“If you like your privacy, you can keep it”

Like a stand-up comedian with a political edge, Rand Paul deployed some witty one-liners after President Barack Obama’s comments on Friday about reforming the National Security Agency. “What I think I heard is that if you like your privacy, you can keep it,” Paul, the Republican senator from Kentucky, said in an interview with CNN’s… Read More “If you like your privacy, you can keep it”

Gates: Obama “lost faith” in Afghanistan policy

Robert Gates claims Obama was “skeptical, if not outright convinced it would fail.” A new book by former U.S. defense secretary Robert Gates harshly criticizes President Obama’s Afghanistan war policy, saying the president “eventually lost faith in the troop increase he ordered,” and that Obama was “skeptical, if not outright convinced it would fail.” Excerpts… Read More Gates: Obama “lost faith” in Afghanistan policy

The Guardian: NSA spied on 35 world leaders

National Security Agency monitored the phone conversations of 35 world leaders after being given the numbers by an official in another US government department. This is according to a classified document provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden. The confidential memo reveals that the NSA encourages senior officials in its “customer” departments, such the White House, State… Read More The Guardian: NSA spied on 35 world leaders

Steinitz: Iran invites the World to new “Munich agreement”

Likud minister warns Iran capable of turning stores of 3.5 percent pure uranium directly into bomb fuel “within weeks.” Israel voiced concern on Tuesday over a potential meeting of the US and Iranian presidents, saying Tehran’s conciliatory overtures to world powers masked an acceleration of its disputed nuclear program. “We are certainly warning the entire… Read More Steinitz: Iran invites the World to new “Munich agreement”

Kerry: Egyptian military restored democracy

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says the Egyptian military did not take over but instead was “restoring democracy” in Egypt. The military overthrew President Mohammed Morsi after protests by millions of people. They demanded Morsi step down after a year as Egypt’s first democratically elected president. The military then installed a civilian interim government… Read More Kerry: Egyptian military restored democracy

Obama’s NSA spied on EU institutions

NSU used bugs, phone taps and cyber-monitoring on EU institutions in Washington, D.C., New York, and in Brussels. According to a report in the German news magazine Der Spiegel, the US National Security Agency bugged institutions of the European Union. The magazine cited documents provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden. The Spiegel report, published Saturday in… Read More Obama’s NSA spied on EU institutions

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

Jew-hate in Turkey keeps Israel out of NATO

The Muslim Brotherhood is welcomed as observer in NATO. Turkish opposition keeps Israel out. The Mediterranean Dialogue, founded in 2004, is intended to contribute to regional security. Along with Israel and Egypt, the other participating countries are Morocco, Tunisia, Mauritania, Algeria and Jordan. Turkey nixed the meeting despite Israel’s recent apology for the deaths of… Read More Jew-hate in Turkey keeps Israel out of NATO

Iran to copy Operation Starfish to knock out the USA

One single Iranian nuclear explosion 400 kilometers above Lexington in Kentucky will be able to lock down the American nation. Not many people remember Operation Starfish, that was triggered on July 9th, 1962. What was this military operation all about? The USA sent a rocket into space with a nuclear warhead 80 times more powerful… Read More Iran to copy Operation Starfish to knock out the USA

Israel blurs President Obama’s chance of reelection

A new poll shows that nearly two-thirds of Americans disapprove of the way President Obama is handling gasoline prices. This finding could blunt the election-year political gains he’s racked up on account of the brightening economic picture. Sixty-five percent disapprove of Obama’s performance on prices at the pump, which have surged in recent weeks, while… Read More Israel blurs President Obama’s chance of reelection

Spend 30 minutes to see the truth about Obama and Israel

The World have been deceived my many claimed Christian leaders to believe Barack Hussein Obama is a “Christian”. This video expose the falsehood presented as “Christianity”, blessed on the White House lawn by Saddelback Pastor Rick Warren. For the first time in history  Islam has one of their own son’s placed in the White House.… Read More Spend 30 minutes to see the truth about Obama and Israel

Bradley Manning face life in prison for exposing global hypocrisy

If convicted, Bradley Manning (24), could be sentenced to life in prison for giving secret cables to Wikileaks. Aiding the enemy is a capital offense, but Army prosecutors have said they will not seek the death penalty. Pfc. Bradley E. Manning, the former intelligence analyst accused of giving hundreds of thousands of classified documents to… Read More Bradley Manning face life in prison for exposing global hypocrisy

Israel talk boldly about possible war with Iran

Benjamin Netanyahu tells Knesset that world must denounce Iranian terrorist activity or it will spread. The world must set red lines on the Iranian nuclear program, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Wednesday, urging the world to unequivocally condemn Iran for its attacks on Israeli diplomats abroad. “The world must denounce Iran’s terrorist activity and mark… Read More Israel talk boldly about possible war with Iran

Wikileaks: Saudi main sponsor of terrorism

Despite some success in disrupting funding for al-Qaeda, “there are still loopholes,” said a Saudi official. “It is still possible for [extremist] groups to use the system for their own advantage with impunity.” A charities commission that Saudi officials promised to establish as long ago as 2002 “hasn’t started functioning yet,” the official said. “Donors… Read More Wikileaks: Saudi main sponsor of terrorism

Wikileaks hero Bradley Manning might be executed

Bradly Manning (23) could face the death penalty for giving Wikileaks secret US cables. The military pretrial hearing for Pfc. Bradley Manning opened contentiously Friday, with his defense attorney arguing that the presiding officer lacked the impartiality to render fair judgment in a case growing out of the release of a trove of government secrets… Read More Wikileaks hero Bradley Manning might be executed

Gates: “Israel only makes problems for her self”

Former US secretary of defense says Prime Minister Netanyahu’s policies isolating Israel on a global level‬‬. Former US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates blasted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, saying that his policies were ungrateful towards the US and were isolating Israel on a global level. Gates’ harsh words were said during a meeting of the… Read More Gates: “Israel only makes problems for her self”