CyberPol President announces cancellation of CyberPOL SoC with Protecting Tomorrow USA

CyberPol President announces cancellation of CyberPOL SoC with Protecting Tomorrow USA

The President of CYBERPOL Ricardo Baretzky announced today that the deal to host CyberPOL SoC with Protecting Tomorrow, a nonprofit company in the USA, has been declined and suspended. He stated that the decision was made under Art. 18.5 of the CyberPOL organizational statutes granting the President full and complete powers to veto rights in all cases with regards to all decisions made by the general assembly that is not in the organization interest.

NEO: The Unseen Victims of America’s War Machine

NEO: The Unseen Victims of America’s War Machine

Do remember, the Vietnam War was stopped, not by “peaceniks” but by combat veterans who hit the streets, people like John Kerry or, to a lesser extent, me. That these movements survive in a small way, in reality dissent has been criminalized in a world of fake information and even more fake leadership.

NEO/Duff: A Nuremberg Tribunal for ISIS and Friends

NEO/Duff: A Nuremberg Tribunal for ISIS and Friends

By Gordon Duff and New Eastern Outlook, Moscow A dozen nations armed ISIS, protected them, some provided air support, others funneled jihadists from the far reaches of the Pacific to battle fields in Iraq and Syria. Half a trillion dollars in oil, antiquities, entire factories, not to mention endless thousands of human slaves enriched those […]

Kurdistan independence may fall victim to weak governance, inequality: researcher

Kurdistan independence may fall victim to weak governance, inequality: researcher

The president of the Middle East Research Institute in Kurdistan, Dr. Dlawer Ala’Aldeen, speaks to Rudaw. The decision to hold the upcoming independence referendum was rushed, argues Dr. Dlawer Ala’Aldeen, a Kurdistan-based academic researcher. Though he will personally be voting ‘yes’ with optimism, he believes more international preparations should have been done first. He sees […]

VT Cruises Paris

By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor I had lived in Paris once upon a time, always an American city in August at least, English heard everywhere.  For Americans, traveling to Europe is not so much in the cards anymore, too little cash for such things among so much plenty, the money we are told we have […]

Syrian War Report – August 29, 2017: ISIS Defense Collapses In Uqayribat Pocket

Syrian War Report – August 29, 2017: ISIS Defense Collapses In Uqayribat Pocket

…from SouthFront The Syrian Arab Army (SAA), the National Defense Forces (NDF) and the Qalamoun Shield Forces are working to liberate the ISIS-held area of Uqayribat which was encircled by government forces earlier this month. The SAA and its allies have recently liberated Kherbet Bil’as, Mushrifat Huwaysis, Kherbet, Kherbet Tawil Bil’as, and Jub Abyad, closing […]

‘Unreliable partner’: Is US hurting EU with Trump’s stance on Iran nuclear deal?

‘Unreliable partner’: Is US hurting EU with Trump’s stance on Iran nuclear deal?

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has criticized Washington’s “lack of commitment” to the historic multinational nuclear deal, one of his first moves since being re-elected. Widely considered as one of the greatest achievements of former US leader Barack Obama, his successor has clearly shown opposition to the pact. Trump admin slaps Iran with new sanctions despite […]

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