The Role of the CIA: Behind the Dalai Lama’s Holy Cloak

Michael Backman Global Research March 23, 2008 Global Research Editor’s note This incisive article by Michael Backman outlines the relationship of the Dalai Lama and his organization to US intelligence. The Dalai Lama has been on the CIA payroll since the late 1950s. He is an instrument of US intelligence. An understanding of this longstandingContinue reading “The Role of the CIA: Behind the Dalai Lama’s Holy Cloak”

How the CIA helped Dalai Lama to end up in exile

It is widely believed that the Dalai Lama fled Tibet once Chinese troops gained control over the region. Actually, these two events have nine years between them. Tibet’s self-proclaimed independence in 1913, after the fall of Qing Empire of China, was never recognised legally by any country. So, once China sorted out the Civil War,Continue reading “How the CIA helped Dalai Lama to end up in exile”

North Korea or the United States: Who is a Threat to Global Security?

North Korea lost thirty percent of its population as a result of US led bombings in the 1950s. By Prof Michel Chossudovsky Most people in America consider North Korea as an inherently aggressive nation and a threat to global security. Media disinformation sustains North Korea as a “rogue state”. The history of the Korean war andContinue reading “North Korea or the United States: Who is a Threat to Global Security?”

Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Venezuela: Statement of the PCMLV on the death of Commandante Chavez

Tuesday, March 5, 2013 The Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Venezuela, PCMLV, expresses its grief and solidarity at the physical loss of Commandante President Hugo Chavez Frias to all the workers, peasants, students, women’s organizations, revolutionary, anti-imperialist, socialist and Bolivarian parties and organizations of the masses. We also express our condolences to all his family, friendsContinue reading “Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Venezuela: Statement of the PCMLV on the death of Commandante Chavez”

Forever in Chains: The Tragic History of Congo

FRIDAY 28 JULY 2006 The most blighted nation on earth goes to the polls this weekend – more in hope than expectation that stability and peace might result. In Congo, mass suffering has been a way of life ever since the Belgian King Leopold enslaved millions in the 19th century. Paul Vallely traces the storyContinue reading “Forever in Chains: The Tragic History of Congo”

We Remember Wounded Knee

In February of 1973 the American Indian Movement and the Lakota Nation made a final stand for Native rights with siege at wounded knee. In the summer of 1968, two hundred members of the Native American community came together for a meeting to discuss various issues that Indian people of the time were dealing withContinue reading “We Remember Wounded Knee”

Video: Al-Qaeda FSA Carries Out Another Chemical Experiment on Drinking Water

Video description: Terrorists from NATO sponsored Al Qaeda FSA ‘Screaming Wind Chemical Battalion’ carries out their second experiment on rabbits, this time by forcing a rabbit to drink a contaminated water mixed with a lethal mixture, they called it Sunnah 2, their first experiment was also on rabbits but by contaminating the air, and warnContinue reading “Video: Al-Qaeda FSA Carries Out Another Chemical Experiment on Drinking Water”

Video: Free Syrian Army Cleric gives Terrorist Groups Permission to kill Alawite Women and Children

Interviewer: “Is it permissible to kill ‘Alawites — their women and their children — in retaliation for their actions?” Muhammad Badi’ Moussa: “Yes, my brother. We have issued a communiqué to the ‘Alawites, in which we gave them a strong warning, which may be the last. “Our brothers in the Free Syrian Army sent queriesContinue reading “Video: Free Syrian Army Cleric gives Terrorist Groups Permission to kill Alawite Women and Children”

“Free Syrian Army” Terrorists Threaten Alawites and Government Supporters with Genocide Using Chemical Weapons

This video footage from December 5, 2012 shows what looks like a hardline Islamist member of al-Qaeda fighting alongside the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) terrorists in Syria in a chemical laboratory performing an experiment using two rabbits whom he manages to kill in less than a minute via inhalation of a gas emanating from aContinue reading ““Free Syrian Army” Terrorists Threaten Alawites and Government Supporters with Genocide Using Chemical Weapons”

8 Atrocities Committed Against Puerto Rico by the US

by Jose L Vega Santiago Puerto Rico is an unincorporated territory of the United States located in the Caribbean Sea. It is a small island with a population of almost four million citizens. On July 25, 1898, during the Spanish American War, United States invaded Puerto Rico and commenced a long relationship between the two.Continue reading “8 Atrocities Committed Against Puerto Rico by the US”

Tunisia’s ‘unfinished revolution’ — interview with Workers’ Party militant

By Peter Boyle November 16, 2012 — Green Left Weekly — Abdel Jabbar Madouri (pictured above) has been a militant in Tunisia since his early secondary school days. He was jailed three times (in 1987,1993 and 2002) because of his political activism. After every arrest, he was tortured and then sentenced to more then 12 years in jail. Madouri spentContinue reading “Tunisia’s ‘unfinished revolution’ — interview with Workers’ Party militant”

Statistics on Crimes Committed by US Troops in South Korea

Korea International War Crimes Tribunal, June 23, 2001, New York Report on US Crimes in Korea 1945-2001 Civil Network for a Peaceful Korea Over 100,000 Cases of Crimes, Over 100,000 Victims Crimes committed by US soldiers were found as early as when US troops were first stationed in south Korea. According to the south KoreanContinue reading “Statistics on Crimes Committed by US Troops in South Korea”

The Costs of Counterrevolution: Must We Ignore Imperialism?

excerpted from the book The Sword and the Dollar Imperialism, Revolution, and the Arms Race by Michael Parenti St. Martin’s Press, 1989 The Costs of Counterrevolution p 117 Throughout the 1980s, the counterrevolutionary mercenaries who have waged war against such countries as Nicaragua, Angola, and Mozambique, were described as “guerrillas.” In fact, they won littleContinue reading “The Costs of Counterrevolution: Must We Ignore Imperialism?”

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