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Must Watch–Iran Bashing, Terrorism and Who Chose The Chosen People, Anyway?

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A must watch -- this superb video by the honorable Mr. Anthony Lawson. We have been awaiting a new video from this man of morals for some time. Well done, and thank you Mr. Lawson. We shall distribute this video. We ask everyone who watches this video to post it on their

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Pakistan Media Corrupted Starting 2010 the Obama administration made plans to spend nearly $50 million on Pakistani media to reverse anti-American sentiments. This has done wonders as one sees the erstwhile hostile (anti US policy)TV anchors changed like chameleon changes its colours. In the perception of many Pakistanis,the card being played right now by US esta

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Dalit Rights Activists Enraged at Indian delegations At The United Nations

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Press Release (NCDHR): (Geneva, May 24, 2012) Dalit rights activists gathered in Geneva are disappointed at the Indian delegation's immediate response to the real challenges that Dalits

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DRUG-FINANCED SALAFI JIHADISM: The Afghan Drug Trade, A Threat to Russia and U.S.-Russian Relations

  0 comments   |     by Prof. Peter Dale Scott

I wish to thank the organizers of this conference for the chance to speak about the acute problem of the Afghan drug traffic, a current threat to both Russia and U.S.-Russian relations. I will discuss today the deep political perspective of my book Drugs, Oil, and War, which looks at factors underlying the international drug traffic and also U.S. interventions harmful to the interests of both t

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Pakistan Media Corrupted Starting 2010 the Obama administration made plans to spend nearly $50 million on Pakistani media to reverse anti-America

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Dalit Rights Activists Enraged at Indian delegations At The United Nations

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Press Release (NCDHR): (Geneva, May 24, 2012) Dalit rights

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DRUG-FINANCED SALAFI JIHADISM: The Afghan Drug Trade, A Threat to Russia and U.S.-Russian Relations

  0 comments   |     by Prof. Peter Dale Scott

I wish to thank the organizers of this conference for the chance to speak about the acute problem of the Afghan drug traffic, a current threat to both Russia and U.S.-Russian relations. I will discuss today the deep political perspective of my book Drugs, Oil, and War, which looks at factors underlying the international drug traffic and also U.S. interventions harmful to the interests of both t

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Emperor Nero and the US

  0 comments   |     by Will Cuppy

It is an American satirist who gets the joke; the bounty of $ 10 million on the head of Hafiz Saeed is no joke. It is violation of all norms of law. As pointed out by the writer: “A bounty presupposes someone who is a fugitive from law, or having been sentenced is absconding or having served a term and on bail has jumped the bail. The Hafiz does not fall into any of these cate

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Multi-layered web woven around Pakistan

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After 9/11, a treacherous plan was collectively conceived by USA, Israel, India, UK and Germany to trap Pakistan. The conniving partners decided  not only to occupy Afghanistan and make it permanent military base of USA for the pursuit of multiple strategic and economic objectives in the region, but also to denuclearize, de-Islamize and Balkanize Pakistan through a sustained covert wa

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How Russia Plays the Great Game

  0 comments   |     by Richard Weitz

Russia is playing a careful balancing game in Central Asia – stirring up worries about the U.S. military presence is just part of the game. America’s Russia policy is still very much driven by Cold War thinking and overthrowing regimes for being too “pro-Russian” is still one of its primary goals. The ill-fated colour revolutions are not forgotten. No

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