BFP Select Nightly News & Editorials- February 12, 2013

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“The power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who have not got it.” –George Bernard Shaw


International Newsworthy

Iran Soothes Nuclear Tensions by Resuming Uranium Conversion

Small Russian Banks Help Iran’s Oil Exports

US Lists New Iran Sanctions on Several Chinese Firms

Iran again Invites Russia to Join its Oil & Gas Projects

Iran to Launch Largest NGL Plant in Persian Gulf

Iran ‘Mass Producing’ Copies of U.S. Drone after Reverse Engineering Design?

Iran Police Seize 77 Tons of Narcotics in Southern Iran

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U.S. Speeds Pullout from Afghanistan

Australia’s Military Role in Afghanistan Pending US Decision

US Attack Kills 2 Afghan Civilians

India’s Foreign Policy 2012: A Critical Review In Relation To China And Pakistan Military Threats  

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Syria: Police Stations in Aleppo’s Countryside Drift toward Islamism

Syria’s Kurds and the Struggle for Oil

Twin Suicide Attacks Kill 14 Syria Security Officers: NGO

Traders Fear Syria Oil Exports Violate Sanctions

Deadly Bus Blast Hits Turkey’s Syria Border

Turkey: Making Sense of Ankara’s Growing Foreign Aid Program

Turkish Jets Bomb PKK Bases in Northern Iraq

Obama Voices Support for Talks on ‘Resolving’ Kurdish Issue

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Militant Threats Test Pentagon’s Role in Africa

Heavily Armed Mali Rebels Spreading Across Africa

Mass Protests shake US-backed Islamist Regime in Tunisia

Algeria Salafists Seek to Establish Political Party

Libya to Close Border with Egypt & Tunisia for Security Precaution

Egyptian Court Sentences 2 Israelis in Prison over Illegal Entrance

Egypt’s Muslim Clerics Elect Top Islamic Jurist

Egypt’s Iran Policy Linked to Brotherhood

Congo police capture rebel leader

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Putin Urges Ban on Officials’ Foreign Bank Accounts

Russia Turns Black Gold to Bullion as Russia Outbuys World

SOCAR: Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline will be a Very Ambitious Project for EU

Uzbekistan Offers West Safe Afghan Exit in Exchange for Weapons

Kyrgyzstan Former President Kurmanbek Bakiyev Sentenced

Tajikistan: Dushanbe Targets Old Presidential Challenger for Extradition

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Energy Security: Israel Firms Invest in US Energy Search off Greek Cyprus

EU Moves Forward with Plans to Sanction Products Made in Israeli Settlements

French Police Arrest 15 PKK Members

Italy Defence Group CEO Arrested for Bribery

Icelandic MP Plans Bradley Manning Support Trip Despite US Legal Threats

Canada Kills Controversial Internet Surveillance Bill


National Newsworthy

Dick Cheney Backs Obama Policy on Drone Strikes

Obama to ‘Bypass Congress’ on CISPA with Cybersecurity Executive Order

Brennan ‘Never Expressed Concerns over Waterboarding’ – Former Top CIA Lawyer

Sen. Feinstein’s Claim of Single-Digit Drone-Related Civilian Deaths Clashes with Reality

Former CIA Operative’s Trial Postponed Again

Raytheon People-Tracking Software can be Sold Outside U.S.

TSA Naked X-Ray Scanners To Be Used In Office Buildings

“Model” Private Prison Slammed for Poor Conditions

Soybean Farmer Faces Showdown with Monsanto at Supreme Court

Report: Hundreds of Former SEC Employees Representing Clients before Agency

Saudi Money Shaping U.S. Research

China Eclipses U.S. as Biggest Trading Nation

Citigroup Hasn’t Paid Taxes in 4 Years, Got $2.5 Trillion from Feds

Food Stamp Rolls in America Now Surpass the Population of Spain

Student Loans Going the Way of Housing


Noteworthy Editorials

Guy Evans: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Glenn Greenwald: Progressives Defend Obama’s Kill List

Ralph Nader: Generalissima Clinton Expanding the Empire

Chris Hedges: The NDAA and the Death of the Democratic State

David Swanson: Drones and Our National Religion   

Tony Cartalucci: Trillions for Wars, None for Cancer Stricken Children

Stephen Lendman: More Evidence Obamacare Ripped Off Americans

Phil Weiss: Cognitive Dissonance on NPR

Nationalism and the Drone War


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BFP Podcast: Geopolitics w/Ryan Dawson Presents Rob Prince “Africa Wars: How Much of Blowback is Really Unintended?”

Podcast: Corbett Report- No Fit State


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  1. avatar flogchopsuey says:

    Thank you for this enlightening presentation. I look forward to learning more about Freedom Force. The realities of what it takes to create and sustain a complex global technological society with infrastructure of food, transportation, distribution, telecommunications, education, etc. etc. means that the existing system must remain intricately interconnected in order to function. The prime actors within this sphere spend a great deal of money, time, personnel etc. in order to maintain formal and informal networks to keep this system rolling and furthermore to maximize their own power, money, influence, control, status, etc. Often generational expertise has been established and from an early age attending private boarding schools and to their dying day, people like this are often surrounded by their own kind having maintained and cultivated life long contacts in politics, the arts, sports, industry, etc. The membranes that allow fresh nutrients into the system and expel waste are active to assure continued vitality and relevancy, so the landscape is ever shifting. Technological innovations, as you have pointed out, Mr. Corbett, are often instrumental in fomenting revolutions within the leadership group, if not by sheer economic forces, through violent collisions of cultures. Along the way, natural and forced purges assure that only the most socially adept survive the vetting process necessary to assure survivability in the domain of those members of a clique that are destined to have a public personae. Thanks again, and keep up the good work.

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