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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Iran Bashing, Terrorism and Who Chose The Chosen People, Anyway?

Uploaded by alawson911 on Mar 30, 2012 - Dedicated to the long-suffering Palestinians and Iranians who have been sidelined by the United Nations in favour of the Nuclear Apartheid State of Zionist Israel in the most blatant exercise in International Double Standards that our world has ever known.

This video demonstrates that the United States is not a democracy, it is a bribeocracy, largely controlled by Zionists. But citizens of other nations need not be complacent, for there is much evidence to suggest that the same pressures are being brought to bear on their politicians and officials to support Israel's excesses, and an Internet search will reveal that the first ever European Jewish Parliament held its inaugural meeting early in February, 2012; something that the mainstream media seemed reluctant to publicise.




Friday, March 23, 2012

Palestine before 1948.

Uploaded by abumiz on Aug 11, 2010 - The video contains pictures of different Palestinian cities during the 1920's and 1930's, before the creation of the Zionist state in 1948.



Wednesday, March 21, 2012

US exempts 11 states from Iran sanctions.

Uploaded by PressTVGlobalNews on Mar 21, 2012 - The United States says it has exempted 11 nations including 10 European Union members and Japan from tough new sanctions on Iran as they have reduced oil purchase from Tehran.

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in a statement on Tuesday that the exemption covers financial institutions from 11 nations - Belgium, Britain, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Poland and Spain, AFP reported.





3 million Muslims living in America?


Uploaded by presstvmobile on Mar 20, 2012 : [VIDEO] PEW: 3 million Muslims living in America 




Israeli Media : War game predicts dead Americans

Uploaded by infolivetvenglish on Mar 20, 2012 - A classified war simulation exercise held earlier this month by the United States estimated that a strike on Iran would lead to a regional war which could draw in the United States and leave hundreds of Americans dead. The two-week war game, played out a potential narrative in which the United States found itself pulled into the conflict after Iranian missiles struck a Navy warship in the Persian Gulf, killing about 200 Americans, the United States then responded by launching its own strikes on Iran's nuclear facilities.



 
 
 

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

The quiet revolution:

High Treason - Obama and Pentagon Declare Congress Invalid 2012 !!

Uploaded by pokertron on Mar 10, 2012 : High Treason - Obama and Pentagon Declare Congress Invalid 2012. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta's testimony asserting that the United Nations and NATO have supreme authority over the actions of the United States military, words which effectively declare Congress a ceremonial relic, have prompted Congressman Walter Jones to introduce a resolution that re-affirms such behavior as an "impeachable high crime and misdemeanor" under the Constitution.





America Awakening : 99 percenters heat up protests.

SOLIDARITY WITH THE OPPRESSED:

Uploaded by PressTVGlobalNews on Mar 19, 2012 - Six Months and counting, the Occupy Wall Street movement is on the move. As the weather is warming up, so it seems are the 99 percenters.Protesters continue to show their disapproval of what they say is a takeover of their government by the one percent. And during new occupy event, the rough treatment by police continue.





It's political & ideology, not facts, driving talk of war against Iran.

Mossad agrees Iran has no nuke bomb plot

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Mar 19, 2012 : Reacting to being cut off by the SWIFT banking system - Iran has now threatened to block the Straight of Hormuz - a major artery in global oil shipping. That warning comes as US and Israeli intelligence agencies, the CIA and Mossad, admit that Iran hasn't yet decided to develop nuclear weapons. 




Thursday, March 15, 2012

Who supply the weapons & who finance the Syria unrest

Uploaded by presstvmobile on Mar 13, 2012 | Israel, West behind Syria unrest:




'Western intervention in Syria already under way'

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Mar 14, 2012 - The Assad government has scheduled Parliamentary elections for the seventh of May. Russia is praising the move, but says change and reforms are long overdue. On the ground, Syrian troops have overrun another flashpoint city - Idlib, pushing back armed rebels. Opposition activists claim the area's now become the scene of a crackdown, while the government's hailing victory against what it calls foreign-funded terrorism. Rebel political leaders have confirmed they've been promised more weapons from abroad. Meanwhile, the international community is still unable to reach consensus on how to act. London-based political analyst Chris Bambery comments.




Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Veterans take action to demand immediate withdrawal from Afghanistan

Emergency response to civilian massacre:
 March Forward! members hold emergency press conference and rally in
response to civilian massacre in Afghanistan. (Photo: Mike Chickey)


In response to the horrible civilian massacre in Afghanistan, March Forward! members held an emergency rally and press conference demanding an immediate withdrawal of all U.S. forces from Afghanistan.


The Obama administration and Pentagon command have issued empty apologies for the atrocity on one hand, while vowing to maintain the conditions which make these atrocities inevitable on the other.


With the rhetoric around the incident attempting to characterize it as an isolated incident by "bad apples," we understand the reality that the death of innocent civilians is an everyday occurrence in Afghanistan. We understand that atrocities like these are the natural outgrowth of a brutal, colonial-type occupation, combined with racist indoctrination within the military and the complete failure of the U.S. government to address the crisis of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

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US troops to be targeted after Afghan massacre?


Uploaded by RTAmerica on Mar 13, 2012 - Anti-American sentiment in Afghanistan has reached new heights. Over the weekend another horrific episode played out where a US soldier slaughtered 16 innocent Afghans including women and children. Initial reports claim the soldier acted alone, but according to witness there were a group of individuals. Although US officials have expressed their apologies, the backlash for the murdering of women and children is yet to come. Kevin Baker, a US Iraq veteran, gives us his take on what should happen next.


Larijani on Iran's new democracy

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Monday, March 12, 2012

Will "America" impeach Obama for the unconstitutional wars?

Obama Admin Cites 'Int'l Permission,' Not Congress, As 'Legal Basis' For Action In Syria

Uploaded by SenatorSessions on Mar 7, 2012 - WASHINGTON, Under question from Sen. Sessions at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing today, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey indicated that "international permission," rather than Congressional approval, provided a 'legal basis' for military action by the United States.




On Iran, Obama Becomes More Warlike Than Bush?

The president had offered a new definition of “aggression” against this country and a new war doctrine to go with it. He would, he insisted, take the U.S. to war not to stop another nation from attacking us or even threatening to do so, but simply to stop it from building a nuclear weapon -- and he would act even if that country were incapable of targeting the United States. That should have been news. 



Dont Attack Iran Student StopTheWar Campaign London March 6
 

Uploaded by 108morris108 on Mar 7, 2012 - StopTheWar Coalition is starting a campaign to prevent an attack on Iran. This meeting was held in a University Student Union building, and aimed at students, with some student speakers, these are just highlights.


'Yellow light enough' for Israel to attack Iran.

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Mar 12, 2012 - There is no doubt that Israel is ready to carry out a first strike against Iran, Shlomo Gazit, former head of Israeli intelligence, told RT. And Israel will not seek any approval from the US or even its own citizens to make such a move.




Saturday, March 10, 2012

'Truce with Israel over': Rocket exchange blows peace off course

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Mar 10, 2012 - A Palestinian militant group has announced its truce with Israel is over. It comes after 14 Palestinians were killed in a series of Israeli air strikes, with retaliatory rockets launched in response from Gaza. Tel Aviv claims those targeted were terrorists, but a total of 30 civilians have reportedly been hurt on both sides. RT's Paula Slier reports.




Friday, March 9, 2012

Tens of thousands rally in Bahrain urging reform

Posted: 10 March 2012 


Thousands of supporters of the Shiite opposition Al-Wefaq society wave Bahraini flags during a rally (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)
DUBAI: Tens of thousands of Bahrainis flooded the streets of the capital Manama on Friday demanding political reforms, a year after authorities crushed an uprising, an activist said.

Policemen fired tear gas at a group of protesters but the rallies were largely peaceful and no one was arrested, said Nabil Rajab, an activist who heads the Bahraini Centre for Human Rights.

"It is one of the largest protests in recent years," Rajab told AFP.

Rajab said demonstrators took to the streets in response to calls by several groups, including Bahrain's powerful Al-Wefaq main Shiite opposition formation, as well as Shiite clerics.

"A small group of protesters tried to converge on the former Pearl Square but they were dispersed by policemen who fired tear gas canisters," said Rajab in reference to the rallying point of last year's protests.

Protesters called for political reforms in Bahrain, which is ruled by the minority Sunni Al-Khalifa family, and for an elected government, Rajab said.

The Shiite-led opposition demands constitutional changes that would reduce the power of the dynasty.

Tensions have remained high in Bahrain since a deadly crackdown last year after a month of Manama street protests.

According to an independent probe 35 people were killed in last year's unrest, including five security personnel and five detainees tortured to death while in custody.



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'Obama diplomacy looking for excuse to attack Iran legally'

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Mar 8, 2012 - Iran is warning that any talks on its nuclear programme will fail if the West continues to hit it with sanctions. International leaders have agreed to restart the international negotiations, which have stalled for over a year. As well as the talks, Tehran's agreeing to let UN inspectors inside a military facility that's suspected of atomic weapons work, in efforts to prove its nuclear programme is peaceful. U.S. President Barack Obama says he hopes the new talks will help silence Washington's hawkish voices. But there are worrying reports from an ex-Israeli intelligence officer, that Tel Aviv won't rely on diplomacy for much longer. Global affairs researcher Benjamin Schett believes the U.S. could also be waiting for an excuse to attack.




Whois 'Gaddafi 2.0?'

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Mar 9, 2012 - In Libya the interim Prime Minister has thanked the US for what he called "tremendous support"' in overthrowing Muammar Gaddafi. But the new Libyan authorities are facing an uprising of their own from a group of powerful tribal leaders who have declared partial autonomy in the east of the country. Political analyst Pepe Escobar told RT, that Washington is likely to take little interest in political developments in post-Gaddafi Libya. And Sara Marusek, a Beirut-based researcher for Syracuse University says that what's happening in Libya now, under a Western backed government, is exactly what prompted foreign military intervention in the first place.




Thursday, March 8, 2012

The Green Alliance

Uploaded by presstvmobile on Mar 8, 2012 - Algeria: Islamic parties agree to form alliance




Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Stratfor leaks: NATO commandos in illegal special ops in Syria

Members of the Free Syrian Army are seen deployed in al-Bayada district in Homs, February 28, 2012 (Reuters / Stringer)
Members of the Free Syrian Army are seen deployed in al-Bayada district in Homs, February 28, 2012 (Reuters / Stringer)
Undercover NATO troops are already in Syria despite denials from their parent governments, according to a leaked brief from a highly-placed analyst.
The information comes from a hacked email from leading private US intelligence agency Stratfor, whose correspondence has been released by Wikileaks since February 27. The email appears to be written from the address of Reva Bhalla (bhalla@stratfor.com), the company’s director of analysis, for internal use, and details a confidential Pentagon meeting in December. The consultation is alleged to have been attended by senior analysts from the US Air Force, and representatives from its chief allies, France and the United Kingdom.
Western powers have categorically denied military involvement in Syria’s internal conflict, for which they have no international mandate. But if the information contained in the letter is reliable, a radically different picture of Western activity in Syria emerges.
The author of the letter claims that US officials “said without saying that SOF [special operation forces] teams (presumably from the US, UK, France, Jordan and Turkey) are already on the ground, focused on recce [reconnaissance] missions and training opposition forces.” A little later the US army experts expand on the role of the undercover commandos:  “the idea 'hypothetically' is to commit guerrilla attacks, assassination campaigns, try to break the back of the Alawite forces, elicit collapse from within.”
Alawites are a minority Islamic sect, to which Syrian President Bashar Assad and his support base belong. For the past year he has battled an insurrection that has united a range of opponents, from pro-democracy activists to radical Sunni Muslims.


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Westerners do not understand the Iranian System.

The video below (an example of European & American MSM news) indicates that the American & Europeans had utterly failed to understand the Iranian system? It was their Time magazine's - naming, late Khomeini as a "Philosophical King" according to his Irani constitution - that led me to open up, my inquiry on "political ideas", opened my eyes to the Iranian Constitutions and its developments. 



Now Khamenei is the "King (not monarch)" that plays the role to see the order of things, within the extent & limits of his ideology. Numerous "bodies" such as assembly of experts, expediency council, guardian council - independent and unrelated to the parliament (majlis) is also there to play their roles towards similar end.

Very different from the American experience where their President's role is to administer the country in line with entertaining and advancing the interests - whims, desires and fancies of the ruling class exemplified by the bankers, wall street businesses, industrial capitalists and the military industrial complex.


As seen form the video titled :



Iran's major internal power shift 



Tuesday, March 6, 2012

'Israeli spies warn against military strike on Iran' - ex-ambassador

ploaded by RussiaToday on Mar 6, 2012 - Despite Israel's rulers pushing for an attack on Iran, intelligence does not recommend it, Thomas R. Pickering, former US Ambassador to Israel, told RT. It is mutual distrust between Iran and the US that stalls the diplomatic settlement, he believes.




Libya's oil-rich east declares autonomy from Tripoli

Published on Mar 6, 2012 by Euronews - Tribal chiefs and militia commanders in Libya's east have declared semi-autonomy for the oil-rich region. They made the announcement at a meeting in Benghazi. Civic leaders from the area known as Barqa, or Cyrenacia, said they had been neglected for decades under Muammar Gaddafi. The new region stretches from the former dictator's birthplace of Sirte to the Egyptian border. It also holds the bulk of Libya's oil reserves.

 The Benghazi gathering also named a leader of the breakaway region. It decided on Ahmed al-Zubair, a cousin of King Idriss. Zubair is also a member of the National Transitional Council, which opposes a federal Libya. Ministers in Tripoli fear it could lead to the nation's break-up. State television on Monday broadcast footage of a protest against the breakaway. Libya had a federal system of government until it was abolished by Idriss in 1963.



"Progress" in Obama-Netanyahu anual meet:

Benyamin Netanyahu latest quotes from US :
1] "To them, you're the great Satan, we're the little Satan."
2] "We waited for diplomacy to work; we've waited for sanctions to work; none of us can afford to wait much longer."


Former German official: Iran tested bomb in N. Korea

Israeli expert does not discount report that Iran was involved in North Korean atomic detonations.

Ahmadinejad at nuclear ceremony in TehranBy REUTERS
A senior German defense figure said in a report this week that Iran may be significantly further ahead in its nuclear weapons program than public intelligence assessments have so far suggested.
Hans Ruhle, who directed the planning department of the German Defense Ministry from 1982 to 1988, argued that Iran may have been involved in the detonation of an experimental uranium nuclear bomb in North Korea in 2010.

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Obama Meets Netanyahu :" the nuclear state issue?"

Uploaded by TheRealNews on Mar 5, 2012 - Phyllis Bennis: Obama distances US from Netanyahu's rhetoric and prepares for 2012 elections.





.. the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) Ads.

Monday, March 5, 2012

US prepares to refuel Israeli planes striking Iran: Report


F-15 jets being refueled in the air.


Following Israeli calls on the US to toughen its stance on Iran’s nuclear energy program, Pentagon officials have announced preparations for the aerial refueling of Tel Aviv planes that may strike Iran.

 Pentagon officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, disclosed on Thursday that “military options being prepared start with providing refueling for Israeli planes and include attacking the pillars of the clerical regime (Iran).”


 “They include the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps and its elite Qods Force, regular Iranian military bases and the Ministry of Intelligence and Security,” DEBKAfile quoted the officials as saying.

The remarks constitute a public reference by Washington to possible joint military action with Israel against Iran. A Wall Street Journal report revealed on Tuesday that the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other top Tel Aviv officials have put the US President Barack Obama administration under pressure to adopt a more aggressive policy regarding Iran’s nuclear energy program. 

 In a White House meeting on March 5, Netanyahu is expected to press Obama for an explicit threat of a military action against Tehran beyond the regular “all options on the table” mantra, should Iran refuse to abandon its nuclear energy program in the wake of the recently intensified sanctions. Israel’s Defense Minister Ehud Barak has also travelled to Washington where he discussed ways to approach Iran with US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta on Wednesday. 

 The United States, Israel, and some of their allies accuse Iran of pursuing military objectives in its nuclear energy program and have used this pretext to impose international and unilateral sanctions on the Islamic Republic and to call for a military strike against Tehran.

 Iran has repeatedly refuted the Western allegations, arguing that as a signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), it is entitled to develop and acquire nuclear technology for peaceful purposes.


Sunday, March 4, 2012

Horrors of Homs: 'Killing, bloodshed, bodies on the streets'.

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Mar 3, 2012 - Over a hundred foreign mercenaries have reportedly been captured by Syrian government troops after regaining control of rebel-held areas in the city of Homs.

Sources say the majority of them are French, with the rest from several Arab countries.

Syrian authorities claim that life in the city that's been under siege for almost a month is getting back to normal, but, as RT's Maria Finoshina reports, there are serious fears the fighting is far from over.

Residents of Homs and eyewitness say horrific scenes of carnage have become a part of everyday life there. RT spoke to a Russian woman who spent over a week in the embattled city - who says the picture painted by the media does not always match the reality.




Saturday, March 3, 2012

To bomb or not to bomb?

US schizo over Iran attack.

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Mar 3, 2012 - The world's largest pro-Israeli lobby - AIPEC - is gathering in Washington this weekend to put more pressure on Barack Obama over attacking Iran. With the Jewish state intensifying war rhetoric, threatening military action against the Islamic Republic, the US has been accused of being ambiguous on the matter. RT's Gayane Chichakyan reports on the conflicting pressures on Obama - from those for and against war.




Friday, March 2, 2012

10 Ways AIPAC Undermines Democracy at Home and in the Middle East.

AIPAC has tremendous clout but its influence has been disastrous for U.S. foreign policy and U.S. democracy. Here are ten reasons why AIPAC is so dangerous.
Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is one of the most powerful lobby organizations in the country. On March 4-6, AIPAC will be holding its annual policy conference in Washington DC. The speakers include Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, U.S. President Barack Obama, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta, Republican candidate Newt Gingrich and a host of other powerful politicians.

AIPAC has tremendous clout but its influence has been disastrous for U.S. foreign policy and U.S. democracy. Here are ten reasons why AIPAC is so dangerous.
1. AIPAC is lobbying Congress to promote a military confrontation with Iran. AIPAC – like the Israeli government – is demanding that the U.S. attack Iran militarily to prevent Iran from having the technological capacity to produce nuclear weapons, even though U.S. officials say Iran isn’t trying to build a weapon (and even though Israel has hundreds of undeclared nuclear weapons). AIPAC has successfully lobbied the U.S. government to adopt crippling economic sanctions on Iran, including trying to cut off Iran’s oil exports, despite the fact that these sanctions raise the price of gas and threaten the U.S. economy.

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Thursday, March 1, 2012

US Total War: 'Martial law at home, hawks over Iran'

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Mar 1, 2012 - Controversial detentions could soon be commonplace in the U.S. - with the National Defense Authorisation Act coming into effect this Thursday. The law, that many fear spells the end of American democracy, grants the government and the military unprecedented powers to detain US citizens indefinitely, without trial. All this is happening against the backdrop of ramped up anti-Iranian rhetoric from Washington. Film director Sean Stone, who recently made headlines for publicly embracing Islam, has told RT the timing is no coincidence.


Homs: Rebels flee, French troops captured by army

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Mar 1, 2012 - Syrian opposition forces say they've withdrawn from a key neighborhood in the embattled city of Homs. Government forces have been trying to take over the area, saying it's used as a base by armed militants. All this while the country waits for the arrival of Kofi Annan, the new UN and Arab League envoy, who's vowed to stop the killing and start dialogue.

RT's Maria Finoshina reports from from in Damascus.

Camil Otrakji, a contributing editor with online magazine Syria Comment , says the desire of some foreign states to push for President Assad's departure could hamper Kofi Annan's mediating mission.