Afghanistan opium harvest at record high as Nato withdraws
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime said opium production was up by 17% since last year.
by BBC
Russia, Islam and the New World Order
US and NATO countries are already falling apart.
by Petr Lvov

Germany can deny benefits to jobless EU migrants, court rules
David Cameron’s office says European court of justice ruling vindicates his moves to restrict benefits to EU migrants.
by Philip Oltermann, Rowena Mason
The US and China Just Announced a Huge Deal on Climate—and It's a Game Changer
The surprise agreement aims to double the pace of carbon pollution reduction in the United States.
by Tim McDonnell and James West

Exorcisms Are On The Rise: Priests Point To Growing Fascination With The Occult
“There has been a greater demand for people to call and talk to exorcists…”
by Zoe Mintz
For Armistice Day, Ron Paul on the Federal Reserve’s Role in Financing US Militarism
Money issue and the ability of our government to wage war are intricately related.
by Adam Dick

Depopulation vaccine in Kenya and beyond
Kenya’s Catholic bishops are charging two United Nations organizations with sterilizing millions of girls and women.
by Jon Rappoport
Republicans to Obama: We Will Give You Trade Promotion Authority
Politicians plot nightmarish world government “trade” deal.
by Christian Gomez


The West is silent as Libya falls into the abyss
West intervened in somebody else’s civil war and tried to dictate who won.
by Patrick Cockburn
Iran’s “Nuclear Threat” Bolsters Israel’s Imperialist Domination In The Middle East
Promotion of oblivion when it comes to Palestinian rights, territory and self-determination.
by Ramona Wadi

Neo-Cons and Corporate Fascists for Hong Kong Democracy?
NED has left a trail of destruction, war, subversion, division, and chaos everywhere it has gone.
by Tony Cartalucci
In violent Venezuela, bulletproof everything
Nearly four kidnappings per week, 65 people a day die violent deaths…
by Patricia Clarembaux

Presidential Crimes: Then And Now
Many Americans regard the White House as the lair of a powerful being who can snap his fingers and make things happen.
by Paul Craig Roberts
Moral Hazard and Socialism in Collective Security Agreements
Destructive economic forces at work in NATO expansion.
by Patrick Barron

Europe has 421 million fewer birds than it did 30 years ago
Population crash related to modern farming methods and loss and damage of habitats, according to study.
by AFP
Weather Channel Founder: Man-Made Global Warming is ‘Baloney’
“Science isn’t a vote, science is about facts.”
by Patrick Goodenough