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[4 Jan 2014 | 7 Comments | 12,166 views]
BBC Caught Fabricating Videos to Push Libya and Syria War Agendas

By the Editor.
Many find it difficult to believe the sheer boldness of the lies peddled by the British Broadcasting Corporation – the world’s largest and most respected broadcasting organisation. Nevertheless, the BBC’s nefarious agenda has come to the fore during the wars on Libya and Syria, where it has taken every opportunity to justify foreign military intervention in both countries. In some cases the BBC has been quite ham-fisted in its attempts to deceive viewers, resulting in its foul play becoming readily apparent.
BBC claims footage of Indian protest …

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[22 Mar 2012 | 4 Comments | 6,891 views]
French Terror Attack: All the Hallmarks of an Intelligence Psy-op and False Flag

by Kurt Nimmo.
Mohammed Merah, the suspect in the killing of seven people outside a Jewish school in Toulouse, France, fits the pattern of an al-Qaeda intelligence asset. According to the BBC, he was on the radar of French authorities because of visits he made to Afghanistan and the “militant stronghold” of Waziristan in Pakistan.
More specifically, Merah was handled by France’s DCRI intelligence service “for years,” according to Claude Gueant, the interior minister.
Merah, a French citizen of Algerian origin, was arrested on December 19, 2007, and was sentenced to three years in jail for …

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[17 Jan 2012 | 3 Comments | 12,417 views]
The Salala Massacre: NATO’s Naked Aggression Against Pakistan And The Hegemonic Israeli-Indo-American Strategy Behind It

by the Editor and Jonathan Azaziah.
NATO’s Bloody Attack On Pakistan: The Motive
In the early morning of Saturday 26 November two NATO Apache helicopters, an AC-130 gunship, and a number of fighter jets perpetrated a sustained and deadly attack on two Pakistani army border posts on the Afghan-Pakistan border. Located high on the Salala mountain ridge, the two army posts were brutally attacked for approximately two hours. In what was evidently a naked act of aggression, the US-led forces bombarded the border posts for forty-five minutes, left for twenty minutes, and …

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[11 Dec 2011 | 7 Comments | 37,005 views]
Game-changing and decisive events unfold at breakneck pace in Pakistan

By the Editor.
Read on for breaking analysis from Pakistani luminary Zaid Hamid. Events are fast unfolding, and with potentially dire global implications. In summary:

The corrupt head of Pakistani puppet regime Zardari flees to Dubai for “treatment” after a “heart attack”. In reality he is meeting with the CIA to try and save his regime;
Pakistani army claims recent US attacks on Pakistan “deliberate”, “part of a plot” and to support the TTP insurgents;
US forces forced to vacate Shamsi airbase in southwest Pakistan. Shamsi was being used for …

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[2 Dec 2011 | 11 Comments | 163,890 views]
Pakistan: Gateway to the Zionist Endgame

By the Editor.
Updated December 20, 2011: expanded and clarified the section pertaining to the David Ben-Gurion quote.
Israel’s plan to eviscerate the Arab and Muslim states, eyes nuclear Pakistan as the final hurdle. In the wake of NATO’s deadly November 26 attack on Pakistan, the S.I.T.E. Intelligence Group rears its head to carry forward the Zionist deceptions.
In February 1982 an important Hebrew paper appeared in a Jewish journal named KIVUNIM (Directions). Penned by Oded Yinon and titled ‘A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties‘, the essay delineates strategies …

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[20 Sep 2011 | 9 Comments | 404,126 views]
September 11, 2001: Zionist shock therapy and the birth of the lie

By the Editor.
New York City, New York. Shock is a curious thing. The human mind is at its most susceptible when the proverbial rug has been pulled from under its feet. When a momentous, shocking event occurs we are thrust into an uncomfortable, unfamiliar, frightening place. We look for explanations, try to make sense of chaos whilst we are at our most vulnerable. Our malleable minds accept and subconsciously cling to the first narrative our ‘protectors’ offer, whether real or imagined, whether plausible or nonsensical.
The …

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[13 Sep 2011 | 2 Comments | 2,925 views]
Interview with Pakistani analyst Zaid Hamid: essential context on the ‘War on Terror’

By the Editor.
The false flag 9/11 attacks of ten years ago saw the advent of the ‘War on Terror’ and ushered in a new era of global war, the target of which it cannot be denied is Islam and Muslim nations. Adding context to this, Mark Glenn’s December 2010 interview with Pakistani analyst Zaid Hamid is incredibly instructive.
Several essential historical events are covered which bear on current events in intimate ways and simply must be kept in mind in order to reach a working understanding of the ‘War on …

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[20 Jul 2011 | No Comment | 16,276 views]
Sowing the Seeds of Violence and Instability

By Ghali Hassan. Tuesday, Jun 7, 2011.
“In terms of a violent society and armed citizens, the U.S. is in a league of its own and sadly the state of disregard for the law and justice filters all the way down from the White House.
- Yvonne Ridley, British journalist
In June 2006, former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice described the criminal destruction of Lebanon by the Israeli fascist forces as the “birth pang” of a “New Middle East” characterised by violence and instability. The aim is to break-up the Arab states …

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[14 Jul 2011 | 3 Comments | 5,643 views]
UN 2011 mid-year report on Afghanistan reveals alarming new trend in war propaganda

By the Editor.
As the first half of 2011 sees record civilian deaths in occupied Afghanistan, the UN is today continuing its disgusting attempts to whitewash the US/NATO role.  With stunning audacity, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan’s 11 June press release attempted to absolve the US-NATO occupiers of any role in the record level of civilian deaths in the month of May 2011.
One month on, today’s 2011 Mid-year Report continues the same contemptuous apologist tactics, but it also reveals an alarming new trend in the UN’s war propaganda.  By …

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[5 Jul 2011 | No Comment | 3,120 views]
The Powers of Manipulation: Islam as a Geopolitical Tool to Control the Middle East

by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya.
As Washington and its cohorts march towards the Eurasian Heartland, they have tried to manipulate Islam as a geo-political tool. They have created political and social chaos in the process. Along the way they have tried to redefine Islam and to subordinate it to the interests of global capital by ushering in a new generation of so-called Islamists, chiefly amongst the Arabs. 
The Project to Redefine Islam: Turkey as the New Model and “Calvinist Islam”
Turkey in its present form is now being presented as the democratic model for the rebelling Arab masses to …