Saturday, August 31, 2013

Fwd: CC News Letter 30 August - British Parliament Votes Down Syria Action

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 Binu Mathew

British Parliament Votes Down Syria Action As US Presses Ahead With Strike Plans
 By Chris Marsden & Julie Hyland

In a stunning setback for the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government of Prime Minister David Cameron and the Obama administration in the US, Britain's MPs voted down a government attempt to secure agreement in principle for military intervention in Syria

Operation Tomahawk With Cheese
 By Pepe Escobar

This deafeningly hysterical show of Syria as Iraq 2.0 is only happening because a president of the United States (POTUS) created a ''credibility'' problem when, recklessly, he pronounced the use of chemical weapons in Syria a ''red line''

Mainstream Media Censorship "Disappears" US -Backed
 War Plan To Gas Syrians And Blame Assad Regime
 By Dr Gideon Polya

The bottom line is that those who attack and devastate other countries without the sanction of the United Nations are degenerate war criminals. As with Nazi war criminals, there should be no place for them to hide on Planet Earth

Obama May Be Walking Into An Impeachment Trap
 By Kevin Zeese

Yesterday 163 Members of Congress sent letters to President Obama telling him that under the US Constitution he is required to get congressional approval before beginning a military attack. The letter drafted by Rep. Scott Rigel (R-VA) had 140 signatures, 119 Republicans and 21 Dems. Rep. Barbara Lee also circulated a letter that had 53 signers, that calls on the president to seek congressional approval

A Call To Resist
 By George Capaccio

What is the difference between a Syrian father cradling the lifeless body of his son, a victim of some dreadful neurotoxin, and a mother in Iraq delivering a horribly deformed baby? On what scale does one measure the suffering of either parent? Are the perpetrators behind the alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria crueler and more deserving of condemnation than the officers who oversaw the destruction of Falluja or a village in Afghanistan? And what of the countless families in Yemen and Pakistan struggling to identify the charred and scattered remains of their loved ones, killed by a US drone? Isn't their pain just as great, their loss just as devastating?

America's War On War
 By Mahboob A. Khawaja

The drums of war are beating again. No one can imagine that if America makes a war-like strike on Syria, it will help the people of Syria to find a peaceful solution of the crisis. There is no impetus for peacemaking and conflict resolution

Rising Temperature, Rising Food Prices
 By Lester R. Brown

Agriculture as it exists today developed over 11,000 years of rather remarkable climate stability. It has evolved to maximize production within that climate system. Now, suddenly, the climate is changing. With each passing year, the agricultural system is becoming more out of sync with the climate system

The Palestinian Genocide By Israel
 By Professor Francis A. Boyle

I am respectfully asking the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal to do the same today for Palestine and the Palestinians. Shake up the entire world! Get humanity to act to save Palestine and the Palestinians from further annihilation and genocide by Israel! Make sure that Palestine and the Palestinians are still alive twenty years from now! Convict Israel for genocide!

Amos Yaron Charged For Genocide At Sabra & Shatilla
 By Professor Francis A. Boyle

 Amos Yaron perpetrated War Crimes, Crimes Against Humanity, and Genocide in his capacity as the Commanding Israeli General in military control of the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps in Israeli occupied Lebanon in September of 1982 when he knowingly facilitated and permitted the large-scale Massacre of the Residents of those two camps

Our Democracy?
 By Robert Jensen

An edited version of a presentation on the panel "Our Democracy in Crisis: The Rise of the Total Surveillance State and the War on a Free Press" organized by Chicago Area Peace Action at North Park University, Chicago, Thursday, August 29, 2013

Does Quality Assurance In school Education Ensure Transparency And Accountability?
 By Swaleha Sindhi

Transparency and accountability in the education system make the basic service delivery more effective. By promoting dialogue and strategic partnerships between school leaders, key stakeholders and civil society, School leadership can promote positive change and reform at various levels, empowering the stakeholders to demand transparent and effective services from the schools

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