Politics


BBC are propagandists whose lies have killed people. Their documentaries are made upon request by special interest groups whose narratives are sewn verbatim into what would otherwise look like a “documentary.” With BBC’s name attached, it is hoped, these tissues of lies are then able to gain traction and begin rewriting reality. Their recent hit on Pakistan is not the first time they have been caught peddling wholesale lies dressed up as “documentaries.” Earlier this year, they also cobbled together “This World: Thailand – Justice Under Fire,” where evidence drawn from paid lobbyists of Western-backed opposition leaders and US State Department cables and used to promote Wall Street and London’s corporate-financier interests in Thailand.

Full Story and Videos here…

http://www.activistpost.com/2011/12/coming-war-with-pakistan-video.html

 

Advertisements

A List of 115 Dead Scientists… Assassinated?

Can anyone guess WHY?  Anyone?

http://majortrend.tv/4436/a-list-of-115-dead-scientists-assassinated/

Pak army top general gives troops ok to fire on NATO. Since Pakistan govt and army are notoriously corrupt it remains to be seen if this is more hot air looking for additional US loans to cool down.

Gen. Kayani Suspends “Chain-of-Command” in Case of Aggression

According to the latest news feeds pouring in from Rawalpindi, the Pakistani Army Chief has suspended the regular chain-of-command system and all forward operating units have been ordered to retaliate in case of aggression from the eastern border with Afghanistan. The implementation of this order allows Pakistan Army units based at checkpoints along the Afghan border to retaliate in case of any NATO/US incursions without seeking permission from the military high command.

SEE VIDEOS HERE….

http://www.islamist.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1267&group=LA

UN: Syria now in a civil war with 4,000 dead
http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2011/12/01/un-syria-now-in-a-civil…
‘UK, US devising arms to wipe off races’
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/213377.html
Britain role in Syrian/Iranian standoff
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/213422.html
Hezbollah condemns anti-Iran sanctions
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/213492.html
Venezuela hosts first CELAC summit
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/213501.html
Former Mossad chief: Israeli attack on Iran must be stopped to avert catastrophe
http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=27998
Developing a Casus Belli to Attack Iran: Is the West Hunting for a Pretext for a New War in the Middle East?
http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=27976
Russia: U.S.-NATO Missile Plans Upsets Global Balance Of Power
http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=28008
Africa Lies Naked to Euro-American Military Offensive
The US and its Allies are Positioned to “Take” Much of the Continent
http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=27992

Analysts fear India’s new “China killer” nuclear missile may ignite arms race in South Asia
http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2011/12/03/analysts-fear-indias-ne…

.

 

Organized by Neturei Karta International at UN headquarters in New York. Rabbi Weiss, who heads the group, talks with TRNS.

.

London-based human rights organization Amnesty International has called for the arrest of former U.S. President George W. Bush when he visits three African nations this month.

  • (Photo: Reuters)<br>George W. Bush and Laura Bush arrive at Mnazi Mmoja Hospital to see the government efforts in the prevention of transmission of HIV/AIDS in Tanzania's capital Dar es Salaam

Amnesty cites that as president, Bush permitted the use of water- boarding and other techniques of interrogation on prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, Iraq and other facilities which the group describes as “torture” and a violation of human rights.

Bush is scheduled to tour through Ethiopia, Tanzania and Zambia, where he is planning to raise awareness about AIDS, cervical and breast cancers.

“International law requires that there be no safe haven for those responsible for torture; Ethiopia, Tanzania and Zambia must seize this opportunity to fulfill their obligations and end the impunity George W. Bush has so far enjoyed,” said Matt Pollard, Amnesty’s senior legal adviser, in a statement.

“All countries to which George W. Bush travels have an obligation to bring him to justice for his role in torture,”

Amnesty added: “[We recognize] the value of raising awareness about cervical and breast cancer in Africa, the stated aim of the visit, but this cannot lessen the damage to the fight against torture caused by allowing someone who has admitted to authorizing water-boarding to travel without facing the consequences prescribed by law.”

Earlier this year, Amnesty also called for the detention of Bush during a planned visit to Switzerland over the same charges. That trip was cancelled by the Swiss organizers who had invited Bush — but at the time they claimed it was due to security concerns, not the threat of arrest.

Also, in October, when Bush visited British Columbia to attend an economic summit with former president Bill Clinton, Amnesty made a similar appeal (Bush, however, did attend that function).

In the latest imbroglio, former Bush administration members have attacked Amnesty’s behavior as a form of “harassment” and worse.

“They’ve [Amnesty] been trying to get any country where President Bush and Vice President [Dick] Cheney visit to harass them wherever they go,” former Justice Department attorney John Yoo said, according to Fox News.

Yoo added: “It shows how upside-down the human rights world is, where they’re going after a president who’s trying to save lives — many, many lives. Why? Because they’re upset about the treatment of three al Qaeda leaders in the war on terrorism.”

Brad Blakeman, a former Bush adviser, said that Amnesty’s campaign “could be taken as a call for violence against the president. I think it’s a threat upon … the former president.”

“All countries to which George W. Bush travels have an obligation to bring him to justice for his role in torture,”

Amnesty added: “[We recognize] the value of raising awareness about cervical and breast cancer in Africa, the stated aim of the visit, but this cannot lessen the damage to the fight against torture caused by allowing someone who has admitted to authorizing water-boarding to travel without facing the consequences prescribed by law.”

Earlier this year, Amnesty also called for the detention of Bush during a planned visit to Switzerland over the same charges. That trip was cancelled by the Swiss organizers who had invited Bush — but at the time they claimed it was due to security concerns, not the threat of arrest.

Also, in October, when Bush visited British Columbia to attend an economic summit with former president Bill Clinton, Amnesty made a similar appeal (Bush, however, did attend that function).

In the latest imbroglio, former Bush administration members have attacked Amnesty’s behavior as a form of “harassment” and worse.

“They’ve [Amnesty] been trying to get any country where President Bush and Vice President [Dick] Cheney visit to harass them wherever they go,” former Justice Department attorney John Yoo said, according to Fox News.

Yoo added: “It shows how upside-down the human rights world is, where they’re going after a president who’s trying to save lives — many, many lives. Why? Because they’re upset about the treatment of three al Qaeda leaders in the war on terrorism.”

Brad Blakeman, a former Bush adviser, said that Amnesty’s campaign “could be taken as a call for violence against the president. I think it’s a threat upon … the former president.”

Republican Congressman Peter King of New York, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, also blasted Amnesty.

“If Amnesty International had any intellectual honesty, it would give President Bush a medal to honor him for liberating so many oppressed Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan and for assisting millions of AIDS victims in Africa,” he said in a statement.

Original article…

http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/259775/20111201/amnesty-international-george-bush-arrest-torture-waterboarding.htm

Now United States trying to eliminate their own created groups by imposing war on them in their own country for which they have fought for years and given them a name “Al Qaeda” which never existed before 9/11 incident. More than 2 Million Civilians killed just because of Americas lie of 9/11.

« Previous PageNext Page »