U.S. Admits It Cannot Attack Venezuela – Confirmed S-300 Anti-Air Systems

by Joaquin Flores Global Research edited by O Society April, 8, 2019   The U.S State Department special operator for Venezuela, Elliot Abrams, has revealed that Venezuela is already in possession numerous highly effective S-300 (Antey 2500 version) systems. This makes a military campaign against Venezuela highly unlikely, given the high-importance of air-cover for any boots … Continue reading U.S. Admits It Cannot Attack Venezuela – Confirmed S-300 Anti-Air Systems

Has the US Lost Its Military Supremacy Over Russia?

by Ron Ridenour Counterpunch edited by O Society April 8, 2019 When I first heard of Andrei Martyanov, I was skeptical about his intentions. Born in Baku, Azerbaijan, USSR, 1963, he became a naval officer and expert on Russian military and naval issues. He took part in conflicts in the Caucasus. In mid-1990s, he moved … Continue reading Has the US Lost Its Military Supremacy Over Russia?

Was Ending the Draft a Grave Mistake?

by Maj. Danny Sjursen Truthdig edited by O Society April 8, 2019 I spent last week at Angelo State University in remote central Texas as a panelist for the annual All-Volunteer Force (AVF) Forum. It was a strange forum in many ways, but nonetheless instructive. I was the youngest (and most progressive) member, as well … Continue reading Was Ending the Draft a Grave Mistake?

“Rebuilding America’s Defenses” – A Summary Blueprint of the PNAC Plan for U.S. Global Hegemony

  Full text of Rebuilding America's Defenses here as PDF By Bette Stockbauer 05/06/03: When the Bush administration started lobbying for war with Iraq, they used as rationale a definition of preemption (generally meaning anticipatory use of force in the face of an imminent attack) that was broadened to allow for the waging of a … Continue reading “Rebuilding America’s Defenses” – A Summary Blueprint of the PNAC Plan for U.S. Global Hegemony

Edvard Munch’s Scream isn’t screaming, but rather hearing a scream

by Anita Singh Telegraph edited by O Society Mar 22, 2019 Look at Edvard Munch’s Scream and what do you see? According to the British Museum, you may have it all wrong. Many people believe it shows a man screaming. Not so, says the museum, which is about to display a black and white print of the image. … Continue reading Edvard Munch’s Scream isn’t screaming, but rather hearing a scream

Trump quietly rewrote the rules of drone warfare, which means the US will continue to kill civilians in secret

written by Sinead Baker Business Insider edited by O Society Mar 22, 2019 Donald Trump signed an executive order reducing the number of civilian deaths from drones that the government must report. Trump signed the order revoking an Obama-era requirement for the director of national intelligence to release an annual report on the number of deaths resulting … Continue reading Trump quietly rewrote the rules of drone warfare, which means the US will continue to kill civilians in secret

The Psychology Of Getting Julian Assange Part 4: Why Everyone Wants To See Him Hang

written by Lissa Johnson New Matilda  edited by O Society Mar 22, 2019 Convinced Julian Assange handed Trump the election? Certain he raped two women in Sweden? Want to see him rot in jail? The fourth in a five-part series by clinical psychologist Lissa Johnson explains the science behind smear and propaganda, and how and … Continue reading The Psychology Of Getting Julian Assange Part 4: Why Everyone Wants To See Him Hang