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NAM leaders support Iran

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After six historic days, over 100 participating nations expressed support for common interests as well as host country Iran. The New York Times said Non-Aligned Movement (NAM)  “handed….Iran a diplomatic victory.” The Christian Science Monitor suggested efforts to isolate Iran failed. The Russian International News Agency (RIA Novosti) said participants …

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10 reasons why the chemical attack in Syria was a false flag operation

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The sarin-gas attack story prompted the US missile strike on a Syrian runway. Here are the top ten reasons for doubting that story, and instead calling it a convenient pretext: ONE: Photos show rescue workers treating/decontaminating people injured or killed in the gas attack. The workers aren’t wearing gloves or …

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Pentagon unable to account for $8.5 trillion of tax payer money

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When government is completely dysfunctional and seems not to serve the people’s interests, we have to wonder where our tax dollars are going. Thanks to a Reuters investigation by Scot Paltrow, we have an answer—or, rather, a non-answer. Apparently, the Pentagon has made use of $8.5 trillion of our tax money handed over …

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Austrian government no longer guarantees bank deposits

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Bank deposits in Austria will no longer enjoy state protection and a state guarantee in the event of bank runs and a bank collapse when legislation is enacted in July. The plan to ensure that the state is no longer responsible for insuring deposits has been readied by the Austrian …

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Sub-atomic particle observed as both matter & antimatter

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After 80 years of painstaking experimentation, scientists have directly observed a sub-atomic particle that is its own antiparticle. The breakthrough promises a leap forward in quantum computing and potentially shows the path to finding dark matter. The particles are called the Majorana fermions, after the Italian scientist who proposed their …

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The Snowden comments about 9/11 that NBC censored

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Only around a quarter of the recent NBC News interview with former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden made it to broadcast, but unaired excerpts now online show that the network neglected to air critical statements about the 9/11 terrorist attacks. When the four-hour sit-down between journalist Brian Williams and Snowden made …

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FBI Boston Marathon bombing coverup accelerates

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Tatiana Gruzdeva, the live-in girlfriend of Ibragim Todashev, has been arrested for a second time and is reportedly being deported for providing Boston Magazine with an interview that detailed the couple’s account of harassment by the FBI. Infowars invited Gruzdeva, who will turn 20-years old in six days, for an interview on …

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51 UN countries vote to keep Israel’s nuclear arsenal secret

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IAEA flag flatters in the wind in front of the International Atomic Energy Agency headquarers in UN city in Vienna Member states of the UN nuclear agency voted down an Arab-backed resolution targeting the Jewish state for criticism over its clandestine nuclear weapons arsenal. Fifty-one countries voted against the so-called …

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Syria: Israel is losing the battle

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In the last week we have been following British and French’s desperate attempts to push for a military intervention in Syria. It is far from being a secret that both British and French government are dominated by the Jewish Lobby. In Britain it is the ultra Zionist CFI (Conservative Friends …

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Warcrimes: Israeli fighter jets drop bombs in Syria

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Israeli fighter jets targeted a military research center near Damascus early on Wednesday morning, the Syrian army said. The statement follows earlier reports of an Israeli airstrike on a convoy with Syrian weapons heading to Lebanon. The Syrian army’s general command has issued a statement, saying an airstrike was launched …

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Nobel Peace Prize is officially a joke: European Union wins in 2012

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The European Union was announced the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize 2012. A heated debate emerged over the validity of the award amidst the backdrop of Europe’s as-yet-unsolved economic crisis. The 27-nation organization was awarded the prize for its role in “uniting the continent,” and its contributions “to the advancement of peace …

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October surprise: US and Israel prepare to strike Iran

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The United States and Israel are already involved in discussions over how they could soon conduct a joint surgical strike on Iranian nuclear facilities, a source close to the talks tells Foreign Policy magazine. After months of urging from Israeli authorities for the US to intervene in a rumored Iranian …

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Occupy Monsanto protestors shutdown GMO seed distribution facility

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On Wednesday, September 12 activists calling themselves the Genetic Crimes Unit (GCU) shut down shipping and receiving access points at Monsanto’s Oxnard seed distribution facility located at 2700 Camino Del Sol. By peacefully blockading the exit and access points the group effectively shut down the distribution of genetically engineered (GMO) …

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Food inflation will affect entire globe in 2013

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Grocery prices in the United States have risen steadily for months now, but because of the drought here at home and other global market forces, food costs are set to skyrocket around the world as well, say experts. In addition to parched farmland throughout much of the U.S. and near …

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