Selected Articles: Saudi Arabia, China, Syria, & Orwellian Governance
By Global Research News
Global Research, September 30, 2015

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Bin Laden Family Members Evacuated from US in Wake of the 9/11 AttacksWhy Saudi Ties to 9/11 Mean U.S. Ties to 9/11

By Kevin Ryan, September 30 2015

Media interest in Saudi Arabian connections to the crimes of 9/11 has centered on calls for the release of the 28 missing pages from the Joint Congressional Inquiry’s report. However, those calls focus on the question of hijacker financing and omit the most interesting links between the 9/11 attacks and Saudi Arabia—links that implicate powerful people in the United States. Here are twenty examples.

chinamapChina – Ghost Cities. 64 Million Empty Apartments in China

By Global Research News, September 30 2015

“Vast new cities are being built across China at a rate of ten a year, but they remain almost completely uninhabited ghost towns. Racing to stay ahead of the world economy, is the superpower about to implode?

Pivot-to-AsiaObama’s “Pivot to Asia” NATO-Like Project

By Andrew Korybko, September 30 2015

As apocalyptic as the US’ end game scenario may be for regional multipolarity, it’s not at all assured to succeed, as there are quite a few contingencies that could develop between all of its assorted partners in preventing them from linking up in the Philippines and actualizing the Asian NATO.

obama-putin-betterJousting Over Syria: Obama and Putin at the UN

By Binoy Kampmark, September 30 2015

President Barack Obama of the United States and President Vladimir Putin of Russia displayed, in various shades, facets of world power when they did battle at the United Nations yesterday. At the 70th annual session of the United Nations General Assembly, Syria loomed like an ominous hulk of concern.

barak-obamaOrwell at the UN: Obama Re-Defines Democracy as a Country That Supports U.S. Policy

By Michael Hudson, September 30 2015

In his Orwellian September 28, 2015 speech to the United Nations, President Obama said that if democracy had existed in Syria, there never would have been a revolt against Assad. By that, he meant ISIL. Where there is democracy, he said, there is no violence or revolution.

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