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Published on Aug 27, 2012 by thomhartmann Thom Hartmann shares a prime example of why we should not have a standing army in times of peace in the US.
Bipartisan Assault on Middle East Peace by Stephen Zunes Published on Tuesday, May 29, 2012 by Foreign Policy in Focus via Common Dreams Earlier this month, the House of Representatives passed a dangerous piece of legislation (H.R. 4133) which would undermine the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, weaken Israeli moderates and peace advocates, undercut international law, further militarize the Middle […]
Manipulation of the UN Security Council in support of the US-NATO Military Agenda> Coercion, Intimidation & Bribery used to Extort Approval from Reluctant Members
Manipulation of the UN Security Council in support of the US-NATO Military Agenda> Coercion, Intimidation & Bribery used to Extort Approval from Reluctant Members By Carla Stea January 10, 2012 Global Research United Nations Security Council decisions are portrayed as “the will of the international community,” and Security Council action in support of a national […]