Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Mon Jan 21, 2013 11:44AM
By Dr. Kevin Barrett
In short, it is clear that since 1963, Israel and its global criminal syndicate has been the single most powerful force determining who will serve as President of the United States of America. But in 2012, Israeli hubris – call it chutzpah if you will – went too far.
This week the London School of Economics Gender Institute in collaboration with Imkaan and the South Asia Solidarity Group organised an open meeting in solidarity with India’s anti-rape protests and to confront gender violence in Britain.
The highlight of the meeting, attended by women’s organisations, academics, activists and interested individuals, was the input from Kavita Krishnan of the All India Progressive Women’s Association.
Source: Veterans Today
Gilad Sharon, son of Ariel Sharon,wrote in the Jerusalem Post that Israel should “Flatten all of Gaza.”
“There should be no electricity in Gaza, no gasoline or moving vehicles, nothing. Then they’d really call for a ceasefire,” he wrote. “We need to flatten entire neighbourhoods in Gaza. Flatten all of Gaza. The Americans didn’t stop with Hiroshima – the Japanese weren’t surrendering fast enough, so they hit Nagasaki, too.”
November 21, 2012 – AFRICA - As most of the world has been focusing on ongoing conflict in Gaza, a geopolitical crisis of another sort is unfolding in central Africa where the rebel seizure of the substantial Congolese city of Goma could have grave consequences for the troubled region. “It's just the beginning. We don't know what will happen next and it has the potential to destabilize the Eastern Congo and the potential to destabilize the Congolese government depending on what the rebels decide to do next,” Severine Autesserre, an assistant professor of political science at Columbia University, told CBC News.
November 22, 2012 – CHILE - A strong 5.9-magnitude earthquake shook central Chile on Wednesday, causing office buildings in the capital to sway for almost a minute but authorities said no damage was reported and ruled out the possibility of tsunami along its coast. The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake's epicenter was 37 miles (59 kilometers) southwest of the port city of San Antonio, Chile.