Crimes of State
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NATO - USA
Do Not Forget: 15 years since NATO aggression on Serbia and Montenegro (FRY)
26 February 2014
Edward Snowden’s first TV interview
29 January 2014
Edward Snowden, speaking from hiding in Russia to German TV station ARD, discusses the threats against him by anonymous US officials and the wider responses to his revelations of major violations of human rights by the NSA and the national security state
Interview with Zivadin Jovanovic
Neutrality is the best option for Serbia
6 January 2014
By Zivadin Jovanovic
Global NATO interventionism may lead to global confrontation
16 December 2013
Ken O’Keefe: "Time to arrest traitors in White House/Congress"
11 December 2013
By Daniel McAdams
The Unwelcome Return of Navi Pillay
5 December 2013
You could very well say that Navi Pillay was more than anyone else the person responsible for NATO’s disastrous invasion of Libya. As UN Human Rights Commissioner she chaired that fateful meeting in February, 2011 where Libyan NGO leader Soliman Bouchuiguir was allowed to repeat incredible tales about the “massacres” taking place in Libya – tales he openly admitted after the NATO invasion he had just made up. “There is no evidence,” he exclaimed when asked after the invasion to back up his claims, which were the basis of the chain of events that led to NATO bombing.
Glenn Greenwald on security and liberty
As Europe erupts over US spying, NSA chief says government must stop media
30 October 2013
Glenn Greenwald: With General Alexander calling for NSA reporting to be halted, US and UK credibility as guardians of press freedom is crushed.
By Israel Shamir
The Cape of Good Hope - American Hegemony is Over
28 October 2013
First, the good news. American hegemony is over. The bully has been subdued. We cleared the Cape of Good Hope, symbolically speaking, in September 2013. With the Syrian crisis, the world has passed a key forking of modern history. It was touch and go, just as risky as the Cuban missile crisis of 1962.
By Victor Gilinsky and Henry D. Sokolski
Let’s Be Honest About Israel’s Nukes
21 September 2013
The recent agreement between the United States and Russia on Syria’s chemical weapons made clear what should have been obvious long ago: President Obama’s effort to uphold international norms against weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East will entangle the United States in a diplomatic and strategic maze that is about much more than Syria’s chemical arsenal.
NSA ’routinely’ shares Americans’ data with Israel - Snowden leak
11 September 2013
The NSA regularly shares raw US intelligence data with Israel without even removing information about American citizens, according to the latest revelation published by the Guardian. The report is based on a document leaked by Edward Snowden.
Belgrade Forum for a World of Equals
Why Serbia should not join NATO
19 July 2013
In the view of certain statements published recently that Serbia`s representatives may in recent future submit application for membership in NATO, the Belgrade Forum for a World of Equals, not withstanding possibility that such statements aim at testing Serbian public opinion, considers it necessary to draw the attention to certain facts.
Edward Snowden submits asylum applications
2 July 2013
On 30th June 2013 WikiLeaks’ legal advisor in the Edward Snowden matter, Sarah Harrison, submitted by hand a number of requests for asylum and asylum assistance on behalf of Edward J. Snowden, the NSA whistleblower.
Glenn Greenwald on Edward Snowden and 1 billion cell phone calls per day
30 June 2013
Glenn Greenwald has, especially over recent weeks, been shaking the national security state to its foundations. It is due to his work the US army has blocked access to Guardian website to preserve ‘network hygiene’
Human rights investigations
Edward Snowden exposes the Orwellian state
10 June 2013
For the past week, the Guardian and Washington Post have been reporting on some extraordinary revelations about previously secret massive NSA surveillance programs that invade the privacy of both Americans and those abroad. On Sunday, the whistleblower and source to the stories about the PRISM surveillance program revealed himself as 29-year-old Edward Snowden. This is his story, in his own words.
An article by Sherwood Ross
Obama Pushing Discredited Reagan "Star Wars" Plan
18 October 2012
President Obama is continuing developmental work on the controversial Strategic Defense Initiative ("Star Wars") plan begun in 1983 by President Reagan, and quietly pushed by each of Reagan’s successors, a distinguished geopolitical analyst warns.
An article by Sherwood Ross
NATO Undermining UN
7 October 2012
In the Foreword to a new book, The Globalization of NATO by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, the distinguished Canadian geopolitical analyst, former Assistant Secretary-General of the UN Denis Halliday says NATO is "a redundant, extravagant and unwelcome military toy that gobbles up human and financial resources to no positive end",
An article by Makram Khoury-Machool
Dismembering the Arab World
3 August 2012
The behaviour of the NATO-aligned, anti-Syrian bloc is now blatant enough for us to better understand what is happening in Syria. On the one hand, we find political operators such the ad-hoc group ‘Friends of Syria’, and on the other, two Arab personalities, both ministers of two Gulf sheikhdoms.
An article by Rick Rozoff
War on Syria and Imperial Hubris: Clinton Demands Russia And China to "Pay The Price"
7 July 2012
At the third meeting of the so-called Friends of Syria in Paris on July 6, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton proved once again that diplomacy is to the United States what refined dining etiquette is to a jackal.
United Nations Security Council
Russia blasts NATO over Libya - and Libya over Syria
8 March 2012
Russia says that NATO should apologize for causing civilian casualties during their air raids in Libya in 2011 and pay compensation. Moscow has also accused Libya’s new government of training Syrian rebels and instigating terrorism.
Interview of John R. Bradley
‘Syria on its knees – prelude to NATO invading Iran’
31 January 2012
The idea of the Syrian opposition dancing to a foreign tune has been floated by John R. Bradley, author of the book, “After the Arab Spring”. He says NATO members are committed to toppling the regime and will make Iran their next target.
An article by Hannes Hofbauer
What do the killings of Milosevic, Saddam Hussein and Gaddafi have in common?
11 January 2012
On the 20th of October 2011, late afternoon, international news agencies reported the death of Muammar al-Gaddafi. He was killed by some rebels in his hometown Sirte, after NATO-bombs hit his convoy. Only two days later US-president Barack Obama in Washington and NATO-officials in Brussels declared to stop the war on Libya that had lasted for almost eight months. Mission completed.
An article by Wayne Madsen
An Third-Rate Intelligence Agency for a Failing Super-Power: The CIA’s Global Demise
23 December 2011
Based on its recent string of failures, most notably those that have occurred under America’s top general-turned-spymaster David Petraeus, the CIA has become a third-tier intelligence agency that is trying to prop around the world up a failing, financially bankrupt, and over-extended super-power the United States.
Pakistan: The NATO aggression
6 December 2011
Why are we deluding ourselves? This lethal NATO helicopters’ attack on two Pakistani border posts couldn’t be an “accident”, as the command of coalition forces in Afghanistan would have it believed. This was a naked aggression, plain and simple, deliberate and planned.
An article by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya
Iran and the Strategic Encirclement of Syria and Lebanon
3 December 2011
The encirclement of Syria and Lebanon has long been in the works. Since 2001, Washington and NATO have started the process of cordoning off Lebanon and Syria.The permanent NATO presence in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Syrian Accountability Act are part of this initiative. It appears that this roadmap is based on a 1996 Israeli document aimed at controlling Syria.The documents name is "A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm".
Thabo Mbeki speech
Feature: Removing Gaddafi was always Nato’s goal
14 November 2011
This is an edited extract of a speech given by former president Thabo Mbeki at the AGM of the Law Society of the Northern Provinces at Sun City on 5 November 2011
Cynthia McKinney: This is what supporting NATO Looks Like
11 November 2011
NATO war crimes - Testimony of Khaled K. El-Hamedi
Khaled K. El-Hamedi has filed a lawsuit against NATO for killing his family
11 November 2011
The life of Khaled K. El-Hamedi, a wonderful man, a very kind and sweet man, turned into a nightmare on 20 June 2011, when NATO attacked his family’s home with seven bombs, killing his beloved pregnant wife Sala, his son Khweldi who was three years old, his daughter Khalida who was four and a half years old and Salam who was one and a half years old.
An article by Igor Panarin
The Fall of NATO
11 November 2011
Russian political scientist Igor Panarin believes that the Libyan campaign, which ended October 31, demonstrated the weakness of NATO and revealed the military bloc’s potential to collapse. In his article for RT, the analyst explains his view. Commentary by Dennis South follows.
An article by Kiyul Chung
NATO: “The WOLF in Sheep’s Clothing”?
6 November 2011
IS NATO A CRIMINAL ORGANIZATION of BETRAYAL, DECEPTION and HYPOCRISY?
Biggest success? NATO proud of Libya op which killed thousands
28 October 2011
With Gaddafi dead and its “military job now done,” NATO has declared its campaign in Libya one of the “most successful in NATO history.” However, untold casualties and a country devastated by war call into question the alliance’s notion of success.