Tag: Human rights

Henry Kissinger Doesn’t Care What You Think

On Tuesday April 26, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger participated in a Vietnam War Summit at the LBJ Presidential Library at the University of Texas. Kissinger discussed his role as Security Adviser to Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford during the Vietnam War before opening the floor […]

Human Experimentation Rampant in the United States

By Janet Phelan – In an article in the New Republic in December, 1998, former UNSCOM leader Scott Ritter decried Iraq’s chemical and biological weapons experiments on human subjects. Wrote Ritter, We had received credible intelligence that 95 political prisoners had been transferred from the Abu Ghraib Prison to a […]

Australian politician investigated on return from ISIS battle zone

The former president of Australia’s Northern Territory Labor Party has been detained at Darwin airport after returning from Syria’s theater of war, where he allegedly fought the Islamic State alongside Kurdish self-defense forces. Matthew Gardiner, 43, was questioned by Australian Federal Police (AFP) and later released without charges being […]