Henry Kissinger, the foreign policy eminence grise who has advised half a dozen US presidents, has caused the deaths of over 3 million people, according to an Intercept report published Tuesday to mark the realpolitik strategist’s 100th birthday.
‘To know who rules over you know who you dare not criticize.’ Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, in his speech on Hiroshima, never named the country that dropped the atomic bomb on the city during World War II.
Supporters of Ukraine are no longer hoping for a victory, French publicist Jacques Guillemain writes in the Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet: It has become clear that, apart from the mainstream media’s pro-Kiev propaganda, there is no one left who has any reasonable hope for success in the Ukrainian offensive. What can 200 stone-age tanks do against the Russian BMPT Terminators? What is the old Soviet-era MiG-29s worth up against MiG-35 fighters and fifth-generation Su-57s?
The failure of the West’s economic war against Russia speaks of the end of the old-world order. The West could not defeat Russia in the economic war, writes Der Spiegel. On the contrary, this year the growth of the Russian economy will exceed the average for the eurozone. And all this suggests that the old-world order has come to an end.
Robert F Kennedy Jr. said the agency’s culpability was beyond a reasonable doubt. The CIA was behind the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy Jr. in 1963 and likely involved in the murder of US Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy in 1968, Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. alleged during an interview with WABC radio host John Catsimatidis on Sunday.
America’s corporate press is paving the way to a ‘one-party state,’ the conservative pundit warns. Tucker Carlson has released a video tearing into American news outlets, in his first appearance since parting ways with Fox News, saying genuine debate on major issues is simply ’not permitted’ in US media.
The star host and the Red Rupert Murdoch-owned network have agreed to part ways, according to a statement. Fox News announced on Monday that the network and its prime-time anchor Tucker Carlson have mutually agreed to end their association after more than a decade.
Constant attacks of the Hungarian government from U.S. Democrats do little to differentiate the U.S. from the bullying superpowers it seeks to distance itself from. The relentless criticism by the Biden administration towards Europe’s most popular government is entirely disproportionate and unjustified and does little to separate the current U.S. regime from the malign superpowers it seeks to distance itself from. Hungary’s leader recognizes this and is putting his own country’s interests ahead of those of the United States, a stance that Europe would be wise to follow.
Michael Walsh Opinion: Distrust in mainstream media has always been self-evident, especially among the job’s own professionals. John Swinton, editor of the New York Tribune addressed the New York Press Association on April 12, 1893.
Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu made a bold statement. According to him, ‘the whole world hates America,’ and Europe is just a colony, a pawn of the United States, and its actions and policies are determined, first of all, by American interests. Soylu’s statement underlines the growth of anti-American sentiment in many parts of the world.