In New York Times, Blue Eyes ‘Wince and Cloud’ at the Terror of a ‘Gentle Loner’

30 November 2015 — FAIR

In New York Times, Blue Eyes ‘Wince and Cloud’ at the Terror of a ‘Gentle Loner’

Robert DearColorado terror suspect Robert Dear, described in New York Times stories as a “gentle loner” and as “imperfect but a good man.”

Many were taken aback to read the New York Times‘ summary of what its team of reporters gleaned from interviewing neighbors of the man arrested for murdering three people at a Colorado Springs women’s health clinic:

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COLDTYPE Issue 108 December 2015 – is now on line

30 November 2015 — Coldtype

COLDTYPE Issue 108 December 2015 – is now on line

ColdType 108Download and read it – free of charge at www.coldtype.net

So, what do we do after the Paris attacks? Will bombing Syria save our lives? Or put us more at risk? Our essays by John Pilger, Fiona de Londras, Peter Certo, and John W. Whitehead delve into the issues involved.

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New at Strategic Culture Foundation 22-28 November 2015

28 November 2015 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Candidates for US Presidency and Their Threats to Russia

28.11.2015 | 00:00 | Brian CLOUGHLEY

The United States chortled with glee about Turkey’s shooting down of a Russian Su-24 on November 24 and the Pentagon called it «a sovereign act of self-defence». It wilfully ignored the fact that even if the Russian pilot had indeed mistakenly violated Turkish airspace there was not, by the wildest stretch of the imagination, the tiniest threat to Turkey…

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Impacts of Turkey’s Aggression against Russia. The “Turkish Stream” is Dead. Disruption of Gas Pipeline Routes to the EU. Russia’s Economy in Crisis? By Prof Michel Chossudovsky

28 November 2015 — Global Research

Impacts of Turkey’s Aggression against Russia. The “Turkish Stream” is Dead. Disruption of Gas Pipeline Routes to the EU. Russia’s Economy in Crisis? By Prof Michel Chossudovsky

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“Regime change” in Ukraine engineered by the US State Department was largely responsible for the collapse of the “South Stream” gas pipeline project. Washington’s intent was to establish a de facto blockade which would prevent the flow of Russian gas to the European Union. 

“The South Stream gas pipeline worth €15.5 billion was intended to pump 67 billion cubic meters of Russian natural gas to Europe annually.

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Seralini’s team wins defamation and forgery court cases on GMO and pesticide research

27 November 2015 — GMOSeralini

Seralini’s team wins defamation and forgery court cases on GMO and pesticide research

On 25 November 2015, the High Court of Paris indicted Marc Fellous, former chairman of France’s Biomolecular Engineering Commission, for “forgery” and “the use of forgery”, in a libel trial that he lost to Prof Gilles-Eric Séralini. The Biomolecular Engineering Commission has authorised many GM crops for consumption.

The details of the case have not yet been publicly released but a source close to the case told GMWatch that Fellous had used or copied the signature of a scientist without his agreement to argue that Séralini and his co-researchers were wrong in their reassessment of Monsanto studies.

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Welfare not Warfare, Don’t Bomb Syria – Sat 28 November / March for Climate Justice / Stop Austerity

27 November 2015 — The Peoples’ Assembly

The next two weekends will see three important events. Please do all you can to get to them and spread the word. 

Protest: Welfare not Warfare, Don’t Bomb Syria – Sat 28 November

syria_1.jpgThe government tells us there’s no money for our welfare state, education and public services but billions can always be found for war. The proposed vote in Parliament on bombing Syria by British forces is likely to take place within the next week. A vote to bomb is more likely following the terrible events in Paris. Yet this bombing will not stop terror attacks. The People’s Assembly is opposed to military response and is supporting the Stop the War Coalition day of action. Protests will take place this Saturday around the country.

Click here to find a protest near you

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Russia-China Relations and the Downing of Russia’s Jet Fighter by Turkey By Prof Michel Chossudovsky

25 November 2015 — Global Research

Russia-China Relations and the Downing of Russia’s Jet Fighter by Turkey By Prof Michel Chossudovsky

US-China Conducted A “Friendly” Military Exercise Less than A Week Before the Downing of Russia’s Jet Fighter by Turkey

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The downing of a Russian jet fighter over Syria’s airspace was undertaken  by Turkey in consultation with Washington and Brussels. Turkey did not take this decision without getting the greenlight from the Pentagon. 

Is this an act of  revenge against Russia for bombing the US-sponsored Islamic State in Syria? 

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Statewatch 24 November 2015: Refugee crisis in the Med and inside the EU (25/15)

24 November 2015 — Statewatch

Statewatch: Refugee crisis in the Med and inside the EU: 24 November 2015 (25/15)

e-mail: office@statewatch.org

See Contents list below and Access as a pdf file here: http://www.statewatch.org/news/2015/nov/eu-med-docs.pdf

New key documents and decision-making by Council of the European Union, European Commission and Agencies plus Commentaries (in chronological order)

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NHS: Jeremy Hunt doesn’t want you to read this

23 November 2015 — 38 Degrees

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is trying to sneak through new NHS plans. [1] The Guardian newspaper has revealed that a key NHS blueprint has been slipped out. Even though the public have a right to comment, the government “has deliberately kept it quiet”. [2] Because of this cover-up, we’ve now got just over 24 hours to flood the Department of Health with messages demanding that our NHS is protected. [3]
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Mastermind of The Bamako Terror Attack Mokhtar Belmokhtar: A CIA Sponsored “Intelligence Asset”? By Prof Michel Chossudovsky

22 November 2015 — Global Research

Mastermind of The Bamako Terror Attack Mokhtar Belmokhtar: A CIA Sponsored “Intelligence Asset”? By Prof Michel Chossudovsky 

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In response to the tragic Paris events of November 13, Central Intelligence Agency director  John Brennan  warned that “ISIL is planning additional attacks… It is clear to me that ISIL has an external agenda, that they are determined to carry out these types of attacks.” (Quoted in Daily Telegraph, November 16, 2015)

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