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Christianity around the World Is under Assault, but not from Muslims

From Moscow to Cairo and Damascus to east Jerusalem, Christianity is under assault, not from main stream Islam but from a nexus of Jewish and «Christian» Zionists allied with the disruptive forces of non-governmental organizations financed by global troublemaker George Soros, alias Gyorgy Schwartz. In Moscow, a feminist rock band called «Pussy Riot» has used trademark Soros disruption tactics against the Russian Orthodox Church...

Wayne MADSEN | 30.04.2012


What Does the Taliban Attack on Kabul Portend (II)?

During a recent visit to Kabul Afghan friends pointed out that according to the World Bank, the contribution of the Services sector to the Afghan GDP was 50%. An optimistic but hopelessly unreal assessment was offered-this would be only marginally affected by the withdrawal of foreign forces. The truth of the matter is that again according to World Bank estimates 90 to 97% of economic activity in Afghanistan was driven, in the last few years, by the foreign presence. It would not be wrong to assume that once the foreign troops withdraw and foreign aided projects begin to be abandoned for lack of funding the services and construction sector of the economy will contract much more drastically perhaps by as much as 90 %...

Najmuddin A. SHAIKH | 29.04.2012


Liberian President Charles Taylor’s Conviction: Holiday Sacrifice

On April 26 the Special Court for Sierra Leone found former President of Liberia Charles Taylor guilty of international war crimes committed on the territory of a neighboring state – Sierra Leone during the civil war of 1991-1997. He was the first former head of state to be convicted by an international court since the Nuremberg... The Taylor’s process has proved the Sierra Leone civil war was not an internal affair of the country. And Liberia was not the only state to be involved. It became known during trial deliberations that the USA and Nigeria (Olusegun Obasanjo) jointly conducted an operation to remove Taylor from political scene. He was promised asylum and immunity from prosecution in case he voluntarily resigned. He was arrested afterwards...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 28.04.2012


What Does the Taliban Attack on Kabul Portend? (I)

The “spectacular” Taliban attack on numerous venues in Kabul and in three provinces seen in conjunction with the suspension of talks between the Americans and the Taliban in Qatar and the vehement Taliban rejection of talks with the Afghan government has reinforced the apprehensions of the Afghan people that peace and stability in Afghanistan remains a distant dream and exacerbates fears that the completion of the foreign troop withdrawal will not only bring economic hardship but chaotic security and political conditions.

Najmuddin A. SHAIKH | 27.04.2012


NATO Unveiled and Veils Illegal

When NATO was formed, it was quite a stretch to include the US as being in the North Atlantic but look now at what that ocean apparently includes – Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia – all communist before 1989 most of which were in the Warsaw Pact!.. NATO ceased to have a role and seamlessly became an aggressive organization essentially the “hit man” for “western” nations in Serbia, Bosnia, Macedonia, Iraq and Afghanistan.  

Rafe MAIR | 27.04.2012


Visegrad Group gets ready for NATO summit

According to NATO’s plans, which are to be discussed at the summit in Chicago in May, the countries of the former USSR, which surround Russia, must play the role of an “anaconda ring” pressing Russia...The essence of the North-Atlantic alliance as a military and political bloc has not changed since its establishment in 1949. NATO has not changed its goals regarding historical Russia which were set back in the beginning of the Cold War. These are only means of achieving these goals which are changing.      

Vladislav GULEVICH | 26.04.2012


George Soros’s and the Neo-Cons’ Control of Washington’s Propaganda Program

An examination of the current 2013 budget for the U.S. government’s Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) that oversees the International Broadcasting Board (IBB) and which determines the slant taken by the U.S. government’s propaganda efforts on radio, television, and, increasingly on the Internet, illustrates the head-lock that George Soros and neo-conservative “soft power projection” interests have on the official state-sponsored information disseminated by the U.S. government to a global audience...In what amounts to a new “Cold War” in the battle for minds and opinions, other world broadcasters should face the reality of a new and aggressive U.S. propaganda onslaught.

Wayne MADSEN | 25.04.2012


«Humanitarian» Base of the US Southern Command in Chaco Province of Argentina: Sleeping with the Enemy

This is the alternative we are confronted to by the former national senator and current Governor of Chaco province, Jorge Capitanich, being him for a couple of years the stoker of a «new strategic alliance with USA» (as he mentioned), and which today begins to clearly show its results as the first South military base has just been settled in Argentina, on the basis of a harmless argument of a humanitarian base to be of help under natural catastrophes situations...

Carlos Pereyra MELE | 24.04.2012


The USA Views Russia: Friend or Foe?

The US and Russian presidents are to meet each other on May 18-19 on the sidelines of the G8 summit in Camp David. It serves the purpose to have at least a cursory look at the background the historic event is going to take place against...

Andrei AKULOV | 24.04.2012


Transformation of power

Beneath our eyes the vector of global force which has been pointing at the US for two decades is changing its direction pointing at the Asian giant - China... China has already taken dominating position on the markets of Europe, North America, Africa, South America and Australia. China has achieved impressive success in exports of its hi-tech products... In 2011, the Chinese oil and gas company Petro China became the world’s largest oil producer outrunning US Exxon Mobil and is continuing to buy assets all over the world... Today China clearly shows that it will respect only strong neighbors...

Elena PUSTOVOITOVA | 23.04.2012

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Europe and Syria

The exodus of refugees from Africa and Asia has ripped away the mask from Europe’s humanist face. It turns out that proclaiming and preaching one’s values is not the same thing as living up to them. Unable to resolve the migrant problem, they have begun a hunt for the guilty...

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