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The Revolution Will Not Be Deactualized
Oct. 6th: Will Tahrir Square Come to Washington?

By Ted Rall

Here in the United States, corrupt politicians and their corporate overlords have raped the wealthiest nation in the history of civilization, reducing one out of five Americans to unemployment as the income of the rich skyrockets. Continued

Farrakhan Blasts UN, Defends Khadafy


"What has Muammar Al Qathafi done to deserve what this united coalition of demons is putting on him?" Farrakhan said. "They say he has lost the moral right (to rule) because he has killed his own people. But you have never proved that charge. Check the record," he said.. Continue

The Libyan Crisis From The Libyan Perspective
Libyan Crisis: Events, Causes and Facts.


Libya is unlike Tunisia or Egypt where peaceful demonstrations caused Ben Ali and Mubarak to step down. Continue

Presidency Grows Even More Imperial

By A. Barton Hinkle

When Bush won the White House, Democrats rediscovered their constitutional scruples; with Obama in office, Republicans have rediscovered theirs. A pity that so many care about the rules only when they're in no position to enforce them. Continue

Keiser Report: Army of New Mubaraks:


Max talks to Saifedean Ammous about the economics behind the Arab Spring and how the IMF and World Bank loans will just create new Mubaraks and Ben Alis. Continue

Spoils Of Victory
Obama Financial Suporters Get Top Jobs

By Fred Schulte, John Aloysius Farrell and Jeremy Borden

More than two years after President Obama took office vowing to banish “special interests” from his administration, nearly 200 of his biggest donors have landed plum government jobs and advisory posts, won federal contracts worth millions of dollars for their business interests. Continue

12 More Signs That Society Is Collapsing

By Economic Collapse Blog

What we are now witnessing is the slow motion unraveling of America.  Our economy is dying, the American people have lost faith in the government and in almost all of our other major institutions. Continue

Life Expectancy Declining in Many Parts of US

By Patrick Martin

One quarter of all US counties saw an actual reduction in life expectancy for women between 1997 and 2007, meaning that girls born today are expected to live shorter lives than their mothers. Continue

Crude Censorship
John Pilger Replies On Lannan Ban On His Film

By John Pilger

Clearly, the tone and barely credible explanation now offered is designed to humiliate me. Continue

Pakistan: US Kills 8 People in Waziristan : The drones first fired two missiles at the house of a tribesman, Zar Wali Khan Wazir, and killed three persons. Two men were injured in the attack and were shifted to a nearby hospital.
Five Pakistanis killed in cross-border attack: officials: Scores of armed militants crossed the border from Afghanistan on Thursday and stormed a village in Pakistan's tribal belt, killing five civilians, Pakistani officials said.
Pakistan 'blocking supplies to US base': Pakistan is blocking food and water from reaching a remote base used by the US for its secret drones programme, severely hampering counter terrorism strategy, according to a senior American official.
Army swoops on ‘CIA agents’: Brig Abbas said that two categories of people were among those arrested - those who threw flares into the Bin Laden compound to guide approaching US helicopters and those who helped the helicopters refuel within Pakistani territory.
Arrest of CIA 'bin Laden informants', ISI chief's retaliation against US' humiliation: The ISI is "trying to lay down the rule that the CIA does not operate independently in Pakistan," Time magazine quoted a senior Pakistani official, as saying.
Pak Army Major among those paid by CIA to spy on Osama's hideout: Report: A US official said that the CIA tried to get Major Aziz and other informants out of harm’s way before their arrests, offering to relocate them.
'Pressure' on Pakistan army head over US ties: General Kayani reportedly fighting to keep his job after killing of al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden by US forces in May.
11 dead in Afghan suicide blasts: The Taliban targeted top government officials in Afghanistan on Wednesday, killing 11 people in two suicide blasts and firing rockets at the vice president and interior minister, who escaped unhurt.
US-led OCCUPATION FORCE soldier killed in Afghanistan: "An ISAF service member died following an attack in southern Afghanistan today," Reuters cited a brief statement released by the military contingent on Thursday.
Former Blackwater guard sentenced to 3 Years for killing of Afghan civilian: He and a colleague, Justin Cannon, who is to be sentenced later this month, were convicted in March of involuntary manslaughter.
"Qaida" militants raid government buildings, airforce base in south Yemen, 4 killed: "Al-Qaida" militants carried out a number of armed attacks targeting Yemen's largest military air base of al-Anad in southern province of Lahj on Wednesday after a series of offensive attacks at police stations and intelligence headquarters earlier in the day
2 Fort Hood occupation force soldiers killed in attack in Iraq: Two Fort Hood soldiers have died of wounds suffered when their unit was attacked with improvised explosives in Iraq.
Death squads have infiltrated Iraqi government, al-Maliki says: Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has linked the assassinations of security officials to his government and said a "militia" of more than 400 men had been set up within the Interior Ministry, answerable only to an outside political figure he didn't name.
Iraqi officials threaten to sue US over 'largest theft': 6.6 billion US dollars shipped to Iraq allegedly stolen, possibly 'largest theft of funds in national history'.
Nigeria: Two Killed in Abuja Police Headquarters' Bomb Blast: Two people were reported killed in the suspected bomb blasts that rocked the headquarters of the Nigeria Police Force in Abuja Thursday.
Govt Believes Arms Haul Comes From Libya: Niger's military is hunting for two vehicles involved in a clash with security forces last Sunday after a third, which was captured, was found to contain 640 kgs of explosives, 435 detonators, and 90,000 dollars in cash. Officials believe the arms came from Libya.
Gadhafi's Son: Libya Can Be Ready For Elections In 3 Months: Russia's state news agency RIA Novosti reports that Saif said his father was willing to allow international representatives to monitor the elections:
NATO raids pound Gaddafi compound: A series of loud blasts rocked the city early on Thursday morning and smoke could be seen rising above the fortified compound of the embattled Libyan leader.
UN 'must be ready' to step in when Gaddafi falls: Nato chief: Rasmussen vowed that the alliance was "prepared to continue as long as it takes to -- ultimately force Muammar Gaddafi out of office.
White House Defends Continuing U.S. Role in Libya Operation: In a 38-page report sent to lawmakers describing and defending the NATO-led operation, the White House said the mission was prying loose Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi’s grip on power.
Boehner: US Congress has power to cut Libya funds: "It doesn't pass the straight face test in my view that we are not in the midst of hostilities," Boehner said. The U.S. had launched drone strikes and was part of efforts to bomb Muammar Gaddafi's compound, he said. "We're spending $10 million dollars a day."
Libya mission to cost $1.1 bln by Sept 30 -White House: The report stated that these funds would be found in the existing Defense Department budget, and would therefore not require a supplemental appropriations request to Congress.
Cut US "Defense" budget now! Gates says spending cuts mean smaller U.S. military: U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates on Wednesday spelt out military spending cuts for the Congress, saying reduced spending will result in a smaller force that goes to fewer places and does fewer things.
List of countries by military expenditures: Guess who's number 1?
Minister Farrakhan's Full Press Conference on US, NATO attack on Libya: Video - Minister Farrakhan exposed the U.S. and NATO's criminal War Libya and Africa during a June 15, 2011 Press Conference at the UN Plaza Hotel. Also presenting were former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark, Human Rights Activist Viola Plummer and International Actitivst Cynthia McKinney.
Syria hits back at global outcry over crackdown: Near the flashpoint northern town of Jisr Al Shughur, officials on Wednesday showed a group of 20 journalists, a grave containing at least five corpses they said were security forces.
Russia, China warn West against interference: Russia and China oppose outside interference in the unrest in the Arab world, the two presidents said yesterday in a declaration, as the West seeks their support for increasing pressure on Syria.
Ahmadinejad joins China, Russia leaders at summit: Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Wednesday joined the Chinese and Russian leaders in a rare encounter at a summit in Kazakhstan, where he launched a new attack on the "slavers and colonisers" of the West.
Jordan's Abdullah: Israel is not interested in peace: In interview with Washington Post, Jordan King Abdullah laments Israeli public's gravitation toward the right, rejection of 1967 borders, saying prospects for Middle East peace are grim.
Zawahiri named new al-Qaeda leader: "The general command of al-Qaeda announces, after consultations, the appointment of Sheikh Ayman al- Zawahiri as head of the group," AFP quoted a statement allegedly released by al-Qaeda on Thursday.
Greece wracked by political turmoil in debt crisis: Prime Minister George Papandreou has struggled to garner support for a new package of €28 billion ($39.5 billion) in spending cuts and tax hikes demanded by the European Union and the International Monetary Fund, which last year granted his debt-ridden nation €110 billion ($155 billion) in bailout loans.
Ireland's Kenny Appeals for EU Shift: Prime Minister Enda Kenny appealed to fellow European leaders Thursday to ease up on Ireland as it struggles to overcome its worst debt crisis, saying his country is "not a socio-political experiment."
Britain walks out: UK braced for biggest wave of strikes since the 1980s: Hundreds of thousands of public employees set to strike, with co-ordinated day of action on 30 June
Bankers + politicians = 'unholy alliance' vs people : Video - Renowned Eurosceptic and British Euro MP Nigel Farage says saving the banks is why politicians are so determined to bail out Greece and keep it in the Eurozone.
Mexico drug war: US sting 'let cartels buy guns': Hundreds of US guns were bought, resold and sent to Mexican drug cartels in an Arizona sting operation while US firearms agents were ordered not to intervene, Congress has heard.
What a load of bull: Congress holds second hearings on violent Islam: A congressional inquiry into the threat of Islamic radicalization in U.S. prisons quickly devolved Wednesday into a debate about political correctness, street gangs and the quality of the nation's prison system.
Bradley Manning supporters rally at WikiLeaks federal grand jury: “It is heartening to see that some witnesses are refusing to cooperate with this campaign to conceal the truth," Kevin Zeese, an attorney with the Bradley Manning Support Network who attended the rally, said.
You're Going to Need a Warrant For That, Officer: Last year Yasir Afifi, a 20-year-old U.S.-born citizen, found a strange device attached to his car. When he posted a photo of it online, the FBI showed up at his home two days later.
Coming soon to a trash bin near you: The FBI: Restrictions on the administration of lie-detector tests will be relaxed, as will searching people's garbage, when it comes to evaluating a subject's potential use as an FBI informant.
U.S. Economic Confidence Plunges in Early June: A sharp deterioration in the jobs outlook and six straight weeks of Wall Street declines sent Americans' confidence in the U.S. economy plunging to an average of -35 during the week ending June 12 -- a decline of nine percentage points from two weeks ago, and six points worse than it was in the same week a year ago.

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