More By Paul Craig Roberts

Washington “fixed” chemical event in Syria

Washington, Syria, Trump, Putin, chemical weapons, Gilbert Doctorow
US strike is a war crime--plain and simple

Why Europe, Canada, Australia and Japan are not supporting US’ attack in Syria? How come US knew beforehand of “chemical weapons” event?

Hudson, the best economist in the world

Michael Hudson, neo-liberal economics, J is for Junk Economics, Free Market, economic rent, Adam Smith, Federal Reserve
Hudson is an economist worth your attention

If you want to learn real economics instead of neoliberal junk economics, read Michael Hudson's books.

Environment: Human life faces extinction

 Ginormous asteroid, PSI, biosphere, Jared Diamond, Amazon rainforest, Easter Island, Roman Empire, Environment Protection Agency, Matt Gaetz, Levant
Humanity has put itself at great risk

Figuratively speaking, a ginormous asteroid is hurtling to a cataclysmic rendezvous with earth, but we are not supposed to notice.

Obama: The war criminal butcher

Barak Obama, House, Senate, Syria, Afghanistan, Libya, Yemen, Somalia, Pakistan, Iraq, Middle East, United States, refugees, Europe
Obama: A crocodile sheds tears

There is no doubt that US President Barak Obama is a war criminal as are his military and intelligence officials and most of the House and Senate.

Aleppo’s poster child and media

Omran Daqneesh, Syria, Aleppo, Kate Bolduan, Iraq, United Nations, Madeleine Albright, Obama, Assad, Washington,  Russia
Aleppo poster child and propaganda

Washington's media presstitutes are using the image of the child to bring pressure on Russia to stop the Syrian army from retaking Aleppo.

The death of western democracy

 Democracy, EU, Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, Russia, global market, US, Wall Street, Military-Security Complex, Israel lobby, Donald Trump, Dominic Strauss-Kahn, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Brexit, Brussels
The common cry is in wilderness

Martin Schultz, President of the EU Parliament, puts it clearly: "It is not the EU philosophy that the crowd can decide its fate."