Aung San Suu Kyi’s fall from grace has exposed the cynicism of imperialism, revealing that those canonized as saints are bargaining chips in a struggle of capitalist interests.
A series of attacks on some of the world’s largest oil installations in Saudi Arabia have set sparks flying once again in the Middle East.
You did read that right. President Donald Trump has sacked his National Security Advisor, John Bolton, telling him his services are “no longer needed.”
By “acquiring” third country nationals and shipping them into war zones, defense contractors create a pool of bonded labor, totally dependent on the company.
Rule by terror is the bleak and menacing legacy of the US capitalist state and its theft-by-conquest of half of Mexico’s territory.
The Chicago Tribune published an article red-baiting members of the Chicago Teachers Union for taking a trip to Venezuela.
The triad of defense officials, defense contractors, and fund managers forms the altar upon which soldiers and civilians alike are sacrificed around the world.
Last night, Trump ordered missile strikes on Iran, but then abruptly cancelled them. This came after Iran shot down a US military drone.
While it is still the most powerful imperialist force on earth, on every sphere the era of unquestioned US dominance is over.
Just before dawn on April 30, the Venezuelan opposition launched yet another attempt at a military coup.
On March 7, Venezuela was plunged into a nationwide blackout from which it has not yet fully recovered.
The attempt to push “aid” through the border was not successful. Imperialism did not achieve its aims, and that’s a victory for our side.