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Kerry talks economics, finds Morsi preoccupied with Islamizing Egypt

Debka | Morsi preoccupied with pushing forward the three-point plan he and the Muslim Brotherhood’s supreme leader Mohammed Badie have begun implementing.

The U.S. can’t afford a Chinese economic collapse

Reuters | The Chinese government finally recognizing that a rapid implosion of the property market could disrupt economic growth.

Revisiting the Copyright Debate: ‘Steal This Film’ – Part 1 & 2

21st Century Wire | This excellent documentary series goes through in fine detail the battle which is still being fought along intellectual property lines.

Mandela’s wife: South Africa is an ‘angry nation’ on brink of ‘something very dangerous’

Daily Mail | Human rights activist Graca Machel, 67, South Africa is on the brink of ‘something very dangerous’ which it may not be able to stop.

Hundreds of Russian Islamists Fighting Assad in Syria

The Moscow times | Russian-speaking Salafi Muslims are fighting against Bashar Assad’s regime in Syria, according to an expert at a state-run think tank.

Is North Korea the Next Victim of US Megalomaniacs?

Jason Liosatos | So could North Korea be the next Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan, Mali, Syria, or Iran?

Political Secret Societies: The Hidden Paths of Power (Elites Who Rule in Secret)

James Wasserman | If you’re not a member, then you are not allowed to know what the agenda is.

6 Latin American Leaders Who Criticised US Policies Contract Cancer Simultaneously

Before Its News | Would the CIA assassinate foreign heads of state who opposed Washington DC hegemony?

Criminal Berlusconi sentenced to 1 year behind bars in wiretapping trial

RT | Criminal elite and close friend of Tony Blair gets one year in the dock for illegal wiretapping in Italy.

‘Chavez was killed by historical enemies of our homeland’: Extraordinary claims made by Venezuela’s vice-president as he kicks out two U.S. diplomats

Daily Mail | Venezuela’s vice president announced on Tuesday that two U.S. Embassy officials were expelled for allegedly spying on Venezuela’s military, as he accused the U.S. of infecting the country’s leader with cancer.

Bill Gates and Polio: ‘New vaccines can help reduce population by 10-15%’

BIN | Gates, along with Bloomberg, are members of an exclusive elite club. You have to buy your way in…

How the Israel Lobby is Actively Promoting a Coming War with Iran

Stephen Lendman | The insane pep rally known as AIPAC makes sure it keeps the war pressure on our ‘mentally challenged’ politicians in Washington DC.

THE TWIN TOWERS FOR PURIM

Gilad.co.uk | Maybe these kids’ parents know something about 9/11 that we don’t…?

Passing of Venezuelan Leader Hugo Chavez leaves tears – and a nation divided

The Independent | The death of one of Latin America’s most popular leaders, announced on TV by Vice-president Nicolas Maduro.

‘As close to an HIV cure as we’ve seen’: Breakthrough hailed as radical treatment works on baby born HIV-positive in Atlanta

The Independent | Last night scientists confirmed that the child, whose identity has not been disclosed, has since been off medication for HIV for over a year, is believed no longer to be infectious.

Again, Seeking War with Iran

Consortium News | Bashing of Iran and coddling of aggressive Israeli action is now second nature to many members of Congress

Assad Pulls Ahead in Syrian War. Putin, Khamenei Are Co-Victors

Debka | March 5 has been set as the date for peace talks to open in Moscow between the Syrian opposition and the Assad regime.

A Kinder, Gentler Foreign Policy: U.S. pledges food and medicine for Syrian rebels

21WIRE + Washington Post | John Kerry offers a new sales pitch to an old crime in Washington – as he nudges the US towards all out war.

Turkish PM’s ‘Zionist’ comment sparks international outcry

RT | Erdogan slams Israel saying ‘Jewish nationalism is a crime against humanity’.

How Reagan Promoted Genocide

Consortium News | Document reveals that President Reagan and his national security team in 1981 approved Guatemala’s extermination of both leftist guerrillas and their civilian supporters