Some believe that Soviet anti-American political cartoons are not outdated even today... The U.S. is squeezing its NATO partners to the last drop. “Daily hours-long TV propaganda of violence, cruelty and filth is poisoning the souls of the Western youth, and is significantly contributing to an increase in crime in the capitalist states.” “Washington’s dove of peace. Although they are sneakily disguising it, they will not hide its sleazy gut!” “How the U.S. imagines the U.K.: Attention!” The U.S. is coming to Europe with the “American way of life.” The cartoon shows how Radio Liberty and Radio Free Europe under CIA instructions sing about provocations, slander, sabotage and incitement. “Myth and reality” “Phrases (peace, protection, disarmament) and… bases” “A history of American civilization: A human in an animal skin and… an animal in human skin” While the speaker in the … [Read more...] about How Soviet propaganda mocked the U.S., NATO and the CIA
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Guests: Mark Sleboda - International Relations & Security Analyst | CIA Spy Exfiltrated from Russia, Facebook/Google Interference in Russian Elections Patrick Henningsen - Journalist & Founder of 21stCenturyWire.com | CHAOS in Parliament Over Brexit Andrew Pollack - Author of 'Why Meadow Died' and Father of Parkland Victim | 'Why Meadow Died' - Father of Parkland Victim Meadow Pollack On What Lead to Her Death Larry Johnson - Former CIA Analyst | Comey, the 2020 Election Cycle, and the CIA's Russian Spy Bob Schlehuber - Producer for 'By Any Means Necessary' | What's ACTUALLY Happening in Hong Kong? A New York Times article broke last night about a CIA informant, Russia, and the 2016 elections. International relations and security analyst Mark Sleboda discusses the story and the significance of Facebook and Google in other elections. Later on the show, former CIA Analyst, Larry Johnson discusses the same article as well as what may happen to Comey. Parliament … [Read more...] about Who Was the CIA Informant Pulled Out of Russia?
John Wight has written for a variety of newspapers and websites, including the Independent, Morning Star, Huffington Post, Counterpunch, London Progressive Journal, and Foreign Policy Journal. The US and the Taliban, we are led to believe, are close to agreeing a deal that would see the withdrawal of all US and NATO forces from Afghanistan. The question is though, will it? First some context, beginning with the fact that the tortured history of this landlocked country, whose geographic location as a land bridge between Central Asia and the Middle East, and in modern times also as a potentially vital energy bridge, entitles the Afghan people to believe that they are uniquely cursed. The inordinate price they have been forced to pay since the US-backed Mujahadeen overran the country in the early nineties, all the way up to now at the end of 18 years of US/NATO attacks, occupation, and the propping up of a series of corrupt governments in Kabul, should be inscribed on the … [Read more...] about Whatever the CIA’s been up to in Afghanistan it’s nothing good
Wales politics By David Deans BBC News 23 July 2019 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-politics-49073532 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Related TopicsConservative Party leadership contest The question of who is to lead the … [Read more...] about Tory leadership: The view from Wales
Tehran, Iran (CNN)Iran has detained 17 Iranian citizens accused of acting as spies for the United States Central Intelligence Agency, according to the country's Ministry of Intelligence. An Intelligence Ministry document sent to CNN claims Iran had broken up a CIA spying ring and captured 17 suspects, all of whom confessed to acting as spies for the CIA. "Defendants serving their sentences in prison mentioning tempting promises of CIA officers including emigration to USA, a proper job in America, and money," the Intelligence Ministry document said. It added that the spy mission was to collect classified information "from substantial centers as well as intelligence/technical operations." The Ministry said some of the 17 will be executed. Trump and the Ayatollah: The odd couple The announcement comes amid a standoff between Tehran and Western powers following President Donald Trump's 2018 decision to withdraw from the nuclear deal and reimpose sanctions on Iran, and an … [Read more...] about Iran detains 17 citizens accused of spying for the CIA