Articles by Institute for Public Accuracy
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Newly Revealed Documents Show Syrian Chemical “Attacks Were Staged”
Institute for Public Accuracy – TRANSCEND Media Service, 27 May 2019
21 May 2019 – An internal engineering assessment by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons undermines claims justifying U.S. attacks on Syria last year; many claimed that the Syrian government had launched a chemical weapons attack on Douma on April 7. Theodore Postol, professor of science, technology, and international security at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, provided the Institute for Public Accuracy with his initial assessment of the newly revealed OPCW document.→ read full article
Ebola: Are U.S. Bioweapons Labs the Solution, or the Problem?
Institute for Public Accuracy – TRANSCEND Media Service, 3 Nov 2014
“If, as the Liberian press is claiming, this outbreak of Ebola is from one of the labs in West Africa run by the Center for Disease Control, it could be an unprecedented human disaster. Recall that the 2001 weaponized anthrax attacks were traced to a U.S. government lab.→ read full article
War Made Easy: How Presidents & Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death
Institute for Public Accuracy – TRANSCEND Media Service, 14 Jan 2013
A Media Education Foundation production. Featuring Norman Solomon. Narrated by Sean Penn. War Made Easy cuts through the dense web of spin to probe and scrutinize the key “perception management” techniques that have played huge roles in the promotion of American wars in recent decades. This guide to disinformation analyzes American military adventures past and present to reveal striking similarities in the efforts of various administrations to justify, and retain, public support for war.→ read full article
Rowley, McGovern and Ellsberg — Statement on Wikileaks, June 18 2010
Institute for Public Accuracy-IPA – TRANSCEND Media Service, 21 Jun 2010
The following statement was released today by Coleen Rowley, an FBI whistleblower who was one of Time Magazine’s people of the year in 2002; Ray McGovern, CIA analyst for 27 years; and Daniel Ellsberg, who leaked the Pentagon Papers (top-secret government documents that showed a pattern of governmental deceit about the Vietnam War):→ read full article