Litvinenko death: sensational new revelations

Dandelion Salad RussiaToday What brought about the death of Russia’s former security officer Aleksandr Litvinenko in London in 2006? Was he really poisoned with radioactive polonium-210? American journalist Edward Jay Epstein is hunting for the truth and reveals his sensational findings in an exclusive interview to RT. “Litvinenko death: sensational new rev…“, posted with vodpod […]

Litvinenko case: interview with Edward Epstein (videos)

Dandelion Salad RussiaToday March 21, 2008 A U.S. journalist says Aleksandr Litvinenko may have accidentally poisoned himself while trying to smuggle polonium-210. Edward Epstein joined RT to comment on his article in the New York Sun.

Now Here’s Some Real Interference In Election Campaigns by William Blum

by William Blum Writer, Dandelion Salad Killing Hope March 15, 2018 Shakespeare said it best, much ado about nothing. That’s the “Russian interference” in the 2016 American election. A group of Russians operating from a building in St. Petersburg, we are told in a February 16 US government indictment,1 sent out tweets, Facebook and YouTube […]

The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster in Perspective by Dr. Helen Caldicott by Dr. Helen Caldicott Global Research May 12, 2011 Dr. Helen Caldicott’s March 18th press conference in Montreal, sponsored by the Centre for Research non Globalization (CRG) Our thanks to Felton Davis for the transcription from the GRTV Video recording and for the annotations. This press conference organized by Global Research was held in […]

Antiwar Radio: Mark Ames: The Cold War that Wasn’t

Dandelion Salad AntiwarRadio Oct 31, 2008 more about “AntiwarRadio: Mark Ames: The Cold War…“, posted with vodpod . Parts 2-7 Mark Ames, author of The Cold War that Wasnt in The Nation, discusses the dominant narrative and ideological underpinnings in the U.S. press regarding the recent Georgian attack on […]

9/11, Deep State Violence and the Hope of Internet Politics

Dandelion Salad by Prof. Peter Dale Scott Global Research, June 11, 2008 Editor’s Note: This version of Professor’s Scott’s article does not include the footnotes (83). For the Version with footnotes in Word click here The Deep State and 9/11 The unthinkable – that elements inside the state would conspire with criminals to kill innocent […]

NATO Marches Eastward by Justin Raimondo

Dandelion Salad by Justin Raimondo April 2, 2008 We’re on a dangerous collision course with Russia, no matter who wins the White House Bush Pushes Ukraine’s Membership in NATO AssociatedPress The relentless march of NATO, decades after the implosion of the Soviet Union and the death knell of the Leninist project, is surely an […]

Was Polonium-210 Being Smuggled for a Dirty Bomb? By Paul Craig Roberts

Dandelion Salad By Paul Craig Roberts March 25, 2008 In the recently published thriller, The Shell Game, Steve Alten weaves a tale of a neoconservative plot to attack Iran. To overcome resistance, a black op group associated with a Republican administration arranges for nuclear devices to be exploded in two American cities, with planted evidence […]

America’s Next 9/11 – A Little Sugar Makes the Medicine Go Down

Dandelion Salad By Paul Craig Roberts 03/24/08 “ICH“ The investigative journalist Edward Jay Epstein has taken up the Litvinenko case. [The Specter That Haunts the Death of Litvinenko, New York Sun, March 19, 2008] The media used the Litvinenko case as sensational propaganda against Russian President Putin and then tossed it aside. For those whose […]

New Cold War: Great Game for Supremacy in the New World Order? by Andrew G. Marshall

by Andrew G. Marshall featured writer Dandelion Salad Global Research, October 31, 2007 Imperial Playground: The Story of Iran in Recent History PART 4: There has been much talk in recent months of a return to the Cold War, as increasingly there is growing disparities and tensing relations between the West, namely the Anglo-Americans, and […]

Declassified Document: “U.S. Army explored using radioactive poisons to assassinate ‘important individuals'” by Robert Burns

Dandelion Salad by Robert Burns Global Research, October 10, 2007 Associated Press – 2007-10-09 US Considered Radiological Weapon by Robert Burns October 9, 2007. Associated Press. In one of the longest-held secrets of the Cold War, the U.S. Army explored the potential for using radioactive poisons to assassinate “important individuals” such as military or civilian […]

U.S. considered radiological weapon By Robert Burns

Dandelion Salad By Robert Burns, AP Military Writer October 8, 2007 “AP“ WASHINGTON In one of the longest-held secrets of the Cold War, the U.S. Army explored the potential for using radioactive poisons to assassinate “important individuals” such as military or civilian leaders, according to newly declassified documents obtained by The Associated Press. Approved at […]

Afghanistan: Britain is protecting the biggest heroin crop of all time by Craig Murray

Dandelion Salad by Craig Murray Global Research, July 24, 2007 Daily Mail This week the 64th British soldier to die in Afghanistan, Corporal Mike Gilyeat, was buried. All the right things were said about this brave soldier, just as, on current trends, they will be said about one or more of his colleagues who follow […]

Kissinger’s Secret Meeting With Putin By Mike Whitney

Kissinger’s Secret Meeting With Putin Dandelion Salad By Mike Whitney 07/18/07 “ICH“ “RAF fighter jets were scrambled to intercept two Russian strategic bombers heading for British airspace yesterday, as the spirit of the Cold War returned to the North Atlantic once again. The incident, described as rare by the RAF, served as a telling metaphor […]

No More Mister Nice Guy: Newsweek’s Kremlin Fairy Tale by Chris Floyd

Dandelion Salad Written by Chris Floyd Wednesday, 18 July 2007 “Putin’s Dark Descent.” That’s the minatory headline on the latest Newsweek International Edition. (I’m not sure what’s on the current cover of the Stateside edition: “Did Jesus Raise Puppies From the Dead? Theologians Weigh In,” or some other burning topic, I imagine.) In any case, […]