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The Greek Coup: Liquidity as a Weapon of Coercion

In the modern global banking system, all banks need a credit line with the central bank in order to be part of the payments system. Choking off that credit line was a form of blackmail the Greek government couldn’t refuse.

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Musharraf Facing Treason Trial in Pakistan (Video)

Pervez Musharraf’s political trajectory has taken a sharp plunge, as Pakistan’s former president now finds himself on the wrong side of the law in his home country.

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Manning Might Face the Death Penalty

Pfc. Bradley Manning was allegedly the conduit through which WikiLeaks received a great deal of information that the U.S. military and government didn’t want the public to know, and on Wednesday the Army slapped him with ...

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Mike Huckabee Wants to Execute the Wiki-Leaker

Mike Huckabee, who might just run for president again, says “whoever in our government leaked that information is guilty of treason and I think anything less than execution is too kind a penalty.”

Posted on Dec 1, 2010 WATCH & LISTEN



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Gaza War Still Stirs Divisions in Israel

A year after the Israeli attack on the Gaza Strip, divisions between factions within Israel are deepening. One right-wing group has launched a public campaign targeting domestic human rights organizations that assisted U.N. officials investigating Israeli war crimes, accusing them of, wait for it ... treason.

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Tokyo Rose Dies at 90

The woman known as “Tokyo Rose” has died at the age of 90, almost 60 years after she was imprisoned for broadcasting propaganda messages to U.S. soldiers in WWII.  Pardoned in 1977, the Japanese-American Iva Toguri never agreed to renounce her citizenship, and was convicted of treason in a sham trial in 1949.

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