In the following film, MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann takes a look at at how Rupert Murdoch has achieved a stranglehold on many aspects of the media, what his agenda is, and how he will use any means to achieve his goals. Continue reading
By: Amir Mahdi Kazemi – Press TV, Tehran
In an interview with Iran’s newly launched Press TV, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has commented on a number of issues particularly the South American nation’s foreign policy.
The following is the text of the interview with the President Continue reading
Thursday July 19, 2007
Source: The Guardian
Tony Blair spoke to Rupert Murdoch three times in nine days in the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, it emerged yesterday, after the government caved in to a four-year campaign for the release of details of their conversations and meetings.
The Cabinet Office agreed to publish the dates of their contacts one day after the former prime minister left office. No further details of the calls are available and no details of informal meetings or conversations have been disclosed. Continue reading
By Pepe Escobar
28/03/07 “Asia Times” – — – The 15 British sailors and marines who were patrolling the Shatt-al-Arab – or Arvand Roud, as it is known in Iran – were not exactly indulging in a little bit of Rod Stewart (“I am sailing/stormy waters/to be with you/to be free”). They had their guns loaded. Continue reading