The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
On Sunday, June 16, Britain's Independent ran an article by Robert Fisk which reported that even as Obama announced that the U.S.
In its June report to Congress, MedPAC, the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission, finally reported what hospitals and insurance companies have been saying for over a year now, that Obamacare is doing exactly what it was designed to do: kill off the poor.
Is the Pentagon's new Air Sea Battle operational concept a plan for war on China? The Pentagon says no, that the tactics embodied in the concept can be used in almost any operational situation against almost any enemy, even against narco-terrorists in Colombia.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden participated in an online chat hosted by Glenn Greenwald and other members of the staff of Britain's Guardian daily on June 17. What follows are some of the most relevant comments by Snowden.
The protests and broadcasts continue at the ERT, the Greek state broadcaster that was closed down by government fiat June 11. On June 14 the orchestras of Piraeus and Athens performed a solidarity concert in the ERT Studios feature composition by Greece's most famous modern composers including Greek resistance fighter Mikis Theodorakis and Manos Hajidakis.
Contrary to the Obama administration's statement, issued on June 13, Robert Mardini, Head of Operations for the Near and Middle East, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), told the Russian Academy of Sciences at a conference on June 17 that the Red Cross had no hard evidence that could prove either party in the Syrian conflict had used chemical weapons against their enemies.
Documents revealed by the "whistleblower" Edward Snowden show the British and the Americans were intercepting top-secret communications of the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, and others, during the G-20 Summit in 2009. The Guardian, which has seen the documents, also revealed that UK intelligence agency GCHQ monitored foreign politicians and
London's global policy of "bank bail-in" austerity has struck again, at a London bank, in which so far, not depositors but "junior bond creditors" are being turned into stockholders and offered large losses. These include pension and other similar funds.