Monthly Archives: August 2012

Manufacturing Dissent: Manufacturing Dissent is a documentary about the psychological-warfare by the media and political establishment of the west and their allies aimed at facilitating the US, European and Israeli agenda of getting rid of the current Syrian government. It demonstrates how the media has directly contributed to the bloodshed in Syria.

          Veröffentlicht am 31.08.2012 von theliberatedzone Manufacturing Dissent is a documentary about the psychological-warfare by the media and political establishment of the west and their allies aimed at facilitating the US, European and Israeli agenda of … Continue reading

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Marikana miners demand action from South-African President Zuma:Legal representatives of the 270 detained Marikana miners have written to the President Jacob Zuma, demanding that he have them released. They say the State’s move to charge all the miners with murder is “bizarre in the extreme”. “It is inconceivable that the South African State, of which you (President Zuma) are the Head, … can genuinely believe or even suspect that our clients murdered their own colleagues and in some cases, their own relatives.” – Civil society group calls on SA to picket for Marikana miners: A civil society group has called on South Africans to protest murder charges laid against 270 Marikana miners: “We are calling on SA to gather at police stations and ask the police to charge them for murder as well. South African Trade Union: The Lonmin tragedy is the lowest point in South Africa’s democracy. Mines to dominate agenda at Cosatu Congress in two weeks

Marikana miners demand action from Zuma Friday 31 August 2012 18:14 SABC 270 Marikana miners were this week charged under the Apartheid era common purpose doctrine(SABC) TAGS: Lonmin Marikana Massacre Miners Zuma President Mueder COmmon Purpose Legal representatives of the … Continue reading

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XXIV Congress of the Socialist International, Cape Town For a new internationalism and a new culture of solidarity: The agenda includes four key themes: ‘For an economy with jobs, growth and social protection: the social democratic response to the financial crisis’; The struggle for rights and freedoms: strengthening representative democracy and gaining new democracies in the world’; ‘For a common road to peace, sustainability and cooperation: the need to secure multilateralism’; ‘For a new internationalism and a new culture of solidarity among people and between nations’.

XXIV Congress XXIV Congress of the Socialist International, Cape Town For a new internationalism and a new culture of solidarity 30 August-01 September 2012   The XXIV Congress of the Socialist International opened on Thursday 30 August 2012 in Cape … Continue reading

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The United States Starts World War 3!!! Listen to this reflected statement! But it has not to happen, we can stop it, support politicians, who follow the constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and organize yourself in peacemovements and make peacepolicies to one of the main program-issues of occupy!!

Bild vom Krieg in Libyen! My analysis and commentary on the possibility of a Third World War within 10 years and it’s consequences. I talk about the two sides that I think will fight and how each side will try … Continue reading

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John R. Stockwell is a former CIA officer who became a critic of United States government policies after serving in the Agency for thirteen years serving seven tours of duty. After managing U.S. involvement in the Angolan Civil War as Chief of the Angola Task Force during its 1975 covert operations, he resigned and wrote In Search of Enemies, a book which remains the only detailed, insider’s account of a major CIA “covert action.”

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Spanish ‘Robin Hood’: “This is the biggest rip-off in the history of capitalism,” said Gordillo. “The banks created huge amounts of private debt which went toxic. Now they are using public money, taken from the poor, to rescue them. That is what the cuts to health and education are about. “We want to show that this crisis has a human face. People are losing everything – their jobs, their homes, and some don’t even have enough to eat.” “The situation is critical and I think there is now a chance of change. The system cannot resolve people’s problems,” said Gordillo. Him and his marchers cross Andalucía, watched by wary police – Gordillo’s reputation as a modern-day Robin Hood has grown this summer after a series of “workers’ marches” across southern Andalucía saw followers raid food from two supermarkets and hand it to the poor. Flash occupations of bank branches and an empty luxury country hotel have kept his small Andalucian Workers’ Union in the headlines as debate rages about a style of direct action that attracts those seeking radical change to Spain’s current diet of soaring unemployment, recession and harsh austerity.

Spanish ‘Robin Hood’ marchers cross Andalucía, watched by wary police Charismatic mayor Juan Manuel Sánchez Gordillo and supporters meet mixed reactions after supermarket raids Share5 Email Giles Tremlett in Albolote guardian.co.uk, Friday 31 August 2012 13.58 BST Jump to comments (…) Juan Manuel … Continue reading

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In an interview with the pan-Latin American broadcaster Telesur, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says it might take six to 12 months to resolve the issue of his extradition to Sweden. His comments follow an admission by the foreign secretary, William Hague, that “a solution is not in sight” to the row, which has strained diplomatic relations with the South American country. Assange reveals that the whistle-blower website will soon release millions of emails related to the Syrian government.

Julian Assange: I could stay in Ecuadorean embassy for a year WikiLeaks founder believes case against him will be dropped as William Hague admits ‘solution is not in sight’ to extradition row Share15 Email Press Association guardian.co.uk, Friday 31 August 2012 … Continue reading

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