Selected Articles: Oregon Shooting, TTIP, Israel, Burkina Faso

Police-murders-USAMass Shootings at Oregon College. “This Has Become Routine” Says Barack Obama. So have Police Shootings of Innocent Americans

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, October 06 2015

In his comment on the mass shootings at the Oregon community college, President Obama said: “This has become routine.” So have police shootings of unarmed and unresistant Americans. So have numerous other undesirable and deplorable happenings…

us-euro-flagsTransatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Negotiations Fall Apart Following Mass Protest in the EU

By Graham Vanbergen, October 06 2015

Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron is accusing those who oppose the expansive trade deal with the United States of making up horror stories about the agreement in order to poison the pact.

Netanyahu (1)David Slews the Giant Goliath with a Slingshot, Netanyahu Attempts to Rewrite the Bible Story by Declaring war on Palestinian “Terrorism by Stones”.

By Jonathan Cook, October 06 2015

Since a boy named David slew the giant Goliath with a slingshot, the stone has served as an enduring symbol of how the weak can defeat an oppressor.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. © Ammar Awad / ReutersHuman Rights Suffer as Prime Minister Cameron “Climbs Into Bed” with Netanyahu

By Anthony Bellchambers, October 06 2015

By amending legislation to prevent local government from incorporating the concerns of human rights campaigners into their pension and procurement policies the British government under Prime Minister David Cameron associates Britain with Netanyahu’s illegal settlement policy in the Occupied Territories that is in gross violation of the Geneva Conventions and has been condemned by both the EU and the UN.

By Abayomi Azikiwe, October 06 2015

Pressure from the masses and international community compels elite military unit to return to the barracks Gen. Gilbert Diendere. who led a coup aimed at derailing upcoming elections in Burkina Faso, was arrested in the capital of Ouagadougou on September 30.

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