The business of war is very profitable for a few weapons makers and generals who end their careers as high paid shills. The recent warmongering by the head of Canada’s military is a troubling escalation that must be called out. But it is erroneous to frame his reaction as a fundamental change instead of part... Continue Reading →
Canadian interference in Venezuela domestic affairs decades old
According to the official story that the Liberal government and most of the mainstream media have been trying to sell, Ottawa recently recognized the leader of Venezuela’s National Assembly as that country’s president because Nicolas Maduro suspended the constitution 18 months ago and thus lost legitimacy. Thus, Ottawa intervened aggressively to re-establish democratic order there.... Continue Reading →
You must be logged in to post a comment.