POLITICS

July 2, 2012
After reading and watching helplessly the recent massacre of minority Burmese Muslims by the Buddhist majority, let not another hypocrite sing that phoney and repugnant 'song' about Buddhists being "peaceful."
In June 2012, hundreds Burmese Muslims have been butchered, and many more injured and made homeless in Burma as a result religious intolerance by the Buddhist majority..



Ramadan Reflects Struggle For Democracy In Muslim World
July 20, 2012 6:21 AM EDT
As the Muslim holy month of Ramadan begins, the Islamic world will have much to reflect upon this year. In Syria, a civil war looms if it hasn't already arrived. In Egypt, a fledgling democracy is being tested. In Afghanistan, a war led by the United States is coming to a dubious end.
For more than 1.6 billion Muslims worldwide, from Mecca to Manhattan, Ramadan is a period of spiritual contemplation and renewal through fasting, prayer and abstinence, but it cannot be separated from the complex realities of the physical world..




Israel to crush Palestinian uprising
Big News Network.com
Sunday 20th February, 2011
"A promise of change was heard from America, but instead, it continued with its automatic responses and its blind support of Israel's settlement building,"
Until now the U.S. has been but a sideshow in the in the upheavel sweeping across the Middle East.
A major risk for the U.S. has been whether the anger and frustration that has inspired the protests that have been unleashed in several Mideast and North African nations would spill over to the U.S. So far that has not been the case.  




Arab lion roaring again
“Just listen to that roar,” urged a CNN correspondent in Egypt, as thousands of Egyptian protesters charged, fists pumped, against hundreds of armed Egyptian security forces.

What a roar it was, indeed. The protests have shown the world that Arabs are capable of much more than merely being pitiable statistics of unemployment and illiteracy, or powerless subjects of ‘moderate’ but ‘strong’ leaders (an acronym for friendly dictators).

The times are changing, and British MP George Galloway’s comment about the Arab lion roaring again seems truer by the day. The Egyptians have revolted in style, and their revolution will go down in history books with such adjectives as “great”, “noble” and “historic”...




Lying Nick Clegg is the whore of Westminster
by Tony Parsons, [Daily Mirror] 11/12/2010
Politicians all say one thing and then do another. This is inevitable. They are caught between the way they would like the world to be and the way that it really is – a degree of hypocrisy comes with the job.

But what Nick Clegg has done is something else.

There is a difference between compromise and stinking ­hypocrisy. There is a difference between being a reluctant realist and a shameless liar..




Blood of innocents on Tony Blair’s grasping hands
[http://www.mirror.co.uk/] By Tony Parsons 4/09/2010
There is something rotten at the heart of British ­politics and it can be traced directly back to Tony Blair.
In fairness, the gurning old Bible-basher was not the first politician to lie through his broken teeth and to feather his own nest. But he is without doubt the first British politician to make well over £20million while doing do...



Gaza is a "prison camp", says British Prime Minister
David Cameron has appealed to the Israeli Government to allow the free flow of humanitarian goods and people in and out of the Palestinian territory.
The UK prime minister, on Tuesday won plaudits in Ankara after attacking Israel for turning Gaza into a “prison camp” and hailing a “golden age” in Britain’s relations with Turkey,..




ISRAELI AND AMERICAN WAR CRIMES IN PALESTINE
[http://www.christusrex.org]
The lasting legacy of the worst U.S. president in history, war criminal George W. Bush, is the widespread acceptance of Zionist American Taliban mentality by the masses of ignorant and functionally illiterate voters of this wretched country. The Zionist American Taliban is the 'unholy alliance' of the super-rich Zionist 'masters of the universe', neo-conservative Jews and Zionist "Evangelical Christians", who have succeeded in replacing the American democracy for the last 8 years with an "IRONFISTED THEOCRACY WITH THE PRESIDENT AS MULLAH AND POLICY AS RELIGIOUS WAR"...



[http://www.presstv.ir/]
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has called for a new world order based on justice and respect where all nations play equal roles in global management. Addressing a meeting of the Asian Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) in Tehran on Monday, the president said decades-long hatred, wars, and economic crises plaguing the world are the result of the current unjust world order...




Blair's troops charity "Blood Money"
[Daily Mirror] 17.08.10
Tony Blair was yesterday accused of trying to "wash the blood from his hands" after he promised to give all the money from his memoirs to injured soldiers.

The former Prime Minister said the £4.6million advance for his book, A Journey, would go to a Royal British Legion centre for wounded troops. But critics said the gesture would not "buy" him forgiveness for taking Britain into the Iraq War.

Mr Blair's memoirs will be published next month and there will be a signing ceremony at Waterstone's flagship bookshop in London.




5 comments:

  1. Dear Viewers
    We are greatfull to WIKILEAKS. America never shall be friend of any country, nor help any country without having interest of America. We must hate them from our soul. World is moving cyclic way, and we are waiting to see fall of America. Wait and see what type of happening waiting for USA,

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  2. I don't wish to see the fall of America, rather I wish to see the Muslim nations to rise.

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  3. Politicians are the son of devils, with some exceptions.
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  4. It has been 37 years since Bangladesh won its independence, but the scars of its war with Pakistan remain. Al Jazeera's Tony Birtley reports from Dhaka about the thousands of women and girls who were raped by Pakistani soldiers and their collaborators during the war of liberation. Some victims of those attacks are finally starting to speak out about the trauma which, up until now, has been largely ignored.

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