Ron Paul is scheduled to speak at a confab sponsored by a wing of the “Traditionalist” Catholic schism, sharing the bill with Italian neo-fascist leader Roberto Fiore.
How Sections of the Left Came to Abandon Syria
by Martin Pravda, International Socialist Network, UK
On the same day as it was announced that the ousted Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak will be released from prison following the massacres of hundreds of supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, reports circulated that the Syrian regime under the dictatorship of Bashar al-Assad had embarked on a chemical attack on its population. Disturbing footage quickly emerged of hundreds of dead and dying people in the opposition-controlled area of Ghouta just outside of Damascus. Images of some of the bodies showed skin turning yellow with visible white foaming at the mouth, proving the reports to be accurate. As the hours went on it emerged that over a thousand people had died as a result of being gassed. This was immediately broadcast across Western media outlets as international pressure once again built up against the regime.Continue ReadingSOLIDARITY BETRAYED
Israeli forces razed several buildings in two East Jerusalem neighborhoods, summarily evicitng the families under the pretext that the homes were built without a license.
The Honduran government is planning to form a military police unit, despite the rights abuses that led to the abolition of the military police 1997. The US reportedly likes the idea.
As many as 300 undocumented Central American migrants may have been riding on top of a freight train when it derailed, killing six or more and leaving dozens injured.
Dissident teachers continue to fight government efforts to change the education system—this time cutting off access to both houses of Congress and the Mexico City airport.
Local farmers demanding electricity and a bridge are the latest group to protest at the massive Belo Monte dam project in the Brazilian Amazon.