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By Hizbullah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah How do you bet on the very side which robs you, conspires against you, and had fabricated these and dispatched them to you? Full speech delivered by Hizbullah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah during the memorial anniversary of the Resistance Leader Martyrs held in Sayyed Ashuhada Compound on […]

Looking through the US Tactics On January 25 in New Delhi, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barrack Obama held a summit meeting, whereupon they announced a joint statement, which now undergoes various hot comments. I take this occasion to express my view on the stubborn phenomena happening in today’s world. Upon start […]

China and Russia plan to extend their strategic partnership in finance, aviation and space as well as improve trade and economic cooperation, said Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Cheng Guoping. “It is essential to improve practical cooperation, as both sides will be increasing and expanding trade, and innovation,” Cheng said during a news conference in Beijing as quoted by Rossiya Segodnya. Trade between the two countries was worth $95.3 billion in 2014. China and Russia expect it to reach $200 billion by 2020. Radio Sputnik: ‘China – Russia partnership is at its best and will enhance further’ – Xiyu Yang The two countries will continue to expand cooperation in aviation, space and nuclear energy; he said adding that China will actively cooperate with Russia in finance to seek new forms of interaction.

On January 26, the New York Times claimed that “a CIA drone strike in Yemen. . . . killed three suspected Qaeda fighters on Monday.” How did they know the identity of the dead? As usual, it was in part because “American officials said.” There was not a whiff of skepticism about this claim despite the fact that […]

The Nobel Peace Laureate President Barack Obama, the guy who once campaigned claiming one US war — the one against Iraq — was a “bad” one, and the other — against Afghanistan — was a “good” one, turns out to be a man who, once anointed commander-in-chief, can’t seem to find a war he doesn’t […]

“I urged him to bomb…” If reason and justice prevailed in this country, you’d think that the recent series of articles in the Washington Times concerning the U.S.-NATO attack on Libya in 2011 would torpedo Hillary Clinton’s presidential prospects. Clinton as U.S. Secretary of State at that time knew that Libya was no threat to the U.S. She knew that Muammar Gadhafi had been closely cooperating with the U.S. in combating Islamist extremism. She probably realized that Gadhafi had a certain social base due in part to what by Middle Eastern standards was the relatively equitable distribution of oil income in Libya.

A Dispatch from Pyongyang: September 8 2012 – September 15 2012  I’ve felt like landing at the other planet where I were allowed ‘living off the grid’ a short period of time (8 days) in the past life (1970s) at the present time (2012). I am a junk, I’m as stubborn as a garbage bag that […]

By all standards, human rights abuse in Pakistan particularly against the Shia population is taking a horrendous momentum with the government keeping silent on the ongoing bloodbath. On Friday, over 60 worshippers were martyred and 60 others injured in an explosion inside a central Imambargah Shia mosque in Shikarpur district of Sindh province in Pakistan. […]

The Greek Elites and kleptocrats are terrified of the discipline that leaving the euro will impose, but the general public should welcome the transition to an economy and society that has been freed from the shackles of Imperial debt and the kleptocracy that has bled the nation dry. Although the financial media is blathering about negotiations and gamesmanship, the truth is Greece just blew up the Empire’s Death Star of debt. There’s nothing left to negotiate except the official admission that the Imperial Death Star of debt, the most fearsome threat in the galaxy, has been blown to smithereens.

The South Korean police state has cracked down, with varying degrees of intensity over the years, on virtually any public expression of leftism, including anti-capitalism, anti-colonialism, and anti-imperialism. Some degree of intolerance of leftist dissent is emblematic of all states in capitalist societies. Even in liberal democratic societies, which are believed to tolerate dissent to […]

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Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman was found shot dead on 18 January, a pistol by his side. He had been hours away from outlining his accusations against President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner at a congressional hearing. The prosecutor was to deliver a report on the investigation of Argentina’s worst terrorist attack – a bombing in 1994 that killed 85 people and left dozens wounded at a Jewish community centre. The Argentine special services and the prosecutor’s office first traced it to Iran, then the «Syrian trace» emerged, dirty cops from Buenos Aires were also on the list of suspects. Iran immediately denied its involvement. 

It seems inevitable that Japan would start whitewashing its textbooks  its WWII atrocities. Now the word “comfort Women” has been removed from High School textbooks and instead replaced by South Korean “individuals victimized by Japan during the war seeking to file lawsuits in Japanese courts to seek apology and damages.” like these people are […]

The Globalization of War: America’s “Long War” against Humanity By Prof. Michel Chossudovsky Global Research Publishers, Montreal 2015 Excerpt from Preface  The “globalization of war” is a hegemonic project.  Major military and covert intelligence operations are being undertaken simultaneously in the Middle East, Eastern Europe, sub-Saharan Africa, Central Asia and the Far East. The U.S. […]

  Ernst Wolff: Pillaging the World. The History and Politics of the IMF Image credits book cover: gun © runningbean /; Earth seen from Apollo 17, photographer: Harrison Schmitt or Ron Evans, December 7, 1972. © Tectum Verlag Marburg, 2014 ISBN 978-3-8288-3438-5 Contents Foreword The Bretton Woods Conference: Starting out with Blackmail The Post-War Boom: […]

A high-speed train passes Shenyang South Railway Station in Liaoning Province last November   On the 814 bus, one of the major nine bus routes between Hebei’s Yanjiao township and downtown Beijing, the air was filled with the smell of commuters’ breakfasts. Every day, half of the town’s 300,000 residents reportedly squeeze into packed vehicles […]

Tuesday night, in his next-to-last State of the Union address, President Obama flashed the suckers a bag of tricks that has no chance of passing the Republican-controlled Congress, but will allow his apologists to claim that the genuine, more progressive Obama is revealing himself in his final two years in office. Of course, the final-years […]

Although many funerals have been held for the US dollar, still it lives on. On the eve of the collapse of the Bretton Woods currency system, the dollar made up almost 80% of global foreign-exchange reserves (in 1970 it totaled 77.2%, and in 1972 – 78.6%). Then, after the transition to the system negotiated at the 1976 Jamaica Conference, that percentage gradually declined, reaching its lowest level – 59.0% – in 1995. In the wake of financial globalization, the dollar’s positions strengthened again (reaching 70-71% between 1999 and 2001), but then a new decline was seen in the dollar component of global foreign-exchange reserves – dropping below 61% in 2014. Nevertheless, it is still higher than in 1995.

We don’t have to speculate as to how this event is going to be used. It has already started. To download the files mentioned in this video click here (French direct download), (English direct download),(French torrent) Whatever you believe actually happened in Paris, one thing is very clear: the powers that be are going to try to use this event to expand wars, intensify domestic surveillance, and legislate away more of our rights. This is not speculation. They have already started in France, in the U.K. (see this document), at the E.U. level, in the United States and they are going to attempt to push this on a global scale (also see this). All nicely coordinated to ride the wave of outrage that followed the attacks.

  Author and philosopher Noam Chomsky has challenged a hypocritical approach concerning US drone attacks and the bombing of a media organization in Yugoslavia in the light of the outburst following the Charlie Hebdo attack. In a blog post first published by CNN on Monday this week, the noted academic raised questions about America’s interpretation […]

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