America’s war of expansion over Mexico, backed by newspapers and politicians, has repercussions to the present day.
Democratic institutions’ support for the genocidal Suharto has been wiped from the official record.
US foreign policy has often been directed toward destroying the threat of independence.
The mainstream press have repeatedly overlooked potentially deadly issues.
The below events receive scant recognition in the mainstream news print.
Aggressive US-led military exercises continue to create an accidental risk of conflict.
Iran are becoming a deterrent to the rogues states operating in the Middle East.
Despite widely held views, American regression has long been taking place.
The United States will expand its already enormous military outlay, sending a clear message to the world.
Winston Churchill is remembered as Britain’s defiant war leader. Few recall his later attempts to defend “the Great Charter” that is Magna Carta.
The United States has repeatedly disregarded the UN Charter since its founding, leading to the superpower’s increasing isolation in global affairs.
US elites often attack Cuba for breaches of human rights, overlooking the most extreme violations that occur at the US-run Guantanamo facility.
After 1945 the US had no issues recruiting major Nazi war criminals: Men like Wehrmacht General Reinhard Gehlen and SS Captain Klaus Barbie.
Barack Obama’s time in office should be remembered for his devastating drone strikes, foreign interventions, and betrayal of African-Americans.
Governments in the West consider their own populations as entities that must be influenced and manipulated.
Each September large memorials are held for the 9/11 attacks on the US. Yet few recall the far more destructive 9/11 that occurred 28 years before.
Hurricane Harvey brings to mind the devastation of predecessors like Katrina, whose death toll would have been reduced had the Bush administration accepted Cuban doctors.
The NATO missile assault killed 16 people, yet there was no international outcry such as what followed the Charlie Hebdo attack in 2015.
ISIS and Al Qaeda simply cannot compete with Western-led forces when it comes to civilian casualties, nor the hypocrisy that follows.
The United States has a record of aiding and protecting some of the worst international terrorists since the Second World War.
European states destroying themselves with servile US obedience
The French President’s past links to IMF-connected corporations, his personal enrichment, and assaults on freedom of speech do not augur well.
Recent Iranian victories on the battlefield coupled with closer ties to China and Russia must greatly alarm the US.
United States planners are becoming increasingly desperate in sustaining access to key oil and energy resources.
Poroshenko’s government is riddled with corruption, has strong ties to far-right groups, and reportedly used chemical weapons on its own people.
Alternative news sources such as RT have come under sustained attacks.
Angela Merkel, new “leader of the free world”, strongly supported the 2003 Iraq invasion. She has no qualms today in lecturing on minority rights.
Mike Pence’s comments on what he deems as “Russian aggression” have further undermined relations with Russia.
Rather than focusing on credible issues, the corporate media continue to discredit themselves with the myth of “Russian hackers”.
From Vietnam to Venezuela, the US constantly interferes in the sovereign affairs of nations. Russia by contrast simply wants security on its borders.
It happened in 1988, but it is hardly ever mentioned in the west.
The US has been engaged in regime change for decades, including in these instances that are rarely discussed by mainstream media.