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The Militarization of the Asia Pacific

Chinese naval vessel fire anti-submarine missile during the "Joint Sea-2013" drill at Peter the Great Bay in Russia, July 10, 2013.

Chinese naval vessel fire anti-submarine missile during the “Joint Sea-2013” drill at Peter the Great Bay in Russia, July 10, 2013. Source PLA Daily.

Territorial disputes in the Asia-Pacific frequently result in tit-for-tat war of words and provocation, in a region which sometimes feels like it’s teetering on the edge of all-out-war. The territorial disputes, often viewed by some as China asserting its regional hegemony and by others as US imperialism, have intensified throughout time, as the US pivots towards Asia. Read the rest of this entry »

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A Flagrant Disregard for the Rule of Law

As the last remaining superpower, in a unipolar world, the US will do anything to maintain its hegemony and feels any action it conducts is legitimate, legal and moral due to its superpower status. This flagrant disregard for the rule of law and unparalleled hypocrisy has never been more present. Read the rest of this entry »

 

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How come nobody is questioning the X-Keyscore map?

Many of the locations situated on the NSA’s poorly drawn map, of X-Keyscore’s 150 sites and 700 servers, can be classed as legitimate NSA facilities, in the sense they have been given a mandate to carry out cyber spying by those state’s closely aligned to US power. However, quite a few locations most noticeably in Russia and China open a few question over what activities these locations are conducting. Read the rest of this entry »

 
 

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Malala Yousafzai courageous young woman and perfect Western propaganda tool

Malala Yousafzai a wonderful young girl, who rose to fame through her fearless and courage’s activism, of educational and women rights and was cowardly shot in the head and neck by the Taliban in 2012, recently made an appeal at the United Nations for world leaders to provide “free, compulsory education” for every child. Read the rest of this entry »

 

Deconstructing PRISM: The uses and extent of PRISM and its implications

0001324343452As Edward Snowden tries to escape the long reach of US justice, the full extent of the PRISM program and its intended purpose seems to have become lost in a barrage of US propaganda. The US government and their PR agencies are currently doing whatever it takes to persuade popular opinion that PRISM is for legitimate counterterrorism purposes, vital to US security. While the US government continues to pull no punches in both silencing and prosecuting Snowden, the full scope of the PRISM program has become lost. The very notion that PRISM is a counterterrorist program, and has no alternative, more ominous purpose is a well-constructed deception. Read the rest of this entry »

 
 

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Defaming Richard Falk

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The Zionist organization UN Watch, which is affiliated with the American Jewish Committee and a vehement lobbyist of US and Israeli interests, continues to attack and defame acclaimed academic and UN Special Rapporteur on Palestinian human rights Richard Falk.

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Saudi Arabia and the Dawn of a New Radical Wahhabism

Alwaleed meets the Duke of Westminster

Recent events in Saudi Arabia have highlighted a growing abuse of human rights, increasing Islamic radicalism and a disgraceful treatment of foreign nationals. Even worse these events seem to provide evidence of a growing link between Western government and the Saudi regime, on the wider Middle Eastern foreign policy and guess what! Like normal they are unreported by the Western Press.

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