Selected Articles: The Sham of US-Sponsored “Democracy”
By Global Research News
Global Research, October 25, 2015

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Hillary Clinton EmailsHillary Clinton Scores with Republican Donors

By Eric Zuesse, October 25 2015

An analysis of Federal Election Commission records, by TIME, shows that the 2012 donors to Mitt Romney’s campaign have been donating more to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign than they have been donating to the campaign of — listed here in declining order below Clinton — Lindsey Graham, Rand Paul, Carly Fiorina, Chris Christie, Rick Perry, Mike Huckabee, Donald Trump, Bobby Jindal, Rick Santorum, George Pataki, Martin O’Malley, Jim Web, Jim Gilmore, or Lawrence Lessig.

onu_security_councilCounter-Terrorism Vs. “Regime Change” in Syria. US-Russia Clash at the UN Security Council

By Carla Stea, October 25 2015

On September 30, the Ministerial level UN Security Council meeting was entitled: Maintenance of International Peace and Security. Settlement of Conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa and Countering the Terrorist Threat in the Region.

Le Portugal adopte un budget d'austérité tandis que s'intensifient les attaques spéculatives contre l'EspagneThe Pantomime of Democracy: Portugal’s Coup against Anti-Austerity

By Binoy Kampmark, October 25 2015

Meanwhile in Portugal we are witnessing the makings of a genuine coup with the unwillingness of the establishment there to accept the outcome of an election and the support won by parties who oppose EU austerity. – Gerry Adams, Sinn Féin, Oct 24, 2015

repression palestineIsrael’s Killing Machine: “Bloody Friday” in Palestine

By Stephen Lendman, October 25 2015

Israel’s killing machine raged on Friday, continuing into Saturday. The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) said Israeli forces wounded over 290 Palestinians yesterday alone, many seriously – 48 from live fire, 44 using rubber-coated steel bullets.

haiti-flagUS Sponsored “Occupation Democracy”: Haiti’s Cité Soleil Fights Back

By Dady Chery, October 25 2015

What if there were an election and nobody came? It happened in Haiti on August 9, 2015. Language fails us. Words like election, plebiscite and democracy no longer matter. If there had been a word for an election under foreign occupation, then the vacuous exercise would have carried its proper name.

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