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Bellingcat funded by US and UK intelligence contractors that aided extremists in Syria

Supposedly “independent” website Bellingcat raked in money from scandal-ridden Western intelligence firms that wreaked havoc – and reaped massive profits – in Syria. Since its launch in July 2014, the self-styled open-source investigations website Bellingcat has cemented itself as a darling of mainstream Western media, with its dives into alleged Syrian government chemical weapon attacks and Russian intelligence operations showered with praise, puff pieces, and glitzy awards. While vehemently insisting that it is independent of government influence, Bellingcat is funded […]

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Protecting al-Qaeda: Guest Analysis by Steven Chovanec

Steven Chovanec is a student of International Studies and Sociology at Roosevelt University and conducts independent, open-source research into geopolitics and social issues.  His writings can be found at undergroundreports.blogspot.com, find him on Twitter @stevechovanec. by Steven Chovanec Please Don’t Attack Al-Qaeda In the weeks leading up to the agreed upon cessation-of-hostilities (CoH) agreement between the US … Continue reading Protecting al-Qaeda: Guest Analysis by Steven Chovanec

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On the Effort to Exonerate Team USA for the Rise of ISIS: Guest Analysis by David Mizner

Photo: An Islamic State fighter using the US-made BGM-71 TOW in Damascus countryside in 2014. The Foundation for Defense of Democracies funded “Long War Journal” has confirmed many instances of AQ and ISIS use of the TOW.  David Mizner is a novelist and freelance journalist who writes about US foreign policy, with a focus on … Continue reading On the Effort to Exonerate Team USA for the Rise of ISIS: Guest Analysis by David Mizner

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Bellingcat funded by US and UK intelligence contractors that aided extremists in Syria

Supposedly “independent” website Bellingcat raked in money from scandal-ridden Western intelligence firms that wreaked havoc – and reaped massive profits – in Syria. Since its launch in July 2014, the self-styled open-source investigations website Bellingcat has cemented itself as a darling of mainstream Western media, with its dives into alleged Syrian government chemical weapon attacks and Russian intelligence operations showered with praise, puff pieces, and glitzy awards. While vehemently insisting that it is independent of government influence, Bellingcat is funded […]

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Protecting al-Qaeda: Guest Analysis by Steven Chovanec

Steven Chovanec is a student of International Studies and Sociology at Roosevelt University and conducts independent, open-source research into geopolitics and social issues.  His writings can be found at undergroundreports.blogspot.com, find him on Twitter @stevechovanec. by Steven Chovanec Please Don’t Attack Al-Qaeda In the weeks leading up to the agreed upon cessation-of-hostilities (CoH) agreement between the US … Continue reading Protecting al-Qaeda: Guest Analysis by Steven Chovanec

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On the Effort to Exonerate Team USA for the Rise of ISIS: Guest Analysis by David Mizner

Photo: An Islamic State fighter using the US-made BGM-71 TOW in Damascus countryside in 2014. The Foundation for Defense of Democracies funded “Long War Journal” has confirmed many instances of AQ and ISIS use of the TOW.  David Mizner is a novelist and freelance journalist who writes about US foreign policy, with a focus on … Continue reading On the Effort to Exonerate Team USA for the Rise of ISIS: Guest Analysis by David Mizner

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