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Blik Op NOSjournaal 13

Blik Op NOSjournaal
zaterdag 7 maart 2015
Blik in gesprek met Peter d'Hamecourt

Financial Collapse Leads To War

Financial Collapse Leads To War 

By Dmitry Orlov 

Scanning the headlines in the western mainstream press, and then peering behind the one-way mirror to compare that to the actual goings-on, one can't but get the impression that America's propagandists, and all those who follow in their wake, are struggling with all their might to concoct rationales for military action of one sort or another, be it supplying weapons to the largely defunct Ukrainian military, or staging parades of US military hardware and troops in the almost completely Russian town of Narva, in Estonia, a few hundred meters away from the Russian border, or putting US “advisers” in harm's way in parts of Iraq mostly controlled by Islamic militants.

The strenuous efforts to whip up Cold War-like hysteria in the face of an otherwise preoccupied and essentially passive Russia seems out of all proportion to the actual military threat Russia poses. (Yes, volunteers and ammo do filter into Ukraine across the Russian …

President Putin 3

Get Vlad! How Putin Blocked the U.S. Pivot to Asia by MIKE WHITNEY “The collapse of the Soviet Union removed the only constraint on Washington’s power to act unilaterally abroad…. Suddenly the United States found itself to be the Uni-power, the ‘world’s only superpower.’  Neoconservatives proclaimed ‘the end of history.'” —  Paul Craig Roberts,  former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury “Don’t blame the mirror if your face is crooked.” — Russian proverb On February 10, 2007,   Vladimir Putin delivered a speech at the 43rd Munich Security Conference that created a rift between Washington and Moscow that has only deepened over time.  The Russian President’s blistering hour-long critique of US foreign policy provided a rational, point-by-point indictment of US interventions around the world and their devastating effect on global security.   Putin probably didn’t realize the im…

Geen Jorwert zonder Brussel 25

Health costs of hormone disrupting chemicals over €150bn a year in Europe, says study Lower IQ, adult obesity and 5% of autism cases are all linked to exposure to endocrine disruptors found in food containers, plastics, furniture, toys, carpeting and cosmetics, says new expert study

 Scientists recommend against pregnant women and children using plastic containers for food, especially in the microwave due to endocrine disruptors. Photograph: Fir Mamat/Alamy
, Brussels Friday 6 March 2015 11.09 GMT

Afghan Opium Record Thanks To USA

Here's how Afghanistan's record opium harvest is flowing to the West MAR. 7, 2015, 7:19 PM52 FACEBOOKLINKEDINTWITTEREMAIL