen It
History
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The Victory America Won for Fascism and Nazism After WWII
History
The Victory America Won for Fascism and Nazism After WWII
April 29, 2020

Eric Zuesse writes about the role ideology actually played in World War II, the Cold War, and plays in today’s world.

75th Anniversary of the Passing of Franklin Roosevelt
April 14, 2020

FDR is a polarizing figure even today in American politics. What exactly did the longest serving U.S. President really stand for?

75th Anniversary of the Passing of Franklin Roosevelt
Why at Least America Will Be in Another Great Depression
Business
Why at Least America Will Be in Another Great Depression
April 13, 2020

The top-down part of the bailout (the part for investors) will merely add to the wealth of the already-wealthy, while everybody else sinks financially into oblivion.

FDR’s Anti-Colonial Vision for the Post-War World: ‘As He Saw It’ Revisited
April 12, 2020

The 75th Anniversary of the passing of American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt should give the world a chance to revisit the immortal life and courage of the man whom decades of revisionism have turned into a popular aristocratic cartoon character.

FDR’s Anti-Colonial Vision for the Post-War World: ‘As He Saw It’ Revisited
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