The Netherlands is mobilizing two Patriot missile batteries to send to Turkey, joining German and American units. They’re to guard against a possible attack from Syria, one that Lawrence Wilkerson, the former Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell, says will never come.
In a rally which was called ‘NO TO WAR’, Thousands of Turks in Ankara and Istanbul have demonstrated against Erdogan Government’s Policies, which is increasing tension in the region and thus threatening security in implementation of western agendas that do not serve the interests of the Turkish people.
Max Igan & Ken O’Keefe in Gaza with a humorous and serious look at false flag history making and the illusion of ‘American interests’. Patrick Clawson of the Washington Institute for Near East Studies helps us illustrate our points.
Dennis Kucinich – Washington has a ‘War is Inevitable’ mindset
It will be a self fulfilling prophecy. We need direct negotiations. The American people are not prepared for this Country to get into another War. We have to believe peace is possible. The mindset here is DC is Brinksmanship – right up to the edge. The Problem with that is There’s always room for mis-calculation. Every member of Congress has better hearing before an election…and there are other voices, Arms Merchants, War Contractors, Member of Congress have to be wise to know when they’re getting played. Just because you intervene doesn’t mean you’re going to get the results you want.
An Iranian toymaker is hawking a toy replica of the American RQ-170 Sentinel drone that Iran downed last month. The drone is far less controversial than another US-inspired toy: Barbie.
“He said he wanted it back, and we will send him one”
Reza Kioumarsi, the head of cultural production at the Ayeh Art group was quoted as saying on Iranian state radio.
Toy shelves in Tehran will be making room for a new design that will make some Iranians smile and US officials grind their teeth: a scale model of the American stealth drone that Iran brought down in early December.
Here we go, surprise, surprise … the worst evil ever of the century is … yes, the Iran! We have the evidence, says U.S., again.
The governments of Iran (and of Sudan too) will be liable for potentially billions of dollars in damages to victims of suicide bombings at U.S. embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania in 1998, a Washington federal judge ruled yesterday (December 1, 2011).
Also lawyers representing families of victims of the Sept. 11 attacks won a default judgment on Thursday, December 15, against Iran, the Iranian-backed Hezbollah organization in Lebanon, the Taliban and Al Qaeda in a lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court that contended that Iranian officials aided and abetted the hijackers who flew jetliners into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.