Monthly Archives: October 2014

Is the United States finally losing patience with Israel ?

Binyamin Netanyahu ‘chickenshit’, say US officials in explosive interview Quotes from senior Obama administration figures damn Israeli prime minister over stance on settlements and peace with Palestinians • Peter Beaumont in Jerusalem • • theguardian.com, Wednesday 29 October 2014 Binyamin

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The Anti-Empire Report.

by William Blum http://williamblum.org (October 16 2014) Official website of the author, historian, and US foreign policy critic. The Islamist State You can’t believe a word the United States or its mainstream media say about the current conflict involving The

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How to Start a War and Lose an Empire.

by Dmitry Orlov Club Orlov (October 21 2014) A year and a half I wrote an essay on how the US chooses to view Russia, titled The Image of the Enemy {1}. I was living in Russia at the time,

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The Proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership- the most dangerous Trade Agreement ever ?

. The Medicine is as Bitter as Ever by Systemic Disorder (October 23 2014) The Trans-Pacific Partnership is as dangerous as ever. Denying access to medicines, increased surveillance of Internet usage and mandatory patents at the behest of multi-national corporations

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Ukraine :- Yesterday.Today and Tomorrow

An Interview with “The Saker” by Mike Whitney CounterPunch (October 14 2014) The Saker is an ex-military analyst who was born in Europe to a family of Russian refugees. He now lives in Florida where he writes the Vineyard of

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The Loudest Whisper.

The company behind Whisper, the social media app that promises users anonymity and claims to be the “the safest place on the internet”, is tracking the location of its users, including some who have specifically asked not to be followed.

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An apology from Australia to the rest of the world is now warranted.

Josh Bornstein theguardian.com, Sunday 12 October 2014. In August 2014, the Australian parliament voted to repeal a scheme that placed a price on carbon emissions. The carbon price was working as intended: reducing carbon emissions while supporting continued economic growth.

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