"Libyan revolution and more infantile leftism" As you can see from the comments, the professional Western 'left' isn't ready for any criticism of its vile attempts to take over the Arab Spring (I can't imagine as big a group of failures as the professional Western 'left' - unable to do anything about their own countries being run into the ground, they presume to be experts on everybody else!). I stand with Nasrallah. These are Arab revolutions, and the Arabs are entitled to run them as they like, including making, and learning from, their own mistakes. As we can see, the West, including the Western militaries, are powerless in these battles.
"Cuban ex-CIA agent acquitted of charges alleging he lied during US immigration hearing" The jury refused to allow two hours of recorded admissions by Luis Posada Carriles to sway them into making a proper decision.
"Cuba denounces acquittal of former CIA agent Luis Posada as a farce"
"On the Result of the Icesave Referendum"
"Pakistan Tells U.S. It Must Sharply Cut C.I.A. Activities" The "Raymond A. Davis" game continues.
"US banana firm hired Colombian paramilitaries" The corporate culture of some companies is steeped in pure evil, and Chiquita is amongst the worst.
"WikiLeaks: Great power rivalry at the UN" On Brazil sucking up to the United States to get a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council.
"More Pentagon Papers Donald Rumsfeld Doesn’t Want You to See" It is difficult to remember that Rumsfeld was supposed to be one of the smart ones.
"Bruce Ivins, first bioterrorist/country recording artist ever?"
CIA Tries to ‘Edit the Past’ With Release of Declassified Documents on Internet - Sputnik | January 21, 2017 There is more to the CIA’s online release of unclassified documents than meets the eye, security expert Dmitry Efimov told Sputn...
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