Liens aggrégés de janvier 2019

Conspirationnisme et analyse

Pour Thierry Meyssan, les Relations internationales sont exclues aujourd'hui en France du débat démocratique —c'est la doctrine du « domaine réservé du président de la République »—. Par conséquent toute analyse qui ne s'inscrit pas dans la lignée du discours officiel sera qualifiée de « conspirationniste ». Or, c'est précisément le rôle de vrais journalistes, non pas de relayer la communication présidentielle, ni même de la décrypter, mais de chercher les faits et de les analyser.

A Rule Fit for a King

President Donald Trump, who hates being constrained by pesky things like laws, the separation of powers, or the Constitution, seems poised to invoke a national emergency to get his taxpayer-funded wall built along the southern border.   To save face after triggering a government shutdown over this issue, it is believed that Trump would use this move to seize land along the border and reallocate funds designated for real emergencies to deal with this made-up crisis.

"We're All Palestinians Now" (video)

I toured California last week. Following is my talk at the Monterey Peace and Justice Center, presented by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. I elaborated on my ‘most controversial ideas’: The J-Word, the Post political, the meaning of history and Athens vs. Jerusalem. The talk was introduced by Barbara Honegger.

Russia’s Syrian Roulette: Assad, Turkey, and the Kurds

In the hundredth edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the front-page articles from four Russian newspapers: Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Kommersant, Izvestia, and Moskovsky Komsomolets. He discusses the expanding Russian military involvement in Syria, including what appears to be the role of the protector of the Kurds in the Manbij area. In addition, [&;]

Exit From The Matrix: Getting in the creative flow

by Jon Rappoport January 12, 2018 “Life as it&;s usually lived features a movie in which the mind operates like an ox pulling along a huge cart full of conflicts…” (The Magician Awakes, Jon Rappoport)

Exit From The Matrix: Getting in the creative flow

by Jon Rappoport January 12, 2018 “Life as it&;s usually lived features a movie in which the mind operates like an ox pulling along a huge cart full of conflicts…” (The Magician Awakes, Jon Rappoport)

Why Trump Won’t Back Down on Shutdown

Most — if not all — presidents ran for office because they thought they could run the country better than the other candidates. And running the country means being in charge of the US government. It implies some regard for the institution that would be paying their salary. But Donald Trump never really considered the presidency to be a job. It was just a vehicle to gain the most attention from adoring crowds, obtain the best perks, maximize his brand, and hold the greatest power.

Alexis Tsipras en échec dans sa tentative de Sociale Démocratie. Par John Kiriakou

Source : , 10-12-2018 Le 10 décembre 2018 Le premier ministre qui a raté son bluff avec les créanciers internationaux en 2015 est en train de prendre une autre posture radicale en mettant les assassins en vacances, écrit John Kiriakou. Tsipras a trahi le Peuple Grec

The American destiny

The creative force at the dawn of a new future by Jon Rappoport January 11, 2019 (To join our email list, .) Whenever a breakthrough occurs for the individual, there is a stepping back, a retrenching, a delay, an attempt to reset the clock and push the breakthrough away. This delay tactic can last a week, a month, or, historically, a hundred years.

The American destiny

The creative force at the dawn of a new future by Jon Rappoport January 11, 2019 (To join our email list, .) Whenever a breakthrough occurs for the individual, there is a stepping back, a retrenching, a delay, an attempt to reset the clock and push the breakthrough away. This delay tactic can last a week, a month, or, historically, a hundred years.

Chaotic Haggling Follows Trump’s Syria Withdrawal Plan

National Security Adviser John Bolton received a cold shoulder in Turkey on Tuesday as he attempted to reduce the impact of President Donald Trump’s sudden decision to withdraw from Syria. The diplomatic confrontation appeared to reinforce between NATO’s largest and second-largest armies.

A Border Wall as Architecture

President Donald Trump will probably never build one foot of his wall. Still, today there are 650 miles of border wall already dividing the US and Mexico. It’s almost one-third of the entire border. It divides cities, families, private property, and even impacts wildlife and habitats.We journey to the border in this week’s WhoWhatWhy podcast, as Jeff Schechtman is joined by Ronald Rael, associate professor in the department of architecture at UC Berkeley.

L'armée russe adapte sa flotte aérienne aux performances des États-Unis, par Valentin Vasilescu

Face à l'échec du programme des F-35 (qui ne parviennent pas aux performances de leur cahier des charges), le Pentagone se replie sur les anciens F-16. Pour y faire face, la Russie adapte ses anciens MiG-29 en MiG-35 de sorte qu'ils auront l'avantage sur leurs concurrents états-uniens.

Le sommet économique de la Ligue arabe et l'affaire Moussa Sadr

Le sommet économique de la Ligue arabe devrait se tenir les 19 et 20 janvier à Beyrouth (Liban). Cependant, deux motifs peuvent le reporter. En premier lieu, les États membres de la Ligue se disputent sur l'opportunité de réintroduire la Syrie dans l'organisation dès cette réunion. En second lieu, le parti libanais Amal, fondé durant la Guerre civile par l'imam iranien Moussa Sadr, s'oppose à la venue d'une délégation libyenne tant que la question de la disparition de l'imam, lors d'un voyage officiel (...)

[Débat] Proposition d’un Référendum d’Initiative Citoyenne. Par Olivier Berruyer

Le Référendum d’Initiative Citoyenne, enjeu démocratique du XXIe siècle

Nous pouvons être fiers de nos Gilets Jaunes : ils ont redonné un immense bol d’air démocratique à notre pays.

Promobot Down, Vaccine Autism, Okinawa Missiles – New World Next Week

This week on the New World Next Week: 2019 kicks off with an autonomous car killing an autonomous robot; a CDC expert confirms the vaccine/autism link; and the US prepares first-ever Okinawa missile drill.

I Spent The Night In The Banksy Hotel And It Was AMAZING!

In this video, Luke joins us from the famed Walled Off Hotel by none other than Banksy. It is an experience that truly must be seen to be believed. Join me as I spent the night in the Banksy Hotel and it was amazing!

Election Advocates Eye Florida Fixes for 2020

The 2020 presidential race could come down to Florida. But unless drastic changes are made, election advocates believe the next presidential vote count in the Sunshine State will be yet another mess.

Regain de tension en Palestine

À l'annonce d'une possible séparation définitive de la Cisjordanie et de Gaza, les relations entre l'Autorité palestinienne et le Hamas continuent à se détériorer malgré la tentative de médiation égyptienne. Le président palestinien, Mahmoud Abbas, s'est rendu au Caire où il a rencontré le président égyptien, Abdel Fattah al-Sissi. Rien ne semble être sorti de cet entretien. Lors de la conférence de presse finale, le président Abbas a maintenu sa position de mise à l'écart des États-Unis, coupables selon lui (...)