Andrew Kreig: Obama Meets Saudi #2 — Pressure Grows to Evaluate Degree to Which Saudis Have Bought Syrian Intervention from a Corrupt US Government

Andrew Kreig

Andrew Kreig

President Obama met with Saudi No. 2 leader, a war hawk, amid growing U.S. suspicions the kingdom funded ISIS, jihad, 9-11 terror and pushes U.S. into more war with Syria. Do administration and Congress kow-tow as too captured to report facts to public?

In DC, Saudis Deploy PR, Pressure To Defend Disputed Policies

Today’s column reports on this Saudi visit as the second segment of our ongoing coverage of fallout from 9/11, the ongoing wars in Syria and Yemen, and the June 12 massacre in an Orlando nightclub by an accused Islamist radical, Omar Mateen, a security guard for a major U.S. contractor, G4S.

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Jun 22

Nafeez Ahmed: Return of the Reich — Relevant to False Flag Attacks

Nafeez Ahmed

Nafeez Ahmed

Return of the Reich

Mapping the Global Resurgence of Far Right Power

The vast majority of far-right groups making election waves in Europe are not merely extremist or unsavoury — they are staunch neo-Nazi groups, with explicit Nazi sympathies and affiliations. Many of the most prominent of these parties even have a direct Nazi heritage that remains little-understood.

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Russia wants to accelerate the resurgence of this trans-Atlantic reconstructed-Nazi movement to weaken, if not fragment, the European Union, and ideally to undermine NATO with a view to strike a blow to US influence in Eurasia.

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Jun 22

Chuck Spinney: Israel, Water, & Palestine

Chuck Spinney

Chuck Spinney

Access to water is one of the most fundamental and least discussed issues underpinning the Israeli – Palestinian conflict (as well as the recurring pattern of Israel’s conflicts with Syria and Lebanon).  Control of the West Bank’s water resources is intimately tied into the growing pattern of the Israeli settlements in the West Bank and, if left unchecked, Israel’s inevitable annexation of Area C (60%) of the West Bank (thereby formalizing the Gazification of Areas A&B).   Water resources are also intimately woven into pattern of destruction in Israel’s siege of the Gaza ghetto.

Most Americans remain unaware of water’s central importance in this conflict. Yet a fair and equitable solution to this issue is a necessary albeit not sufficient condition for ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on terms that do not sow the seeds for future conflict.

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Jun 21