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Jürgen Rose: Die Medienkrieger – Teil 1

Unter dem Motto „Wacht auf, Verdammte dieser Erde!“ fand anlässlich des 35jährigen Bestehens des Bundesverbands Arbeiterfotografie am 21. September 2013 in Werder an der Havel eine Vortrags- und Kultur-Veranstaltung statt. Zu den Vortragenden gehörte Jürgen Rose, Oberstleutnant der Bundeswehr und Mitglied des Darmstädter Signals. Wir geben seinen Vortrag über die st ...

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Ghali Hassan: The War on Syria and Noam Chomsky

”The West won the world not by the superiority of its ideas or values or religion, but rather by its superiority in applying organized violence. Westerners often forget this fact, non-Westerners never do.” Samuel P. Huntington, 1996, p.51. For centuries, Western imperialism has terrorised the world, using violence to occupy lands and expropriate resources and markets. From Asia and the Middle Ea ...

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Jeremy R. Hammond: A Few Observations on U.S. Policy Towards Egypt

<img class="size-large wp-image-4126" alt="A U.S.-made Apache helicopter (Reuters)" src="http://d10ikykk3ztxb7.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Apache-helicopter-600x346.jpg" width="600" height="346" /> A U.S.-made Apache helicopter (Reuters) Some observations about U.S. policy towards Egypt, mainstream reporting about it, etc. (From notes I’d taken and meant to blog about, but never ha ...

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Thomas Wagner: Krieg um jeden Preis

      Eine medienwissenschaftliche Studie zeigt, wie der deutsche »Qualitätsjournalismus« friedenspolitisch auf der ganzen Linie versagt Von Thomas Wagner, Junge Welt US-Vizepräsident Joe Biden spricht am 2.2.2013 auf der Münchner Sicherheitskonferenz Foto: Tobias Hase/dpa Wie es klingt, wenn jemand auf Biegen und Brechen einen Krieg herbei schreiben will, konnten d ...

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Media Lens: Massacers That Matter (Parts 1 and 2)

Part 1 - 'Responsibility To Protect' In Egypt, Libya And Syria   By David Edwards   The 'responsibility to protect' (R2P), formulated at the 2005 UN World Summit, is based on the idea that state sovereignty is not a right but a responsibility. Where offending states fail to live up to this responsibility by inflicting genocide, ethnic cleansing and other crimes against humanity on ...

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Jeremy Salt: The Guardian of What? The Media and War Propaganda

'Behind the mask of asinine geniality Hague is a warmonger.' By Jeremy Salt – Ankara If there is any comfort in how the Guardian has been reporting the Middle East, especially Libya and Syria, it is that many of its readers, judging from their remarks in ‘Comment is Free’, do not appear to believe or trust it. The Guardian sells itself as the global beacon of liberal opinion. It is ...

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William Bowles: Syria Chemical Weapons Claim- The BBC Just Doesn’t Give Up

Source Cartoon   Evidently, the BBC was not satisfied with the propaganda pieces I referred to in yesterday’s article, so it’s come out with another, equally audacious piece of fiction that reiterates, again without any proof, the same drivel it peddled to us yesterday (and the day before). But what ‘UN’s Angela Kane in Syria urges chemical weapons probe‘ (24/8/13) does is ...

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Richard Edmondson: The Latest Hasbara Eye Wash From Israel

Recruiting Israel supporters to troll the Internet is by no means new. In the above image, Israelis gather in a digital "war room" to post tweets against the Gaza flotilla in the summer of 2011   By Richard Edmondson Last week news came out regarding a program in Israel under which students, enticed by scholarships, would be recruited into “covert units” whose mission would be to ...

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Nima Shirazi: New Study Examines Media Coverage of Iranian Nuclear Program

Late last month, The University of Maryland’s Center for International and Security Studies (CISSM) released an extensive new report examining the mainstream media’s coverage of the Iranian nuclear program and its attendant developments and implications over the past four years. The study, entitled “The Media & Iran’s Nuclear Program: An analysis of U.S. and U.K. coverage, 2009-2 ...

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