- Neocolonialism and the “Migrant Crisis” by Manlio Dinucci from Global Research (based in Canada).
From the United States to Europe, the “migrant crisis” is causing bitter interior and international controversy about the policies which need to be adopted concerning the migrant flow. However, these movements are being represented by a cliché which is the opposite of reality – that of the “rich countries” obliged to suffer the growing migratory pressure of the “poor countries”. This misrepresentation hides its basic cause – the world economic system [capitalism] which enables a restricted minority to accumulate wealth at the expense of the growing majority, by impoverishing them and thus provoking forced emigration. [my insertion]
- The Rapid Postwar Increase of America’s Nuclear Arsenal by Shane Quinn from Global Research.
- Turkey’s European dream may be over, is the Sultan ready for Eurasia? by Pepe Escobar from Asia Times.
Erdogan has lost his parliamentary majority and must now establish a coalition with the far-right Nationalist Action Party; given the latter is anti-Western, the road ahead points in only one direction: Eurasian integration.