Eric Draitser of http://StopImperialism.org provides his commentary (Feb. 7, 2016) on the US presidential campaign, the Republican debate in New Hampshire, and the internal conflicts in the party. Draitser explains that the central struggle is between Trump and Cruz fighting over the more radical reactionary base, while the center of the party moves to consolidate behind Rubio or another “moderate” candidate. Draitser also notes the obliviousness of the entire Republican field to the connections between many of the problems they discuss and the endless wars the US wages all over the world.
Eric Draitser of http://StopImperialism.org chats with George Galloway (Feb. 4, 2016) about Syria, who’s responsible, and where it’s going. Draitser discusses the role of regional proxies of the US-NATO, as well as the role of the corporate media in keeping people ignorant of the facts. He also notes the rising tide of fascism in Europe, and how the scapegoating of refugees must be confronted.
Eric Draitser of http://StopImperialism.org provides his commentary (Feb. 4, 2016) on the situation in Syria and the impact that Russia’s involvement has had. Draitser explains that the US and its allies’ demands on Russia emerge from the increasing weakness of the US-NATO position. Draitser also notes some of the strategic issues at play in the ongoing conflict.
Eric Draitser of StopImperialism.org provides his commentary (Feb. 2, 2016) on remarks by Britain’s Foreign Secretary that Russian President Putin is ‘fanning flames of war in Syria.’ Draitser points out that even the Western media has documented the role of the UK, along with the US and other NATO and Gulf allies (plus Israel) in fomenting the war in Syria by providing arms, training, and financing to the rebels and foreign terrorists waging war against the Syrian Government. Draitser also notes other critical developments on the ground that will impact any negotiation process.
Eric Draitser of http://StopImperialism.org provides his commentary (Feb. 2, 2016) on the US elections the morning after the Iowa Caucuses. Draitser explains that the US political system is controlled by one single political class subordinate to the financial elites on Wall St, and that the entire election process is mere political theater designed to give Americans the illusion that they have a choice in who rules over them.