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Andrew P. Napolitano | The American military-industrial-neocon complex wants more war. We must resist them.

Zero Hedge | Because clearly one can’t have a global proxy war without China, and certainly without Russia.

Steve Watson | Nothing to see here, we’ve always been at war with ISIS.

Zero Hedge | ISIS has over-run a Saddam Hussein-era chemical weapons (CW) complex.

Daily Mail | The retired general said that he does support limited military action to stem the flood of ISIS troops.

UK Mirror | Spy bosses ordered several prototypes of a unique action man-type figurine whose face peeled away.

Daily Caller | Dinesh D’Souza doesn’t think it’s morning in America — and it may never be again.

RT | US-led forces in Iraq used depleted uranium weapons in civilian-populated areas during the 2003 military campaign, according to a new Dutch NGO study.

RT | In less than three years US fighter jets have returned to Iraqi skies.

Zero Hedge | Any cease-fire would certainly be violated by the Ukrainian Army.

Washington Times | The planet is not a peaceful place.

Zero Hedge | Who could have possibly foreseen this?

RT | The humanitarian crisis in the eastern Ukrainian city of Slavyansk is worsening by day by day.

London Independent | The US has told senior Iraqi officials that the Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, must leave office if it is to intervene militarily.

France 24 | ISIS Islamist militants have taken control of most of Iraq’s largest oil refinery.

RIA Novosti | Ukrainian investigators believe the explosion on the Urengoi-Pomary-Uzhgorod gas pipeline in Ukraine was caused by an explosive device placed under a concrete block.

RT | Over 100 civilians were killed, 200 injured and hundreds of homes destroyed in the Kiev military operation in eastern Ukraine, Russia’s Investigative Committee said.

Prison Planet.com | Members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIS, were trained in 2012 by U.S. instructors.

Liberty Blitzkrieg | Wait, it gets even crazier.

Bloomberg | Iraq’s military said it repelled an attack by an al-Qaeda breakaway group about 55 kilometers (34 miles) north of Baghdad.

The Hill | Rogers said the U.S. must therefore pursue an “aggressive disruptive campaign” in Iraq.

RIA Novosti | The US Department of State deems the reports about the use of white phosphorus as unreliable.

RT | Militants taking-over parts of Iraq make no bones about broadcasting their reign of terror.

RT | Russia considers the system to be a direct threat to its security.

Zero Hedge | it appears Putin is mobilizing a significant force.

Washington’s Blog | War against Russia, initiated by the United States, is no mere game.

London Independent | Tony Blair last night accused critics of the war in Iraq of trying to “wilfully” claim the current crisis in the country is a result of the original invasion.

Zero Hedge | It appears Ukraine officials are willing to take the pain of no energy instead of paying what Gazprom is asking.

RT | The Ukrainian army has cracked down on self-defense forces in Kramatorsk, eastern Ukraine, killing over 50 people and injuring 150 others in an airstrike, military operation spokesperson Vladislav Seleznev said on his Facebook page.

Prison Planet.com | Alex breaks down the history of the middle east empires, the meddling of the West in the Middle East and how the US has been funding Al Qaeda from it’s inception through today.

Zero Hedge | While the atrocious videos of ISIS killing civilians show the worst of human extremism in action, it seems the US wants to keep the message alive and well that Putin is still a very bad man (thanks to YouTube).

London Guardian | Transport jet brought down by heavy machine gun fire as it approached Luhansk airport, says defence ministry.

Truth Revolt | “We will not be sending U.S. troops back into combat in Iraq.”

Washington Post | Volunteers flocked to protect the Iraqi capital on Friday from militants inspired by al-Qaeda.

Zero Hedge | Here comes the Ketchup heir-in-law.

Zero Hedge | While the US scrambles to figure out what the least painful way is to admit yet another humiliating foreign policy defeat, things in Iraq continue to deteriorate.

Reuters | Shi’te Muslim Iran is so alarmed by Sunni insurgent gains in Iraq that it may be willing to cooperate with Washington in helping Baghdad fight back, a senior Iranian official told Reuters.

Tony Cartalucci | All roads lead to Baghdad and the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is following them all, north from Syria and Turkey to south.

Zero Hedge | It may not be quite as exciting (yet) as CNN’s night vision coverage of the air bombing campaign from Operation Desert Storm.

RT | Residents of Slavyansk and its suburbs were awoken overnight on Thursday by what they say were incendiary bombs that were dropped on their city by Kiev’s military. Witnesses and local media reports suggested that the bombs might be phosphorous.

Zero Hedge | It appears that the best diversion from Obama’s latest bevy of scandals, including the VA snafu and the Bergdahl fiasco, will be yet another war.

London Independent | Extremists capture another major city as government forces disintegrate.

Washington Free Beacon | U.S. F-22, F-15 jets intercept four Bear H bombers near Alaska, Northern California.

Washington Post | Local officials said two suspected U.S. drone strikes in a troubled northwest tribal district of Pakistan killed 16 people Wednesday and early Thursday.

Reuters | A closed-door congressional hearing on the release of Bowe Bergdahl failed to calm Republican anger on Tuesday over the administration’s secretive deal to trade five Taliban leaders held at Guantanamo for the U.S. prisoner of war.

Wolf Richter | U.S. Banks enjoyed more or less steadily climbing, or rather soaring, deposits by Russian institutions and individuals, having tripled in just two years to $21.6 billion by February, according to the US Treasury.

Bloomberg | President Barack Obama’s favorability ratings hit the lowest point of his presidency in a Bloomberg National Poll, with just 44 percent of Americans saying they have positive feelings about him.

Washington’s Blog | Idiotic U.S. Is Making Al Qaeda Stronger Than Ever.

Zero Hedge | Just when one thought US foreign policy couldn’t sink any deeper into the hole of its embarrassment, it takes out a shovel and starts digging.

Washington Post | Insurgents seized control early Tuesday of most of the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.

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