Archives for 4月 2021



The Present Feature photo

OCCUPIED PALESTINE -- “The Present” -- a Palestinian film directed by Farah Nabulsi, with Saleh Bakri in the main role -- was nominated for an Academy Award in the category of Live Action Short Film. In the end it did not win an Oscar, although it was deserving of one. In his acceptance speech, Travon Free, who won the award for his movie “Two



MH17 Trial Feature photo

AMSTERDAM -- November 2020 saw the conclusion in Schiphol, the Dutch airport near Amsterdam, to the pre-trial hearings in the case being brought by the Dutch Prosecution Service against three Russians (Igor Girkin, Sergey Dubinskiy, Oleg Pulatov) and one Ukrainian (Leonid Kharchenko), former military leaders of the Donetsk People’s Republic. They

李·坎普(Lee Camp):中央情报局(CIA)接管了几十年-甚至前总统都曾试图警告我们


CIA extremism Feature photo

Princeton, New Jersey (Scheerpost) — December 22, 1963 — exactly one month after President John F. Kennedy had been assassinated, former President Harry S. Truman published an op-ed in the Washington Post that most people, especially our perfumed ruling elite, wanted to ignore. Truman, who signed the CIA into existence just after World War II,



Ecuador Election Feature photo

QUITO, ECUADOR -- The U.S. role in the defeat of leftist Andrés Arauz in Ecuador’s presidential contest on April 11 was not overt because it did not need to be, according to a high-ranking Latin American diplomat. We met with the diplomat and others on an official election observation delegation with CODEPINK. Names of some sources remain anonymous



Yossi Harel

LONDON -- Who is Sir Ronald Cohen and why should you care? To answer the first part of that question it might be useful to start with someone else – the person he is most often compared to and the original "Father of Venture Capital." Answering the second part involves asking more difficult questions, such as what is the monetary value of a human



Taiwan China

TAIPEI -- At MintPress, we have been at the forefront of exposing how Middle Eastern dictatorships and weapons contractors have been funneling money into think tanks and political action committees, keeping up a steady drumbeat for more war and conflict around the world. Yet one little-discussed nation that punches well above its weight in spending