US House binds Israel with 3 billion dollar “gift”

Capitol Hill restore funding for Israel to pre-sequester levels. Included in this bill is USD 268.7 million in funding for anti-missile programs. Funding to Israel was restored to its pre-sequester levels in the spending bill the U.S. House of Representatives passed. The bill keeps funding for Israel at $3.1 billion for 2014, the amount designated… Read More US House binds Israel with 3 billion dollar “gift”

Media attacks Obama’s “Soviet-style” publicity policy

Major media organizations protest against being shut out of president’s events in favour of official photographer. Barack Obama’s White House has been accused of producing Soviet-style propaganda by press photographers who are furious at being denied access to the US president. Mr Obama’s aides routinely block independent photographers from capturing him at work, before distributing… Read More Media attacks Obama’s “Soviet-style” publicity policy

Iran plans “Death to America” conference

There is a plan for a “Death to America” conference in Tehran next month. Several hard-line Iranian groups have announced plans for a “Death to America” conference next month, highlighted by cash awards of $4,000 for the best photograph, poster, video, song or caricature. While the slogan in Persian, “Marg bar Amrika,” means “Death to… Read More Iran plans “Death to America” conference

Iran defense minister the master mind behind massacre on U.S marines

Brig. Gen. Hossein Dehghan was commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard force in Lebanon at the time of the 1983 bombings. Instructions for the attack on the multinational forces were issued from Tehran to the Iranian ambassador to Damascus, who passed them on to the Revolutionary Guards forces in Lebanon and their Lebanese Shiite allies in… Read More Iran defense minister the master mind behind massacre on U.S marines

Obama spied on 70 million phone calls in France

National Security Agency (NSA) spied on 70.3 million phone calls in France in just 30 days. Le Monde says the data, based on leaks from ex-intelligence analyst Edward Snowden, suggest the US NSA agency monitored businesses and officials as well as terrorism suspects. The intercepts were apparently triggered by certain key words. The paper says… Read More Obama spied on 70 million phone calls in France

Massive defeat for Cameron’s UK support of Obama

The British PM lost a vital parliamentary vote on Thursday night meant to pave the way for an attack on Syria. In a humiliating and unexpected development, David Cameron and his coalition government failed to pass a motion that would have authorized military action against Syria in principle by 285 to 272 votes. Source: Jerusalem… Read More Massive defeat for Cameron’s UK support of Obama

No Sharia laws permitted in North Carolina

North Carolina has become the seventh state to explicitly prohibit Sharia law interpretation in court after Gov. Pat McCrory denied vetoing House bill 522. McCrory, a Republican, refused to sign the bill, entitled “Foreign Law/Protect Constitutional Rights,” calling it “unnecessary.” However, he also did not actively veto the bill, and therefore the piece of legislation automatically… Read More No Sharia laws permitted in North Carolina

Snowden honored as a hero by German freedomfighters

The 30 year-old U.S.-American NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, who has been granted asylum in Russia, has been awarded a German Whistleblower Award. Germany is one of the countries that was on top of the NSA´s spy list and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who first blasted the USA for spying on Germans is coming under growing… Read More Snowden honored as a hero by German freedomfighters

Al Jazeera staff resign after “biased” Egypt coverage

Anchor accuses management in Doha of provoking Egyptians, favoring the Muslim Brotherhood. The news channel Al Jazeera Mubasher Misr saw 22 members of staff resign on Monday in Egypt over what they alleged was coverage that was out of sync with real events in Egypt. Anchor Karem Mahmoud announced that the staff had resigned in… Read More Al Jazeera staff resign after “biased” Egypt coverage

Report: Dempsey nixes Kerry proposal to bomb Assad’s airfields

John Kerry began arguing, vociferously, for immediate U.S. airstrikes against airfields under the control of Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime.  But the Pentagon chief shoots down Kerry’s argument for immediate U.S. airstrikes against airfields under the control of Assad’s army — particularly the fields it has used to allegedly launch chemical weapons attacks against rebel… Read More Report: Dempsey nixes Kerry proposal to bomb Assad’s airfields

Edward Snowden expose the Fascists views of Obama

A former CIA technical worker has been identified by the UK’s Guardian newspaper as the source of leaks about US surveillance programmes. Edward Snowden, 29, is described by the paper as an ex-CIA technical assistant, currently employed by defence contractor Booz Allen Hamilton. The Guardian said his identity was being revealed at his own request.… Read More Edward Snowden expose the Fascists views of Obama

New global spy center in Utah will monitor you

Government will complete its NAS data storing facility in Utah this October. Concerns about what personal information will be stored there as it emerged the government has been extracting data from big companies. The personal data and private online conversations that the National Security Administration is accused of mining could be stashed in a one… Read More New global spy center in Utah will monitor you

JEPenny’s Hitler kettle available in the US

Trouble is brewing for an American retailer after customers noted that one of its tea kettles bears a striking resemblance to Adolf Hitler. Bemused motorists took photographs of the huge JCPenney billboard advertising the kettle as they drove past it on the 405 Interstate highway near Culver City in California, one of America’s busiest stretches… Read More JEPenny’s Hitler kettle available in the US