Tag Archives : Middle East


General Wesley Clark

Gen. Wesley Clark: ‘ISIS Got Started With Funding From Our Closest Allies’

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute February 20, 2015   Gen. Wesley Clark: ‘ISIS Got Started With Funding From Our Closest Allies’   Many remember General Wesley Clark as the man who almost started World War III by ordering the British to fire on Russian peacekeepers who landed in the Kosovo capital, Pristina, before the […]


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Will New US Training Program Produce More ISIS Fighters in Syria?

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute January 17, 2015   Will New US Training Program Produce More ISIS Fighters in Syria?   US involvement in Iraq War 3.0 was initially sold as a limited, humanitarian rescue operation to save members of a religious minority the administration claimed were threatened by ISIS’s long march through northern […]


The Airwaves Are Still Heaving With Spin Two Days After US Airstrikes Against Syria

By Sharmine Narwani September 25, 2014   The Airwaves Are Still Heaving With Spin Two Days After US Airstrikes Against Syria   This US-engineered Coalition is in for some surprises. With few common goals, it has thrust itself into battle against the most determined players in the region and beyond. The airwaves are still heaving […]

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All The Presidents Bankers

Gateway Policies: ISIS, Obama and US Financial Boots-on-the-Ground

By Nomi Prins NomiPrins.com September 25, 2014 Gateway Policies: ISIS, Obama and US Financial Boots-on-the-Ground   President Obama’s neo-Cold War is not about ideology or respect for borders. It is about money and global power. The current battle over control of gateway nations – strategic locations in which private firms can establish the equivalent of […]