Brussels Tribunal Wants High-Seas Killers Charged - By Victor Thorn (23/6/10) PDF Print E-mail
Victor Thorn   
Wednesday, 23 June 2010 09:42

American Free Press

As global awareness of Israeli terrorism continues to grow following the May 31 Mavi Marmara assault, an especially vocal critic is the Belgian-based Brussels Tribunal. On June 6, this writer interviewed a member of its executive committee, Dr. Ian Douglas. His words reflect the gravity of our current situation.

“Israel is seemingly unconcerned about committing murder in front of the eyes of the world,” said Douglas. Commenting specifically on their attack of a humanitarian aid ship in international waters, he said unabashedly: “This is not murder; it is destruction. There is a level of violence here that is sadistic and vengeful.”

Douglas next quoted an outspoken and acclaimed researcher in the field.



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Systemic Crisis Of The World Economy, Global Geopolitical Dislocation - By Global Economic Anticipation Bulletin (GEAB) (23/6/10) PDF Print E-mail
Global Economic Anticipation Bulletin (GEAB)   
Wednesday, 23 June 2010 09:39

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Meredith Whitney: "No Doubt We Have Entered A Double-Dip For Housing" - Zero Hedge (23/6/10) PDF Print E-mail
Zero Hedge   
Tuesday, 22 June 2010 19:27

Highlights from an interview by Meredith Whitney currently on CNBC (full interview to be posted later):

•A double dip in housing is a certainty

•State economies are plunging, and are $200 billion underwater, will lead to 2 million in state-level layoffs leading to a low-end impact; raising taxes at state level will impact the top-end

•Retail sales have been stronger only due to consumers not paying mortgages, retail sales have already topped as is

•Q2 bank results will finally catch up with accelerated mortgage foreclosures; charge-offs and delinquencies in credit cards are better due to mortgage non-payment cash flow going to other obligations, and this will soon top as well

•Structural employment issues in the US won't get better any time soon

Full interview:



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G-20 Split And Out Of Order - By Hossein Askari and Noureddine Krichene (22/6/10) PDF Print E-mail
Hossein Askari and Noureddine Krichene   
Tuesday, 22 June 2010 15:46

Asia Times

(FF Editorial: The debate has begun between the pro-deficits school and that of reducing the deficits. This article correctly points out that one size does not fit all. Each country must find its own solution. The pro-deficit school in the USA has been most vocal that all governments must continue with deficit spending as the solution. An ardent advocate has been Ms Ellen Brown. This article argues to the contrary.)

Ahead of the Toronto Group of 20 (G-20) Summit on June 26 and 27, tensions are running high. Earlier in June, the G-20 was split apart during its ministerial meetings in South Korea; most of its members could no longer afford the monumental fiscal deficits called for in the 2009 London and Pittsburgh summits, while the United States preached for continued fiscal stimuli.

The eurozone is faced with severe unemployment, stagnant output, debilitating debt, a deteriorating banking system, an arguably overvalued exchange rate, and most urgently with some member countries looking at deteriorating credit ratings and sharply higher funding costs.



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Choose Peace – End The Siege Of Gaza And Occupation Of Palestine - By Mairead Maguire (22/6/10) PDF Print E-mail
Mairead Maguire   
Tuesday, 22 June 2010 13:09

On Saturday 5th June, 2010, 35 heavily armed Israeli Navy Seals commandeered our boat, MV Rachel Corrie, one of the Freedom Flotilla, in International waters (30 miles off the coast of Gaza).  As they did so, we 19 humanitarian activists and crew, were on the deck.  We were quietly anxious, aware of the solitary figure in the wheelhouse with his hands held high against the window, in full view of the three Israeli warships, 4 approaching zodiacs and 2 commando carriers, whose guns were pointing in his direction.  I personally wondered if the courageous Derek Graham would live to tell the tale, conscious of what happened on the Turkish ship, Mavi Marmara, earlier in the week.



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