Sighting. Why did you kill my family?

Man walks past a graffiti, denouncing strikes by U.S. drones in Yemen, painted on a wall in Sanaa

U.S. president Barrack Obama, the U.S. State Dept., Hollywood and the media are engulfed in a frenzied campaign to celebrate a movie made in Canada promoting the assassination of the leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea based on U.S.-style “freedom of expression.”

On Friday, December 19, Obama declared to the gullible that “we’ll respond proportionally, and we’ll respond in a place and time and manner that we choose.” He said that the unproven hacking of the Japanese Sony “entertainment” monopoly falls “outside the bounds of acceptable state behaviour.” The tools to hack the company are well known and in the public domain.

This Reuters photo shows a man walking past graffiti denouncing strikes by U.S. drones in Yemen, painted on a wall in Sanaa, Nov. 13, 2014. Yemeni authorities have paid out tens of thousands of dollars to victims of drone strikes using U.S.-supplied hush funds, a source close to Yemen’s presidency said, echoing accounts by legal sources and a family that lost two members in a 2012 raid.

U.S. drones have assassinated over 3,200 civilians in Pakistan. The USA has not declared war against either country. According to the criminal logic of Might is Right, that falls inside “the bounds of acceptable state behaviour.”

Credit: REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah

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Cuban Parliament thanks international solidarity with the Five

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Havana (Dec 19) – The Cuban National Assembly of People’s Power, ANPP by its Spanish acronym, thanked today in plenary, all parliamentarians and legislators of the world for their support to the cause of the Cuban Five. In the presence of Raul Castro, President of the Councils of State and Ministers of Cuba, the 546 deputies present unanimously approved the statement from the International Relations Committee of the Parliament of the Caribbean nation,  read by the legislator Yolanda Ferrer Gómez. Continue reading

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Graphic details: US State Department’s imperialist geography

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In the event of a Belarusian invasion of Ukraine, the 6th US Fleet will immediately be deployed to the shores of Belarus.


It is all too reminiscent of former prime minister Jean Chrétien trying to convince the Canadians in 2001 that the deployment of the Canadian navy to the Indian Ocean as part of the Anglo-American invasion of landlocked Afghanistan was done to fight the Taliban. And like current Canadian foreign affairs minister John Baird, who thinks the capital of Syria is Washington, U.S. Secretary of State Spokesperson Jen Psaki reveals a certain gap of knowledge in her warmongering. Continue reading


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Graphic details: CNN’s imperialist geography (2)

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According to CNN, Israel has also added Kobani to its occupation collection. Kobani (Arabic name is Ain-al-Arab) is the Kurdish community in northern Syria under siege of ISIS, ally of the Zionists in the war against the Syrian Arab Republic. Continue reading


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US Congress rubber stamped $585 billion bill without reading it

US Congressmen admit to not reading NDAA before voting because “I trust the leadership” (Dec. 5) – US House members admitted they had not read the entire $585 billion, 1,648-page National Defense Authorization Act, which predominantly specifies budgeting for the Defense Department, before it was voted on Thursday in Congress.

“Of course not. Are you kidding?” Rep. Jim Moran (D-Virginia) said when asked by CNSNews if he had perused the entire bill, which was just posted online late Tuesday night before it was ultimately passed in by the House by a vote of 300-119 about 36 hours later. Continue reading

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Reggae Message: Bad Card … Bob Marley

“Bad Card”
You a-go tired fe see me face;
Can’t get me out of the race.
Oh, man, you said I’m in your place
And then you draw bad cyard -
A-make you draw bad cyard,
And then you draw bad cyard. Continue reading

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Bashar al-Assad interview with Paris-Match

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Paris MatchMr. President, three years into this war, and considering how things have turned out, do you regret that you haven’t managed things differently at the beginning, with the appearance of the first signs of the revolution in March 2011? Do you feel that you are responsible for what happened? Continue reading

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