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|Press TV||Tuesday, 14 August 2012|
The US-sponsored siege of Syria is part of its attempts to divide Eurasia and maintain its global primacy as a superpower. Washington has no mercy on its friends or its foes either and countries like Turkey and Saudi Arabia will eventually be used as cannon fodder. US strategists want the area running from North Africa and the Middle East to the Caucasus, Central Asia, and India to be turn into a black hole of fighting, ŕ la Brzezinski’s “Eurasian Balkans.”
|Russian RT||Tuesday, 14 August 2012|
|Financial Times||Saturday, 19 May 2012|
|Press TV||Saturday, 19 May 2012|
In an interview with Russia’s Channel One, Berkan Yashar, who is also a Turkish politician, said the US has not killed the al-Qaeda leader.-- On April 27, 2011 Mr. Obama released his FAKE birth certificate and the WORLD started laughing! The Internet was buzzing with the OBVIOUS fake document. In order to stop everyone from laughing at it and making it the next weeks big news Mr Obama pretended to kill Bin Laden that Sunday so that he could shift the focus off himself and onto Bin Laden.
|Moscow Times||Thursday, 26 April 2012|
Based on current projections, the U.S. missile defense system will remain "limited" for another 20 years. It is estimated that during that period the system will lack the numbers and performance characteristics to pose any real threat to the Russian strategic nuclear forces. But after 2030, the growing size and improving performance of the U.S. missile shield will put serious pressures on Russia's strategic nuclear forces.
|Asia Times||Wednesday, 11 April 2012|
But in 2007, the world changed. By 2007, the sheer scale of US dollar liabilities to China led to the opening of a new front. I believe that at this point [...] the Chinese called a halt to US adventurism by using an economic veto - ie mutually assured economic destruction. I believe that energy security is a red line issue for China as much as for the US, and China was prepared to pull the plug on the US economy unless they pulled out of Iraq, and refrain from attacking Iran. The US and Israel have in my view been warned off any physical attack on Iran or other significant oil producers without the consent of China and are therefore restricted to sanctions ... and this is where it gets interesting.
|Washington Blog||Thursday, 05 April 2012|
If we exclude the factor of virtual economy, the U.S. actual GDP is about 5 trillion U.S. dollars in 2009, per capita GDP about $ 15,000.
|Global Research||Thursday, 22 March 2012|
Pablo Neruda's Standard Oil Company poem: Their obese emperors from New York are suave smiling assassins who buy silk, nylon, cigars petty tyrants and dictators. They buy countries, people, seas, police, county councils, distant regions where the poor hoard their corn like misers their gold . . .
|Counter-Punch||Wednesday, 22 February 2012|
According to the Vinogradov memo (to be published by us in full in the Russian weekly Expert next Monday), Anwar al-Sadat, holder of the titles of President, Prime Minister, ASU Chairman, Chief Commander, Supreme Military Ruler, entered into conspiracy with the Israelis, betrayed his ally Syria, condemned the Syrian army to destruction and Damascus to bombardment, allowed General Sharon’s tanks to cross without hindrance to the western bank of the Suez Canal, and actually planned a defeat of the Egyptian troops in the October War. Egyptian soldiers and officers bravely and successfully fought the Israeli enemy – too successfully for Sadat’s liking as he began the war in order to allow for the US comeback to the Middle East.
|Global Reasearch||Saturday, 11 February 2012|
"World bankers, by pulling a few simple levers that control the flow of money, can make or break entire economies. By controlling press releases of economic strategies that shape national trends, the power elite are able to not only tighten their stranglehold on this nation's economic structure, but can extend that control world wide. Those possessing such power would logically want to remain in the background, invisible to the average citizen." (Aldous Huxley)