Originally posted on Dear Kitty. Some blog:
From Keep Talking Greece blog today: Merkel in Athens: Police Bans Protest Rallies in City’s Centre! Are We in State of Emergency? The elderly recalled the days during the junta (1967-1974), when puppet government and the colonels were imposing bans on ‘meetings and gathering with participation of more…

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Children and youths in this central Cuban city will pay tribute, October 8, to Argentinean-Cuban guerrilla fighter Ernesto Che Guevara on the 45th anniversary of his assassination in Bolivia. Children and youths in this central Cuban city will pay tribute, October 8, to Argentinean-Cuban guerrilla fighter Ernesto Che Guevara on the…

Underground: The Julian Assange Story (2012) Full Movie

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Hugo Chavez Reelected: The Revolution Continues!

via Crimson Satellite  Venezuelanalysis.com Hugo Chavez has won the Venezuelan presidential election with 54.42% of the vote against 44.97% for opposition candidate Henrique Capriles Radonski. Chavez has made his victory speech, while Capriles has recognised his defeat. The “first bulletin” results were announced by the president of the National Electoral Council (CNE), Tibisay Lucena, at…

Bani el Walid, Gaddafi stronghold, still resisting, also with No food and No drugs ~ Bani el Walid, roccaforte di Gheddafi, resiste ancora, anche senza cibo e senza medicine ~ (ENG-ITA +Video)

Originally posted on Libyan Free Press:
* Bani el Walid people shout slogans against NTC and NATO/mercenaries, during the mourning of their martirs, on October 5, 2012 * ENGLISH Bani el Walid, Gaddafi stronghold, still resisting, also with No food and No drugs ~ Bani el Walid is under siege, without food nor medicine, with…

Oil Wars : African Spring and the Niger case

The Arab Spring began when Tunisian street vender Mohamed Bouazizi doused himself with gasoline and set himself on fire. Symbolically, the uprising peaked in oil-rich Libya when Muammar Gaddafi’s government was toppled. Since then, much has been made of the downfall of dictators and the emergence of free speech in parts of the Arab region.…

Flashback ~ “Human Rights” Warriors for Empire

by BAR executive editor Glen Ford “Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have chosen sides in the Washington-backed belligerency – the side of Empire.” Syria has no choice but to secure every square foot of its territory. “Faced with the certainty of superpower-backed attack under the guise of ‘protecting’ civilians in “liberated” territory, Syria cannot…

Syria: Indiscriminate attacks terrorise and displace civilians

*Disclaimer: These are  the official reports with which I personally do not agree.But as I have mentioned in another post,it’s good to read all sides to form an opinion. That’s why I disagree. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL BRIEFING AI index: MDE 24/078/2012 19 September 2012 Syria: Indiscriminate attacks terrorize and displace civilians   Indiscriminate air bombardments and…

Syria : Untold Atrocities

    “I knew a boy called Ala’a. He was only six years old. He didn’t understand what was happening. I’d say that six-year-old boy was tortured more than anyone else in the room. He wasn’t given food or water for three days, and he was so weak he used to faint all the time.…