Energy War: US starting strangulation tactics against Moscow
By Abdel Jabber
Global Research, January 18, 2009
WorldFutures.info 16 February 2009
Region: Europe, Russia and FSU
In view of the recent Ukrainian ploy in joining the Americans to attempt at boycotting Russian gas transportation to Europe, Moscow could study and implement a new strategy and logistics for its gas sale to its European consumers, experts said to WorldFutures.info. The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry confirmed on Thursday Russian media reports that Kiev was planning to involve the United States in modernizing its Soviet-era gas pipeline network. Continue reading
West, Nato hands-off Crimea!
It is now up to the EU, NATO and USA not to meddle in the Russian affairs in the Crimea region, and to forget their intentions to get rid of the Russia in Sevastopol.
Why the West, Nato should stay-off Crimea. There are many reasons for the Western nations, the EU and the United States together and their mercenary forces of NATO to stay away from the events in the Crimea. The most daunting for the Western forces will be to allow peace to settle in Ukraine. Can they do that? Continue reading
Ukraine: Should Russia Act?
Konstantinov said the signal from Moscow should be that any regime change in Ukraine will be illegitimate, liquidating all interstate agreements, thus paving the way for some possible tough Russian actions inside Ukraine.
In order to restore its FTA deal with Ukraine, the EU has no qualms in seeing the country burnt to the ground? picture from: ria.ru
The speaker of the Crimean parliament Voladymyr Konstantinov urged the Russian administration to issue a tough statement sending ‘a very clear message to those who planed and financed this anti-constitutional coup.” Continue reading
NATO heading for North Korea?
Borrowed from http://1.bp.blogspot.com
After the failure of the sanctions – sanctions that has caused more harm to the North Korean population – and the failed talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons programme the Americans are now focusing on the leadership of the country as the target for criminal acts.
North Korea is in the limelight of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), with the warnings that has appeared against its security chiefs and possibly even the supreme leader Kim Jon-un who could face ‘international justice’. Continue reading
NATO stages gay marriage in Somalia
aco.nato.int picture : Nato forces heading for Mogadishu to protect Gay wedding…?
In the village of Al Shabab all is not lost for the West and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces: last week, a big party celebrated the first gay wedding in Mogadishu, the besieged capital city of the lawless Somalia.
With a hundred guests, some from abroad grouped in a villa, they were there to celebrate the marriage between two men emotionally tied to each other. Continue reading
Catch 22 situation for Pakistan Army
US nod for Taliban, Pakistan talks – Pause in Drone Attacks:
According to latest news reports from nydailynews.com, US President Barack Obama has ordered a pause in drone strikes in Pakistan for peace talks with Taliban. This confirms our report below on the situation in Pakistan, related to these talks, scheduled for March.
“The lull in strikes comes as the Pakistani government purses talks with the Pakistani Taliban. The last time peace talks were about to begin between the two parties in November, an American drone strike took the leader of the Pakistani Taliban and derailed negotiations.” the nydailynews.com said.
Pakistan army is in a catch 22 situation, wanting the US to remain in Afghanistan beyond 2014 in order to prevent TPP-Afghan Taliban joint forces overrunning Pakistani border areas.
Late Mullah Sangeen of Aghan Taliban with Late Ameer Hakimullah Mehsud of Pak Taliban
By Gora Khandia – (Edited by Kazi Mahmood)
Taliban in long drawn war against Karzai
The Taliban, not denying secret talks with the pro-Nato Hamid Karzai regime in Kabul, is in a long drawn war against the latter hoping the United States will leave their country as scheduled in 2014.
Reuters news agency announced this week, Karzai has been holding secret talks with Taliban officials in the hope of persuading them to make peace his government, confirming a New York Times report. Continue reading