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Ukraine and neo-Nazis

neo-Nazis

by William Blum

Ever since serious protest broke out in Ukraine in February the Western mainstream media, particularly in the United States, has seriously downplayed the fact that the usual suspects – the US/European Union/NATO triumvirate – have been on the same side as the neo-Nazis. In the US it’s been virtually unmentionable. I’m sure that a poll taken in the United States on this issue would reveal near universal ignorance of the numerous neo-Nazi actions, including publicly calling for death to “Russians, Communists and Jews”. But in the past week the dirty little secret has somehow poked its head out from behind the curtain a bit.

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Obama’s War in Iraq & Syria

Obama’s War

American President Barak Obama has made a transition from having “no strategy” a week ago to now outlining in a major speech (10 September 2014) how the US and its allies “will degrade and ultimately destroy the terrorist group known as ISIL” in an Obama Iraq and Syrian War.

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32 Years after the Sabra-Shatila Massacre

Sabra-Shatila Massacre

Tension mounts in Lebanon’s teeming camps….

They are beginning to arrive at Shatila Palestinian camp in Beirut this weekend.

“They” being people of good will from around the world, many of whom annually visit Martyr’s Square in Shatila as well as some of Lebanon’s 11 other Palestinian Refugee Camps. It is the 32nd anniversary of the Sabra and Shatila massacre, and commemorative events are scheduled all next week.

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Hannibal ad Portas

Hannibal ad Portas

The last war has come to an end, the next war has not yet started, so let's use the time to speak of many things. Of Hannibal, for example.

Hannibal? The man with the elephants? The very same.

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Flawed From The Beginning

Muslim Brotherhood

In April 2014 the UK Coalition Government announced that it would be conducting a review into the activities of the Muslim Brotherhood in the UK and Abroad. It is unprecedented to conduct such a review of a religion based political movement and it was criticised from the outset for its clumsy approach to what was clearly a process demanded by the UK's emerging partners in the Gulf.

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