Contre-portrait d’OBAMA – Pour en finir avec l’idolâtrie


Par Guillaume de Rouville,

Frantz Fanon dirait de lui qu’il a la peau noire et le masque blanc, on pourrait ajouter qu’il sert bien l’oligarchie qui l’a porté au pouvoir en ayant nommé dans son administration des dizaines de membres de la commission Trilatérale de son mentor Brzezinski (adepte de la domination de l’Eurasie par les États-Unis),

ajouter qu’il a sauvé ses amis de Wall Street en imprimant des centaines de milliards de dollars sans exiger de contreparties (sans doute pour les remercier d’avoir financé sa campagne électorale), ajouter qu’il a approuvé les plus gros budgets militaires de l’histoire des États-Unis ainsi que la plus grande vente d’armes de son pays en faveur de l’Arabie Saoudite qui continue, pourtant, au vu et au su de tous, à financer le terrorisme islamique partout dans le monde et à violer les droits de l’homme les plus basiques,

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Drone Deals Go International … With No Disclosure


By Joe Wright, Activist Post

If one ever needed a case of clear war profiteering with zero concern for the fallout, one need look no further than the international market in drone warfare.

Despite the endless parade of terrorist bogeymen who are ready to down planes (repeatedly) with firecrackers in their underpants, there is very little national concern for the fact that the U.S. is selling drone aircraft to “undisclosed countries.” Perhaps because it hasn’t exactly been broadcast by corporate media.

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By Joe Wolverton II at The New American


About 3 a.m. local time, two Hellfire missiles were fired by a U.S. Predator Drone at a house in Pakistan on Friday morning, killing four people suspected of being members of al-Qaeda or the Taliban.

The target of Friday’s strike was a building in Miranshah, the largest town in the North Waziristan area, designated by the U.S. government as a compound in use by the Taliban and al-Qaeda.

Eyewitnesses report that the missiles caused a fire that destroyed the entire structure.

Early reports indicate that three alleged “militants” were killed by the drone, while four others were wounded, one or more of whom was a foreigner.

Statements made by anonymous agents of the Pakistani government indicate that the missiles destroyed the house while those inside were asleep.

Although Pakistan has called on the United States to cease the drone attacks within that country, the Obama administration has ignored this request. In fact, the number of drones in the air, missiles fired by them, and the body count all continue increasing exponentially under orders issued by Barack Obama.

The government of Pakistan castigates its erstwhile ally for the prosecution of the Predator program, calling it an overt attack on the country’s sovereignty. However, other credible reports from inside the government indicate that while the official stance of Pakistan is to denounce the attacks, behind the scenes they have taken another tack — allowing drones to launch from Pakistani airbases and providing intelligence to help track targets.
Pakistan’s cooperative posture might be slouching lately, however, after the death of two Pakistani soldiers deployed along that nation’s border with Afghanistan. In all, at least 24 Pakistani soldiers have been killed by drones deployed in American airstrikes. Pakistan responded by shutting down the pipeline of NATO materiel that runs through the country, as well as booting the United States and its Predator drones off of an airbase in the southwest region of the country.
The move proved to be little more than an inconvenience, as the base was used by the United States only to repair planes and Predators damaged in Afghanistan. For Pakistan, though, the opposition is likely indicative of a more long-term policy shift. In fact, the nation’s parliament is now embroiled in lengthy debates about their support for the drone program going forward.

On Thursday, officials of the government of Pakistan called for talks with the United States to commence before the debates in parliament are wrapped up.

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Syria: Pentagon Prepares Military “Options” for War Prez’ Obama

By Kurt Nimmo at

The Pentagon and the U.S. Central Command are preparing “options” for Obama as the United States transitions from diplomatic pressure to military action against Syria.

“Before we start talking about military options, we very much want to ensure that we have exhausted all the political, economic and diplomatic means at our disposal,” Ambassador Susan Rice said on CNN’s “Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer” on Wednesday.


The Free Syrian Army is widely recognized as a creation of NATO. It receive support from MI6, the CIA, and British SAS.

The administration calls the preparation a “scooping exercise” designed to find out what military assets Obama will use when the signal is finally given to attack Syria. According to CNN, the planning exercise is typical Pentagon protocol.
“The Pentagon is closely monitoring developments in Syria. It wouldn’t be doing its job if it didn’t put some ideas on the table,” senior U.S. officials explained. “But absolutely no decisions have been made on military support for Syria.”

According to CNN, the options under consideration include military support for opposition groups supported by NATO, the CIA and MI6. Military strikes by the U.S. inside the country are also under consideration.

Most of the analysis is being done by the staff of Gen. James Mattis, head of U.S. Central Command. Mattis is working in collaboration with General Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who will present options to the White House.

Earlier today, the Israeli-centric intelligence outfit DEBKAfile reported both British and Qatari Special forces have been dispatched to Syria. DEBKA says “tactical advisers” are working in tandem with the Syrian opposition, but are not involved in the fighting.

“The report suggests that the situation in Syria is developing in an almost identical manner to how rebels in Libya were aided by British and French Special Forces,” writes Paul Joseph Watson.

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