With revolution percolating through the oil-rich sands of the Middle East, the Rothschild/Rockefeller energy oligopoly that has enslaved humankind and decimated planet Earth for the last century is coming apart at the seams.
When I read the report a week ago on Voltaire.net, responsible for some fair thing but lots of less reliable material also, I became afraid. As a journalist, perhaps the “pretend” kind, in that I have difficulty being slavish and naturally stupid, I knew it could be true.
The German government is accused of selling weapons and security systems to dictatorial regimes and supporting them against democracy calls of their nations, especially in the Middle East and North Africa.
A politically incorrect wave of labyrinthine madness is casting its heavy shadow over Syria as the country is being surrounded left and right by Zionist plots thickening beyond control. The complicated situation in Syria is ever more obfuscated by myriad forces at work to destroy the friend of Iran and the foe of Israel. Syrian [...]
The Al Khalifa regime which has found itself incapable of silencing the loud voice of Bahraini people who demand an end to this authoritarian regime is seeking ways through which it can extricate itself from the crisis it has been entangled into
The US, which has its Fifth Fleet based in Bahrain and which uses the Saudi dynasty to maintain corporate bankster control of the world dollar and oil system, doesn’t mind watching a democracy movement get slaughtered.
A. Jolie – who is a goodwill ambassador for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees – has also been exposed to a barrage of criticism from the press and calls for a boycott to “show her she isn’t wolcome“ in the country
“I predict the Bushehr Nuclear Reactor will suffer a devastating Earth Quake as soon as the Iranians and Russians order the billion watt reactor switched “On” and build up about 200 Tons of high level radioactive poison …”
by Jim Fetzer A US judge has signed a judgment that finds Iran, the Taliban and al-Qaeda responsible for 9/11, counter to the FBI’s official reports relating to the incident. Press TV talks with James Fetzer, founder of Scholars for 9/11 Truth in Madison about why Iran has only now been included in the list [...]
The death of the Saudi Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud has dealt a strategic blow to the aging kingdom which is adamantly resistant to any form of social and political reform in the country.
In a primitive society where women find themselves in such a farcical situation where they are not even allowed to drive, a simple word like ‘driving’ which is per se devoid of any archetypal undertones has come to carry a meaning far beyond ordinary.
The Saudis have shown their frustration with Washington in a number of dramatic ways recently. What happens if the Saudis decide that the time really has come to exercise their immense economic power? Saudi Arabia’s power, is truly international and represents well founded, mass economic power.– By Dr. Lawrence Davidson
Interview by Kourosh Ziabari Prof. Gilbert Achcar is a renowned Lebanese academician, writer, socialist and anti-war activist. He left Lebanon in 1983 and taught international relations and politics at the University of Paris VII for several years. Since 2007, Achcar has been Professor of Development Studies and International Relations at the School of Oriental and [...]
It’s curious to consider how events in one part of the world offer images that reflect conditions in another part, as the devastation in Japan provides a glimpse into the eruptions spreading throughout the mid-east. The suddenness of the tsunami
Riz Khan interviews Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters - Aljazeera - 3 March 2011 Roger Waters, the legendary musician and founder-member of the iconic band Pink Floyd, talks to Al Jazeera about his passionate campaign for the rights of the Palestinian people. More than 30 years after he wrote the globally-acclaimed album The Wall, Waters focuses on [...]
On Tuesday, March 1, Saudi Arabian government officials denied widespread media reports that 30 Saudi tanks had been seen entering Bahrain on Monday night over the 25-km King Fahd Causeway, which links Saudi to Bahrain. The news had reportedly affected global energy prices, sending the price of brent crude up nearly $1 per barrel to $112.80.