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The Military Industrial Complexity

The Military Industrial Complexity Clive Hambidge (Part 1) “Congress shall make no law … abridging … the right of the people peaceably … to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” It is a pernicious fact that “Pentagon contracts awarded in the 2000s have been concentrated in the hands of just five contractors- Lockheed […]

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Yemen corruption wall stands strong in the face of the Arab Spring

As Yemen Minister of Religious Endowments and Guidance, Hamoud Abad announced the launch of a national anti-corruption campaign, entitled, “Together to fight all forms and types of ill-gotten gains,” one activist is fighting alone against injustice, overpowered and outnumbered for those who ought to support him, have instead deserted him. Mogib Hassan, a prominent rights […]

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Samarra siege – the unreported killing of Shia Muslims in Iraq

While international media have reported on the surge of violence which, since last Wednesday at dawn, has plagued Samarra, an Iraqi city lying directly north of the capital, Baghdad, in what is known as the Sunni triangle, few have actually spoken of the true nature of the clashes. Samarra which is a predominantly Sunni city, […]

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Administrative Detention: Unfair, Unjust and Illegal

Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Newark, Samidoun is taking the leading edge on the issue of Palestinian prisoners on their hunger strike inside Israeli jails. According to the group’s website, On April 24, 2014, approximately 90 Palestinians held in Israeli jails launched a hunger strike. These Palestinians are held under administrative detention, a policy under which Palestinians […]

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Rights activists’ calls for help remain ignored

A veteran activist who has seen his life and safety be put on the line often due to his advocacy work and determination to see Yemen’s most influential figures held responsible for their actions, Mogib Hassan said to have been chocked at Yemen rights community’s apathy and sheer disinterest to his appeal. As AWAMinternational relation […]

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Bahrain anti-Shia policy takes sombre turn as children become targets

As most of the world’s media remain forever silent before the atrocities and infringement on human rights which Bahrain regime imposes on its people, Shia Rights Watch – prominent rights organization in the defence of the world Shia community – strongly condemned King Hamad bin Issa Al Khalifa for allowing the judicial authorities to persecute […]

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Sowing religious tensions in Bahrain as a defence strategy – a King’s tale

Amid yet more reports of grave human rights violations against Bahrain Shia community, a rather worrying development has come to light in the kingdom island as King Hamad bin Issa Al Khalifa is attempting to sow discord amid the Christian and Shia Muslim community, intent on pitting two friendly and traditionally peaceful communities against each […]

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Saudi Arabia professes a regime of terror against the Shia community

  While 2011 certainly marked a sudden increase in violence against Saudi Arabia’ Shia community, human rights violations and acts of anti-Shiism have been many over the past decades, a by-product of Al Saud tyrannical rule and dogma. Treated as social pariah in their homeland, Saudi Arabia’ Shia Muslims continue to endure the most vicious […]

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Questions of Power and Slavery

Questions of Power and Slavery Clive Hambidge “If it’s a neurotic superpower you’re looking for, then America’s your one”  Robert Kagen    “In questions of power, let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution.” All governments encroach, creep into our lives, and […]

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Activists in Bahrain denounce anti-Shia Policies

Early last week political activists affiliated with Bahrain’s opposition groups delivered a letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki moon calling for his office to take a stand against Bahrain’s systematic targeting of the Shia community. Ever since Bahrainis rose against the government in 2011, emboldened by the Arab Spring, to demand social and judicial […]

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Yemen’s Information War

Increasing access to the Internet and civil activism are eroding the government’s attempts to control the media, but also offer a new lifeline to extremists Regardless of their political affiliation, ever since the events of 2011, Yemenis have lobbied for stronger, more modern civil institutions, keen to see the reforms so many of their compatriots […]

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Dolgyal followers making baseless allegations: Sikyong of Tibet

  Dharamshala: – Mainly non-Tibetans who associated with the propitiation of Dolgyal are making baseless allegations against His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Dr Lobsang Sangay, Sikyong or the democratically-elected political leader of the Tibetan people said in a statement dated May 8, Thursday. ‘The Central Tibetan Administration strongly condemns the protests against His Holiness the […]

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World War I : A Century of Carnage

ROTHSCHILD’S WAR “Corral the 50 wealthiest Jews and there would be no war”. Henry Ford Event: World War I (28th July 1914- 11th November 1918) Death toll: Approximately 37 million people. Outcome: Great Empires dismantled (i.e. Ottoman, Russian, German, Austro-Hungarian). Rothschild central bank becomes the dominant world power with Britain, the United States, Russia and […]

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Why freedom of speech matters: The silenced struggle in Tibet

Dharamshala: – Despite strong international criticism for the lack of press freedom and freedom of speech, including Internet access, in Chinese-occupied Tibet, Chinese officials have claimed that the number of people with access to the internet in the Himalayan region was “2.03 million at the end of 2013,” according to a recent report by state […]

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More threats from Palestine’s nasty neigbour

Israel to extract a heavy price if Palestinians join UN bodies, says minister US-brokered negotiations with Israel, which started on 29 July 2013 and were to last nine months, are nearing their ignominious end. And Israel, the serial defaulter that it is, has reneged on the agreed release of 104 pre-Oslo prisoners in exchange for […]

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Chinese colonialism in Tibet causes cultural identity crisis

Dharamshala: – Many argue that there are two important reasons for China to invade Tibet: The first being the ability to access the vast amount of natural resources from the Himalayan region. The second is to have a buffer of land separating China from every possible threat. Although many people still struggle with these reasons […]

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Jewish Organized Crime: “Sophistication and Savagery”

Jewish organized crime in Israel, the US, Russia, the Ukraine and the world is described in one of the few reports published in the MSM (which addressed only one of its “fields of endeavor,” human trafficking) as characterized by sophistication and savagery. Hollywood as well as the media in the US have successfully peddled the […]

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The Do Nothing Peace Machine: Why Zionism Negates Peace

In 2010 I edited The Plight of the Palestinians: a Long History of Destruction, a collection of articles by world renowned writers who unveil the genocide taking place in Palestine by the occupying power in this “advanced” civilization of 2014, a slow water torture of constant humiliation, destruction and death as the world watches and […]

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Israel’s Geography Doubletalk

The Map That Doesn’t Exist by Gordon Duff and PressTV The Real Map of Israel/Palestine Editor’s note:  Since this article was published on Press TV, Google has emptied their files of dozens of articles and maps that clearly outline the basis for settlement, the map above, one that has become, in itself, “an endangered species.” – […]

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Palestinian Declaration

Re-posted from Poetry for Palestine at the suggestion of Scott Free who felt this might be a good place to run the “Palestinian Declaration” and generate some discussion. To see the growing list of signatures visit Poetry for Palestine on the link above. Originally posted by Nahida Exiled Palestinian on January 19, 2014 PLEASE SIGN  THIS […]

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Dieudonée and the Global Jewish Assault on Free Speech

“To smile when confronted with the most severe oppression, is an act of Resistance rooted in unparalleled beauty.” ~ Jonathan Azaziah         Don’t Laugh! It’s “Anti-Semitic”! – International Zionism’s Crusade Against Dieudonné and The Global Jewish Assault On Freedom of Speech Is it not astounding, nay, the very apogee of mind-boggling, that […]

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Saffron Terror: Israel’s monks target Rohingya Muslims to Destabilize China.

Myanmar–Burma, Arakan region, Rakhine state, 15th January 2014: Buddhist monks massacred 35 Rohingya Muslims, 30 of whom were local girls aged between 12-17. There were over 800,000 Muslims living in Rakhine, which has now been turned into a lawless Suddetenland cut off from the rest of the country. State sanctioned lynch mobs have martyred many […]

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