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Over 200 African Leaders: NATO is on a recolonizing mission


"Nato has violated international law... they had a regime change agenda," said one of the signatories, University of Johannesburg head of politics, Chris Landsberg.

"The re-colonisation of Africa is becoming a real threat," he told reporters in Johannesburg.

The letter was signed by more than 200 prominent Africans, including ANC national executive member Jesse Duarte, political analyst Willie Esterhuyse of the University of Stellenbosch, former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils, lawyer Christine Qunta, former deputy foreign affairs minister Aziz Pahad, former minister in the presidency Essop Pahad, Sam Moyo of the African Institute for Agrarian Studies, former president Thabo Mbeki's spokesperson Mukoni Ratshitanga, and poet Wally Serote.



Rejoice, Libyan People

Your Prince is returning!

Libyan Prince Idris Al-Senussi is thankful to the young people of Libya and looks forward to working with a new government.


America's Endless Wars

US military forces are now waging simultaneous drone missile attacks, bombings, special forces assassination raids and ground combat in five separate countries: Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya and Yemen.

Is the War on Terror officially over?

Hieleah, Florida Hands Key to the City to a Terrorist



Does the U.S. Government Really "Support the Troops?"

Veterans face high unemployment after military service

No more shuttle program:

Military spends more to air condition tents than NASA’s entire budget


Poll: 63 Percent of Americans Oppose Afghan War

JTF2 command 'encouraged' war crimes, soldier alleges

Afghan war costs $300 million a day: Pentagon


"American support for the war in Afghanistan has never been lower"

CNN: "The latest poll from CNN and Opinion Research Corporation found only 37% of all Americans favor the war, 52% say the war in Afghanistan has turned into a Vietnam."


94 out of every 100 people killed by Missile Drones are civilians. 687 Civilians to Date.

Victory impossible in Afghanistan: senior British commander

Afghan war unwinnable, says UK commander

Gwynne Dyer: Afghanistan an unwinnable war

U.S./Canada-backed Afghan government tries to legalize rape




Source: Global Research