Monday morning, planned settlement expansion began execution.
Posts Tagged ‘arms trading’
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The Saudi royal family is reportedly being helped by the Obama Administration to push a $90bn deal with big players in the military-industrial complex for arms and military technology upgrades through political approval in Washington.
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Watered-Down ‘Regurgitated Pulitzer Campaign’ Called ‘Top Secret America’ and ‘Blowback’ in Somalia (mp3)Posted: 27 July 2010 by Editors in International Affairs, National News, Political Science, Somalia
Tags: 9/11, Al Shabaab, AMISOM, AntiWar radio, arms trading, blowback, CIA, corporatism, Costa Rica, domestic surveillance, drug war, extrajudicial assassination, Horn of Africa, human rights, humanitarian crisis, Islamic Courts Union, Israel, Jeremy Scahill, Latin America, libertarian, Mohammed Atta, National Surveillance State, Osama bin Laden, Palestine, Ramsey Yousef, Scott Horton, Sharif Sheikh Ahmed, Somalia, South America, TFG, think tanks, Top Secret America, Transitional Federal Government, Uganda, UN, UN food aid, US, WaPo, War, Washington Post
Jeremy Scahill, leading journalist on the Pentagon’s military contracting, discussed the “incredibly disappointing” Washington Post series on giant system of ‘top secret’ operations of the U.S. government with AntiWar Radio host Scott Horton at Pacifica. He discussed “preparing the battlefield” operations, the WaPo as a “dumping ground” for the C.I.A. and the ‘system intended to give cover to clandestine operators in the private sector acting on behalf of the government’.
Later, Mr. Horton discussed blowback in Somalia against foreign intervention in Somali society perpetuating the horror in the Horn of Africa, giving a great summary of the recent history that led to the current state of affairs in the territory from the Bush Administration’s invasion to the Obama Administration shipping in arms, but blocking food entry. He also discussed 9/11 as blowback for Washington’s enabling of Israel’s ‘war crimes’ (25:50):
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