September 6, 2019Feature, News

On the Brink – Syria

The devastating Syrian Civil War has had a large impact on global politics and social issues. It is largely responsible for an influx of refugees in Europe, The war against Syria followed the United States, France, UK, the Arab League and NATO partners overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi’s...

August 9, 2019Feature

On the brink – Iran

Following the Islamic Revolution of 1979, the US and later the EU imposed a series of sanctions on Iran, most targeting its energy sector. In addition, more than $12 billion in Iranian assets were frozen. By 2012, international sanctions resulted in Iran’s rial reaching a record low...

August 7, 2019Feature

On the brink – North Korea

The Kim dynasty has ruled North Korea since 1948. This hereditary cult of personality survived the Korean War which left much of the North decimated. The US dropped 635,000 tons of bombs and 32,557 tons of napalm on the Korean peninsula, more than during the entire Pacific campaign...

August 5, 2019Feature

On the brink – Venezuela

This South American nation on the Caribbean is currently mired in an economic collapse, due in part to economic failures compounded by economic sanctions. Venezuela has the largest oil reserves in the world, but due to sanctions imposed on its energy sector and a drop in crude oil prices...

August 1, 2019Feature

On the brink – Cuba

Fidel Castro’s Cuba has been in the crosshairs of US regime change efforts since the Cuban Revolution in 1958. After the US-supported failed Bay of Pigs military operation in 1959, the CIA partnered with the Mafia, who had a dominant presence in Havana, to assassinate Castro. The plots...

July 31, 2019Feature

On the brink – Nicaragua

The Central American nation of Nicaragua is the second poorest country in Latin America, followed by Haiti. Forty-three percent  of the population live in rural areas and 68 percent survive on a little over $1 per day. 46.2 percent of the population lives below the poverty line,...

July 26, 2019Feature

Occupy Peace founder Gerald Celente’s new Vision for Peace

Global forecaster Gerald Celente’s vision for creating a new kind of peace movement became a super-charged reality when his Occupy Peace rally took over the streets of historic Kingston, NY, on Sept. 20, 2015, to the beat of many different drums and the words of some of the...

April 1, 2019Feature

Every War Is a War Against Children

Save the Children has reported that air raids carried out by the Saudi-led coalition have killed at least 226 Yemeni children and injured 217 more in just the last twelve months. “Of these children,” the report noted, “210 were inside or close to a house when their lives were torn apart...

April 1, 2019Feature

Guaido using U.S. regime change manual in Venezuela

U.S. is not only supporting Guaido’s attemped overthrow of President Maduro in Venezuela, Guaido is using the U.S. operations manual to do it. Occupy Peace believes the U.S. should not be involved in regime change. Guaido Set to Enact Uprising Rooted in US Regime-Change Operations Manual...

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