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Police State France. New Anti-Terrorism Legislation, Threat to Civil Liberties

Washington took full advantage of 9/11. Sweeping police state laws followed. They remain in place. Including the USA Patriot Act. Eviscerating fundamental Bill of Rights freedoms. The Homeland Security Act. Establishing a national Gestapo for the first time. Various other measures targeting personal freedoms. Including unilateral executive judge, jury and executioner authority. Rule of law protections no longer apply. Perhaps tougher laws will follow Wednesday’s Paris killings. UK police state laws ...Read full article...

Paris attack not a consequence of “offensive” Free Speech

Are we free of expressing ourselves in any way, shape or form? Despite the latest alleged Al-Qaeda terror attack in Paris France, the truth is that free speech and freedom of expression are the base for any society to progress. This is not only true nowadays, but it has been true for hundreds or even thousands of years. The recent Paris attacks are proof of the irrational world in ...Read full article...

America is a Coup d’Etat Specialist

Coups are a US specialty. Replacing legitimate governments with pro-Western stooge ones. Ukraine is Exhibit A. The latest example. America’s newest colony. For sure not the last. Washington tolerates no sovereign independent states. Subservient ones only. Last February, longstanding US plans culminated with ousting Ukraine’s democratically elected President Viktor Yanukovich. This writer’s edited and contributed to book “Flashpoint in Ukraine: How the US Drive for Hegemony Risks WW III” ...Read full article...

Greece is Bankrupt confesses Athens Mayor

While any European government cheerleader would tell you that the sacrifices Greece has endured were the right way to go, the truth is that the country is worse today than it was before austerity and cutbacks were applied by Brussels. Unlike most Greek politicians, the mayor of Athens, Yorgos Kaminis a constitutionalist himself says things with substance when he speaks out. For example, that Greece is bankrupt, economically, administratively ...Read full article...

Putin cancels plan to build gas pipeline to Europe

The Russian Head of State alleges Europe has obstructed conditions for the project to be realized. ANKARA – Russia has buried the controversial South Stream pipeline project, which aimed to supply European countries with natural gas through the Black Sea, without having to go through Ukraine. Now, Turkey has been announced as a possible partner to drive a new pipeline that would transport natural gas to Western European nations. ...Read full article...

EU presses for a solution to Palestinian-Israeli Conflict

The time to make it feasible to have a two-state solution for the Palestinian-Israeli conflict seems to be running out. After many meetings and negotiating sessions, no viable solution has been found and instead, Israel has done everything in its power to avoid peace at all costs. After bombing Gaza, displacing thousands and murdering men, women and children, Benjamin Netanyahu has increased the number of Israeli settlements and the ...Read full article...

Washington bears full responsibility for Ukrainian crisis

Supporting and encouraging Kiev’s war on its own people. Premeditated naked aggression. Without mercy. Committing high crimes against peace. Using banned terror weapons. Targeting civilian neighborhoods. Donbas freedom fighters reported “irrefutable evidence” of a weapon used similar to white phosphorous. It burns flesh to the bone. Keeps burning until entirely consumed or deprived of oxygen. The Hague and Geneva Conventions categorically prohibit chemical warfare. Including toxic agents. Evidence shows ...Read full article...

NATO Plans Large Scale Military Deployments on Russia’s Doorstep

The World is at a dangerous crossroads. US-NATO is carrying out a fresh set of military drills in Eastern Europe and the Baltic States involving the deployment of several thousand troops.  These drills follow earlier military deployments in the Baltic States in October.   According to NATO  General  Hans-Lothar Domrose, Commander of Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum: “Previously, we conducted maneuvers involving 25,000-40,000 soldiers in the western NATO countries ...Read full article...

EU agrees to reduce CO2 Emissions by 40%

Heads of State and Government of the European Union decided on Thursday to set a new climate and energy framework for 2020-2030, which includes three objectives on emissions, renewables and energy efficiency and a voluntary target of interconnections. The meeting of heads of state and government also agreed to increase the electrical interconnection between Spain and the continent. Despite opposition from Poland, the EU is committed to reducing emissions of ...Read full article...

UK Parliament Supports Palestinian Statehood

It did so overwhelmingly. Symbolically. Voting 274 to 12. A PR victory only. Yet significant because it happened. A first in Britain. It followed Sweden’s newly-formed center-left Prime Minister, Stefan Lofven, announcing his intention to recognize Palestinian statehood. The first EU country to do so. The 134th to recognize what’s long overdue. Parliamentary approval doesn’t commit Britain to officially extend recognition. A UK Foreign Office spokesman said. “We continue ...Read full article...

Coca Cola Company wants you to believe there can be a Healthy Coke

The multinational claims it will use a natural sweetener for diabetics to include in its range of low-calorie products Coca Cola is preparing to flood the market with a new drink that adds products to reduce calories. The pseudoscience used by Coke to support such  a claim is based on the premise that what it calls a natural sweetener will be industrialized to then be added to soft drinks ...Read full article...

New NATO Secretary General wants “constructive relationship” with Russia

The new Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, says he will seek “a constructive relationship with Russia” in order to overcome the current stage of confrontation. The former Norwegian Prime Minister, who took possession Wednesday in front of the Atlantic Alliance, seeks to balance a difficult situation to reconcile two positions: the realization that Russia has violated international law with the annexation of the Crimea and the search for ...Read full article...

Spain is in Debt up to its Eyeballs

Spain‘s debt with the world reached 1.4 billion dollars or 1.1 billion euros in 2013, making it the second most indebted country in the world after the United States, as recorded by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in the fourth chapter of the new edition of its report ‘Global Economic Prospects‘. The negative balance of 1.1 billion euros that includes net foreign assets of Spain is second only to the ...Read full article...

France will significantly Reduce Social Spending Again

Brussels tightens its grip on the poor with the complicity of the Socialist government. The hard adjustment made by the French government provide are part of what it calls ‘deep reforms’ launched by President François Hollande. Those reforms have already resulted in a draft budget for next year. The Government plans to reduce public spending by 21,000 million euros in 2015, of which at least 9,600 million will come from ...Read full article...

Scottish Referendum Started an Unstoppable Movement for Sovereignty

The Scottish referendum is held on Thursday and anything can happen. It would be adventurous to take a wild guess about who will win. But the truth is that the calls for independence in Catalonia and Scotland initiated a process that, despite any final results, seems to be snowballing towards a worldwide call for sovereignty. In the U.K. the question is clear: “Should Scotland be an independent country again?”. ...Read full article...
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