Gaza Still Boils

Gaza Still Boils by Stephen Lendman Pillar of Cloud settled nothing. Little changed for 1.7 million Gazans. Suffocating siege continues. Israel provoked two border incidents. One Palestinian was shot and killed. Others were wounded. They threatened no one. These type incidents are commonplace. They won’t end. Palestinians are blamed for Israeli crimes. Daily life continues…

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Bush: Don’t Send Uganda To Somalia Black Star News Editorial February 27th, 2007 The Bush Administration wants to drive remnants of the Islamic Courts Union government from Somalia—the White House is so desperate that it’s anointed Uganda, a country whose army was found liable for serious human…

M23 tragedy manufactured by Rwanda and Uganda

by Milton Allimadi Joseph Kabila was in Kampala Nov. 20 meeting with Rwanda’s Gen. Paul Kagame and Uganda’s Gen. Yoweri Museveni as the Congo city of Goma fell. All three will spin the outcome of the meeting to come out as “winners.” M23 rebels organized a rally Nov. 21 at Goma’s Stadium of Volcanoes Wednesday,…

Foreign meddling brings DRC chaos

2012-11-23 09:06 New York – How could a rebel band that started with just a few hundred men take over a huge chunk of Africa’s biggest country, set presidents against each other and leave the United Nations reeling? Easy when it is the Democratic Republic of Congo, according to analysts and diplomats, who say a…

Ashura

On the qoth day of Muharram, about 1400 years ago, the grand son of prophet Mohammad was killed, his head cut of and held over a spear, they keft none of the men of his family, eccept one the was sick, they even killed his only few months old, the stole all what belonged to…

Bishop Williamson’s Blog. Dictatorship Imminent

Number CCLXXX (280) 24 November 2012 DICTATORSHIP IMMINENT A remarkable portrait of our contemporary world appeared two months ago on the Internet website, 321gold. The title is daunting: “Decline, Decay, Denial, Delusion and Despair”, but the content is surely true to life. Starting from a street scene to be found no doubt all over the…

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It may be comforting to pretend that our enemies “hate our freedoms,” as President Bush stated, but it is a mistake to ignore the truth. President Bush is not the first to ask: “Why do they hate us?” In a staff discussion 44 years ago, President Eisenhower…

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One of the dirty little secrets of the 1980s is that the U.S. regularly provided Iraq’s Saddam Hussein with top-secret communication intercepts by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). Consider the evidence. When in 1991 the government of Kuwait paid the public relations firm of Hill &…

Nigerian oil industry probed,11 killed at Nigeria Church

Lagos – A probe alleging Nigeria has lost out on tens of billions of dollars in recent years through questionable practices in Africa’s biggest oil-and-gas industry has stirred controversy and calls for action. The report from a government-appointed task force has not been officially made public, but leaked copies have generated strong responses from officials,…

US ‘planned to blow up the moon’

STAFF REPORTER, The West Australian November 26, 2012, 9:25 am   The United States planned to blow up the moon with a nuclear bomb to win Cold War bragging rights over the-then Soviet Union, scientists claim. A report in London’s Daily Mail this morning says that at the height of the 1950s space race, the…

The 4 issues we should care about the most when it comes to our Food System

The 4 issues we should care about the most when it comes to our Food System Source – by Janelle Mayer We need an alternate narrative that offers a counterpoint to help us reconnect with what matters I became a vegetarian not just because of the travesty of factory farming, animal cruelty, and environmental destruction.…

Iran Officially Complains to UN over US “Illegal Acts” in Persian Gulf

Iran Officially Complains to UN over US “Illegal Acts” in Persian Gulf TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran officially complained to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the UN Security Council over the repeated violations of its airspace by the US drones and the illegal acts of the US Navy warships in the Persian Gulf and the Sea of…