Greater Albania: a United States project against the Orthodox world? by Alexandre Latsa

4 January 2013 — Voltaire Network

Wednesday, December 5, 2012, the Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha advocated granting Albanian citizenship to all Albanians, wherever they reside. This statement was made during a visit of the city of Vlora where the independence of the Albanian state was declared, only 100 years ago. At the time Albania had just liberated itself from Ottoman rule. Continue reading this...

Institutionalizing Indefinite Detention By Stephen Lendman

012 – Boiling Frogs

Heading America for Full-Blown Tyranny

 Since taking office, Obama authorized numerous police state measures. They follow earlier ones under George Bush. They’re heading America for full-blown tyranny. It’s already a hair’s breadth away. It could arrive any time full force. It’s been wrapped in the American flag all along. Continue reading this...

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Syria Newslinks 19-20 March 2012

20 March 2012 20:39:30 — williambowles.info

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At least 37 killed in clashes in Syria
Voice of Russia, News Today at 20:03
At least 37 people, including two women and two children, were killed Tuesday in Syria in clashes of the opposition with security forces. The greatest number of victims were registered in the cities of Homs and Hama. The crisis began in Syria began over a year ago.

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Book Review By Eric Walberg: Guided missives

15 February 2012 — Eric Walberg

Ard ard (Surface-to-surface): The story of a graffiti revolution
Sheif Abdel-Megid
Egyptian Association for Books 2011
ISBN 978-977-207-102-9

Graffiti — the art of the masses, by the masses, for the masses — has existed since ancient times, with examples dating back to ancient Greece, the Roman Empire, and arguably to Pharaonic Egypt. Sherif Abdel-Megid, a writer who works for Egyptian television, boasts that Egypt‘s revolution and the explosion of popular art that followed it finds its roots in the decay of the Sixth dynasty in Egypt‘s Old Kingdom, following the reign of Pepi II (2278-2184 BC), credited with having the longest reign of any monarch in history at 94 years (Mubarak, eat your heart out). His own decline paralleled the disintegration of the kingdom and it is thanks to Pharaonic graffiti that we know about it. Continue reading this...

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