Thursday, 25 August 2011

Lies Unmasked As UK Admits Boots On The Ground
Britain's SAS Leads Hunt For Gaddafi

By Thomas Harding, Gordon Rayner, Damien Mcelroy

The SAS soldiers, who have been dressed in Arab civilian clothes and carrying the same weapons as the rebels, have been ordered to switch their focus to the search for Gaddafi. Continue

Chavez: Now The War Begins

By The Associated Press

"The drama of Libya isn't ending with the fall of Gadhafi's government. It's beginning," Chavez said. "The tragedy in Libya is just beginning." Continue

Guerrilla War Is Inevitable
History Repeats Itself, With Mistakes of Iraq Rehearsed Afresh

By Robert Fisk

The massive presence of Western diplomats, oil-mogul representatives, highly paid Western mercenaries and shady British and French servicemen – all pretending to be "advisers" rather than participants – is the Benghazi Green Zone. Continue

Kucinich: NATO Pursued Regime Change in Libya

By Dennis Kucinich

NATO violated UNSC resolutions. The Obama Administration violated the U.S. Constitution by bypassing Congress on the war. These are not mere academic matters. They have moved the world community from the rule of law to the rule of force. Continue

Ahmadinejad warns Israel against military strikes

By Press TV

Iran and Egypt play pivotal roles in regional developments, President Ahmadinejad said. “If the two countries stand together, the entire region will be free and the Zionist regime will be eliminated from the region.” Continue

Murky Anti-Semitism (Zionist Style)

By Lawrence Davidson

Can criticism of Israel, particularly a) criticism of Israel’s treatment of the Palestinian people and b) criticism of the state ideology of Zionism that justifies that treatment, be labeled anti-Semitic? Continue

Wikileaks: Only Solution is Separation: Lieberman

By Philip Weiss

In ’06, Lieberman told US ambassador of need to transfer Palestinians from Israel– and US says nothing. Continue

The Extreme Israeli Right's Alliance With Lunatics

Haaretz Editorial

The extreme Israeli right has developed an alliance with heads of the evangelical movement, some of whom believe that another Holocaust of the Jews will ensure the resurrection of Jesus. Continue

Ousted Iraqi Minister : American Banking System Chokes Our Economy

By Saieb Khalil

Ex-Minster of Electricity reveals an American banking system inserted in Iraq that would dictate on the Iraqi government which countries to deal economically with and which not. Continue

Market Crash 'Could Hit Within Weeks', Warn Bankers

By Harry Wilson, and Philip Aldrick

A more severe crash than the one triggered by the collapse of Lehman Brothers could be on the way, according to alarm signals in the credit markets. Continue

Myotonic Markets

By Keiser Report:

Max talks to Chris Martenson about the insolvency of the banking system and about Dr. Bernanke's misdiagnosis of the cause of the financial crisis. Continue

Idiot Wind:
The Eternal Return Of The Politics Of The1970s

By Phil Rockstroh

Bachmann, Perry et al will play their roles as scary, scary psychos --as Obama will play the calm, reasonable, deliberate authority figure. Continue

Locked Up Abroad — For The FBI

By Nick Baumann

Inside the feds' secret program to have American citizens detained and interrogated by foreign governments. Continue

Turkey prepares for ground assault on Kurdish rebels in Iraq: Turkish forces have begun massing on the Iraqi border ahead of an expected attack on Kurdish rebels in the neighboring country's mountainous northern region. The attack would follow days of airstrikes on the area.
30 Gadhafi fighters found dead at Tripoli camp: More than 30 men believed to be fighters loyal to Moammar Gadhafi have been killed at a military encampment in central Tripoli and at least two were bound with plastic handcuffs, indicating they had been executed.
Gadhafi urges followers to 'destroy' rebels: In the recording, Gadhafi is said to have told Libyan tribes to unite, and that "Libya is for Libyans" not for foreign agents.
‘Gaddafi switching to guerrilla mode’: Strategically speaking, some analysts find the rebels advance has left them spread thinly and therefore vulnerable to a counter-attack by loyalist forces.
Call To Probe NATO Commanders For War Crimes: Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe has urged the International Criminal Court to investigate Nato commanders for possible crimes against humanity during the organisation’s bombing operations in Libya.
Libya is the new Afghanistan: The worst-kept secret of the Libyan campaign is out – the SAS are busily hunting down Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, having orchestrated the rebels’ stunning advance on Tripoli. So much for David Cameron’s insistence that there would be no British boots on the ground in this conflict.
Rebels loot rifles from armoury in Gaddafi compound: Hundreds of rebel fighters on Tuesday looted an armoury in part of the compound of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi that they had overrun, seizing new sniper rifles in plastic cases, a Reuters witness said.
Rioters Loot Residence of South Korean Ambassador in Tripoli: A gang of armed robbers has attacked the South Korean ambassador's residence in Tripoli, stealing televisions and other gadgets.
Venezuelan ambassador to Tripoli official residence was looted by "armed groups": He called it a violation of international law by armed groups supported by NATO, and therefore by NATO itself.
Need a laugh? Libyan ex-royal Family Working With Rebels: Libyan Prince Idris Al-Senussi is thankful to the young people of Libya and looks forward to working with a new government.
Fox in the hen house: New Libya leaders seek to unfreeze funds: Head of rebel cabinet tours Europe in a bid to secure the release of billions of dollars in UN-frozen Libyan assets.
South Africa Prevents Funds Transfer For Libya Rebels: The U.S. proposal to release a portion of Moammar Gaddafi’s billions faced opposition this week from South Africa in a U.N. committee on Libyan sanctions. Proposals in the sanctions committee, which works by consensus, require the support of all 15 council members to be approved.
World powers rush in to rebuild loot Libya: By unfreezing assets and offering loans, governments from London to Beijing are extending "help" to the 'new' Libya.
Arab League recognizes Libyan rebels: The League of Arab States recognized Libya's Transitional Council on Thursday and is ready to grant it membership of the organization, regional media quoted Arab League Secretary General Nabil Al-Araby as saying.
The Return of the Cruise Missile Left: Audio - The laptop bombadiers are happy with the results in Tripoli. But it requires a framework that supports intervention in order to invade a country. Maximillian Forte takes us on a journey through 'liberal imperialism,' and the 'NATO left.'
Algeria wants Libya rebels to curb al Qaeda-source: Algeria will not yet recognise Libyan rebels as the new leadership of its neighbour state and wants them to make a strong commitment to fighting al Qaeda in North Africa, an Algerian government source told Reuters.
A bin Laden expert bets on al-Qaeda’s survival: The American bipartisan political elite—not to mention the U.S.-Euro war-loving quintet made up of Senators John McCain, Joe Lieberman and Lindsey Graham, UK prime minister David Cameron and French president Nicolas Sarkozy—leapt off the precipice of simple unreality into the rarefied environs of true fantasy.
24 protesters, troops killed in Syria in past 24 hours: A total of 24 people, including eight servicemen, were killed in Syria over the past 24 hours during clashes between protesters and troops loyal to President Bashar al-Assad, the Al Arabiya TV channel said, quoting the opposition Syrian Revolution Coordination Union.
Iran sues Russia over refusal to deliver S-300 defense systems: Iran's Ambassador to Russia Seyyed Mahmoud Reza Sajjadi said Iran has filed a lawsuit against Russia at the International Court of Justice over Moscow's refusal to ship S-300 air defense systems to Tehran
Twelve killed in Iraq attacks: Twelve people, among them six policemen, were killed and 14 others wounded in a series of attacks across Iraq yesterday, security and hospital officials said.
Israel kills 11 people in attacks on Gaza as a truce between the sides appeared to fall apart. 'If Israel stops its attacks, the Palestinian resistance will stop firing rockets,' spokesman Daoud Shihab told AFP, saying the group did not want 'an escalation'.
China announces support for Palestinian UN statehood bid: Special Chinese envoy to the Middle East Wu Sike shares the news at a meeting with Palestinian leaders in Ramallah on Thursday.
Glenn Beck tells Jerusalem: 'Evil is growing. Darkness is falling': Former Fox News presenter greeted with protests and empty seats as he takes his message to the Temple Mount
Egypt: Governor honors Israeli 'flagman,' awards him with apartment : Sharqiya Governor Azazy Ali Azazy on Monday honored an Egyptian man who climbed the building that houses the Israeli Embassy in Cairo and tore down the Israeli flag during a protest Sunday.
Gilad Atzmon: The Israeli Flag And The Penis: The Daily Mail reported this week that young Paul Donnachie was found to have acted in a racially aggravated manner when he defiled an Israeli flag in a supposed political protest.
10 people killed in hotel bombing in northwest Pakistan: A bicycle bomb has exploded at a busy northwestern Pakistan hotel, killing at least 10 people, wounding 14 and destroying the building, police said.
Pakistan orders 250 US officials to leave: - The US officials are reportedly assigned various duties such as logistic support and audit and accounts monitoring. Most of them are said to be involved in high-level espionage and anti-state activities.
NATO says 3 occupation force troops killed in Afghanistan: The U.S.-led coalition said Thursday that one trooper was killed in a blast and two others were killed in a separate explosion.
China accuses US of 'exaggerating' military threat: Xinhua said many people in China found it "weird" that the United States, which spends far more on its military than any other country in the world, should highlight Chinese expenditure.
Bahrain sacks 2,500 state workers: About 2,500 state workers in Bahrain have been dismissed from their jobs for taking part in nation-wide protests against the ruling of Al-Khalifa dynasty
Chilean protesters clash with police: Police use tear gas and water cannons as two-day nationwide strike against unpopular president gets off to violent start
Giving up liberty in the pursuit of security: The CIA has been spying on New York City's Muslim communities for years, in violation of US law.
Greece Quietly Activates Emergency Liquidity Measures: Greek default might not be that far away.
Marc Faber: Don’t Store Your Gold In The United States: Video and transcript: Faber had a very clear message: that everyone should own *physical* gold… and what’s more, they should store it outside of the United States:
Deal on foreclosures stalls over New York inquiry into banks: New York's attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, has been thrown off the committee of state prosecutors which has been negotiating a deal for the past 10 months, after he refused to agree to give banks broad immunity from future prosecutions.

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