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After China

anti-japanAfter three weeks in China I have returned to the United States yesterday before departing for Turkey and Rhodes later today. I mention this to explain my failure to post during this period or to comment or monitor comments on the blog. This failure was not due to a lack of access to the Internet or even finding time during a busy travel schedule.

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Working the magic the 'terrorcrat' way

The Mujahideen-e-Khalq is set to be removed from the US' list of terror organisations this weekby Pepe Escobar

The Bush administration's war on terror is the gift that keeps on giving - in not exactly mysterious ways.

In the same week of the UN General Assembly in New York - buzzing with competing fiery speeches by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu - the US government is bound to formally delist the Iraq-based anti-Iranian outfit Mujahideen-e-Khalq (MEK) as a terrorist group.

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Letter to Africa

AustraliaBlock Australia’s bid for UNSC seat

Australia’s Labor PM Julia Gillard and its Foreign Minister Bob Carr are in New York lobbying African and other countries to support an Australian seat on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). Anti-racist Australians who deplore Australia’s blind support for the Zionist-backed US War on Muslims (12 million Muslim deaths from violence or war-imposed deprivation since 1990) and the ongoing Palestinian Genocide by race-based, genocidal Apartheid Israel (2 million Palestinian deaths from violence or violently imposed deprivation since 1936)  must urge African nations to vote AGAINST an Australian seat on the UNSC.

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The Power of the Mormon Church Over Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney and the Mormon Church: QuestionsAn excerpt from Mitt Romney and the Mormon Church: Questions

The election of Mitt Romney as president of the United States would represent the culmination of a century-and-a-half quest by the Mormon Church for national political power in preparation for the Kingdom of God.

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Book Review: ‘The Shock of the New’

Australian art critic Robert HughesModern Art, War & Corporatism

Famous expatriate Australian art critic Robert Hughes died on 6 August 2012, aged 74.  It is appropriate to remember this impressive Australian by re-reviewing his important book “The Shock of the New” (1980) that analyzes the revolutions in Modern Art since the late 19th century. This re-review is also needed because the corporate takeover of Art perceived by Robert Hughes in 1980 has now extended to a pervasive corporatism that has subverted and perverted Western democracies to the point that they can now be seen as Lobbyocracies, Murdochracies (reflecting the global power of the Murdoch media empire), or Corporatocracies in which Big Money buys politicians, parties, public perception of reality, votes and thence political power.

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