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Russia Today : Le ministre syrien de l'Information, Omran al-Zou'bi, guerre de l'information.

Interview le 28 avril 2013 du ministre syrien de l'Information, Omran al-Zou'bi. "Vous n'ignorez pas que des dizaines d'agences d'information et de chaînes d...
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Dr. Jaafari Defaces Hypocrites in Their Faces at the UNSC

Dr. Jaafari Defaces Hypocrites in Their Faces at the UNSC | Global politics | Scoop.it
Since the very beginning of the Syrian Crisis, the western countries and their regional stooges work...
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Al Nusrah Front celebrates 9/11 attacks in new video

Al Nusrah Front celebrates 9/11 attacks in new video | Global politics | Scoop.it
The Al Nusrah Front, al Qaeda's official branch in Syria, has released a mini-documentary on the jihadists' quest to resurrect the caliphate. Contrary to highly dubious claims that the group was go...
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Is Our Universe a Hologram? Some Physicists Think So

Is Our Universe a Hologram? Some Physicists Think So | Global politics | Scoop.it
Many of the world's leading physicists think that our universe may not be the three-dimensional space our eyes make it out to be.
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Greece and Spain helped postwar Germany recover. Spot the difference | Nick Dearden

Greece and Spain helped postwar Germany recover. Spot the difference  | Nick Dearden | Global politics | Scoop.it
Nick Dearden: Sixty years ago, half of German war debts were cancelled to build its economy. Yet today, debt is destroying those creditors
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Perhaps the most innovative feature of the London agreement was a clause that said West Germany should only pay for debts out of its trade surplus, and any repayments were limited to 3% of exports earnings every year. This meant those countries that were owed debt had to buy West German exports in order to be paid. It meant West Germany would only pay from genuine earnings, without recourse to new loans. And it meant Germany's creditors had an interest in the country growing and its economy thriving.

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A Gang of Wolves Comes for Greece

A Gang of Wolves Comes for Greece | Global politics | Scoop.it
The election of an anti-austerity Syriza government in Greece signalled trouble for the powers-that-be in the European Union. Principally Germany which has no interest in rethinking how the EU operates, since it serves German interests so well, but also the most powerful European institution: the European Central Bank (ECB).
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On the Edge of Default, Greece Requests New Bailout Deal

On the Edge of Default, Greece Requests New Bailout Deal | Global politics | Scoop.it
With a midnight International Monetary Fund deadline, last-minute negotiations between international creditors and the Greek government are developing rapidly throughout the day.  Check back for updates. Update 3 PM EDT
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Greece’s Downfall and Redemption / Sputnik International

Greece’s Downfall and Redemption / Sputnik International | Global politics | Scoop.it
Decades of exorbitant military spending account for Greece’s present downfall under an Olympian-sized debt. European governments and news media portray the problem of Greece’s financial woes as public spending profligacy.
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 The Care and Feeding of a Financial Black Hole    :   Information Clearing House - ICH By Dmitry Orlov

 The Care and Feeding of a Financial Black Hole    :   Information Clearing House - ICH By Dmitry Orlov | Global politics | Scoop.it
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 It's not a real black hole that's made up of incredibly dense matter—so dense that its gravitational field traps even light. It's a fake black hole, made up of everyone's combined greed. It has greed at its core, and fear all around it, and it sustains itself by feeding on fear. If it can continue sucking in people, families and entire countries, it can keep the greed at its core alive, but if it can't, then the greed will also turn to fear, and it will shrivel up and die. And I hope that when it dies all of its brain-damaged puppets will snap out of it, realize how deluded they have been, and go find something useful to do—farm sheep, grow vegetables, dig for clams...

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Greek debt crisis is the Iraq War of finance

Greek debt crisis is the Iraq War of finance | Global politics | Scoop.it
Guardians of financial stability are deliberately provoking a bank run and endangering Europe's system in their zeal to force Greece to its knees
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Rarely in modern times have we witnessed such a display of petulance and bad judgment by those supposed to be in charge of global financial stability, and by those who set the tone for the Western world.

The spectacle is astonishing. The European Central Bank, the EMU bail-out fund, and the International Monetary Fund, among others, are lashing out in fury against an elected government that refuses to do what it is told. They entirely duck their own responsibility for five years of policy blunders that have led to this impasse.

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SONS OF MALCOLM: SYRIZA, DECOLONIAL ANTI-IMPERIALISM AND THE POWER OF 'EUROPE' - 4 NOTES ON GREECE

SONS OF MALCOLM: SYRIZA, DECOLONIAL ANTI-IMPERIALISM AND THE POWER OF 'EUROPE' - 4 NOTES ON GREECE | Global politics | Scoop.it
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Economic Self-Defense and Development Program for Post-Austerity Greece « TARPLEY.net

Economic Self-Defense and Development Program for Post-Austerity Greece « TARPLEY.net | Global politics | Scoop.it
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Cómo hacer que Venezuela parezca una dictadura

Cómo hacer que Venezuela parezca una dictadura | Global politics | Scoop.it
No importa que el Consejo Nacional Electoral convocase a elecciones legislativas para el 6 de diciembre de este año. Hoy en día las formas para derrocar gobiernos constitucionales y democráticos es transformarlos en dictaduras. En la república bolivariana de Venezuela el itinerario ha sido transparente.
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Gunman who killed 38 in Tunisia trained at ISIS terror camp in Libya 

Gunman who killed 38 in Tunisia trained at ISIS terror camp in Libya  | Global politics | Scoop.it
EXCLUSIVE: Gunman Seifeddine Rezgui, 23, went to an ISIS training camp in Libya in March and brought back the AK47 he used to massacre 38 holidaymakers in Tunisia on the beach.
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The gunman's father Hakim Rezgui, said his son was an ordinary football-mad teenager who liked Real Madrid and breakdancing to rap music before extremists changed him.

‘These people ruined my son’s brain with horrid thoughts and ideas, they broke him,' said Mr Rezgui.



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General says next Hezbollah war theater will extend to Syria

General says next Hezbollah war theater will extend to Syria | Global politics | Scoop.it
Northern Command head Aviv Kochavi says shifting security reality a ‘small dot’ in regional trajectory
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Mother Arrested for Letting 7-Year-Old Play in Park

Mother Arrested for Letting 7-Year-Old Play in Park | Global politics | Scoop.it
The local news interviewed the mother, as well the coddling, self-righteous police chief ...
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Crowdsourcing campaign to bailout Greece launched by British shoe shop employee

Crowdsourcing campaign to bailout Greece launched by British shoe shop employee | Global politics | Scoop.it
A British shoe shop worker launched a crowdfunding campaign to help Greece pay back its $1.8 billion IMF loan, which was to fall due Tuesday.
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South Africa: What Discerning Book Thieves Tell Us About a Country's Reading Culture

South Africa: What Discerning Book Thieves Tell Us About a Country's Reading Culture | Global politics | Scoop.it
The catalogue of the Johannesburg Public Library in South Africa contains a poignant entry - "Biko, Steve. Long 0verdue".
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Why I Will Be Voting 'No' in Sunday's Greek Referendum

Why I Will Be Voting 'No' in Sunday's Greek Referendum | Global politics | Scoop.it
Sunday's referendum vote is not about one fiscal detail or another, a bad agreement or one that is less so. In its essence, Sunday's question is about dignity and our lives from this point on.
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EuroZone Profiteers: How German and French Banks Helped Bankrupt Greece

EuroZone Profiteers: How German and French Banks Helped Bankrupt Greece | Global politics | Scoop.it
Alexis Tsipras, the prime minister of Greece, has called a national referendum this Sunday to call the bluff of the European Union and International Monetary Fund who are trying to force his country to accept severe austerity in return for effectively rolling over much of the countries’ debt.
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US Admits Paying Terrorists For Services Rendered In Syria

US Admits Paying Terrorists For Services Rendered In Syria | Global politics | Scoop.it
According to the Pentagon, Syrian “rebels” being trained and “vetted” by the United States are receiving “compensation” to the tune of anywhere between $250 to $400 per month.
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The west has normalised racist wars - but you can’t solve complex problems with 1,000lb bombs

The west has normalised racist wars - but you can’t solve complex problems with 1,000lb bombs | Global politics | Scoop.it
‘Radicalisation’ is our new dirty word in the US and UK, yet radical change is needed. Here’s an idea: stop trying to fix the world with high explosives
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Stocks tumble, yields drop as Greece veers toward default

Stocks tumble, yields drop as Greece veers toward default | Global politics | Scoop.it
U.S. stocks added to a global selloff on Monday as Greece veered toward a default on its debt, while the euro recovered from an early sharp loss to turn higher against the dollar.Greece will not pay
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US To Begin Invasion of Syria | New Eastern Outlook

US To Begin Invasion of Syria | New Eastern Outlook | Global politics | Scoop.it
Unbeknownst to the general public, their elected politicians do not create the policy that binds their national destiny domestically or within the arena of geopolitics. Instead, corporate-financier funded think tanks do – teams of unelected policymakers which transcend…
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Here's What A Greek Default Could Mean For The U.S.

Here's What A Greek Default Could Mean For The U.S. | Global politics | Scoop.it
NEW YORK -- The United States may benefit if Greece defaults when its latest loan payment is due on Tuesday, as this may set the stage for a permanent solution to the country’s debt crisis, some
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“If they vote yes, it just postpones the day of reckoning,” Mark Weisbrot, co-director of the nonprofit Center for Economic and Policy Research, told HuffPost. “The debt is unsustainable and the austerity is making the debt burden worse by pushing the Greek economy back into recession.”

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