Architects of Euro Fail lead way to 2012 danger zone

RT’s 10 that shaped 2011: US Occupy movement

Full Show 12/29/11 The Best of The Big Picture

Cutter Charges in the North Tower by David Chandler – Czech

Gaddafi’s weapons rattle in Nigeria

Islamists of Nigeria associated with the Afghan Taliban and the fundamentalist Algerians will continue unleashing their war against the government of this country to a complete victory and the establishment of Sharia throughout its territory. This is how they commented on the terrorist attacks that occurred during the Catholic Christmas in several cities of the... Continue Reading →

Russia exposes true colors of the West

For the first time in many years, Russia's Foreign Ministry published an extensive report about the state of affairs in the field of human rights in the United States of America, Canada, EU, NATO members and Georgia. The report from the ministry also touched upon Libya, where NATO's incursion has led to the bloody change... Continue Reading →

Geopolitics of Confusion

By Nadir Mir US - NATO attack on Pakistan US - NATO attacked a non NATO Ally Pakistan! The attack was unprovoked, wanton, cowardly and ruthless. It was open aggression and violation of Pakistan's sovereignty. US - NATO aggression was condemned or Pakistan received support and sympathy from China, Russia, Iran, OIC (Saudi Arabia) -... Continue Reading →

US menaces Iran over Strait of Hormuz

By Peter Symonds 30 December 2011 The Obama administration has issued what amounts to a threat of war against Iran following comments by senior Iranian officials that Tehran would close the Strait of Hormuz in response to an embargo on its oil exports. To reinforce the point, the US navy sent two of its warships—the... Continue Reading →

Spoiling for a Fight with Syria and Iran

By Stephen Lendman December 29, 2011 "Information Clearing House" - Syria remains the region’s only independent secular state. Washington aims to replace its regime with a client one. Libya’s model was replicated. Months of externally generated violence followed. So far it’s short of war. For how long is uncertain. Obama can’t wait to wage another... Continue Reading →

U.S., Israel Discuss Triggers for Bombing Iran’s Nuclear Infrastructure

Engineering Consent For Attack On Iran? The Obama administration is trying to assure Israel privately that it would strike Iran militarily if Tehran’s nuclear program crosses certain “red lines”—while attempting to dissuade the Israelis from acting unilaterally. By Eli Lake December 29, 2011 "Daily Beast" --  When Defense Secretary Leon Panetta opined earlier this month... Continue Reading →

Military Spending: Bang for the Buck?

Military Spending: Bang for the Buck?

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