Russia Won’t Kowtow to Israel, U.S.

November 15, 2018 Staff 0

Putin has given Syria advanced anti-missile technology capable of shooting down Israeli aircraft, despite protests from Tel Aviv and D.C., and Turkey has signed a deal to purchase updated Russian missiles. By Richard Walker Russia […]

World Teeters on Brink of War

October 15, 2018 Staff 0

Russia responded to recent Israeli attacks on Syria by accusing Israel of responsibility for the loss of 15 Russian servicemen. Philip Giraldi cautions, “The downing of the Russian plane through Israeli contrivance created a situation […]

Why Are We Siding With al Qaeda?

September 14, 2018 Staff 2

We’re siding with al Qaeda, who attacked us, to “regime-change” Iran, who didn’t attack us. Ron Paul points out this entire strategy makes no sense. By Dr. Ron Paul In my last column, I urged […]

Is Trump Going Neocon in Syria?

September 12, 2018 Staff 2

Should the U.S. “engage Russian and Syrian forces militarily and force them to back off” of Idlib province? And has “the Assad-Putin-Rouhani coalition decided to accept the risk of a clash with the Americans in […]

Can’t We Just Leave Syria Alone?

September 10, 2018 Staff 1

Good question. With Assad back in control of Idlib, hundreds of thousands of people have voluntarily returned to the city and are apparently enjoying peace and relative liberty. Clearly, Assad is not trying to gas […]

Israel’s Military Strategy a Failure

August 18, 2018 Staff 2

The Zionist state refuses to abandon its dream of gobbling up the territory of neighbors in its never-ending pursuit of Greater Israel.   By Richard Walker The failure of the coordinated efforts of the West, […]

No Evidence of Chemical Attack

May 11, 2018 Staff 0

Evidence and eyewitness testimony presented to the International Criminal Court demonstrates the alleged chemical attack in Douma, Syria, blamed on al-Assad, never happened. Didn’t hear that on U.S. mainstream media? That’s why you’re reading American Free […]

Trump’s Foreign Policy Scorecard

May 10, 2018 Staff 0

While President Trump’s “strategy of tension,” as described by French President Emmanuel Macron, appears to be effective with North Korea, though calling it a strategy at all, says Phil Giraldi, is questionable given the administration […]

U.S. Attack on Syria Illegal, Immoral

May 2, 2018 Staff 3

“Make no mistake,” says Phil Giraldi, “there are certain things that every American should know about the Syrian conflict.” First of all, it’s illegal and a war crime. By Philip Giraldi Here we go again. […]

Poison Gas Attack Is Fake News False Flag

April 24, 2018 Staff 1

In the front page story of AFP’s Issue 17 & 18, just mailed, John Friend looks into the continuing fake news surrounding Syria. He reports doctors and eyewitnesses say the alleged “poison gas attack” in […]

Has the War Party Hooked Trump?

April 11, 2018 Staff 2

Following reports of an alleged gas attack on civilians in Syria, President Trump threatened Bashar Assad, via Twitter, with paying a “big price.” This in spite of just recently announcing the U.S. would be withdrawing […]

Syrian Showdown: Trump vs. the Generals

April 6, 2018 Staff 4

Yet again, President Trump’s appointees are disagreeing with him, this time on his desire to bring U.S. troops back home from the Middle East. “It’s time,” he says. Centcom commander Gen. Joseph Votel and Defense Secretary […]

Is U.S. Being Sucked Into Syria’s War?

February 16, 2018 Staff 0

Israel conducted a massive attack on Syria after one of its fighter jets was shot down, an act not surprisingly blamed on Iran. But, asks Pat Buchanan, “Why would Iran, which, with Assad, Russia, and […]

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