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Gaza: Joining the dots

Gaza: Joining the dots

  Qatar says to fund $60 million pipeline from Israel to Gaza February, 2021 JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Qatar on Thursday pledged $60 million to build a natural gas pipeline from Israel into the Gaza Strip that will end the energy crisis that has helped cripple the Gaza economy. The Qatari statement, published on its Foreign Ministry website, came two days after Reuters reported that closed-door negotiations on the pipeline had reached a breakthrough. Qatar coming on board publicly gives another…

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Prof Michel Chossudovsky on Justin Trudeau’s emergency

Prof Michel Chossudovsky on Justin Trudeau’s emergency

A National Emergency AGAINST Trudeau’s “COVID Mandates” Which “Seriously Endanger the Lives, Health or Safety of Canadians” According to The Emergencies Act (1985) (Section 3(a)) By Prof Michel Chossudovsky I have carefully read the Emergencies Act as well as the relevant sections of The Charter of Rights of Freedoms. I doubt Justin Trudeau has an understanding of the implications of his actions, not to mention his baseless accusations directed against Canada’s Freedom Convoy:  Were these allegations ratified by the House of Commons? The nature of the Freedom Convoy is…

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The Return of the Taliban

The Return of the Taliban

The End of the US Empire? Nafeez Ahmed 19 August 2021 Before 9/11, Nafeez Ahmed warned of an impending invasion of Afghanistan to control a strategic pipeline. 20 years on, the return of the Taliban is the predictable legacy of America’s failed strategy “The Taliban will probably develop like the Saudis… There will be Aramco, pipelines, an emir, no parliament and lots of Sharia law. We can live with that.” These were the words of a US diplomat a year…

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