by Jonathan Azaziah
Anyone who thinks that the resolution just passed at the UN Security Council “against” the usurping Zionist entity is a good thing, really needs to wake up and smell the malignant Jewish supremacist tumor. Because if anyone actually *****READ***** the piece-of-shit resolution–yes, piece-of-shit is what it should be labeled as, for it is the most academically and intellectually accurate phrase available–then they would know it is a document which upholds the existence of ‘Israel’ as wholly legitimate (and not criminal) and outright calls for the disarmament and dismantlement of the Palestinian Resistance under the guise of the prevention of terrorism. When it comes to anything and everything related to the criminal Zionist regime, one mustn’t pay attention to the lollygagging that unfolds in the public eye between American politicians and “Tel Aviv” officials. This is nothing but political theater. One must read between the lines, look at the global picture with a 360-degree view, follow the money and remember the golden rule vis-a-vis the UN and ‘Israel’: Not a damn thing has ever been enforced and not a damn thing ever will be enforced. Continue reading Zionist Political Theater: New UN “Anti-Settlements” Resolution Is A Massive Farce
by Jonathan Aaziah
The American regime swears it’s adorable, don’t it? Did it really think the Godwary, Husseini people of Southern #Iraq would fall for a US envoy sneakily visiting wounded Iraqi Popular Mobilization fighters in Basra without any authorization and telling them that the US is proud of them, as if Washington hasn’t only been demonizing them as an “Iranian-backed sectarian militia” since its inception and attempting to block their participation in several key liberationist fights (i.e. Ramadi and now Mosul), but actually KILLING THEM WITH BRUTAL, DELIBERATE AIR RAIDS in Fallujah, Beiji, Tikrit and Hawijah and then immediately declaring it an accident in the aftermath. Please yo. Continue reading US Envoy’s Basra Visit Is A Scheme To Smear The Iraqi Popular Mobilization
Yemen’s Houthi rebels seized weapons from U.S. Marines as well as several vehicles used by Americans stationed at the now-closed U.S. Embassy in Sana’a.
It wasn’t immediately clear what types of weapons and vehicles were seized.
An unidentified Sana’a airport official confirmed that the rebel forces took control of the U.S. Embassy vehicles, which were parked at the airport, United Press International reported. The same official also said that the Houthi rebels seized several weapons used by U.S. Marines who were trying to abide by a White House order and leave the country. Continue reading Houthis seize US Marines’ weaponry and vehicles
by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, Strategic Culture
History has a strange way of replicating itself. Argentina has been going through a process similar to the post-1999 years, after Boris Yeltsin stepped down and Vladimir Putin took his place in the Kremlin as the president of the Russian Federation. While it has been struggling to throw off the foreign yoke, the Argentine federal government in Buenos Aires has been consolidating its economic and political power.
Buenos Aires, however, has been opposed by a cross-section of the old regime and oligarchs collaborating with the United States. These forces have opposed major national projects, the re-nationalization of large companies, and the strengthening of the executive branch of government. In this regard, Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s showdowns with her opponents are similar to Vladimir Putin’s showdowns with Russian oligarchs and politicians that wanted to subordinate Russia to Wall Street and Washington, as well as Western Europe’s capitals and financial hubs. Continue reading Politicization of the AMIA Investigation: Pretext for Regime Change in Argentina
by Joy Slim, Al-Akhbar English
The Houthis’ first step toward governing Yemen seems like a necessary option imposed on Ansarullah due to the failure of Yemeni parties, following days of intensive talks, to reach a solution to the political crisis and fill the power vacuum created by the resignation of the president and his government under external pressure.
After months of gaining ground throughout Yemen’s provinces, Ansarullah (the Houthis) has translated its progress into clear political gains. The Houthis have now taken control of the government, yet without assuming power themselves, and will oversee a two-year transitional phase through a “constitutional declaration.” The declaration was made in a large ceremony at the Yemeni presidential palace. Continue reading US-Saudi Rejection Be Damned: Houthis Take Control of Yemen Without Seizing Power