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Geoff D. Porter to Algeriepatriotique : « It is not very probable that there are disorders in Algeria »

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Geoff D. Porter : «Le potentiel de changement après l’ère Bouteflika est énorme.» D. R.

Geoff D. Porter ; « The potential of change after the era Bouteflika is enormous » AP.DR

Algeriepatriotique : As American expert, how do you analyze the situation which prevails in Algeria at the moment ?

Dr. Geoff D. Porter : Algeria is at its most important political turning point in two decades. If President Bouteflika runs for reelection, Algerians will have to choose between continuing Bouteflika’s leadership or for voting for the first new leader since 1999. Lire la suite »


Washington Orchestrated Protests Are Destabilizing Ukraine

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Washington Orchestrated Protests Are Destabilizing Ukraine

Paul Craig Roberts

The protests in the western Ukraine are organized by the CIA, the US State Department, and by Washington- and EU-financed Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) that work in conjunction with the CIA and State Department. The purpose of the protests is to overturn the decision by the independent government of Ukraine not to join the EU. Lire la suite »

« The Five Criminals: In America the Gestapo Has Replaced The Rule Of Law »

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The Five Criminals
In America, the Gestapo Has Replaced the Rule of Law

Paul Craig Roberts

RT is the best English language news source available to Americans. On January 29, RT published a photo of 5 presidential appointees lying through their teeth to Congress.  Lire la suite »

Noam Chomsky to Algeriepatriotique : « A partition of Syria is not to be pushed aside »

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Noam Chomsky : «Syria seems to me to proceeding on a suicidal course» AP. D.R.

On the day before the conference of Geneva 2, Noam Chomsky declared to me that « Syria seems to me to proceeding on a suicidal course, painful – shattering – to watch ». For this American thinker of international fame, « If things proceed as they are, a three-way partition is not unlikely : Assad-controlled, Kurdish perhaps linking somehow with Iraqi Kurdistan, and a region controlled by warring rebel groups – with much of the population suffering bitterly, those who have not yet fled and are living in misery ». Lire la suite »

Guy McPherson : « I would like to visit Algeria to discuss the climate change »

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Le professeur Guy McPherson. D. R.

Professor Guy McPherson  DR

Mohsen Abdelmoumen : As scientist, you make an alarming report of the environmental situation. Can you explain us it?

Guy McPherson : If industrial civilization is maintained, climate change will cause human extinction in the near term. If industrial civilization collapses, ionizing radiation will be released upon catastrophic meltdown of the world’s nuclear power plants. The oceans are dying, and we are driving 200 species to extinction each day. All of these factors point toward human extinction in the near future. Lire la suite »

Revelations on phone-tapping between the former president Mohamed Morsi and the leader of Al-Qaeda

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Very well informed sources report on organized leaks of secret phone calls between Mohamed Morsi and Ayman Al-Zawahiri, leader of Al-Qaeda, causing embarrassment over a government, whether in the West, Israel or in some Arab countries. The United States has not breathed a word to comment on these shocking revelations showing collusion between a head of State exercise and the terrorist so-called public enemy number one, with an Egyptian newspaper of general circulation has just published the second part. Lire la suite »

David Swanson :  » The American government is the biggest supplier of violence « 

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David Swanson D.R.

Mohsen Abdelmoumen: You are the most active and the most coherent anti-war activist in the United States today. How analyze you the situation in Syria ?

David Swanson : It’s a major humanitarian crisis – in other words : a war, fueled on both sides by outside arms and ammunition.  It will be deescalated by deescalating it, halting the flow of arms, creating a ceasefire, even an imperfect one at first, and negotiating a settlement.  It will not be improved by further escalation or prolongation of the violence. Lire la suite »