Thursday, October 14, 2010

Pakistan President Believed
'US Behind Taliban Attacks in Pak' to Gain Access to its Nukes


....Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari's claim, that the US was 'arranging' the (suicide) attacks by Pakistani Taliban inside his country.... Continue

The Three-Decade US-Mujahideen Partnership Still Going Strong

By Sibel Edmonds

During the 80s our ‘real’ foreign policymakers couldn’t care less about adjectives such as extremists, terrorists, fanatics, anti-west…They were the beloved enemies of our enemies, and we’d do anything to support and use them. Continue

PLO Chief: We Will Recognize Israel in Return for 1967 Borders

By Avi Issacharoff

Yasser Abed Rabbo says that in exchange for accepting Palestinian territorial claims, it will recognize Israel as 'whatever it wants.' Continue

Groundwork Laid for Media Narrative of Failed Peace Talks
"It’s the Palestinians’ Fault"
- but in reality it is Israel's fault

By Alex Kane'

Predictably, it will be, and already is, a narrative of Palestinian rejectionism versus Israeli generosity. Continue

Democracy is the USA

By Tim Gatto

When are the workers in this country going to realize that the Democrats and the Republicans are running the same game? Continue

They Hate Us For Our Occupations

By Glenn Greenwald

Isn't Muslim culture just so bizarre, primitive, and inscrutable? As strange as it is, they actually seem to dislike it when foreign militaries bomb, invade and occupy their countries. Continue

Collapsing Empire Watch

By Glenn Greenwal

It's easy to say and easy to document, but quite difficult to really internalize, that the United States is in the process of imperial collapse. Every now and then, however, one encounters certain facts which compellingly and viscerally highlight how real that is. Continue

Washington at Work--for the Wealthy

Uncle Sam is concentrating America's wealth, not sharing it.

By Sam Pizzigati

We don't need to start redistributing our nation's wealth. We're already redistributing. We just need to reverse the flow. Continue

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