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The Stolen War

gazaresistIs there no limit to the villainy of Hamas? Seems there isn’t. This week, they did something quite unforgivable.

They stole a war.

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Top Climate Scientist Warns Against Keystone Pipeline

Keystone PipelineOne of America’s foremost climate scientists says that if the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline is built to tap the tar sands of Alberta, Canada, the impact on the Earth’s climate will be devastating.

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Secrets of Empire and Self-Deceptions of Partisans

2112-electionYet a howling defiance into the darkness of the corporate state night
By Phil Rockstroh

It is laughable (in a weeping outright sort of way) that Obama and his fellow Democratic Party supporters and apologists can't find a more resonant campaign theme than, "We carry out the agendas of the national security/bankster/militarist state (i.e., the one percent) while appearing to be less crazy than Republicans."

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Why Sarkozy Revived Armenian Genocide?

Armenian Genocideby Dan Lieberman

Genocide is always ignored until the genocide is over. After its completion, eloquent and hypocritical words appear in defense of the murdered and departed. Genocide makes headlines, and people know how to use them for their own advantage.

France's President Nicholas Sarkozy gains headlines, and mostly for appropriate reasons. He is in the news almost every day - marriage to a celebrity model, leading the charge against dispatched Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, whom he befriended months earlier, scuffling with Germany's Prime Minister Angela Merkel over how to save the Euro and French banks, camera shots with the new baby, and at an October 7, 2011 meeting in Armenia stating that "Turkey's refusal to recognize the [Armenian] genocide would force France to make such denials a criminal offense.

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Russell Tribunal on Palestine

Russell Tribunal on PalestineThe Russell Tribunal on Palestine (RToP) was launched in Brussels on 4 March 2009. It´s a people´s tribunal in the spirit of the Tribunal on the Vietnam war that was set up by Lord Bertrand Russell in 1966 to protest the inconceivable war crimes and the crimes against humanity that were inflicted on the Vietnamese people by the United States of America. The first tribunal comprised people such as Jean-Paul Sartre, James Baldwin, Simone de Beauvoir, Isaac Deutscher to name a few. So far, there has been a second Russell Tribunal on Latin America from 1974 to 1976 dealing with crimes committed by Latin American military juntas.

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