Two decades ago on 7 October 2001 the United States, backed by its close allies Britain, Canada and Australia, began a military invasion of Afghanistan in south-central Asia.
Now the people of France know, following the AUKUS submarine agreement, the treachery of the Yankees. This is something Southerners have had to live with for more than 150 years.
As the imperial media commemorate the 20th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center (an event akin to what the neoconservative crowd once longed for as a “new Pearl H
1) Iran's independence – The Iranian revolution was a leading factor which set Jimmy Carter's government to incite division and conflict in Afghanistan, which shares an extensive western border with Iran.
The uni-polar moment
It was no coincidence, as the Jimmy Carter administration was looking on in dismay at “the loss of Iran” in early 1979, that Washington rapidly moved to increase its presence in the Middle East and surrounding regions.
You can’t have both. What is happening in Texas over her new pro-life heartbeat law is proof.
For the past twenty years every 9/11 anniversary, American media goes into a frenzy with news and media outlets expressing America’s pain and suffering caused by “Islamist radicals” to a
The US withdrawal from Afghanistan, was vehemently opposed by architects of the War on Terror strategy, who had used it as a ploy to occupy and destroy in their long- term objective for
The retired American General Stanley McChrystal, who previously oversaw US-NATO military operations in Afghanistan, said a decade ago that Washington had a “frighteningly simplistic view” of Afghanistan.