Havana and Tehran : “It is clear that unilateral sanctions do not work”

Bookstore in Athens after riots of December 2008, by Kostisl / wikimedia

Bookstore in Athens after riots of December 2008, by Kostisl / wikimedia

“The announcement of Washington’s restoration of diplomatic relations with Havana prefigures that of relations with Tehran. The United States has not abandoned its imperialist ambitions and these two states have not renounced their revolutionary ideals. However, pragmatic, Washington acknowledges that Cuba and Iran will not be defeated by diplomatic isolation and economic war. He is preparing for another type of confrontation.” – Thierry Meyssan

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After Cuba : The U.S. should NOW abandon the policies of confrontation with the BRICS

Photo by Jean & Nathalie / wikimedia *

Original image by Jean & Nathalie modified by CNLib / wikimedia *

LaRouchePAC (December 17, 2014) –  A grouping of more than 100 prominent politicians, businessmen, academics, scientists and artists from 20 countries have publicly endorsed a resolution calling on the U.S. and Europe to collaborate with the BRICS nations in the interest of peace and economic development (see below for signatures). The resolution, sponsored by the Schiller Institute, was issued in response to the offer of China’s President Xi Jinping for the United States to join China’s New Silk Road development program and abandon the policies of confrontation with particularly Russia and China. – emphasis added

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NATO Recycling Old US “Operation Northwoods” in Syria?

Actual photo of the Northwoods Memorandum by L.L.LEMNITZER / Wiki Commons *

“US military doctrine envisages the central role of  “massive casualty producing events” in which innocent civilians are killed. The killings are deliberately carried out as part of a covert operation. The enemy is blamed for the resulting atrocities.

The objective is to justify a military agenda on humanitarian grounds. The doctrine dates back to 1962: Operation Northwoods.”  Michel Chossudovsky

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UN urges end of U.S. embargo on Cuba

Provinces of Cuba / Wikimedia Commons *

The United Nation “calls for an immediate end to the blockade on Cuba. It was approved with 187 votes for, 2 against (United States and Israel) and 3 abstentions (Marshall Islands, Republic of Palau and the Federated States of Micronesia – U.S. satellite, but still not repeating the vote against, abstaining instead).”  Pravda.ru

“Almost no one else supports the embargo, and it is time to assess whether it is still in the US’s best interests.The embargo on Cuba represents the most comprehensive set of economic sanctions the US imposes on any nation in the world.  Marin Katusa, Casey Energy Opportunities (1)

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