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The Routine Of Obedience
"This film was absolutely WONDERFUL! It is
inspiring and maddening"
Authority & Expectations
provocative young veteran, Wray Harris,
unlocks the sufferings served by the Iraq
An American Indian Patriot"
live in a prisoner of war camp, that's why
they call it a reservation"
By Adam Curtis
bubble of certainty that has imprisoned us
in the west - and is now preventing us from
understanding what is really going on in the
Power of Nightmares
By Adam Curtis
In the past our politicians offered us
dreams of a better world. Now they promise
to protect us from nightmares.
we can solve the Palestinian-Israeli
“I simply got tired of western mainstream
media presenting the Palestinian-Israeli
issue as being complex."
Peled Debunks Jewish Myths
"If Anybody here, came hoping to hear a
balanced presentation, then they are going
to be sorely disappointed.
Indoctrination By Propaganda Works
Lifting the Veil:
Obama and the Failure of Capitalist
explores the historical role of the
Democratic Party as the “graveyard of social
The film connects financial collapse,
growing inequality and global oligarchy with
the sustainability of mankind itself.
Your Life Be a Friction to Stop the Machine
A brief and crucial history of the United
Most Honest Three and a Half Minutes of
Scene of the
new HBO series The Newsroom.
U.S. Helicopter Blasts Afghan Man to
As The Pilot Sings
'Bye, Bye Miss American Pie'
It is the horrific moment an Afghan man is
blown apart by a US missile.
The Power Principle
Simply brilliant. - This is
probably the best film ever made about
American foreign policy.
Public Perception - Psywar
The real battlefield is your mind.
Century of the Self
politicians and business learned to create
and manipulate mass-consumer society.
What are the forces that shape and
propel American militarism?
Norman Finkelstein: American Radical
Probing, definitive documentary about
Jewish-American political scientist Norman
A brief and
crucial history of the United States.
Secret Government: The Constitution in
Bill Moyer's 1987 scathing critique
of the criminal subterfuge carried out by
the Executive Branch of the United States
In The Balance : Jackson Browne
"You might ask what it takes
When you know that you've seen it before
Where a government lies to a people
And a country is drifting to war "
War - The Last White Hope
power and greed have corrupted not just drug
pushers and dope fiends, but an entire
American News Media Works In Favor Of Israel
of radical resistance to global capitalism
United States in fact keep Israel on its
feet? And how long will it continue to do
John Pilger: 'The
War on Democracy'
The story of
great power behind its venerable myths. It
allows us to understand the true nature of
the so-called war on terror".
'94: Invading Baghdad Would Create Quagmire
reveals the reasons why invading Baghdad and
toppling Saddam Hussein wouldn't be a great
tells the story of young soldiers who
thought they came home safely from the war,
Pilger: Truth Game
worldwide propaganda surrounding the nuclear
arms race is scrutinised.
The Road To
British Muslims tell the story of how they
came to be in US custody at Guantánamo for
over two years, and discuss the Kafkaesque
horrors that awaited them there
The Degradation And Murder Of Detainees":
A prisoner of the "war on terror"
disturbing allegations of mistreatment and
It reveals that
we may have grossly underestimated the speed
at which our climate is changing. At its
heart is a deadly new phenomenon.
Gore's Documentary on the dangers of climate
change and global warming
America Freedom to
Startling facts about our laws, raising critical
issues that Americans must consider if they are to be a
Despotism & Democracy :
Explains how societies and nations can be measured by
the degree that power is concentrated and respect for
the individual is restricted.
Obama Risks A
President Obama prefers
to risk a global catastrophe than to
stand up to the neocons, the liberal
hawks, the Israelis and the Saudis, a
dilemma that Daniel Lazare explains. -
October 02, 2015
The Mind of Mr. Putin
By Patrick J.
Perhaps it is time to climb down off our
ideological high horse and start respecting
the vital interests of other sovereign
“Forgets” About Western Terror
It goes without saying that the Empire has
no shame and no decency left. It boasts
about democracy and freedom, while it does
not even bother to wash the blood of tens of
millions off its hands. -
jihadists killed in Russia raids on Syria's Raqa:
"Last night, Russian strikes on the western edges of
Raqa city, and near the Tabqa military airport, killed
12 ISIL jihadists," Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman
said on Oct.2.
planes destroy ISIS headquarter in Syria:
Russian Defence Ministry said Friday that Sukhoi-34
airplanes have destroyed an ISIS command center and a
rebels training camp in Syria, Russian news agency
says U.S.-backed Free Syrian Army not a terrorist group:
Russia does not consider the U.S.-backed Free Syrian
Army rebels a terrorist group, and they should be part
of a political solution in Syria, Russian Foreign
Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Thursday after Russia was
accused of bombing the group.
demand Russia halt Syria strikes outside ISIS areas:
"We call on the Russian Federation to immediately cease
its attacks on the Syrian opposition and civilians and
to focus its efforts on fighting [ISIS]," said the
coalition, which includes the United States, major
European powers, Arab states and Turkey.
5? Europe, US split over who should sit at the table for
The Americans want any negotiations restricted to
themselves, the Russians, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.
State gaining ground on Golan border as moderate rebels
Spokesman says Free Syrian Army on verge of collapse in
southern Syria; units squeezed by Islamists and Assad’s
forces running out of arms and funds
says 17 "PKK rebels" killed in new curfew operation:
Turkish authorities today imposed a curfew in the mainly
Kurdish southeastern town of Silvan, saying 17 suspected
Kurdish militants had already been killed hours after
the military lockdown was enforced.
ISIL Terrorists Killed in Iraqi Police Offensives near
Chief of the Iraqi Federal Police Lieutenant General
Raed Shaker Jawdat said that 22 members of the ISIL
Takfiri terrorist group were killed and several more
were injured in the Iraqi police's operation in the
Eastern flanks of Ramadi, in Anbar province.
of Iraqis demonstrate as country's reforms move slowly:
With oil price decline, spending on the war against IS
and rampant corruption, poverty is a reality for a
growing number of Iraqis
Officials Say Rebels Trading Fire With Coalition Ships:
The Houthis have been in control of the strategic area
for several months and still control the vast majority
of the area near Bab al-Mandab, according to the
into Saudi Arabia 'war crimes' in Yemen shelved after
Human Rights Watch condemned the UN Human Rights
Council’s failure to create an “independent,
international” inquiry, saying Yemen’s people would
children in Yemen 'at risk of malnutrition':
Six months of violence in Yemen have left at least 505
children dead, 702 injured and more than 1.7 million at
risk of malnutrition, according to Unicef.
Netanyahu’s 44 seconds of silence at UN are being widely
mocked — ‘pathetic,’ ‘creepy’:
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu’s signature moment at the
United Nations today was his 44 seconds of silence to
indicate the world’s silence in the face of alleged
Iranian threats to Israel. Here’s video of it, posted by
the Prime Minister himself on Facebook:
Nigeria: Six Female Suicide
Bombers Kill 20 People In Maiduguri
: At least 20 people have been killed and 45 others
injured in multiple suicide attacks yesterday on
Maiduguri, the Borno State capital, according to a
village head speaking with SaharaReporters.
million going hungry as Ethiopia crisis worsens:
The number of hungry Ethiopians needing food aid has
risen sharply due to poor rains and the El Nino weather
phenomenon with around 7.5 million people now in need,
aid officials said Friday.
million people in Libya need protection, aid: UN:
Nearly half of the population of Libya people has been
affected by violence and needs protection and some form
of humanitarian aid, the United Nations says.
Libya is a
Haven for Criminals, Says Ban Ki-moon
Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon considered Libya
today as a haven for criminals and human traffickers and
asserted that violence turned that country into a place
of death, displacement and destruction.
30 militants killed in NWA air strikes:
Military authorities said on Thursday fighter jets of
Pakistan Air Force (PAF) had pounded sanctuaries of
militants in North Waziristan near the Afghan border,
killing 30 militants.
servicemen among 13 killed in Afghanistan
those killed were six U.S. soldiers, reported to be the
crew of the aircraft, another five civilian contractors
on board the plane, and two Afghans on the ground.
Says It Shot Down Crashed US C-130 In Afghanistan:
The Taliban claimed Friday to have shot down a US
military transport plane in eastern Afghanistan in a
crash that killed 11 people, as the battle for Kunduz
raged after the emboldened militants briefly seized the
hold out in northern Afghan city, district in northeast
Taliban fighters were holding out against Afghan troops
in Kunduz on Friday, a day after government forces
recaptured most of the northern city that had fallen to
the militants in their biggest victory of a 14-year
take another area in Afghanistan, parliament member
The Taliban takeover in Warduj province represents a new
setback for the Afghan government, after the group
reclaimed parts of the city of Kunduz earlier this week.
That was the biggest victory the Taliban has had in 15
years. Kunduz is a strategic hub on the main highway
between Kabul and Tajikistan.
of Calais Jungle shows bankruptcy of Western moral
Driving back from the infamous “Jungle” refugee camp in
Calais a fortnight ago, I questioned whether European
governments had a moral compass. What I saw with my very
own eyes was something that would stay with me forever
Million People Die Each Year Due to Contamination:
By the year 2050, the yearly death toll due to
contamination around the globe will double to 6.6
million, according to a recent study by international
scientists recently published by Nature magazine.
government challenges ruling Zunera Ishaq can wear veil
while taking oath of citizenship:
Stephen Harper’s ruling Conservative party, prone to
linking all things Islamic to ‘security’ fears, is going
to the Supreme Court to stop the Pakistani-born teacher
keeping her niqab on while receiving citizenship. Robert
Fisk reports on a pre-election storm
Minutes' used 'planted' questions, Clinton email says:
CBS's "60 Minutes" used questions "planted" by the State
Department in a 2011 interview with Wikileaks founder
Julian Assange, a State Department aide told Hillary
Clinton in a newly released email.
Cops Rupture Handcuffed Man’s Spleen, Laugh at Him, Take
Pics as He Lay Dying and Begging:
After rupturing the man’s spleen, the officers ignored
his pleas for medical attention for nearly two hours
while laughing at him off-camera and later lying to
investigators regarding the incident.
sends message: We are too broke to care about right and
It's not just a civil rights violation. It is not just a
public relations nightmare. It is not just an invitation
for worldwide scorn and an alarm bell to the Justice
Department. It is an affront to the very notion of
justice in a nation where one man one vote is as
precious as oxygen.
Record 94,610,000 Americans Not
in Labor Force; Participation Rate Lowest in 38 Years:
A record 94,610,000 Americans were not in the American
labor force last month -- an increase of 579,000 from
August -- and the labor force participation rate reached
its lowest point in 38 years, with 62.4 percent of the
U.S. population either holding a job or actively seeking
Dollar Sink After Weak Jobs Report Suggests Slowdown:
A weak report on the U.S. jobs market is sending the
stock market and the dollar lower.
Disaster: Only 142K Jobs Added In September With Zero
August Revised Much Lower: Putting it into perspective,
in 2015 job growth has averaged 198,000 per month,
compared with an average monthly gain of 260,000 in
2014. The recession is almost here.
lays off 450 workers at headquarters:
The announcement follows months of rumors about
headquarters cuts and arrived a month and a half after
Wal-Mart trimmed its annual earnings outlook as profits
Bombs Kill Shock
The media have suddenly
noticed that bombs kill an awful lot of
civilians. But only Russian bombs, of
‘Barrel Bomb’ Theme
Obama - denounced anyone
who doesn’t favor “regime change” in
Syria as advocating “support [for]
tyrants like Bashar al-Assad, who drops
barrel bombs to massacre innocent
In Case You Missed It
"Who armed the Syrians
who were fighting Assad?" - "Do you
really not understand who is fighting in
Syria? They are mercenaries" -
The Moral Rabbit
U.S. soldiers still
fighting in Afghanistan — are under
orders to be “culturally sensitive”
regarding . . . the sexual abuse of
Act Of Telling The Truth
From the confinement of a
room in the Ecuadorean embassy in
London, the courage of Julian Assange is
an eloquent response to the cowards who
have smeared him and the rogue power
seeking revenge on him. -
15 killed in Syrian
airstrikes against rebel-held areas:
Women and children were among those killed by the
strikes that targeted rebel-held areas in the
countryside of Homs, said the Syrian Observatory for
French raid on IS in Syria
'kills 12 child soldiers':
A Syrian activist group on Wednesday said France's
first air strike on Islamic State militants in
Syrian territory killed 30, including 12 child
soldiers. The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human
Rights said Sunday's strike on an IS camp in eastern
Syria had also wounded about 20 fighters.
Russian air strikes hit CIA-trained rebels:
Two Russian air strikes in Syria Thursday hit a
training camp operated by rebel groups that received
military training organised by the U.S. Central
Intelligence Agency (CIA) in Qatar and Saudi Arabia,
the commander of the group told Reuters.
Western-backed Syrian rebel group says hit by
Russian air strikes:
Russian air strikes in northwest Syria which Moscow
said targeted Islamic State fighters hit a rebel
group supported by Western opponents of President
Bashar al-Assad on Wednesday, wounding eight, the
group's commander said.
says Islamic State group not the only target in
Russian jets carried out a second day of strikes in
Syria Thursday, and some activists claimed that the
targets included rebels backed by the United States
as concerns grew about a conflict that has now drawn
in warplanes from the world's two most powerful
Claims Russian jets killed civilians in Syria
emerged before airstrikes started:
Reports of alleged casualties among civilians caused
by Russian airstrikes in Syria emerged even before
Russian warplanes were launched for their first
combat mission, President Vladimir Putin said,
branding such reports 'information attacks.'
Condemns US Airstrikes, Praises Russian Aerial
A presidential spokesperson accused the Washington
and their allies of violating Syria’s sovereignty
and international law.
Kurdish fighters welcome Russian strikes, demand
weapons for anti-IS fight:
The largest pro-Kurdish group fighting in Syria has
said it is ready to co-operate with Moscow, after
Russian jets began launching airstrikes in the
27 people killed in Iraq:
A total of 27 people were killed on Wednesday in
clashes with Islamic State (IS) militants and
U.S.-led coalition air strikes in Iraq's western
province of Anbar, a provincial security source
Peshmerga forces retake 12
villages from Daesh in Iraq:
Thousands of Kurdish Peshmerga forces have managed
to retake 12 villages in the northern Iraqi province
of Kirkuk from Daesh terrorists, after they mounted
an all-out ground offensive to drive out the
militants from the oil-rich areas.
Iraq PM open to Russian
airstrikes on Islamic State militants:
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi told FRANCE24
in an exclusive interview broadcast on Thursday that
he is open to allowing Russia to carry out air
strikes against Islamic State group militants in
U.S.-Backed Saudi Bombing
Campaign Blamed For Civilian Deaths In Yemen:
Two-thirds of the reported civilian deaths
during the conflict since March were caused by Saudi
Hadi loyalists claim capture
of key Yemen strait:
Houthis yet to confirm loss of Bab al-Mandeb,
strategic waterway through which much of Middle East
oil exports pass.
Two Israelis killed in West
The IDF believes the shooting was carried out from a
passing vehicle which fled the scene after the
attack, Channel 2 reports.
Watch: Stern Netanyahu's UN
speech : Video -
Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of the State of
Israel, at the general debate of the 70th Session of
the General Assembly of the United Nations
UK helped Saudi Arabia get UN human rights
role through 'secret deal' to exchange votes, leaked
The classified exchanges, published by The
Australian newspaper, allegedly suggest the UK
initiated the secret negotiations by asking Saudi
Arabia for its support.
Pakistani forces kills 25 "militants" in air
strikes, army says:
Pakistani forces killed 25 suspected "militants" in
air strikes on Thursday on northwestern strongholds
near the border with Afghanistan, the Pakistani army
forces recapture city center amid fierce clashes
Afghan troops recaptured the center of the strategic
northern city of Kunduz on Thursday amid fierce
clashes with Taliban militants, three days after
losing the provincial capital in a humbling defeat
for Kabul and its U.S. allies.
Pentagon's top Russia official resigns:
“She has advised three secretaries of defense on
Russia policy, providing steady counsel on how the
U.S. should respond to Russia's aggressive actions
and has been deeply involved in securing $244
million in support for Ukraine,” the official said.
Canadian military explored plan to fully integrate
forces with U.S.:
CBC News has learned that a Canadian military effort
to formally create integrated forces with the United
States for expeditionary operations included an even
more ambitious option — a plan to fully integrate
military forces, explored during a meeting with the
top generals from the two countries.
least 15 killed in US college shooting:
At least 15 people were killed and another 20
wounded at a shooting on Thursday at a community
college in Roseburg, Oregon, media reported.
says he'd send back Syrians taken in by U.S.:
'If I win, they're going back': "If I win, they're
going back." The billionaire businessman, said
during an hour-long speech that he was worried the
refugees, who have been fleeing their country after
years of civil war, could be disguised Islamic State
Sanders Is Outpacing Obama 2008 in Total
Bernie Sanders has raised more than $24 million over
the past three months of campaigning, according to
an early estimate provided to TIME by an aide, a
significant haul that exceeds the campaign’s initial
goals and reflects the Vermont Senator’s widespread
Medical students to participate in 'nationwide day
Students from the UNM School of Medicine will join
medical students from across the country Thursday in
a national "teach-in" and vigil, to remember
millions of Americans who remain uninsured,
underinsured and underserved by the current health
percent of Americans don’t trust their mass media -
A new Gallup poll has found that six in 10 Americans
say that their trust in mass media ranges from “not
very much” to “none at all.” Those surveyed were
asked about the media reporting the news fully,
accurately and fairly.
September 30, 2015
By Joe Lauria
President Obama, chastised Russia and China
for not abiding by the rules of
international behavior, a breathtaking
example of hypocrisy or self-deceit. -
Facts About The USA
To defeat the cancer, there's only one
possibility: a real military campaign
conducted by a real coalition including the
US, Russia, Iran, Turkey, Saudi Arabia. -
A Flagrant Liar For
To defeat the cancer, there's only one
possibility: a real military campaign
conducted by a real coalition including the
US, Russia, Iran, Turkey, Saudi Arabia. -
Medics: 131 killed in Saudi airstrike on Yemen
Officials at the hospital said at least 80 women were
killed, according to th
wedding attack: ‘Houthis don’t have fighter jets!’:
An airstrike allegedly carried out by Saudi Arabian
forces has killed at least 135 people at a wedding party
in Yemen. Who is to blame for the ongoing bloodshed and
what should be done to stop it?
Up Effort To Train Syrian Opposition Forces:
$500-million program had once been a linchpin of the
strategy to defeat ISIS but so far has proved a fiasco.
It was put on hold after a band of fighters turned over
their U.S.-supplied equipment to terrorists linked to al
strikes in Syria may draw Russian grousing, but little
Despite Putin’s reported critique of IDF shelling of
Assad’s forces, former ambassador to Moscow says it’s
business as usual in Golan Heights
Russia considers air strikes
against Isis in Syria:
Russia and the US agreed to open
lines of communication to avoid accidental military
conflict in the region Russia would conduct air strikes
only if they were approved by the United Nations, Mr
Putin also said.
U.S. official: Russia 'ready' to
launch airstrikes in Syria:
After several days of Russian familiarization flights,
there is no reason they could not begin, the official
added. And Russian drones have been collecting potential
targeting information in their flights. But the U.S.
doesn't know what the Russians have in mind and when
they will make a decision on airstrikes.
Wherever US used force bypassing
UN, countries suffered – Lavrov:
The US-led coalition is bombing Islamic State in Syria
with no UN Security Council mandate or invitation by
Damascus. Historically, whenever Washington used force
with no UN consent, they did great harm, Russian Foreign
Minister Sergey Lavrov
30 Kurdish militants killed in
cross border raids on Friday: Erdogan:
The cross-border operations on PKK have so far been
"very effective", Erdogan said, although he did not
elaborate, except to say that more than 2,000 militants
had been killed.
10 ISIS militants killed by
unknown snipers inside Mosul:
“Unidentified snipers targeted ISIS elements recently in
the neighborhoods of al-Intisar and al Faisaliah in the
city of Mosul, resulting in the killing of ten of them.”
7 killed in suicide attack, clash
with IS militants in central Iraq:"
- At least seven people were killed and 21 others
wounded on Tuesday in a suicide bomb attack near the
Iraqi capital Baghdad and a heavy clash with Islamic
State (IS) militants in the western province of Anbar,
security sources said.
Russian military experts arrive
in Iraq: Russia’s
newly formed alliance with Iraq, Iran and Syria in the
fight against the Islamic State, or ISIS, took a step
forward Monday with the arrival of military experts.
Iranian and Russian teams had already arrived in Iraq to
start preparing for the four-party alliance, said Hakem
al-Zameli, the head of Iraq’s National Security and
Does Riyadh's $70bn foreign
assets withdrawal spell trouble?:
Pressure from falling oil prices and the Saudi-led
coalition’s war in Yemen have pushed Saudi Arabia’s
central bank to withdraw some $70bn in assets, a string
of recent reports have said.
Saudi princes said planning
regime change: Senior
member of Saudi royal family urges coup against King
Israeli soldiers fired on
migrants at Egyptian border: Report:
Investigators are seeking to determine whether criminal
charges should be brought against soldiers who fired on
a group of 15 Sudanese asylum seekers, wounding three
and leaving one hospitalised in serious condition.
Abbas to give Israel ultimatum in
UN speech: Sources in
Ramallah say PA president will set deadline for
Jerusalem to ‘meet obligations’ or he’ll cancel Oslo
37 killed as fierce fighting
erupts in Central African Republic:
Fierce fighting between militia and U.N. peacekeepers
erupted in Central African Republic on Tuesday as
President Catherine Samba-Panza rushed back early from
the U.N. General Assembly in a bid to end days of
violence in which at least 37 people died.
More than 20 killed in Mozambique
gunbattle: government spokesman:
More than 20 people were killed in a shootout at the
weekend between Mozambican forces and gunmen in a convoy
carrying the leader of the main opposition party, a
government spokesman said on Tuesday.
From his office in cloud cuckoo land.
US President Barack Obama admits
mistakes in Libya, says West should have done more:
"Even as we helped the Libyan people bring an end to the
reign of a tyrant, our coalition could have and should
have done more to fill a vacuum left behind," Obama told
the United Nations General Assembly.
20 Taliban Insurgents Killed in
Reports received suggest that insurgents on Tuesday
torched the offices of the United Nations Assistance
Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), the Deutsche
Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) - a
German organization and other foreign offices in the
city. In addition, they reportedly captured a large
amount of military equipment.
Taliban shadow governor killed in
Kunduz with senior Pakistani militant:
Maulavi SalamTaliban group’s shadow governor for
northern Kunduz province was killed in an airstrike in
northern Kunduz province of Afghanistan, the Afghan
Taliban emir seeks to reassure
residents of Kunduz:
Shortly after the provincial capital of Kunduz city fell
to the Taliban earlier today, the jihadist group’s emir,
Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour, issued a statement that
urged residents not to worry and to cooperate with the
city’s new masters. The statement, reproduced below,
consists of five main points:
Afghan Taliban claims capture of
second town as security forces prepare to retake Kunduz:
The Afghan Taliban has claimed seizing key parts of
Yangi Qala district in the northern Takhar province
shortly after a major offensive in which Kunduz province
was captured. The insurgents continued their surprise
expansion even as Afghan forces prepared to retake the
Green Beret Kicked Out Of Army
For Attacking Brutal Afghani Child Rapist Breaks His
Silence: Sgt. 1st
Class Charles Martland, a Green Beret who has been
discharged from the Army for confronting a child rapist
in Afghanistan, came out swinging in his first public
statements saying, “Kicking me out of the Army is
morally wrong and the entire country knows it.”
17 Syrian refugees drowned off
Turkish coast: 17
Syrian refugees, including five children, drowned when
their boat sank, off Turkish coast. The refugees left
from the Turkish coastal town of Bodrum on 27 September
and headed to the Greek island, Kos.
'This speeds up procedure' - how
Hungary expels migrants:
- The court in the southern Hungarian town of Szeged has
shelved other criminal cases and is handing down
fast-track verdicts punishing migrants for unlawfully
crossing a razor-wire fence that lines the border with
Canadian military ponders
integrated force with U.S. to respond to hotspots:
The Canadian military has been working on a plan to
create with the United States a bi-national integrated
military force to deploy to hot spots around the world.
Americans' Trust in Media Remains
at Historical Low:
Americans' confidence in the media has slowly eroded
from a high of 55% in 1998 and 1999. Since 2007, the
majority of Americans have had little or no trust in the
South Dakota tribe to open nation's 1st
Santee Sioux leaders plan to grow their own pot and sell
it in a smoking lounge that includes a nightclub, arcade
games, bar and food service, and eventually, slot
machines and an outdoor music venue.
TV Ads Are About to Get Personal
With New Targeting Tools:
Using data from cable set-top boxes that track TV
viewing, credit cards and other sources, media companies
including Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal, Time Warner
Inc.’s Turner and Viacom Inc. are trying to compete with
Web giants like Google Inc. and Facebook Inc. and help
marketers target their messages to the right audience.
September 28, 2015
Vladimir Putin 60
"There is no other
solution to the Syrian crisis than
strengthening the effective government
structures and rendering them help in
Speaking Lies to
The Pope gave a speech to
a joint session of the US congress.
It is worth examining the lies of
commission and the lies of omission. -
killed in bomb attacks, clashes with IS militants in
A total of 35 people were killed on Monday in bomb
attacks and clashes with Islamic State (IS)
militants in Iraq's western province of Anbar,
security sources said.
Missile kills 17 in Syrian rebel enclave:
Seventeen people - mostly civilians - have died
after the Syrian army fired a missile into the last
rebel-held neighbourhood in the central city of
Homs, a monitoring group says.
Israel strikes Syria military
posts after errant rocket hit its territory:
"This is the second time in the past two days errant
fire from the Syrian Armed Forces landed in Israeli
territory," according to the statement. In response,
IDF artillery targeted two Syrian army posts in the
central Syrian Golan Heights.
Putin: No plans 'right now'
to send Russian troops to Syria:
The Russian leader, also sharply criticized U.S.
military support for Syrian rebels, describing it as
not only illegal but counterproductive.
Russia builds up Syria
airbase as US policy suffers setback:
Moscow pressed its military buildup at a new airbase
in Syria Saturday, as Washington admitted rebels it
trained surrendered ammunition and equipment to
Al-Qaeda in a fresh US policy setback.
U.K.'s Cameron Open to
Keeping Syria's Assad in Power in Short Term:
British Prime Minister David Cameron is open to
keeping Syrian President Bashar Assad in power in
the short term while a unity government is formed in
the country, the Sunday Telegraph newspaper reported
Poll: Majority of Americans
Oppose White House Plan to Accept 10K Syrian
Americans are hardly thrilled with the Obama
administration’s plan to take in 10,000 Syrian
refugees, according to a new Quinnipiac poll:
Turkey won't host 'inhumane'
migrant processing centre: PM:
Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Monday
ruled out creating a processing centre for the
thousands of mostly Syrian migrants trying to enter
Europe from Turkish territory, calling instead for
them to be hosted in "safe zones" inside Syria.
Death toll from Saudi strike
at Yemen wedding rises to 38:
Death toll from two airstrikes by a Saudi-led
coalition targeting Yemen's Shiite rebels that
mistakenly struck a wedding party on Monday rose to
38, Yemeni security officials said.
Saudi security forces kill 2,
arrest 3 in anti-terror raids:
The Interior Ministry said those targeted in the
raid belonged to an affiliate of the extremist Daesh
group linked to an attack in Abha, 560 kilometres
south of Makkah.
Erekat: Netanyahu to be held
responsible for crimes under new open-fire rules:
“The Israeli government continues to incite against
Palestinian lives, with a culture of hate that
dehumanizes a whole nation. Israel continues to
ignore and gravely break its obligations under
international law,” Erekat said.
Video shows IDF soldiers
attacking AFP photographers:
WATCH: The video shows the soldiers pushing the
photographers and smashing their cameras on the
In Gaza, no figures can
express the sorrow:
I don’t know if pain can destroy or fortify, I only
know that pain changes everything. I also know that
the recollection of such suffering shall remain, has
to remain in my memory.
Democratic Republic of Congo:
13 killed as gunmen attack salary convoy of civil
According to a military source and the Trust
Merchant Bank, which was tasked with transporting
the funds, 11 soldiers escorting the convoy and two
civilians were killed.
‘10 killed’ in Benghazi
clashes between Libya army, jihadists:
Seven jihadists of the Islamic State of Iraq and
Syria (ISIS) group and three soldiers of Libya’s
recognised government died in weekend clashes in the
eastern city of Benghazi, military and medical
sources said Sunday.
U.K. to Send Troops to Help
Stabilize Somalia and South Sudan:
Great Britain will contribute troops to support U.N.
and African Union peacekeeping operations in Somalia
and South Sudan in order to counter terrorism and
mitigate migration, Prime Minister David Cameron
said on Monday.
22 killed as Taliban storms
Afghanistan's Kunduz city:
At least 22 people, largely militants, were killed
after Taliban fighters attacked Kunduz city, the
capital of Afghanistan's northern Kunduz province
early Monday, in an effort to seize the city's
control, authorities said.
Taliban free hundreds of
fighters from jail in north:
Taliban insurgents broke into the main prison in
Afghanistan's northern city of Kunduz on Monday,
freeing hundreds of fellow Islamist fighters hours
after militants captured much of the city, two
security officials said.
Putin: All countries should
respect Ukraine’s sovereignty:
The sovereignty of all states, including Ukraine,
should be respected, Russian President Vladimir
Putin told CBS’s ‘60 Minutes,’ stressing that he
knows “for sure” that the US was involved in the
ouster of President Yanukovich in 2014.
DARPA is implanting chips in
soldiers’ brains, according to this new book:
For decades, DARPA, the secretive research arm of
the Department of Defense, has dreamed of turning
soldiers into cyborgs. And now it’s finally
Shell abandons Alaska Arctic
giant’s US president says hugely controversial
drilling operations off Alaska will stop for
‘foreseeable future’ as drilling finds little oil
Mutations found in sea life
along US West Coast
— Deformed spines, brains, hearts, eyes reported by
officials — Malformations include extra brain lobes,
hunchbacks, parts of face missing, unusual limbs
September 27, 2015
Syria Turns The
Israel has been told to
go back into its corner and to shut up.
It has no longer any role in Syria.
airstrike kills 25 civilians in Yemen: Residents:
A Saudi airstrike in the Yemeni village of Bani Zela
in the northwestern province of Hjjah kills at least
25 civilians, mostly women and children, residents
and medics say.
Missile kills 17 in rebel enclave in Syria's Homs:
Four children and four women were among the dead in
Saturday's strike, the Syrian Observatory for Human
steps up Syria support 'to stop fall of Assad':
Federica Mogherini's comments on Saturday follow
reports that 500 Russian troops have been deployed
to a forward operating base in the Syrian port city
support for Syria rebels illegal, Putin says:
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday branded
U.S. support for rebel forces in Syria as illegal
and ineffective, saying U.S.-trained rebels were
leaving to join Islamic State with weapons supplied
Assad’s enemies may be portrayed as opposition, but
he fights terrorists – Putin:
He pointed out that, from Russia’s point of view,
there is only one regular army in Syria – the army
of President Bashar Assad. “And he is confronted
with what some of our international partners
interpret as an opposition. In reality, Assad’s army
is fighting against terrorist organizations,” Putin
Russia, Iran and Syria coordinate against ISIL:
While Iraq has officially announced it is sharing
intelligence with Russia, Syria and Iran, the
cooperation is not new.
Chinese Navy sets off for Syria: Russian
Senator Igor Morozov, "It is known, that China has
joined our military operation in Syria, the Chinese
cruiser has already entered the Mediterranean,
aircraft carrier follows it," Morozov said.
Cameron hints he could work with Putin to defeat
The British PM is ready to cooperate with Russia to
defeat the Islamic State, a spokesperson for Prime
Minister David Cameron has said. Simultaneously, an
unnamed government source told the Sunday Telegraph,
that Downing Street did not rule out keeping Assad
in power in the short term.
of foreign fighters in Syria has doubled in past
year - report:
The figures cited by the New York Times show that
the international efforts aimed at tackling the
jihadist threat have largely failed to stop the flow
of new foreign fighters seeking to join terror
groups in Syria and Iraq.
calls Saudi king to discuss Syria conflict:
In a telephone conversation at Russia's behest, the
two men "exchanged views on regional security
matters, first and foremost, in the context of
finding ways to settle the conflict in Syria", a
statement posted to the Kremlin's website said.
Daesh executes ten attempted
deserters in Iraq:
Daesh has reportedly executed nearly a dozen of its
own members in Iraq’s embattled western province of
Anbar after the latter sought to break away from the
Baghdad coordination center
aimed at fighting ISIS - Lavrov:
The purpose of setting up a coordination center of
Russia, Iraq, Iran and Syria in Baghdad is to
coordinate the efforts in the fight against ISIS,
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said.
to buy Russian aerospace equipment and planes worth
Tehran will pay $21 billion for satellite equipment
and Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ-100) passenger aircraft
from Russia, an Iranian official told Sputnik news
Africa says 1 peacekeeper killed in Sudan ambush:
The South African military says one of its troops
was killed in Sudan's Darfur region when rebels
there ambushed a South African unit that is part of
a U.N.-African Union peacekeeping mission.
bomb blast kills 10 in Afghanistan:
A bomber on a motorbike on Sunday detonated his
explosives in a soccer stadium in the east of the
province. Latest reports say at least 10 people have
been killed and over a dozen others badly wounded in
militants kill 3 police: Afghan official:
An Afghan official says ISIS gunmen have attacked
checkpoints in Nangarhar, killing three police in
the group's first attack on security forces in the
Ukrainian soldier killed in mine blast in rebel
"Yesterday near Gorlivka, one Ukrainian soldier was
killed and one injured. It was a result of a mine
explosion," military spokesman Oleksandr Motuzyanyk
told journalists, referring to a city about 30
kilometres (18 miles) from the rebels' de facto
Refugees killed after boat sinks off Turkish coast:
The boat was carrying 37 people, 20 of whom were
rescued, when it sank in the Aegean Sea, Anadolu
Venezuela's Maduro: Capitalism is Behind World
The key to eradicating world poverty and increasing
sustainability is to empower the poor and allow
nations to maintain their sovereignty, said Maduro.
Iran: The Real
Story Versus the Cover Story:
Mark H Gaffney
The American people need to know the
truth. This is a phony crisis
Blueprint of the PNAC Plan for U.S. Global Hegemony
Some people have compared it to Hitler's publication of
Mein Kampf, which was ignored until after the war was