The media has gone very quiet on Libya of late; clearly, liberal imperialists don’t like to dwell on their crimes.
Following the U.S. invasion of Iraq, why did the United States target the governments in Libya and Syria for destruction? Why did some “socialists” support these so-called revolutions that were backed by the Pentagon and NATO?
Africa’s classic depiction in the mainstream media, as a giant basket case full of endless war, famine and helpless children creates an illusion of a continent utterly dependent on Western handouts.
A report by the Wall Street Journal and a CIA timeline have revealed the extent to which the CIA was involved in responding to the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
For over two weeks,Bani Walid was attacked and shelled by pro-NATO forces, consisting primarily of armed gangs from Misrata, where last year’s counterrevolution began.
There have now been hundreds of demonstrations in the Middle East and North Africa against the United States, triggered by the movie "Innocence of Muslims."
"Obviously the likes of Pham Binh need to be opposed when they call for imperialist bombing campaigns."
Nine months after the U.S./NATO-led overthrow of the Muammar Gaddafi government in Libya, human rights abuses are rampant.
A response to left/liberal justification for imperialist intervention in Libya and Syria.
Why are there no sanctions against the U.S.? Why are no U.S. leaders—past or present—currently occupying prison cells or awaiting trial?