Friday, August 8, 2008 22:25
Attacks Russia Through Client State Georgia
Georgian forces, trained and equipped by the Pentagon and the U.S. government,
killed 10 Russian peacekeepers early this morning in a provocation attack
that has escalated into military conflict, but the subsequent corporate
media coverage would have us believe that the U.S. and NATO-backed client
state Georgia is a helpless victim, when in actual fact a far more nuanced
geopolitical strategy is being played out.
George's raid prompts call for probe
When the shooting stopped, two dogs lay dead. A mayor sat in his boxers,
hands bound behind his back. His handcuffed mother-in-law was sprawled
on the kitchen floor, lying beside the body of one of the family pets
that police had killed before her eyes.
Front Groups Release Laughable Olympics "Terror" Video IntelCenter and SITE Intelligence Group, two
"terrorism monitoring firms" who routinely obtain so-called
Al-Qaeda tapes that usually turn out to be completely fraudulent, yesterday
released a video purported to feature members of a Chinese Muslim terror
group threatening to attack the Olympics.
held for alleged Obama assassination threat A man was being held in Florida on Thursday
on charges he told classmates at a training seminar that he would kill
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama if he is elected, according
to a law enforcement official and court documents.
Protests Army Recruitment Tool That Violates International Law An anti-war group protested the offices of video
game maker Ubisoft in San Francisco yesterday to bring attention to
the company's ongoing work with the U.S. Army on "America's Army",
a video game that has been developed specifically to increase the number
of Army recruits.
Cautions Against Strike on Iran's Nuclear Facilities A military strike against Iran's nuclear facilities
would probably only delay the country's progress toward nuclear-weapons
capability, according to a study that concludes that such an attack
could backfire by strengthening Tehran's resolve to acquire the bomb.
prices slide beneath $116
ude prices slumped below 116 dollars a barrel on Friday as the market
shrugged off confirmation that separatist Kurdish rebels were behind
a blast that has cut a strategic oil pipeline in Turkey.
Wasn't Ivins Declared an Enemy Combatant? So, the FBI was prepared to indict U.S. Army
scientist Bruce Ivins for terrorism before he committed suicide. The
specific act of terrorism for which Ivins was to be indicted was employing
weapons of mass destruction.