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Number Of Iraqis Slaughtered In US War And Occupation Of Iraq "1,455,590"


Number of U.S. Military Personnel Sacrificed (Officially acknowledged) In U.S. War And Occupation Of Iraq 4,801

Number Of International Occupation Force Troops Slaughtered In Afghanistan : 3,476

Cost of War in Iraq & Afghanistan

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Obey: The Routine Of Obedience

"This film was absolutely WONDERFUL! It is inspiring and maddening"

Authority & Expectations

Smart and provocative young veteran, Wray Harris, unlocks the sufferings served by the Iraq war.

"I Am An American Indian Patriot"

"We live in a prisoner of war camp, that's why they call it a reservation"

A Pantomime World

By Adam Curtis

A fake bubble of certainty that has imprisoned us in the west - and is now preventing us from understanding what is really going on in the world outside.

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.

“How we can solve the Palestinian-Israeli problem”,
  “I simply got tired of western mainstream media presenting the Palestinian-Israeli issue as being complex."

Miko Peled Debunks Jewish Myths

"If Anybody here, came hoping to hear a balanced presentation, then they are going to be sorely disappointed.

"Political Fraud"

Indoctrination By Propaganda Works

Lifting the Veil:
Obama and the Failure of Capitalist Democracy

This film explores the historical role of the Democratic Party as the “graveyard of social movements”.

Surviving Progress

The film connects financial collapse, growing inequality and global oligarchy with the sustainability of mankind itself.

Let Your Life Be a Friction to Stop the Machine

A brief and crucial history of the United States

The Most Honest Three and a Half Minutes of Television. Ever......?

Scene of the new HBO series The Newsroom.

U.S. Helicopter Blasts Afghan Man to Pieces...
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.

Managing Public Perception - Psywar

The real battlefield is your mind.

The Century of the Self

How politicians and business learned to create and manipulate mass-consumer society.

Why We Fight

What are the forces that shape and propel American militarism?

Norman Finkelstein: American Radical

Probing, definitive documentary about Jewish-American political scientist Norman Finkelstein

Stop the Machine!!!!!:
A brief and crucial history of the United States.

The Secret Government: The Constitution in Crisis

Bill Moyer's 1987 scathing critique of the criminal subterfuge carried out by the Executive Branch of the United States Government

Lives In The Balance : Jackson Browne

"You might ask what it takes to remember
When you know that you've seen it before
Where a government lies to a people
And a country is drifting to war "

American Drug War - The Last White Hope

How money, power and greed have corrupted not just drug pushers and dope fiends, but an entire government.

How American News Media Works In Favor Of Israel
The Fourth World War

Documentary of radical resistance to global capitalism

The Israel Lobby

Does the United States in fact keep Israel on its feet? And how long will it continue to do so?

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".

Dick Cheney '94: Invading Baghdad Would Create Quagmire

Dick Cheney reveals the reasons why invading Baghdad and toppling Saddam Hussein wouldn't be a great idea.

Poison DUst

Poison DUst tells the story of young soldiers who thought they came home safely from the war, but didn't.

John Pilger: Truth Game

The worldwide propaganda surrounding the nuclear arms race is scrutinised.

The Road To Guantanamo

Three young 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


"I Witnessed The Degradation And Murder Of Detainees":

A prisoner of the "war on terror" disturbing allegations of mistreatment and murder.

Global Dimming

It reveals that we may have grossly underestimated the speed at which our climate is changing. At its heart is a deadly new phenomenon.

 An Inconvenient Truth

Al Gore's Documentary on the dangers of climate change and global warming


America Freedom to Fascism

Startling facts about our laws, raising critical issues that Americans must consider if they are to be a free people.


Despotism & Democracy : Video

Explains how societies and nations can be measured by the degree that power is concentrated and respect for the individual is restricted.














































































































































































































































































































The Forgotten Coup
How America and Britain Crushed the Government of Their 'Ally', Australia

By John Pilger

Australian politics never recovered, nor did the nation regain its true independence.

Canada to Speed Up Plans to Toughen Security Laws: PM Harper

By Reuters

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Thursday the government will expedite plans to give more powers of detention and surveillance to security agencies in the wake of an attack on Parliament.

In Defense of Extremism

By Ted Rall

No one calls themselves a terrorist; no group calls itself extreme. When you see those words in print or spoken by a broadcaster, therefore, you know you are looking at a smear, an insult, lazy shorthand masquerading as argument.

IS, Kobane and the Gains on the Euphrates River Front

By Bill Law

Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi, the self-proclaimed caliph of the Islamic State (IS) is showing himself to be a shrewd and effective military strategist.

Phantoms of the Past
Britain’s Vote on Palestine is a Nonstarter

By Ramzy Baroud

The British government, despite strong protestation of its people, still behaves towards Israel as if the latter were a law-abiding state with a flawless human rights records.

Occupy the Synagogue

By Michael Lesher

How can religious Jews escape the sin of complicity if we allow their abuse of our shared religion to pass without protest?

One My Lai a Month

By Robert Koehler

A bad war is nothing but trouble for those who want to wage the next one. It took a generation of retooling before the military-industrial economy was able to launch the war on terror, which itself no longer has massive public support.

‘Cleansing The Stock’
And Other Ways Governments Talk About Human Beings

By George Monbiot

Those in power don’t speak of ‘people’ or ‘killing’

The Entry of Ebola into the US Has Hallmarks of a Planned Happening

By Paul Craig Roberts

The U.S. government has long known this outbreak was coming but did nothing to warn the public.

Chilling Free Speech

By Andrew P. Napolitano

We never before have seen in modern times a president like the present one. He has descended into a totalitarian darkness.

Hollow Justice and Courts of Order in an Age of Government-Sanctioned Tyranny

By John Whitehead

Justice in America makes less sense with each passing day.

Happy Black Thursday
Do Tumbling Buybacks Signal Another Market Crash?

By Mike Whitney

The same thing happened in the run-up to the Crash of 1929.

US-led Syria strikes kill 521 fighters and 32 civilians: US-led air strikes against Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria have killed 553 people since September, UK-based activists say. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says 464 IS fighters, 57 other militants and 32 civilians have died.

Turkey: 200 Peshmerga being sent to Kobane: The Turkish president has said he is expecting 200 Kurdish Peshmerga fighters will head from Iraq to the besieged Syrian town of Kobane through Turkey after authorities agreed their passage.

Syrians to be trained to defend territory, not take ground from jihadists, officials say: Although moderate Syrian fighters are deemed essential to defeating the Islamic State under the Obama administration’s strategy, officials do not believe the newly assembled units will be capable of capturing key towns from militants without the help of forward-deployed U.S. combat teams.

32 IS militants killed in attacks on two towns in Iraq's Anbar: Iraqi security forces and allied tribal fighters repelled attacks by Islamic State (IS) militants on two towns in the western province of Anbar, leaving more than 32 militants

6 ISIS militants killed in eastern Fallujah by Iraqi Special Forces: “An army troop from the special rapid intervention units killed 6 ISIS militants and destroyed an armored vehicle that belonged to them in eastern Fallujah.”

US weighs 'Iraqi request for more advisers': Senior US officials have said they are considering an Iraqi request for more American military advisers to help Iraqi security forces in their campaign against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group.

Iraqi officials call for U.S. to step up airstrikes, military aid: The Iraqi complaints signal growing tension between Baghdad and Washington over the pace of the U.S. military operation, which has concentrated airstrikes in neighboring Syria even as car bombs and suicide attacks, many in Baghdad, have killed more than 200 Iraqis in the last week alone.

Iraq loses control of chemical weapons depot to ISIS militants: The Iraqi government has informed the United Nations that it has lost control of a former chemical weapons depot to Islamist insurgents affiliated with ISIS, or IS, and cannot carry out its obligations

Qaeda claims to kill 18 Houthis in central Yemen: An Al-Qaeda-linked group on Thursday claimed to have killed 18 Shiite Houthi militants in Yemen's central Rada'a city.

3 killed as army arrests terror suspect in n.Lebanon raid: The Lebanese Army killed three gunmen during a raid in north Lebanon Thursday and arrested a local “terror” suspect accused of recruiting young Lebanese to join ISIS – including a relative involved in the beheading of a soldier held captive by Islamists, the military said.

Palestinian child killed by unexploded Israeli ordnance in Gaza: A Palestinian child died on Wednesday after he touched an unexploded Israeli ordnance left over from the most recent offensive over the summer, causing it to explode.

Tension grows in Jerusalem after baby killed in alleged terrorist attack: Israel launches fresh wave of arrests in West Bank after clashes as Palestinian accused of Jerusalem 'terror attack' killed

Palestinian attack suspect suffered mental health issues: A lawyer representing the family said al-Shaludi's body has been taken for an autopsy against the family's will, while the suspect's mother has accused the Israeli police of murdering her son in "cold blood."

Israeli Defense Minister Predicts The End Of Artificial ME States: Which country in the Middle East is the most artificial? Which one was created as the result of a World War and is solely a "western" idea?

Boeing sells parts to Iran Air for first time since 1979: The sale is part of the wider easing of sanctions by the West, in the wake of last year's nuclear deal.

Saudi produces more, supplies less oil in Sept: The dip in supply comes when some in OPEC have called on its biggest producer to cut back output to support oil prices, but the kingdom has been quietly telling market participants it is comfortable with oil prices below $90.

Gunmen kill at least 30 in new C Africa attacks: UN: Several dozen people were also wounded in the attacks on the central village of Yamale on Tuesday and yesterday, with the gunmen pillaging and burning down houses, UN force MINUSCA said.

5 killed as Nigeria's Boko Haram 'abducts more women and girls': Dozens of women and girls from two villages in Nigeria's north-eastern Adamawa state have been abducted by suspected militants, residents say. In a separate incident, at least five people were killed in a bomb blast at a bus station in a town in the northern state of Bauchi.

2 killed as Police battle fighters in Tunisian town: At least one member of the security forces killed in shootout between officers and fighters in town near the capital. The ministry said police traded gunfire with armed "terrorists" who had taken refuge in a house in the town of Oued Ellil, close to Tunis.

France moving troops toward Libyan border: A top French military official says the country is moving troops toward the Libyan border within weeks and, along with U.S. intelligence, is monitoring al-Qaida arms shipments to Africa's Sahel region.

Thirteen killed, 50 injured in Pakistan terror attacks: Out of the 13, eight people were killed when gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying passengers from the minority Shia-Hazara community in Quetta city

Ukraine: girl narrowly escapes falling glass as Donetsk arena shelled - video: A large part of the glass facade comes away after intense shelling on Monday. Shelling is continuing in the rebel-held city despite a ceasefire agreement between rebels and Ukrainian military

Russia is de-dollarizing: The dollar is headed to ruin, but that doesn’t mean that any other paper currency can replace it.

George Soros: 'Europe is facing a challenge from Russia to its very existence': “Now Russia is presenting an alternative that poses a fundamental challenge to the values and principles on which the European Union was originally founded,” Soros writes. “It is based on the use of force that manifests itself in repression at home and aggression abroad, as opposed to the rule of law.”

Ebola death toll rises to almost 4,900: Red Cross says epidemic can be contained in West Africa within four months if all necessary steps are taken. The number of people with Ebola is almost to hit 10,000 in West Africa, the World Health Organization said, as the scramble to find a cure gathered pace.

Cuba leads way on Ebola effort: Cuba sends a second group of medical staff to West Africa to help fight the Ebola outbreak, becoming the biggest single provider of healthcare workers.

Ebola Czar Called Overpopulation Top Leadership Issue: “I think the top leadership challenge issue in our world today is how to deal with the continuing, growing population in the world and all the resource demands it places on the world and burgeoning populations in Africa and Asia that lack the resources to have a healthy, happy life,” Klain said.

Harper’s pro-US agenda has turned Canada into a target: Op-Ed: The safest country in the world is no longer a safe place and many Canadians will be asking today whether this is because the Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper pushed Canada into joining the US-led war in the Middle East.

Ottawa gunman ‘identified’ as recent Muslim convert, high-risk traveler: AP sources also identified the man to be Zehaf-Bibeau. A Twitter account associated with Islamic State militants tweeted a photo they identified as the Ottawa shooter. The Globe and Mail reports that the shooter was designated a “high-risk traveler” by the Canadian authorities with his passport seized.

From his office in cloud cuckoo land: PM vows to 'fight terror' after Ottawa attack: Canada's prime minister has condemned the "brutal and violent" shooting of a Canadian soldier in Ottawa and a hit-and-run that killed another soldier earlier this week, saying the incidents are grim reminders that Canada is not immune to terrorism.

Man arrested near Canada's prime minister in sign of tensions: Police arrested a man at gunpoint just steps from Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper Thursday, underscoring tensions in the capital Ottawa a day after a gunmen killed a soldier and rampaged through parliament.

Canadian Terror Wave a Modern-Day Gladio?: Analysis - Western security agencies should be among the first suspects considered as potential collaborators.

White House locks down over latest fence jump: Man apprehended after scaling perimeter of presidential residence, a month after previous intruder entered complex.

Will Obama Follow Bush Down the Made-Up Torture Loophole?: The Obama administration is considering reaffirming the Bush-era position that the ban on cruel treatment doesn't apply when the United States is operating abroad.

CIA Apparently 'Impersonated' Senate Staffers To Gain Access To Documents On Shared Drives: The CIA is still fighting for creative control of its most anticipated 21st century work: the Torture Report. Long before it got involved in the ongoing redaction battle, it was spying on those putting the report together, namely Senators and Senate staffers.

Whistleblowers: IRS officials behind ‘fraudulent’ multi-billion dollar corporate tax giveaways: A 10-year veteran Internal Revenue Service (IRS) attorney has demanded a Congressional audit of the IRS to investigate the agency’s alleged role in allowing American corporations to illegally avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes at the same time the agency is cracking down on individuals and small businesses.

US seniors face student loan debt: According to the GAO study, the number of individuals whose Social Security benefits were offset to pay student loan debt increased from about 31,000 to 155,000 between 2002-13. Jeszeck tells the BBC that this situation can cause considerable problems for older adults who, like Dupree, may have to extend their working life well beyond retirement age.

 October 22, 2014


Canada, At War For 13 Years, Shocked That ‘A Terrorist’ Attacked Its Soldiers

By Glenn Greenwald

It is always stunning when a country that has brought violence and military force to numerous countries acts shocked and bewildered when someone brings a tiny faction of that violence back to that country.

A Swedish Defense Farce
What Submarine in Sweden?

By Jan Oberg

Virtually every aspect of the media hype is based on prejudices instead of interest-based analysis and on partial and paid expertise that follows the ‘party line’.

MH-17: The Untold Story

Video Documentary

What really happened to the aircraft, was a rocket fired from the ground or did a military jet fire on the doomed plane?

Worse Than Abu Ghraib.
US Ordered to Explain Withholding of Iraq and Afghanistan Torture Photos

By Spencer Ackerman

The photographs discussed in court on Tuesday are said to be even more disturbing than the infamous prison photos from Abu Ghraib.

Dollar is The Weak Spot for US-Paul Craig Roberts


“I’ve always said the whole system is rigged. It’s a house of cards, and the weak spot is the dollar" Dr. Roberts contends.

Chevron Greases Local Election With Gusher of Cash

By Michael Winship

Chevron has money to burn – look at the millions and millions the company has spent fighting the $9.5 billion in damages they were ordered to pay by the Ecuadorian Supreme Court for pollution of part of the Amazon rainforest.

Census Report: Half of Americans Poor or Near Poor

By Andre Damon

There were 48.7 million people in poverty in the United States, three million higher than the official census figures released last month.

America: Lost With No Moral Compass

By Philip A. Faruggio

What better way to introduce a police state than to get the public in line?

214 people killed in Syria: Activists say: By province : Aleppo ( 3 rebels, 1 civilian ), Reef Dimashq (11 rebels, 8 civilians), Idlib ( 1 rebel, 4 civilians ), Hama ( 3 rebels, 5 civilians ), Der-Ezzor ( 1 civilian ), Dar’a ( 24 civilians, 6 rebels ), Homs ( 2 rebels ), al-Quneitra ( 9 rebels, 6 civilians ).

Syria air force strikes 200 times in 36 hours, monitor says: The Syrian air force carried out more than 200 air strikes around the country in the past 36 hours, a group monitoring the war said on Tuesday, a rapid increase in government raids as U.S.-led forces bomb Islamist insurgents elsewhere.

Syrian air force destroys jets captured by IS: The Syrian airforce destroyed two timeworn war jets, which were captured by the Islamic State (IS) militants in an airbase in Syria's northwestern province of Aleppo, a senior Syrian military source told Xinhua Wednesday.

WATCH: Islamic State touts seized weapons airdropped by U.S., meant for Kurds: Militants already possess millions of dollars-worth of U.S. weaponry captured from fleeing Iraqi soldiers.

Turkey's Erdogan says U.S. weapons airdrop on Kobani was wrong: Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday it was wrong of the United States to air drop military supplies to Kurdish fighters defending the Syrian border town of Kobani, as some weapons were seized by Islamic State militants besieging it.

Crushing Kobani's Kurds is a Prerequisite to an Invasion of Syria: Analysis - Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya explains in the reasons behind the ISIL attack on the Syrian town of Kobani (Ain al-Arab) in an interview conducted with Press TV

Damascus claims to aid Kobane’s Kurds: Syria claimed on Wednesday that it was providing military support to Syrian Kurds fighting Islamic State militants in Kobane near the Turkish border. Omran Al-Zohbi, Syrian information minister, said in comments published by the official Syrian Arab News Agency that Syrian military forces and aircraft had provided support to the Syrian Kurds.

Iraqi Kurds approve sending fighters to aid Syrian town: Iraqi Kurdish lawmakers approved a plan on Wednesday to send fighters to the Syrian town of Kobani to relieve fellow Kurds under attack by Islamic State militants, marking the semi-autonomous region's first military foray into Syria's war.

At least 58 "ISIL militants" killed in Iraq: At least 30 militants were killed and 30 others were wounded in clashes with Iraqi security forces in Fallujah’s Al Amiriyah district, Mahmood Shakir, the regional parliament speaker told The Anadolu Agency.

Islamic State militants return to besiege Iraq's Mount Sinjar: "The mountain is besieged" again, and IS militants are "trying to climb the mountain on foot to fight the Yazidi volunteers," said Dawud Jundi, a commander of the forces defending the area, told AFP by telephone.

Spanish Parliament Approves Deployment of 300 Soldiers to Train Iraqi Army to Fight IS: The Congress of Deputies of Spain (the lower house of parliament) on Wednesday has voted in favor of sending troops to Iraq to train the country’s army to fight against the Islamic State (IS) militants, with 314 lawmakers out of 329 supporting the move.

ISIS Claims It Hit U.S. Embassy In Attack On Baghdad Green Zone: On Tuesday the Islamist militant group took credit for a mortar attack against the embassy in Baghdad. The group bragged about the attack on social media, claiming that there were likely casualties.

Iraq’s Anbar province key battleground again: Anbar’s largest airbase Ain al-Asad, the Haditha Dam – a critical piece of infrastructure – and surrounding towns are encircled by ISIS from the Syrian border to the west and from militant-controlled sections of Ramadi to the east.

Dahr Jamail | Iraqi Doctors Call US Depleted Uranium Use "Genocide" : Official Iraqi government statistics show that, prior to the outbreak of the first Gulf War in 1991, the country's rate of cancer cases was 40 out of 100,000 people. By 1995, it had increased to 800 out of 100,000 people, and, by 2005, it had doubled to at least 1,600 out of 100,000 people

Blackwater Founder Remains Free and Rich While His Former Employees Go Down on Murder Charges: Analysis - A federal jury in Washington, D.C., returned guilty verdicts against four Blackwater operatives charged with killing more than a dozen Iraqi civilians and wounding scores of others in Baghdad in 2007.

Yemen: Clashes between al-Qaeda, Houthi fighters kill scores: Deadly clashes erupted between al-Qaeda-linked militants and Ansarullah fighters in the central city of Rada'a on Tuesday, eyewitnesses reported. Ansarullah fighters have been trying to drive out the militants in order to secure various areas under their control in the region.

Blowback in Yemen: Houthi advance is a Saudi nightmare: Analysis - Nothing illustrates the free-wheeling chaos of the Middle East better than what is going on in Yemen.

Saudi jails 13 for plan to attack U.S. forces: A Saudi court has sentenced 13 people, including an Afghan and a Qatari, to between 18 months and 30 years in prison for plotting an al-Qaeda attack against US forces.

Shots fired from Egypt wound 2 Israeli soldiers: Tel Aviv Spokesman: Israeli military spokesman says Israeli patrol was fired at from the Sinai Penin

Irish senators have agreed to recognise Palestine as an independent state: “The more countries that recognise the State of Palestine, the greater the pressure on Israel to end its illegal occupation and agree to a long-term peace agreement in the region.

Superstitious nonsense: Pastor warns Ebola is God's Punishment for Obama dividing Jerusalem: The San Antonio-based pastor, Zionist, and televangelist issued the grim warning in a recent broadcast of the Hagee Hotline. Hagee cited Joel 3 to alert America that God intends to judge any nation that attempts to divide Israel.

Violence kills at least 11 in Libya's Benghazi: Violence, including a suicide attack at a security checkpoint, killed at least 11 people Wednesday in the flashpoint Libyan city of Benghazi, officials said.

Libyan army troops advance into Benghazi: Libyan army troops on Wednesday pushed into Benghazi, the first time in two months that government forces had entered the eastern city, which has been under control of Islamist militias.

A Gaddafi returns to Libyan politics: Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam, a cousin and former aide of Gaddafi has emerged to take part in proposed talks between Libya's warring parties.

Policeman killed, another injured in Upper Egypt shooting Wednesday: Drive-by shooting in the southern governorate of Minya kills one, inures another; minor bombing in Nile Delta injures two others

Blast outside Cairo University wounds ten: Four Egyptian policemen among the wounded in blast that comes after security forces clamp down on student protests.

Pakistan won’t shy using nuclear weapons if needed: Musharraf: Former president Gen. (retd) Pervez Musharraf on Wednesday said that India wanted to create anarchy in Pakistan and the later would not hesitate to use nuclear weapons for its defense if needed.

When only 4 per cent of those killed by US drone strikes are named members of al-Qaeda, it's hard to trust American foreign policy: John Kerry says all those fired at by drones in Pakistan are “confirmed terrorist targets” – but with 1,675 unnamed dead how do we know?

Civilian killed in Donetsk shelling: One civilian was killed and five others were injured in shelling in east Ukraine's rebel-controlled city of Donetsk over the past day, local authorities said on Wednesday.

Ukraine: Very Ominous Developments : Following the use of a tactical ballistic missile against Donetsk by the Ukies, Zakharchenko has declared that the ceasefire was basically over. Strelkov has made an official appeal warning that according to this information the Ukies were massing troops in preparation for an attack.

Human Rights Watch Publishes Damning Video of Cluster Bomb Use by Kiev: Presents incontrovertible evidence of use by Kiev. Interviews with eye-witnesses, victims, relatives of those killed.

Russia Hints Gas Delivery to Ukraine Depends on EU: Russian officials and Gazprom say gas will be sent again if the European Union agrees to give a 2 billion Euro credit to Kiev

Sweden's submarine search shows West has anti-Russian syndrome — Pushkov: The search for a mysterious submarine by Sweden and the way this issue was originally presented in the Swedish media shows that the West is currently in the state of anti-Russian syndrome, said Alexey Pushkov, head of the State Duma Foreign Affairs Committee.

Sweden submarine hunt - in 60 seconds: The Swedish military says it could use force against a foreign military vessel if one is found. Russia denies involvement. BBC News attempts to unravel the mystery - in 60 seconds.

Sweden ready to use force to surface foreign sub as search continues: "Our aim now is to force whatever it is up to the surface... with armed force, if necessary," Sverker Göranson said

Cuba sends 83 more doctors, nurses to fight Ebola in Africa A new contingent of 83 doctors and nurses have left Cuba to help battle Ebola in Guinea and Liberia, bringing to 256 the number of medical workers sent by Havana to fight the epidemic.

US to monitor for 21-day anyone coming from Ebola-stricken countries: Starting next Monday, health workers, journalists and all other travelers coming to the US from three of the African nations currently fighting the worst Ebola disease outbreak in history will have to adhere to strict guidelines announced on Wednesday this week by the CDC.

Canadian soldier killed near Ottawa war memorial; gunman reportedly shot dead inside parliament: Reports of gunfire inside halls of parliament, gunman said killed; PM Stephen Harper safe, has been evacuated, PM’s office says; Army bases across country reportedly being closed to public.

Suspect identified in shooting at Canada's Parliament: Suspect was on watch list, had passport seized

Woman arrested in UK on terrorism charges: London's counter terrorism command said on Wednesday that officers had arrested the woman in Bedfordshire, north of the capital, on suspicion of preparing terrorism acts. The police said she had been taken to a police station in London for questioning.

Edward Snowden Should Be Charged With Murder, Says Congressman Mike Rogers: Republican Mike Rogers, the chairman of the House of Representatives intelligence committee, told a meeting in the House of Commons in London on Tuesday evening that Snowden was a "traitor" who was now living in the "loving arms" of Russian spies.

Julian Assange: 'I hope there's much still to come': The Wikileaks co-founder says the internet can be both a tool of political empowerment and the road to dystopia

Mexican military tried to cover up murders of up to 15 people, report says: Soldiers murdered at least 12 and probably 15 people at a warehouse in southern Mexico last summer, the government’s human rights commission said in a sweeping indictment of attempts by the military and civilian prosecutors to cover up the crimes.

October 21, 2014


How to Start a War and Lose An Empire

By Dmitry Orlov

Over half the world's territory and population is squarely on Russia's side and cheering loudly.

The US is a Leading Terrorist State

By Noam Chomsky

In western political culture, it is taken to be entirely natural and appropriate that the Leader of the Free World should be a terrorist rogue state and should openly proclaim its eminence in such crimes. 

Is The US Government The Master Criminal Of Our Time?

By Paul Craig Roberts

The US Government and Pharmaceutical corporations have been conducting ebola tests on humans.

Better A Hundred Palestinians Killed Than One Israeli Soldier

By Uri Avnery

Israelis are quite unable to comprehend the turn of world public opinion.

From Israel To ISIS: Harper's 'Orwellian' Foreign Policy

By Murray Dobbin

The structure of protective stupidity is in place and without a radical change in consciousness the current political consensus will prevail. All will be forgotten.

The Fix Is In
Fed Stops Stock Slide with Talk of QE Extension

By Mike Whitney

Unbelievable. On Wednesday, stocks were hammered after economic data showed that the US and global economies were headed for a major slowdown.

The Imperative of Revolt

By Chris Hedges

The corporations' slow-motion coup d’état and the prospects of financial collapse and revolt.

The United State of Apathy

By Ethan Indigo Smith

There have never before been so many people so apathetic to the exploitation going on around them, and the evil perpetuated against humanity has never been so extensive.

Vote All You Want. The Secret Government Won’t Change.

By Jordan Michael Smith

The people we elect aren’t the ones calling the shots.

21 Killed as multiple car bombings rock Baghdad: Twelve people were killed in Baghdad's northern Talibiya district on Tuesday when a car bomb blew up directly in front of a restaurant and another in a parking area.

8 ISIS fighters including sniper killed by Iraqi forces in Baghdad: “Iraqi forces with aerial support from the international coalition managed to kill 8 ISIS militants including a sniper and destroy an armored vehicle belonged to ISIS in western Baghdad.”

Mortar shells land inside Baghdad’s Green Zone: Security officials told the Associated Press no casualties were reported inside the Green Zone, which houses the Iraqi government headquarters and the U.S. and British embassies. The officials said one of the mortar shells fell about 500 meters from the U.S. embassy building

Curfew imposed in Amiriyat al-Fallujah after besieged by the IS : Security authorities imposed a curfew in Amiriyat al-Fallujah, south of the city of Fallujah, after it was besieged by the IS from three sides.

ISIL 'launches fierce new assault' on Kobane: Kurdish fighters in the battle for the Syrian town of Kobane weathered a fresh onslaught by fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant as they awaited promised reinforcements from Iraq.

Turkey to let Iraqi Kurds reinforce Kobani : U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Washington had asked Ankara to help "get the peshmerga or other groups" into Kobani so they could help defend the town, adding he hoped the Kurds would "take this fight on"

US drops weapons to Kurds ... because of their success against ISIS?: "Last night we conducted an air drop of some 28 bundles of arms, weapons, ammunition, and medical supplies to the Kurdish forces that are fighting inside Kobani."

U.S. Humanitarian Aid Going to ISIS: Report: Not only are foodstuffs, medical supplies—even clinics—going to ISIS, the distribution networks are paying ISIS ‘taxes’ and putting ISIS people on their payrolls.

McCain insists on sending US ground troops to Syria and Iraq: Sen. John McCain is currently the most senior Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee. If his party wins a majority in the Senate, as it is expected to do, McCain would become chairman of the committee, which oversees defense policy and the military.

No boots on the ground: The lie exposed : Video - General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the US, the highest ranking US forces official, talks about a ground offense as an already-integral part of the US' campaign against ISIS - and he names precisely when he predicts the US will send in ground troops.

Press TV journalist accused by Turkey of spying dies in border car crash: A Lebanese-American reporter working for Iranian channel, Press TV, Serena Shim has been killed in a car crash in Turkey, following her reports of accusations from Turkey’s intelligence agency that she had been “spying.”

Egypt: No plan for action against ISIS in Iraq, Syria: - Egypt has no plans to provide the United States with direct military assistance in its war against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria even though American aerial bombardment may not be enough to defeat the group, the country's prime minister said.

When It Comes to Beheadings, ISIS Has Nothing Over Saudi Arabia: People will gather to watch you die. According to British author John R. Bradley, public beheadings are the “only form of public entertainment” in Saudi Arabia, aside from football matches.

Dozens killed in Yemen as clashes rage: At least 60 people were killed in Yemen as clashes raged between Shiite rebels and al-Qaida militants backed by Sunni tribesmen battling for territory in the strife-hit country, sources said Monday.

New Poll: 75% of Israeli Jews Oppose a Palestinian State on the 1967 Lines: 75% of the Israeli Jewish public continue to oppose Israel’s withdrawal from the Jordan Valley and the division of Jerusalem.

Palestine’s Abbas Pledges Legal Measure To Prevent al-Aqsa Aattacks: During a meeting of the revolutionary council of his Fatah party Abbas vowed to take legal measures at the international level to prevent Jewish settlers from attacking the third holy site in Islam.

Iran arrests several spies near Bushehr nuclear plant: Fars news agency: "Thanks to the vigilance of Intelligence Ministry forces who monitor the moves of the foreign intelligence services, some agents who intended to carry out surveillance and intelligence gathering for foreigners have been arrested," Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alawi Alawi told Fars, without elaborating.

Gareth Porter: How a US and International Atomic Energy Agency Deception Haunts the Nuclear Talks: Analysis - In 2008, the Bush administration and a key IAEA official agreed on a strategy of misrepresenting Iran's position on the authenticity of intelligence documents, which they used to establish an official narrative of Iran "stonewalling" the IAEA investigation.

28 militants killed in fresh battle with Nigeria troops?: The militants reportedly attempted to enter Damboa, located about 85km southwest of Maiduguri, Borno State's provincial capital, after the town was retaken by the military. "We dealt with them, and more than 28 of the terrorists died," said the officer.

Libyan army instructed to 'liberate' Tripoli: Libya's interim government on Tuesday ordered army troops to launch a military operation aimed at "liberating" capital Tripoli from armed militias. It called on young Libyans in Tripoli and its outskirts "to join hands with the army to liberate yourselves, your families and your city."

Libya parliament allies with renegade general, struggles to assert authority: Three years after the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi, the oil-producing desert state is in chaos, with Islamists and other militias fighting for territory and influence and the regular armed forces left with little power.

28 suspected militants killed in N. Waziristan: The Pakistani army's media division, announced that army jets pounded two militant hideouts in the town of Dattakhel, which lies near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border

Kabul blast leaves 4 army soldiers killed: : Four Afghan soldiers were killed, when a remote-controlled improvised explosive device (IED) went off in Kabul city on Tuesday. Spokesman for the Ministry of Defense, Zahir Azimi, said

Afghan Poppy Cultivation at ‘All-Time High’: Cultivation of the illegal poppy plant in Afghanistan has reached an “all time high” following a $7.6 billion counternarcotics campaign paid for by the United States, according to government oversight investigators.

Growth of opium trade in Afghanistan direct result of US invasion: Petras: The Afghan government under the influence of US presence had no influence on rural areas of the country and bribed tribal leaders by letting them grow narcotics.

Hong Kong talks fail to break impasse: No progress made as student leaders and government officials hold talks aimed at ending street protests.

CY Leung: 'Democracy would see poorer people dominate Hong Kong vote': Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying told media that if the government met pro-democracy protesters’ demands it would result in the city’s poorer people dominating elections.

Kiev govt used cluster munitions in populated zones in E. Ukraine – HRW: The forces of the Kiev government used cluster munitions in populated areas in the city of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, says Human Rights Watch. It adds that the use of this forbidden weaponry violates the laws of war.

Pro-Russian Separatists Downed MH17: German Intelligence: Germany's foreign intelligence agency says its review of the crash of a Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 in Ukrainian has concluded it was brought down by a missile fired by pro-Russian separatists near Donetsk.

Russia Deploys Troops, Robots Along Entire "2nd Middle East" Arctic Belt: On the heels of Sweden's military deployment (following the discovery of a damaged Russian sub), it appears Russia is taking no chances with its access to Arctic resources.As Reuters reports, the Russian defense minister announced today that Russian military units will be deployed along the entire Arctic border from Murmansk to Chukotka in 2014.

Russian Gas Deal Delayed as Ukraine Payments Unresolved: While negotiators agreed on debt repayment terms, the financial resources for advance payments for future deliveries still need to be discussed, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said.

Propaganda? Putin’s Coup: How the Russian leader used the Ukraine crisis to consolidate his dictatorship.

‘Total tripe’: Kremlin spokesman slams article on ‘Putin’s plan to divide Ukraine with Poland’: ‘Vladimir Putin’s spokesman labeled as “utter nonsense” an article published in a US magazine which cited Poland’s ex-PM claiming that the president was planning to start a coup in Ukraine and to annex some of its land to Russia.

Poland to appeal European Court ruling on CIA jails: Poland is to ask the European Court of Human Rights to re-consider its ruling that Poland violated its human rights commitments by hosting a secret CIA jail on its soil, the prosecutor general was quoted as saying on Tuesday.

US Army withheld promise from Germany that Ebola virus wouldn't be weaponized: The United States has withheld assurances from Germany that the Ebola virus - among other related diseases - would not be weaponized in the event of Germany exporting it to the US Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases.

Top Ebola Experts: This Strain Is Much Worse Than We’ve Ever Seen Before (Video): The Head of Special Pathogens at Canada’s health agency, Gary Kobinger – has found that the current strain of Ebola appears to be much worse than any strain seen before … and that the current virus may be more likely to spread through aerosols than strains which scientists have previously encountered.

USA: Ebola travel restrictions imposed: The Obama administration will require all travelers from countries affected by the Ebola epidemic to arrive at one of five major U.S. airports in order to undergo a health screening, officials announced Tuesday.

Chile Arrests Ex-Pinochet Minister over Killings of Political Prisoners: The colonel was arrested on suspicion of being involved in Tejas Verde, a detention center responsible for some of the worst human rights violations in the first years of Pinochet's rule.

Evo Morales’ Victory Demonstrates How Much Bolivia Has Changed: Op-Ed: The failure of opposition forces and critics to recognize or accept that a political revolution that has taken place explains why they are so far out of touch with the majority of Bolivian society.

Attack On Quebec Soldiers Linked To Terror Ideology: Public Safety Minister: Police say a car was driven deliberately into two soldiers, killing one of them in what Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney called an act of violence against Canada that was "clearly linked" to terrorist ideology.

As Casualties Mount, Scientists Say Global Warming Has Been "Hugely Underestimated": A major study recently published in New Scientist found that "scientists may have hugely underestimated the extent of global warming because temperature readings from southern hemisphere seas were inaccurate," and said that ACD is "worse than we thought" because it is happening "faster than we realized."

Hottest September Ever Keeps Earth on Pace for Record Year: Meteorologists say Earth is now on pace to tie for the hottest year ever recorded. The hottest September in 135 years of record keeping. It was the fourth monthly record set this year, along with May, June and August. NASA, which measures temperatures slightly differently, had already determined that September was record-warm.

Hillary Clinton Raises Record $2.1M At Hollywood Fundraiser: The presumptive predominant 2016 Presidential candidate was the headliner at a Brentwood fundraiser co-hosted by big Democratic 2014 Variety Power Of Women Presented By Lifetime - Roaming InsideParty bundler Katzenberg.

“Children in Danger: Act to End Violence against Children”: New global target needed to tackle epidemic of violence against children

Christopher Lopez - Mentally ill inmate died while in prison: Video - WARNING - Mr. Lopez took his last breath and died, shackled and face down in the intake cell with no help from the people watching him struggle.

Mumia Abu-Jamal Speaks Out from Jail on New Pennsylvania Law Silencing Prisoners: During a late-night vote last Tuesday, the Pennsylvania House unanimously approved the so-called "Revictimization Relief Act," which authorizes the censoring of public addresses of prisoners or former offenders if judges agree that allowing them to speak would cause "mental anguish" to the victim.

Charlotte police investigators secretly track cellphones: Charlotte-Mecklenburg police use a secretive surveillance system that collects information from cellphones and wireless devices to locate crime suspects but also gathers data from innocent people.

US Government Moves to Dismiss Lawsuit Against ‘Suspicious Activity’ Program Which Keeps Files on Innocent People: The United States government has moved to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) on behalf of five US citizens who say they were victims of a domestic surveillance program, which involves the collection of “suspicious activity reports” on individuals.

Land of the Free – 1 in 3 Americans Are on File with the FBI in the U.S. Police State: The sickening transformation of these United States into an authoritarian police state with an incarceration rate that would make Joseph Stalin blush

October 19, 2014

Stop the Killing

By Kathy Kelly

The war on the Islamic State will distract us from what the U.S. has done and is doing to further create despair, in Iraq, and to enlist new recruits for the Islamic State.

George W. Bush: The Gift That Keeps on Giving

By William Rivers Pitt

The single greatest strength of the American right is their utter and complete lack of shame.

US War on Iran Takes Bizarre Turn

By Tony Cartalucci

It is not merely hyperbole when it is said the US created terrorist organizations like Al Qaeda or the so-called “Islamic State.” It is documented fact.

Kobane: The Nightmare Of Reality


George Galloway Interviews Kurdish Activist Memed Aksoy.

US Bio-warfare Laboratories In Africa Are The Origin Of The Ebola Epidemic

By Aggeliki Dimopoulou

USA have been using West Africa as an offshore to circumvent the Convention on Biological Weapons and do bio-warfare work.

Ebola Manufactured By US DoD?: Scientists Allege

By Dr. Cyril Broderick

The U. S., Canada, France, and the U. K. are all implicated in the detestable and devilish deeds that these Ebola tests are.

Ebola: The Time of Duty

By Fidel Castro

We will gladly cooperate with the US staff in this endeavor, not in the pursuit of peace between the two States which have been adversaries for so many years, but, in any case, for world peace, which is a goal that could and should be pursued.

"We Are Better Off Without US Government" Evo Morales

By Al Jazeera

I have no regrets - in fact, I am pleased to have expelled the US ambassador, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and to have closed the US military base in Bolivia.

What ‘Democracy’ Really Means in U.S. and New York Times Jargon: Latin America Edition

By Glenn Greenwald

“Democracy” in U.S. discourse means: “serving U.S. interests” and “obeying U.S. dictates.

The American Oligarchy

By Andre Damon

Not only do the politicians do the bidding of the wealthy, they are themselves increasingly numbered among the rich and super-rich.

Syria: ‘70 militants die’ in battle for Kobani: IS, which controls much of Syria and Iraq, fired 44 mortars at Kurdish parts of the town on Saturday alone. Some shells fell inside nearby Turkey

Fierce fighting rages in Syria's Kobane: The Syrian border town of Kobane has been hit by the fiercest fighting in days as Kurdish forces repelled advancing fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a group monitoring the violence has said.

Analysis: US Airstrikes Against ISIS Have Hurt Moderate Rebels: Opponents of the U.S. strikes argue that they have given an indirect boost to Syrian regime forces, helping them focus their attacks on rebel positions outside of ISIS-held territory.

Suicide bomber kills 19, wounds 28 outside Baghdad Shi'ite mosque: A suicide bomber killed 19 people and wounded 28 others on Sunday outside a Shi'ite Muslim mosque in western Baghdad, where mourners were attending a funeral, a police officer and medical official said.

US Air Strikes Kill Tens of Iraqi Popular Forces; Tens of Iraqi popular forces, fighting the terrorist groups, were killed in the US air strikes against their positions around Mahmoudiya city, South of Baghdad.

ISIS adapts to the air strikes and can control the Baghdad airport, says John McCain

Deal agreed for Australian forces to deploy in Iraq, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says: Australia has reached a deal with Baghdad for the deployment of about 200 of its special forces to assist Iraqi troops in their fight against Islamic State (IS) militants, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said on Sunday.

Iraq Opens Air Passage for Anti-IS Coalition, Excluding UAE: Iraqi Prime Minister: “The government has allowed overflight of coalition aircraft along the southern border [of Iraq], away from the cities, into Syria. Overflight permission has been denied to UAE military aircraft,” Abadi is cited as saying by Iraq’s AIN news agency.

75 Killed in Five Days of Fighting in Libya's Benghazi: Nine people were killed on Sunday in new violence in Benghazi where pro-government forces have launched an offensive against Islamist militias, raising the toll to 75 dead in five days, medics said.

United troops trying to take back Tripoli: Libya’s internationally-recognised prime minister said yesterday that military forces in the strife-torn country had united to try to recapture Tripoli and the second city Benghazi from Islamist militias. Abdullah Al Thani also expressed his frustration over a lack of support from the international community, calling for foreign weapons and assistance in the fight against the Islamists.

A sick joke!: U.S. and allies threaten sanctions in Libya: In a joint statement issued late Saturday by the governments of the US, UK, Germany, France and Italy, the group threatened sanctions against violent parties in Libya if a ceasefire and negotiation process is not implemented.

Children 'hacked to death' in DR Congo town: At least 22 people, most of them women and children, have been hacked and clubbed to death in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, just days after a similar massacre took place, a government official said.

Blast kills 7 in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula: They were killed by a remotely detonated roadside bomb on Sunday that exploded as a patrol responsible for protecting a natural gas pipeline passed by, the sources said.

Dozens killed in Nigeria 'ceasefire' with Boko Haram militants: Witnesses say Boko Haram was behind deadly attacks but government and militants blame gangs as officials work on deal to free schoolgirls

55 Taliban killed in clashes, Afghan forces lose five troops: Afghan forces have killed 51 Taliban and lost five of their own troops in the latest crackdown against insurgents, according to Afghan authorities.

US Kills 3 People In Pakistan: At least three alledged Taliban militants were killed following a drone strike by NATO-led coalition forces in eastern Kunar province.

DOJ pressuring reporter to reveal sources: Video - New York Times reporter James Risen discusses the unintended consequences from the open-ended war on terror in the post-9/11 era and if the Department of Justice will decide to subpoena him in a CIA leaks case.

Prepare Your Children for “a Lifetime of Surveillance” : The NSA has nothing on the monitoring tools that education technologists have developed in to “personalize” and “adapt” learning for students in public school districts across the United States.

Germany’s intel agency says MH17 downed by Ukraine militia – report: Germany's BND foreign intelligence agency says a local militia shot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine in July, Der Spiegel reports. The BND is said to possess “ample evidence," though none of it has been made public

Ukraine says winter gas price deal agreed with Russia: EU-brokered talks with Ukraine and Russia have produced a draft accord under which cash-strapped Kiev would pay $3.1 billion in unpaid bills to Moscow by the end of October, with a new contract to cover subsequent deliveries.

Military preps team for Ebola response in United States: The U.S. military is forming a 30-person "quick strike team" equipped to provide direct treatment to Ebola patients inside the United States, a Defense Department official told CNN's Barbara Starr on Sunday.

How the microscopic Ebola virus kills thousands: People have to wonder: How contagious is this virus — really? Is there something different and more pernicious about this particular strain of Ebola?

Why the U.S. Is Building a High-Tech Bubonic Plague Lab in Kazakhstan: The country's meager opposition has called the lab a risk to the citizens of Almaty; the city sits in an active seismic zone, and the lab lies just outside town, in the midst of a populated suburban neighborhood.

U.S. Accused Of Hiding Chemical Weapons Exposure To Its Own Troops: The soldiers were quoted by the Times saying they were told to keep their discovery secret. As a result, they were denied proper medical treatment and the Purple Heart which soldiers receive when wounded on the battlefield.

Georgia teen forced to ground at gunpoint for seat-belt violation: Saying “I could have been another Trayvon Martin case,” Montre’ Merritt explained to reporters how the traffic stop in front of his home where officer Officer Cory Gay held a gun to his head and ordered him onto the ground still haunts him.
















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Zionism's Jewish Enemy


Alan Hart Interviews Professor Ilan Pappe, Israel’

US Protection Racket Root of Korea Conflict

By Finian Cunningham

The conflict emanates from Washington and is perpetuated by Washington. Why? To justify what would otherwise be seen as simply outrageous US militarism in the Asia Pacific.

Iran: The Real Story Versus the Cover Story: By Mark H Gaffney

The American people need to know the truth. This is a phony crisis

America's War for Global Domination: by Michel Chossudovsky

The wars on Afghanistan and Iraq are part of a broader military agenda, which was launched at the end of the Cold War. The ongoing war agenda is a continuation of the 1991 Gulf War and the NATO led wars on Yugoslavia (1991-2001).

The Plan is for the United States to rule the world: By David Armstrong

The overt theme is unilateralism, but it is ultimately a story of domination. It calls for the United States to maintain its overwhelming military superiority and prevent new rivals from rising up to challenge it on the world stage.

Lets Not Forget: Bush Planned Iraq 'Regime Change' Before Becoming President - By Neil Mackay

A SECRET blueprint for US global domination reveals that President Bush and his cabinet were planning a premeditated attack on Iraq to secure 'regime change' even before he took power in January 2001.

The president's real goal in Iraq: By JAY BOOKMAN

29 September 2002. - The official story on Iraq has never made sense.

The Project for the New American Century: By William Rivers Pitt

02/25/03 - The Project for the New American Century, or PNAC, is a Washington-based think tank created in 1997. Above all else, PNAC desires and demands one thing: The establishment of a global American empire to bend the will of all nations.

Memo: Bush made intel fit Iraq policy: By WARREN P. STROBEL and JOHN WALCOTT

A highly classified British memo, leaked in the midst of Britain's just-concluded election campaign, indicates that President Bush decided to overthrow Iraqi President Saddam Hussein by summer 2002 and was determined to ensure that U.S. intelligence data supported his policy.

UK Ministers Knew WMD Was "Excuse": By Michael Smith

MINISTERS were warned in July 2002 that Britain was committed to taking part in an American-led invasion of Iraq and they had no choice but to find a way of making it legal.

Iran: The Real Story Versus the Cover Story: By Mark H Gaffney

The American people need to know the truth. This is a phony crisis

Will Iran Be Next?: by Mark Gaffney

Those who have hoped that a U.S. military victory in Iraq would somehow bring about a more peaceful world are in for a rude awakening. The final resolution of this war and the U.S. occupation of Iraq will likely not be the end, rather, only the prelude to a succession of future crises: in Kashmir, Syria, North Korea, and Iran.

Does Iran's President Want Israel Wiped Off The Map? - Does He Deny The Holocaust?

An analysis of media rhetoric on its way to war against Iran - Commenting on the alleged statements of Iran's President Ahmadinejad .


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