Almighty says ! ( When shit hits the fan ),…..” Syria’s failure to lose “….L.M.AO.

Wed May 22, 2013 12:20PM GMT 41   By Gordon Duff The timing of events in Syria has been a particular disaster for the United States. Through “sequestration,” the governments imposed austerity measures, military forces in the Mediterranean and Indian Ocean have been scaled back as have other operations including intelligence gatherin.” Related Interviews: ‘Fox…

The Marikana massacre: a glimpse of the men behind the numbers

WARNING: THIS VIDEO CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT. SENSITIVE VIEWERS ADVISED The Police Are shouting “CEASE FIRE” AFTER THEY KILLED THOSE PEOPLE??? The City Press, a mainstream newspaper in South Africa, has published short obituaries of the striking miners gunned down by the ANC government. Stelega Gadlela (50) His first name was Stelega, a word Swazi language…

Blood Money? Shock revelations and media half-truths on South African mine violence

Last month, violence erupted at a South African platinum mine when at least 13 men were wounded by security guards who fired rubber bullets and hacked at workers with machetes, allegedly to end a confrontation between two rival unions. March 11, 2013 Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) is the world´s largest platinum producer, located in the…

Hidden voices: art and the erasure of memory in post-apartheid South Africa

Posted on April 24, 2013   Panel discussion E-vite Why have some artistic voices remained hidden after the end of apartheid in 1994? This was the topic at a panel discussion at Iziko South African National Gallery (Iziko SANG) in which I participated, along with artists Vuyile Voyiya and Dathini Mzayiya, and art historian Julie…

S.Africa : Apartheid didn’t die

It’s a very sensitive issue that I was personally avoiding to touch. I was reading a book- a real book,not an e-book- the other day and it  mentioned the 1994 S.Africa killings and all that that we would like to  push in the back part of our minds.I am fully aware of the fact that…

S. Africa police to face murder charges

Eight held over death of taxi driver who was dragged through street by police van and allegedly beaten in custody. Last Modified: 02 Mar 2013 05:02 Eight South African police officers seen on video handcuffing a taxi driver to a police van and dragging him through a busy Johannesburg street are to face murder charges. The policemen were…

Blackwater:First Iraq,Then Afghanistan,Now Greece

Blackwater is notorious.  A private mercenary army, it first came to public attention in 2003 two years after it was founded after the US government contracted it to provide military support for the war in Iraq.  Innumerable scandals followed.  And now the Greek Government has enlisted its services for domestic duties. The first time Blackwater…

Iran actively weighs Syrian-Israeli clash. Iron Dome posted in N. Israel

DEBKAfile Exclusive Report January 27, 2013, 6:38 PM (GMT+02:00) Free Syrian Army displays used ordnance http://www.debka.com/article/22716/Iran-actively-weighs-Syrian-Israeli-clash-Iron-Dome-posted-in-N-Israel Tehran is looking seriously at a limited Syrian-Lebanese clash of arms with Israel – possibly using Bashar Assad’s chemical weapons as a trigger, debkafile’s military and intelligence sources disclose.  Reacting to this news, Israel announced Sunday, Jan. 27, the…

We are Preparing for Massive Civil War, Says DHS Informant

What kind of event would allow the president to define as terrorists all gun owners opposed to gun confiscating executive orders? What would it take to link 2nd amendment with al Qaeda? Or is this government incapable of black-op false-flag operations?

Newspaper hopes to retain journalist

2012-12-18 16:02 (Picture: Shutterstock) ) Johannesburg – Following the resignation of an Independent Newspapers political editor, the company is trying to “get to the bottom” of what had happened. Gaye Davis announced her resignation after a report was published in The Star that businessman Cyril Ramaphosa had refused a nomination to be ANC deputy president.…

Exposing U.S. Agents :Warfare & Humanitarian Fascism

[SOURCE] SPECIAL REPORT:   EXPOSING U.S. AGENTS OF LOW-INTENSITY WARFARE IN AFRICA The “Policy Wonks” Behind Covert Warfare & Humanitarian Fascism This special report includes three unpublished video clips of interviewees from the Politics of Genocide documentary film project: Ugandan dignitary Remigius Kintu, former Rwandan prime minister Fautisn Twagiramungu, and Nobel peace prize nominee Juan…

South Africa:Military warns of SANDF jobs scam

2012-11-08 21:15 SANDF (Picture: Sapa)   Johannesburg – The military has warned of a scam selling desperate people empty promises of reintegration into the SA National Defence Force. Spokesperson Brigadier General Xolani Mabanga said on Thursday there were no plans to integrate former soldiers and jobless young people into the defence force. The integration process…

Lonmin workers seen as killers

2012-11-22 13:02 (Felix Dlangamandla, Beeld) Rustenburg – Lonmin mine management did not want to negotiate with striking workers because they were “criminals and murderers”, the Farlam commission heard in Rustenburg on Thursday. That was the evidence of Reverend Johannes Seoka, Anglican bishop of Pretoria, which was read out to the commission by Lonmin’s legal representative,…

It’s not about Oil.It was Never about Oil.The Reports

Of course Mining would cost a lot less in drachmas than in euros.. well. Africa is expanding to the North,doesn’t it. The Darkness of Blood Diamonds Fueling Civil Wars Violence Diamonds are supposed to be symbols of love, commitment, and joyful new beginnings. But for many people in diamond-rich countries, these sparkling stones are more…

“When war is declared, Truth is the first casualty.”

“In reality, do you really need a war?” — Vietnam veteran and Medal of Honor recipient Al Rascon “Peace cannot be kept by force. It can only be achieved by understanding.”–  Albert Einstein Read the three pages here I spent almost half an hour trying to avoid to add categories  from geo-locations that a war…

Marikana crime scenes were ‘disturbed’

2012-10-31 Rustenburg – Crime scenes where 34 miners were killed in August were disturbed, the Farlam commission heard on Wednesday. “No blame on your team, but your scene was corrupt?” Ishmael Semenya, for the SA Police Service, asked a crime scene expert. Captain Apollo Mohlaki agreed. “We will hear evidence that paramedics asked that weapons…

Chopper cops unaware of Marikana shooting

2012-10-30 Ian Farlam (Lucky Nxumalo, City Press)   Rustenburg – Police in a helicopter circling Marikana on the day 34 mineworkers were killed were unaware that there had been a shooting, the Farlam Commission heard on Tuesday. “We know scene one [where 16 people were killed near the Kraal] was not recorded,” said Lonmin’s lawyer…

Lonmin denies claims of govt collusion-National Police Commissioner laughed at footage of the killing of 34 miners

Johannesburg 2012-10-26 Lonmin on Tuesday denied claims that it colluded with the police and the government in the days before the Marikana mine shooting. “Lonmin’s action to engage with appropriate authorities of the state was simply part of a process aimed at achieving normality,” the company said in a statement. “Lonmin is a mining company and…

Golden Dawn Immigrants : Fake NeoNazi’s

All those links were sent to me on Twitter via @Canada_Kat (thank you very much )and I am more than glad to post them,I do believe I will find more on those people due time.No threats allowed according to the WP policy or the HR declaration and all the conventions etc etc etc. So please…

Africa: Oil,Diamonds and Blood

For decades, De Beers has been the preeminent name in diamonds. Thanks to a stockpile of the world’s rough diamond supply, indelible marketing schemes and even negotiations with foreign governments for their diamonds, De Beers — owned by the Oppenheimer family since the 1920s — has been the most important name in one of the…

What Happened to South Africa’s Freedom Charter

via BAR A Black Agenda Radio commentary by Glen Ford South Africa’s current crisis is rooted in the road wrongly taken 1994, when the African National Congress and its allies agreed not to upset the corporate order, in exchange for one-person, one-vote. Those chickens are now coming home to roost, as the ANC enforces the…