Ukraine Cracks Down on Independent Media, NATO Member Directly Supporting Al Qaeda in Syria

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Wasn’t the Maidan Revolution supposed to bring liberty and democracy to Ukrainians? Neo-Nazis have been given key positions in the government, regime opponents have been massacred and now the security services are cracking down on independent journalists and bloggers. Meanwhile Al Qaeda temporarily seized the city of Idlib in Syria and “militants based in and supplied via Turkey took part in the operation, leading the Syrian government itself to accuse the NATO member of directly supporting Al Qaeda.”


Ukraine Blocks 10,000 Websites, Confiscates a Newspaper, Eric Zuesse, April 10, 2015

As confirmed in an earlier report April 9, 2015, the Security Bureau of Ukraine, on April 7th, had seized and disappeared two Odessa bloggers, who were trying to get an independent investigation, and ultimate prosecution, of the individuals who participated…

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The 2015 British General Election: Capitalism’s One-Horse RaceColin Todhunter, April 10, 2015

Britain is currently in the grip of a general election campaign. Voting takes place on 7 May and election fever in the media is building as various commentators and politicians engage in empty rhetoric about British values and democratic principles.…


Syria: Al Qaeda Seeks “Consultations” to Rule Newly Seized City. “Democratic Terrorists” Request Western SupportTony Cartalucci, April 10, 2015

Making headlines recently has been Al Qaeda’s temporary seizure of the city of Idlib, in Idlib province, northern Syria. The embattled city lies just miles from NATO-member Turkey’s borders. With the Syrian Arab Army controlling the south of Idlib, it…


The Organization of American States (OAS) and the Re-establishment of Ties between the U.S. and Cuba, Birsen Filip, April 10, 2015

The 7th Summit of the 35-member Organization of American States (OAS) will take place in Panama on April 10-11, 2015. It is anticipated that the summit will produce a historic re-establishment of ties between the U.S. and Cuba, with Presidents…


Chicago Municipal Elections: Reports of Voters Receiving Ballots Already Marked for Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Global Research, April 10, 2015

By Rick Perlstein Around 10:30 this morning, Sam Dreessen, a 26-year-old unemployed DePaul University graduate (and former In These Times intern) who’s been voting in Chicago since 2006, walked into his polling place at Kozminski Community Academy on 54th and…

The UK Elections: A Very British Fraud

English Heritage: With the UK’s General Election Ever Closer, Whose Culture Are We “Celebrating”?Lesley Docksey, April 10, 2015

It was of course to be expected that, having shown herself to be a better representative of Scotland than Cameron, Milband and Farage can ever hope to be of the United Kingdom, a rightwing paper should immediately come out with…

US-Geopolitical-Warfare-RussiaCoups and “Color Revolutions”: US Wages “Geopolitical Warfare” against Russia in Central Asia and CaucasusSteven MacMillan, April 09, 2015

The US is waging geopolitical warfare against the Russian Federation in Eurasia through preparing colour revolutions, coups, destabilisation operations and strategically-motivated alliances in an attempt to weaken Moscow’s position and isolate the nation. This complex strategy involves destabilising countries in…

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