Jeremy Kuzmarov

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Jeremy Kuzmarov is Managing Editor of CovertAction Magazine. He is the author of four books on U.S. foreign policy, including Obama’s Unending Wars (Clarity Press, 2019) and The Russians Are Coming, Again, with John Marciano (Monthly Review Press, 2018). He can be reached at: jkuzmarov2@gmail.com.
For decades, the Pentagon and CIA have rewritten scripts and censored Hollywood films—with dire consequences for humanity. In 2012, Argo won the Academy Award for Best Picture. The film starred Ben Affleck as a CIA agent named Tony Mendez who poses as a Hollywood producer scouting locations in Iran. He helps...
History does not bring confidence that peace and genuine human equality will prevail on Planet Earth anytime soon Nevertheless, a new China century would likely be an improvement over the American, British and Spanish empires In early February, just before the start of the Ukraine War, Russian President Vladimir Putin and...
Burns scornfully smears as Russian propaganda evidence that the U.S. deceitfully provoked the invasion to generate a new Cold War CIA Director Bill Burns testified before the Senate Intelligence committee in early March that Russia and Vladimir Putin were “losing the information war over its war in Ukraine.” "In all my...
Billy Waugh Says He Wrote Recommendation to Drop Them on Mu Gia Pass Along Ho Chi Minh Trail on the North Vietnam-Laos Border He and other Special Forces operatives planned to parachute a nuclear device into area behind enemy lines and then detonate it Told General Vo Nguyen Giap’s son in...
The U.S. media and Washington political establishment has been unified in condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and in lauding the Ukrainian resistance. Censored reports from the Donbass in Eastern Ukraine, however, make clear that the war was started eight years ago by Ukraine–after its legitimate government was overthrown in a...
Deletion needed to preserve big lie of an unprovoked Russian invasion The National Endowment for Democracy (NED)—a CIA offshoot founded in the early 1980s to advance “democracy promotion” initiatives around the world—has deleted all records of funding projects in Ukraine from their searchable “Awarded Grants Search” database. The archived webpage captured February 25, 2022 from...
NED’s history should lead to it being renamed the “National Endowment for Attacking Democracy,” as journalist Stephen Kinzer suggests. On January 17, Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis, writing for the website Declassified UK, disclosed that the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), a nonprofit corporation funded by the U.S. Congress, had...
But Will the Strategy Succeed This Time? Jimmy Carter’s National Security Council adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski famously bragged about having induced a Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in December 1979 by supporting Islamic fundamentalists with the goal of “giving the Soviets their Vietnam.” The collateral damage of the war—the destruction of Afghanistan and...
Malcolm X was assassinated at the Audubon Ballroom on Feb. 21, 1965.
New Evidence May Implicate the New York Police Dept., the District Attorney, the FBI, and Even (Unthinkably) … On Sunday February 21, 1965, at 3:00 p.m., Malcolm X was gunned down at the Audubon Ballroom on Broadway and 166th Street in Manhattan while delivering a speech to an audience of about 400...
Already threatening war with Russia, the White House this month has unveiled a new imperial grand strategy for the Indo-Pacific that raises the prospects of war with China. The new strategy starts by repeating familiar clichés about America’s supposed humanitarian intentions in Southeast Asia and role in providing the security...