Monthly Archives: September 2011

‘Occupy Wall Street’ Day 14

The ‘Occupy Wall Street’ campaign is entering its third week. Thanks to the heavy handed tactics of the New York City police, which, according tothe ‘New York Times’ is law unto itself, the protest has gained worldwide attention. In the US, … Continue reading

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Wanted 174 Israel military for crimes against the ‘Mavi Mamara’

Turkey is not taking Israel’s cavalier dismissal of its call for an apology and compensation to the families of the killed and injured and aggressed by the Israel Defence Force’s special commandos who illegally bordered the ‘Mavi Mamara’ in June … Continue reading

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1100 reasons not to believe Netenyau

Israeli prime minister came to undercut Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas’ call for full membership in the name of the state of Palestine in the United Nations. He proudly thumped his oratorical chest by saying the UN wasn’t the proper … Continue reading

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South Korea’s Grand National Party looking to relax tensions with North Korea in a post Lee Myung bak era?

Bless ‘Agence France Presse’ for venturing where Anglo Saxon wire services tip toe. In a press release from Seoul, AFP makes mention that the Grand National Party which rules South Korea under the hard liner president Lee Myung bak is … Continue reading

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F-16s for Taiwan

Not since Nixon and Kissinger were willing to give Taiwan away to Mao’s China in 1972, to further isolate the Soviet Union, has the US threatened downgrading its willingness to upgrade Taiwan’s defence until now. The US has treaty obligations to … Continue reading

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Sorry Obama and Netenyahu, the UN is the right venue for the Palestinian question

You have to give it to Obama and Netenyahu in their attempts to grossly distort the truth why the UN is the proper venue for resolving the long standing Israeli Palestinian question. The two leaders have engaged in a campaign … Continue reading

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Occupy Wall Street!

On 17 September 2011 the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ began. A heavy police presence, however, kept the hundred of protesters well away from Wall and Broad where the New York Stock Exchange reigns. The protesters–mostly young–took over nearby Zuccotti Park to stay … Continue reading

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