The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
"Saif Qaddafi Arrest Could Prove Embarrassing for Tony Blair," Britain's Daily Telegraph headlined a Nov. 20 story on the arrest of Qaddafi's "most trusted son," Saif. And not just Blair, the paper noted, but Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, too, was among the "host of high profile British figures who struck up a relationship with the Qaddafi regime."
In late Summer 1977, I had committed myself to what was to be later named “A Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI)” by President Ronald Reagan...
Russia and Iran discussed expanding cooperation for rail development yesterday at the ongoing Second Russian Railway Conference in Moscow. Chairman of Russian Railways Vladimir Yakunin met with visiting Iranian Railways Department Chairman Abdulali Sahib Mohammadi to discuss connecting Iran to Europe via Russia, Iran's IRIB news reported.
There are splits emerging in the so-called Syrian opposition on several fronts. Col. Riad al-Asaad, the defective Syrian Air Force Colonel, based in Turkey, who runs the Free Syria Army, came out denying that his people fired the rockets on the Ba'ath Party headquarters in Damascus over the weekend.
The conditions which prompted the British Empire to hold back on the implied time for launching the political chain-reaction...
According to the Daily Star as reported by the Times of India, the British intelligence agency MI6 played a key role in the capture of Saif al-Islam, son of Muammar Gaddafi.
Ali Larijani stated today that Iran's parliament, of which he is the speaker, will review relations with the IAEA over its latest report.
"(Parliament's) national security and foreign policy committee has been appointed to review the manner of (Iran's) cooperation with the agency and relations with it," Larijani said, according to the student news agency, ISNA.