Strategic Culture Foundation 6-12 May 2012

12 May 2012Strategic Culture Foundation

Was Industrial Sabotage at Play with Super Jet crash in Indonesia?
12.05.2012 | 07:26 | Wayne MADSEN

Based on past aggressive competitive commercial tactics employed by the alliance of American corporations, the U.S. Intelligence Community, and the Pentagon, aviation experts in Asia are wondering aloud whether the recent crash of the new Sukhoi Super Jet 100 in Indonesia was the result of high-stakes industrial sabotage engineered to protect Boeing’s lucrative commercial and military aviation market in Asia at the expense of a resurgent Russian aviation industry…

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VTJP Palestine/Israel Newslinks 11 May 2012: Nuclear Israel: Image of Apocalyptic Horror

11 May 2012 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

New UNRWA Upgrade Plan To Improve Dheisheh Refugee Camp
IMEMC – Dheisheh, the oldest refugee camp in the West Bank, is set to receive a facelift under a new UNWRA upgrade plan. The UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), is launching a new program to upgrade UN refugee camps’ dilapidated facilities. …

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Information Clearing House Newsletter 11 May 2012: Nuke Mecca: US Military Teaches Officers

11 May 2012 — Information Clearing House

“U.S. Military Taught Officers:

Use ‘Hiroshima’ Tactics for ‘Total War’ on Islam,”

By Noah Shachtman and Spencer Ackerman

“The U.S. military taught its future leaders that a ‘total war’ against the world’s 1.4 billion Muslims would be necessary to protect America from Islamic terrorists”

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A Triumph of the Radical Left in Greece: A Message to Europe By Haris Golemis

12 May 2012 — The BulletSocialist Project E-Bulletin No. 632

The recent electoral results in Greece was a serious blow to the governments of Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy [referred collectively as ‘Merkozy’], as well as to all those arrogant neoliberal parties, politicians, analysts, EU, ECB and IMF officials who thought that the European people can suffer passively and for an indefinite period the extreme austerity policies of neoliberal orthodoxy, which supposedly aim to an exit from the capitalist crisis in Europe.

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