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War and Economic Terrorism: Diverging Voices. David Cameron vs. Cristina Fernandez

5 Oct 2014, by Colin Todhunter. Republished from Global Research.

See also on Global Research: US Vice-President Joe Biden Blames Washington's Middle East Allies for Financing ISIS (5/10/14) by Patrick Hennigsen, Obama's Plan For a 'No-Fly Zone' Over Northeastern Syria – ISIS Was a Window-Dressing for the Real War Against the (3/10/14) by 21st Century Wire, The Islamic State Opens Its First Consulate in Turkey's Capital. Issuing Visas to Foreign Fighters (2/10/14) by PressTV, War on ISIS and Media Lies: The Comic Book Simplicity Of Propaganda (1/10/14) by Media Lens.

"... those who form the ISIS ... were previously regarded as freedom fighters who fought in Syria against the Government of Al Assad ... the great powers change too easily the concept of friend-enemy or of terrorist-non-terrorist." – President of Argentina Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner in her recent speech to the UN General Assembly.

Neoliberalism, libertarianism and thought control processes - article by Sally Pepper

There’s a sinister contradiction in the philosophy and pervasiveness of neoliberalism. The contradiction is that neoliberalism uses the concept of freedom, something we all love and value highly, to sell its message. That message is about the freedom of goods, services and wealth, to go wherever they like, chasing their own best interests, finding their own level and the best deal, with as few impediments and disincentives as possible.
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