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Testifying before the Senate Budget Committee Tuesday, U.S. Armed Forces Chief of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey faced some questions motivated by political/military idiocy; nonetheless, he repeated his most critical recent statements concerning Iran as a war trigger.
EIR Counterintelligence Editor Jeffrey Steinberg was interviewed last week by The LaRouche Show host Harley Schlanger. The topic was "The Coming Overdue Defeat of the British Empire." Click here for the mp3 audio.
China responded to Hillary Clinton's denunciation of its and Russia's position on Syria, where she labeled both countries "despicable." "This is totally unacceptable for us," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei told a daily briefing.
Repeating the adage that "the dinosaurs didn't have a space program, so they're not here" to help solve the current problems we face, space enthusiast and astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson, is on a national campaign to try to reverse the shocking dissolution of the U.S. space program.
As the Syrians voted to usher in a new Constitution that would end the one-party rule of the Ba'ath Party, the anti-al-Assad regime change crowd crowed for harsher measures. European foreign ministers at a meeting at Brussels on Feb. 27 declared they would freeze the assets of several Syrian government officials and impose sanctions on the country's central bank.
The British Empire is deploying its Israeli assets — including such putzes as Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak - -on a full blitz to politically target Gen. Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, for removal from his post. The British are enraged at General Dempsey and others within the U.S.
Around 89% of Syrians approved a new constitution, proposed by President Bashar al-Assad, in a referendum on Sunday Feb. 26, state television said Monday. Turnout in the referendum was 57.4% nationwide, state television said. Fewer voters turned out in the areas of Rukneddine and Barzeh, where anti-government protesters have recently demonstrated.
A strategy of tension has been launched in Greece. A home-made explosive device was found in a Metro train car at the Egaleo station in Athens on Saturday, Feb. 25. The device was an activated time-bomb, police said on Sunday. An unknown group calling itself Urban Guerrilla War (Antartiko Poleon) claimed responsibility.
South Korean President Lee Myung-bak said today that Iranian and North Korean nuclear standoffs are not on the agenda for the upcoming Seoul Nuclear Security Summit, but moving forward with nuclear power is.