The slime that oozes from the pores of the elected occupants of Brazil’s lower house is palpable… Read More Brazil’s Corrupt Congress Protects its Bribe-Drenched President, Finalizing Elites’ Two-Year Plot
The more the opposition ramps up its protests, the deeper in the government digs. Neither side seems poised to negotiate a way out of what could become the region’s next elongated, bloody war… Read More There is Still Time to Prevent All-Out Civil War in Venezuela
We are now in an era not only of wars for control of major oil reserves around the world. Now we have the dawn of the age of natural gas wars. Fasten your seatbelts, ladies and gentlemen… Read More Has Washington Lost the Middle East After Qatar?
Report demands massive expansion of military-industrial complex to maintain global ‘access to resources’… Read More Pentagon Study Declares American Empire Is ‘Collapsing’
A simple, easy-to-follow translation of Saudi’s outrageous demands of the supposedly sovereign Kingdom of Qatar… Read More Saudi Arabia’s Mind-Blowing Hypocrisy
Despite Trump’s promises to “entirely renegotiate” what he once called “the worst trade deal in history,” his administration’s proposed changes to NAFTA are modest at best. This reversal coincides with major investments made by U.S. oil companies that have direct ties to some of the most powerful figures in the Trump administration… Read More Trump’s NAFTA Reversal Likely Tied To Oil Industry Pressure
The policy the Trump administration is chalking out towards the Middle East in general, particularly Iran, is likely to trigger a fresh wave of tension that might make the task of tilling the frozen ground of US-Russia relations a lot harder even for Rex Tillerson. … Read More Beware of Trump’s Double-game in the Middle East
While the death of the judge will likely not derail the country’s biggest ever graft probe, it will delay it, “handing valuable breathing space to President Michel Temer” who many have accused of being even more corrupt than his predecessor.… Read More Brazilians Stunned By Death Of Supreme Court Justice Ahead Of “Explosive Testimony”
The military, media, financial and cultural assault successfully prosecuted over decades by Washington finally seems to have met its Waterloo at the hands of the axis represented by Iran, Russia and China.… Read More Trump’s Delusion: Halting Eurasian Integration and Saving ‘US World Order’
“[Renewable energy] is not only a commercially viable option, but an outright compelling investment opportunity with long-term, stable, inflation-protected returns.”… Read More Global Economic Realities Confirm, the 'Future is Not in Fossil Fuels'
On Sunday, the first day of the year, thousands of people all over the country marched on Pemex gas stations, blocked roads and picketed refineries, to register their rage at the government’s latest massive hike in gasoline and diesel prices. … Read More Shrinking Oil Giant Pemex Starts 2017 on Wrong Foot
The reform of the EU Emissions Trading System could hand more than €230 billion in subsidies to energy intensive industries, a new report from Corporate Europe Observatory shows.… Read More Carbon Welfare: How the World's Biggest Corporations Plan to Profit from EU Climate Reform