Permalink   By Jason Straziuso The Associated Press NAIROBI, Kenya – The website’s headlines trumpet al-Shabab’s imminent demise and describe an American jihadist fretting over insurgent infighting. At first glance it appears to… Continue reading

Saudi Arabia’s Shiite escalation

Something is rotten in the Kingdom.. Posted By Toby Matthiesen Tuesday, July 10, 2012   The arrest of the Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr in his hometown of Awwamiya in Saudi Arabia’s oil-rich Eastern… Continue reading

380 American Rebels Reported Killed In Michigan Battle

  Posted by EU Times on Jun 11th, 2012 // 162 Comments   A shocking Federal Security Service (FSB) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that last week an “intense” battle erupted… Continue reading

Something About Hypocrisy: Clinton Lies. Again.

How the U.S. Is Fomenting Civil War in Syria  Jeremy R. Hammond June 14, 2012 Under the headline, “Heavier Weapons Push Syrian Crisis Toward Civil War”, the New York Times reports: With evidence… Continue reading

7 peacekeepers killed in Ivory Coast

(CNN) — Seven peacekeepers from Niger were killed Friday in an ambush in southwestern Ivory Coast, and more may be in danger, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said. The blue-helmeted peacekeepers were part of… Continue reading

NATO preparing vast disinformation campaign

In a few days, perhaps as early as Friday, June 15, at noon, the Syrians wanting to watch their national TV stations will see them replaced on their screens by TV programs created… Continue reading

Something about Plan X, Pentagon and military might to cyberspace

By Ellen Nakashima, Washington Post Published: May 30 The Pentagon is turning to the private sector, universities and even computer-game companies as part of an ambitious effort to develop technologies to improve its… Continue reading

Syria: Different Views on the Same Picture or Information War?

You won’t find anything in the West media but accusations of the Syrian government in connection with the Houla massacre. Some, like The Telegraph, refer to a certain Martin Griffiths, deputy commander of… Continue reading

Liberia’s Charles Taylor gets 50-year sentence

By Euronews Former Liberian president Charles Taylor has been found guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity by an international court in the Hague. Taylor was charged for his role in supporting… Continue reading

Massacre in Houla illustrated by BBC

Massacre in Houla illustrated by BBC

Fake photo of Houla massacre published by BBC compromises the whole story