Author: Shane Quinn


Castro’s Unlikely Gratitude to the Fascist Dictator Franco

With an early dislike of America, General Franco provided an unexpected lifeline for the Cuban Revolution. Despite being a “rabid anti-Franquista” for many years, the Cuban leader Fidel Castro would develop some respect for Spain’s Fascist dictator, General Francisco Franco. Following Castro’s 1959 ousting of the American-backed tyrant, Fulgencio Batista, the […]




JFK’s Concealed History

John F. Kennedy’s legacy sees countless streets, buildings and statues emblazoned with his name across first world nations. Such unquestioning glorification has shielded much of the reality from public eyes, while reinforcing elite Western power. The successful results suggest one obvious thing: how remarkably successful propaganda can be, even when […]


The Emergence of International Terrorist Groups Has A Causal Relationship With Western Wars of Aggression

American and British diplomats thought Saddam Hussein spoke “with great warmth”, was “remarkable” and “pragmatic”. The United States may not have intentionally created ISIS, but the 2003 Iraq invasion laid the foundations for its emergence. Analysts such as Graham Fuller, a former CIA operations officer for 20 years, said the attack […]