Archive for November 25, 2012

Silver Lining

The Many Faces of its Leader, Sheikh Ahmad Moaz Al-Khatib

by Thierry Meyssan, source

Completely unkown to the international public only a week ago, Sheikh Moaz al-Khatib has been catapulted to the presidency of the Syrian National Coalition, which represents pro-Western opposition in the Damascus government. Portrayed by an intense public relations campaign as a highly moral personality with no partisan or economic attachments, he is in truth a member of the Muslim Brotherhood and an executive of

The dislocation of the armed Syrian opposition is a reflection of the conflict between the various States which are trying to “change the regime” in Damascus.

We should pay particular attention to the Syrian National Council (SNC), also known as the Istanbul Council, since it was instituted there. This council is guided with an iron hand by the French DGSE (Direction Générale de la Sécurité Extérieure), and financed by Qatar. Its members…

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I read the book of Enoch recently, and this definitely opened my mind to a new paradigm of the possible nature of our existence and reality. For those who don’t know, the book of Enoch is but one of the many books that were are not included in the Bible, and I that this was done to suppress truths, in order to keep the masses in the dark and more easily manipulated. Now I’m not very religious and nor am I familiar with a lot of the Bible aside from a few books (Revelations, Genesis, Exodus, Daniel) that I found interesting in terms of prophecy, and history. I was raised Roman Catholic, but I would not consider myself to be a Catholic anymore. I’m eclectic when it comes to religions as I see how all major religions have been used to brainwash the masses throughout history and a lot of…

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Posted: November 25, 2012 in News

Dandelion Salad

by Andrew Gavin Marshall
Featured Writer
Dandelion Salad
Nov. 19, 2012

The following is the first installment of a three-part exclusive for on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Originally published at

In 2008, the United States Trade Representative Susan Schwab announced the U.S. entry into the Trans-Pacific Partnership talks as “a pathway to broader Asia-Pacific regional economic integration.” Originating in 2005 as a “Strategic Economic Partnership” between a few select Pacific countries, the TPP has, as of October 2012, expanded to include 11 nations in total: the United States, Canada, Mexico, Peru, Chile, New Zealand, Australia, Brunei, Singapore, Vietnam and Malaysia, with the possibility of several more joining in the future.

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Dandelion Salad

by Finian Cunningham
Featured Writer
Dandelion Salad
East Africa
Crossposted from Strategic Culture Foundation
Nov. 23, 2012

American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s hasty diplomatic shuttle from Southeast Asia to the Middle East this week can be seen as reflecting Washington’s priority to shore up stability in the region. It is a deep apprehension to maintain a shaky status quo that motivates Washington’s concern, not negotiating an end to appalling violence and human suffering in Gaza…

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Occupied Palestine | فلسطين

By SR Editor | Nov 24, 2012 | Sabbah Report

Western media has been struggling to question the Israeli narrative when it comes to conflict and perspective.

Few facts, a lot of racism: Palestine in US media

Illustration by Carlos Latuff

By Charlotte Silver

The worst time to try to grasp a political conflict is during a military confrontation. And yet, it is only at such times that the US media covers the conflict between Palestinians and Israelis.

On November 20, one day before the ceasefire was reached between Palestinians and Israelis and eight days after Israel broke the prior truce by assassinating Ahmed Jabari, Gary Rudoren, the husband of the New York Times‘ Jerusalem Bureau Chief, Jodi Rudoren, disbosomed himself of his anxieties about seeing his wife enter the fray of F-16 and drone strikes on Gaza: ”We’ve been in Israel for five months now. It’s been in my head since the beginning that at some…

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Occupied Palestine | فلسطين

Global Research, November 25, 2012

Hearings of the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission (KLWCC)

Global Research Editor’s Note

At the height of the bombing of Gaza, legal proceedings directed against the State of Israel involving the initial hearings of the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission were launched in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The decision to launch these proceedings was taken by the Commission in May of 2012.

Pertaining to alleged Israeli war crimes, the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission heard the testimonies of nine complainants.

The following summary of testimonies presented to the Commission provides a historical background on Israeli crimes against humanity extending from the Sabra Shatila Massacres to the 2008-2009 Operation Cast Lead, which resulted in the killings of entire families.

We invite our readers to carefully examine these witness testimonies. They are of crucial importance in an understanding of the current…

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Occupied Palestine | فلسطين

The food and farming sector in Gaza has been severely maimed, worsening the condition of agricultural sector.

Behind the Pillar of Cloud   Gaza Severely Maimed

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By Rami Zurayk and Anne Gough

Since its creation in 1948, Israel has used food and nutrition as a means to entrench its military and territorial occupation of Palestine. While all eyes are turned today to the savage eradication of children and entire families in Gaza through operation “Pillar of Cloud”, Israel pursues its long-term goal of decimating the means of food production, livelihoods and the ability of those in Gaza to make economic and political decisions about what they grow and what they eat.

Gaza and the rest of Occupied Palestine is being restructured as an entity where malnutrition is endemic, access to food is denied and people are forced to live under the constant fear…

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