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[5 May 2011 | No Comment | 9,005 views]
2001 interview: ‘Mad man’ Bin Laden warns of US military-industrial complex seeking new enemy for post-Soviet expansion, denies 9/11 involvement

Bin Laden the Vindicator
By Linh Dinh / May 4th, 2011.
Since September 11, 2001, Bin Laden had been mostly an absence. His few video or audio tapes were highly suspect, and speculations about his death had often surfaced. On July 11, 2002, Amir Taheri wrote in the New York Times, “Osama bin Laden is dead. The news first came from sources in Afghanistan and Pakistan almost six months ago: the fugitive died in December and was buried in the mountains of southeast Afghanistan […] With an ego the size of Mount …

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[4 May 2011 | 5 Comments | 15,239 views]
Top Government Insider: Bin Laden Died In 2001, 9/11 A False Flag

Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars.com.
Top US government insider Dr. Steve R. Pieczenik, a man who held numerous different influential positions under three different Presidents and still works with the Defense Department, shockingly told The Alex Jones Show yesterday that Osama Bin Laden died in 2001 and that he was prepared to testify in front of a grand jury how a top general told him directly that 9/11 was a false flag inside job.
Pieczenik cannot be …

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[16 Apr 2011 | No Comment | 3,751 views]
BBC, Libya, & Cluster Bombs

Globalists want to expand Libya war- rhetoric fortuitously changes in tandem.
By Tony Cartalucci.
Bangkok, Thailand April 16, 2011 – The ink was not even dry on the joint op-ed in New York Times written under the names of Obama, Sarkozy, and Cameron, when justification for their proposed expansion of the conflict was conveniently rolled out for public consumption. Reports by the corporate-financier fundedHuman Rights Watch immediately followed up calls to expand the mandate in Libya, claiming “cluster bombs” were being used in the city of Misrata.
The Libyan government has denied these allegations stating …

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[14 Apr 2011 | 3 Comments | 6,128 views]
Department of Defense Press Release Hints at Impending Ground Invasion of Libya

By the Editor.
As Al Jazeera reports an impending escalation in the war on Libya, the following April 08 press release from the Department of Defense hints at a ground invasion involving US troops, as well as a general escalation of the US war effort despite Obama claiming to have taken a back seat. The DoD has decided to keep two of its European brigade combat teams that were previously slated for withdrawal, citing the reason as being to “maintain a flexible and rapidly deployable ground force to fulfill the United …

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[9 Apr 2011 | 12 Comments | 10,641 views]
John Pilger: Libya’s independence, not the nature of its regime, is intolerable to the West

By John Pilger, 06 April 2011.
The Euro-American attack on Libya has nothing to do with protecting anyone; only the terminally naive believe such nonsense. It is the West’s response to popular uprisings in strategic, resource-rich regions of the world and the beginning of a war of attrition against the new imperial rival, China.
President Barack Obama’s historical distinction is now guaranteed. He is America’s first black president to invade Africa. His assault on Libya is run by the US Africa Command, which was set up in 2007 to secure the …

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[7 Apr 2011 | No Comment | 5,542 views]
Libya: The DC/NATO Agenda and the Next Great War

By Paul Craig Roberts.
In the 1930s, the US, Great Britain, and the Netherlands set a course for World War II in the Pacific by conspiring against Japan. The three governments seized Japan’s bank accounts in their countries that Japan used to pay for imports and cut Japan off from oil, rubber, tin, iron and other vital materials. Was Pearl Harbor Japan’s response?
Now Washington and its NATO puppets are employing the same strategy against China.
Protests in Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, and Yemen arose from the people protesting against Washington’s tyrannical puppet governments. …

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[5 Apr 2011 | One Comment | 26,181 views]
Al Qaeda: Pawns of CIA Insurrection from Libya to Yemen

By Webster G. Tarpley, Ph.D. TARPLEY.net, April 3, 2011.
After two weeks of imperialist attack, Libya is being mangled by al Qaeda terrorists, civil war, NATO air raids, cruise missiles, Predator drones, and C-130 gunships – all made possible by the CIA-backed al Qaeda rebels of Cyrenaica. US, British, French, and Dutch commandos have taken leadership of the rebel forces, and are arming them with modern weapons in flagrant violation of the arms embargo specified in UN Security Council resolution 1973. Al Qaeda is also stealing heavy weapons on its own, …

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[28 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 3,404 views]
No-fly zone: Clouding words of war

By Tarak Barkawi.
Phantasms from the 1990s are upon us: no-fly zones; the rhetoric of humanitarian war in Washington, Europe and the UN; guarantees that no US ground troops will be deployed; an air war which alone cannot decisively affect earthbound events.
President Obama swung for ringing tones in his statement on Libya, condemning idleness in the face of merciless tyrants who brutally assault innocents.
In the legal codes through which the international community acknowledges so untoward a happening as war, the UN resolved to protect civilians and create a cordon sanitaire around …

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[1 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 9,975 views]
The Noble American Humanitarian, from Iraq to Libya

Hat tip to ‘Off the freakin’ track’ for translating and forwarding this.
Here’s a few short words (paraphrased) from Belgian writer Michel Collon.

NATO stands ready to intervene in Libya. Thus, those who bomb civilians in Afghanistan, want to protect them in Libya. Those who would not lift a finger when Israel massacred Gaza have suddenly developed an immense love for the Arabs!
As Henry Kissinger once confessed: “The main powers have no principles, only interests.”
Even if we wish for the suffering of Libyans to stop, they will suffer no less under an …

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[13 Jan 2011 | No Comment | 5,698 views]
Even Lost Wars Make Corporations Rich

By Chris Hedges.
Power does not rest with the electorate. It does not reside with either of the two major political parties. It is not represented by the press. It is not arbitrated by a judiciary that protects us from predators. Power rests with corporations. And corporations gain very lucrative profits from war, even wars we have no chance of winning. All polite appeals to the formal systems of power will not end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. We must physically obstruct the war machine or accept a role as …