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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Bilderberg Group : 2011 Annual Meeting

Conspiracy - up to no good?




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'Israel bribes UN to reject Palestine'.

Will Europeans behave differently from Americans, will Europeans vote for leaders who are recipient of "Israeli funding"?

PressTVGlobalNews on 13 Jun 2011 - Israel is working on several strategies to derail the Palestinian plan to obtain recognition of statehood at the UN General Assembly in September.Israel's foreign ministry has ordered its ambassadors to fuel the media hype against Palestinian statehood.Meanwhile, Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu and nine of his ministers are in Italy in a bid to secure Rome's support in their anti-Palestinian statehood campaign.

To further discuss the issue, Press TV interviewed Eugene Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars Magazine from Indiana.






Monday, June 6, 2011

Obama's new security staff may approve attack on Iran.

Obama has chosen the summer of 2011, about a year before the election season warms up in 2012, to refresh his national security staff, a move that may have serious repercussions on Israel.

By Amir Oren | haaretz 
Israeli acquaintances of General Martin Dempsey, the chairman-elect of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the Pentagon, speak extremely highly of him. He is a pro, keeps away from politics and from self-aggrandizement, a military authority, and serious. President Barack Obama announced his appointment, which has to be approved by the Senate, four months before the term of office of Admiral Michael Mullen ends. Alongside him, and slightly above him, Dempsey will encounter a new Defense Secretary, Leon Panetta, the successor to Robert Gates who will retire at the end of the month.
General Martin Dempsey - AP
General Martin Dempsey.
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Obama has chosen the summer of 2011, about a year before the election season warms up in 2012, to refresh his national security staff. Within a few short months, he released his national security adviser, the retired General James Jones, in favor of his deputy, Tom Donilon; he parted from Gates; he transferred Panetta from the CIA to the Pentagon and General David Petraeus from commanding the forces in Afghanistan to the CIA; and he signed another round of senior military appointments. His image as supreme commander was strengthened following the success of the campaign against Osama bin Laden.