Marxist, Atheist, Jewish, Zionist and Prime Minister (wannabe)

9 March 2013 — Gilad Atzmon


Haaretz reported today that  “Britain‘s next Jewish prime minister says he is a Zionist” how surprising. His brother David, was listed by an Israeli official website  as an ‘Israeli propaganda (Hasbarah) Author’.  Reading Haaretz today confirms that ‘Red Ed‘ changed his mind, he is now  ‘Blue & White’. a genuine Zionist Jew. I guess that  the British Labour [Party] is,  once again, an Israeli occupied territory.

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Statewatch News Online, 8 March 2013 (03/13)

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1.    EU: Millions of euros for new police databases in West Africa
2.    EU: Justice and Home Affairs Council: 7-8 March 2013
3.    EU: EUROPEAN INVESTIGATION ORDER (EIO): Nine MSs who proposed the EIO lobby the Council of the European Union for it to be quickly adopted
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VTJP Occupied Palestine and Israel News and Articles 8 March 2013: Sale Of Home To “An Arab” In Akka, Protested By Jewish Residents

8 March 2013 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

Palestinian seriously Injured By Army Fire In Gaza
IMEMC – Friday March 8 2013, Palestinian medical sources reported that a Palestinian youth was seriously injured by a round of live ammunition after Israeli soldiers, stationed across the border, opened fire at a group of Palestinians, working in their lands, east of Jabalia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip. …

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ICH 8 March 2013: Exposed: US Airlift of Arms to Syrian Rebels Through Zagreb’

8 March 2013 — Information Clearing House

US and Europe in ‘Major Airlift of Arms to Syrian Rebels Through Zagreb’

By Richard Spencer

The United States has coordinated a massive airlift of arms to Syrian rebels from Croatia with the help of Britain and other European states, despite the continuing European Union arms embargo.


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New at Strategic Culture Foundation 3-9 March 2013: Venezuela / USA-Race / Resources / Libya / Obama / Empire

9 March 2013 Strategic Culture Foundation

Why US Cannot Forgive Chavez Easily (II)
09.03.2013 | 00:00 | Melkulangara BHADRAKUMAR

The legacy of Hugo Chavez is a many-splendored thing. Venezuela is a country with a population of around 30 million with limited national strength and yet Chavez’s death is being noted and discussed as an international event of much significance… Looking back, Chavez succeeded in his mission to undermine the US influence all over Latin America and he probably succeeded on a scale that even Fidel Castro and Che Guevara in their heyday could not have…

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Hugo Chavez, Humble Man Who Transformed the World By Rick Rozoff and John Robles

7 March 2013 — Stop NATO


He reconfigured the power relationships not only in the Western Hemisphere, but globally, in a way that could not have been foreseen. The head of state of a country that isn’t a tremendously large one, isn’t a tremendously powerful one, certainly not in military terms, but this is a man who made frequent visits to Russia, to the African continent, to the Middle East, to China, who cultivated relationships with the emerging multi-polar world…

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FAIR TV: Hugo Chavez in U.S. Media, Time's Path to Iran War, Keystone XL and the TV Left By Peter Hart

8 March 2013FAIR Blog


This week on FAIR TV: Hugo Chavez was loathed by the U.S. press–and that didn’t change when they reported his death. Plus Time magazine provides a look at the “Path to War” with Iran–omitting a key fact along the way. And the Keystone XL pipeline is back in the news.  But when it came up on ABC‘s This Week, “left” pundit James Carville had a  curious message.

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NYT Debates Hugo Chavez–Minus the Debate By Peter Hart

8 March 2013 — FAIR Blog 

nyt-ch“On Eve of His Funeral, Debating Chávez’s Legacy” is the headline over William Neuman‘s piece in the New York Times today (3/8/13). Funny headline, since there was no one in the Times‘ “debate” who argued that Chávez left much of anything.

Former Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo ticks off the countries that supposedly didn’t follow the Chávez model. A former U.S. ambassador weighs in, talking about how unappealing Venezuela is to other countries. “The intention of Venezuela to be the shining light of the new left has not been realized,” explains a Brazilian professor. He was “a very polarizing figure,” says ubiquitous media source (and walking conflict of interest) Michael Shifter. Continue reading