Washington Wired for War: Why Syria Could Spell World Catastrophe

by Finian Cunninghamfunction googleTranslateElementInit() { new google.translate.TranslateElement({ pageLanguage: 'en' }, 'google_translate_element'); } Global Research,When Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip fatally shot the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, archduke Franz Ferdinand, in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914, the assassination is seen as the event that ushered in the First World War. Within a month, the Great Powers... Continue Reading →

Syria Picture Faked, Say Bloggers

By Austrian TimesAugust 03, 2012 "Austrian Times" -- Newspaper bosses in Austria have been accused of faking a dramatic photograph of a family fleeing Syria's civil war-torn city Aleppo.The snap - published in the country's biggest selling Die Kronen Zeitung newspaper - shows a father cradling a child with a woman in a hijab beside... Continue Reading →

Syria’s Crumbling Pluralism

Civil Disintegration and Ethnic Cleansing. By KAPIL KOMIREDDIAugust 03, 2012 "NY Times" -- DAMASCUS — The day begins here with the call to prayer and ends with the roar of gunfire. Syria’s pluralistic society, which once rose above sectarian identity in a region often characterized by a homicidal assertion of religious belief, is now faced with... Continue Reading →

‘Russia sends military warning to US on Syria’

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‘US, NATO seek repeat of Qaddafi end for Assad’

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Thousands of Israelis turn up for anti-govt demo

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‘Democracy cannot be brought about from outside’

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‘US created the monster of China’

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Keiser Report: Superstition Trading (E323)

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Parti Quebecois and unions press students to end strike

By Keith Jones 4 August 2012On the second day of the Quebec election campaign, Parti Quebecois (PQ) leader Pauline Marois urged the province’s post-secondary students to end their nearly six-month-long strike against the Liberal government’s plans to dramatically increase university tuition fees.Under the Liberals’ draconian Bill 78—legislation that effectively criminalizes the strike—CEGEPs (pre-university and technical colleges)... Continue Reading →

US unemployment rate rises on weak jobs report

By Andre Damon 4 August 2012The US economy added 163,000 jobs in July, and the unemployment rate grew to 8.3 percent, the Labor Department reported on Friday. Although the number of jobs created was the most in five months, and higher than had been expected, it was barely enough to keep up with population growth.The headline... Continue Reading →

UN General Assembly targets Syria as US proxy war escalates

By Alex Lantier 4 August 2012The UN General Assembly voted 133-12, with 31 abstentions, to endorse a resolution denouncing the Syrian government yesterday, as fighting escalated in the US-led proxy war in Syria. The vote was the focus of a massive propaganda campaign, aiming at placing blame for the bloody proxy war waged by the US... Continue Reading →

Selective Unemployment: US slows immigration to save American jobs

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From the Desk of AfriSynergy August 2, 2012

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Does cyber security really cost $1 trn?

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