Selected Articles: The “Dirty Work” of International Organizations. “Everything is Interrelated”
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Global Research, December 28, 2015

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worldeconomyWar, Terrorism and the Global Economic Crisis in 2015: Ninety-nine Interrelated Concepts

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, December 25 2015

Everything is interrelated: war, terrorism, the police state, the global economy, financial fraud, corrupt governments, poverty and social inequality, media disinformation, war propaganda, WMD, international law,

paulcrobertsWhy World War III is on the Horizon

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, December 28 2015

The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 gave birth to a dangerous American ideology called neoconservativism. The Soviet Union had served as a constraint on US unilateral action. With the removal of this constraint on Washington, neoconservatives declared their agenda of US world hegemony.  America was now the “sole superpower,” the “unipower,” that could act without restraint anywhere in the world.

IMF_450478c-400x266The “Dirty Work” of the International Monetary Fund, Lays the Groundwork for Worldwide Financial Conquest

By Prof. James Petras, December 28 2015

The IMF assumes the burden of doing all the dirty work through its intervention.  This includes the usurpation of sovereignty, the demand for privatization and reduction of social expenditures, salaries, wages and pensions, as well as ensuring the priority of debt payments.  The IMF acts as the ‘blind’ for the big banks by deflecting political critics and social unrest.

The United Nations Security Council:  An Organization for InjusticeSchizophrenia at the UN: “The Post 2015 Sustainable Development Agenda”, No More Poverty, No More War…

By Carla Stea, December 28 2015

With great fanfare, last September the United Nations adopted the “Post 2015 Sustainable Development Agenda,” a seemingly laudable agenda…

Michael SpringmannVisas for Al Qaeda: CIA Handouts That Rocked The World – An Insider’s View.

By J. Michael Springmann and Bonnie Faulkner, December 28 2015

Michael Springmann was Chief of the Non-Immigrant Visa Section in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, from 1987 to 1989. In his position in Jeddah, he was routinely overruled by superiors when he denied VISA applications submitted by unqualified travelers to the United States…

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