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Canada, U.S. agree to use each other’s troops in civil emergencies

For ‘civil emergencies’ read civil unrest or popular revolt

Why Nobody Trusts the Mainstream Media

Right next to the ‘bomb’: Shehzad Tanweer and William Walshe

Right next to the ‘bomb’: Shehzad Tanweer and William Walshe

William Walshe was sitting right next Shehzad Tanweer when the alleged “suicide bomber” detonated his bomb on July 7th. Amazingly, Walshe survived. Stranger still, the 7/7 Inquest never even asked for his testimony

Pentagon aide ‘was killed by hitman’ claims distraught widow

Speaking of the police investigating the murder of the Pentagon aide, whose body was found dumped at a landfill site, his widow said: ‘They treated us like criminals, all of us. They just don’t have a clue …I think they wish it would all just go away’

The Law of Return, Again and Again and Again.

Money is a funny thing; not funny hah hah but certainly ironically funny, painfully funny, tragically funny, unintentionally funny, that’s not funny, funny …and unfortunately funny

Davis was CIA’s deputy station chief in Pakistan

Contrary to corporate media reports describing him as a US embassy employee whom the US claims has “diplomatic immunity”, Raymond Allen Davis who killed two Pakistanis last month, was in fact CIA second in command in Islamabad

Labour ‘let in 3 million migrants’

Another of Tony Blair’s legacies: letting 3.2 million immigrants into an already overcrowded island and thereby increasing pressure on roads, railways, housing, schools, hospitals and the general quality of life

Tony Blair and Gaddafi in 2009. Click to enlarge

Cruel. Vainglorious. Steeped in blood. And now, surely, after more than four decades of terror and oppression, on his way out?

The man who helped restore Gaddafi’s standing in the international community (left), deserves to go the same way

18 Sobering Facts Which Prove That The Middle Class Is Not Being Included In This “Economic Recovery”

If there are those among your family and friends that are somehow convinced that the U.S. economy is recovering nicely, you might want to show them the following 18 very sobering facts….

Peter Power 7/7 Terror Rehearsal

Peter Power 7/7 Terror Rehearsal

With the ongoing inquest into the 7/7 terror attacks a correspondent asks: Where and who were Peter Powers’ agents in his mock bombings. Where did they go? Have they been eliminated from the enquiry OR ARE THEY THE ENQUIRY?

U.S. to expand WWII internment camp

Although this is supposedly being done as part of a “federal preservation” program, we suspect it has more to do with readying the camp for new inmates

Qaddafi’s Grip on Power Seems to Ebb as Forces Retreat

The Libyan strongman’s hold looks tenuous as his justice minister resigns and a top general is placed under house arrest after refusing an order to use force against protestors

Revolution on the Water, Revolution in the Air

No peaceful revolution ever gets accomplished peacefully but you can come pretty close. They can’t keep the hallucination machine in operation if you won’t participate. Wiser and more informed minds than my own are required for that end of it. I’m just here to tell you its time

Bahrain – an uprising on the verge of revolution

Robert Fisk reports from Bahrain where protestors are in no mood to back down

Libya: protests gather pace as Gaddafi’s son vows to fight to the end

Fighting spreads to Tripoli as Gaddafi’s opponents take over large parts of Libya’s second largest city, Benghazi

Photo from Fox News showing the "hundreds of thousands" protesting in Tehran

Iran Opposition Protests: Popular Unrest Or Media Generated Mirage?

As widespread popular protests sweep the Middle East observers have watched if it would well up in Iran. Did it?

The Revolution Spreads to Bahrain – Home of U.S. 5th Fleet

The Revolution Spreads to Bahrain – Home of U.S. 5th Fleet

Christopher Bollyn reveals that the U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain is an Israeli national and the son of a Hagana terrorist. How much influence did he have over the recent crackdown in the Gulf Emirate?

American Zionism against the Egyptian Pro-Democracy Movement

James Petras on the Zionist Power Configuration, the Egyptian pro-democracy movement and US policy toward it

Egypt to open Gaza borders in both directions Tuesday

For once some good news for Palestinians

EU farming subsidies for the Royal family must stay secret

An Information clampdown has been ordered on massive farm subsudues paid to the world’s wealthiest landowner: the Queen of England