Behind The “News”

News Without The Spin

Israel and US open first American military base in Israel

With Iran moving closer to Israel’s borders, via Hezbollah and its participation in the Syrian conflict, Israel is making sure its allies are on hand

National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster and White House chief of staff John Kelly watched a presidential appearance alongside Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Vice President Mike Pence in August. Click to enlarge

America’s slow-motion military coup

A military junta now rules in Washington, writes Stephen Kinzer. That’s why contrary to his campaign promise, Trump has sent more troops to Afghanistan

Six Case Studies That Point To Massive Pedophilia Rings At The Highest Levels Of Power

Paedophilia seems to go hand-in-hand with political power. Is blackmail what links them? Is this the means whereby the REAL powers behind the scenes control those in the seats of power?

Qatar agrees to buy 24 fighter jets from Britain

The deal comes after Saudi Arabia, the Gulf Emirates and Egypt cut ties with Qatar, accusing it of backing “extremism” after it drew closer to their arch-rival Iran

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Southern Poverty Law Center Transfers Millions in Cash to Offshore Entities

Group that ostensibly fights “racism” and “bigotry” and pays its directors’ six-figure salaries caught stashing millions of dollars in off-shore accounts

Massive Russian military exercise heightens fear of troop build-up on western border

Massive Russian military exercise heightens fear of troop build-up on western border

Russia’s latest war games involve 12,700 troops, Moscow claims. However, some observers believe many more are involved. Includes video

Iran claims to have ‘father of all bombs,’ overshadowing American ‘mother’

New Iranian bomb might trigger a paternity dispute, as Russia already possesses a non-nuclear ordnance known as the “daddy.”

TV screen at a Seoul railway station shows footage of North Korea's latest launch. Click to enlarge

US warns of military option if North Korea nuclear and missile tests continue

A “final option” looms into view

North Korea fires another missile over Japan, deepening regional tensions

North Korea fires another missile over Japan, deepening regional tensions

The second such launch in less than a month as South Korean President Moon Jae-in says dialogue with the North is impossible at this point

Tensions surface between UK and US over Iran nuclear deal

As Trump denounced the accord as “one of the worst deals I’ve ever seen”, differences emerge between the US and its Western allies over the nuclear agreement

Implanted Microchip to Replace Credit Cards, Car Keys

Implanted Microchip to Replace Credit Cards, Car Keys

In Sweden, several thousand have already been implanted. Includes video

Commemoration of 9/11: President Trump prohibits any reference being made to Bush’s version of events

Is Trump’s ruling in response to the growing number of people who now question the official version of 9/11?

While we watched the fake American civil war

While we watched the fake American civil war

As the world was distracted, major events have been unfolding elsewhere. For example, 4 NATO battle-groups on Russia’s border are now on full combat-alert

Merkel Slams Hungary’s Migrant Stance as ‘Unacceptable’

Hungary remains defiant over EU policy as Merkel raises the prospect of admitting another 390,000 migrants in 2018 as part of family reunification program

Behold a Pale Horse, and Its Rider Is Death

It is becoming biblical, writes Paul Craig Roberts. Washington the anti-Christ is subverting all good on earth.

'The superstate speech' What we learnt about EU's future from Juncker's State of the Union

‘The superstate speech’ What we learnt about EU’s future from Juncker’s State of the Union

The EU edges closer to a superstate with Jean-Claude Juncker’s annual State of the Union address

More than 80 experts urge Trump not to abandon Iran nuclear deal

Signatories to the statement urging Trump not to abandon the nuclear deal include academics and former State Department officials

epa03277228 Australian broadcaster and journalist John Pilger arrives at the Ecuador embassy where Wikileaks founder has sought political asylum, in London, Britain, 22 June 2012. Julian Assange remains inside the Ecuadorean embassy after three nights. Assange, 40, faces extradition to Sweden on allegations of sexual assault, after Britain's Supreme Court rejected his final appeal last week. A 10-day period of extradition begins on June 28. His arrival at the embassy was confirmed 19 June by Ricardo Patino, Ecuador's Foreign Minister, in Quito. He said Assange, an Australian citizen, had requested political asylum.  EPA/FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA  EPA/FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA

North Korea solution depends on ‘containment of the US’ – John Pilger

America is the problem, says John Pilger, as “there’s absolutely no doubt that if North Korea hadn’t developed nuclear weapons, it would’ve been attacked”

Weapons of Mass Migration

Human rights organisations infiltrated by Western intelligence agents play a key role in creating the public consensus for US, NATO or UN military interventions

The Rohingya Psyops: Waging Covert War on Myanmar

The Rohingya Psyops: Waging Covert War on Myanmar

A few months old but given recent events this is highly relevant background on what is happening in Myanmar