While Christopher Stevens was killed.. CIA moved missiles from Libya to Syria. A new report by CNN says that many agents and spies of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) have been working in an annex near the US consulate in Libya in order to push forward the U.S. arms supply-project [Continue reading…]
Muslim Brotherhood vs. formerly backers in Washington. U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, has in principle (at least subtly) confirmed, that Washington was involved in the military coup against the Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi by the Egyptian army. In addition to the totalitarian dictatorship in Saudi Arabia, of course.
Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Wahhabi Salafism. The Egyptian army, issued a stern ultimatum, on July 1, 2013, which was ostensibly a stark warning to both, Morsi, the first democratically elected president of Eygpt – who represents the Muslim Brotherhood MB – and on the other side the Tamarod Movement and [Continue reading…]
NSA: Forget PRISM, XKeyscore is here Keith Alexander, head of the U.S. intelligence agency NSA, tried to justify the surveillance programs of the NSA (PRISM, XKeyscore …) at the “Black Hat” hacker conference while the known newspaper “The Guardian” has almost simultaneously released new details about the surveillance programs of [Continue reading…]
The US and Jordanian militaries have stepped up a secret program to train thousands of armed fighters to send into Syria with the apparent aim of carving out a buffer zone in the south of the country. Citing unnamed US and Jordanian officials, the Washington Post reported Wednesday that Washington has ordered [Continue reading…]
New York Times: Israel informs USA about the air raid on Syria before executing it
The Obama administration has decided to launch a covert operation to send heavy weapons to Syrian rebels, Christina Lamb of The Sunday Times of London reports. Diplomatic sources told the Sunday Times that the U.S. “bought weapons from the stockpiles of Libya’s former dictator Muammar Gaddafi.” The heavy arms include mortars, [Continue reading…]