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Monthly Archives: August 2013
Cross-Posted from Global Research. by Michel Chossudovsky “In order to facilitate the action of liberative (sic) forces, …a special effort should be made to eliminate certain key individuals. …[to] be accomplished early in the course of the uprising and intervention, … Continue reading
The Obama administration tried to prevent UN inspections of the chemical attack. It failed, although the weapons inspectors were forced to leave a day early. The real question is whether the U.S. will wait for the results of the tests, … Continue reading
Redditors Furious It’s bad enough that the government censors and manipulates social media. But Reddit, Facebook, Digg, Youtube and other social media sites have long censored content as well. For example, Facebook pays low-wage foreign workers to delete certain content … Continue reading
Intelligence Experts Around the Globe Are Sounding the Alarm that the Justification for Intervention Is Far from Established Huffington Post reports: Intelligence experts around the globe are sounding the alarm that the justification for intervention is far from established. *** … Continue reading
But Government Ignores Them The French people – like the Americans – oppose war against Syria. Agence France-Presse and the Local reported yesterday: On the same day France dispatched a ship towards Syria a survey conducted by IFOP for Le … Continue reading
If You Like Obama’s Presidency, You’ll Love Hillary’s, But Her Two Foreign-Policy Catastrophes as Sec. of State Suggest There Should Be Dem. Pres. Primaries in 2016
Guest post by Eric Zuesse. The same Wall Street bailout, no-cops-on-the-mega-bank-beat, people who benefited from Barack Obama’s policies, are now moving lockstep behind the rapidly assembling Presidential campaign banner of Hillary Clinton. On August 29th, the Washington Post headlined “Pro-Obama Super PAC Priorities … Continue reading
The American Government’s Narrative that “We Must Stop Assad Because He’s Brutally Crushing a Spontaneous Popular Uprising” is False The civil war in Syria started in March 2011. And see this. However, the U.S. has been funding the Syrian opposition … Continue reading
Is Obama the President … or the “Concluder”? Politico notes: Already Thursday, more than 150 members of Congress have signaled their opposition to airstrikes on Syria without a congressional vote. House members circulated two separate letters circulated that were sent … Continue reading
Syria War “Coalition” Dissolves: Britain, France, Canada and Most Other Countries Say NO to Syrian Attack
U.S. Is Isolated Britain, France, Canada, Nato, Israel, Italy, Jordan and the rest of the world have said no to a Syrian attack. The Arab League – which backed the war against Libya – has also said no to an … Continue reading
UK Backs Away from War British Parliament has rejected war against Syria. A new Express Online poll shows that only 8% of Britons support war against Syria. Polls by the Mirror and Sun confirm that Brits wholly oppose any military … Continue reading
Evidence of “weapons of mass destruction” is “no slam dunk,” U.S. officials are saying this time around, reversing the claim made about Iraq by then-CIA director George Tenet. Opposition to a U.S.-led attack on Syria is growing rapidly in Europe … Continue reading
U.S. and British Intelligence Officials Admit they Don’t Know Whether the Syrian Government Or Rebels Used Chemical Weapons A U.S. State Department spokesman admitted yesterday that the U.S. doesn’t know whether a low-level, rogue Syrian official is responsible for the … Continue reading
One Rogue, Low-Level Officer Could Have Carried Out Attack Even though the U.S. government claims that the Syrian government is the perpetrator of the chemical weapons attack, it admits that it has no idea who in the government ordered the … Continue reading
Events Are Moving Quickly In Syria … Here’s What You Need to Know The U.S. is about to attack Syria. Here’s what you need to know: Bombing Syria will only strengthen the hardliners … and harm America’s national security. The … Continue reading
Propaganda War Is Failing The media’s reporting on Syria has been as terrible as it was on Iraq. Indeed, the mainstream media and gatekeeper alternative media are always pro-war. The majority of mainstream articles are lamely trying to justify bombing … Continue reading
Debunking U.S. Claims about UN Weapons Inspections In Syria One of John Kerry’s main arguments for bombing Syria is that the Assad government stalled and delayed UN weapons inspectors: Our sense of basic humanity is offended not only by this … Continue reading
Guest post by Ellen Brown, http://www.WebofDebt.com. Giant bank holding companies now own airports, toll roads, and ports; control power plants; and store and hoard vast quantities of commodities of all sorts. They are systematically buying up or gaining control of … Continue reading
World Net Daily describes the video as follows: A video posted on YouTube, embedded below, shows Free Syrian Army, or FSA, rebel forces launching a Sarin gas attack on a Syrian village. Another video posted on YouTube shows what appears … Continue reading
Majorities In UK, Germany, US and Elsewhere Oppose Strike Everyone knows that the American public is overwhelmingly opposed to war against Syria. But Americans are not alone. A new poll by The Sun shows that Brits oppose a missile strike … Continue reading
Actual Video Footage of Syrian REBELS Launching Chemical Weapons? World Net Daily describes the video as follows: A video posted on YouTube, embedded below, shows Free Syrian Army, or FSA, rebel forces launching a Sarin gas attack on a Syrian … Continue reading
From the Shooting-Ourselves-In-the-Foot Department The Wall Street Journal notes: A U.S. attack on Syria would likely dash expectations of progress in nuclear negotiations with Iran and undermine new Iranian President Hasan Rouhani’s call for improving relations with the West, diplomats … Continue reading
Will War Against Syria Trigger Another Recession? A war against Syria would be the least popular war in American history. The market doesn’t like it either, and has voted with its wallet. The Dow, FTSE, Japanese, Canadian and other stock markets … Continue reading
Far Less Support than All Recent Wars … Even Less Popular than the King of England During the Revolutionary War Slate and Infowars both ask with the Syrian War is the least popular war in American history. They point to … Continue reading
Shouldn’t We Be Cautious … Given the Repeated Bogus Claims? In 1981, the U.S. accused the Soviets of supplying chemical weapons to Communist states in Vietnam and Laos for use in counterinsurgency warfare. It turned out that the “yellow rain” … Continue reading
Those Condemning Syria Have Themselves Recently Used Chemical Weapons We condemn all use of chemical weapons. But the U.S. used chemical weapons against civilians in Iraq in 2004. Evidence here, here, here, here, here, here. Israeli also used white phosphorous … Continue reading
Americans Aren’t Buying It Everyone knows that the Iraq war was a mistake. Before the Iraq war started, 60% of the American public backed the war. Even if the U.N. Security Council had rejected a resolution paving the way for … Continue reading
The Fix Is In The Wall Street Journal reports: “The [weapons inspection] team must be able to conduct a full, thorough and unimpeded investigation,” said U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Sunday night. However, the team is only mandated to determine … Continue reading
Secretary of State John Kerry Announces Chemical Weapons Unacceptable on SAME DAY that It’s Revealed America Helped Saddam Use Chemical Weapons
From the Do-What-We-Say-Not-What-We-Do Department On the same day that Secretary of State John Kerry announces that we have to bomb Syria because the use of chemical weapons violate international rules, it was revealed that CIA files prove that the U.S. … Continue reading
Iraq, Libya … Syria Everyone knows that U.S. claims about Iraq turned out to be false, and that Iraq is now a mess. And the Iraq war pretty much destroyed the U.S. economy. America’s last “humanitarian” war – in Libya … Continue reading
Americans Are Sick of War We noted last month than Congress is less popular than North Korea, cockroaches, lice, root canals, colonoscopies, traffic jams, used car salesmen, Genghis Khan, Communism, BP during the Gulf oil spill, Nixon during Watergate or … Continue reading
After Giving Mea Culpas for Horrible Iraq Coverage, Media Does the Exact Same Thing On Syria Preface: We wrote this in May. Media coverage has gotten even worse since then. Common Dreams notes: Former New York Times’ executive editor Bill … Continue reading
In Part 1 of this article I documented the insane remedies prescribed by the mad banker scientists presiding over this preposterous fiat experiment since they blew up the lab in 2008. In Part 2 I tried to articulate why the … Continue reading
Demand that Fish Be Tested for Radiation Preface: This post discusses both evidence and theories which need to be tested. It is a starting point for discussion … not a definitive statement on the science. The bottom line is that … Continue reading
Even with All the Pro-War Propaganda, The Air Force Can’t Find Enough Drone Pilots Guest Post by Kevin Ryan: Dig Within. The U.S. Air Force is complaining that it cannot find enough drone pilots. Of course, there are plenty of kids … Continue reading
Americans Strongly Oppose U.S. Intervention In Syria’s Civil War and Believe Washington Should Stay Out of the Conflict EVEN IF Reports That Syria’s Government Used Deadly Chemicals to Attack Civilians Are Confirmed
The Gruesome Pictures Out of Syria May Actually Be Hardening Many Americans’ Resolve Not To Get Involved In Another Conflict In the Middle East A new Reuters/Ipsos poll finds: Americans strongly oppose U.S. intervention in Syria’s civil war and believe … Continue reading
“U.S. prepares for possible retaliatory strike against Syria,” announces a Los Angeles Times headline, even though Syria has not attacked the United States or any of its occupied territories or imperial forces and has no intention to do so. Quoth … Continue reading
Preliminary Evidence Indicates that the Syrian Government Did NOT Launch a Chemical Weapon Attack Against Its People CBS News reports that the U.S. is finalizing plans for war against Syria – and positioning ships to launch cruise missiles against the … Continue reading
Cutting through the Misinformation In response to the news that mass quantities of highly-radioactive water are flowing from Fukushima into the Pacific Ocean – and that the radioactivity is spreading to North America – the usual suspects are saying that … Continue reading
A 40-year reunion is being planned for the end of this month in Gainesville, Fla., of the Gainesville 8. Sadly, Richard Nixon won’t be able to join them, although his presidential library has just released more audio recordings of his … Continue reading
Background here, here and here.
Radiation Levels Will Concentrate in Pockets In Baja California and Other West Coast Locations An ocean current called the North Pacific Gyre is bringing Japanese radiation to the West Coast of North America: The leg of the Gyre closest to … Continue reading
Background. Hat tip.
First They Came … Preface: German pastor Martin Niemöller initially supported Hitler. But he later opposed him, and was imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp for years. Niemöller learned the hard way that keep your head down doesn’t keep one … Continue reading
CIA Hired People to Impersonate Enemies and Commit Terrorism The news that the CIA has admitted that it helped overthrow Iran’s democratically elected president in 1953 has gone viral. In reality, the CIA admitted that a long time ago. Indeed, … Continue reading
Secession first he would put down Wholly and forever, And afterwards from Britain’s crown He Canada would sever. Yankee Doodle, keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy. Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy! I don’t … Continue reading
Government Deals with Embarrassing Information By Targeting Whistleblowers … and Journalists Time Magazine’s senior national correspondent Michael Grunwald tweeted tonight: I can’t wait to write a defense of the drone strike that takes out [Wikileaks founder] Julian Assange What should … Continue reading
Government Sides with the Big Banks Every Time Ellen Brown noted recently that Detroit is yet another example of the government choosing big banks over the American people: The argument for the super-priority of derivative claims [background] is that nonpayment on … Continue reading
New Revelations Are Breaking Every Day Revelations about the breathtaking scope of government spying are coming so fast that it’s time for an updated roundup: Just weeks after NSA boss Alexander said that a review of NSA spying found not … Continue reading
You’ve heard people say they want to be spied on, as long as it means that other people will be spied on too. I know you’ve heard people say this, and which people it was, and how your face looked … Continue reading
Skip to 2:20: $6,600 (jet ski not included). If you like adventure, watch this and this.