The Real Reason for Turkey’s Shoot-Down of the Russian Jet by Gareth Porter

30 November 2015 — Dandelion Salad

The Real Reason for Turkey’s Shoot-Down of the Russian Jet by Gareth Porter by Gareth Porter

The data supports Putin’s assertion that the shoot-down was prepared in advance due to Russian bombing of Turkey-linked rebels in Syria

The United States and its NATO allies offered a ritual of NATO unity after Turkish officials presented their case that the shoot-down of a Russian jet occurred after two planes had penetrated Turkish airspace.

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Video: Interview with NC Heikin, director of “The Sound of Redemption: The Frank Morgan Story”

30 November 2015 — Jazz on the Tube

Interview with NC Heikin, director of “The Sound of Redemption: The Frank Morgan Story”

Download the mp3 here

NC called in from the set of “Boss” where Episode #8 was being filmed.

“The Sound of Redemption” was conceived and co-produced by novelist and jazz fan Michael Connelly

The film is openning in NYC on December 2, 2015 and in LA on December 18, 2015.

Click here for more information about “The Sound of Redemption” 

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“Shooting to Kill” Jeremy Corbyn – The Coup is On By Oliver Tickell

1 December 2015 —  The Ecologist

“Shooting to Kill” Jeremy Corbyn – The Coup is On By Oliver Tickell

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Right wing Labour MPs have launched a full-scale coup against Jeremy Corbyn, and against the members of the party they represent, writes Oliver Tickell. Their plan is simple – backed by mainstream media, to discredit him so utterly that even his supporters turn against him – and elect a new ‘heir to Blair’ leader.

There’s no doubt about it. Shooting to kill is all the vogue.

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Do We Really Want a New World War With Russia? By F. William Engdahl

16 November 2015 — NEO

Do We Really Want a New World War With Russia? By F. William Engdahl

453453444Washington continues making an international fool of herself by her inability to effectively counter the impression around the world that Russia, spending less than 10% of the Pentagon annually on defense, has managed to do more against ISIS in Syria in six weeks than the mighty US Air Force bombing campaign has done in almost a year and half. One aspect that bears attention is the demonstration by the Russian military of new technologies that belie the widely-held Western notion that Russia is little more than a backward oil and raw material commodity exporter.

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