Friday, 28 October 2011

Turkey Shelters Anti-Assad Fighters

By Liam Stack

Turkey is hosting an armed opposition group waging an insurgency against the government of President Bashar al-Assad, and allowing them to orchestrate attacks across the border from inside a camp guarded by the Turkish military. Continue

Syria Imperative and Israeli Interests

By Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich

The peoples’ grievances is being used as a means to arm them, have them killed, and create the need for an intervention in order to promote Israeli interests. Continue

US Congress Hears Calls For Black Ops Against Iran

By Ismail Salami

Retired Army Gen. John Keane told a hearing, "We've got to put our hand around their throat now. Why don't we kill them? Continue

US Congress Engineering Consent
For Attacks On Iran And Venezuela

Must Watch - Joint Subcommittee Hearing:

"Iran is engaged in recruiting young Venezuelans of Arab origin for use in intelligence operations as militants. Some go to Iran for training. Some sources say that Hezbollah is involved in this operation," said the chairman of the subcommittee on Oversight and Homeland Security, Republican Michael McCaul. Continue

Somalia, Libya, Uganda:
US Military Increases Focus on "Militant Threats" From Africa

By Associated Press

While putting few U.S. troops at risk, the United States is playing a growing role in Africa’s military battles, using special forces advisers, drones and tens of millions of dollars in military aid to combat a growing and multifaceted security threat. Continue

From The Archives
The Plan is for the United States to Rule the World.

By David Armstrong

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. It calls for dominion over friends and enemies alike. It says not that the United States must be more powerful, or most powerful, but that it must be absolutely powerful. Continue
Americans: Awash In Spin

By Paul Craig Roberts

I have come to the conclusion that Big Brother’s subjects in George Orwell’s 1984 are better informed than Americans. Continue

The Never-Ending Eurofiasco

By Mike Whitney

Is this any way to run a multi-trillion confederation of states? Continue

Video of Scott Olsen Being Shot by Police at Occupy Oakland


Proof that Scott Olsen was shot in the face by police without provocation during the Occupy Oakland march on Tuesday October 25. Continue

Oakland on Strike!

By Mike King and George Ciccariello-Maher

The time has come to shut “their” city down for good and realize the vision of the Black Panther Party that was born in this town 45 years ago. Continue

The 1% Loves Socialism

By Scott Cruickshank

It’s time we took a lesson from the 1%. They gave us communism and capitalism to keep us happy while they looted the place. Continue

Continue32 killed in Baghdad blast: A defence ministry official put the toll from Thursday night's twin roadside bomb attacks in Baghdad's Urr neighbourhood at 32 dead and 71 wounded while an interior ministry official said 36 were killed and 78 wounded.
NATO bombs kill 30 "insurgents" in eastern Afghanistan: – Insurgents attacked a convoy of Afghan and international occupation troops on Friday in eastern Afghanistan, sparking a gunbattle that left about 30 militants dead, NATO said.
Tiny Drone Secretly Sent To Afghanistan: The Switchblade is a one kilogram (2.2 pound) expendable (used only once) UAV that can be equipped with explosives. The armed version can be flown to a target and detonated, having about the same explosive effect as a hand grenade.
U.S. kills another 6 people in NW Pakistan: A U.S. pilotless aircraft fired four missiles on a house in Mir Ali area in Pakistan's North Waziristan tribal region Thursday night, killing at least six people, Dawn TV reported.
Tribesmen to rally against U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan: Pakistani tribesmen will march in Islamabad on Friday against the U.S. drone aircraft strikes in the tribal regions, which they said many innocent people had been killed, local media reported on Friday.
Demonizing Pakistan: Pakistan allows insurgent fire on US troops: general: Pakistani forces are allowing insurgents to launch rocket and mortar attacks on US troops across the border in Afghanistan and may be collaborating with the militants, a US general said Thursday.
4 killed in attack in Kenya border town: Attack is the latest violent incident in the East African nation since it launched offensive against al-Shabab.
U.S. drone base in Ethiopia is operational: The Air Force has been secretly flying armed Reaper drones on counterterrorism missions from a remote civilian airport in southern Ethi­o­pia as part of a rapidly expanding U.S.-led proxy war against an al-Qaeda affiliate in East Africa, U.S. military officials said.
U.S. weighing military helicopter deal for Turkey: Proposal has been held up amid U.S. lawmakers' questions about deterioration of ties between Turkey and Israel.
Congress Hears Recommendations for Escalating Covert and Military Action on Iran: - “This was an act of war,” said Rep. Peter King (R-NY), Chairman of the Homeland Security Committee at a hearing on how the U.S. should respond to the alleged Iranian plot to assassinate the Saudi ambassador in Washington.
Libya’s former UN ambassador fears for life in jail: A former Libyan PM and Ambassador to the UN now in NTC custody in Tripoli has suffered broken legs and other injuries following what relatives claim was a murder attempt by guards.
‘We Were Raped, Robbed by Libyan Rebels’: Thirty days in the desert after fleeing the crisis-torn Libya, 450 Nigerians yesterday arrived Maiduguri, Borno State, with tales of rape, torture and loss of their personal effects to the fighters opposed to the regime of late Col. Muammar Gaddafi.
Libya's African migrants face harder life post-Kadhafi: On the coast outside Tripoli, a squalid refugee camp shelters hundreds of African migrants who found work under Libya's former regime, but are now jobless, discriminated against and unable to return home.
Gaddafi remembered at prayers in Mali: Thousands of Muslims in Mali's capital, Bamako, have held a special prayer service for killed ex-Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi. A huge of portrait Col Gaddafi hung at the entrance of the city's main mosque, hailing him as a visionary.
Ottawa to spend up to $477M on U.S. military satellites: The federal government is planning to spend as much as $477-million to participate in a U.S.-led military satellite program that has been subject to delays and cost overruns over the past decade, Postmedia News has learned.
'US role' in drug war fuels Mexican concern: Mexican officials are trying to calm concerns over reported US infringement of its southern neighbour's sovereignty. According to a New York Times report, US intelligence agents are operating in Mexico more than ever before to infiltrate drug cartels in Mexico

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