Thursday, 11 November 2010

News For November 11, 2010

Zero Based Terrorism

By Philip Giraldi

If, as FOX news pundits frequently claim, terrorism is all part of a worldwide "Islamofascist" conspiracy to establish the Caliphate and kill unbelievers, it is all pretty lame. Continue

Paying To Be Raped

By Sibel Edmonds

Where are you macho and good ole cowboy mentality testosterone walking bags when your wives and daughters are being fondled, squeezed, and intimately probed? Continue

Why George W. Bush Should Still Worry

By Bill Quigley

Bush Pens True Crime Book, No Justice for CIA Destruction of 92 Torture Tapes. Continue

Harper on Israel: Is the Prime Minister Mentally Sound?

By Murray Dobbin

Watching and listening to Stephen Harper's bizarre and unnerving speech about anti-Semitism and Israel raises the question as to whether or not the man is mentally fit to be prime minister. Continue

Public Like A Frog: "Where All Are Guilty, No One Is"

By Phil Rockstroh

Millions have been murdered worldwide so that these entitlement-maddened monsters can keep their SUVs topped-off with gas, and their fat brats' greedy gobs stuffed with Hot Pockets & Juicy Juice." Continue

America’s Devolution Into Dictatorship

By Paul Craig Roberts

This Justice (sic) Department, which routinely frames and railroads the innocent, argued in Federal Court on November 8 that the US government, if approved by the president, could murder anyone it wishes, citizens or noncitizens, at will. Continue

Thank a Vet?

By Laurence M. Vance

It is high time that Americans stop holding veterans and current members of the military in such high esteem. Continue

By Mike Whitney

Two things have delayed Ireland’s funeral. Continue

Pakistan 18 killed in Karachi attack on police hub: Militants attacked a police compound in the heart of Karachi today with a hail of gunfire and a massive car bomb, levelling the building and killing at least 18 people, authorities and witnesses said.
Militants take blame for Karachi blast: "We accept responsibility for this attack. They used to arrest and torture our comrades here. We will target everyone who does this in the same way," TTP spokesman Azam Tariq said, quoted by AFP on Thursday.
US soldier kills Afghan policeman: A US soldier with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) shot dead an Afghan policeman in southern Kandahar province Thursday noon, a source revealed.
Afghanistan War: Bulldozing through Kandahar: The U.S. military has destroyed hundreds of Afghan civilian homes, farm houses, walls, trees and plowed through fields and buildings using explosives and bulldozers in war-torn Zhari district, a practice that has begun to anger Afghan villagers.
Some Countries Endorse Afghan Peace Efforts: In a press conference the Afghan Foreign Minister said on Thursday that Germany, Italy, Egypt and Turkey endorse Afghan government talks with anti-government armed groups
Afghanistan military secrets sold for £18.87 on eBay: Files – none of which required passwords - included troop numbers, patrol details, ammunition stock lists and locations of every police command post in a Helmand town.
Dagestan shootouts leave many dead: Seven police and four rebels among those killed in the latest bout of violence in Russia's North Caucasus region.
Iraqiya bloc walks out of key vote: Sunni alliance march out of Iraq's parliament ahead of vote to elect president following "de-Baathification" row.
Iraq Sunnis angry as Shi'ite-led govt takes shape: Some of Iraq's Sunni minority swore not to vote again after the main political blocs agreed on Thursday to appoint incumbent Nuri al-Maliki, a Shi'ite, to a second term as prime minister.
UK: Man arrested over blog list of pro-war MPs: A 23-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of encouraging an act of terrorism in connection with a website that listed MPs who voted for the Iraq War, police said today.
Kurdish show trial shames Turkey: The trial of 151 Kurdish politicians, lawyers, mayors and leaders of Kurdish civil society is an affront to human rights
France supplied images for Saudi strikes in Yemen: report: Paris began supplying the data following a visit by French President Nicolas Sarkozy to Riyadh in November 2009, the Post said, citing unnamed Saudi officials.
Secret Files Show Indonesia's Special Forces, Targets Papuan Churches, Civilians. Documents Leak from Notorious US-Backed Unit. Jakarta has attempted to largely seal off Papua to visits by non-approved outsiders.
Obama extends emergency regarding Iran: U.S. President Barack Obama said he notified the Federal Register of his decision to continue the state of emergency beyond Sunday.
Nigeria summons Iran diplomats over seized arms: Israeli had accused Iran of trying to sneak the shipment into Gaza Strip, but Nigeria now suspect a domestic plot.
Fact or fiction: Iran, Venezuela plan to build rival to Panama Canal: The plan has aroused concern in Washington, and the U.S. has started behind the scenes efforts to foil it.
China may be bigger economy than US within two years: Here’s a finding that will have any red-blooded American spluttering into his cornflakes. According to the Conference Board, a highly respected economic research association, China will overtake the US as the world’s biggest economy by 2012, or within two years.
Nation states are dead: EU chief says the belief that countries can stand alone is a 'lie and an illusion'
Student protest: we are all in this together: The occupation of Conservative party HQ is about so much more than fees. At last the country is beginning to fight back
Matt Taibbi: Courts Helping Banks Screw Over Homeowners: Retired judges are rushing through complex cases to speed foreclosures in Florida
Robert Reich: Obama’s First Stand: The President says a Republican proposal to extend the Bush tax cuts to everyone for two years is a “basis for conversation.” I hope this doesn’t mean another Obama cave-in.

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