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Kusturica: Why does NATO still exist? To fight terrorism? It’s laughable!

Most criminals of the world: financing terrorist and criminals is standard

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The Richard Perle Terrorism Mafia and to-day in Syrie: Iran-Contra Affäre, der Plan des US Botschafters Jeffrey Feltman, mit Prinz Bandar in 2008, wie man Syrien zerstören will

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Die Welt Terroristen: Richard Perle und der Saudi Prinz: Prinz Bandar und Yassin Kadi

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The UN Syria Mission Confirms that Rebels Were in Possession of Chemical Weapons By Prof Michel Chossudovsky and Julie Lévesque,

Kusturica: Why does NATO still exist? To fight terrorism? It’s laughable!

As Brussels goes into a renewed push to bring more countries into its fold, the divisions between nations in fact go deeper. The call for European integration rings on Kiev squares – and some fear it will turn into western expansion. Who knows what’s for the best? Today we look at the picture not through the eyes of experts or politicians. We ask a great artist about the changes in the air: Emir Kusturica – filmmaker, actor, writer, and musician is on SophieCo.

For the FULL TRANSCRIPT of the interview click here: http://on.rt.com/0irnpb

Al-Qaeda, Saudi Arabia and Israel

Prince Bandar bin Sultan, then Saudi ambassador to the United States, meeting with President George W. Bush in Crawford, Texas. (White House photo)

Exclusive: Saudi Arabia is under a new cloud after a jailed al-Qaeda operative implicated senior Saudi officials as collaborators with the terror group – and the shadow could even darken the political future of Israeli Prime Netanyahu because of his odd-couple alliance with Riyadh, reports Robert Parry.

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Investigating the 9/11 Attacks. The NSA’s “Lone Wolf Terrorists” Justification for Mass Spying Is Nonsense By Washington’s Blog, December 13, 2013

 

Al-Qaeda, Saudi Arabia and Israel

Prince Bandar bin Sultan, then Saudi ambassador to the United States, meeting with President George W. Bush in Crawford, Texas. (White House photo)

Exclusive: Saudi Arabia is under a new cloud after a jailed al-Qaeda operative implicated senior Saudi officials as collaborators with the terror group – and the shadow could even darken the political future of Israeli Prime Netanyahu because of his odd-couple alliance with Riyadh, reports Robert Parry.

 

 

NSA Lie on 60 Minutes Exposed!
Clay Claiborne


December 16, 2013 – On CBS 60 Minutes last night, NSA officials made the fearful claim that a „BIOS plot“ to „to destroy computers“ from an unnamed foreign government could be „catastrophic for the United States.“ NSA’s Debora Plunkett told 60 Minutes that such an attack could turn every computer in the country into „a brick“ and that the results of such a cyberattack „could literally take down the US economy.“ This is pretty frightening stuff! Good thing we have the NSA on the job, snooping into all our computers and protecting us from such catastrophes. Maybe we should stop complaining and give the NSA even more powers. Except this is a complete lie. When told that such „a program that can destroy every computer in the world,“ 60 Minute’s John Miller said „It sounds almost unbelievable.“ Actually it is completely unbelievable….
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