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NYT bias and hypocrisy on display in Turkey election “analysis”

By Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor Usually Zio-America’s newspaper of record hides its biases more effectively. Last week on False Flag Weekly News our story #35 was headlined: “NYT (CIA/Mossad/Mockingbird?) pushing extreme anti-Erdogan propaganda.” That NYT pre-election article ludicrously suggested that Erdogan was likely to lose to Kemalist opposition candidate Muharrem Ince. (In fact, the polls clearly projected a strong Ergodan victory.) It was a shameless and undisguised puff piece for Ince, and a hit piece on Erdogan. Today, in the wake of Erdogan’s predictable victory, the NYT should be apologizing for its delusional projection of a likely Ince win. Instead,…

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Will neocons crash & burn in USA’s elections too?

Broadcast here November 2nd, 10-11:00 a.m. Central (1500 GMT). For only $3.95 a month you can listen to shows on-demand before they are broadcast – and also get free downloads and other perks from Kevin! If you are a subscriber, just log in to the members area of TruthJihad.com to get early access to the shows. Non-subscribers only get access to the No Lies Radio show archives the day after the broadcast here. Help Kevin keep these shows on the air – become a subscriber today! Tomorrow is election day in the USA – but everyone’s looking ahead to next year, when the presidential race reaches its climax. In…

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DDWN: False flags on four continents this week!

False Flag News 1) Hindu-supremacist false-flagger elected PM of India http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/05/15/us-india-election-polls-idUSBREA4E06W20140515 2) India’s “Islamic Terror” mostly Hindu-Zionist false flags by Modi’s friends http://m911t.blogspot.com/2012/08/indias-false-flag-follies-continue.html 3) Boko Haram is not the problem  http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/02/opinion/in-nigeria-boko-haram-is-not-the-problem.html?_r=0 4) Is Boko Haram a psy-op? http://presstv.com/detail/2014/05/14/362619/is-boko-haram-a-psyop/ 5) How Washington Hawks are using the girls to justify intervention in Nigeria  http://www.alternet.org/world/how-washington-hawks-are-cynically-using-kidnapped-girls-justify-us-military-intervention 6) School closed, actors used; Robbie Parker, entertainer, exposed http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/05/14/school-closed-actors-used-robbie-parker-entertainer-exposed/ 7) Sandy Hook memorial stolen (mini false flag)  https://sg.news.yahoo.com/sandy-hook-childs-memorial-stolen-man-says-massacre-105310165.html 8) US staging nuclear war drill this week  http://rt.com/usa/158352-usstratcom-nuclear-wargames-nato/ 9) New questions about FBI shooting of Boston suspect’s friend http://rinf.com/alt-news/breaking-news/new-questions-fbi-boston-bombing-witness-killing-agent-killed-tsarnaev-pal-grilling-brutal-corrupt-past/ Ukraine Crisis Accelerating 10) Lugansk and Donetsk regions vote…

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Iran: Threat or Menace? Part 3: Why Iran-bashing is obligatory

Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei casts the first vote in Iran’s elections Today is presidential election day in Iran. So here is the pull quote for today’s article: In Going to Tehran, the Leveretts show that there was not a shred of evidence of significant fraud in the 2009 Iranian elections – as those crying fraud implicitly admitted in their failure to even try to provide the evidence that would have been easily available had widespread fraud actually occurred.  I wish the USA’s “black-box computer-fabricated” presidential elections were as honest as the Iranian ones, which use hand-counted paper ballots.-KB Iran: Threat or…

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Iran: Threat or Menace? Part 2: Candidates and Issues

In Part One of this series, I covered some important historical background to Iranian politics in general, and the upcoming June 14th presidential elections in particular. Today, I will consider some specific candidates and issues. The two main political groupings in Iranian politics are the principlists and reformists. The former stress adhering to the principles of the Islamic revolution, and generally favor principle over expediency; while the latter are more willing to bend or compromise principles as they search for pragmatic solutions. The currently favored presidential candidate is Supreme National Security Council President Saeed Jalili, a leading principlist. Saeed Jalili…

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Black Tuesday: Mourning the death of American democracy

This election day, whoever you vote for, dress in black to mourn the death of democracy. By Kevin Barrett, TruthJihad.com Bev Harris of BlackBoxVoting.org suggests that you wear the color of the party you’re voting for on election day: blue for Democrat, red for Republican, green for Green, and so on. She says the black box voting machines, many owned by Mitt Romney, cannot be trusted to count your vote. So the only meaningful way to express your political preference is through the color of your clothing. But I say: Let’s dress in black for “black Tuesday” – to mourn…

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Live from Moscow: Anti-Zionist writer Israel Shamir

Tuesday, March 13th, 11 a.m. to noon Central (9-10 Pacific) on NoLiesRadio.org (archived here a few hours after broadcast). Guest, Israel Shamir, reporting live from Moscow! He says the attempted anti-Putin “color revolution” has failed: “The anticipated apocalypse did not come to pass. The presidential election in Russia ran its course, Putin was duly elected, and to the great astonishment of the opposition, multimillion crowds demanding the blood of the tyrant did not materialize.” Putin’s triumph is good news for those resisting the spread of the New World Order bankster empire. Shamir also recently published What Really Happened in the…

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Lawrence Davidson, Michael Parenti on TJ Radio today!

Truth Jihad Radio Mon. 2/6/12, 3-5 pm Central, American Freedom Radio (archived here.) Call-in: (402) 237-2525 or post your questions to my Facebook page. First hour: “Democratic elections in the Middle East: why the Islamists win.” Guest: Lawrence Davidson, Professor of History, West Chester University. “There have now been two democratic elections in the Middle East as a consequence of the Arab Spring. One was in Tunisia in October 2011, and the recent staggered elections of December 2011-January 2012 for a lower house of parliament in Egypt. In both cases Islamist parties did the best.” Why? Professor Davidson cuts through…

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