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ENDLESS WAR: War On ‘Terrorism’ In Africa To Last ‘Decades’

David Cameron said the fight against terrorism in north Africa would go on for years or "even decades" as he announced that a total of six Britons were thought to have died in the Algerian hostage crisis. Three British nationals are known to have been killed, and three more were missing presumed dead, Cameron said in a statement from Chequers on Sunday morning. A British resident is also presumed to have be ...

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FLEXING THEIR MUSCLE: Russia Begins Major Naval Drills In Mediterranean

Russia has launched its largest naval exercises in decades in the Mediterranean and Black Seas near the territorial waters of Syria amid the ongoing crisis in the Arab country. 
 The drills “are held in line with the Russian Armed Forces’ 2013 combat training plan and focus on interoperability of task forces from several fleets while on a mission in a far-off maritime zone,” said an official statement by Ru ...

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INSIDE JOB: Iran Army Cmnd. ’9/11 Was Pretext For Middle East Invasion’

A senior Iranian commander says the United States planned the 9/11 terrorist attacks to use them as pretext to invade the energy-rich Middle East. “The US, looking for a pretext to invade the Middle East, masterminded the 9/11 incident and pointed an accusing finger at Muslim countries,” Commander of the Iranian Army Ground Forces Brigadier General Ahmad-Reza Pourdastan said on Saturday. 
 Pourdastan added ...

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Thousands of Armed Protestors Storm State Capitols!!! [W/ PHOTOS]

Gunning for no change: Thousands of armed protestors gather at state capitols in pro-assault rifle rallies across the country 'Guns Across America' rallies held days after President Barack Obama unveiled a sweeping package of gun-control proposals Mass turnout includes thousands in New York and hundreds in Connecticut, New Hampshire and Texas Minnesota state Rep. Tony Cornish said he would push to allow 21- ...

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GUN CONTROL IS MORE DEADLY THAN WAR: CHICAGO MURDERS TOP AFGHANISTAN DEATH TOLL

The death toll by murder in Chicago over the past decade is greater than the number of American forces who have died in Afghanistan since the beginning of Operation Enduring Freedom, according to a police analysis. In addition, police reports in Chicago – where President Obama once worked as a community organizer and where his former chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, now serves as mayor – show most of the city’ ...

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Bigger THREAT Israel or Iran?

Two days before national elections, Israel's prime minister on Sunday shrugged off international criticism of Israeli settlement construction, charging instead that Iran's suspect nuclear program the real threat to regional security. 
 Speaking to his Cabinet, Benjamin Netanyahu said he had told a group of visiting U.S. senators over the weekend that "the problem is not building ... The problem in the Middl ...

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The Depths of American Brutality

In 1971, Major Gordon Livingston, a West Point graduate who served as regimental surgeon with the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, testified before members of Congress about the ease with which Americans killed Vietnamese. “Above 90 percent of the Americans with whom I had contact in Vietnam,” said Dr. Livingston, treated the Vietnamese as subhuman and with “nearly universal contempt.” To illustrate his point ...

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The Real Gun Show: The Business of War

SOFEX is where the world's leading generals come to buy everything from handguns to laser-guided missile systems. It stands for "Special Operations Forces Exhibition Conference" and it's essentially a trade-show where just about anyone with enough money can buy the most powerful weapons in the world. 
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BLACKLISTS: Russia Confirms ‘Guantanamo List’ Against US

Russia confirmed on Friday the existence of its "Guantanamo List," which it said was a retaliatory measure for the US Congress' passage of the Magnitsky Act. 
 "In our relations with the United States, we have so-called ‘blacklists.’ The makeup of these lists, as well as the criteria on which they are based, is not a matter of general discussion," the Foreign Ministry's Deputy Head Sergei Ryabkov said. "As ...

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F#@% CUOMO: Cops Are Outraged That New York’s New Magazine Limit Could Apply to Them

In my column this week, I asked why police officers should be allowed to have so-called high-capacity magazines if they have no defensive value. Since "no one needs" to fire more than X number of rounds before reloading (and assuming that "need" should define what people are allowed to possess), why not apply the same limit to everyone? It looks like the New York legislature, which this week reduced the sta ...

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