Thierry Meyssan: Damascus Battle (Français)

Ducumentary on IRAN Iran Is Not the Problem; Stop War on IRAN

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US Authorizes Financial Support to Free Syrian Army

By Laura Rozen July 28, 2012 "Al-Monitor" -- A US group that supports the Free Syrian Army has received a waiver from the US Treasury Department authorizing it to provide logistical and financial support to the armed Syrian resistance. The waiver was received from the Treasury Department Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) last week, Brian... Continue Reading →

Secret Turkish Nerve Center Provides Aid to Syria “Rebels”

By Regan Doherty and Amena Bakr July 27, 2012 "DOHA/DUBAI" -- (Reuters) - Turkey has set up a secret base with allies Saudi Arabia and Qatar to direct vital military and communications aid to Syria's rebels from a city near the border, Gulf sources have told Reuters. News of the clandestine Middle East-run "nerve centre" working to... Continue Reading →

US Proxy Al Qaeda Death Squads in Syria

By Stephen LendmanJuly 28, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- Washington's agenda involves death squad diplomacy. Evidence mounts proving it. It's standard practice in all US direct and proxy wars. It's how America treats its enemies.Massacres and unspeakable atrocities are committed. Women are raped. Civilians are treated like combatants. They're indiscriminately killed.Others are targeted for opposing... Continue Reading →

Syria: Washington’s Latest War Crime

By Paul Craig Roberts July 28, 2012 "Information Clearing House" --  One wonders what Syrians are thinking as “rebels” vowing to “free Syria” take the country down the same road to destruction as “rebels” in Libya. Libya, under Gaddafi a well run country whose oil revenues were shared with the Libyan people instead of monopolized by... Continue Reading →

The Value of Tom Friedman?    

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Swallowing the Big Lie on Syria

Commentary: Reporting massacres that didn’t happen, and other media sins.By Tom FentonJuly 28, 2012 "Global Post" -- Antibes, France — The Western media should have learned a lesson from the Iraq fiasco.Most of the mainstream media gave a free pass to a Republican White House that promoted the Big Lie that Saddam Hussein's regime was... Continue Reading →

Which ‘Terror Plots’ are Relevant to Burgas?

By Gareth PorterJuly 28, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- Following US news media coverage of the Burgas, Bulgaria bombing, one would conclude that the Hezbollah provenance of the attack can be determined from recent alleged Hezbollah terrorist plotting against Israelis in Cyprus and elsewhere. The New York Times quotes anonymous US officials as saying the... Continue Reading →

America’s Quest for Global Dominance

Hegemony or Survival: By Noam Chomsky Chomsky indicates that America is just as much a terrorist state as any other government or rogue organization. Posted February 27, 2009 In Case You Missed it Evan Solomon talks with Noam Chomsky about his book "Hegemony or Survival: America's Quest for Global Dominance". Transcript Part 1

Stop War on Iran

Iran Is Not The Problem "Iran Is Not The Problem," is a feature length documentary film responding to the failure of the American mass media to provide the public with relevant and accurate information about the standoff between the US and Iran, as happened before with the lead up to the invasion of Iraq. We... Continue Reading →

Keiser Report: Hang ‘Em High! (E320)

‘Internet – weapon of destruction, each slogan is dum-dum bullet’

Olympics turned into mega money-making machine?

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Keiser Report: Hang ‘Em High! (E320)

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‘Internet – weapon of destruction, each slogan is dum-dum bullet’

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War Voyeurs: Israeli tourists watch Syria battles from safe distance

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UK in double-dip recession

By Robert Stevens 28 July 2012Britain is mired in its second official recession since the global financial meltdown of the autumn of 2008.In May, the British economy entered a “double-dip” recession for the first since the 1970s.Figures released by the UK Office for National Statistics (ONS) show the economy shrank by a larger-than-expected 0.7 percent in... Continue Reading →

Which way forward for the Montreal student strike?

By Andre Damon 28 July 2012Five months after students in Montreal, Quebec launched a strike against tuition increases, the movement stands at a crossroads. The strike’s leaders are seeking to channel mass opposition among students and workers behind the political establishment and upcoming elections, while the government appears set to force the reopening of schools on... Continue Reading →

Consumer spending slowdown hits US economy

By Patrick Martin 28 July 2012The US economy slowed significantly during the second quarter of 2012, according to figures released Friday by the Department of Commerce, with a fallback in consumer spending, particularly on new cars, accounting for the bulk of the slowdown.US gross domestic product grew by 1.5 percent from April to June, down from... Continue Reading →

Australian TV program exposes Assange frame-up

By Mike Head 28 July 2012“Four Corners”, an Australian Broadcasting Corporation current affairs program, this week broadcast what amounted to an exposé of the frame-up of WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange on allegations of sexual misconduct in Sweden. Assange remains inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, seeking political asylum from the threat of being removed to Sweden,... Continue Reading →

Imperialist powers unveils their proposed Syrian military strongman

28 July 2012 This week, Syrian General Manaf Tlass was mooted as the head of a proposed interim national unity government, to be installed if the US and its allies succeed in overthrowing the regime of President Bashar al-Assad. Tlass only defected on July 6. Before that he was a general in the elite 104thbrigade... Continue Reading →

Devastating US drought heralds global food inflation

By Naomi Spencer 28 July 2012 An aerial view of drought affected Colorado farm lands, 74 miles east of Denver, Colorado on Saturday, July 21, 2012 [Photo: USDA] Severe drought spread rapidly across the central US this week, further damaging staple crops and heightening the risk of a global food crisis. The Midwest, where roughly... Continue Reading →

The US-NATO War on Syria: Western Naval Forces Confront Russia Off the Syrian Coastline?

by Michel Chossudovsky "As I went back through the Pentagon in November 2001, one of the senior military staff officers had time for a chat. Yes, we were still on track for going against Iraq, he said. But there was more. This was being discussed as part of a five-year campaign plan, he said, and... Continue Reading →

Was Batman Shooting Another False Flag?

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Mass cyclists arrests cast shadow over London 2012 opening

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