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US elite running genocide in Ukraine

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The US is running genocide in Ukraine while American public are ignorant of it.

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On Wednesday, July 2nd, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko resumed unlimited war against the residents of southeastern Ukraine, whom he calls “terrorists” for their wanting not to be killed by his troops.

European leaders (especially Merkel of Germany, Hollande of France, and Putin of Russia) urged him not to resume his bombing campaign against the southeast, but the US (specifically President Obama) supports the bombings, and that’s enough for Poroshenko; so, he did it. As the US State Department said, “he has a right to defend his country.” Reuters reports that Poroshenko gave as his reason for the resumption, “to rid Ukraine of ‘parasites’.” Adolf Hitler had given the same reason for ethnically cleansing his country.

Here are videos and photos of the Obama Administration’s sponsored ethnic cleansing to reduce the population in the areas of Ukraine that had voted overwhelmingly “the wrong way” in Ukraine’s final nationwide election, in 2010: the areas of Ukraine that overwhelmingly chose as Ukraine’s President the man whom Obama’s coup overthrew in February 2014. After this ethnic cleansing, maybe Ukraine can have another nationwide election, which will produce the type of outcome that the US Government likes. But on 25 May 2014, we held in Ukraine an election where people voted only in the pro-American portion of Ukraine, and only leaders who were acceptable to the US White House were allowed onto the ballot.

America’s “news” media are not reporting on America’s ethnic-cleansing program in Ukraine. It’s happening in the dark, as far as the American public are concerned: they don’t know about it. But, here it is: this, is what they are hiding from you.

Washington’s people do not call this ethnic cleansing operation what it is; they instead call it Ukraine’s “Anti Terrorist Operation,” or “ATO” for short. The people we’re massacring are “Terrorists.” What they actually are is simply the residents in the parts of Ukraine that had voted overwhelmingly for Viktor Yanukovych on 7 February 2010 to become President, the final nationwide election in Ukraine. And here these millions of “Terrorists” are now, being bombed by us, and fleeing to refuge in Russia (you can see it, and hear it happening, right there: those “Terrorists,” fleeing our bombs) — it’s part of our ethnic-cleansing operation, not of any Anti Terrorist Operation, at all. Because it is we, the United States itself, that are terrorizing them, to flee. And “we” — our Government, as if they really represented us (which they obviously do not) — are therefore mass-murdering them. This is what the US “news” media have been hiding from us, by stenographically reporting Obama’s lies, as if those lies represented truths instead of lies — just like Bush’s lies about “Saddam’s WMD” did, and the US media did, before we invaded Iraq on 19 March 2003.

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Une excellente raison de rester au Mali

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Par Nico Ramirez, Diktacratie

Le chat-bite surprise est une variante du chat-bite ordinaire. Contrairement à ce dernier que l’on a le temps de voir venir, le premier ne prévient jamais. Et il fait donc très mal. Le jeu de la balle au prisonnier n’est plus ce qu’il était, mais la partie de cache-cache conserve son intérêt : au Mali, désormais, tout le monde veut jouer à chat-bite.

La soi-disant « phase de normalisation » en cours dans le pays depuis l’élection présidentielle du mois de juillet, a pris du plomb dans l’aile, comme les deux journalistes de Radio France Internationale – Ghislaine Dupont et Claude Verlon – qui eux, ne s’en relèveront pas.

Les accords signés à Ouagadougou en juin dernier devaient à la fois encadrer le retour de l’Etat malien dans le nord du pays, et ouvrir des négociations sur les revendications des groupes armés qui tiennent la zone, c’est-à-dire les indépendantistes touaregs.

En fait, les discussions menées dans la capitale burkinabè n’ont servi qu’à permettre et faciliter le déroulement logistique du scrutin présidentiel à Kidal, en permettant le retour de l’armée malienne, jusque-là sous le coup d’une interdiction de séjour, prononcée par le MNLA (Mouvement national de libération de l’Azawad).

Au terme de l’opération Serval, dans un « Mali libéré », l’armée française avait confié Kidal aux touaregs en les débarrassant des narco-barbus sponsorisés par le Qatar. En tolérant pendant un temps le bannissement des soldats maliens.

Aujourd’hui, à Kidal, les indépendantistes touaregs continuent d’occuper les bâtiments publics, dont le gouvernorat. Le cantonnement des anciens combattants touaregs reste une vue de l’esprit.

Absolument personne ne contrôle rien à Kidal, qui est officiellement sous administration de l’État malien depuis la fin juin. Le retour de l’armée malienne a été une sinistre plaisanterie, avec à peine 200 soldats maliens stationnés dans un camp à la sortie de la ville, et dotés de moyens dérisoires.

Les troupes de la Minusma, la force des Nations unies au Mali, sont supposées assurer la sécurisation de la ville. Pauvres casques bleus guinéens, sénégalais ou togolais qui n’ont strictement aucune connaissance du terrain, et zéro expérience de maintien de l’ordre dans une pareille zone livrée à elle-même, où les armes circulent au grand jour.

Peu nombreux eux aussi sur place, les petits gars des forces spéciales françaises ne donnent guère dans les missions de gendarmerie, chat-bite oblige.

Un contexte totalement anarchique et instable qui a même permis en toute discrétion le retour en ville de plusieurs unités d’Ansar Dine, le groupe armé malien salafo-utile.

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Bassam Tahhan, Syrie vers la guerre mondiale?

BASSAM TAHHAN évoque les implications d’une possible décision de frappes aériennes par les forces occidentales de l’OTAN sur la Syrie. Selon lui, la Syrie, le Hezbollah et l’Iran pourraient très bien décider de frapper les premiers et en masse sur Israël qui ne pourrait pas résister à une première attaque sur son territoire, mais aussi sur les intérêts occidentaux dans la région.

“JE TE DÉVORE AU DÉJEUNER AVANT QUE TU NE ME DÉVORES AU DÎNER.”

West committed atrocities not Syria government: Chossudovsky

Press TV has conducted an interview with Michel Chossudovsky, Center for Research on Globalization, Montreal, on the back of UN concern for the Syrian war spilling over into other countries.

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The following is an approximate transcript of the interview.

Press TV: The UN is warning of an explosion in the Middle East if the war on Syria continues. The question is what has the UN itself done to prevent the war from exacerbating?

Chossudovsky: First of all, that statement was made by the head of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees. And the statement says that if the fighting doesn’t stop… the fighting is going to stop because the terrorists have been defeated

And essentially if Western powers put a moratorium on their support to these al-Qaeda affiliated rebels, the war is over – at least, the ground war is over. Recent developments suggest and confirm that the country is under the control of the Syrian government. The rebel forces have been defeated in al-Qusayr and they’ve also been defeated in other parts of the country.

The question of humanitarian aid has to be, from my standpoint, addressed because, who are the protagonists for humanitarian aid, so-called humanitarian aid? Precisely the countries, which supported these rebel terrorists.

And I think what we should be raising at this stage is that it is well established that this war was waged by the United States, NATO and Israel with the support of the [Persian] Gulf states Qatar and Saudi Arabia in particular and that under international law what is now required is war reparations.

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Austria says UK push to arm Syrian rebels would violate international law & Putin warns against actions fueling crisis in Syria

Forceful Austrian position signals deep EU divisions on Syria ahead of this month’s embargo decision

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Fighters from Islamist Syrian rebel group Jabhat al-Nusra take their positions on the front line during a clash with Syrian forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad in Aleppo. Photograph: Ahmed Jadallah/Reuters/REUTERS

By Julian Borger, The Guardian

“Die Briten sind not amused,” is how Die Presse reported it today. “The Brits are not amused.” The Austrian foreign ministry circulated a discussion paper (known in Brussels jargon as a non-paper) among the EU member states yesterday forcefully rebutting British and French arguments for amending the European embargo on Syria to allow weapons shipments to the rebels.

Update: here is a link to an English version of the Austrian paper [click here]

The Austrian paper argues that lifting the embargo would “constitute a breach of international and EU law” and be contrary to the “principle of non-intervention and non-use of force” laid down in the UN Charter. If the weapons ended up in the hands of the al-Nusra Front, it would also violate UN Security Council resolutions on al-Qaida, given al-Nusra’s stated affiliation.

According to the Austrian press reports the UK asked the Austrians not to circulate the paper, but Vienna did it anyway – a sign of the declining clout of the UK in Brussels as the country sinks into an internecine quagmire on EU membership.

Austria has a particular reason for opposing the lifting of the arms embargo, as it has UN peacekeeping troops deployed in the line of fire on the Golan Heights, but sources in Brussels suggest the Austrians may also be expressing the views of a EU majority that has deep reservations over lifting the embargo, particularly at a time when there is at least the glimmer of diplomatic hope in the wake of the Kerry-Lavrov agreement to hold a new international conference on Syria.

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