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Ramzy Baroud: Turkey’s Policies at Crossroads – From Zero-Problems to a Heap of Trouble

Media consensus has been conclusively reached, or so it seems: Turkey is forced into a Middle Eastern mess not of its making as ‘Zero Problems with Neighbors’, once the centerpiece of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) foreign policy, was all but a romantic notion of no use in realpolitik.   Turkey’s “policy’s goal – to build strong economic, political, and soci ...

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Mairead Corrigan Maguire – Press Release

PRESS RELEASE 12th October, 2012 NOBEL PEACE PRIZE 2012 AWARD TO EUROPEAN UNION FROM -  MAIREAD CORRIGAN MAGUIRE, NOBEL PEACE LAUREATE (1976) Alfred Nobel was a visionary who believed in a demilitarized peaceful world.  In his Will he left his Nobel peace prize to those who would work for ‘fraternity among nations’,’abolition or reduction of standing armies’, and ‘hol ...

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Grace Halsell: What Christians Don´t Know About Israel (1998)

Note: This article was written in 1998 by the late Grace Halsell. Sadly it remains relevant today.   Must Watch Video in the end of this post (GW)     May/June 1998 "Washington Report on Middle East Affairs" American Jews sympathetic to Israel dominate key positions in all areas of our government where decisions are made regarding the Middle East. This being the case, is there any h ...

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Philip Giraldi: Why I Dislike Israel

"The Israeli government is a rogue regime by most international standards, engaging as it does in torture, arbitrary imprisonment, and continued occupation of territories seized by its military. Worse still, it has successfully manipulated my country, the United States, and has done terrible damage both to our political system and to the American people, a crime that I just cannot forgive, condone, or ...

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Julian Assange to UN: ‚US Trying to Erect National Secrecy Regime‘ – Full Transcript and Video

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has called on the United States to move from words to actions, and put an end to its persecution of WikiLeaks, its people and its sources. He made the statement during an address to a panel of UN delegates.     Addressing the representatives of the United Nations' member countries, the WikiLeaks founder spoke of the difference between words and actions, praisin ...

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Mahmoud Abbas´ Speech to the General Assembly of the United Nations – Transcript and Video

"I wish to begin by extending congratulations to the President of the 67tu session of the United Nations General Assembly, H.E. Mr. Vuk Jeremic, wishing him all success. I express appreciation as well to H.E. Mr. Nassir Abdulaziz A1-Nasser for his leadership of the previous General Assembly session, and also to the United Nations Secretary-General, H.E. Mr. Ban Ki- moon, for his tireless efforts at the ...

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President Obama’s Speech to the UN General Assembly – Transcript and Video

Mr. President, Mr. Secretary-General, fellow delegates, ladies and gentleman: I would like to begin today by telling you about an American named Chris Stevens. Chris was born in a town called Grass Valley, California, the son of a lawyer and a musician. As a young man, Chris joined the Peace Corps, and taught English in Morocco. He came to love and respect the people of North Africa and the Middle East, and ...

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Michael Moore: „President Romney“ – How to Prevent Those Two Words From Ever Being Spoken

In two months we Americans will go to the polls once again to decide who the president will be for the next four years. We will not be allowed to vote on those who wield the true power in this country. On November 6th we will not vote for the chairman of ExxonMobil or JPMorgan Chase or Citibank or the Premier of China. That day will come, but not this year. Now, I know there are a goodly number of you out t ...

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Stephen M. Walt: How (Not) to Hide the Elephant in the Room

The esteemed CEO here at FP Inc., David Rothkopf, thinksBenjamin Netanyahu has finally killed off the Israel lobby. This step was probably unnecessary, however, because Rothkopf also thinks the lobby never existed or if it did, had very little influence. Rothkopf is surely right in saying that Netanyahu has overplayed his hand in recent months. He is also correct to remind readers that AIPAC and the other k ...

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