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West and MKO: a murderous alliance

Despite their boastful claims of being opposed to terrorism, the United States and its European cronies have long been the staunch supporters of criminal organizations such as MKO which has brutally slaughtered hundreds of Iranians during the 8-year war with Iraq and introduced itself as a murderous terrorist entity and the number one enemy of […]

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Islamophobia: Modern crusade against Muslims

Despite constituting a significant minority in the western countries, Muslims around the world are subject to disproportionate, unjustifiable bias. Such attitudes distance them from their most fundamental social rights by portraying them as extremists and fanatics. The group is represented as able to endanger the interests of Europe and America. As reported by the German […]

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US has nothing to offer Egyptians: Lawrence Freeman

Published on Jul 16, 2012 by PressTVGlobalNews Egyptians have welcomed US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by throwing tomatoes and holding protests as they view her visit an example of Washington’s meddling in the country’s internal affairs. Washington threw its weight behind the Hosni Mubarak regime for over three decades but now claims to support […]

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Is this Canada’s last summer?

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” Spanish philosopher George Santayana The best way to illustrate the assault of democratic totalitarianism on Canada is by way of historical analogy, but therein lies a problem. Learning from this particular history is a dangerous undertaking because our governments and media actively sabotage it. […]

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Declining Democracy

Total membership of political parties in the UK has declined, very steadily and inexorably, from about 3.3 million in 1968 to about 500,000 in 2010. That is even worse than it sounds because of course the population grew substantially in the same period. That is one of the fascinating facts in this report by Democratic […]

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A President with Ketchup, Fries and Religion, Please

On MSNBC’s “The Cycle,” panelists discussed the role of religion in presidential elections. They were talking about GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith and how it my have affected his presidential chances, when co-host Krystal Ball asked, “What if he were atheist?” S.E. Cupp, a self-declared atheist, surprised the panel by responding: “I would […]

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This is Not Pork

  This is not pork,” said William Daroff, Vice President for Public Policy for the Jewish Federations of North America.[1] He was referring to the fact that the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) awarded 97% of its 2012 allocation for nonprofit grants to Jewish organizations.  According to Daroff, the DHS makes the allocations based […]

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Fascism and Philo-Semitism: A Look at the Department of Homeland Security

Do fascism and philo-Semitism go hand-in-hand? It is an interesting question, and one could point to plenty of evidence in support of the affirmative side of the question. Take for instance Janet Napolitano. According to Wikipedia, the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security is a Methodist, and is also “of half Italian ancestry.” The […]

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Putin’s masked pleasantries

Mixed reactions characterise Vladimir Putin’s visit to Israel-Palestine, with Palestinians tired of empty words and Russia’s support for Bashar Al-Assad against the Syrian people” writes Khaled Amayreh in Bethlehem In a brief visit to Israel-occupied Palestine this week, Russian President Vladimir Putin sought to reassert Russian influence in the region, especially in Israel where more […]

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Bush and Chavez benefit from Paraguayan Putsch

Venezuela admitted as full member of the MERCOSUR On June 29, 2012, Venezuela was accepted as full member of MERCOSUR, while Paraguay was formally suspended due to the June 22 putsch. MERCOSUR is an EU-styled agreement between Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay; Venezuela had signed a membership agreement in 2006, but was unable to join […]

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Alawi Republic of Latakia Saves Syria

International conference to take place June 30, in Geneva, may get creative… This Saturday, June 30, 2012, the UN is hosting an international conference in Geneva in another attempt to find a peaceful solution to what is already defined by all as a fully fledged war in Syria. The ongoing military tie between the sides […]

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Egypt-Iran: an Alliance is Born

Opposing alliances create concentric rings around Eastern Mediterranean gas fields Egypt is back in the new version of the Great Game; in this century the race is not after the vast territories of Central Asia, but after the rich gas fields discovered in the Eastern Mediterranean. On Sunday, June 24, 2012, Mohamed Morsi was declared […]

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Murray McCully’s Middle East dreams and dramas

In his 22 June 2012 speech to the Otago Foreign Policy School, The Middle East unfolding: dreams and dramas in the early 21st century, New Zealand’s Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully spoke about what the New Zealand government sees as the strategic and economic significance of the Middle East to New Zealand. Syria Early in […]

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American-backed Putsch in Paraguay

“Legal but illegitimate,” Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa summarized the parliamentarian putsch that last Friday, June 22, 2012, resulted in the impeachment of Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo in a process that took just one day. The event has been condemned practically by all Latin American countries, most of them having declared that they will not recognize […]

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Gul’s Goal: Turkish F-4 downed by Syria

Byzantine at heart, the Rising Ottoman is planning to… Certain news create nostalgia for the times in which governments censored almost everything. Back then, one was spared the insulting attempts to manipulate public opinion by sheer lies told by governments. Yesterday, June 22, 2012, an American-made Phantom F-4 jet in service of the Turkish army […]

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Views from Venezuela: From Left to Right

As another fascist Franco takes the stage in the world conflict of greed versus social justice I write this report from Venezuela as a member of diverse research delegation of seven women from the USA who are visiting Venezuela to listen to the Venezuelan people about their lives in the new Bolivarian Republic. We are […]

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P5+1 and Iran talks in Moscow-Iran Today

Published on Jun 23, 2012 by PressTVGlobalNews- Very Interesting Must watch! On the 18th and 19th of June 2012 Iran and the P5+1 met in Moscow to discuss Iran’s nuclear program yet again. The participants sat down to talk 4 times in those two days, but the results could be summed up in one sentence. […]

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USA and Israel Extortion Croatia

Demand from Croatia to admit WWII crimes before joining European Union For a second I was so puzzled that I opened timeanddate.com just to make sure that today was June 22, 2012. Yet, the interview I had just read in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz seemed taken from the 1950s. Yesterday, former Under Secretary of State […]

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Assange: Patsy or Fool?

Wikileaks’ founder seeks refuge in Ecuador On June 20, 2012, Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa acknowledged that his country is considering giving political asylum to Julian Assange, WikiLeaks’ founder, who got temporary refuge at Ecuador’s embassy in London. Mr. Correa said that he will consult the UK, Sweden, and the US before deciding on Mr. Assange’s […]

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Chemical Countdown: Israel vs. Syria

Mutual chemical deterrence between Israel and Syria may be soon put to test Syria is not Libya; it is neither Egypt nor Tunisia. Despite the Western thinly-disguised attempt to destabilize the Syrian regime, the latter is still in power after roughly a year and a half. Neither the USA nor Israel had developed yet a […]

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The 14 Characteristics of Fascism

by Lawrence Britt Spring 2003 Political scientist Dr. Lawrence Britt recently wrote an article about fascism (“Fascism Anyone?,” Free Inquiry, Spring 2003, page 20). Studying the fascist regimes of Hitler (Germany), Mussolini (Italy), Franco (Spain), Suharto (Indonesia), and Pinochet (Chile), Dr. Britt found they all had 14 elements in common. He calls these the identifying […]

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Hamas, Fatah seek modus vivendi

originally published in Al-Ahram Weekly Hamas and Fatah are slowly edging towards a national reconciliation pact that would end more than five years of rift and division between the two largest political camps in occupied Palestine. Thanks to strong public pressure, the two groups began consultations to form a mutually accepted government, comprising “independent” ministers. […]

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Netanyahu Found Guilty by State Comptroller

“…essential and significant flaws” Today, June 13, 2012, Israel State Comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss published his report on the Israeli government behavior in the events related to Gaza’s Freedom Flotilla of May 2010. The publication timing was not casual, Mr. Lindenstrauss delayed the report as much as he could since there was no way he could […]

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Coming home to roost

When a larger power rules a smaller nation, some form of violent resistance is to be expected Miko Peled Predator droneThe past two weeks has seen an increasing media interest in America’s use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s), better known as drones. Medea Benjamin, writing in the Information Clearing House asks “Will Americans Speak Out […]

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Beware the Naked Women!

Originally published by Gillian Schutte on The South African Civil Society Information Service (sacsis.org.za) under Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 South Africa License. Picture credit: FEMEN protest in France courtesy of WikimediaIn April 2009 women stripped half naked and took to the streets of Ado-Ekiti (Nigeria) to protest the rerun governorship election. Protesting under the title […]

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The 1967-war revisited

Originally posted to the Palestinian Information Center 1967 – Palestinians crossing into Jordan Part-1 When Israel occupied the West Bank in 1967, I was ten years old. Then, I didn’t fully grasp what was happening to us. Arab radio stations transmitting from Cairo, Damascus and Baghdad had been galvanizing us into believing that Israel’s days […]

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Atomic Apocalypse-News Analysis-06-05-2012

Nuclear weapons are threatening global peace. A leading research body concludes nuclear states are quite unwilling to disarm. The reports also refer to Israel’s nuclear arsenal and issue that so far hasn’t let any kind of International scrutiny. On this edition of News Analysis we ask: how safe the world can be with more than […]

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Down with the Tinley Park Five!

I got an email from some Stalinists in New York calling for support for the ‘Tinley Park Five’, a group of people who are facing trial for allegedly assaulting ‘white supremacists’ holding a meeting in Chicago. “Eighteen anti-racists, with weapons in hand, confronted members of the Illinois European Heritage Association. Ten people were reportedly injured, mainly […]

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Syria Invasion imminent?-News Analysis

In Syria the armed opposition says that it no longer recognizes Kofi Anan’s seize fire plan. But it still is not clear who is responsible for violating it. Is Syria headed to civil war? And will there be a foreign military intervention? In another development a British newspaper has revealed that British Special Forces and […]

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Palestinian naivety

Originally posted to the Palestinian Information Center Deal or no deal?The recent agreement between Fatah and Hamas to patch up their differences is raising many eyebrows in Occupied Palestine and beyond. Discouraged by the numerous fiascos of the past, many Palestinians think the agreement will eventually evaporate into another disappointment. Others prefer to look at […]

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An Innocent Man: Abdelbaset Ali Mohammed Al-Megrahi (1952-2012)

December 21st 1988: PanAm flight 103 is blown up in mid air over the southern Scottish town of Lockerbie, all 259 passengers and crew on board are killed in the bombing, with debris from the blast claiming a further 11 lives on the ground. Framed for the terrorist attack, Libyan national, head of security for Libyan […]

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What Happened in Egypt’s Presidential Elections?

The Sacking of a Revolution by ESAM AL-AMIN Fifteen months after millions of Egyptians -led by the revolutionary youth- were united in their demand to end a corrupt and suffocating dictatorship, they were now divided as they headed to the polls in the last two days in order to elect a new president. During this […]

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Israel is a crime against humanity

Thanks to the fact that much of the western media deliberately avoids exposing Israeli criminality, probably for fear of being accused of anti-Semitism, much of the brutal ugliness of the Jewish state remains unknown to millions of Europeans and North Americans. This is the reason that many people in the west are still buying the […]

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The price of victory is our damned nation

De•mo•cra•cy— n. a system of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised directly by them or by their elected agents under a free electoral system. (dictionary.com) To•tal•i•tar•i•an•ism— n. a system of government that subordinates all aspects of its citizens’ lives to the authority of the state, with a single […]

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On “Israel’s Right to Exist”

When I posted Sharmine Narwani’s provocative article Excuse Me, But Israel Has No Right to Exist on Facebook, I got an inappropriate reaction from libertarians. It was summed up by one comment this way: No territorial State has the right to exist. They are all organisations against individual rights and liberties. This answer is true […]

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Rothschild Gold Fixers, Dubai & the Annunaki

It was during the 1980’s US/Saudi-financed mujahadeen offensive on the Afghan people that Dubai – one of the emirates comprising the United Arab Emirates (UAE) – became a duty-free port and drug money laundry, serving much the same role as Hong Kong had for the Illuminati banksters during the Vietnam War.  In 2007 Halliburton moved it’s […]

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CrossTalk: Farewell Israel? (ft. Norman Finkelstein)

Norman Finkelstein’s new book on the American Jewish community has been both widely praised and criticized by influential writers. So is the American-Jewish romance with Israel coming to an end? Are the American Jews known for their liberal views distancing themselves from Israel? Or is it simply an overstatement? Do they support the current Israeli […]

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Show is Over? ‘EU doomed even if Greece opts out’

Greece is edging even close to the Euro exit door – after the latest talks to form a government failed. There’ll be more on Tuesday, but markets have already been dropped in reaction, while other EU nations are scrambling contingency plans. The second-largest party in Greece is the latest to refuse to join a coalition […]

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“Juden Raus!” says Israel

Israel’s High Court of Justice orders to demolish West Bank outpost Beit El The Israeli administration has an uncontrollable weakness for George Orwell’s 1984; the best example is the 1982 Lebanon War which was named by the government “the War for the Peace of the Galilee.” The Hebrew possessive contraction brought together the two words […]

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Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal Day 3

The American government has issued an arrest warrant for American citizen Yonas Fikre, 33, who is seeking asylum in Sweden. This comes, after the Ethiopia-born resident of Portland, Ore, publicly alleged illegal detention and torture while in the United Arab Emirates – carried out at the behest of the FBI. The FBI response is predictable; […]

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Israeli secret contacts with the Muslim Brotherhood?

Allegations of the Israeli Rabbi Michael Melchior about having secret contacts with the Muslim Brotherhood, is it true or only expressing his wishes?   The idea of investigating ties connecting the Israeli occupation to the Muslim Brotherhood group emerged two years ago, when some Israeli leaders sowed rumours about opening secretive communication channels between them […]

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Time for a military coup in Israel

The mounting public criticism of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu by past and present members of the Zionist state’s defense and intelligence establishments triggered the recall of a comment made to me by one of its former Directors of Military Intelligence. The comment was: “If we had a government consisting of only former DMI’s, we’d […]

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Big Oil’s Central Asian Mafia

(Excerpted from Big Oil & Their Bankers: Chapter 17: Caspian Sea Oil Grab) According to Kurt Wulff of the oil investment firm McDep Associates, the Four Horsemen, romping in their new Far East pastures, saw asset increases from 1988-1994 as follows: Exxon Mobil- 54%, Chevron Texaco- 74%, Royal Dutch/Shell- 52% and BP Amoco- 54%. Big […]

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Israel Military Censor hits the USA

a multi-headed hydra reaches America’s East coast Unless one is standing in front of an attacking army, one has little chance of being hit by the military. Simply, in most situations military units have no jurisdiction over civilians. Military police can easily be spotted on Tel Aviv streets; yet they can’t speak to a civilian, […]

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Norway Muslims question focus on Breivik’s sanity

By JULIA GRONNEVET | Associated Press – Sat, Apr 28, 2012 OSLO, Norway (AP) — Muslim leaders in Norway say they are concerned that the anti-Islamic ideology of Anders Behring Breivik, the far-right fanatic now on trial for killing 77 people, is being overshadowed by questions about his mental state. The self-described anti-Muslim militant shocked […]

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Fear-Fuelling Conspiracies

Fear is pain arising from the anticipation of evil. –Aristotle I don’t believe in conspiracy theories. However I do believe in conspiracies. All that’s necessary is to have two or more conspirators conspiring to do something–anything–together. This includes every imaginable conspiracy, from a couple of kids conspiring to tease other kids, to thieves planning a […]

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Zionists Use al Qaeda to Attack Syria

It came as no surprise to students of Middle East history, when al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri called for the ouster of Syria’s “pernicious, cancerous regime,”.  Progressive Syria has been targeted by al Qaeda in the past, and is currently under attack by Islamists from the CIA/Mossad-trained Free Syrian Army. When al-Zawahiri headed Egyptian Islamic […]

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Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty Gassed-Out

New Nadir Reached in Sinai The Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company and the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation announced on April 23, 2012, that they are “terminating the Gas Supply and Purchase Agreement” with Israel since the East Mediterranean Gas Company failed its payments. The East Mediterranean Gas Company is an Israeli-Egyptian joint company that operates […]

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Signs of an America in Collapse

  In roughly the past week we’ve seen reports of deformed marine life, including eyeless shrimp, being found in the Gulf of Mexico; military Blackhawk helicopters frightening citizens in Chicago by conducting low-altitude drills in formation; members of the president’s Secret Service detail dallying with prostitutes; released photos of US soldiers posing with corpses; and […]

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