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Israel's crocodile tears as Putin outmaneuvers and neutralizes Netanyahu

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00:48 

Is Obama readying for war on Texas?

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00:43 

Israeli gunmen kidnap patient from Palestinian hospital

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00:39 

The US has launched 6700 airstrikes on ISIS...

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00:30 

Syrian Observatory for Human Rights Outed -Again -as a Zionist Front

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00:23 

TPP: What You Need to Know About One of the Worlds Biggest Trade Deals

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After more than six years of negotiations, trade ministers from 12 Pacific Rim countries have come to an agreement over the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal.
The deal, representing 40 percent of the global economy, will slash trade barriers and ensure a common set of standards are met among member countries Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, Vietnam and the US.
Government and big business officials have praised the deal, however there has also been widespread opposition to the TPP, with trade unions and human rights activists concerned over the impacts it will have on local businesses and workers' rights.
Here are some of the crucial things you need to know about the TPP...



TPP Deal Limits Access to Affordable Medicines
US Senator Sherrod Brown said that the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal limits access to affordable medicines and will have serious consequences for the US and global health standards.



TPP Represents 'New Low' in Corporate Dominance of US Trade
TPP was negotiated in secret by multinational corporations that have no allegiance to any country, which will provide jobs to nations that lack basic human rights and labor standards such as Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and Mexico.



TPP Deal to Continue Offshoring US Jobs
Communication Workers of America (CWA) Communications Director Candice Johnson said that the TPP deal will still give corporations extra authority in enforcing their business rights.

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00:11 

West Couldnt Care Less About Ukraine

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00:08 

Polish Activists Threaten Russian Military Choir With Pots and Pans

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The Alexandrov Ensemble, one of Russia's official military choirs, complete with its own dance ensemble, is scheduled to conduct a tour of 13 Polish cities beginning next month.
Now, a group of Polish Facebook users has launched an initiative demanding that the ensemble cancel all its performances in the country, threatening that they will disrupt the concerts in any way they can should the artists decide to perform. The activists condemn the choir, which they say performs "for Putin" and, in their words, creates an inappropriate mix of culture and politics.
In their appeal, the activists recalled the successes of several earlier internet campaigns to stop Russians from moving about the country. These included the cancelation of the Russian ambassador's address at Krakow's Jagiellonian University in March, and an initiative to stop a Russian motorcycle club from driving through Poland on their way to Berlin to celebrate the 70th anniversary of victory in the Great Patriotic War. Inspired by past successes, the Facebook appeal suggests that "we can handle the Alexandrov Ensemble, too. Let's get to work!"
The activists, numbering about 1,300 so far, have already gathered the sympathy of some high profile politicians and social figures, including Law and Justice MP Malgorzata Gosiewska, who told Polish Radio that she wholeheartedly supports the initiative.
"I highly value democracy, peace and the right of people to independently choose their own path of development. I cannot agree to performances by a choir which celebrates the aggressor country and its army," Gosiewska declared.

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23:59 

Documents confirm de facto recognition of DPR/LPR

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23:56 

Russia rejects a No-Fly Zone on Syrian territories, Bogdanov says

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23:54 

Support growing in Parliament for bombing ISIS in Syria, says UK FM

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23:41 

CIA INTERVENTIONS IN SYRIA: A BRIEF HISTORY

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This partial timeline provides evidence that the U.S. government and Obama in particular bear a significant responsibility for theSyrian war and the results of that war.
Obama approved elements of CIA plans that go back over 65 years.
The CIA meddling is distinct from the Pentagons failed plan to train moderate rebels, not covered in this timeline.
1940s and 1950s if you want to understand the origins of authoritarian rule in Syria today, it is important to go back to the 1940s and the 1950s and see the role the CIA played in that land. See also here, p. 122: In the late 1940s, U.S. policymakers grew alarmed when the Syrian government, bowing to public pressure, refused to let a U.S. oil company build a pipeline through its territory. Washington also found the strong anti-Western sentiment and the large Communist party in the country ominous. Concerned that Syria was drifting leftward, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) laid plans to overthrow its three-year old civilian government. CIA operatives met with right-wing military leaders in Damascus to discuss installing a military-supported dictatorship.
1947-1948 CIA attempts to influence the 1947-8 elections by backing right-wing figures in the Nationalist Party
March, 1949 CIA sponsors Syrian coup detat; CIA directly involved.
1957 CIA and MI6 devise plan to assassinate 3 top Syrian leaders and overthrow the government. they planned to use agents provocateurs to launch a series of incidents. A Free Syria Committee should be funded and political factions with paramilitary or other actionist capabilities in Syria should be armed. [Does this sound familiar?] See also here.
2006-2011 Prior to the onset of the Syrian war, the U.S. stirs up opposition to Syrian government (Assad). An April 18, 2011 article reads Newly released WikiLeaks cables reveal that the US State Department has been secretly financing Syrian opposition groups and other opposition projects for at least five years, The Washington Post reports.
March 2011 Daraa violence launches Syrian war. The Daraa protest movement on March 17-18 had all the appearances of a staged event involving covert support to Islamic terrorists by Mossad and/or Western intelligence. In Daraa, roof top snipers were targeting both police and demonstrators. [Notice that this technique also occurred in the Kiev, Ukraine violence.] See also here.
August 18, 2011 Obama says Assad must go. President Obama and European leaders called Thursday for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to resign, after months of his violent crackdown on protesters. The rhetorical escalation was backed by new U.S. sanctions designed to undermine Assads ability to finance his military operation.
August 1, 2012 Obama authorizes secret support for Syrian rebels. The full extent of clandestine support that agencies like the CIA might be providing also is unclear.
October 2, 2013 The CIA is expanding a clandestine effort to train opposition fighters in Syria amid concern that moderate, U.S.-backed militias are rapidly losing ground in the countrys civil war, U.S. officials said. The pace of the CIA program amounts to a trickle into the ranks of opposition fighters, who total about 100,000. U.S. intelligence officials said that as many as 20,000 of those are considered extremists with militant Islamist agendas.
Those hard-line factions have drained momentum and support from moderate rebel groups. The most prominent Islamist groups, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and Jabhat al-Nusra, include fighters who have extensive experience from the war in Iraq, have ties to al-Qaeda and have carried out high-profile strikes against Assads government.
April 23, 2014 The U.S. is providing more arms and training to the moderate rebels in Syria, under a growing secret program run by the CIA in Jordan. Skeptics doubt the U.S. effort will help much, given the weakened state of the opposition and the inroads made by al-Qaida fighters. The moderate fighters being supported currently have relatively little influence on the ground.
Oct. 2, 2015 The CIA has provided the thousands of fighters it has trained at secret bases in Jordan with communications equipment, intelligence support and arms, including antitank missiles. Those CIA-backed fighters reentered Syria across that countrys southern border with Jordan, but many have made their way into units that are now arrayed north and east of Damascus areas that have been pounded by Russian strikes over the past several days.

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23:35 

Thousands of Germans March to the Border to Protect it from Islamic Invaders

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23:38 

Preparing Like Crazy But What if Nothing Happens?

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23:36 

Struggling With The Burden of Truth and Knowledge

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23:32 

US Moves 30,000 Marines to Counter China

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23:27 

US Is Using Bulgaria to Supply Arms to Ukraine

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23:25 

Swedish Penis & Vagina Cartoon (For ages 3-10)

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12:52 

American allies in Syria: their shameful performance is perfectly explainable

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