Sanctions Are an Act of War

August 24, 2021 AFP Editor 0

By S.T. Patrick The White House has announced new sanctions against Cuba due to the response the Cuban government took to stop protests. Joe Biden said Cuba had responded to the protests “with violence and […]

Elites Seeking Global Pandemic Treaty

April 21, 2021 AFP Editor 0

By Mark Anderson On the cusp of the annual spring meeting of the International Monetary Fund in Washington, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, who headed the Federal Reserve Board of Governors under President Barack Obama, addressed […]

China Remains No. 1 Threat

February 25, 2021 AFP Editor 2

By Richard Walker Before he left office, President Donald Trump moved the center of gravity of America’s threat preparedness up several notches to take account of the fact that China is not only America’s biggest […]

Demonizing Russia; Emulating China

January 23, 2021 AFP Editor 1

By Donald Jeffries In 1989, two momentous events happened in the Communist world. The Soviet Union, considered our deadly enemy during the decades-long Cold War, saw its Berlin Wall torn down and its power collapse […]

Trump Pardons Infamous Spy

January 20, 2021 AFP Editor 2

Pollard’s release a New Year’s present for Israel. By Richard Walker Under cover of darkness, on Dec. 30, 2020, a private jet left the United States with a very special VIP on board and landed […]

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