29 janeiro 2016


YouTube VIDEO - Blacklisted News - Storm Clouds Gathering .
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Guerra Mundial segue na Síria: Ocidente decadente no ataque, 
Eurásia ascendente na defesa.
- EUA, UK, França, Alemanha, Turquia, Sauditas, Israel.
- Rússia, China, Irã, Iraque, Síria.
The alliances and proxies of the Syrian Front explained. The concept that humanity is teetering on the edge of third world war is no longer the domain of the lunatic fringeThose of you who have been paying attention know that in reality, the war is already underway. In this video we're going examine the profiles of the key players and the alliances they've formed, expose their motives, and present evidence of crimes that they've already committed. All of our sources will be linked below.
Russia, China, and Iran have all explicitly sided with the Syrian government. Russia is providingair support, advanced anti-aircraft missile systems, heavy weapons and training. Iran, for its part, has troops on the groundor the time being, China is more preoccupied with the ongoing tensions in the South China Sea, and has not flexed its muscles in Syria as of yet. However, they should always be considered a wildcard variableThe current Iraqi government is also a wildcard. In 2015 they began to indicate where their loyalties lay in several meaningful ways. For example they told the U.S. government that new ground operations were not welcome, while at the same time announcing that they intend to look to Russia for military assistanceThe list of countries pushing for regime change in Syria is a bit longer: The United States, France, England, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Qatar, Turkey and Israel. If seeing these characters in bed together strikes you as strange, looking at their motives will clarify things considerably.

There isn't just one motive for this bloodbath. Rather there is a matrix of motives which intersect in some rather odd places. Of course money had to play a role. In 2009, Qatar put forth a proposal to build a natural gas pipeline which would have passed through Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, to Turkey and into Europe. The president of Syria, however rejected this proposal. Instead, in 2011 he forged a pact with Iraq and Iran to run a pipeline eastward cutting Qatar and Saudi Arabia out of the loop completely. It was around this time that jihadists began flooding into the region intent on ousting Assad. The West presented these groups as freedom fighters.
The vast majority of these militants (ISIS included) are Sunni jihadists, which is significant, because Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and Jordan are all Sunni as well. And Saudi Arabia in particular has a long history of spreading their preferred strain of sunni extremism (Wahhabism) by investing heavily in building mosques, madrasas, schools, and Sunni cultural centers across the Muslim world. Now they have ISIS pushing it by the barrel of a gun (ISIS adheres to the Wahhabi form of Sunni Islam). ISIS is not merely some dark aberration. Wahhabism as a philosophy calls for its adherents to take the reigns of power by force, and to impose sharia law. Wahhabism also encourages its followers to persecute Shia muslims, which they consider apostates. And of course apostasy is punishable by death. 

Iran is Shia. The current government in Iraq is Shia, and has strong ties with Iran. The pipeline deal which Assad accepted would strengthen this Shia block, and its regional influence. The Sunnis don't like this, in fact they've even coined a term to describe it: The Shia CrescentIsrael also doesn't like this "Shia Crescent", at all, and they have decided to work with the Sunnis to form a parallel block to counter balance Iran's influence. That's why Israel has launched numerous airstrikes against the Syrian government over the years (see here, here, and here), and has provided medical care, logistical support and safe passage to known jihadistsIn 2013 Israel's ambassador to the U.S., Michael Oren, told The Jerusalem Post that "The initial message about the Syrian issue was that we always wanted [President] Bashar Assad to go, we always preferred the bad guys who weren’t backed by Iran to the bad guys who were backed by Iran," he said. This was the case, he said, even if the other "bad guys" were affiliated to al-Qaida. Let that sink in for a moment.
Now at this point if you were to ask any of these governments directly why they are arming and funding jihadists in Syria they would would claim that they are only supporting the "moderate rebels", specifically the FSA. However, FSA commanders have gone on record to say that they cooperate with, and conduct joint operations with Al-Nusra (Al-Qaeda's official branch in Syria), and ISIS and Al-Nusra have officially formed alliances, , and it is well established that the FSA command has been dominated by Islamic extremists for yearsFurthermore, a think tank that was founded by Tony Blair, released a report in 2015 whichconcluded that it was pointless to attempt to make a distinction between moderate rebels and jihadists, since the majority of these groups share ISIS's core belief system, and would impose sharia law if they came into power. In this context, the support being given to these groups can only be interpreted as material support for terrorism, which is a crime. Now the U.S. government has been arming, funding and training these extremist both covertly and overtly since 2011. However this support would have been impossible without the assistance of the regional members of the anti-Assad axis. For years Jordan has allowed the CIA to run training camps for militant groups and has granted those militants safe passage into Syria. Qatar has also provided training grounds. In 2014 PBS visited one of these training camps and interviewed some of the trainees. One of the fighters told the reporters that they were being trained "how to finish off soldiers still alive after an ambush." Finishing off wounded soldiers is a clear violation of the Geneva conventions. It's a warcrime. This is a hallmark of a terrorist organization, not moderate freedom fighters. Turkey, has been the primary route for material and personnel headed in and out of jihadist territory for many years

A blatant example of this was 400 tons of weapons that were looted from Gaddafi's armories, shipped to Turkey and then moved into Syria in 2012. At this stage they weren't even trying to hide it, even though it was already clear that jihadists were receiving the lion's share of the weaponsJordan, Saudi Arabia and Qatar also have assisted in the transfer of heavy weapons directly to Al-Nusra by flying hundreds of cargo flights into Syria. And then there's the infamous Toyota trucks which ISIS drives. U.S. counter-terrorism officials made a show of investigating where they were getting these trucks, but it would have been much simpler if they had just called up the U.S. State Department. According to the PRI, the U.S. State Department has been supplying Toyota Hiluxes (the exact model being used by ISIS) to the FSA for years. "Specific equipment like the Toyota Hiluxes are what we refer to as force enablers for the moderate opposition forces on the ground," he adds. Shahbander says the US-supplied pickups will be delivering troops and supplies into battle. Some of the fleet will even become battlefield weapons. You can absolutely expect for many of those trucks to be mounted with crew-served machine guns or other type of equipment, military equipment, that the opposition forces have access to. I mean, that's one of the reasons why the Toyota Hilux is such an important force multiplier, because it could be used both for humanitarian purposes and for operational purposes as well." Knowing the real chain of alliances between these groups it makes perfect sense that ISIS would end up behind the wheel. And let's not forget about the oil. At this stage ISIS has reached a point where it no longer needs direct sponsorship. The organization earns an estimated $1 million to $2 million dollars a day through oil sales. The U.S. was aware of this but did nothing to stop it. They didn't even condemn the country which was facilitating the sale of this oil. Russia, on the other hand, began targeting oil convoys headed into Turkey in November of 2015. Shortly thereafter Turkey shot down a Russian Su-24 that supposedly violated Turkish airspace for 17 seconds. In response Russia released satellite evidence that they claim shows how Turkey is smuggling oil from ISIS. The U.S. government dismissed this evidence, but didn't counter it with any evidence of their own. So where is the oil going? We're supposed to just put that little detail out of our minds. They knew, but they did nothing. Why? Right, and I suppose we didn't call out Turkey for buying the oil because we didn't want to hurt Erdogan's feelings.

Clearly it is not in the interest of the anti-Assad axis to eliminate ISIS. The United States and France are keen to make a show of airstrikes and special forces, but what they really want is the ability to operate in Syria militarily. This is the only way they'll have any chance of influencing the outcome. Trouble is, Russia is dug in. Unlike the United States and France, they have permission to operate in the country, and this has allowed them to set up bases, and a strong anti-aircraft defense grid which at any point could be used to enforce a no-fly zone. Washington is in a weak position. It can't really win from this angle, so they'll have to find a way to put Russia off balance and retake the momentum. It's important to remember the real stakes in this conflict. The West is in a state of decline. Their influence is waning. If the U.S. and their allies fail to remove Assad from power what they will be faced with is more than just a strong Shia crescent. If they fail, they risk being edged out of the entire region, and replaced by Russia. This would give Russia an enormous amount of leverage in global energy markets, and this of course has serious implications for the petrodollar. For Washington this is an unacceptable outcome, so expect the unexpected.
Aí Síria avança mais por terra: terroristas pró-EUA entram em colapso nas linhas de defesa.
Earlier today, Tiger Forces captured the village of Tanouza as government troops continue to defeat ISIS fighters in eastern Aleppo. Just yesterday, the Syrian Arab Army captured Afesh village while also advancing from newly liberated Wadiah. The main government push seems to be west from Kuweiris Airbase towards the city of Aleppo; meanwhile, sporadic clashes continue relentlessly a few miles from Deir Hafer and Al-Bab. Regrettably from an Islamist perspective, local ISIS fighters witness themselves desperately trying to predict the next advance by Tiger Forces. 
Meanwhile, government troops find themselves in high morale as they continue to seize momentum while gradually passing through a collapsing Islamic State line of defence. Furthermore, local Syrian Arab Army commander-in-chief, General Suheil al-Hassan, has reportedly laid his eyes upon the strategic Aleppo Thermal Plant which use to deliver electricity to Aleppo city prior to the crisis. According to a military source close to al-Masdar, the Syrian Arab Army does not intend to attack the ISIS strongholds of Deir Hafer and al-Bab just yet; rather, Tiger Forces are likely to focus manpower on reaching their comrades in Aleppo city while simultaneously encircling ISIS fighters who have continuously harassed the narrow government supply line that runs from Aleppo city through al-Safirah town and onto Kuweiris Airbase. Effectively, this strategy explains the government’s advances over the past week.


South Front - Pravda - Jan 2016 - clik 1 - clik 2 
Rússia bota no mais alto alerta nuclear dez regimentos: mísseis balísticos intercontinentais.
On Tuesday, Russia’s Strategic Missile Force’s press office said that ten missile regiments of Russia’s Strategic Missile Force have assumed combat duty and the highest level of alert. The press office also stated that seven regiments armed with Topol, Topol-M and Yars mobile missile systems would advance for combat patrols in the Ivanovo, Novosibirsk, Sverdlovsk, Kirov and Irkutsk Regions, the Altai Territory and the Republic of Mary El. “The strategic missile forces will practice moving missile systems to field positions, performing marches with the change of field positions, carrying out measures for organization of the ground, camouflaging, protecting and defending military hardware and field positions,” the press office said to the reporters. According to the press office, the counter-sabotage units will block and destroy notional subversive groups, including with the use of counter-sabotage combat vehicles Taifun-M equipped with drones. The press office also said that the missile teams would be responsible to repel a ground and air attack of an imaginary enemy and carry out simulated missile launches. In addition, about 20 missile units are preparing to assume combat duty in field positions and over 30 protection formations will also perform missions during field marches. In 2016, Russia’s Strategic Missile Force is scheduled to hold over 100 command and staff, tactical and special exercises. The practice of snap combat readiness checks will be continued in the Russian Strategic Missile Force this year as well.

28 janeiro 2016


YouTube - TeleSur - Empire Files - Washington Blog - Jan 2016 clik1 clik2 clik3 
EUA nutre terror, mais recrutas: fronteira turco-síria fica aberta.
Rússia e Síria prometem fechar.
Dr. Prashad explains that the US allows Turkey to keep its border porous, benefiting ISIS and other groups working to overthrow Syria’s Assad and establish a Sunni state. The US could, but does not, invoke the NATO charter to require Turkey to close its border to cut ISIS recruitment, movement, and black market sales.  The US oligarchy “has an endgame: it is purely dystopic”, says Prashad.  “We have forgotten that we need to fight for an endgame. … The future is not merely resistance.”


Military Times - The Fourth Media - Jan 2016 - clik 1 - clik 2 
Resposta dos EUA é imperial: dispensa pretexto, invade Síria. Toma base aérea, vem invasão aí.
U.S. special operations troops have reportedly taken over an airfield in northeastern Syria, potentially clearing the way to flow more American military support to friendly militias fighting the Islamic State group. A small team of U.S. troops is setting up a base camp at Rmeilan Air Base in the Syrian Kurdish region near Syria’s Iraqi and Turkish borders, according to local reports. American helicopters operated at the base over the past couple of weeks as local workers expanded the runway, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.  The airfield was until recently under control of the Syrian Kurdish forces, known as the YPG, but was turned over to the U.S. to help expand American support for the Syrian Democratic Forces, which is the loose-knit coalition of American-backed militants fighting the Islamic State group. “Under a deal with the YPG, the U.S. was given control of the airport. The purpose of this deal is to back up the SDF, by providing weapons and an air base for U.S. warplanes,” an SDF spokesperson, Taj Kordsh, told Al-Jazeera, the Qatar-based international news network, in a report published Wednesday. In December, a team of fewer than 50 U.S. special operations troops entered Syria for the first time and made face-to-face contact with the friendly Syrian militants, defense official said.
A spokesman for the U.S. Defense Department, Army Col. Steve Warren, declined to comment on the reports of Americans using the base. “That operation is ongoing. But because of the special nature of these forces, it’s very important that we not discuss specifically where they’re located,” Warren told reporters Wednesday. Rmeilan is near some of Syria’s major oil production facilities. The airfield is in the Hasakah region, where American-backed militias have been mounting offensive operations against Islamic State-held territory northeast of the extremist group’s stronghold in Raqqa. 
EUA sai do armário, escancara apoio ao terror, mas os chama de "democráticos rebeldes".
As Syria’s rebel coalition expands its fight against the Islamic State, so too does it appear that the United States is expanding its support of the rebels. Low-resolution satellite imagery taken Dec. 28 shows construction underway to extend the runway at an airfield in Rmeilan, al-Hasaka province, which would prepare the site to accommodate larger aircraft. (Similar images captured over the course of the last few weeks had been obscured by cloud cover, making it difficult to discern more recent ground activity.) Rumors of the U.S. arrival at Rmeilan originally surfaced in early January; the images confirm that at least some of those rumors are true. Before the war, the airfield was an agricultural airstrip used by the Syrian government. As such, its runway was only 2,300 feet (700 meters) long, a length that appears to be doubling. The airfield has since been captured by the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG), which has controlled the airport for more than two years. The new and improved infrastructure could help the Syrian Democratic Forces conduct offensive operations against the Islamic State. The United States has already carried out two weapons airdrops to the rebel Syrian Arab Coalition, a faction of the Syrian Democratic Forces. But additional assistance in the Syrian Democratic Forces’ fight against the Islamic State, including efforts to drive the extremist group from its self-declared capital in Raqqa, would require a broader logistical effort than is currently underway. Expanding the Rmeilan runway could expedite this process by allowing U.S. airplanes to land and drop off supplies instead of continuing to rely on airdrops. 


YouTube VIDEO - Jan 2016 - clik 1 
Chris Hedges: "EUA sob paralisia política: oligarcas já detém poder total, falso manto do liberalismo".

27 janeiro 2016


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Rússia vai trucidando terroristas dos EUA, 484 alvos em só 3 dias: ISIS recuando, Síria retomando.
The Russian air grouping in Syria carried out 169 sorties and hit over 484 terrorist targets in the last three days, the Russian General Staff reported on January 25. 18 combat sorties were carried out by Russian Tu-22M3 Backfire strategic bombers. Since the Russian airstrike began in September 30, 2015 in Syria, the Russian warplanes made nearly 6000 sorties destroying significant terrorist positions and their assets. The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and the National Defense Forces (NDF) reportedly took full control of the Arbid Al-Judaydah district located near Kweiris Airbase in the northern province of Aleppo. The liberation of the district came after the SAA and the NDF liberated the strategic villages of Qatar and Tal Hattabat late last week. The Syrian troops are reportedly preparing a massive attack on al-Nusra militants in the coming days to break the siege of the Shiite-populated towns of al-Zahra and Nubl in northwestern Aleppo. In the West Ghouta region of rural Damascus, the SAA and the NDF liberated the last road controlled by the terrorists of Ajnad Al-Sham and Al-Nusra. The road links the two towns of Al-Mo’adhimiyah and Darayya. Folowing a series of clashes, the militants retreated west towards Mo’adhimiyah’s southeastern district.

Having lost their advantage in western parts of the country, ISIS command has now decided to concentrate its forces on trying to seize the city of Deir ez-Zor, the largest city in the eastern part of Syria. According to the intelligence sources, up to 2,000 heavily armed militants have been redeployed by ISIS to the region. On Jan. 26, ISIS militants stormed the SAA’s defenses at Al-Jazeera University, Al-Firat Hotel, and the Al-Rawad Hill, striking from several flanks to find a weakness in the Al-Baghayliyah District’s southern sector. 2 suicide bombers were used by ISIS near Al-Jazeera University. The SAA repel these attacks. However, heavy clashes are continuing.

Rússia: "lutaremos até completa aniquilação dos terroristas".
Islamic State and the Nusra Front won’t be part of the proposed Syrian ceasefire as the fight against the jihadists will go on until their complete annihilation, Russian FM Sergey Lavrov and his US counterpart, John Kerry, agreed during talks in Zurich. “The main thing is that we came to an unambiguous conclusion that the UN Security Council Resolution 2254 will remain the main basis for us to move forward,” Lavrov told journalists in Switzerland. During the negotiations, the two diplomats “discussed practical steps to ensure the conditions for a ceasefire” in Syria in accordance with the UN resolution, the Russian foreign minister added. The truce “wouldn’t apply to terrorist organizations Islamic State and the Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra),” he stressed. "They can’t be subject to an agreement on a ceasefire as they remain our enemies. And we’ll continue to fight them until their complete annihilation,” Lavrov stressed. 
Moscow and Washington insist that the peace talks between the Syrian government and opposition shouldn’t be postponed beyond January, Lavrov said. “We are not even considering the postponement of talks from January to February... We are certain that these talks must start in the next few days,” he said. The intra-Syrian talks are scheduled to take place in another Swiss city, Geneva, on January 25. The negotiations will focus on such issues as the tasks of the transition period, preparation of the new constitution and early election, the FM said, adding that Russia, the US and other foreign players will only monitor the talks. Lavrov was also asked whether Kerry and him had reached an agreement on the participation of the Ahrar ash-Sham and Jaish al-Islamin groups in the Syrian talks. "We can say that there is no such agreement," the Russia's top diplomat replied. Russia presented data on the terrorist nature of both groups to the US during the Zurich meeting, maintaining its stance that Ahrar ash-Sham and Jaish al-Islamin have no place at the negotiating table. hrar ash-Sham “is known to have been repeatedly shelling residential quarters of Damascus and Russia's embassy. Ahrar ash-Sham is a child of Al-Qaeda," Lavrov explained.

25 janeiro 2016


The Globe and Mail - Business Insider - Reuters - clik 1 - clik 2 - clik 3 
Ocidente em colapso, castelo de cartas: 15 trilhões se evaporam. Mas a tormenta mal começou.
This time, maybe not – though you can’t fault them for their pessimism, given the wholesale slaughter in the commodities markets in recent weeks. Broadly speaking, commodities lose value when demand falls. Demand falls when economies lose growth momentum or go into reverse. Surely, the commodities markets are saying the end is nigh for growth, so sell, sell, sell. Not so fast. Yes, growth in some big economies, notably China, has become weaker (even if China is still expanding at rates that Europe and North America would kill for), but the commodities plunge does not necessarily mean it’s time to load the F-150 with survival gear and head for the hills. 
Commodities are falling because one of the biggest commodities bubbles since the Second World War, perhaps the biggest, is deflating at an alarming rate. The bubble formed when the world’s biggest mining companies, from Glencore and Rio Tinto to Anglo American and Vale, bought into the “stronger-for-longer” cycle on the assumption that China would devour everything that was gouged out of the ground in ever greater quantities for decades to come. It appears they miscalculated – big time: China’s growth rates have fallen to 6 to 7 per cent a year in recent years from 10 to 11 per cent. As undisciplined CEOs casually tossed fortunes into mine development everywhere, supply surged to the point that it exceeded demand growth. As for oil, global demand is not actually falling. 
There’s simply too much of it around, thanks to the U.S. shale revolution, the expansion of the Alberta oil sands, the return of Iran to the export markets and relentless pumping by OPEC, which is bent on regaining market share lost to the Americans, the Canadians and the Russians. In that sense, OPEC is no longer a cartel; it is just another player, albeit a big one, in the global oil free-for-all. For the first time since the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries was formed in 1960, the global oil markets are truly competitive, and robust competition tends to drive prices down. Cynical geopolitics is helping: Saudi Arabia is unlikely to reward its enemy Iran by curtailing its own oil production to prop up prices. Students of oil and economics will realize that crude prices are a reliable predictor of economic trends, but only in the contrary sense. Historically, rising oil prices have preceded recessions, as they did before the 2008 Great Recession, when oil reached $147 a barrel and Americans were paying $4 a gallon for gasoline (it’s now half that price). At the same time, falling oil prices have preceded rising economic growth. When oil prices fell sharply between 1992 and 1993 and between 2001 and 2002, for instance, global growth took off. 
The oil price plunge is unambiguously good news for the global economy. It transfers trillions of dollars of wealth from oil-exporting countries to oil-consuming countries. Since there are a lot more of the latter, the net effect is positive – even if it causes enormous pain to the likes of Saudi Arabia, Russia, Nigeria and Venezuela. When fuel prices fall, consumers’ buying power increases, especially in regions that are clogged with cars, such as Europe and North America; a cheaper fill-up is the equivalent of a tax cut. To be sure, the markets may be selling off for reasons beyond fears of a global recession. Some investors are unnerved by the new rate-hiking agenda of the U.S. Federal Reserve. Some fear the commodities rout could trigger a massive bankruptcy or two among the big commodities companies, delivering another bank crisis. The deflation threat has not gone away; quite the opposite with oil prices so low. There is a legitimate concern that China’s growth rates are tumbling faster than the official figures indicate. But falling oil prices, coupled with low interest rates and stimulus measures here and there, could also signal a return to rising global growth rates. If that were to happen, the markets could lose their fear factor. On Thursday, Capital Economics delivered a rather bullish signal. In a new forecast, it said that “despite the prevailing gloom about the world economy, we think global growth will pick up from around 2.5 per cent last year to 3 per cent in both 2016 and 2017.” Take a deep breath. The end may not be nigh after all. Cheap commodities might do the trick. 


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HISTÓRICO: Eurásia cinge núcleo China-Irã, US$600 bi em acordos, países amigos há 2.000 anos.
President Xi Jinping’s visit to Iran – the first by a Chinese leader in 14 years – has resulted in 17 agreements being signed between the two countries, with Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani saying this opens a new chapter in their relations. The negotiations between Rouhani and his Chinese counterpart ended Saturday with the signing of 17 accords and agreements, including a number aimed at creating a modern version of the ancient Silk Road trade route, as well as cooperation in developing peaceful nuclear energy. International sanctions imposed on the Islamic republic were lifted on January 16, after Iran fulfilled key aspects of a deal signed with global powers. “The important visit by… President Xi Jinping… marks an important, historic event and I am sure that a new chapter has started in relations between Iran and China,” Iranian media outlet Press TV cited President Rouhani as saying.
Xi Jinping also praised a new “prospect in relations between the two countries” that would serve “regional and global peace.” Beijing is seeking “strategic ties with Iran,” particularly in the energy market, the Chinese president said, as quoted by Press TV. A top oil consumer, China continued to buy Iranian crude even after international sanctions targeting Tehran’s energy sector were introduced, according to Press TV. “We are happy that President Xi visited Iran after the lifting of sanctions ... Iran and China have agreed to increase trade to $600 billion in the next 10 years,” Reuters cited President Rouhani as saying during a televised news conference. As of 2014, transactions between Tehran and Beijing amounted to $52 billion. “Iran and China have agreed on forming strategic relations (as) reflected in a 25-year comprehensive document,” Rouhani also said, mentioning countering “terrorism and extremism in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and Yemen” as among the most burning issues. The Chinese president is set to meet with Iran’s spiritual leader, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, later on Saturday. China’s leader is on a Middle East tour that started on January 19, having already visited Egypt and Saudi Arabia.

Goal Miss, do you think that if we look at the cooperation between Iran and China and, of course, also on the cooperation between Russia, China and Iran. Do you think that we are looking at the emergence of a new global paradigm? As I said Ricardo, if you look at what is happening not so much as a situation where one entity that has full control over the other, in his opinion, less strong form, but more like a partnership. Do you think that strategically, politically, the situation is changing due to global destinations, by the steps which, as we can see, China is now doing?
CAROL GOL, a journalist engaged in independent investigations: Yes, I think so. And as I said before, what happened this weekend with the signing of 17 trade agreements worth $ 600 billion, it is very important. It is more significant than previously thought. As I said, China now needs help. The country's economy is experiencing very rapid growth. And as noted by Scott, the European market, the UK market, the United States did not bring enough revenue to China because these countries are faced with many challenges. And Scott said, there is a possibility of another bankruptcy of a number of western banks or a new collapse, in 2008. So, I think this is a strategic alliance between Iran, China and Russia, based on trade rather than military might, is now a very important factor . And if, I hope this association will develop and create favorable for all three countries, the situation in the trade, especially for Iran, because Iran has for decades suffered from the sanctions. If there is an opportunity to restore trade due to any possible areas: agriculture, technology, manufacturing, this opens the way for the conclusion of new alliances. And as I said, we must ensure that what is happening in the United States. This is a very important period.

Eurásia lança novo paradigma de relações: comércio e paz, ao invés de guerras e chantagens dos EUA.
Press TV has interviewed Mike Billington, a member of the Executive Intelligence Review in Leesburg, to discuss the remarks made by Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei in a meeting with visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping, slamming the US-led coalition formed with the alleged aim of targeting terrorists in the Middle East, saying Washington has never been honest about its motives.
The following is a rough transcription of the interview.
Press TV: Let’s start off with the significance of what has taken place today with at least I believe 17 different agreements being inked in Tehran with the Chinese delegation - the significance of all of this as for as Iran-China ties? Billington: Well I think the two issues, the question of the Chinese visit and the question of Ayatollah [Khamenei’s] comments about Obama’s duplicity in his so-called war on terrorism are directly connected. China of course has had very close relations with Iran all along despite having to abide by certain sanctions, so they are going to expend relations now but it is most important that they visited Saudi Arabia first who also sells most of its oil to the Chinese and has China as its major trade representative. 
So it is clear although this is not in the public news, it is clear that what Xi Jinping has done in the context of the new paradigm put together by China and the BRICS countries opposed to the destructive policy and the financial collapse now sweeping the Western world, that Xi Jinping is basically telling the Saudis and the Wahhabi crowd that they cannot continue the British instigation of permanent Sunni Shia warfare and attacks on Iran, that they have to abandon the war policy of Obama and the British and go towards collaboration with all the nations of the Middle East on real development, development that is actually being put forward by the Chinese and their collaborators in the BRICS nations. So this is a major game changer. It is a very important intervention by Xi Jinping and on the other issue of America’s falseness on the issue of terrorism. Mr. Putin has intervened very forcefully in Syria to expose the fact that Ayatollah Khamenei is exactly right that Obama was not fighting terrorism but that as in fact our own military leadership, the head of our Defense Intelligence Agency General Michael Flynn has exposed precisely what Ayatollah [Khamenei] said which was that Obama in Libya and in Syria are not in the least bit interest that are fighting terrorism. In fact his explicit policy has been to ally with terrorist organizations in order to achieve his objective which is regime change, regime change against secular leaders, as Bush did against Saddam Hussein and as Obama has with Gaddafi and is trying to do with Assad to basically leave countries in the hands of warring terrorist factions spurring the Sunni Shia and permanent warfare policy, treating the Middle East as a cockpit for their intended confrontation and war with Russia and even with China. So what Putin and Xi Jinping have done is crucial. This is what Mr. LaRouche has identified as the new paradigm capable of reversing the current dissent in the global economic chaos and probable world war. 

23 janeiro 2016


YouTube VIDEO - Architects, Engineers 9-11 - Jan 2016 - clik 1 - clik 2 
9-11, DOCUMENTÁRIO: arrasa a versão oficial, cheia de absurdos. Foi crime local, não atentado.
Autoria: bombeiros, policiais e soldados - socorristas do atentado.
- There was the miracle of the nineteen hijackers who defeated a multi-billion dollar air defense system with two-dollar box cutters — five of whom would later return from the grave. 
And then there was the miracle of flight school dropout who, after accomplishing 270-degree turn that pilots with 30 years of experience could not execute, maneuvered commercial jetliner toward his target as though he were backing family car into garage.
There were miracles of passenger cell phones functioning at altitudes of 30,000 feet, well above their operational range; 
of a hijacker's intact passport found unscathed amidst pulverized debris at Ground Zero; 
of oxygen-starved, carbon-based office fires reaching heat hot enough to melt steel; 
and straight-down explosive collapse of two 110-story towers in less than 20 seconds.

One of the many 9/11 miracles: the miracle of the most important building never heard of — World Trade Center Building 7. This 576-foot steel-framed high-rise , consisting of 47 football-field-sized floors of structural steel and concrete, each supported by 80 columns, WTC 7 was not hit by a plane. But on September 11th, it fell suddenly and symmetrically through itself into a smoldering mass of melted steel and pulverized rubble in less than seven seconds. The official explanation: random office fires on the 12th floor.

22 janeiro 2016


The Telegraph, UK - Washington Blog Jan 2016 - clik 1 - clik 2 
Ex-chefe BIS: "sistema financeiro perigosamente instável, encara épica avalanche de bancarrotas".
The global financial system has become dangerously unstable and faces an avalanche of bankruptcies that will test social and political stability, a leading monetary theorist has warned. "The situation is worse than it was in 2007. Our macroeconomic ammunition to fight downturns is essentially all used up," said William White, the Swiss-based chairman of the OECD's review committee and former chief economist of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). "Debts have continued to build up over the last eight years and they have reached such levels in every part of the world that they have become a potent cause for mischief," he said. "It will become obvious in the next recession that many of these debts will never be serviced or repaid, and this will be uncomfortable for a lot of people who think they own assets that are worth something," he told The Telegraph on the eve of the World Economic Forum in Davos

"The only question is whether we are able to look reality in the eye and face what is coming in an orderly fashion, or whether it will be disorderly. Debt jubilees have been going on for 5,000 years, as far back as the Sumerians." The next task awaiting the global authorities is how to manage debt write-offs - and therefore a massive reordering of winners and losers in society - without setting off a political storm. Mr White said Europe's creditors are likely to face some of the biggest haircuts. European banks have already admitted to $1 trillion of non-performing loans: they are heavily exposed to emerging markets and are almost certainly rolling over further bad debts that have never been disclosed. The European banking system may have to be recapitalized on a scale yet unimagined, and new "bail-in" rules mean that any deposit holder above the guarantee of €100,000 will have to help pay for it. The warnings have special resonance since Mr White was one of the very few voices in the central banking fraternity who stated loudly and clearly between 2005 and 2008 that Western finance was riding for a fall, and that the global economy was susceptible to a violent crisis. 

17 janeiro 2016


 Washington Post - Business Insider - Week - Sputnik .
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EUA bota tanques de guerra na cara da Rússia: em cavernas na Noruega, centenas de blindados.
The Pentagon sent tanks, armored vehicles, and containers full of other military gear to caves in Norway. It's all for the U.S. Marine Corps, which wants to update and expand its Scandinavian stockpile.  The Corps has stashed weapons and equipment in the Norwegian countryside since the 1980s. With this setup, Marines can fly in and be ready for a fight in no time.  In addition, the Pentagon saves money by not having to keep a large force in Norway year-round. Washington already spends billions each year running huge bases across Europe.  But in the past, Marines rushing toward the sound of gunfire might have lacked firepower. Five years ago, Humvees with machine guns and missiles were the only combat vehicles in Norwegian storage, according to tables in an official Marine Corps handbook.  In August, the military added M-1A1 Abrams tanks and a number ofAssault Breacher Vehicles to the bunkers. The latter are heavily armored tracks designed to blow up minefields and push through other obstacles.
MOSCOW, August 5 (RIA Novosti) - US cargo ship USNS PFC Dewayne T. Williams is expected to arrive in the small Norwegian village of Namdalseid on August 10, bringing heavy tanks, armored personnel carriers and landing crafts, the local Adresseavisen newspaper reported on Tuesday. The cargo will include third-generation main battle tanks of the M1A1 Abrams type. This new, heavier equipment will replace trucks and personnel carriers which were previously stored in the mountain bunkers of Central Norway. Local defense sources, cited by the Norwegian Aftenposten newspaper, say that the US’ decision to change war equipment stored in Norway was made on the basis of experiences from Iraq and Afghanistan. Researcher Brett Ulriksen from the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs believes this new arrival to be a sign of the US grim outlook on the future of Europe. “This may well be related to the Ukraine crisis”, he told Aftenposten. The US has a total of six storage units located in the mountains of Norway’s central Trøndelag region. In addition to this, US war equipment is stored at two Norwegian Air Force stations in the area, one of them being co-located with Trondheim Airport Værnes, an international airport serving Trondheim, the country’s third-largest city. The storage units were built during the Cold War and were the subjects of major controversy at that time. The first US ship containing military equipment arrived in the area in mid ‘80s and was met with demonstrations from local residents and harsh criticism from Soviet press, Adresseavisen writes. Now, however, there seems to be little controversy surrounding this issue, as even the NATO-opposing Socialist Left Party agreed to sign a renewal of the storage deal in 2006.


National Interest - Radio Free Europe - Sputnik - Jan 2016 - clik1 clik2 clik3 clik4 
Mar Báltico, Rússia fecha flanco contra OTAN: pode controlar bem rápido, bloquear toda entrada.
US and NATO troops should better stop posturing up and provoking Russia in the Baltic Sea, as the Russian Baltic Fleet can take control of the entire sea in a short period of time, blocking NATO from even entering the area, Commander of the US Army in Europe Ben Hodges said, according to the Baltic Times. NATO troops would not be able to do anything to prevent the Russian Baltic Fleet from blocking the Baltic Sea and cutting off the three Baltic states — Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania — from the rest of the military alliance. "Kaliningrad now has the ability to deny access of our [US] Navy or any NATO Navy to come to the Baltic Sea. From Kaliningrad Russia can stop from entering coming in to the Baltic Sea, and there we have three NATO allies — Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania," Lieutenant-General Hodges explained, according to the source. The US General added that the United States and the rest of NATO should be alarmed by this fact.

Kaliningrado: maciço armamento e tropas, um ponto militar dos mais fortes em toda a Europa.
Russia is pouring troops and weapons -- including missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads -- into its western exclave of Kaliningrad at such a rate that the region is now one of Europe's most militarized places. A NATO official, writing to RFE/RL on condition of anonymity, said that Moscow is stationing "thousands of troops, including mechanized and naval infantry brigades, military aircraft, modern long-range air defense units and hundreds of armored vehicles in the territory." The military activity in Kaliningrad, which has no land connection to Russia and which borders EU members Lithuania and Poland, has raised alarms in Vilnius and Warsaw that can be clearly heard in Brussels and Washington. "They're making quite big military exercises in the Kaliningrad district [which is] very, very close to our neighborhood," says Andrius Kubilius, a former Lithuanian prime minister. "So of course we are worried about such military developments very close to our borders."  In part due to such concerns, NATO this month is carrying out military maneuvers in Poland and the Baltic States, a U.S. military convoy recently travelled across Eastern and Central Europe in a show of the defense alliance's commitment to protect the region, and Washington is reportedly debating whether to store heavy military equipment in several Baltic and Eastern European countries bordering Russia. The Kaliningrad region, which lies along the Baltic Sea in what was once East Prussia, has long held strategic value.

OTAN confessa, não pode repelir ataque russo no Báltico: "podem tomar tudo em 2 dias, até Kiev".
The deployment of Iskander-M missile complexes in Kaliningrad will “fundamentally change the balance of security in Europe,” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said during a speech at the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies on Wednesday. Stoltenberg described Moscow’s actions as “unjustified, destabilizing and dangerous” while adding that the alliance did not wish to deepen its confrontation with Russia. In Moscow President Vladimir Putin’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov dismissed the NATO chief’s words about Moscow allegedly using military drills as a cover for moving troops to Ukrainian territory as “irrelevant.” On Wednesday, Czech General Petr Pavel who will assume office of Chairman of the NATO Military Committee on June 1, 2015, said that Russia is capable of seizing the Baltic countries and the Ukrainian capital of Kiev within two days. The general also believes that if Russia launched an offensive then NATO forces would be incapable of repelling the attack. Major General Mikhail Matvievsky, chief of Strategic Missile Forces and the Artillery of the Russian Ground Forces, said earlier this month that a missile brigade redeployed to the Kaliningrad region would be equipped with Iskander-M complexes before 2018. The Iskander-M (also referred to as NATO's reporting name SS-26 Stone) is characterized by high mobility and maneuverability, as it takes just 20 minutes to place the system in operational readiness. The system is capable of hitting targets at a distance of up to 500 kilometers, with a precision of around 30 centimeters. It can hit adversary troops or underground command centers, depending on the warheads placed on the rockets. The system can also fire high-precision R-500 cruise missiles.