11 October 2013 — RT
[That Human Rights Watch (HRW), a US-aligned so-called NGO, is now accusing Syrian rebels of committing atrocities in Latakia, indicates at the very least, a change in tactics by the US government but don't hold your breath for any kind of lovefest between Obama and Assad. See also NATO's turnaround. WB]
At least 190 people were killed and more than 200 taken hostage by Syrian rebels financed by private Gulf donors in an August 4 military offensive in the Latakia governorate, according to a Human Rights Watch report.
4 June 2013 — The Bullet • Socialist Project • E-Bulletin No. 833
Axmed, a Somalian refugee, has been stuck in Athens for over six years. This is common for most of his friends, as without papers they are stuck. Getting out by themselves requires money for false papers and travel that is beyond them. Axmed told us that he had a brother in Italy waiting for him. Most of his friends had families and friends waiting for them. But not in Greece. They were stuck.
Dead French Photographer was State Department-Funded – Embedded in Syria With Al Qaeda By Tony Cartalucci
25 February, 2013 — Global Research
Further indication of the depraved nature of the West’s campaign against Syria, and the depraved nature of its institutions, methods, and faux-NGOs, vindicating a growing trend of ejecting Western “journalists” and NGO’s from an ever increasing number of nations, it is revealed that a French photographer recently killed in Syria was embedded with terrorist militants in Idlib, northern Syria, and was working on behalf of the US State Department’s National Endowment for Democracy (NED) funded “Reporters Without Borders.”
HLLN 13 January 2013: Your story Haiti, For You: Light and Libation, A Bouquet of Tears | Seismic Shifts – Haiti freestyling to murder Tarzan, Jane & their Uncle Toms
13 January 2013 — HLLN
Recommended HLLN Link: Foreign violence against Haiti is the norm. Haiti struggles on, paying an untenable price, lighting a path for love and justice http://bit.ly/13eKwK3
Felipe Luciano/WBAI interviews Ezili Dantò of HLLN on Haiti, three years after the earthquake. Broadcast on Jan 11, 2012 http://bit.ly/13eKwK3 Continue reading this...
27 December, 2012 — Global Research
As the South-East Asian nation of Malaysia prepares for general elections, distrust of the political opposition and accusations of foreign interference have been major talking points in the political frequencies emanating from Kuala Lumpur. Continue reading this...
19 December 2012 — The Bullet • Socialist Project • E-Bulletin No. 747
What constitutes a dictatorship? Haiti had an election in 2006, which the popular candidate won. It had an election in 2011, which had one of the lowest turnouts in recent history and which was subject to all kinds of external manipulation. Given these elections, is it unfair to call Haiti, a country that suffered 30 years of classic dictatorship under the Duvaliers from the 1950s to the 1980s, a dictatorship today? Continue reading this...
VTJP Occupied Palestine and Israel: News and Articles 11 December 2012: The Civilian Toll of Israel’s Bombs
11 December 2012 – VTJP
Abbas Threatens To Head To ICC Should Israel Implement E1 Project
IMEMC – Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, threatened to head to the International Criminal Court (ICC) should Israel insist on implementing its decision to build more than 3000 homes for Jewish settlers as part of its E1 illegal settlement project in occupied East Jerusalem. …
5 December, 2012 – Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal
Durban — The December 3-6, 2012, World Toilet Summit offers an opportunity to contemplate how we curate our crap. Increasingly the calculus seems to be cash, generating contradictions ranging from local to global scales, across race, gender, generation and geography. Nowhere are they more evident than in the host city, my hometown of Durban. We’ve suffered an 18-year era of neoliberal-nationalist malgovernance including toilet apartheid, in the wake of more than 150 years of colonialism and straight racial-apartheid.
HLLN: Finding the strenght on November 18, 2012 – It takes courage Ayisyen. It hurts unbearably Ayisyen Kenbe la, pa lage | FreeHaitiMovement Nov 18. posts and links
18 November 2012 — Ezili Dantò
Recommended HLLN Link: Remembering the Battle of Vertierres – Nov 18, 1803 the final Haiti battle defeating European slavery, forced assimilation, the slave trade and colonialism in Haiti. (The Haitian struggle – the greatest David vs. Goliath battle being played out on this planet – http://bit.ly/2vqDXL )
15 November, 2012 — +972
A demonstration took place Wednesday night place in front of Defense Minister Ehud Barak’s house in Tel Aviv, protesting the killing of Hamas military chief Ahmed Jabari and the launch of of ‘Operation Pillar of Defense.’ The demonstrators called for an end to the bloodshed and for dialogue between Israel and Hamas. A second demonstration will be held this evening (Thursday); see here for more details. By Israel Social TV. Continue reading this...