Institute for Political Economy
Sat, 18 Feb 2017 15:38 UTC
Our secret police agencies are busy at work planting "intelligence" among the presstitute media that Trump is compromised by "Russian connections" and is a security threat to the United States. The plan is to make a case in the media, as was done against President Nixon, and to force Trump from office. To openly take on a newly elected president is an act of extraordinary audacity that implies enormous confidence, or else desperation, on the part of the police state agencies.
Israeli Defense Minister supports idea of two-state solution to end conflict between Israel and Palestine
Sun, 19 Feb 2017 13:04 UTC
Earlier in the week, Lieberman also stated that Israel was ready to invest in infrastructure in the Gaza Strip when the local Palestinian authority, Hamas, stops firing rockets across the border.
"My vision, is no doubt, a two-state solution. I believe what is necessary for us is to keep a Jewish state," Lieberman said at the Munich Security Conference.The two-state solution has long been viewed by the international community as the only realistic way to end the conflict.
Free Thought Project
Sat, 18 Feb 2017 16:02 UTC
As Jay Syrmopolous pointed out last week, giving a clear admission of a soft coup in progress, John Schindler, a former professor of national security affairs at the U.S. Naval War College, who spent nearly a decade with the super-secret National Security Agency as an intelligence analyst and counterintelligence officer — and who still maintains deep connections to the intelligence community — readily admitted that senior elements of the intelligence community (IC) are engaging in treason against Trump.A game is being played with the security of our country. Pls watch & share this is important. #DeepState https://t.co/zh8yRbyhjb
— Dennis Kucinich (@Dennis_Kucinich) February 14, 2017
Antifascist / Fort Russ News
Thu, 16 Feb 2017 15:52 UTC
Putin also drew attention to the fact that at the NATO summit in Warsaw in July last year, for the first time since 1989 Russia was recognized to be the main threat to NATO's security and deterring Russia was officially declared to be the new mission of NATO.
"The bloc's further expansion is being carried out with this goal," the president continued. "This was done before, but now they have found what they think to be more serious justification. The deploying of strategic and conventional weapons beyond the borders of its member-states has been accelerated. They are provoking us with this and striving to drag us into confrontation. Attempts at interfering in our domestic affairs with the aim of destabilizing the socio-political situation in Russia itself have not ceased," the president stated.
'Won't stand to scrutiny': Former British Ambassador to Syria questions Amnesty International report on Saydnaya prison executions
Wed, 15 Feb 2017 15:31 UTC
On February 7, the organization issued an explosive report titled 'Human Slaughterhouse, Mass Hangings and Extermination at Saydhaya prison, Syria,' alleging that the Syrian authorities were responsible of killing 13,000 opponents of President Bashar Assad at the Saydnaya prison on the outskirts of Damascus.
In an interview with Sputnik, Ford pointed out that it was interesting how the report was coincidentally released after the Syrian city of Aleppo was liberated by the government forces two months ago, after successful negotiations in Astana and as it appears that Syria is coming closer to a political solution for the ongoing war.
"It's very strange after this report has been over a year in gestation — you have to ask, why now?" He said.
Comment: See also:
- Amnesty International admits Syria's 'torture prison' report fabricated entirely in UK
- Hearsay extrapolated: Zero proof of Amnesty International's "mass executions in Syria" claims solely based on hearsay and guesstimates of two witnesses: #fakenews goes even further
- Propaganda alert: Amnesty International's report on Syria's Saydnaya prison executions lacks evidence
Sun, 19 Feb 2017 15:43 UTC
If anyone in the world knows about creating dictators it would be John McCain.
The US Senator has overthrown countless governments, and even consulted with ISIS terrorists before launching a war against the sovereign government of Assad in Syria.
McCain and "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd, were referring to Trump's ever growing "fake news" list the President tweeted yesterday.
"Without the filter of the fake news.": Trump briefs Florida rally on US security, NATO & Syria safe zones
Sun, 19 Feb 2017 04:33 UTC
In his first post-inauguration campaign-style rally, President Trump told the crowd inside an airplane hangar in Melbourne, Florida, that the purpose of the event was to speak to the American people "without the filter of the fake news."
Trump continued his attacks on the "dishonest media," which he said, "published one false story after another, with no sources."
"They are part of the corrupt system," Trump said of the media, just days after Thursday's 76-minute press conference where he attacked the media for spreading 'fake news.'
Apart from speaking on the need to curb illegal immigration as part of his national security strategy, Trump also touched on his new administration's commitment to NATO, urging all member states to contribute 2 percent of their GDP to the alliance's budget.
"We are fighting battles that no longer help us. I'm a NATO fan but many of the countries in NATO, many of the countries that we protect, many of these countries are very rich countries - they are not paying their bills," Trump said.
United States urges China to keep pressure on N. Korea, as Beijing stops coal imports from Pyongyang
Sun, 19 Feb 2017 15:37 UTC
"All countries should fully and transparently implement all relevant UN Security Council Resolutions on the DPRK," a US State Department spokesperson said, referring to North Korea, as cited by Reuters.
"We continue to urge China to exert its unique leverage as North Korea's largest trading partner to convince Pyongyang to return to serious talks on denuclearization," the official added.
As if one US-led warmongering alliance in Europe and the North Atlantic were not enough. Now the world will see a clone of NATO let loose on the already conflict-torn Middle East region, if the reported discussions materialize.
Instead of combating alleged Russian aggression, the putative US-led Middle East alliance - which one could designate as NATO 2.0 - is defining Iran as the top regional threat.
'Post-truth' & 'post-fake' crossroads: Sergey Lavrov Russia's FM top quotes at Munich Security Conference
Sun, 19 Feb 2017 15:19 UTC
On world order
"They say that all wars begin in the minds of people, and by this logic, that's where they are supposed to come to an end. However, this hasn't been the case with the Cold War yet, [at least] judging by some speeches of politicians in Europe and in the US, including statements that were made yesterday and today at the beginning of our conference."