Wednesday, June 15, 2011

June 15 2011 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: America's Warmongering 'Brakes' - The War Powers Act, Congress And The President

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Cabale News ServiceJune 15 2011 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: America's Warmongering 'Brakes' - The War Powers Act, Congress And The President

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[After the commentary author David Icke uses Hegel's Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis principle to explain how our governments get us to go along with their illegal wars... It goes like this: "Problem, Reaction, Solution". View an extended explanation version video here. Courtesy of the respective artists.]

» Relations between the US and Pakistan continue to deteriorate as the Pakistanis arrests five people involved in the Osama bin-Laden raid in Abbottabad... the problem is the arrested are CIA assets.

From Foreign Policy Morning Brief:
Pakistan's military intelligence agency has arrested five CIA informants whose information led to the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, U.S. officials told the New York Times. One of those arrested is reportedly a Pakistani Army major who copied down the license plate numbers of the cars arriving and leaving bin Laden's compound in Abottabad.

The arrests, which were apparently discussed by outgoing CIA director Leon Panetta when he visited Islamabad last week, are just the latest example of the increasingly tense relation between Pakistan and the United States on counterterrorism issues. When asked to rate Pakistani cooperation on a scale of 1 to 10 in a closed-door Senate briefing last week, Deputy CIA Director Michael J. Morrell reportedly responded, "three."

Pakistan's Army strongly denied that one of its officers was among those arrested, calling the report "false and totally baseless."

It has also been reported that Hassan Ghul, the former detainee who provided key information about bin Laden's courier, has rejoined al Qaeda. Ghul, a former midlevel al Qaeda operative, was transferred by the Bush administration from a secret CIA prison to Pakistani custody in 2006, then released a year later. [Source]
» In other al qaeda related news... More details on America's CIA war in Yemen:
YEMEN: U.S. Escalates War Against Al-Qaeda

Jim Lobe

WASHINGTON, Jun 14 - Increasingly worried that Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) is taking advantage of the growing political chaos in Yemen, the administration of President Barack Obama has tasked the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to use drone missiles to strike at suspected AQAP militants... [More @ IPS]
» President Obama will have to go to congress to explain our involvement in NATO's war on Libya. He has consented and is sending a confidential brief. More in the commentary. But will his briefing inform them that it IS about oil, and banking, and in the long run, the value of the US dollar? Libyan war: Just another bailout for the banking class ...or can it be assumed they already know?

» Meanwhile IN Libya NATO is pamphleteering from the air around Misrata warning government forces besieging the city to vacate within 48 hours or... while congress continues it's attempt to seize Libyan funds... to finance our operations against... Libya.

» Power Food Fight with that picnic anyone? The White House is going to host a congressional picnic on the South Lawn this evening. In the meantime the Republicans are gathering in Manhattan where there will be a meeting with a number of governors who MIGHT make good Republican presidential nominees.

» The Senate did not succeed in killing the Ethanol subsidies for the GMO agribiz interests yesterday. There will be another vote on another bill along the same lines next week.

In OTHER News:

The Egyptians meet the 'new boss', and as your truly predicted, he's the 'same as the old boss':
08 June, 2011

In a harshly worded statement Egypt's "interim government" led by Essam Sharaf - a former member of the influential "higher policies secretariat" of the ruling party NDP - today vowed to begin enforcing the "anti-strike law" that was issued in April and bans any strikes or protests that disrupts the economy (in contradiction with international treaties signed by Egypt that confirm the right of workers to resort to peaceful strikes to press their demands on employers).

Shortly after the statement was issued on the governments web page, Central security forces and plain-clothes agents descended on tenant farmers that had been staging a peaceful sit-in outside the Cabinet... [More]
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