Sunday, November 30, 2008 17:17
Peace Threat To Pakistan India is threatening to suspend the peace process with Pakistan
in the wake of the Mumbai massacre, say reports. The country’s
government is considering the move in response to growing public anger
over the terror attacks that left 174 people dead, the Press Trust of
suggests CIA funded experiments at state hospital
Few people in Vermont remember Dr. Robert W. Hyde, but one of his former
patients can’t forget him. The doctor was involved in one of the
nation’s darkest chapters in medical science: In the 1950s, Hyde
conducted drug and psychological experiments at a Boston hospital through
funding that apparently originated with the CIA.
we started the war
For the first time ever, Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili has
admitted that his country started the military conflict in South Ossetia
in August. But the Georgian leader is adamant the action was justified.
He was testifying before a parliamentary commission investigating the
tensions may pull in U.S.
Tensions between India and Pakistan over the Mumbai attacks and
threats to move troops to the border between the nuclear rivals
are unlikely to lead to a flashpoint, analysts said on Sunday.
Max Boot just adores Barack Obama’s proposed national security
team, especially the retention of Robert Gates as Secretary of Defense
and General Jim Jones over at the NSC. “I have to admit that
I am gobsmacked by these appointments, most of which could just
as easily have come from a President McCain,” Boot fawns.
UK borders, says ‘curry king’
Britain should close its borders to all immigrants for up to 10
years to prevent potential racial unrest, says one of the country’s
highest-profile Indian-born businessmen.
seeks new missiles due to U.S. shield plans
Russia’s military said on Friday it had intensified efforts
to develop new ballistic missiles in response to U.S. plans to deploy
an anti-missile system in Europe and Russia’s navy test fired
a new generation rocket.
says not to blame for Citi’s troubles: report
Former U.S. Treasury secretary Robert Rubin said the near-collapse
of Citigroup Inc, where he is a senior counselor, was due to the
buckling financial system and not his own mistakes, according to
an interview published on The Wall Street Journal’s website
salutes Obama’s views on Afghanistan, Iran French President Nicolas Sarkozy praised US president-elect
Barack Obama’s intention to make Afghanistan a priority and
support for talks with Iran over its nuclear programme in an interview
to support global climate-change falls: Poll There is both growing public reluctance to make personal
sacrifices and a distinct lack of enthusiasm for the major international
efforts now underway to battle climate change, according to findings
of a poll of 12,000 citizens in 11 countries, including Canada.
Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The
Gold Rush & The Economy
Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer
Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"
Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket