Reconstruction communiste Canada - Antonio Artuso - 24 février 2014
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Information Clearing House - Ukraine - "Why The Eruption in Kiev Could Set Off A Tsunami That Will Engulf Us All" - By Mark Almond - Pourquoi l'éruption de violence à Kiev peut déclencher un tsunami qui pourrait nous engouffrer toutes et tous
Commentaires d'Antonio Artuso - Reconstruction communiste Canada - 24 février 2014 [Brouillon à développer]
Le monde est au bord d'une nouvelle guerre mondiale. Comme dans le cas de la 1ère guerre mondiale et de la 2ème guerre mondiale, des blocs impérialistes se lancent dans une série de guerres locales (1) pour des territoires riches en ressources naturelles; (2) pour des marchés d'importation et d'exportation; (3) pour des positions militaires, politiques, économiques stratégiques cruciales. La logique du profit maximum, de la rivalité impérialiste visant à éliminner tous les concurrents, de la guerre totale pour l'hégémonie mondiale crée cette situation.
Aujourd'hui, les capitalistes du bloc impérialiste dirigé par les États-Unis et les pays d'Europe, bloc duquel notre pays, le Canada, est membre, au sein d'une alliance militaire terroriste, l'OTAN, sont désespérés:
L'oligarchie financière des États-Unis et son État, poussés par la logique impérialiste ont détruit les conditions de travail et de vie du prolétariat et du peuple des États-Unis.
(1) pour faire plus de profits, les capitalistes étatsuniens ont exporté une grande partie de leurs capitaux en Chine et dans les pays où la main-d'oeuvre est exploitée de façon effarante,
(2) cela a créé un chômage effarant: des millions de citoyens étatsuniens ont perdu leur emploi, leurs maisons, de plus en plus de villes sont au bord de la faillite (plus de service de police, de services sociaux);
(3) les capitalistes étatsuniens ne comptent plus que sur des guerres impérialistes constantes pour envahir, occuper et piller les ressources d'autres pays. Course aux armements, maintien de 900 bases militaires dans le monde, etc.
(4) de nouvelles puissances économiques dépassent de loin la puissance économique des États-Unis ; les pays BRICS (Brésil, Russie, Inde, Chine et Afrique du Sud) produisent plus et moins cher que les États-Unis en exploitant terriblement les travailleurs locaux.
Il suffit d'une étincelle pour déclencher une explosion : une guerre mondiale mobilisant les armeées et utilisant les trillions de dollars en armements accumulées dans les puissances impérialistes rivales au cours de leur course aux armements.
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Ukraine: Another Piece in US-NATO-EU Neo-Con Puzzle
By John Robles
A monstrous crime is being committed in Ukraine right before the eyes of the world and the western media is helping to cover it up
Arsonists As Firefighters
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By Peter Lavelle
The EU's so-called "crisis plan" for Ukraine is itself a recipe for catastrophe.
Why The Eruption in Kiev Could Set Off A Tsunami That Will Engulf Us All:
By Mark Almond
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Bandar Bin Sultan, UAE Crown Prince Fail to Carry Out Coup in Libya
By Fars News
Libyan coup d'état leader Major General Khalifah Haftar has received huge amounts of money from the Sheikh Mohamed to carry out the coup.
Iraq's Prime Minister Offers Financial Bounty to Extrajudicial Killers
By Felicity Arbuthnot
Lives of others are cheap it seems, to the "shining city on the hill whose beacon light guides freedom-loving people everywhere"
Israel Murdering Palestinian Grandmothers Under Cover Of The Holocaust
British MP says his grandmother didn't die in the holocaust to provide a cover for Israelis killing Palestinian grandmothers today.
Introduction to Intelligibility
By Tristan A. Shaw
Make no mistake: we are all among the Parmenidean "Deaf, Dumb, Blind, and Stupid - unreasoning cattle."
Wheelchair-Bound Woman Walks Again With a 3D Printed Exoskeleton
By Daniel Terdiman
In 1992, Amanda Boxtel suffered a vicious skiing accident that left her paralyzed from the waist down. Doctors said she would never walk again.
Pakistan jets pound militant hideouts, killing 38:
Pakistani fighter jets attacked suspected militant hideouts in tribal areas on the Afghan border on Sunday, killing at least 38 insurgents, officials said, in the third air strike in recent days.
Pakistan halts talks with Taliban:
The announcement comes after Pakistani jets bombed Taliban hideouts in the country's northwest, killing at least 15.
Former Pakistani general says US seeks to ruin his country:
The former head of Pakistan's Intelligence Service (ISI) alleged that Washington used the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City as a pretext to invade the neighboring Afghanistan.
New Jet-Powered Drone Can Kill 1,800 Miles From Home Base:
The U.S. may be forced to withdraw troops completely from Afghanistan by the end of the year. That's bad news if you're the CIA and your lethal drone flights over neighboring Pakistan rely on the close proximity of Afghan airstrips.
At least 21 Afghan soldiers killed, seven kidnapped by Taliban:
At least 21 soldiers have been killed and seven kidnapped by Taliban in a raid on a border outpost, prompting Afghan President Hamid Karzai to blame Pakistan for failing to eliminate "terror nests".
1 child, 2 police killed in Afghanistan as attackers open fire:
Militants are said to have opened fire on a queue of women who were lining up to receive food at the clinic, in the capital Mehtarlam city in the eastern province of Laghman. 5 women were injured in the attack which happened on Saturday morning.
Taliban Suspends Talks With U.S. About Exchange Of Captive Soldier For Gitmo Detainees:
Afghanistan's Taliban says it has suspended "mediation" with the United States to exchange captive U.S. soldier Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for five senior Taliban prisoners held in U.S. custody in Guantanamo Bay
Jirga Chooses Karzai Over Rassoul, President May Object:
According to reports, although the Jirga favored Karzai, his brother, President Hamid Karzai, urged the event's leaders to back Rassoul instead.
Thailand crisis: 2 killed in deadly attacks on opposition rallies:
An explosion has killed two people and wounded more than 20 others near an anti-government protest rally in the Thai capital Bangkok. A boy aged 12 and a 40-year-old woman died in the attack near the Central World shopping mall, officials said.
28 people killed as Kurdish Group Take a Syrian Town:
A Kurdish group captured a town in Syria from Islamists fighting in Syria's civil war on Saturday in a battle that killed 28 fighters, most of them Islamists, a monitoring group reported.
Syrian rebels say senior al-Qaida fighter killed:
Two suicide bombers killed a senior al-Qaida operative on Sunday, blowing themselves up inside the militant leader's compound in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, rebels and activists said.
Syria field hospital hit by car bomb near Turkey:
Witness Abdallah Saleh said Sunday's blast damaged the hospital and caused 50 casualties, although it was not clear how many people had died.
Saudi Arabia Replaces Key Official in Effort to Arm Syria Rebels:
Saudi Arabia has sidelined its veteran intelligence chief, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, as leader of the kingdom's efforts to arm and fund Syrian rebels, replacing him with another prince well-regarded by U.S. officials for his successes fighting al-Qaeda, Saudi royal advisers said this week.
Saudi 'seeking Pakistani arms for Syrian rebels':
Saudi Arabia is in talks with Pakistan to provide anti-aircraft and anti-tank rockets to Syrian rebels to try to tip the balance in the war to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad, a Saudi source said Sunday.
Report: New Free Syrian Army Commander Trained in Israel:
The new commander of the anti-Damascus militancy group, the FSA, Abdul-Ilah al-Bashir has been trained in Israel, media reports said.
Syria insists on its 'sovereignty' in UN aid resolution:
Syria said Sunday it is ready to cooperate with a rare UN Security Council resolution to allow humanitarian access, so long as it respects "state sovereignty."
Bush- Blair Legacy Continues As -
25 people killed as militants shoot down Iraqi helicopter and occupy northern town:
Militants shot down a helicopter over the weekend and briefly occupied a town, in an escalating turf war with Iraq's government that has killed at least 25 people in two days, police said.
Officials: Attacks around Iraq's capital kill 10 people:
Police say the deadliest of Sunday's attacks took place in the eastern neighborhood of Sadr City when a car bomb exploded in an outdoor market for secondhand motorcycles and bicycles, killing six civilians and wounding 18.
Ukrainian parliament appoints speaker as acting president:
Parliament, which sees itself as the only legitimate body in Ukraine, decided to replace the president without an impeachment.
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Ukraine Protests Carefully Orchestrated:
US-Financed "Color Revolution Training Group": Ukrainians have found evidence of direct involvement of the Belgrade US-financed training group, CANVAS behind the carefully-orchestrated Kiev protests.
Rice: U.S. Backs Ukrainian People, Cautions Russian Involvement:
National Security Adviser Susan Rice said Sunday during an appearance on Meet the Press that it "would be a grave mistake" for Russian President Vladimir Putin to intervene militarily in the Ukraine crisis.
US supports Ukraine turmoil though media blame Putin for chaos: Video -
Blaming Russia for all the bad things happening in Ukraine has become the main theme of mainstream coverage - that's despite the fact that the President distanced himself from the situation from the onset.
Volatile Ukraine teeters on brink of bankruptcy:
Not only does Ukraine face a volatile political crisis, it is also in the midst of a dire economic emergency. As Kyiv's foreign exchange reserves dwindle, the country's public debt continues to rise.
European integration 'priority' for Ukraine:
Acting president Turchinov says Russia should recognise Kiev's 'European choice'.
EU's Ashton to visit Ukraine on Monday:
She will meet "key stakeholders and discuss the support of the European Union for a lasting solution to the political crisis and measures to stabilise the economic situation," a statement from her office said Sunday.
US missile shield: 'Russian Bear sleeping with one eye open':
Washington's explanation that its strengthening missile shield in Europe is being built to guard against the Iranian nuclear threat is no more believable than it was 10 years ago.
Sochi Olympics end in a huge success for Russia and Putin:
Though this will only make Putin even more hated in the West, I personally am allowing myself a long awaited sigh of relief.
Former army chief calls on Libyans to support his military campaign:
A former Libyan army commander, Maj. Gen. Khalifa Haftar, has urged Libyans to support his military campaign aiming to end what he described as the political crisis in Libya.
Protesters shut Libya's El Sharara oilfield in setback for government:
Libya's 340,000 barrels-per-day El Sharara oilfield has been completely shut down since Thursday night due to violent clashes with protesters, the state-run National Oil Corporation said on Saturday.
President Morsi 'leaked secrets to Iran
Egyptian prosecutors have accused ousted President Mohammed Morsi of leaking state secrets to Iran's Revolutionary Guards.
President Morsi espionage trial delayed:
The trial of deposed president Mohamed Morsi and leading Muslim Brotherhood members for espionage has been postponed to 27 February after the defendants appeared in court on Sunday.
Egyptian Junta Claims U.S. Conspiracy While Accepting U.S. Support:
Egypt's U.S.-backed regime now claims that the progressive, anti-authoritarian activists that brought down Mubarak are simply U.S. agents.
Why is Inflation So High in Venezuela?: Video -
Attempting to build socialism surrounded by a global capitalist economy and being reliant on oil revenues, Venezuela is struggling to find a solution to capital flight and exchange rate problems
Turkey eavesdrops on almost 2,500 people, mostly foreigners:
"As of today, National Intelligence Organization (MIT) eavesdrops on 2,473 people. More than half of them are foreigners," Deputy Prime Minister Besir Atalay said, as quoted by AFP.
U.S. now bugging German ministers in place of Merkel - report:
The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) has stepped up its surveillance of senior German government officials since being ordered by Barack Obama to halt its spying on Chancellor Angela Merkel, Bild am Sonntag paper reported on Sunday.
Why AT&T's Surveillance Report Omits 80 Million NSA Targets:
AT&T this week released for the first time in the phone company's 140-year history a rough accounting of how often the U.S. government secretly demands records on telephone customers. But to those who've been following the National Security Agency leaks, Ma Bell's numbers come up short by more than 80 million spied-upon Americans.
An Accident Waiting to Happen:
As oil trains derail across the United States, a windswept-and vulnerable-stretch of Montana's Glacier National Park underscores the folly of transporting crude by rail.
Detroit's Agony Shows Why Black America Needs A People's Plan for the Cities:
Detroit, the Black Metropolis, is being disassembled. Having stolen local democracy, corporate planners now trip over themselves to create the grid for a new city, in which current residents will live in the shadows.
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Number Of Iraqis Slaughtered In US War And Occupation Of Iraq "1,455,590"
Number of U.S. Military Personnel Sacrificed (Officially acknowledged) In America's War On Iraq: 4,883
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