Harvest of Hypocrisy: Farmers Being Blamed for GMO Crop Failures By Glenn Davis Stone

9 February, 2013 — Fieldquestions.com

Of all the GMO controversies around the world, the saga of Bt cotton in India continues to be one of the most interesting and important. In the latest chapter, reported by the Business Standard, cotton yields have dropped to a 5-year low, setting off a fascinating round of finger pointing.

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Historic Court Case Against the BBC’s Cover Up of 9/11 Evidence

14 February 2013 —  Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth – AE911Truth – UK Action Group

The BBC is being challenged strongly for its refusal to present to the British public the available scientific evidence which contradicts the official version of events of 9/11. Thank you very much to all those who have sent letters to their MPs asking that the BBC be held to account for withholding this evidence that the public must be allowed to see.

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WikiLeaks is a rare truth-teller. Smearing Julian Assange is shameful By John Pilger

14 February 2013 — John Pilger

Last December, I stood with supporters of WikiLeaks and Julian Assange in the bitter cold outside the Ecuadorean embassy in London. Candles were lit; the faces were young and old and from all over the world. They were there to demonstrate their human solidarity with someone whose guts they admired. They were in no doubt about the importance of what Assange had revealed and achieved, and the grave dangers he now faced. Absent entirely were the lies, spite, jealousy, opportunism and pathetic animus of a few who claim the right to guard the limits of informed public debate. 
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VTJP Occupied Palestine and Israel News and Articles 14 February 2013: Israeli government gives convicted murderer 1.3 million for illegal takeover of Palestinian land

14 February 2013 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

HRW: “Israel Violated International Law During Gaza War”
IMEMC – Human Rights Watch (HRW) reported that Israel’s airstrikes against the Gaza Strip in the most recent war on Gaza in November of last year violated International laws of war, as the Israeli army bombarded areas that had no “legitimate military targets”. …

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ICH 14 February 2013: US To Award Medals For Killing Civilians

14 February 2013 — Information Clearing House

US strike kills 10 civilians as Obama touts end of Afghan occupation

By Bill Van Auken

Obama reiterated that Washington intends to maintain a military force in Afghanistan well past the formal date for the US-NATO withdrawal at the end of 2014



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VTJP Occupied Palestine and Israel News and Articles 13 February 2013

13 February 2013 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

360 Detainees To Hold Solidarity Hunger Strike
IMEMC – The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) reported Wednesday that 360 Palestinian detainees will be holding a one-day hunger strike in solidarity with the hunger striking detainees. …

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ICH 11 February 2013: Nationalism Is Our Religion. Its God is the flag. Its prayer is the pledge of allegiance

11 February 2013 — Information Clearing House

Global Assassination Program

US to Expand Murder Program to North Africa

By Joseph Kishore

The preparations to extend the military and CIA “kill lists” takes place amidst proposals to more securely institutionalize the global program of assassination.



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War Crimes and the Global War on Terrorism: US Arms Al Qaeda in Syria, Mass-Slaughters Civilians in Afghanistan By Tony Cartalucci

14 February, 2013 — Global Research

AFP has reported that a recent NATO airstrike in Afghanistan has killed over 10 civilians in an all-too-familiar headline glossed over by the Western media in an exercise of both depravity and hypocrisy. RT’s article, “NATO airstrike kills 10 Afghan civilians, mostly women and children – officials,” notes in particular that up to 11,864 civilians were killed in Afghanistan between 2007 and 2011, and that civilian deaths before 2007 were not even tracked by the UN.

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