20 questions regarding the Paris attacks of 13 November 2015 by Elias Davidsson, 15 November 2015 1. The Bataclan attackers came by car they left outside. What became of that car? 2. When did police and special forces arrive to … Read more . . .
Far from promoting solidarity and peace, the OIC has shown itself to be a political instrument serving the geopolitical interests of Washington and its allies in the destruction of Syria and their designs for entrenching hegemonic control over the Middle East. That control is all about exploiting the resources of the region to enrich Western corporations and banks, paying off elite rulers and impoverishing the mass of people.Read more . . .
The deadliest conflict in the world since the Second World War and still raging is happening in Congo and the Western elite and its media couldn’t care less. That alone shows that military interventions are not intended to save lives. To understand why the media focuses on Boko Haram, we need to know what it is and who is behind it. What is the underlying context, what interests are being served?Read more . . .
Macedonian officials have admitted that seven alleged Pakistani militants killed in March 2002 were in fact illegal immigrants shot in cold blood to “impress” the international community.Read more . . .
The ‘Russian Threat’, the ideology driving the US and German offensive throughout Europe and the Caucuses, is a replay of the same doctrine which Hitler used to secure support from domestic industrial bankers, conservatives and right wing overseas collaborators among extremists in Ukraine, Hungary, Rumania and Bulgaria.Read more . . .
Why has so much journalism succumbed to propaganda? Why are censorship and distortion standard practice? Why is the BBC so often a mouthpiece of rapacious power? Why do the New York Times and the Washington Post deceive their readers? These are urgent questions. The world is facing the prospect of major war, perhaps nuclear war – with the United States clearly determined to isolate and provoke Russia and eventually China.Read more . . .
Although appropriating Libya’s financial and material wealth were objectives of the NATO war in 2011, the broader objectives of the criminal war were part of the struggle to control the African continent and its vast wealth. The “Scramble for Africa” was repeating itself. Just like the first time, recession and economic rivalries were tied to this new round of colonial conquest in the African continent.Read more . . .
That the major North American and European organizations that claim to speak for Jews have endorsed Israel’s right to speak for them and have been the major conduits for the hateful racist Israeli Jewish propaganda against the Palestinian people makes them fully complicit in the ongoing slaughter and oppression of the Palestinians. This is especially so given that they openly support anti-Palestinian Israeli colonial policies and urge their respective governments and media to do the same. (We must keep in mind these organizations and their wealthy leaders are not elected by members of the Jewish communities but appoint themselves as their representatives and speak for them in these organizations’ newspapers, which constitute what is referred to as the “Jewish” press.)Read more . . .
http://electronicintifada.net/content/egypts-propagandists-and-gaza-massacre/13662 Egypt’s propagandists and the Gaza massacre Joseph Massad The Electronic Intifada 29 July 2014 Sisi’s “ceasefire” offered a week into the Gaza slaughter was spurned by Palestinians in favor of a valiant military resistance. (ActiveStills) As Israel’s murderous machine … Read more . . .
A recent poll asked people in Britain how many Iraqis had been killed as a result of the invasion of Iraq in 2003. The answers they gave were shocking. A majority said that fewer than 10,000 had been killed. Scientific studies report that up to a million Iraqi men, women and children died in an inferno lit by the British government and its ally in Washington. That’s the equivalent of the genocide in Rwanda. And the carnage goes on. Relentlessly.Read more . . .
War in the Information Age In a 24/7 world, the U.S. isn’t keeping up with its enemies in the communication battle. By Donald H. Rumsfeld DONALD H. RUMSFELD is the secretary of Defense. February 23, 2006 OUR NATION IS engaged … Read more . . .
Crisis management: PR in a post-September 11 environment – Breakfast briefing http://www.amcham.org.eg/Operation/Committees/CommitteesBriefing2002/Marketing.asp#6American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt Weber Shandwick chairman Jack Leslie spoke at a breakfast briefing on June 17 (2002) at the Marriott Hotel about crisis management and public … Read more . . .
Central Asia/Russia COMMENTARY The New Imperialism By Pepe Escobar ISLAMABAD – Joseph Conrad was the first modern writer to fully understand that in extreme situations the distinctions and nuances between civilization and the "heart of darkness" collapse with a … Read more . . .
PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM: Should the administration draw on the propaganda models of past conflicts to communicate the current war against terrorism? Douglas Quenqua – 3 Dec 2001 PRWeek In the weeks after a German U-boat torpedoed and sank the … Read more . . .