Monthly Archives: June 2010

NED Report: International Agencies Fund Venezuelan Opposition with $40-50 Million Annually

A revealing report published in May 2010 by the FRIDE Institute, a Spanish think tank, prepared with funding from the World Movement for Democracy (a project of the National Endowment for Democracy, or NED), has disclosed that international agencies are … Continue reading

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Fighting talk: The new propaganda

By Robert Fisk   Journalism and the Israeli government are in love again. It’s Islamic terror, Turkish terror, Hamas terror, Islamic Jihad terror, Hezbollah terror, activist terror, war on terror, Palestinian terror, Muslim terror, Iranian terror, Syrian terror, anti-Semitic terror… … Continue reading

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Justice and the Torture of Maher Arar

By Scott Horton Yesterday the Supreme Court declined to review the Maher Arar case, leaving in place a reprehensible Second Circuit decision that proclaims the immunity of American government officials even in the face of meticulously documented charges that they … Continue reading

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U.N. Voices Concern on Child Soldiers in Somalia

HARGEISA, Somalia — As the United Nations Security Council expressed a “deep concern” on Wednesday over the continued use of child soldiers and a “readiness” to adopt sanctions against individuals who deploy them, an American lawmaker warned that the United … Continue reading

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Gulf Oil Spill “Could Go on Years and Years” …

According to Kutcherov, a leading specialist in the theory of abiogenic deep origin of petroleum, “What BP drilled into was what we call a ‘migration channel,’ a deep fault on which hydrocarbons generated in the depth of our planet migrate … Continue reading

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Pentagon ‘Hunting’ WikiLeaks Founder

The story behind Bradley Manning and his leaks is an epic in and of itself, a military analyst stationed in Baghdad and increasingly disillusioned by what he witnessed. One of his formative events underscores exactly what he was up against: … Continue reading

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Amnesty links US to Yemen attack

 A US cruise missile carrying cluster bombs was used in an attack in Yemen that killed 55 people, most of them civilians, Amnesty International has said Yemen’s defence ministry had claimed responsibility for the attack without mentioning a US role, … Continue reading

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