1. Truth Vibrations

    Iran President Hassan Rouhani's letter to world in Washington Post

    What do you guys make of this?
  2. 100th Monkey

    The blatant manipulation of the media again, Fake images of violence in Syria on German TV

    A German TV channel used an old video from Iraqi prisons under Saddam Hussein from 2007 to "reporting" alleged violence in Syria. Here is the real video 2007 here:
  3. Truth Vibrations

    David icke & alex jones - sociopathic & psychopathic police

    "It is the same story over and over, police violence, unrestrained power, and the beating of people with impunity. Actually, I hope that the police perpetuate this violence at a much faster, widespread rate so; this all gets sorted out sooner than later. When the tipping point occurs and it...
  4. Denise

    Facebook witch-hunt for London rioters

    British courts are coming down hard on the rioters who spread mayhem last week - but human rights groups are accusing judges of over-reacting by dishing out severe penalties to score popularity points. Two men were jailed for four years each for trying to incite street violence through Facebook...

    Mutilated bodies found near Mexico's richest city

    MONTERREY, Mexico – Police found five mutilated bodies outside the wealthy city of Monterrey on Tuesday, part of a series of attacks that killed 23 people and dragged the region deeper into Mexico's drug war. Gunmen dumped the five dead men, their arms and legs chopped off, on a street in the...
  6. R

    Somalia: 117,000 PEOPLE DISPLACED

    Somalia: 117,000 PEOPLE DISPLACED June 10th, 2009 in Breaking News ReliefWeb » Document » Somalia violence escalates. Thousands of Somalis were forced to flee their homes over the weekend in some of the heaviest and bloodiest street battles in Mogadishu since 8 May when the latest round of...
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    Audio slideshow: Mexico drug violence

    Audio slideshow: Mexico drug violence Mexico is in the grip of vicious drug-related violence as traffickers battle each other and the authorities. Nowhere has seen more bloodshed than Ciudad Juarez, a sprawling city on the US-Mexico border. The city's police chief stepped down on Friday...