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News :: Globalization

June 10 March to end the Occupation fizzles in Washington


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News :: Media

The hole that was not there

News Junkie Scott's Blog (6/10/07)

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Commentary :: Latin America

Who's Pulling the Strings? Behind Venezuela's "Student Rebellion"

Discusses evidence of links between the oligarchy and recent "student" protests in Venezuela, following the non-renewal of a broadcasting license for putschist TV station, RCTV...

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Commentary :: Civil & Human Rights : Latin America : Media

Venezuela: The case of RCTV and the fictional democratization of communication

* The Collective of “El Libertario”, Venezuelan anarchist newspaper, makes public its reasoned out position in the debate generated by the case of RCTV, in where the current government imposes a solution where we pass from the meanness that the capitalistic private oligopoly of TV to the dreadful that could be the monopoly of a bureaucratic and authoritarian state.

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Commentary :: Latin America

Wall Street Journal's Looking Glass News

Made in Washington street protests threaten Venezuela

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News :: International Relations

Bulgaria EU: Mass Illegal Traffic of Companion Animals

An Open Letter to Sergei Stanishev, Prime Minister. After May 22, 2007 multiple copies were emailed to Government of Bulgaria (<>), Ministry of Foreign Affairs/Minister of European Affairs (<>), Parliamentary European Affairs Committee (<>) and Parliamentary Internal Security and Public Order Committee (<>), without reply.

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News :: Animal Rights

Sofia EU: Mass Farming of Stray Animals

An open letter to Mayor Boyko Borissov, a very popular and ambitious politician, leader of the Citizens for the European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) party, former Secretary General of the Ministry of Interior. Since May 30 2007 multiple copies of similar emails were sent to: The Municipality of Sofia (<>), The Public Ombudsman of Sofia (<>) and The Prosecutor General of the Republic of Bulgaria (<>), without reply.

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Commentary :: History : Middle East : U.S. Government

Remembering the USS Liberty: Four Decades Later

On June 8, 1967, the Israelis attacked the USS Liberty killing 34 Americans. They insist it was an “accident.” Lt. James M. Ennes, Jr., a Liberty veteran and an author, said it was “deliberate.” A book, “Operation Cyanide,” claims the attack was a set up to blame the Egyptians and bring the U.S. into the 1967 Six Day War on the side of Israel. Will the U.S. Congress do the Liberty justice? Lt. Ennes doubts it, but he adds: “We can’t stop asking for it.”

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Commentary :: Latin America

Christianity without Christ

Soren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) sought to introduce Christianity into Christendom when the state religion had become comfortable and indistinguishable from the world. Kierkegaard like Leonardo Boff calls us to authenticity in a world of reversible cups and self-righteou9sness.

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News :: International Relations : Middle East : Military : U.S. Government : War in Iraq

More Smoke on the Horizon in the Middle East War Theater

The war dossiers against Iran and Syria, the last two bastions of independence in the Middle East, are being built. General Wesley Clark, the former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO in Europe, has confirmed that the White House has been plotting a course based on a major military roadmap in the Middle East, Central Asia, and East Africa that would start in Afghanistan and Iraq and end with Iran. Clark has stated that, after Afghanistan, seven additional nations were on the the Pentagon’s list to be attacked and invaded over a five-year period: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and finally Iran.

The White House can exploit extraordinary powers that suspend civil liberties and can even challenge the American Constitution. Because of the uncertain and the shifting shape of the “Global War on Terror” that is continually being redefined, a moment may arise when a “Constitutional Dictatorship” is declared to ensure the continuity of government.

Moreover, the mechanisms have been put in place in the United States to allow for the hypothetical extension of the presidential term of George W. Bush Jr. or allow Vice-President Richard (Dick) B. Cheney to become U.S. president in the context of a war-time or emergency situation. This eventuality could occur should a major international war be launched in the Middle East— which is what a war against Iran and Syria would effectively create.

If war were to be waged against Iran and Syria, there would be casualties in the tens of thousands in Iraq and the Persian Gulf. Iraq would become a graveyard for American and British forces. American and British troops would be overwhelmed by waves of well armed and well trained Iranian troops from the East and Syrian troops from the West and an Iraqi Resistance that would undoubtedly grow in numbers and strengthen ten fold with the arrival of Iranian and Syrian military forces.

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