Garry Leech

Garry Leech is an independent journalist and author of numerous books including Ghosts Within: Journeying Through PTSD (Roseway Publishing, 2019), How I Became an American Socialist (Misfit Books, 2016), Capitalism: A Structural Genocide (Zed Books, 2012); The FARC: The Longest Insurgency (Zed Books, 2011,  Beyond Bogota: Diary of a Drug War Journalist in Colombia (Beacon Press, 2009); and Crude Interventions: The United States Oil and the New World Disorder (Zed Books, 2006).  He also teaches international politics at Cape Breton University in Nova Scotia, Canada.  

Old White Men Like Me Need to Shut Up and Step Aside

I Declare Myself President of the United States of America

Trump and the USMCA: From Free Trade to Gassing Migrants

Business as Usual: Washington’s Regime Change Strategy in Venezuela

US Americans Are Not the Only Americans

The Ghosts Within: a Journalist’s Struggle with PTSD

Islamic Extremism is a Product of Western Imperialism

Obama’s Cuba Visit Illustrates US Arrogance

Terrifying Ted and His Ultra-Conservative Vision for America

Why America’s Next President Will Not Be a Socialist

The Hypocrisy of Obama’s Gun Control Crusade

The Elephant in the Room: Capitalism and Sustainable Development

Redefining Socialism in Cuba

Correcting the Zionist Narrative of Israel

Why Israel Should Not Exist

A Canadian in Occupied Palestine

Revolution in the United States

Obama Rewrites History at the UN

The Beheading of James Foley

America’s New Apartheid

Behind the Lies About Venezuela’s Protests

Washington Seeks Regime Change in Venezuela

Distorting Poverty to Promote Capitalism

Colombia Develops New Strategy Against the Left

Let the Revolution Begin

The Bias of Human Rights Watch