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#USA Albuquerque #PoliceOfficers Are Charged With Murder in Death of Homeless Man - NY Times

#USA Albuquerque #PoliceOfficers Are Charged With Murder in Death of Homeless Man - NY Times | News in english | Scoop.it

#USA Albuquerque #PoliceOfficers Are Charged With Murder in Death of Homeless Man - NY Times

The shooting last March came after a standoff in which the police said the homeless man had two knives, but in a video recorded by a police officer’s camera, he appeared to be turning away as he was shot.

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#Europe's pillar collapsing? Freedom of movement under pressure in #СharlieHebdo aftermath - RT 2 mn

#Europe's pillar collapsing? Freedom of movement under pressure in #СharlieHebdo aftermath - RT 2 mn

EU is considering amending free movement policy within its borders after Charlie Hebdo massacre.



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#MoreLies #hysteria ▶ #FoxNews suggests Birmingham, UK is a place non Muslims 'do #islamophobie

#MoreLies #hysteria ▶ #FoxNews suggests Birmingham, UK is a place non Muslims 'do #islamophobie

Terrorism 'expert' Steven Emerson states that Birmingham, UK is 'entirely Muslim' and that non Muslims 'simply don't go in'.

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"Freedom" of Speech in France is complete Fakery and Fraud (Angry Chomsky) - YouTube

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#0911 #1109 Declassify the 28 pages - via US Congressman Walter B. Jones - 25 mn YouTube

#0911 #1109 Declassify the 28 pages - via US Congressman Walter B. Jones - 25 mn YouTube

Congressmen Jones, Lynch, and Senator Graham call for the 28 pages of the Joint Inquiry report into 9/11 to be declassified.

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The terrorism hypocrisy by Victor Argo - YourMiddleEast.com #CharlieHebdo

The terrorism hypocrisy by Victor Argo - YourMiddleEast.com #CharlieHebdo | News in english | Scoop.it

The terrorism hypocrisy by Victor Argo - YourMiddleEast.com #CharlieHebdo

We must do different. We must do better."
Terrorism Fear mongering keeps leaders in power, in democracies as well as in authoritarianism. They make statements to please Western backers or domestic audiences. They all call what they do “the fight against terrorism.” Nothing could be further from the truth, writes Victor Argo.
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#USA How White Liberals Used Civil Rights to Create More Prisons | The Nation

#USA How White Liberals Used Civil Rights to Create More Prisons | The Nation | News in english | Scoop.it

#USA How White Liberals Used Civil Rights to Create More Prisons | The Nation

What if the same people opposing mass incarceration are the ones responsible for it?

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What’s the Real Reason #AlQaeda Attacked ‘#CharlieHebdo’? by Juan Cole for The Nation

What’s the Real Reason #AlQaeda Attacked ‘#CharlieHebdo’? by Juan Cole for The Nation | News in english | Scoop.it

What’s the Real Reason #AlQaeda Attacked ‘#CharlieHebdo’? by Juan Cole for The Nation

Editors note: This post first appeared on Juan Cole’s blog, Informed Comment. It is reposted here with permission from the author.

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"A Clash of Barbarisms": After #CharlieHebod Attack, How U.S. Policy in Middle East Helps Fuel Extremism

"A Clash of Barbarisms": After #CharlieHebod Attack, How U.S. Policy in Middle East Helps Fuel Extremism | News in english | Scoop.it
We discuss the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris with the Lebanese-French academic Gilbert Achcar, professor at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. "We have to put all this in context," Achcar says. "The Western intervention, the Western action in the Middle East, has been creating the ground for all this. This is what I called previously the clash of barbarisms, with a major barbarism represented by Western intervention." Achcar also discusses the close relations
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Morgan Stanley Fires Worker Accused of Stealing Client Data #banksters chasing #whistleblowers

Morgan Stanley Fires Worker Accused of Stealing Client Data #banksters chasing #whistleblowers | News in english | Scoop.it

Morgan Stanley Fires Worker Accused of Stealing Client Data #banksters chasing #whistleblowers

Morgan Stanley (MS) fired an employee it said stole data, including account numbers, for as many as 350,000 wealth-management clients and posted some of the information online.

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#Fear of Government #Spying 'Chilling' Writers' Speech Worldwide #Freedom #Surveillance #SelfCensorship

#Fear of Government #Spying 'Chilling' Writers' Speech Worldwide #Freedom #Surveillance #SelfCensorship | News in english | Scoop.it

#Fear of Government #Spying 'Chilling' Writers' Speech Worldwide #Freedom #Surveillance #SelfCensorship

Fear of government surveillance is prompting writers worldwide—even those residing in countries that claim to uphold free expression—to self-censor their works, according to a new report published Monday by international literary association PEN American, leading to a "devastating impact" on the freedom of information.

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When Will Palestinians Learn? Turning to International Law Isn't the Answer — Just Ask America and Israel

When Will Palestinians Learn? Turning to International Law Isn't the Answer — Just Ask America and Israel | News in english | Scoop.it
Throw an old dog a bone and sure enough, he’ll go chasing after it. So it is with “Palestine’s” request to join the International Criminal Court. An obvious attempt by Mahmoud Abbas to try Israel for war crimes in Gaza this year, we are told.
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#PompiersPyromanes #France 'ready' to strike in southern #Libya - @FHollande - Al Jazeera 2 mn

#PompiersPyromanes #France 'ready' to strike in southern #Libya - @FHollande - Al Jazeera 2 mn

France says it is ready to carry out strikes against fighters crossing Libya's southern border, and prevent the flow of weapons to groups fighting in North Africa's lawless Sahel region.

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#UK Why #MI5 does not need more surveillance powers after the #CharlieHebdo attacks - The Guardian

#UK Why #MI5 does not need more surveillance powers after the #CharlieHebdo attacks - The Guardian | News in english | Scoop.it

#UK Why #MI5 does not need more surveillance powers after the #CharlieHebdo attacks - The Guardian

Henry Porter: The terrorists wanted to undermine liberty and openness. But spy agencies need more money, not more more powers

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archive juin 2013 : @JPMorgan réclame des régimes autoritaires en #Europe | Inform'Action

archive juin 2013 : @JPMorgan réclame des régimes autoritaires en #Europe | Inform'Action | News in english | Scoop.it

archive juin 2013 : @JPMorgan réclame des régimes autoritaires en #Europe | Inform'Action

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Adam Shatz: Moral Clarity #IamNOTCharlie #NoSoyCharlie #JeNeSuisPasCharlie

Adam Shatz: Moral Clarity #IamNOTCharlie #NoSoyCharlie #JeNeSuisPasCharlie | News in english | Scoop.it

Adam Shatz: Moral Clarity #IamNOTCharlie #NoSoyCharlie #JeNeSuisPasCharlie

After 9/11, Le Monde declared: ‘Nous sommes tous Américains.’ The love affair was short-lived: as soon as the French declined to join the war against Iraq, American pundits called them ‘cheese-eating surrender monkeys’ and French fries were renamed ‘freedom fries’. When Obama took office, relations warmed, but the tables were turned: the new administration in […]

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Algerian sources warned against attack on #CharlieHebdo offices - Jerusalem Post

Algerian sources warned against attack on #CharlieHebdo offices - Jerusalem Post | News in english | Scoop.it
French ignored Algerian intelligence warning of Charlie Hebdo's attack; British intelligence services: "Al-Qaida is planning attacks in the West."
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#US Senator Elizabeth Warren: Our Populist Agenda - in Her Own Words - Truthout

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Elizabeth Warren: Our Populist Agenda - in Her Own Words - Truthout

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has become the most visible leader of the growing populist movement that is uniting a new majority around an agenda for economic change. But with media visibility comes oversimplified media analysis. For example, a December 24 McClatchy News Service article characterizes Warren supporters as a liberal faction mobilizing “voter outrage” against the banks – as if Americans were not already outraged by the way...

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How Unstable Is the #Saudi Petro-Kingdom? | The Nation

How Unstable Is the #Saudi Petro-Kingdom? | The Nation | News in english | Scoop.it

How Unstable Is the #Saudi Petro-Kingdom? | The Nation

From plummeting petroleum prices to political unrest, it has been decades since the fortunes of the kingdom were so much in doubt.

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#FACTS : #CharlieHebdo Terrorist was Radicalized by Bush's #Iraq War, #AbuGhraib #Torture - Informed Comment

#FACTS : #CharlieHebdo Terrorist was Radicalized by Bush's #Iraq War, #AbuGhraib #Torture - Informed Comment | News in english | Scoop.it
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#FACTS : #CharlieHebdo Terrorist was Radicalized by Bush's #Iraq War, #AbuGhraib #Torture - Informed Comment

Sharif and Said Kouashi, the two brothers for whom the French police are searching, were born in Paris of Algerian parents, Mokhtar et Freiha Méguireche, according to a profile published by Le Monde. Said was born in 1980. Sharif was born in 1982. The brothers were poor and unemployed. Sharif did not finish school. The Kouashi brothers sometimes delivered pizza to make a little money. They were involved in petty crime as teenagers.

Then in early 2003 at the age of 20, Sharif Kouashi and his brother Said started attending the al-Da`wa Mosque in the Stalingrad quarter. They had showed up with long hair, smoking, and lots of bad habits. The mosque gave them a sense of purpose. Sharif told his later lawyer, “Before, I was a delinquent.”

One member of the congregation at the al-Da`wa Mosque was Farid Benyettou. He was only a year older than Sharif, but was learned in Muslim texts, and taught informal classes at his apartment after prayers at the mosque. The boys began spending time with Benyettou. They stopped smoking, stopped getting high. At his apartment, Benyettou took them on the internet, and showed them images from Bush’s invasion and occupation of Iraq. Sharif said, “It was everything I saw on the television, the torture at Abu Ghraib prison, all that, which motivated me.”

Benyettou ran a recruitment ring targeting young French Muslims that sent them to fight US troops in Iraq. They jogged in a park to get in shape and got rudimentary training in how to handle a Kalashnikov semi-automatic. They would tell their families that they were going to study in Syria. And they would spend some time in hard line Salafi schools. But then they would slip across the border into Iraq.

Sharif was about to go to Iraq in 2005, himself, to fight Bush’s troops there (which he saw as aggressive foreign occupiers), but he and a friend were arrested and interrogated by the French police.

In 2008 he and three others were tried as members of the 19th Arondissement Cell, on charges of funneling a dozen young French Muslims into Iraq from 2003 to 2005 (one ended up in Falluja). They typically joined al-Qaeda in Mesopotamia, then headed by the Jordanian Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. There had been no al-Qaeda in Iraq under Saddam Hussein, whose secret police issued an APB for Zarqawi in summer, 2002. Bush’s invasion and occupation led to the founding of ‘al-Qaeda in Mesopotamia.’

Sharif Kouashi was sentenced to 3 years but only served about 18 months.

When he got out, Sharif Kouashi became involved around 2010 in a plot to break Ismail Ait Ali Belqasim, a notorious Muslim fundamentalist, out of prison. Belqasim was a member of the Algerian Armed Islamic Group, an al-Qaeda affiliate that Usama Bin Laden supported from Sudan, and was responsible for a 1995 bombing of the French Metro (subway).

At some point after 2011, the Kouashi brothers went to Syria to fight the regime of Bashar al-Assad (which the French government also said it wanted to see overthrown). They are said to have returned this summer. Given their past with Zarqawi, they might have been fighting for Daesh (ISIS or ISIL). But since it was kicked out of al-Qaeda, it is also possible that they fought with another group, perhaps Jabhat al-Nusra, the main al-Qaeda affiliate in Syria.

They also may have had experience in, or contacts in, Yemen. Sharif told someone at the scene of the crime that it was done by ‘al-Qaeda in Yemen.’ That would be al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, the most active affiliate in attempting to pull off operations in the West. It was behind the 2009 underwear bombing attempt over Detroit.

Without Bush’s invasion and occupation of Iraq, it is not at all clear that Sharif Kouachi would have gotten involved in fundamentalist vigilanteism. And if he hadn’t, he would not have gone on to be a point man in murdering out the staff of Charlie Hebdo along with two policemen.

Iraq is a major Arab, Muslim country. Its capital, Baghdad, is special to Sunni Muslims because the Abbasid empire built it and ruled from it. Having American troops occupy it for 8 years, humiliate its citizens, shoot people at checkpoints, and torture people in military prisons was a very bad idea. Some people treated that way become touchy, and feel put down, and won’t take slights to their culture and civilization any longer. Maybe the staff at Charlie Hebdo would be alive if George W. Bush and Richard Bruce Cheney hadn’t modeled for the Kouashi brothers how you take what you want and rub out people who get in your way.

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MI5 ( #UK secret services) chief seeks new powers after #CharlieHebdo magazine attack - The Guardian

MI5 ( #UK secret services) chief seeks new powers after #CharlieHebdo magazine attack - The Guardian | News in english | Scoop.it

MI5 ( #UK secret services) chief seeks new powers after #CharlieHebdo magazine attack - The Guardian

Andrew Parker describes Charlie Hebdo outrage as ‘a terrible reminder of the intentions of those who wish us harm’

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#AgendaAndPropagandaAreServedATable #US Sen #LindseyGraham: #France Attack Shows We're In A Religious War

#AgendaAndPropagandaAreServedATable #US Sen #LindseyGraham: #France Attack Shows We're In A Religious War | News in english | Scoop.it

#AgendaAndPropagandaAreServedATable #US Sen #LindseyGraham: #France Attack Shows We're In A Religious War

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), one of the first American politicians to comment on Wednesday's shooting at the Paris office of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, explained the attack as the latest episode in a clash between two irreconcilable cultures...

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▶ Secrets for Sale at Slur: '#Whistleblowers should be paid for risks' - RT - 1:30

▶ Secrets for Sale at Slur: '#Whistleblowers should be paid for risks' - RT - 1:30

Leaking top-secret information and staying anonymous is hard enough. But what about making profit of it? Well, it might be easier then you think. An anonymous online bitcoin marketplace will open soon, where registered users can put up for sale all types of information. And whoever bids the most, wins it...

RT talked to Thom Lauret, one of the project's developers, to hear why he thinks classified data is valuable in more ways than one...

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Why #JeffreySterling Deserves Support as a @CIA #Whistleblower - #USA repression against Truth

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Why #JeffreySterling Deserves Support as a @CIA #Whistleblower - #USA repression against Truth

The trial of former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling, set to begin in mid-January, is shaping up as a major battle in the U.S. government’s siege against whistleblowing. With its use of the Espionage Act to intimidate and prosecute people for leaks in “national security” realms, the Obama administration is determined to keep hiding important facts that the public has a vital right to know.

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Dorothy Retha Cook's curator insight, February 17, 2016 7:55 AM

Support the Freedom of JEFFREY STERLING! Any and all help is greatly appreciated! As Justice silenced is Justice denied!  Let our voices say that JEFFREY STERLING still has choice because he may be denied by the government he is not forgotten by us!  His SUPPORTERS!  Please join,  their is power in numbers.  

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#Europe : #Austerity Killing You? How About a Trade Deal? #StopTTIP - CommonDreams.org

#Europe : #Austerity Killing You? How About a Trade Deal? #StopTTIP  - CommonDreams.org | News in english | Scoop.it

#Europe : #Austerity Killing You? How About a Trade Deal? #StopTTIP  - CommonDreams.org

Europe is right on the edge of another downward lurch into prolonged deflation. GDP growth is hovering right around zero. Germany, as an export powerhouse, continues to thrive, but at the expense of the rest of the continent -- victims of German-imposed budget austerity demands. The euro, which keeps sinking against the U.S. dollar, is now trading at just $1.20, its lowest level in four and a half years.

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