On June 17, G8 leaders began two days of talks in Northern Ireland. Seven nations want escalated war on Syria. Putin’s alone. He’s an outlier for peaceful conflict resolution.
It’s official. Iran’s Interior Minister Mostafa Mohammad-Najjar announced it. Rohani won 50.7% of 36.7 million votes cast.
On June 14, Iranians began voting.
Most Syrians support Assad. They do so for good reason. Mass crowds turn out in liberated areas. Syria’s military is cheered.
It’s scheduled for June 14. Eight candidates will participate. If none achieve a 50% or more majority, a June 21 runoff will follow.
Unequivocal, verifiable evidence is absent. Reports are largely hearsay. Some later contradict earlier ones. Dzhokkar Tsarnaev faces unsubstantiated charges. America operates that way.
False flags are an American tradition. They go way back. The Boston bombings appear the latest.
Mounting evidence suggests state-sponsored terrorism. Expect more later to confirm it.
“War is the father of all things” (Heraclitus) – and also of women’s liberation. Its reality in the 21st century has endowed us with its latest stage (for now). After the fairer sex has already refuted all the prejudices about female inhibitions in the prisons of Abu Graibh in the most illustrative way, it is only logical that the US Army has opened the way for them to conquer other male domains.
A stunning Ministry of Foreign Affairs report on Prime Minister Medvedev’s agenda at the World Economic Forum this week states that Russia will warn President Obama that the “time has come” for the world to know the truth about aliens, and if the United States won’t participate in the announcement, the Kremlin will do so on its own.
You are no longer a white man and we Indians own everything.
Now, if an Indian chief asked you to sign this treaty, would you?
Ezra Levant of sunnewsnetwork.ca did a very good job of explaining Treaty 9 between the Government of Canada and First Nations in 1905. Except Ezra forgot one little detail. The diaries of Daniel G. MacMartin.