US Punched Bibi, Barak in the Face

Analysis: Dempsey's remark regarding IDF's inability to destroy Iran's nuclear capability meant to show Israel who's bossBy Attila SomfalviAugust 16, 2012 "Ynetnews" - Once every few years Israel needs a slap in the face to remember where it stands in the world. On Tuesday it was US Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General... Continue Reading →

Russia in the Middle East: Return of a Superpower?

By Eric Walberg August 16, 2012 "Information Clearing House" The world is living through a veritable slow-motion earthquake. If things go according to plan, the US obsession with Afghanistan and Iraq will soon be one of those ugly historical disfigurements that — at least for most Americans — will disappear into the memory hole.Like Nixon and... Continue Reading →

US Funding Al Qaeda In Syria

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Britain warns Ecuador it could enter embassy to get Assange

By ReutersAugust 16, 2012 "Reuters" --- Britain on Wednesday warned Ecuador that it could raid its London embassy if Quito does not hand over WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been taking refuge at the mission since mid-June.In Quito, the Ecuadorean government said that any such action would be considered a violation of its sovereignty... Continue Reading →

Julian Assange asylum: Ecuador is right to stand up to the US

The United States would paint itself as a promoter of human rights, but any right to make that claim is long goneBy Mark WeisbrotAugust 16, 2012 "The Guardian" -- Ecuador has now made its decision: to grant political asylum to Julian Assange. This comes in the wake of an incident that should dispel remaining doubts... Continue Reading →

Julian Assange, Dictators and Terrorists: Spot the difference

Video  Watch this short film, see how an Interpol Red Notice has been issued for his arrest -- which is usually used only for dictators and terrorists -- even Syria's Assad and Libya's Ghadaffi were not subjected to one -- and know why he has resisted extradition to Sweden. Posted August 16, 2012 This article... Continue Reading →

The American Way

By Stephen LendmanAugust 16, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- Past and present leaders reveal the soul of their nations. Arguably America never had one. Current domestic and foreign policies provide convincing evidence.Police state harshness targets defenders of right over wrong everywhere. National resources go for militarism, belligerence, and making super-rich elites richer. Corporations are licensed... Continue Reading →

Assange fate still up in the air

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Who wants the head of Julian Assange?

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Assange granted asylum by Ecuador

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Barry Ritholtz on the Ghosts Haunting the Zombified US Housing Market!

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UK vows to block Assange route as Ecuador grants him asylum

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David Icke: "Stuff Your Foreclosure, We Ain’t Moving!"

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David Icke on George H.W. Bush

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Ecuador foreign minister announces Julian Assange granted asylum

‘Real Arab Spring in Bahrain which West ignores’

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Assange mother: Ecuador a shining light to world, other govt’s should fo…

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Keiser Report: Frankenmarket (E328)

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‘UK threats help Assange cause, West hostile to whistleblowers’

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Ecuador foreign minister announces Julian Assange granted asylum

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Is Full Employment Possible in Capitalism?

UK threatens to ‘assault’ Ecuador embassy to arrest Assange

All (war) roads lead to Mecca

Pepe Escobar This was undoubtedly BIG. Everyone and his neighbor were there. The Emir of Qatar, President Morsi from Egypt, President Gul from Turkey, Palestinian Authority's Mahmud Abbas, Hamid Karzai The Afghan, Prime Minister Zardari from Pakistan, Marzouki the new Tunisian leader, King Abdullah from Jordan, Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad himself. All 57 member-states of the... Continue Reading →

US media seeks to legitimize Ryan’s extreme-right agenda

By Patrick Martin 16 August 2012The corporate-controlled US media, both conservative and liberal, has largely praised the selection of Congressman Paul Ryan as the Republican candidate for vice president. In the midst of the worst jobs crisis since the Great Depression, the media has seized on Ryan’s selection to insist that the central issue in the... Continue Reading →

US coordinates with Turkey in proxy Syria war

By Chris Marsden 16 August 2012US efforts to bring down the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria focus on collusion with Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP).Turkey is the only regional power that could successfully front a proxy war with Syria, behind which Washington could call the shots. The AKP is also viewed as the... Continue Reading →

The Push to ignite a Turkish civil war through a Syrian quagmire

by Mahdi Darius NazemroayaThrough its much-touted ‘zero problems with neighbors’ doctrine, the Turkish government had set out with a realistic chance of being everyone’s friend. It has now made itself everyone’s enemy, including its own, by embracing policies that have put it on a collision course with disaster. By being duped into burning its bridges with... Continue Reading →

Video of first arrests, scuffles at Ecuador embassy before Assange asylu…

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UK threatens to ‘assault’ Ecuador embassy to arrest Assange

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Is Ryan a Desperate Romney Choice?

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Is Full Employment Possible in Capitalism?

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News Bulletin — 22:00 GMT

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