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Syria – Declarations of War.
Syria – Declarations of War. By Christof Lehmann. – nsnbc. Let us be honest; Syria is in a state of war. I is a war that is being portrayed as an internal conflict, but that does not change the fact … Continue reading
Posted in Analysis, Middle East, Politics Tagged Al Khalifa, Al Qaeda, Arab League, China, christof lehmann, Civil Liberties, cliffhanger, Clinton, Declaration of War, Democracy, Economic Warfare, EU, final solution for Palestine, GCC, global security, Guantanamo, Gulf Cooperation Council, gulf cooperation council crackpot disctator, gulf crackpot, Human Rights, Israel, Libya, media war., Middle East, Muslim Brotherhood, National Endowment for Democracy, NATO, nato member states, NATO mercenaries, NDAA, neo-colonialism, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Obama, Palestine, PoliticsSyria, propaganda, Romney, Russia, SANA, saud, Secret Armies, state sponsored terrorism, US Armored Brigades, USA, war declaration, war on syria, westerwelle 4 Comments
A Response to Henry Kissinger on Syria and the Global Order by Christof Lehmann.
A Response to Henry Kissinger on Syria and the Global Order by Christof Lehmann. By Dr. Christof Lehmann. Dr. Kissinger. This article is an open response to your recent article on principles in international law, the Treaty of Westphalia, the … Continue reading
Posted in Editorial, Middle East, Opinion, World Tagged Arab Spring, Bahrain, christof lehmann, Colonialism, Covert war, Democracy, Dr. Christof Lehmann, GCC, Global Order, global security, henry kissinger, Human Rights, Humanitarin principles, Illegal war, imperialism, Libya, Manufacturing of War, Middle East, Modo-Colonialism, National Endowment for Democracy, National Sovereignty, NATO, New World Order, Politics, Qatar, responsibility to protect, Saudi Arabia, special forces, treaty of westphalia, UN Charter, United Nations, USA, war crimes, war ob Libya, war on syria 4 Comments
“Subversion” old and new
By Annie Machon – Annie Machon An interesting article in yesterday’s Telegraph by political commentator Peter Oborne about Abu Qatada. This case has caused much sound and fury amongst the British political and media classes over the last couple of days. … Continue reading
Posted in Analysis, Europe, Northern America, Politics Tagged Annie Machon, CIA, Civil Liberties, Democracy, Intelligence Services, MI5, MI6, nsnbc, Police, subversion, Surveillance, United Kingdom, USA Leave a comment
Spy documents found in Libya reveal more British double dealing
by Annie Machon A cache of highly classified intelligence documents was recently discovered in the abandoned offices of former Libyan spy master, Foreign Minister and high-profile defector, Musa Kusa. These documents have over the last couple of weeks provided a … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Europe, News, Politics Tagged Accountability, Annie Machon, assassination, Colonel Gaddafi, Current Affairs, David Shayler, Democracy, False flag, Gaddafi, Ghadafi, Intelligence, Law, Libya, Machon, MI5, MI6, Musa Kusa, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, nsnbc.wordpress.com, Politics, Shayler, Shaylor, Sir Peter Gibson, Spies, Terrorism, Torture, war, Whistleblowers 4 Comments