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text The search for truth in the rubble of Douma – one doctor’s doubts over the chemical attack Robert Fisk via claire, Thursday, Apr 19 2018, 3:37am
This is the story of a town called Douma, a ravaged, stinking place of smashed apartment blocks – and of an underground clinic whose images of suffering allowed three of the Western world’s most powerful nations to bomb Syria last week. There’s even a friendly doctor in a green coat who, when I track him down in the very same clinic, cheerfully tells me that the “gas” videotape which horrified the world – despite all the doubters – is perfectly genuine.
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text The Truth About Illegal US Involvement in Syria Whitney Webb via gail, Thursday, Apr 19 2018, 3:12am
After the U.S. launched “limited” airstrikes on Friday against Syria, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley announced that the U.S. will maintain its illegal presence in Syria until U.S. goals in the area are fulfilled, opening the door for the U.S. occupation to continue indefinitely.
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text Mass Media Ignores US, UK and France's War Crime in Syria Finian Cunningham via jaxie, Thursday, Apr 19 2018, 3:03am
With astounding double-think, the US and Britain accuse Russia of "tampering" with the alleged chemical-weapon attack site in Syria's Douma – just days after the US, UK and France barraged the county with over 100 missiles.
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text Above the Law jude, Monday, Apr 16 2018, 3:01am
The past two decades have been stained by State crime superseding/displacing local and international law. This trend also extends to state criminal activity against the people and the wholesale abuse of state legal power, which laws were originally developed and encoded over time and enshrined by States to protect nations and their populations.
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text As clearly outlined and recorded -- Unprovoked Strike Against Syria Illegal International Lawyers, Sunday, Apr 15 2018, 1:01am
In this statement released Wednesday, a group of international law experts warn that a U.S. military strike on Syria would be illegal if not in self-defense or with U.N. Security Council authorization. But what do murdering rogue nations care for the law?
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Mouse Putin image The US, UK and France Attack Syria james, Saturday, Apr 14 2018, 2:37am
It has been confirmed worldwide that the USA, France and UK have launched an ILLEGAL attack on Syria. This particular coalition of willing criminals are banking on the fact that Putin is a KNOWN coward and caves when confronted with violence, notwithstanding he HABITUALLY also abandons his allies when they are attacked. (story and 3 images)
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text Wars Put Simply jude, Wednesday, Apr 11 2018, 2:42am
It is known that the masses abhor wars as it is they that pay the price for ill-considered aggressive policies of corrupt, incompetent and completely owned by powerful interests, governments, which plunge millions of people into DEADLY conflict.
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text How China and the U.S. Are Spawning a Global Rivalry On the Seas Prof. Alfred W. McCoy via claire, Tuesday, Apr 10 2018, 3:09am
Amid the intense coverage of Russian cyber-maneuvering and North Korean missile threats, another kind of great-power rivalry has been playing out quietly in the Indian and Pacific oceans. The U.S. and Chinese navies have been repositioning warships and establishing naval bases as if they were so many pawns on a geopolitical chessboard. To some it might seem curious, even quaint, that gunboats and naval bastions, once emblematic of the Victorian age, remain even remotely relevant in our own era of cyber-threats and space warfare.
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text People Stop Wars NOT Governments james, Tuesday, Apr 10 2018, 2:24am
The modern era is noted for wars based on lies, (Iraq, Afghanistan) false flag incidents (Vietnam, Syria) and pretexts (Libya) all of which wars were/are based on criminal DECEPTION.
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text The Last War Tyler Durden via jane, Monday, Apr 9 2018, 1:58am
The fallout from the Salisbury nerve agent attack reminds us of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which was the most immediate catalyst - of many parallel narrative and sequences of events - that ultimately resulted in World War I. We are not alone in this reasoning, as one high-level retired Russian general warns the Salisbury poisoning could lead to the “last war in the history of mankind.”
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text As Expected -- False Flag Chemical Attack in Syria justin, Sunday, Apr 8 2018, 3:30am
We can thank buffoon Boris Johnson for blowing it regarding the 'poisoning' and subsequent clearly orchestrated (by Washington) propaganda exercise blaming Russia for the alleged attack on a Russian double agent and his daughter. So what do we see today?
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text It Seems Russia DIDN'T do it! Finian Cunningham via gus, Sunday, Apr 8 2018, 2:39am
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king’s horses and all the king’s men couldn’t put Humpty together again.
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text Mass Deception and the Prelude to World War Colin Todhunter via claire, Tuesday, Apr 3 2018, 3:05am
In Libya, NATO bombed a path to Tripoli to help its proxy forces on the ground oust Gaddafi. Tens of thousands lost their lives and that country’s social fabric and infrastructure now lies in ruins. Gaddafi was murdered and his plans to assert African independence and undermine Western (not least French) hegemony on that continent have been rendered obsolete.
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text New Campaign Demands Tech Giants Pledge to Build 'Surveillance-Resistant Web' Jake Johnson via ben, Tuesday, Apr 3 2018, 2:47am
After Facebook allowed its data to be weaponized "it's time that big IT companies take steps to ensure that using their products doesn't mean that users have to sacrifice their rights."
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This mural reflects the Reality of elite exploitation and debt oppression placed intentionally on the global population image Neoliberal Blairite Sharks Circling Corbyn Scent Blood Jonathan Cook via claire, Saturday, Mar 31 2018, 2:42am
After a short reprieve following Jeremy Corbyn’s unexpected success in Britain’s general election last year, when he only narrowly lost the popular vote, most of the Labour parliamentary party are back, determined to bring him down. And once again, they are being joined by the corporate media in full battle cry. (story and 1 image)
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text America's Dirty War on Syria Joan Coxsedge via gus, Saturday, Mar 31 2018, 2:35am
I am sitting down nutting out what to write when most sensible people are going to the footie or watching sport on the telly, or going to the mind-numbing Grand Prix, or maybe trotting off to the flower show, which is as it should be, while out in the nasty world, we’re going down the toilet. I wish more Australians would fight back harder against all the rorts, the lies, the attacks on workers and the manipulated climate of hysteria being deliberately whipped up. We’re all supposed to believe the bullshit surrounding the ‘spy poisoning’ in London, with provocations multiplying to the point where they are becoming dangerous triggers for war, made more frighteningly real with the recent appointment of unhinged thug John Bolton as Trump’s new National Security Adviser.
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text It begins with purity and ends with purity jude, Friday, Mar 30 2018, 3:35am
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text Integrity Has Vanished From The West Paul Craig Roberts via jude, Wednesday, Mar 28 2018, 2:34am
Among Western political leaders there is not an ounce of integrity or morality. The Western print and TV media is dishonest and corrupt beyond repair. Yet the Russian government persists in its fantasy of “working with Russia’s Western partners.” The only way Russia can work with crooks is to become a crook. Is that what the Russian government wants?
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text The Mind Benders -- the Weaponization of Your Data by Big IT Roberto J. González via claire, Monday, Mar 26 2018, 2:17am
In the days and weeks following the 2016 presidential elections, reports surfaced about how a small British political consulting firm, Cambridge Analytica, might have played a pivotal role in Donald Trump’s surprise victory. The company claimed to have formulated algorithms to influence American voters using individually targeted political advertisements. It reportedly generated personality profiles of millions of individual citizens by collecting up to 5000 data points on each person. Then Cambridge Analytica used these “psychographic” tools to send voters carefully crafted online messages about candidates or hot-button political issues.
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text Bach and the Erotics of Spring David Yearsley via shirl, Monday, Mar 26 2018, 2:08am
Johann Sebastian Bach’s birthday, March 21st, falls on the first full day of spring, if one calculates that date by mercilessly quartering the calendar. The coincidence is a fitting one: if ever there were a composer who enacted the regeneration of the season, it is Bach.
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