US Troops going to Israel

2 January, 2012 — Whiteout Press

Jerusalem: In one of the most blacked-out stories in America right now, the US military is preparing to send thousands of US troops, along with US Naval anti-missile ships and accompanying support personnel, to Israel. It took forever to find a second source for confirmation of this story and both relatively mainstream media outlets are in Israel. With one source saying the military deployment and corresponding exercises are to occur in January, the source providing most of the details suggests it will occur later this spring.

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Stop NATO News: December 18, 2011

18 December 2011 — Stop NATO

  • U.S.-NATO Missiles In Europe: Potential Threat To World Peace
  • NATO System: U.S. Could Target Russia With THAAD Interceptor Missiles
  • Raytheon Awarded $685.7 Million: New Interceptors For Taiwan
  • New Defense Authorization Act Approves Arms For Georgia
  • Post-Libya Wars: NATO/EUCOM Commander Inspects Warplane Crews In Germany
  • Three Mistakes Will Defeat U.S. ‘Return To Asia’ Strategy
  • Shores Of Tripoli: Panetta First U.S. Defense Secretary To Visit Libya
  • Pakistan: Blockade Of NATO Supply Route Enters 23rd Day
  • Baltic Air Patrols Example Of NATO ‘Smart Defense’
  • No ‘Eurasian Spring’ In Russia

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Towards the Conquest of Africa: The Pentagon's AFRICOM and the War against Libya By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya

7 April 2011 — Global ResearchLife Magazine (China) – 2011-04-01

Global Research Editor’s Note

The following is the English transcript of Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya’s interview with Life Week, a major Chinese magazine based in Beijing.

Nazemroaya was interviewed by Xu Jingjing for Life Week’s feature article about AFRICOM and Libya on April 1, 2011.

The 2008 article cited by Xu Jingjing is Nazemroaya’s “The Mediterranean Union: Dividing the Middle East and North Africa.”


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Global Energy War: Washington's New Kissinger African Plans

Prepared by Rick Rozoff, Chicago, Illinois

Lost amid the national, and international, fanfare accompanying the inauguration of the 44th president of the United States today is attention to the person who is slated to be the latter’s major foreign policy architect and executor, retired US Marine General James Jones.

In nearly identical phraseology that cannot be construed as either fortuitous or without foundation, the Washington Post of November 22, 2008 referred to the then pending selection of Jones as US National Security Adviser in these terms: “Sources familiar with the discussions said Obama is considering expanding the scope of the job to give the adviser the kind of authority once wielded by powerful figures such as Henry A. Kissinger.”

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