Amnesty removed the report from their web site ... I kept a Copy of Amnesty PDF. Pls check and see what is Amnesty hidding from you. Ask @Amnesty why they removed the report. Ask @Amnesty why they want by hidding Libya reality? How far they go on Helping Torture as a HumanRight for Libya Rebels? How Torture can become a sport with @Amnesty help.
William Engdahl recently explained how Washington used the corrupt Brazilian elite, which answers to Washington, to remove the duly elected President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, for representing the Brazilian people rather than the interests of Washington. Unable to see through the propaganda of unproven charges, Brazilians acquiesced in the removal of their protector, thereby providing the world another example of the impotence of democracy.
Everyone should read Engdahl’s article. He reports that part of the attack on Rousseff stemmed from Brazil’s economic problems deliberately created by US credit rating agencies as part of Washington’s attack to down grade Brazilian debt, which set off an attack on the Brazilian currency, the real.
Brazil’s financial openness made Brazil an easy target to attack. One might hope that Vladimir Putin would take note of the cost of “economic openness.” Putin 2KillingTheHost_Cover_ruleis a careful and thoughtful leader of Russia, but he is not an economist. He has confidence in neoliberal Elvira Nabiulina, Washington’s choice to head the Russian central bank. Nabiulina is unfamiliar with Modern Monetary Theory, and her commitment to “economic openness” leaves the Russian economy as exposed as Brazil’s to Washington destabilization. Nabiuina believes that the assault on the ruble is due to impersonal “global market forces,” not to Washington’s financial clout.
Nabiulina, an indoctrinated and propagandized neoliberal, is essentially a servant of Washington, not that she is aware of her role as “useful idiot.” She delights in the applause she receives from the Washington Consensus for leaving the Russian economy open to Washington’s manipulation. Being a neoliberal, she does not understand that Russia’s central bank can create at zero cost the money with which to finance productive projects in Russia. Instead, she thinks that the money entering the economy from the central bank is inflationary, but the money entering the economy from foreign sources is not.
The 140,000 inmates in Texas state prisons are reportedly denied access to some 15,000 books banned by the authorities – but it seem convicts can still easily get hold of a copy of Adolf Hitler's racist diatribe ‘Mein Kampf’.
US weapons are being delivered to Jabhat Al-Nusra by governments that Washington supports, a militant commander told the German media, adding that American instructors were in Syria to teach how to use the new equipment.
“Yes, the US supports the opposition [in Syria], but not directly. They support the countries that support us. But we are not yet satisfied with this support,” Jabhat al-Nusra unit commander Abu Al Ezz said in an interview with Koelner Stadt-Anzeiger newspaper from the devastated Syrian city of Aleppo.
According to the commander, the militants should be receiving more “sophisticated weapons” from their backers to succeed against the Syrian government.
“The fight is difficult. The regime is strong and gets support from Russia,” he explained.
Al Ezz said that Jabhat Al-Nusra “won battles thanks to TOW rockets. Due to these rockets, we reached a balance with the regime. Our tanks came from Libya via Turkey, joined by the [BM-21] multiple rocket launchers,” he said.
The government forces have an advantage because of aircraft and missile launchers, but “we have the American-made TOW missiles, and the situation in some areas is under control,” Al Ezz added.
Os mais recentes desenvolvimentos na Síria não são, creio eu, resultado de algum plano deliberado pelos EUA para ajudar seus "terroristas moderados" aliados em campo, mas sintoma de algo talvez pior: os EUA parecem ter perdido completamente o controle sobre a situação na Síria e, possivelmente, também em outros pontos. Permitam recapitular o que acaba de acontecer:
Primeiro, depois de dias e dias de intensas negociações, o secretário Kerry dos EUA e o ministro Lavrov de Relações Exteriores da Rússia finalmente chegaram a um acordo sobre um cessar-fogo na Síria que teria potencial para pelo menos "congelar" a situação em campo, até as eleições presidenciais nos EUA e a troca de governo (esse é agora o evento mais importante no futuro próximo; assim sendo, nenhum plano de nenhum tipo estende-se além daquela data.
[o golpe no Brasil que derrubou a presidenta Dilma em golpe de 'mudança de regime' típico e instalou na presidência um vampiro fantoche dos EUA É UM DOS PLANOS QUE DEPENDE, PARA PROSSEGUIR, DO RESULTADO DAS ELEIÇÕES NOS EUA... (NTs) GO TRUMP!].
Foi quando a Força Aérea dos EUA, com mais alguns 'parceiros', bombardeou uma unidade do Exército Árabe Sírio, que não estava nem em movimento nem engajada em operações intensas, que simplesmente cobria um setor chave do front. O ataque norte-americano foi seguido por ofensiva massiva dos "terroristas moderados" que acabou por ser contida, com dificuldade, por militares sírios e as Forças Aeroespaciais Russas. Desnecessário dizer que, depois de tal provocação, o cessar-fogo morreu.
Os russos manifestaram total desagrado e indignação contra o ataque e começaram a dizer abertamente que os norte-americanos são "недоговороспособны". A palavra significa literalmente "[gente, pessoa] incapaz para acordos" ou sem as competências mínimas para firmar um acordo e, na sequência, honrar o que assinou. É expressão polida, mas mesmo assim extremamente forte, porque implica, mais do que fingimento deliberado, a ausência da capacidade, dos meios morais necessários para respeitar a própria assinatura. Por exemplo, os russos têm dito com frequência que o governo de Kiev é "incapaz para acordos", o que faz sentido, considerando-se que a Ucrânia ocupada pelos nazistas é, na essência, estado fracassado.
Mas dizer que uma superpotência nuclear mundial é "incapaz para acordos" é diagnóstico extremo e terrível. Significa basicamente que os norte-americanos enlouqueceram e perderam os meios morais mínimos necessários para firmar acordos, qualquer tipo de acordo. Afinal, governo que descumpra o que prometa ou tente burlar, mas o qual, pelo menos em teoria, conserve a capacidade para respeitar a própria assinatura em acordos não seria descrito como "incapaz para acordos". É expressão que só é usada para descrever entidade que sequer tem condições mínimas indispensáveis para merecer a confiança necessária para que alguém possa iniciar negociações, porque não cumprirá o que for acordado. É diagnóstico absolutamente devastador
This is a circus quite fitting for a self-described “indispensable nation” where “evil” has been propelled – seriously – to the status of philosophical category.
For the basket of deplorables, and even beyond their circle, the temptation is immense to equate voting for Donald Trump with raising a finger against the establishment.
Ultra-savvy at playing mainstream media for invaluable free publicity, elevating Outrageousness to an art form and being impervious to irony and derision, Trump has been a master at tapping wave after wave of anger against the new liberal elite – including a nomenklatura of crypto-intellectual Ivy league-educated “experts” who could not give a damn about understanding the (real world) consequences of United States Government (USG) policies.
The anger is manifested by declassified blue collars, the unemployed, the functionally illiterate, white trash. Whatever you call them, they are the excluded form the Neoliberal Banquet, not only economically but also culturally.
But this being Trump, a master of self-promotion, the battle is more like Ego against The Establishment.
And it gets juicier when we learn from powerful, discreet New York-based interests – supporters of Trump’s platform – about who’s really winning:
“The Trump campaign is hardly spending any money at all and holding all over. They may use their money in the last month after the debates if Hillary recovers for those debates from what appears to be an attack of Parkinson’s. He has a shot though no matter who wins I predict there will be peace with Russia; the oil price will rise; imports from Asia of military parts will be repatriated and rigging of currencies is over; there will be offsetting measures to stop the flood of immigrants and products under mis-valued currencies. The masters do not lose.”
The “masters” are of course the Masters of the Universe who really run the USG.
And here’s the clincher on how’s in control:
“Both sides are controlled and that explains everything. Lenin said that the way to defeat our opponents is to take over their leadership of the opponent. Look at the Moral Majority which Jerry Falwell disbanded when it became too powerful. Look at Ross Perot who exited when he started making a real dent. Both were taken care of and Ross made money out of it.”
“Their internal lingo for it is the concept of “dynamic silence”. This is a technique by the masters to block out all news coverage of let’s say a Nazi so that he could gain no following. That they could have done to Trump if he were not theirs. Who could have complained? He was just an apolitical real estate operator that no one was interested in.”
The inflow of asylum seekers in Sweden, a country with one of the most liberal laws towards refugees, is putting an increasing strain on the country's police. There are now reportedly 55 areas in the country, where the law is not fully upheld.
Moscow has provided all the data it has on the attack on a humanitarian convoy in Aleppo, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said at a UN Security Council meeting. Lavrov also called for a full and impartial investigation into the incident.
Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, is a controversial character. But there’s no denying the emails he has picked up from inside the Democrat Party are real, and he’s willing to expose Hillary Clinton.
Now, he’s announcing that Hillary Clinton and her State Department were actively arming Islamic jihadists, which includes the Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria.
Clinton has repeatedly denied these claims, including during multiple statements while under oath in front of the United States Senate.
WikiLeaks is about to prove Hillary Clinton deserves to be arrested:
The Reagan administration officials hoped to secure the release of several U.S. hostages, and then take proceeds from the arms sales to Iran, to fund the Contras in Nicaragua.
In Obama’s second term, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton authorized the shipment of American-made arms to Qatar, a country beholden to the Muslim Brotherhood, and friendly to the Libyan rebels, in an effort to topple the Libyan/Gaddafi government, and then ship those arms to Syria in order to fund Al Qaeda, and topple Assad in Syria.
Clinton took the lead role in organizing the so-called “Friends of Syria” (aka Al Qaeda/ISIS) to back the CIA-led insurgency for regime change in Syria.
Under oath Hillary Clinton denied she knew about the weapons shipments during public testimony in early 2013 after the Benghazi terrorist attack.
In an interview with Democracy Now, Wikileaks’ Julian Assange is now stating that 1,700 emails contained in the Clinton cache directly connect Hillary to Libya to Syria, and directly to Al Qaeda and ISIS.
Via The Duran
Here is the incredible transcript:
JUAN GONZÁLEZ: Julian, I want to mention something else. In March, you launched a searchable archive for over 30,000 emails and email attachments sent to and from Hillary Clinton’s private email server while she was secretary of state. The 50,547 pages of documents span the time from June 2010 to August 2014; 7,500 of the documents were sent by Hillary Clinton herself. The emails were made available in the form of thousands of PDFs by the U.S. State Department as the result of a Freedom of Information Act request. Why did you do this, and what’s the importance, from your perspective, of being able to create a searchable base?
Depois da lei da amnistia, a DNIC tem estado a proceder à campanhas de "limpeza e manutenção da ordem", tendendo a evitar que as cadeias voltem a encher-se de ladrões de telemóveis e outros bandidos comuns, alegadamente reincidentes. No dia 6 de Setembro de 2016, recebemos uma denúncia via telefone e corremos para o Chimuku…
If the US launches a military campaign to oust the Syrian government, it would further fracture the country and have tremendous negative long-term consequence for the entire region, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova warned.
“If the US launches a direct aggression against Damascus and the Syrian Army, it would cause a terrible, tectonic shift not only in the country, but in the entire region,” Maria Zakharova said during a talk show, which is to be aired fully later on Saturday and has been cited by RIA.
With no government in Damascus, there will be a power vacuum in Syria, which “so-called moderates, who are, in reality, not moderate at all but just terrorists of all flavors, would fill; and there will be no dealing with them,” the diplomat predicted.
“And later it would be aggravated the way it happened in Iraq. We know that [Saddam Hussein’s] Iraqi Army became the basis of the Islamic State. Everything that both the [US-led] coalition and Russia are fighting now stems from it,” Zakharova said.
Russia and the US are accusing each other over the collapse of the ceasefire which was signed last month, but has failed. The US says Moscow did not do enough to win the trust of rebel forces and to prevent the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad from attacking his opponents. Russia says Washington was incapable of separating ‘moderate rebels’ from terrorist groups and keeping them in check for the truce to take hold.
READ MORE: US had never had ‘Plan A’ for Syria, West a root cause of crisis – Syrian UN envoy to RT
With the collapse of the deal, the Syrian government launched an offensive on rebel-held areas of Aleppo, a city divided between the Syrian Army and dozens of armed groups, including Al Qaeda off-shoot Al-Nusra Front.
The US acknowledged that it had not been going after Al-Nusra Front for months because the terrorists intermingled with ‘moderates’ and the civilian population. At the same time, it accused Moscow and Damascus of war crimes, citing civilian deaths caused by the renewed hostilities in Aleppo.
Russia has voiced concern that the US was deliberately shielding Al-Nusra Front from military action by Russia and Syria, hoping that the terrorist group would help oust the Syrian government. AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to Facebook
Baranov: We would like to ask you some questions on the latest political events: what is behind them, how they are covered and interpreted, starting with Syria. On Sunday the United Nations Security Council held a meeting initiated by the US, Great Britain and France. I was shocked not only by the fact that they again accused us of things we didn’t do, but in an incredibly rude tone that they never used before. For example, the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Samantha Power, even called Moscow’s actions inhuman! What do you think this hysterics is about? Why has it come precisely now?
Zakharova: You are absolutely right to say this is hysterics, but before we talk about Syria, we need to understand what’s going on in the US. The first thing is that the old administration is leaving. The US president’s two terms are behind him. He came to power in an extraordinary way, and the first thing that happened was that he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize — a gage by the world community to behave in a certain way as the president of the country that considers itself the leader of the world. But there are only a few months left for him to do so.
“The first thing he needs to do is try to make a difference in international relations, since the world community gave him this credit, but he has nothing to offer in return. So the hysterics are about him needing to leave something behind. I think that’s why we see all these calls and meetings of the Department of State …
“The second thing is the election campaign. I will not comment on that, although sometimes I’m tempted to, because it is our foreign policy not to interfere in other countries’ election processes. As idealistic and even corny as it may sound, it’s because we respect the people. And we proceed from the fact that this is their choice – it’s neither the choice of the Russian Federation, nor of Russia’s leaders, it’s the choice of the American people. And this nation, which does not have a long history but has been very successful, has a right to its own independent choice.
“Without getting into the specifics of the election, we can lament the fact that the prospects are poor. Russia is always mentioned in debates and statements, with foreign policy a major area of contention, in particular in relation to the Syrian crisis.
“Unfortunately, the most powerful state uses international relations and international venues to solve its domestic issues and political ambitions. We need to face the fact that we are prisoners of this reality.The US needs this show to distract attention from their refusal to fulfill their commitments. They would need to explain the world why the Syrian settlement did not go any further, why efforts made for over a year came to nothing. Representatives of various countries repeat like a set phrase: ‘Russia’. How do they explain that it is Russia that needs to prove the seriousness of its intentions. We’ve already done that by sending our soldiers there.
Who do they think they are to demand proof of anything? It’s they who must do that, having ruined Iraq, Libya, and much of the Middle East, violating every imaginable international law. It is up to them to prove the good faith of their intentions towards Syria, by treating this country as a state, not as a colony or a black hole.”
Baranov: Let’s move to Ukraine. The US again puts all the blame on us, using the same scenario. I have a specific question: today the Dutch released the report on Malaysian Boeing 777 crash in Ukraine, where they groundlessly claim Russia’s guilt. I was shocked when they said they had not yet studied the data provided by Russia, but they consider it invalid.
Zakharova: Of course, that’s disappointing, to put it mildly. We consider it to be prejudiced and politically driven. It’s also important that the evidence available to the Dutch prosecutor includes the materials provided by the Russian government.
Djuma: And they ignore it.
Zakharova: Right, and they also ignore evidence provided through diplomatic channels, as stated in public. We hope that all the data available to the Dutch will be considered, and that the victims’ relatives will not allow the material provided by the Russian side to be ignored. Because we provided exactly what they asked us to provide. It’s terrible to imagine they pain they have been through all these years.
The temptation is irresistible to conceptualize the Clinton Machine’s strategy going into the first US presidential debate; let Donald Trump metastasize into a pretzel. Mission not impossible; in fact, accomplished.
Sniffin’ and slidin’, beepin’ and sippin’, angrily chokin’, even swoopin’ on the mike to choreograph a blow, “Donald” (as addressed by “Secretary Clinton”) fell for every shape and size of bait thrown by a canny, relentlessly focused and rehearsed-to-death, Yale-trained, Lawyerly Mother Superior. Freud, Jung and Lacan must have shed tears of joy in their heavenly pad watching the Ego-unraveling show.
The latest installment of the longest job interview on the planet, played out in a deep blue stage with white stars featuring an American eagle with an – out of place — olive branch, may have qualified as wild, wacky TV at its apex.
Yet on the Donald front it was mostly painful to watch. Stream of consciousness non-sequiturs ruled, as in, “I have a son who’s 10, he’s so good with computers” — running commentary on US cyber-security vulnerability.
But then, from a global public opinion point of view, there’s geopolitics – something that vastly infantilized swathes of Americans consider at best a big, meaningless word. Yet Secretary Clinton herself was keen to emphasize, “words matter”.
So let’s see how (and if) geopolitical words made sense at the Trump/Hillary cage match.
Trump defuses WWIII
Donald demonized mostly China (on trade) and Iran, while Secretary Clinton forcefully demonized Russia and Iran. North Korea and terrorism were also on the cards; thus both sides amply paid tribute to the Pentagon’s top five 21st century “existential threats” to the American eagle.
The US envoy to the UN, who recently called Russia's actions in Syria “barbarism,” is hypocritical, because nothing in modern history is more barbaric than what the US has done in Iraq and Libya, the Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson said in a fiery rebuke.
A prominent Jordanian Christian writer and staunch supporter of Syrian President Bashar Assad has been shot dead outside a court in central Amman which indicted him over sharing a cartoon online deemed “offensive” to Islam and Muslims.
President Barack Obama has vetoed the legislation that would allow families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia. The bill passed unanimously in both the House and the Senate and was met with widespread public support.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg refused to “speculate” on who bears responsibility for the attack on the UN-Red Crescent aid convoy near Aleppo, saying we should “get the facts” first, as he spoke to RT after his meeting with the Russian FM.
Details of Keith Lamont Scott's shooting in Charlotte, North Carolina, are in dispute as protests and clashes break out and police deploy tear gas. Officers say Scott aroused suspicion after being seen with a gun, but others claim all he had was a book.
Although Hillary Clinton has repeatedly denied that she sold weapons to the Islamic Stats while serving as Secretary of State, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange claims he has proof to the contrary. Thepoliticalinsider.com reported: In Obama’s second term, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton authorized the shipment of American-made arms to Qatar, a country beholden to the Muslim Brotherhood, and friendly to the Libyan rebels, in an effort to topple the Libyan/Gaddafi government, and then ship those arms to Syria in order to fund Al Qaeda, and topple Assad in Syria. Clinton took the lead role in organizing the so-called “Friends of Syria” (aka Al Qaeda/ISIS) to back the CIA-led insurgency for regime change in Syria. Under oath Hillary Clinton denied she knew about the weapons shipments during public testimony in early 2013 after the Benghazi terrorist attack. In an inte rview with Democracy Now, Wikileaks’ Julian Assange is now stating that 1,700 emails contained in the Clinton cache directly connect Hillary to Libya to Syria, and directly to Al Qaeda and ISIS.
The so-called moderate rebel forces in Syria have violated the nationwide ceasefire on 23 occasions since it was put in place on Monday, the Russian military says. Six people died in Aleppo overnight while 10 others have been wounded.
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