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West using terror to plunder oil resources of Nigeria
West using terror to plunder oil resources of Nigeria Nigeria, Africa’s top oil producing nation, is witnessing a surge in sectarian violence that is destabilizing the central government and threatening to split the country in two. On the surface, a … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Geo-Politics, News Tagged Africa, African Unity, Boko Haram, Britain, Burkino Faso, CFA, Cote d’Ivoire, Finian Cunningham, Franc Afrique, France, global security, Human Rights, imperialism, Libya, Mali and Niger, Middle East, Modo-Colonialism, national security concerns, Natural Resources, neo-colonialism, Nigeria, Nigeria Oil, Nigeria Oil Industry, nsnbc, Pan-Africanism, Politics, press tv, Religion, Terrorism, west africa 2 Comments
Foreign Troops Inside Syria: The Failed UN Brokered “Peace Plan” Sets the Stage for War?
By Michel Chossudovsky – Via The 4Th Media. “ How you define your role, and where and how you decide to pursue it, is of vital interest to the United Nations, given the long tradition of cooperation and coordination between … Continue reading
Syria Referendum: A Battle Won A War and Peace to Win.
Regardless the eventual outcome, the successful referendum yesterday was a battle won by the people of Syria. Syrians are however, still facing the challenge of winning the war that is waged on Syria and the challenge of winning peace and … Continue reading
Iran cuts oil exports to British, French firms
Iran’s Oil Ministry announces it has cut oil exports to British and French firms in line with the decision to end crude exports to six European states. The move comes as Iranian Oil Minister Rostam Qasemi had earlier hinted at … Continue reading
Posted in Europe, Middle East, News Tagged Anti-Imperialism, Commerce, EU, Europe, finance and economics, France, global security, Iran, Middle East, nsnbc, Oil Export, press tv, Sanctions, Trade, UK, United Kingdom Leave a comment
Syria and those disgusting BRICS
By Pepe Escobar – Asia Times A Greek choir of the “disgusted” and the “outraged” predictably greeted BRICS members Russia and China double veto to the United Nations Security Council resolution imposing regime change in Syria. The resolution was backed … Continue reading
Posted in Middle East, Opinion Tagged Arab League, BRICS, France, Free Syrian Army, GCC, global security, Gulf States, Middle East, Modo-Colonialism, NATO, nsnbc, Pepe Escobar, Sarkozy, Syria, UNSC, USA, war on syria 1 Comment
Sources of Libyan War. Revelations of Former French Foreign Minister
By Alexander Mezyaev – Strategic Culture Foundation At first glance at the 2011 events in Libya it looks like the decision to attack the country was taken only somewhere in February or March. A number of facts and official documents … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Europe, Geo-Politics Tagged African Affairs, Alexander Mezyaev, Colonialism, France, Levy, Libya, libyan war, northern africa, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Sarkozy, Strategic Culture Foundation, war crimes, war on libya 1 Comment
France Lobbies for Embargo on Iran Oil
The global price for resources is determined by demand and availability, there would not be anything wrong with this was it not for the fact that the profits that can be made by producing either perceived or actual scarcity of … Continue reading
Posted in Economy, Europe, Middle East, News, Politics Tagged Africa, CFA, China, christof lehmann, Dr. Christof Lehmann, E.U., finance and economics, France, France Lobbies for Embargo on Iran Oil, Ghadafi, global security, Iran Embargo, Libya, Middle East, NATO, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Oil, pan-african, Resources, Rusia, Sarkozy, Syria, war on iran, war on syria Leave a comment