Friday, 15 July 2011

Nato and "Rebels" Co-ordinate Attacks
By Associated Press

"It proves Nato is not interested in democracy, protecting civilians or peace," added Mr Ibrahim. Continue

NATO will be Defeated in Libya

By Gerald A. Perreira

There is now a glaring truth confronting the North Atlantic Terrorist Organization (NATO) – Muammar Qaddafi has handed out over one million kalashnikovs to the Libyan people. Continue

Video: The Truth Behind the U.S./NATO War on Libya
Including eyewitness footage

By ANSWER Coalition

Help break the media blockade by sharing this video with friends, family and co-workers via email and social networking websites. Continue

Campaigners Seek Arrest of Former CIA Legal Chief over Pakistan Drone Attacks

By Peter Beaumont

UK human rights lawyer leads bid to have John Rizzo arrested over claims he approved attacks that killed hundreds of people. Continue

Will the U.S. Really Leave Iraq?

By Lawrence Davidson

The United States invades Iraq, massacres its population and destroys its infrastructure, but those who insist America withdraw its troops and physically resist their presence are "extremists." Continue

War With Iran?
US Neocons Aim to Repeat Chalabi-Style Swindle

By Ali Fatemi and Karim Pakravan

Why would some of the most vocal advocates for prosecuting the war on terror now take an Islamic terrorist group under its wing? Continue

Confused Strategy:
How the PA Sold Out Palestinian Unity

By Ramzy Baroud

Being a guardian of Palestinian national interests and simultaneously satisfying Israel’s political interests and US expectations is an impossible feat. Continue

Murdoch Has Blood on His Hands

By David Swanson

Bribery is dirty stuff. So is sneaking a peak at the private messages of murder victims. But there's something even dirtier: murder coldly calculated and played out from behind a desk. Continue

Manhunt for a Known Terrorist Ignored by MSM


Thom Hartmann asks, did you hear about the statewide 10 DAY manhunt here for a known terrorist? I'll tell you all about it - and the terrorist who's still on the loose. Continue

The Emperor Has No Economy

By Ted Rall

Either Obama's powers of persuasion are lacking or the American people have wised up. Continue

Debt Political Theater Diverts Attention While Americans' Wealth Is Stolen

By Dennis Kucinich

The rancorous debate over the debt belies a fundamental truth of our economy -- that it is run for the few at the expense of the many. Continue

How Much Should One Man Be Able To Make?

By Paul Buchheit

One man (John Paulson) made enough money last year to hire a quarter of a million entry-level health care workers, all by himself. Continue

Meet The Indonesian Workers Who Make Your Nikes:

By Zaid Jilani

50 Cent Hourly Wages, Beatings, And Humiliation. Continue

Mass Psychosis in the US

By James Ridgeway

How Big Pharma got Americans hooked on anti-psychotic drugs. Continue

Sources: U.S. attack kills at least 50 in Yemen: A U.S. drone strike targeting militants in southern Yemen Thursday killed at least 50 people, two Yemeni security sources said.
Seven killed as Yemeni troops shell southern city: Seven people were killed and 30 wounded when Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh's troops attacked southern Taiz city on Friday with rockets and tanks, broadcaster Al Arabiya reported
Yemeni security officer, two bodyguards killed in ambush in Taiz: A senior security officer and two of his bodyguards were killed in an ambush set by opposition tribal militants in central Yemen on Friday, the defense ministry said.
Twenty Turkish soldiers, Kurdish rebels killed in clash: Kurdish fighters killed 13 Turkish soldiers and seven militants died on Thursday in the worst clash since the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) ended a ceasefire in February.
17 Killed as Protesters flood streets in Syria: More than one million protesters flooded Syrian streets yesterday seeking an end to President Bashar al-Assad's regime as security forces opened fire and killed at least 17 and wounded nearly 100, activists said.
Clashes with militants in SW Pakistan, 12 killed: Four security personnel and eight militants were killed in an exchange of fire in Southwestern Baluchistan province of Pakistan, said paramilitary forces in a statement.
9 Civilians Killed in S Afghanistan: At least nine Afghan civilians were killed in a roadside bomb explosion in southern Afghanistan on Thursday, local officials said on Friday.
US troops leave Afghanistan as first drawdown kickstarts: US army press officer Major Michael Wunn. US officers have said that a total of about 800 soldiers in two Army units will depart this month.
A new Great Game is evolving in Afghanistan: Afghanistan and Central Asia are abundant with natural resources worth billions. So far, they are largely untapped but the battle is raging for who will be able to exploit them in the 21st century.
Pakistan requires US to end secret operations: Islamabad insists that the US should end all secret operations on the territory of Pakistan, chief of Pakistan’s intelligence service said.
Car bombings kill two in Iraq holy city: A police official told Xinhua that the cars exploded at a garage near a Shiite shrine in Karbala, some 100 km from the capital city Baghdad.
Iraqi premier allegedly runs a secret jail: Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's military office is defying members of Parliament and ignoring the government's own directive by operating a secretive jail in Baghdad's Green Zone where prisoners routinely face torture to extract confessions, Iraqi officials say.
Libya "rebels" regroup but battle exposes weakness: Western states are frustrated by a five-month rebel campaign that -- despite support from NATO warplanes -- has failed to overthrow Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, and some governments are now looking instead to talks as a way out of the conflict.
NATO chief calls for more planes to bomb Libyan targets: NATO members should supply more warplanes to bomb Libyan military targets, the alliance's secretary-general said on Thursday, increasing pressure on states to contribute more to the mission.
US liberates Libyans national wealth: US formally recognizes Libya rebels: The decision, which declared Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's regime no longer legitimate, will potentially free up cash that the rebels fighting Libyan forces urgently need.
US Recognizes Al-Qaeda War Criminals As Libya's Official Government: In an act of utter desperation as the brutal, though entirely ineffective Libyan rebels flounder in their NATO-backed offensives against Libya's ruling government in Tripoli, the US has now recognized the Libyan rebels as the country's "legitimate government"
Chavez Blasts European Powers, Urges NATO to Stop Air Raids: It was particularly wrong that the European powers continued to carry out military raids against targets in Libya when its leader Muammar Gaddafi had made repeated calls for a ceasefire, Chavez said in a live broadcast on state television.
China, Russia refuse to attend Libya Contact Group meeting: Russia, which is critical of the NATO-led strikes in Libya, turned down Turkey’s invitation, while China, which has maintained a policy of non-interference in the conflict, has not said it will attend the meeting
Surprise? US standing plunges across the Arab world: Favourable attitudes have fallen nine per cent over the past two years in key Middle Eastern countries, new survey says.
US sour on Arab UN bid for Palestinian statehood: The Palestinians have been looking to seek statehood at the UN General Assembly in September amid a long stalemate in negotiations with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government.
Rep. Jim McDermott: Fight a war with no end, or invest in the American people?: Video: The answer lies in what kind of country we are, what legacy we leave behind to our children and our grandchildren, and transcending political divisions towards a common commitment to making America strong again.”
Cartwright: Budget cuts could force a return to the draft: The Pentagon is considering massive changes to the force — including a draft — amid fears that new and far deeper budget cuts are looming just over the horizon, a top military official said Thursday.
Gold Rises on Concern About U.S. Rating: Gold climbed for a ninth straight day and the Dollar Index fell amid concern the U.S. is getting closer to losing its top credit rating. Oil rallied, extending a third consecutive weekly advance, and the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index was little changed.
U.S. Considers Asset Sale To Pay Bills If Debt Limit Is Not Raised: Among the options being considered to raise revenues while borrowing is prohibited, are the suspension of non-critical payments, and the sale of federally-owned student loans, mortgages, and even gold reserves.
Goldman: These Companies Could Get Crushed If The Government Goes Into Austerity Mode: Right now the focus in Washington is on the debt ceiling, and getting past August 2. But presuming that somehow the politicians don't screw it up, it looks like a deep austerity is probably coming.
Stranger than fiction: Two Navy Ships That Cost $300 Million Are Headed To The Scrapyard Without Having Seen A Day Of Service: Embroiled by legal battles for more than 25 years, two U.S. Navy ships are finally headed to the scrap heap without ever having sailed and despite the fact that they're almost completely finished.
Indigenous resistance is the new 'terrorism': In Ecuador, protesting for the rights of the Earth and trying to preserve natural resources may make you a "terrorist".
US extradites Telmo Hurtado to Peru over 1985 massacre: The US has extradited a Peruvian ex-army officer, Telmo Hurtado, over the killing 69 villagers during the war against Maoist guerrillas in the 1980s.
US Torture: Crimes with Impunity: Human Rights Watch wants George Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld investigated for war crimes:
Pentagon declares the Internet a war domain: The Pentagon released a long-promised cybersecurity plan Thursday that declares the Internet a domain of war but does not spell out how the U.S. military would use the Web for offensive strikes.
Beyond belief: Man indicted in latest US 'homegrown terror' case: Among the allegations against him is that Begolly late last year posted links to a 101-page document that contains information on how to set up a laboratory and manufacture explosives.
How The FBI Entraps US Citizens To Feign Success Against Terror: The FBI, under considerable pressure to produce results, has resorted to unjust measures to create villains of domestic terror.
Judge questions proof in US terror finance case: A federal judge in Florida is raising questions about the strength of the US case against two suspects in a terrorism financing case.
Police: Internet providers must keep user logs: Law enforcement representatives are planning to endorse a proposed federal law that would require Internet service providers to store logs about their customers for 18 months, CNET has learned.
Another Photographer Detained in Southern California: For the second time in a month, police in Long Beach, California detained a photographer for taking pictures in public.
Ex-CIA Agent Explains How Bloggers Can "Dump Congress On Its Ass" Video

No comments:

Post a Comment