Category: Opinions and Debates

Marching to war with Iran

THE CLOCK IS TICKING: “Shadow War” Heating Up. War With Iran: A Provocation Away? by Tom Burghardt, Global Research, Dec. 5, 2011 Amid conflicting reports that a huge explosion at Iran’s uranium conversion facility in Isfahan occurred last week, speculation…

Libyan slaughter – a warning to Africa

If the Libyan war was about saving lives, it was a catastrophic failure NATO claimed it would protect civilians in Libya, but delivered far more killing. It’s a warning to the Arab world and Africa By Seumas Milne, The Guardian,…

Canadian vets Occupy on Remembrance Day

By Elizabeth Littlejohn, rabble.ca, Nov. 17, 2011   I have seen the best and worst of humanity. I’ve seen countries that no longer exist. I have seen war, ethnic cleansing, and real revolution. I have seen the death and destruction…

Reframing Remembrance Day

By Jason Kunin, rabble.ca, November 11, 2011 As we honour today the men and women who have fought and died in uniform, it is important that our remembrance of them not be taken as an endorsement of war or a…

Washington’s black ops against Iran

Extensive range of covert operations envisaged by US Congress by Dr. Ismail Salami, Global Research, Oct. 30, 2011 The US secret agenda for tightening its vice-like grip on the Islamic Republic of Iran has taken on an apparently new form…