2021-11-25: News Headlines

Jeremy Kuzmarov (2021-11-25). Prestigious weaponry expert censored after demonstrating that a deadly poison gas attack—blamed on the Syrian government—was really a false-flag operation by U.S.-funded terrorists. mronline.org Theodore Postol, a physicist with a Ph.D. in nuclear engineering, he is Professor Emeritus of Science, Technology, and International Security at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a former top policy adviser to the chief of naval operations.

Staff (2021-11-24). Headlines for November 24, 2021. democracynow.org Jury Finds "Unite the Right" Organizers Responsible for Deadly Violence, House Cmte Subpoenas Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers Over Jan. 6 Insurrection, Georgia Jury Deliberates For Second Day In Murder Trial of Men Who Killed Ahmaud Arbery, Kevin Strickland Exonerated and Freed 43 Years After He Was Wrongfully Convicted by All-White Jury, Ethiopian State TV: Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Has Gone to Battlefront in Escalating Conflict, Chun Doo Hwan, U.S.-Backed, Ex-Military Dictator in South Korea, Has Died, Portugal Shutters Last Coal-Fired Plant, U.S. and Other Nations To Tap Oil Reserves In Attempt To Lower Consum…

Amy Goodman (2021-11-24). Dems and GOP Fight About Domestic Spending — But Not About Huge Military Budgets. truthout.org As Democrats in Congress struggle to pass the $1.75 trillion Build Back Better Act, there is large bipartisan consensus in the U.S. Congress to spend over $7 trillion over the next 10 years in military spending. The United States spends more each year on defense than China, Russia, India, the U.K., Germany, France, Japan, South Korea, and Australia combined. "Democrats have to engage in theater about human rights and international law and due process, but they ultimately, at the end of the…

Staff (2021-11-24). "The War Party": Jeremy Scahill on How U.S. Militarism Unifies Democrats & Republicans. democracynow.org As Democrats in Congress struggle to pass the $1.75 trillion Build Back Better Act, there is large bipartisan consensus in the U.S. Congress to spend over $7 trillion over the next 10 years in military spending. The United States spends more each year on defense than China, Russia, India, the U.K., Germany, France, Japan, South Korea, and Australia combined. "Democrats have to engage in theater about human rights and international law and due process, but they ultimately, at the end of the day, are just as aggressive as Republicans," says investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill of the Intercept. His most recent p…

_____ (2021-11-24). A Chronicle of the Pre-election Race in ROK: Democrats Made Up their Mind, But… journal-neo.org The author continues his series of articles on the presidential race in South Korea, as both camps have made up their minds as to the leading candidates. On 31 August 2021, the ruling Toburo Democratic Party launched a campaign to elect its candidate for the 2022 presidential election. 11 rounds of preliminary regional elections were …

Staff (2021-11-24). US issues veiled threat over Iran's nuclear program. rt.com Ahead of the US-Iran nuclear talks in Vienna, the American envoy said Washington will not "sit idly" if Tehran chooses to stall the talks and advance its atomic program to the point it's "too close" to a working weapon. | "We're prepared to get back into the deal and to lift all of the sanctions that are inconsistent with the deal. So if Iran wants to get back into the deal, it has a way to do that," the State Department's special envoy for Iran, Robert Malley, told NPR on Tuesday. | If Iran doesn't wish to return to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), "if it continues to do what it appears to be d…

Medea Benjamin (2021-11-24). The High Stakes of the U.S.-Russia Confrontation Over Ukraine. zcomm.org Risking a nuclear holocaust to appease the military-industrial complex is as insane as destroying the climate and the natural world to appease the fossil fuel industry…

Jorge E. Macías Jaramillo (2021-11-24). Oportunidad para logar el necesario desarme nuclear mundial. globalizacion.ca En mi condición de ciudadano panameño crecí con el lema escrito en el escudo de mi país "Pro mundi beneficio" (Para beneficio del mundo). Desde pequeño aprendí y conviví la amistad, el respeto, la convivencia pacífica entre los ciudadanos y…

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