Tag Archive: War

Nov 24

Is the French Republic taken hostage?

Is the French Republic taken hostage by enemies and/or allies? the answer is yes, according to Thierry Meyssan the French intellectual specialising in international affairs. In one of his last articles, he points out the difference between the attack made on charlie Hebdo and the last attack on Paris, November 13th -” In January, the …

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Oct 07

Is China set to join Russia and Iran in support of Syria?

“The pro-Assad Al-Masdar (citing an unnamed SAA “senior officer”), said Chinese “personnel and aerial assets” are set to arrive within weeks”, Tyler Durden reported on ZeroHedge two weeks ago. “Beijing has taken decision to take part in combating IS and sent its vessels to the Syrian coast. (…) It is known, that China has joined …

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Oct 07

Chaos is not an accident, it’s the goal

“The political leaders of the European Union are entirely wrong about the Islamic terrorist attacks in Europe and the migration to the Union of people fleeing the war zones”. Thierry Meyssan demonstrates that these are not simply the accidental consequences of conflict in the wider Middle East and Africa, but a strategic objective of the …

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Apr 16

Bomb Iran? Not now: Bomb Yemen

“Bomb Iran? Not now; the new normal is bomb Yemen. But still bomb Iran might be back in a flash. Pentagon supremo Ash Carter confirmed last week “all options are on the table” even if an Iran-P5+1 nuclear deal is finally reached in June. So, for the record, the Pentagon is affirming nuclear negotiations are …

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Apr 16

Dollar hegemony and the Iran nuclear issue

A useful historical compendium of the last two decades is in the article by Peter Koenig on the Information Clearing House website, reminding how the most crucial moves in Middle East, including the last “wars for democracy”, might be strictly related to another war: the one for dollar supremacy in the world. The conclusions are …

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Jun 18

War for growth

“Lack Of Major Wars May Be Hurting Economic Growth”, Tyler Durden reports on Zerohedge, citing an article by the economist Tylor Cowen on New York Times. Economists are not new to such position. Unfortunately, their opinion may rule the world (and seldom it does) with no scientific ground, since they are not considered as scientists …

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