Wesley Clark: ISIS Funded by Our Closest Allies

Wesley Clark

Wesley Clark

Gen. Wesley Clark: “ISIS Got Started With Funding From Our Closest Allies”

EXTRACT

Far from a spontaneously-arising root-of-all-evil organization, at least according to General Wesley Clark, ISIS was created and funded by our “closest allies.” As the General said: “ISIS got started through funding from our friends and allies… to fight to the death against Hezbollah.” Which friends and allies, he did not say. But he did suggest that it has become a “Frankenstein monster.” Read more.

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Mar 2

Berto Jongman: Open versus Closed Russia — Lite

Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

Russia Under Putin and Beyond: The Annual Russia Lecture

Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Founder, Open Russia

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Mar 1

Owl: Assassination in Russia — False Flag? NeoCon Money & Russian FSB Renegades? WWIII?

Who?  Who?

Who? Who?

Good News and Bad News: WWW3 Will be a Short War

Alexey Navalny, a major opposition leader to Putin, was murdered in Russia, and likely he was a victim of a false flag planned and executed by Western neocons. As Wayne Madsen commented, “Neocons issue their demands for “regime change” in Russia, minutes after Boris Nemtsov is shot gangland-style near Kremlin. This is an obvious set-up like the Politkovskaya, Klebnikov, and Litvinenko murders to embarrass Putin’s government and comes days after release of a Stratfor report predicting the downfall of Putin and the splitting up of Russia into smaller states.

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Mar 1

Chuck Spinney: Balanced Assessment of Ukraine

Chuck Spinney

Chuck Spinney

Jonathan Steele reviews Richard Sakwa’s important new book, “Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands.”

Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands by Richard Sakwa review – an unrivalled account

At last, a balanced assessment of the Ukrainian conflict – the problems go far beyond Vladimir Putin

Jonathan Steele, Guardian, 19 February 2015 05.29 EST

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Feb 26