More than democracy, Washington wants stability in the Middle East. That means leaning against the interests of the Jewish state. by Robert D. Kaplan [Photo : www.zoriah.net] Not since the days of Henry Kissinger’s Mid-East shuttle diplomacy in the 1970s has America’s foreign policy toward Israel been characterized by such […]

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has announced trade measures against Colombia, amid a growing diplomatic row between the two nations. “These bases could be the start of a war in South America – we’re talking about the Yankees, the most aggressive nation in human history.” -Hugo Chavez Venezuelan President Mr Chavez […]


https://portland.indymedia.org/en/2008/10/381323.shtml author: KL BUSH/ Packs of robots will hunt down uncooperative humans By Paul Marks 22 Oct 2008 The latest request from the Pentagon jars the senses. At least, it did mine. They are looking for contractors to provide a “Multi-Robot Pursuit System” that will let packs of robots “search […]

Source: https://tumeke.blogspot.com/ For anyone who has ever marveled at how they get away with it, this Haaretz article will be a series of revelations. This opaque history (couched as it is “ambiguously” as only the Israelis can) is remarkable: His name was First Lieutenant Jacob Beser, and after he returned from the […]

Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 5 Issue: 137 July 18, 2008 12:00 AM Age: 1 yrs Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Middle East By: John C. K. Daly, Jamestown Foundation A simple, one-sentence Russian language news item published by Russia’s Interfax on July 14 seemingly signals yet another tectonic shift in the […]


Gary M. Burge, The Electronic Intifada, 3 August 2009 Right-wing Israelis demonstrate in Jabal Mukabber after hundreds ransacked the village in occupied East Jerusalem, destroying Palestinian property, March 2008. I recently returned from the Holy Land after leading about 40 Presbyterians from Galilee to Jerusalem. This isn’t new territory for […]

[ … reminds me of a similar more recent war crime that our Government utterly failed to bat an eyelid over … ] guardian.co.uk, Thursday 6 August 2009 10.00 BST One year ago, Georgia‘s leaders ordered a military attack on unarmed civilians in South Ossetia. By any common understanding this […]