Syria: Only Rebels Benefit from Recent Chemical Attack By grtv

22 August 2013 — grtv

Wildly varying reports have emerged of recent chemical weapons use in Syria, with hundreds allegedly killed in the latest attack.

This comes on the same day that the UN inspectors arrive in Damascus to investigate allegations of use of toxic arms. RT talks to reporter and international affairs analyst Patrick Henningsen. Continue reading

Video: Fracked Up!

6 August 2013 — 21st Century Wire

Journalist Patrick Henningsen interviewed Ian Crane about the drive by vested interests to develop shale gas extraction using hydraulic fracturing in the UK. He speaks about the implications for the environment and the resistance which is building…Fracking’s cast of characters includes the likes of Haliburton, Cuadrilla, Centrica and British Gas, to name only a few. Profits are the objective, and at any cost.

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Patrick Henningsen – Hour 1 – Syria, Snowden, NSA & the Whistleblower Circus

28 June 2013 — Red Ice Radio


Patrick Henningsen, an independent journalist currently based in London, is the managing editor of 21st Century Wire, which delivers news and exposés on intelligence, foreign policy, climate change, the war on terror, technology and Wall Street. In the first hour Patrick talks about the situation in Syria as Britain and France, together with Israel and US support are destabilizing the country. Continue reading

Obama relies on NLP to cloud minds and avoid diplomacy with Iran over its nonexistent nukes By Patrick Henningsen

23 June, 2013 — 21st Century Wire 

Patrick-Henningsen-photoIt’s no surprise that this latest announcement hardly registered on the US media who were busy covering Obama’s latest flip-flop on Syria, and the US royal family’s visit to Ireland. It’s deception on a grand scale this time, and here’s how it’s done…

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19 Year Old Student in Custody: President Obama has already delivered a Guilty Verdict to Suspected Boston Bomber By Patrick Henningsen

21 April 2013 — 21st Century Wire


President delivers ‘executive verdict’ as Feds draft in Gitmo interrogators to handle 19 year old student held in custody

Rule number one for any serious crime scene or investigation is to gather all the evidence and all the testimonies first, before being able to establish criminal charges, let alone deliver any meaningful verdict.

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Mali War Retaliation: World Police Protecting Corporate Interests in Africa By grtv

17 January 2013 — GRtv

35 foreign hostages held captive at a gas field in Algeria have reportedly been killed in the operation to free them. 15 of the captors are also thought to have died, some people are apparently still being held. The local media suggests Algerian forces attacked a convoy of kidnappers and captives from the air. Continue reading

Video: West Uses Terrorists in Turkey to Bait Syria by grtv

4 October 2012GRtv

In a bid to speed up their time tables for Spring 2013, the West and their proxy Turkey are now baiting Syria into a wider regional conflict. Turkey‘s parliament has authorized cross-border military operations into Syria ‘when necessary’ following a casual mortar-shelling incident on the Turkish-Syrian border.

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Syrian turmoil: violence continues as military pulls out — RT

2 January 2012 — Syrian turmoil: violence continues as military pulls out — RT

The head of the Arab League has told reporters that the Syrian government has withdrawn its tanks and troops from cities as part of the league’s plan for peace in the country. But, according to the league, the violence continues.

Nabil al-Arabi said snipers are still present in cities and are shooting at civilians, a fact the league’s monitoring mission finds unacceptable. Talks with President Bashar al-Assad are on the observers’ agenda, but the case may not be as clear-cut as the League hopes.

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The Arab Winter: Violence from a US-backed Egyptian military junta By Patrick Henningsen

21 December 2011 — Global Research

Now that the Arab Spring has come and gone, one of the features of the new Arab Winter is watching how a US/UK-backed brutal Egyptian military dictatorship has become increasingly more violent towards its own pro-reform, unarmed citizens.

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Decline of the West: Blood-lust in the streets of Libya suffices for justice By Patrick Henningsen

21 October 2011 — Global Research21st Century Wire

It appears that Libya’s former leader Muammar Gaddafi may have been handed down his final verdict by NATO rebels, but it’s perhaps an even more bloody awful fate already suffered by a morally detached western civilization.

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After Libya, Syria is Next in Line for a NATO Sponsored “Regime Change” By Patrick Henningsen

23 August 2011 — Global Research21st Century Wire

With globalist restructuring plans for the Middle East and North Africa looking to be nearly complete, one major hurdle remains. After a relatively easy path to victory in Tunisia and Egypt, and with the project to dismantle and re-privatise the Libyan state nearly complete, only Syria remains as the last serious contender for resistance against a globalist effort to dominate the greater region.

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