17 February 2015 — Global Research
1. NETHERLANDS: DATA RETENTION: Dutch DPA post-ECJ data retention Bill: “disproportionate infringement of private life”
2. EU: “FORCED RETURNS”: Frontex stats report: 74,262 “forced returns” in last year
3. EU: CJEU: Advocate General (AG): Opinion: person charged with criminal offence can be removed Continue reading
16 February 2015 — Andre Vltchek
Another year, another set of coups that we can expect to be administered by the West.
This year, it is all beginning in February. First the onslaught against Argentina and following that comes yet another coup against Venezuela, and its democratically elected, progressive government.
The coup has been thwarted. Venezuela prevailed!
16 February 2015 — The Wolf Report: Nonconfidential analysis for the anti-investor
1. Paul Krugman, political economist par excellence, meaning of course, he’s the best at being superficial and mediocre, has published a column in today’s New York Times comparing Syriza’s Greece to Weimar’s Germany. Those VIBs, wannabee Howard Stern mini-mes, green reds (and vice-versa), international socialists, Jeffrey Sachs embracers, rebuild the 4th internationalists, all so busy applauding Syria with both hands have yet to cite comrade political-economist Krugman’s column, despite the fact that like Krugman, superficial and mediocre is them at their very best. Apparently, while endorsing a bridge loan is ok for these never-close-to-being Marxists, endorsing a Mediterranean Weimar is a bridge too far.