I hope Erdogan doesn't mind going down in history as the idiot that got Russia to kick Turkey's @$$! A Turkish lawmaker has raised questions about a possible deal between the Turkish and Qatari governments on a military operation against Syria, Press TV reports. The remarks came days after Erdogan said he was to ask NATO for a military operation in Syria. Erdogan believes that the prolonged unrest in Syria has to be brought to an end with the intervention of international powers.
It's pretty obvious who is running Egypt now!
As international pressure against Syrian regime is ratcheting up France has urged to use UN-sanctioned force to implement Kofi Annan peace plan with a no-fly zone being an option.
Armed groups fighting against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad have blown up another gas pipeline in the crisis-hit eastern province of Deir Ezzor.
Don't cha just Love Iceland! If only Greece, Spain and the other European countries would take Iceland's lead and put the Bankers on trial and tell the ECB to "F off" like Iceland did. The Supreme Court of Iceland convicted two bankers this week with regards to the collapse of Iceland. Now - All other countries should be putting the Bankers On Trial for all the Fraud they are committing upon the people of the world. But I won't hold my breath because the bankers actually rule all the governments of the world, except for Iceland.
This year's Cannes Film Festival at the last moment added a documentary essay on the 2011 war against Libya to its official selection: "The Oath of Tobruk" by French reporter and philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy. Lévy, who is seen as the gothfather of the "humanitarian war" and one of the main orchestrators of the illegal NATO bombing of Libya which has resulted in numerous casualties and deaths among the country's population, plays the role of democracy bringing superhero in the documentary.
The Daily Star has learned that the UK plans to use camps being set up under the pretense of Humanitarian Aid is Syria to direct military operations.
Watch this new Press TV interview on Syria -- Kevin Barrett Shortly after reports of the Houla massacre – all blaming the Syrian government – started blanketing the corporate media, Press TV asked me for a response. I replied: