Monthly Archives: December 2012

On the Cusp of Ending Big Pharma

Gene therapy threatens to disrupt forever big-pharma’s profiteering, but not without a fight. December 28, 2012  (LD) – Imagine being diagnosed with cancer, a genetic disease, or even age-related deterioration in the morning, given a single injection in the evening, … Continue reading

Posted in HealthGenetics

UN Syria "Peace Plan" a Fraud

December 28, 2012 (LD) – UN “peace envoy” Lakhdar Brahimi  is attempting to broker a transitional government ahead of proposed elections in Syria. For Brahimi, his efforts are not only in vain, they are entirely disingenuous. The proposal of a … Continue reading

Posted in middle east, Syria

NYT Defends Fortune 500’s Global Human Exploitation

December 27, 2012 (LD) – While the US funds and arms sectarian death squads across the Arab World under the guise of “promoting democracy,” it props its own economy up on a vast network of global human exploitation. From Walmart’s … Continue reading

Posted in alternative economy

US Attempting Regime Change in Malaysia: Fact or fiction?

­December 27, 2012 (RT – Nile Bowie) – As the South-East Asian nation of Malaysia prepares for general elections, distrust of the political opposition and accusations of foreign interference have been major talking points in the political frequencies emanating from … Continue reading

Posted in Asia, malaysia, NileBowie, RT report

Syrian Military: Militants Using Chemical Weapons

Chemical weapons reportedly used by NATO-armed, funded terrorists near Damascus.  December 24, 2012 (LD) – PressTV has reported (more details via Fars News) that chemical weapons have been used by militants fighting Syrian government forces in Daraya, near Damascus. PressTV … Continue reading

Posted in middle east, Syria

UN Defends NATO’s Premeditated Genocide in Syria

As long-planned sectarian bloodbath unfolds, UN deceitfully labels atrocities as “reprisals.”  December 21, 2012 (LD) – As early as 2007, it was reported that the US, Israel, and Saudi Arabia, together were not only organizing, funding, training, and arming militants … Continue reading

Posted in middle east, Syria, UN

South Korea’s Elections

Hardline Conservatism with a Liberal Smile. December 21, 2012 (Nile Bowie) – The ever-changing political landscapes of the Korean Peninsula never fail to offer stark contrasts. To the north, a somber December is spent mourning the forefathers of the communist … Continue reading

Posted in Asia, Korea, NileBowie, SouthKorea