Tuesday, April 19, 2011 17:54 GMT UK
Sends In Troops As Ground Invasion Of Libya Accelerates
Unleashing yet another deft salvo of Orwellian doublespeak, the British
government announced today that it would be sending in military forces
to "help" Libyan rebels while still insisting that it is not
sending in military forces, as the EU gears up to dispatch a further
1,000 troops, also under the dubious pretense of preventing humanitarian
3 Wars: Are ‘victories’ worth the victims?
A leading NATO member is calling for ground troops in Libya, even though
it’s against the UN resolution. France’s foreign affairs
chairman is warning the campaign will be cornered without ‘boots
on the ground’. The French public though are unconvinced, leaving
President Sarkozy fighting a new front back home, as Daniel Bushell
Obama Scolds Texas Reporter: ‘LET ME FINISH’
A visibly agitated President Obama sat for a tense interview with veteran
Texas newsman Brad Watson. When the interview had concluded, the President
had an admonition for Mr. Watson, while the camera was still rolling.
For War On Libya Proven Fraudulent By Casualty Figures
As the EU prepares to invade Libya with ground troops under the contrived
pretext of "humanitarian aid," Texas University Professor
Alan J. Kuperman highlights the fact that the entire justification behind
the NATO-backed aggression has been proven fraudulent by casualty figures
that clearly indicate Gaddafi has not deliberately targeted civilians.
Off The Globalist Chessboard: An Introduction To put it simply, America is nearing a
checkmate scenario. Like the final torrid maneuvers of a rigged
chess match, we have been pressed, manipulated, and attacked into
the last remaining corner of the “grand global chessboard”
left to us; centralized control of all social and economic power
into the hands of an unworthy elite.
probe clears McChrystal after sacking
A Pentagon probe cleared General Stanley McChrystal of any wrongdoing
Monday and cast doubt over the accuracy of a Rolling Stone article
that got the former Afghanistan war chief sacked.
Woes Created By Elitists Behind The Scenes
Europe continues to struggle from one problem to another. The euro
has been strong only because the dollar has been weak. The governments
of Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Spain continue their balancing
acts on the edge of a financial precipice.
Governor Jan Brewer vetoes ‘birther’ bill
Legislation that requires presidential candidates to prove they
are natural born American citizens before their names can appear
on the Arizona ballot was vetoed by the state’s Republican
governor on Monday.