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Auswärtiges Amt: Bericht zu „KZ-ähnlichen Zuständen“ in libyschen Lagern bleibt geheim – netzpolitik.org
Im Januar veröffentlichte die Welt Zitate aus einem Drahtbericht der deutschen Botschaft in Niger zum Zustand von Flüchtlingslagern in Libyen. Die Diplomaten berichteten darin von „allerschwersten, systematischen Menschenrechtsverletzungen in Libyen“. Interviews mit Flüchtlingen sowie „authentische Handyfotos und -videos“ belegten nach Aussage von Botschaftsmitarbeitern „die KZ-ähnlichen Verhältnisse in den sogenannten Privatgefängnissen“.
Libyen  Libya  refugee  crisis  human  rights  European  Union  corruption  bribery  EU  Africa  Warlord  Syria  Iraq  Yemen  UN  Nigeria  Afghanistan 
october 2017 by asterisk2a
(1487) Blaming Russia Goes Deeper Than Hillary Clinton & the Democrats - YouTube
keeping in a permanent state of alarmingness/ "permanent war footing" / readiness preparedness: China South Sea (China) w Japan as Allie. // vs Russia. // Middle East. // Kovalik's new book is "The Plot to Scapegoat Russia: How the CIA and the Deep State Have Conspired to Vilify Russia." --- MANUFACTURING CONSENT - PERCEPTION MANAGEMENT HYPERNORMALISATION
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june 2017 by asterisk2a
Secret World of US Election: Julian Assange talks to John Pilger (FULL INTERVIEW) - YouTube
obamas cabinet choosen by banks and establishment )of powers). saudi financing of middle east instability. // Clinton Foundation - geld und macht waesche machine. // Trump not permitted to win by established forces of power. //
Julian  Assange  Wikileaks  BarackObama  presidency  presidential  election  2016  Hillary  Clinton  USA  Saudi  Arabia  ISIS  Yemen  Iran  Russia  Syria  Plutocracy  1%  Super  Rich  Establishment  Career  Politicians  Foundation 
november 2016 by asterisk2a
Time is running out to pay attention to the crisis in the Yemen
Caught between the two sides, the Yemeni people have little to hope for, especially as they have lost faith in the “international system” which has so far showed total disregard for upholding international humanitarian law and basic human rights in the country. The UK, for instance, has shown unwavering support for the Saudi-led coalition, to which it supplies arms (Britain has sold more than £3.7bn of arms to Saudi Arabia since the airstrikes began), military advisors, and an umbrella to shield its activities from any international inquiry into human rights violations. A motion to withdraw support from the Saudi coalition until an independent UN investigation has examined whether its bombing campaign is in breach of international law was defeated yesterday in the House of Commons by 283 votes to 193.
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november 2016 by asterisk2a
The "War on Terror" in Yemen and Beyond: Legal and Ethical Implications - YouTube
USA is at war in Yemen. Is a humanitarian catastrophe. Yet another civil war in Middle East. As in Syria/Irak. And Afghanistan. Under radar screen of international community. United Nations. [bc Saudis own middle east hegemony aspirations! ... oil dollars!/petro dollars are their insurance!] [ France UK USA sell arms to SA ] Drone strikes (civilian casualties and mistaken targets) create anti-american sentiment. Saudi Arabia opposed Iran agreement deeply! Is this all "obscure." Or is it all absurd (as is life, see psychology on existentialism). Creating oh, dear (oh dearism (see Adam Curtis, throwing hands over head giving up to understand followed by covering ones eyes, ears, mouth). Bc it is easier in a selfish world where collectivism and activism has been buried under trillons of selfies and handbags for one season. [...] Another Proxy War, as in Syria (ie Iran backed Houthis, little bit overstated! but there).
Yemen  Saudi  Arabia  Military–industrial  complex  Pentagon  Syria  ISIS  Al-Qaeda  Houthi  UK  Human  Rights  humanity  Hegemony  Russia  Israel  Iran  Turkey  China  Germany  Drone  Warfare  CIA  War  on  Terror  Arms  Trade 
november 2016 by asterisk2a
UK licences £2.8bn of arms sales to Saudis since kingdom entered Yemen war
theguardian.com/world/arms-trade //&! Civil servants in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills are giving British companies the all-clear to press ahead with contracts even though they are likely to lead to human rights abuses, the foreign affairs select committee will be told on Tuesday. - bit.ly/1RiI3Xk
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april 2016 by asterisk2a
Yemen conflict: Governor of Aden killed in Islamic State attack - BBC News
Islamic State militants say they are responsible for a blast that killed the governor of Yemen's port city of Aden. Jaafar Mohammed Saad and several aides died when their convoy was hit. IS says it detonated a car laden with explosives as he drove by. The group has established a presence in Yemen since its civil war broke out. It is opposed to the government and Iranian-backed Houthi rebels who have seized much of the country, including the capital Sanaa. Earlier this year, Aden was recaptured by government troops backed by a Saudi-led coalition.
ISIS  Africa  Middle  East  Lybia  Yemen  Boko  Haram  islamic  radicalism  islamic  extremism  War  on  Terror  history  radicalization  radicalisation  poverty  Perspektivlosigkeit  Iraq  War  Drone  Strike  Drone  Warfare  Afghanistan  destabalisation  destabilization  Egypt  Arab  League  Saudi  Arabia 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
VIDEO: ‘Days of Revolt’ With Chris Hedges: ISIS, the New Israel - Truthdig
https://youtu.be/Go5vYcrwlOM // Hedges begins by pointing out how the Sykes-Picot agreement of 1916, responsible for “carving up the Middle East and turning countries into protectorates,” has been changed only twice—once with the Israeli independence and now with Islamic State. As Hedges put it, the tactics used to redraw the map in the Middle East are both effective and familiar, including the “use of foreign money, use of foreign fighters, tactics of ethnic cleansing and terrorism and this mythical vision—in the case of Israel, the recreation of Judea and Sumeria from the Bible, and in the case of ISIS, the recreation of the seventh-century caliphate.” Alnasseri agrees, opening his response with the observation that “to understand the pheonomenon of ISIS, we need to contextualize it within the setbacks and counter-revolution against the Arab revolutions.“ [...] 'Iraq can not be re-united.'
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Number displaced worldwide hits record high - UN report - BBC News
The document by the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, says the number of people forced to flee their homes rose by 8.3 million from the previous year. The continuing conflict in Syria is seen as a major factor behind the record numbers. UNHCR head Antonio Guterres told the BBC the "world is a mess". "The drama is that if people think that humanitarians can clean up the mess. It's no longer possible. We have no capacities to pick up the pieces. "More and more people are suffering, and unfortunately for many of them there is no chance to support them." Mr Guterres said that the number of displaced people had increased to 42,500 per day in 2014, from 32,000 the year before. [...] The report says that at least 15 conflicts have erupted or reignited in the past five years, including eight in Africa and three in the Middle East. This led to 59.5 million displaced people by the end of 2014, of whom 38.2 million were displaced in their own country, by internal conflict.
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june 2015 by asterisk2a

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