The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
On Friday, March 7 Edward Snowden's written answers to questions submitted to him by members of the European Parliament were released. His testimony exposes Obama as a lying dictator and reveals how European nations have been pressured by Obama to degrade their own legal systems to create a police state in Europe.
While various Congressmen lambast Obama for violating the U.S. Constitution and attack his imperial presidency at home, what makes them think that Obama is not violating the Ukrainian Constitution in behalf of the same imperial policy?
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China's official news agency, Xinhua, rips into the pretenses and hypocrisy of the West's adventures in the Ukraine in its commentary, "The West's Fiasco In Ukraine."
As he was meeting with the EU heads of state/government and with NATO in Brussels, new Kiev Prime Minister Arseni "Yats" Yatsenyuk had three deputy defense ministers fired, to comply with an ultimatum posed by the Right Sector neo-Nazis that their forces needed equipment, arms, and ammunition. The fired generals had vehemently opposed that.
General Martin Dempsey, U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, gave a lengthy interview to Judy Woodruff on Friday night's PBS News Hour and delivered a carefully balanced picture of how the U.S.
According to a draft document obtained by Kommersant-Ukraine, the illegitimate government in Kiev is planning to cut pensions by 50% as part of a massive austerity plan.
The vast majority of Greeks registered with the national unemployment office OAED are not receiving any payments. According to the latest OAED data of the 1,062,509 who have registered with OAED, only 174,178, no more than 16.4%, received unemployment benefits in January. Half of the more than 850,000 of these people who are receiving no benefits, have been out of a job for over a year.
The EU knows that some of the people in Kiev are dangerous, and more and more Europeans will be wondering whom the EU is supporting in Ukraine, especially after the leaked tape of Catherine Ashton's phone call. London-based barrister and international law expert Alexander Mercouris told "Russia Today":