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Georgia and NATO

For many years the Georgian leadership has been persistently attacking NATO demanding membership in the alliance. In recent times (at the Bucharest summit in 2008 and the recent Chicago event) it is periodically told that the sides discuss “further extension of Georgia’s cooperation with NATO, including strengthening political dialogue, practical cooperation and operational interaction”. Words remain to be words while NATO uses Georgia and the “cannon fodder” it provides to the full according the Partnership for Peace program. It’s not Afghanistan and Iraq only...

Nikolai MALISHEVSKI | 31.05.2012


 

Sentenced to Extermination

Syria has great role in the US plans. There are only three out of twenty Mediterranean states that are not NATO members and are not tied to the Alliance by “partnership programs". They are Libya, Lebanon and Syria. Libya has already fallen down under the NATO’s strikes, now it’s the turn of Syria and Lebanon... So, NATO and its Arab allies have already sentenced Syria to dismemberment...

Igor IGNATCHENKO | 30.05.2012


 

What the Future Holds for the Trans-Afghanistan Pipeline

On May 23, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India penned a deal to construct the Trans-Afghanistan pipeline which is supposed to pump gas from Turkmenistan to South Asia... The invention of the project to construct a pipeline linking the Caspian region and Afghanistan dates back to the Soviet era. The theme was reopened by the US after the collapse of the USSR with the aim of reconfiguring the region's transit network so as to pull apart Russia on the one side and the Central Asia plus the Caucasus on the other... The Trans-Afghanistan pipeline project was reborn in the late 2000ies, when Ashgabat took to diversifying its gas export routes and the US needed to offer India and Pakistan viable alternatives to gas import from Iran...

Aleksandr SHUSTOV | 29.05.2012


 

A Soros-Made “New World Order” Takes Shape at the UN

Major multinational corporations and the financial and non-governmental organization network of George Soros have taken effective control of a number of United Nations functions within the UN Secretariat and within the organization's specialized agencies... Although South Korean Ban Ki-moon is the Secretary General of the UN, his most important deputies represent the interests of NATO and its allies...

Wayne MADSEN | 28.05.2012


 

Obrador Targeted in a Plot

The 2012 campaign in Mexico in many regards resembles the one the country saw six years ago. At that time, the victory in the race was literally awarded to Felipe Calderón, a pro-US contender, following a long series of scandals, political maneuvers, and consultations behind tightly closed doors between the Federal Electoral Institute, the outgoing Mexican president Vicente Fox, and a bunch of CIA agents. It was clear that Calderón received a Washington nomination long before the ballots were cast...

Nil NIKANDROV | 27.05.2012


 

NATO's Drug Escapades As Seen in the Wake of the Chicago Summit

...The US never waged a war on drugs, but always fought the war in which drugs served as a weapon. As long as NATO continues to exist, drug cropping and trade will be booming around the world. Industrial-scale production of opiates was completely absent in Afghanistan prior to the advent of the international coalition in 2001. As for the Chicago summit, it has to be understood that the US and NATO will never in the full sense of the word leave Afghanistan. The alliance's response to the Eurasian Union is further NATO expansion, which will imminently present the world with ever more intense drug trafficking and a rise of terrorism...

Elena PONOMAREVA | 26.05.2012


 

Chicago NATO Summit: Obama Showcases American Fascism

President Obama wanted to showcase his adopted hometown of Chicago to the leaders of 60 NATO members and partnership countries. Instead, with his former chief of staff Rahm Emanuel holding the political reins as mayor of Chicago, Obama showed the foreign heads of state and the international media a city in total police state lockdown. Perhaps the fascist display of law enforcement brute force suppression of largely peaceful demonstrators and the pre-emptive arrest of protesters who were hit with trumped up charges of “terrorism” prior to the start of the summit, were in keeping with NATO’s new mission: projecting to all parts of the globe a U.S.-centric military force that seeks to defend the financial elites and “new world order” from popular political change...

Wayne MADSEN | 25.05.2012


 

Bad omens haunt Indian politics

On Tuesday before the crack of dawn, a passenger train rammed into a stationary freight train for reasons that still remain obscure, killing 25 passengers in their sleep, 16 of them charred to death. As dawn broke, the national airline Air India entered the 15th day of its shutdown with the pilots refusing to fly the aircraft. The day mutely witnessed the Indian Rupee falling at a frantic pace to its lowest-ever depth in history, which prompted Reuters to raise the specter of a Greek-style crisis in the economy...

Melkulangara BHADRAKUMAR | 25.05.2012


 

Opposition to Iran War Gaining Momentum

International Action Center which is a peace organization associated with Ramsey Clark, the US Attorney General from 1967 to 1969, has posted several articles on its websites, calling to end the campaign of intimidation and coercion against Iran. In an article written by Ramsey Clark, the mostly overlooked issue of the assassination of Iran's nuclear scientists by Israel's intelligence agents was raised and the intolerable indifference and deafening silence of the West to Israel's state-sponsored terrorism was questioned. The article which was written immediately after the assassination of Iran's 32-year-old nuclear scientist Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan... This is the fifth Iranian scientist targeted by assassins working in Iran in two years...

Kourosh ZIABARI | 24.05.2012


 

The Empire and the Financial Systems: About the Eurasian Union’s Strategic Goal

After the dismemberment of the USSR and the end of Cold War political multipolarity took shape on the one hand, while financial systems displayed a trend to shaping a unipolar pattern on the other. There is a contradiction between many states as power centers and actually the only still existing center of global emission – the US Federal Reserve System... The appearance of the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan and prospects for its transformation into the Eurasian Union make the creation of independent emission center an issue on the agenda because the goal is the integration of economic and financial systems...

Yuri GAVRILECHKO | 24.05.2012




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Media spies put all journalists in danger

The increasing tendency of the Central Intelligence Agency and other U.S. intelligence agencies to disregard previous prohibitions against the use of journalists as agents puts every legitimate reporter around the world in jeopardy. The CIA has a checkered past in the use of journalists as intelligence agents. The practice was common in the 1960s and early 70s but was banned by Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter. However, when President Ronald Reagan helped reignite the Cold War, the CIA again began using journalists as intelligence agents. The practice put a number of journalists in jeopardy, especially those taken captive by guerrillas groups during the Lebanese civil war. There is nothing to suggest any president since Reagan has discontinued the practice of using journalists as agents...

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