Roberto Abraham Scaruffi

Wednesday, 15 June 2016


Not only the future of the BRICS, but the future of a new multipolar world is in the balance.
Fascism: A Bipartisan Affliction
By Ron Paul
Does the modern American economy not fit the definition of fascism? 
Witness: "America Needs To Stop Bombing ISIS" - Orlando Shooter
This is the only video you need to see to know that this whole Orlando Shooting was Nothing but a STAGED HOAX. 
Campaign 2016's Brave New World
By David Marks
Huxley describes how propaganda is used to justify violence:
America's Gestapo - The FBI's Reign of Terror 
By John W. Whitehead
The United States, has steadily devolved into a police state where justice is one-sided, a corporate elite runs the show.
How Corrupt America Is
By Eric Zuesse
It's become corrupt enough to threaten to take over the entire world.
We Must Understand Corporate Power to Fight It
By Chris Hedges
Our corporate masters know what is coming. They know that as the ecosystem breaks down, despair will give way to panic and rage. 


Hard News

 28 dead in IS counter-attack on Syria goverment forces: monitor: Last week, IS fighters had sent reinforcements of fighters and weapons into Tabqa in anticipation of a fierce battle to defend the town.

ISIS leader al-Baghdadi killed in air strike: Report: According to a report published on Monday in the Turkish daily Yeni Safak, which cited Arabic media as its source, Baghdadi was killed in air raids conducted in Syria on Sunday.

US military officials 'sceptical' of reports ISIS leader al-Baghdadi killed: "We have seen these types of reports before, here in Iraq and in other operations, and until we have confirmation, we are going to practice healthy scepticism," Colonel Christopher C. Garver, a US military spokesman in Baghdad, told Fox News.

Orlando vs Syria: World mourns for 50 killed in Florida, silent on 224 killed in Syria in a week: Shooting incident at the Pulse night club in Orlando Florida was condemned in every corner of the world, while in another part of the world nobody cares to take note of the massacre happening in Syria.

IS suicide attack kills five in Iraq's Ramadi: officers: A suicide attack carried out by Islamic State group fighters killed at least five members of the Iraqi security forces today in the city of Ramadi, army officers said.

Shiite militias accused of executions in Fallujah: The governor of Anbar province, said the men had been killed after they surrendered to a Shiite faction. Another 643 men had gone missing between June 3 and June 5 and "all the surviving detainees were subjected to severe and collective torture".

Iraq makes arrests over reports of Sunnis executed in Falluja: Iraqi authorities "are following up on the violations and a number of arrests have been made," government spokesman Saad al-Hadithi said after a regional governor said 49 Sunni men had been executed after surrendering to a Shi'ite faction.

Second U.S. aircraft carrier enters Mediterranean - US Navy: The U.S. aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower entered the Mediterranean late on Monday, the U.S. Navy said, at a time when U.S. officials are raising alarm over Russia's maritime expansion

Yemen: 3 Killed in 2nd U.S. Drone Strike in 2 Days: U.S. drone strike has killed three people identified by Yemeni officials as alleged al-Qaeda fighters. The victims were driving in a vehicle around the town of Habban.

Netanyahu: Israel Will Never Accept Arab Peace Initiative as Basis for Talks With Palestinians:
 Arab nations must revise the deal to reflect Israeli demands, prime minister reiterates. 'If they bring the proposal from 2002 and define it as 'take it or leave it' - we'll choose to leave it.'

Understanding Netanyahu's Rejection of the Arab Peace Initiative: Op-Ed:Netanyahu has long made it clear that he rejects using the 1967 borders as a basis for talks, that he refuses to divide or share Jerusalem and that he expects the issue of refugees to be off the table completely.

French FM to Netanyahu: I know you're against peace initiative, but train has left the station: Netanyahu strongly criticized the French initiative and expressed strong objections to all its components.

Suicide bombing kills two in Libya's Sirte: Two people were killed in a suicide bombing carried out by Daesh militants on Monday in Libya's northern city of Sirte, according to reports in the local media.

Algerian troops kill two extremists:
It said the two "extremists" were killed on Monday in the Jijel area more than 300 kilometres (185 miles) from Algiers, and added that guns, ammunition and improvised explosive devices were also found.

Ethiopia and Eritrean troops engage in a heavy border battle: Ethiopia's Information Minister Getachew Reda reportedly said both forces have suffered significant casualties

Airstrike kills 28 Taliban in Afghanistan:
In Afghanistan, twenty-eight Taliban were killed and sixteen wounded in an airstrike in southern Helmand province. According to an official, the dead Taliban include five commanders; Mullah Raqeeb, Qari Omer, Firdosi, Jahadullah and Bashir Agha.

U.S. plans billions in Afghan funding until 2020, seeks allies' help: The United States is asking its allies helping with security in Afghanistan to maintain funding for Afghan forces at a cost of nearly $5 billion a year until at least 2020, a top U.S. military commander said on Monday.

BRICS bank, AIIB ready to follow China by financing Moscow-Kazan high-speed railroad: The total cost of the Moscow-Kazan high-speed railway line is estimated at $16.9 bln, while the section may later be extended to China, connecting the two countries across Kazakhstan

NATO proceeds with plan to boost spending, deploy units in Baltics, Poland: NATO states will increase defense spending for a second year in a row, reversing a post-Cold War trend of cutbacks but still well short of the alliance's own targets for military investment, NATO's top official said Monday.

NATO orders four additional battalions to Russian border: The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is sending 4,000 additional troops to Eastern Europe in the name of reassuring Poland and the Baltic states, the alliance's Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg confirmed on Monday.

Refugee Children Face Rape and Death on Europe Journey: UNICEF: Of the over 200,000 people who arrived in Europe by sea this year, one in three was a child.

French police couple killed in attack claimed by Islamic State: A Frenchman who pledged allegiance to Islamic State stabbed a police commander to death outside his home and killed his partner, who also worked for the police, in an attack the government denounced as "an abject act of terrorism".

French attacker live-streamed stabbing, had 'hit list' of VIPs, police : A French attacker live-streamed the killing of a policeman and his partner on Facebook, also posing with their three-year-old son, who remained unharmed. He also had a list of targets, including public figures and journalists, the prosecutor said.

26 people, mostly police, wounded in Paris protests: Some 20 police officers and 6 protesters were injured in Paris Tuesday as demonstrators protesting a contested French labor reform threw projectiles at police officers, who responded with tear gas.

UK: Brexit Camp Is Ahead: Prime Minister David Cameron is foundering in his efforts to persuade voters to reject a so-called Brexit. The pound fell to a two-month low.

German 10-year sovereign bond yields turn negative for first time: The yield on the 10-year benchmark German bund fell into negative territory for the first time ever on Tuesday morning, amid global growth concerns and jitters over the U.K.'s upcoming referendum on its European Union membership.

Investor cash levels are 'consistent with recession': BofA: Portfolios are at 5.7 percent cash, the highest level since November 2001 and "consistent with recession," according to the latest Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Fund Manager Survey.

8 gunmen killed in shootout with police in northern Mexico: The Tamaulipas state government says the gunmen were traveling in two pickup trucks when they came in contact with federal police. The gunmen opened fire on the police, who returned fire, killing all eight.

Meet the Banker Brothers Who Destroyed Ecuador's Economy: Ecuador is seeking the extradition of banking brothers Roberto and William Isaias from the United States on charges that they embezzled funds and are largely responsible for the country's financial crisis in 1999-but the United States has spent the last 13 years ignoring the request.

CIA-run agency recruited Ecuadorian police, military to spy for US - report: Classified documents uncovered by teleSUR have revealed the CIA was running a now-defunct recruitment base out of Ecuador to hire local police and military to serve US interests in the country.

'Feed people, not wars,' pope says in address to U.N. food agency:
"(Weapons) circulate with brazen and virtually absolute freedom in many parts of the world. As a result, wars are fed, not people," said Francis, who has often condemned arms manufacturing and trafficking.

Senate approves defense bill, defies White House veto threat: Defying a White House veto threat, the Senate voted decisively Tuesday to approve a defense policy bill that authorizes $602 billion in military spending, bars shuttering the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and denies the Pentagon's bid to start a new round of military base closings.

Is This PROOF Orlando Shooting Was a STAGED HOAX... This is the only video you need to see to know that this whole Orlando Shooting was Nothing but a STAGED HOAX

Orlando Witness: 'Another Man Was Blocking The Exit Door': . I searched for an hour last night and found this raw footage with local reporters that was not cut and spliced to leave out the part of the story the FBI does not want known. Kudos to the Palm Beach Post for their coverage

Audio clip from Orlando terror attack reveals two or more guns firing simultaneously: Additionally witnesses said that "they" are shooting

Orlando Shooter Was Reportedly a Regular at Pulse and Had a Profile on Gay Dating App: According to witnesses, Mateen was also a regular at the club and exchanged messages with at least one gay man on a gay dating app.

Omar Mateen's Wife Tried to Talk Him Out of Orlando Attack, Sources Say: Omar Mateen's current wife, Noor, told the FBI she was with him when he bought ammunition and a holster, several officials familiar with the case said. She told the FBI that she once drove him to the gay nightclub, Pulse, because he wanted to scope it out.

Media Ignores Mass Killings of American Indians in Its Reporting: American Indians say that the media failed to consider Wounded Knee where some 300 men, women and children were killed a few days after Christmas in 1890.

Hostage situation ends, shooter killed at Walmart in Amarillo, Texas - police: "The hostages were freed within the past half hour after the suspect was shot and killed by Amarillo Police Department SWAT team members," the Randall County Sheriff's Office said.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Call for Bombing ISIS After Orlando Shooting That ISIS Didn't Direct: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump reacted to the Orlando shooting with evidence that they can agree on at least one thing: bombing people.

Clinton Promises 'Surge' in US Spying After Orlando Attack: Hillary Clinton proposed an "intelligence surge" in efforts to help thwart potential terrorist attacks.

Wikileaks will publish 'enough evidence' to indict Hillary Clinton, warns Assange :
Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange warns more information will be published about Hillary Clinton, enough to indict her if the US government is courageous enough to do so, in what he predicts will be "a very big year" for the whistleblowing website.