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Australia to pass NDAA style indefinite detention law

Sydney

Following Australia’s passing of draconian anti-terror laws late September, the country took another step in the direction. This may allow its security services to detain anyone without charge even before other methods of questioning have been exhausted. The proposed new laws will be subject to a parliamentary inquiry’s decision before …

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New York Times admits it lied about Iraq, Syria and Ukraine

NYT The New York Times

Mainstream media is being forced to retract its propaganda more and more quickly. The New York Times pushed fabricated evidence in the run up to the Iraq war. A year later, the newspaper apologized for its inaccurate, one-sided coverage. The U.S. and the New York Times pretended that Syria’s government was responsible for the chemical …

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Russia blamed for massive JP Morgan data breach

JP Morgan Chase

Editor’s note: as we have been predicting, the coming economic collapse will likely be a false flag cyberattack that brings down the banking system and will be blamed on either Russia, China, Iran or Syria. Much like the flight MH 17 incident in Ukraine which we reported, Russia was blamed with …

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Sweden to officially recognise State of Palestine

Stefan Lofven Sweden

Sweden’s newly-formed center-left government is set to recognize Palestine as a sovereign state, said Prime Minister Stefan Lofven. If Stockholm proceeds with the move it will be the first EU-member to officially endorse Palestinian statehood. “The conflict between Israel can only be solved with a two-state solution, negotiated in accordance …

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Who will profit from the wars in Iraq and Syria?

Fighter jet

If there’s one thing we should have learned over the past 13 years of war, it’s that war is good business for those in the business of war. Unfortunately, while profits for the Pentagon’s contractors increase, so does the cost to taxpayers in billions in waste, fraud, and abuse. As …

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New Australian law sees journalists facing 10yrs in prison

Australia journalism

Australia’s lower house of parliament has passed the first in a series of counter-terrorism amendments toughening the country’s national security law. The new legislation could see journalists jailed for reporting on related matters. National Security Amendments Bill (No. 1), passed by Australia’s House of Representatives on Wednesday, says a person …

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Khorasans: about as real as the Kardashians

Kim Kardashian

Obama is now – after the fact – scrambling to justify bombing the sovereign nation of Syria without the permission of either the Syrian government or even the United States Congress by saying that we were going after the super-evil Khorasans, who were about to attack us. My God!  That …

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US, UK and Australia to reject Palestinian bid for statehood at UN

UN meeting

Palestinian sources say that the US, UK, and Australia have each indicated that they would reject a Palestinian-proposed UN Security Council resolution setting a timetable for ending Israel’s administration of the West Bank and establishing an independent Palestinian state on the pre-1967 armistice lines. Haaretz reports that members of Palestinian Authority President …

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Declining United States to spend $1 trillion on nuclear weapons

Nuke

Despite campaigning on a platform that endorsed having “a nuclear-free world” in the not so distant future, United States President Barack Obama is overseeing an administration that’s aim has taken another path, the New York Times reported this week. On Sunday, journalists William Broad and David Sanger wrote for the Times that …

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Hong Kong protests escalate as police use force

Protests Hong Kong

Hong Kong police have fired repeated volleys of tear gas to disperse pro-democracy protests and baton-charged the crowd blocking a key road in the government district after official warnings against illegal demonstrations. Student groups are spearheading a civil disobedience campaign along with democracy activists to pressure Beijing into granting full …

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