Activist historian Webster Tarpley discussed efforts to destabilize
the Mediterranean/Arab world, as well as how we can pull out of the
current depression, and why Wikileaks is a well orchestrated
"striptease" by the CIA to reveal selected information. The
overthrow of governments in Tunisia and Egypt, as well as other
unrest in the Middle East is part of a "post-modern coup,"--
destabilization techniques used by the US and the UK to further
their agendas without direct military aggression, he argued. By
breaking countries such as Libya, Sudan, and Yemen into smaller
squabbling states, they become easier to control, he explained.
With Tunisian refugees possibly going to Italy, "the CIA would say,
'well if we can submerge Southern Europe beneath a wave of two
million refugees, good-- that makes the euro weaker, and makes the
dollar more attractive-- we're saving our...imperialist system',''
Tarpley continued. He further commented that the idea that there is
an Arab youth movement demanding democracy is a fairy tale.
WikiLeaks, he suggested, pretends to attack the US, but in reality,
it's other countries that get slammed and look bad. He characterized
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as having an "MK Ultra pedigree"
having grown up in Australia with the Hamilton-Byrne cult. Tarpley
also talked about the breakdown of the world economic structure. To
correct the system, he said huge "zombie banks" and derivatives have
to be wiped out, and Wall St. transactions should be subject to
sales taxes. MP3: http://www.apfn.net/CC235/A001I00010108-2801A.MP3
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Brett Assange, the stepfather of the WikiLeaks founder,
told Australian TV that Julian was a bright child, with a strong sense
of right and wrong.
"He was very sharp, he was a very sharp kid. He was very, very sure of
himself. He always stood for the underdog, I remember that like with his
school friends. He was always very angry about people ganging up on
other people. He also had a wonderful sense of humour. Quite
sophisticated in his way, not just as far as his sense of humour is
concerned but the way he looked at the world," Brett said. Read more:
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and that exposure of
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sympathetic to U.S.
argues that the free
market can flourish
only in an ecology
of openness and
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