Wag the Dog: Media Publish Photoshop Forgery to Sell Image of War Torn Syria

Infowars Aaron Dykes July 31, 2012 While mainstream press have been hailing the virtues of the alliance between al Qaeda, the Syrian Free Army and the West in opposing Assad in Syria, they’ve also been caught once again “faking the war” to play up sympathy for an all out invasion.…
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Al-Qaida turns tide for rebels in battle for eastern Syria

The Guardian Ghaith Abdul-Ahad July 31, 2012 As they stood outside the commandeered government building in the town of Mohassen, it was hard to distinguish Abu Khuder’s men from any other brigade in the Syrian civil war, in their combat fatigues, T-shirts and beards. But these were not average members…
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Syrian president lashes out at ‘internal agents’

Associate Press BEIRUT (AP) — In a rare public comment, Syrian President Bashar Assad said foreign enemies are using internal agents in plots to undermine the country's stability. The comments, carried by the state news agency but not broadcast on television, break with the low profile Assad has kept over…
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These 20 Advanced Military Projects Will Change Your Life

Business Insider Walter Hickey The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) gets a ton of funding to develop the science and technological future of the military. This is the agency responsible for GPS, the internet and stealth planes. They're the real ; We looked at their active projects to find…
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The Top 50 #911Truth #WTFacts: 50 Days of Crazy Facts, Rumors and Questions

WTF News The Top 50 #911Truth #WTFacts Campaign: 50 Days of Crazy Facts, Rumors and Questions It's been almost 11 years since the September 11th attacks on the United States, more specifically 50 days until this iteration. Today, we are launching our "Top 50 #911Truth WTFacts" campaign, culminating with number…
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Google Adding DNSChanger Malware Warnings to Search Results

PC Mag Google today pledged to warn users whose computers or home routers appear to be infected with the DNSChanger malware. The roughly half a million devices still infected with DNSChanger will receive warnings atop their search results that provide steps for removing the malicious software from their machines. What's…
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India Begins To Show Stress Fractures Of Inflation

Bloomberg News India is likely to face elevated inflation risks from supply bottlenecks and lingering threats to economic expansion, the Reserve Bank of India said.   “Threats to stability are posed by the global sovereign debt problem and risk aversion, domestic fiscal position, widening current-account deficit and structural aspects of…
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Secretary Of Defense Panetta Downplays Troop Buildup On Turkey-Syria Border

The Pentagon does not see Turkey's recent military buildup along its border with Syria as a precursor to war between the neighboring countries, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said on Friday. "I wouldn't read too much into movements," Panetta told reporters at the Pentagon, noting that Turkish forces continually maintained forces…
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Moody’s Downgrades 28 Spanish Banks On Sovereign Risk

Bloomberg News Banco Santander SA (SAN) and Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA (BBVA) were among 28 Spanish banks downgraded by Moody’s Investors Service, which cited the country’s sovereign debt and rising losses on real estate loans. The lenders’ long-term debt and deposit ratings were cut by one to four levels,…
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Turkey Claims Syria Attacked All Of NATO By Shooting Down Jet

Washington Times ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey said Monday it would push NATO to consider Syria’s downing of a Turkish jet as an attack on the whole military alliance. The announcement came on the eve of a meeting by NATO’s governing body to discuss the incident. Despite deep frustration among many…
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Turkey Claims Syria Fired On Second Turkish Jet, Says “Act Won’t Go Unpunished”, Has Invoked NATO Articles 4 And 5

The embers of World War 3 are burning hotter as news of a second engagement incident over Syria sparks more controversy Via Zero Hedge At this point even those who have never heard of the Gulf of Tonkin know where this is headed: SYRIAN ACT 'WON'T GO UNPUNISHED,' TURKEY'S ARINC…
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Chinese Counterfeit $35 Million Worth of Italian Train Tickets

By PHOEBE NATANSON ROME - Italian police are not surprised when they find counterfeit goods from China, but were taken aback to find $35 million worth of counterfeit train tickets for Rome's "Leonardo express" train on a ship that arrived from China. Police in the Tuscan port of Livorno discovered…
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Downed Turkish Jet Will Be Used By West to Draw Turkey Into Bilderberg and NATO’s Plan

Patrick Henningsen Details regarding today’s reports of a Turkish Jet which lost contact with air traffic control over Syrian airspace and crashed into Syrian territorial waters, are still unclear. It is not known whether the jet was shot down or not. According RT, Turkish President Erdogan “did not confirm reports that…
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Sir Richard Branson Clarifies His Position On Carbon Taxes On The Airline Industry

National Review David Rothbard Words flew as CFACT’s Craig Rucker and Sir Richard Branson squared off at the Rio+20 Earth Summit in Brazil. Surrounded by Greenpeace activists, Branson was leaving the Greenpeace press conference just as Rucker was entering for CFACT’s press event. Rucker seized the opportunity to confront the…
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House Bill Will Bring TSA Tyranny To Mass Transit

Federal News Radio By Joile Lee Follow her @jleeWFED The Transportation Security Administration already shares intelligence it collects with airports. Now a House bill would expand TSA's intel sharing to local mass transit systems as well. Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.), the bill's sponsor, said the legislation is a "common sense…
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“Don’t Be Alarmed”: Army Trains MPs To Drive Tanks On U.S. Streets

Paul Joseph Watson St Louis City residents have been warned to not be alarmed at the sight of Army tanks rolling down residential neighborhoods after sightings of the vehicles provoked fears of martial law. The exercise is part of a Army program run by military police from Fort Meade, Maryland…
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Basel III Will ‘Damage Developing Countries’

  By Brooke Masters Financial Times Tough global bank reforms will be disproportionately difficult to implement in developing economies and will damage their growth, a global taskforce of bankers and businessmen from emerging markets is set to so-called Basel III rules will impose capital and liquidity requirements that were designed…
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