Thursday, 28 June 2012

Egypt’s Brothers and New Middle East


Strategic Culture Foundation - Melkulangara Bhadrakumar:
"Prima facie, it would seem that a great unifying figure has finally appeared on the banks of the Nile whose shadow spreads across the entire Middle Eastern political landscape. That, at least, is the impression generated by the range of commendations from the international community that followed the election of Mohammed Morsi in the presidential election in Egypt. Ranging form Israel to Iran, the Middle Eastern countries hailed the outcome of the Egyptian election resulting in the victory of the Muslim Brotherhood candidate. All big powers have risen in unison to add their voice to the chorus and hail the advent of democracy in Egypt."

The US-NATO Military Crusade against Syria and Iran


Selected Articles - by Michel Chossudovsky:
"American-led imperialism has evolved from bloody bouts of episodic militarism over several decades to the present day state of permanent belligerence, with wars or war-making stretching from North and East Africa into the Middle East and Central Asia and beyond to Eurasia, the Far East and the Arctic. Of most immediate concern are the ongoing American-led war plans within the broader Middle East/Central Asian region involving coordinated actions against Iran, Syria and Pakistan."

John Pilger: War, Truth & the Media on Iraq

'Islam rising, West diminishing, Libya big terror training camp'

Thursday, 21 June 2012

New Cold War: The War by Proxy in Syria - Selected Articles


Global Research:

"History books tell us that the Cold War was a period of tensions between the two superpowers which emerged after the second world war, the U.S. and the Soviet Union and their respective allies. Always on the brink of war, the two super powers never reached military confrontation. Or so we are told.
"The reality is quite far from that mainstream history revisonism. The Cold War was a period of constant armed confrontation, which took the form of proxy wars on almost every continent. The Mujahideen during the Soviet-Afghan War illustrate that phenomenon which is replicated today in Syria: "rebels" sponsored by the U.S and their allies are seeking to instate a puppet regime."

Humanity cries for Palestine


Everything that there is to know about the matter: a picture far more choking than that shown by the mainstream media. Authentic scientific journalism, the opinion of the experts, the main pertinent historic documents and videos, a complete review.


NATO’s Nazi Beginnings: How the West implemented Hitler’s goals


Voltaire Network - by Robert S. Rodvik:
"Who gave NATO the right to rule the world? This author elucidates how the Western elite, many of whom were Hitler supporters, rescued a vast number of Nazi hierarchy and placed them in positions to continue the many decades long fight against Russia. The One Percent of the time and the One Percent of today have sent millions to their deaths in formulating and enacting Winston Churchill’s 1918 pledge to "strangle at its birth" the Bolshevik menace. Total control of the so-called mainstream media has furthered that odious task."

Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Assange interviews Imran Khan - from Pakistan



By Imran Hosein:
"Egypt is in a state of transition and it behoves Egyptians – Christians as well as Muslims – to seek to know the destination to which political change is taking them. Coptic Christians believe that Egypt, the land to which Nabi ‘Isa and his mother Mariam (‘alaihima al-Salām) were brought when they fled the Holy Land, has a special eschatological role to play when Nabi ‘Isa is to return. Muslims share with Christians the belief in that momentous messianic return with which history will end.  Will Egyptian Muslims and Coptic Christians now seek to build a common ground with which to jointly resist those who are hell-bent on attacking not only Iran and Pakistan, but also Egypt as well? Egyptian Muslims must be reminded of the blessed Prophet’s advice regarding Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt:
“ 'When you conquer Egypt be good to the Coptic (Christians) for they are your kith and kin.' (al-Baghawy, al-Tabarani, al-Hakim as narrated by K’ab bin Malik)
"Both Islamic as well as Christian scholarship in Egypt should seek to discern the direction in which history is moving so that they can both pursue an effort for penetrating and understanding the reality which now confronts them.
"This essay is presented to facilitate that effort."

Can the US be considered an empire?

Can the US be considered an empire? Is it a global force for stability or instability? How much does it cost to be an empire? And do Americans regard their homeland as an empire? CrossTalking with John Walsh, George Szamuely and Herbert London.

Tariq Ramadan: Naïve to think Arab world toppled governments by protests