Mass Starvation in Yemen Quickly Approaching

The largest humanitarian disaster going unreported right now is the Saudi Arabian war on Yemen. For several years now the Kingdom has been launching attacks on the sovereign state of Yemen which has cost the lives of tens of thousands of people. This story is going ignored by the mainstream media because it severs the…

ISIS Apologizes to Israel After Mistakenly Attacking Them

It has long since been suspected that ISIS has ties to Israel. They only attack the enemies of Israel but never attack Israel itself – despite being Islamic extremists. These have always been very suspicious facts. One more than one occasion there have been reports of Israel coming to the aid of ISIS fighters. In…

Pentagon Admits Airstrike Killing 100+ Iraqis

Over this past weekend, the US Pentagon has admitted to being behind an airstrike in Iraq that has killed over 100 people according to Iraqi sources. The airstrike took place in Mosul and is to have killed civilians, including many women and children. The Iraqi Vice President Osama Nujaifi described the incident as a “humanitarian…

US Officials Claims DPRK set for a 5th Nuclear Test

US officials are claiming that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is about to engage in a fifth nuclear test as reported by CNN on Friday.  Officials claim that a significant activity around the Punggye-Ri test site, as detected by satellite imagery, has been going on for weeks now. They claim that vehicles, personnel and…

Erich Honecker and David Rockefeller?

According to some very interesting documents released by Wikileaks, it seems that Erich Honecker may have been meeting with David Rockefeller, Sr.  It appears that in October 1979 an invitation was extended to Rockefeller by the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) for a visit.  The following was found in a Wikileaks document I was digging…

Venezuela Has Exxon Mobil’s $1.4 Billion Ruling Overturned

Venezuela’s legal battle against imperialism took another great step forward with a new ruling by a World Bank arbitration panel. In 1999 when Hugo Chavez was elected he nationalised some of Exxon Mobil’s major projects in the country. The legal battle over the seizure has been going on for more than ten years. In 2014…