On Mar. 24, US president Barack Obama announced that all 9,800 US troops currently stationed in Afghanistan will remain until the end of 2015. This generated a fair amount of criticism: it was, after all, Obama’s promise that the last American troop would leave the country in 2014.
By Annalisa Merelli
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If ever you naively believe in popular uprisings bursting into revolutions “breaking” non “democratic” (a nonsense concept) regimes to ensure a free independent society then you are advised to listen to this report explaining you how revolutions are engineered by criminal gangs wearing the cloak of virtuous and moral “democratic” countries…
How To Engineer A Crisis
Are you a dictator in need of public support for your latest draconian clampdown on dissent? Or a deep state plotter hoping to topple a foreign government who doesn’t comply with your every wish? A low-level Machiavellian schemer looking for the ultimate trick for defeating your enemies without lifting a finger? Then look no further than this handy-dandy guide to “How To Engineer A Crisis.”
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The attack on Yemen is not “Saudi-led” but merely Saudi-fronted. Britain and America are concealed behind what Lord Curzon once called an ‘Arab facade’. Philip Hammond claimed Britain aren’t directly involved in the Yemen campaign but hinted they could be in the future. He instead states that Britain will support the assault on Yemen “in every practical way short of engaging in combat”.  Below is a catalogue of British involvement, based on reporting so far:
Direct involvement by British personnel
- British military personnel key in the codes that help select and attack targets. 
- Britain provides Saudi Arabia with intelligence for targeting. 
- “[S]ix [British] experts are working with Saudi targeteers who select locations for attack.” 
- British officials have access to lists of targets. 
- Targeting training: Britain is providing targeting training to Saudi forces, including for cruise missile attacks. Three three-week courses in targeting for the Royal Saudi Air Force (20 attendees on each). Saudi land forces were trained in targeting and “weapons-locating radar”. 
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