STUDY: US has killed more than 20 million people in 37 “Victim Nations” since World War II
November 27, 2015
In this report, James Lucas asks, “How many September 11ths has the United States caused in other nations since WW!!?” Answer: possibly 10,000. The U.S. is likely responsible for between 20 to 30 million (non-American) deaths, either through direct military action or proxy wars. Lucas gives a brief overview of U.S. crimes and murders in 37 of its victim nations.

Trump’s Nuclear Posture Review: Back to Armageddon
January 18, 2018
A leaked draft of the upcoming Nuclear Posture Review reveals that the Trump administration envisions a heightened role for nuclear weapons in U.S. foreign policy. It calls for doubling the amount spent on nuclear weapons, channeling hundreds of billions “into the coffers of US military contractors”.

Trump admin commits to forever war in Syria against Iran
January 18, 2018
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson laid out an incomprehensible five-point plan for Syria in a recent talk. The policy contains many contradictions and parts of it are based on flat-out falsehood (for example, the idea that Syria has “weapons of mass destruction”). It is clear that the only real goal for the State Dept. is to perpetuate instability in Syria.

Israel’s “safe zone” is creeping farther into Syria
January 23, 2018
Israel is expanding its influence into southern Syria and its involvement in the civil war. The Israeli army’s chief of staff said, “We’re pursuing several different avenues to prevent Iranian entrenchment within 30-40km of the border.” The buffer zone is also intended to perpetuate Israel’s control over the Syrian Golan Heights territory that Israel has occupied since 1967.

Two months after U.S. invaded Afghanistan, Donald Rumsfeld asked what languages are spoken there
January 25, 2018
Recently released memos of Rumsfeld provide insight into communications and thought within the Bush II administration both pre- and post- 9/11. They reveal that Rumsfeld may not have envisioned “open-ended” U.S. military operations post-9/11, and in fact expected things to “settle down”.