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11. September 2017

„Kein Mensch mit Gehirn glaubt der offiziellen Darstellung zu 9/11“ (Rubikon)

Das Narrativ der US-Regierung zu 9/11 ist nichts anderes als eine Verschwörungstheorie, die nur auf unbewiesenen Behauptungen beruht.

Interview mit dem US-amerikanischen Publizisten Paul Craig Roberts

von Torsten Engelbrecht

Heute vor 16 Jahren, am 11. September 2001, stürzten in New York nicht nur die Twin Towers des World Trade Center, kurz WTC 1 und 2, ein. Auch fiel – und das ist vielen gar nicht bekannt – Turm 7 (WTC 7) in sich zusammen, und zwar innerhalb weniger Sekunden und ohne dass er, wie bei WTC 1 und 2 geschehen, von außen von einem Flugzeug oder ähnlichem getroffen wurde. Von offizieller Seite wird nach wie vor kolportiert, Feuer hätte das 47-stöckige WTC-7-Gebäude zum Einsturz gebracht – doch das sei technisch unmöglich. So lautet das vor wenigen Tagen veröffentlichte Zwischenergebnis (1) der „WTC 7 Evaluation“-Studie (2), durchgeführt von einem Team von Ingenieuren unter der Leitung von Leroy Hulsey, Professor für Bauingenieurwesen an der University of Alaska Fairbanks. Damit wird erneut bestätigt, was Experten seit Jahren vortragen, nämlich dass die offizielle Version zu 9/11 faktisch ohne Substanz sei. Paul Craig Roberts, von 1981 bis 1982 Abteilungsleiter für Wirtschaftspolitik im Finanzministerium der Regierung Reagan und ehemaliger Mitherausgeber des Wall Street Journal, äußert sich im Interview dazu, warum es wissenschaftlich haltlos und nur Propaganda für mächtige, verborgende Interessen sei, wenn Politiker und Journalisten von Medien wie New York Times, Spiegel, Stern, NZZ oder Welt der Öffentlichkeit erklären, die offizielle Erklärung zu 9/11 sei unumstößlich.

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11. September 2017

Der Spiegel hetzte schon im Jahr 1973:„Die Türken kommen – rette sich, wer kann“

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11. September 2017

Excerpts of the 2017 Joint Declaration of the BRICS on International Peace and Security

BRICS is the acronym for an association of five major emerging national economies: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
Since 2009, the BRICS nations have met annually at formal summits. China hosted the 9th BRICS summit in Xiamen in September 2017.
As of 2015, the five BRICS countries represented over 3.6 billion people, or about 41% of the world population; all five members are in the top 25 of the world by population, and four are in the top 10. The five nations have a combined nominal GDP of US$16.6 trillion, equivalent to approximately 22% of the gross world product.

The group is lauded for establishing the alternative New Development Bank in 2014. This week, the bank announced $1.4 billion in new loans for sustainable development projects in China, India and Russia. Some say that the BRICS represents the “new multipolar Order of the East“ against the old unipolar Order of the West”.

Here some excerpts of the 2017 Joint Declaration of the BRICS
International Peace and Security

Cognizant of the profound changes the world is undergoing and the global security challenges and threats faced by the international community, we commit to enhance communication and cooperation in international fora on issues concerning international peace and security. We reiterate our commitment to safeguarding world peace and security and to upholding the basic norms of the international law, and the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations including sovereign equality and non-interference in other countries‘ internal affairs.

We welcome the 7th Meeting of the BRICS High Representatives for Security Issues held on 27-28 July 2017 in Beijing, and commend the meeting for having discussion and deepening our common understanding on global governance, counter-terrorism, security in the use of ICTs, energy security, major international and regional hotspots as well as national security and development.

We recall that development and security are closely interlinked, mutually reinforcing and key to attaining sustainable peace. We reiterate our view that the establishment of sustainable peace requires a comprehensive, concerted and determined approach, based on mutual trust, mutual benefit, equity and cooperation, that addresses the causes of conflicts, including their political, economic and social dimensions. We condemn unilateral military interventions, economic sanctions and arbitrary use of unilateral coercive measures in violation of international law and universally recognized norms of international relations. We emphasize that no country should enhance its security at the expense of the security of others.

We reaffirm our commitment to the United Nations as the universal multilateral organization entrusted with the mandate for maintaining international peace and security, advance global development and to promote and protect human rights.

We recall the 2005 World Summit Outcome document and reaffirm the need for a comprehensive reform of the UN, including its Security Council, with a view to making it more representative, effective and efficient, and to increase the representation of the developing countries so that it can adequately respond to global challenges. China and Russia reiterate the importance they attach to the status and role of Brazil, India and South Africa in international affairs and support their aspiration to play a greater role in the UN.

We reiterate that the only lasting solution to the crisis in Syria is through an inclusive „Syrian-led, Syrian-owned“ political process which safeguards the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of Syria, in pursuance of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2254(2015), and promotes the legitimate aspirations of the Syrian people. We strongly support the Geneva Peace Talks and the Astana process, and welcome the creation of the de-escalation areas in Syria, which contributed to decrease the levels of violence and generate positive momentum and conditions for meaningful progress in the peace talks under the auspices of the UN. We oppose the use of chemical weapons by anyone, for any purpose and under any circumstance.

We reiterate the urgent need for a just, lasting and comprehensive solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in order to achieve peace and stability in the Middle East on the basis of relevant United Nations resolutions, the Madrid Principles, the Arab Peace Initiative and previous agreements between the parties through negotiations with a view to creating an independent, viable, territorially contiguous Palestinian State living side by side in peace and security with Israel. Committed to making greater contribution to such solution, we express readiness to enhance our contribution towards a just and lasting resolution of the Middle East conflict and support international efforts to promote peace and stability in the region.

We congratulate the people and Government of Iraq for the recovery of Mosul and for the progress achieved in the fight against terrorism and reaffirm our commitment to Iraq’s sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence and our support for Iraqi government and its people. We express our concern over the situation in Yemen and urge all parties to cease hostilities and to resume negotiations supported by the United Nations. We also call on all parties directly involved in the current diplomatic crisis in the Gulf region to overcome their dissensions through dialogue and welcome the efforts of Kuwaiti mediation in this regard.

We strongly deplore the nuclear test conducted by North Korea. We express deep concern over the ongoing tension and prolonged nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula, and emphasize that it should only be settled through peaceful means and direct dialogue of all the parties concerned.

We firmly support the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on the Iranian nuclear issue and call upon all relevant parties to comply fully with their obligations and ensure full and effective implementation of the JCPOA to promote international and regional peace and stability.

We commend the efforts of African countries, the African Union and sub-regional organizations in addressing regional issues and maintaining regional peace and security, and emphasize the importance of collaboration between the United Nations and the African Union in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations. We support efforts towards comprehensively resolving the issues in Democratic Republic of Congo, Libya, South Sudan, Somalia, Central Africa Republic and Western Sahara.

We strongly condemn terrorist attacks resulting in death to innocent Afghan nationals. There is a need for immediate cessation of violence. We reaffirm our support to the people of Afghanistan in their efforts to achieve „Afghan-led and Afghan-owned“ peace and national reconciliation, to the ongoing international efforts, including the Moscow Format of consultations on Afghanistan and „Heart of Asia-Istanbul Process“, as well as multimodal connectivity projects to promote peace and stability, to the fight against terrorism and drug-threat, and to the national reconstruction efforts by Afghanistan. We support the efforts of the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces in fighting terrorist organizations.

We, in this regard, express concern on the security situation in the region and violence caused by the Taliban, ISIL/DAISH, Al-Qaida and its affiliates including Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement, Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, the Haqqani network, Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad, TTP and Hizb ut-Tahrir.

We deplore all terrorist attacks worldwide, including attacks in BRICS countries, and condemn terrorism in all its forms and manifestations wherever committed and by whomsoever and stress that there can be no justification whatsoever for any act of terrorism. We reaffirm that those responsible for committing, organizing, or supporting terrorist acts must be held accountable. Recalling the primary leading role and responsibility of states in preventing and countering terrorism, we stress the necessity to develop international cooperation, in accordance with the principles of international law, including that of sovereign equality of states and non-interference in their internal affairs. We reaffirm solidarity and resolve in the fight against terrorism, value the 2nd BRICS Counter-Terrorism Working Group Meeting held in Beijing on 18 May 2017, and agree to strengthen our cooperation.

We call upon all nations to adopt a comprehensive approach in combating terrorism, which should include countering radicalization, recruitment, movement of terrorists including Foreign Terrorist Fighters, blocking sources of financing terrorism including, for instance, through organized crime by means of money-laundering, supply of weapons, drug trafficking and other criminal activities, dismantling terrorist bases, and countering misuse of the Internet including social media by terrorist entities through misuse of the latest Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). We are committed to prevent and counter the growing spread of terrorist narratives, and to tackle all sources, techniques and channels of terrorist financing. We call for swift and effective implementation of relevant UNSC Resolutions and the FATF International Standards worldwide. We seek to intensify our cooperation in FATF and FATF-style regional bodies (FSRBs). We recall the responsibility of all States to prevent financing of terrorist networks and terrorist actions from their territories.

We call upon the international community to establish a genuinely broad international counter-terrorism coalition and support the UN’s central coordinating role in this regard. We stress that the fight against terrorism must be conducted in accordance with international law, including the Charter of the United Nations, international refugee and humanitarian law, human rights and fundamental freedoms. We reaffirm our commitment on increasing the effectiveness of the UN counter-terrorism framework, including in the areas of cooperation and coordination among the relevant UN entities, designation of terrorists and terrorist groups and technical assistance to Members States. We call for expeditious finalization and adoption of the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism (CCIT) by the United Nations General Assembly.

We recognize the important contribution of BRICS countries to United Nations peacekeeping operations, and the importance of United Nations peacekeeping operations to international peace and security. We emphasize the need for BRICS countries to further enhance communication on peacekeeping matters.

We reiterate our commitment to address the world drug problem based on the United Nations drug control conventions, through an integrated, comprehensive and balanced approach to drug supply and demand reduction strategies. We stress the importance of the outcome document of the 30th Special Session of the United Nations General Assembly on the world drug problem, and call for strengthening of international and regional cooperation and coordination to counter the global threat caused by the illicit production and trafficking of drugs, especially opiates. We note with deep concern the increasing links in some regions of the world between drug trafficking, money laundering and organized crime and terrorism.

We reiterate the need for all countries to cooperate in promoting and protecting human rights and fundamental freedoms under the principles of equality and mutual respect. We agree to continue to treat all human rights, including the right to development, in a fair and equal manner, on the same footing and with the same emphasis. We will strengthen cooperation on issues of common interests both within BRICS and in multilateral fora including the United Nations Human Rights Council, taking into account the necessity to promote, protect and fulfill human rights in a non-selective, non-politicized and constructive manner, and without double standards.

Keenly aware of the global security challenges faced by the international community in the area of international migration, we emphasize the growing role of effective migration regulation for the benefit of international security and development of the society.

We consider the UN has a central role in developing universally accepted norms of responsible state behavior in the use of ICTs to ensure a peaceful, secure, open, cooperative, stable, orderly, accessible and equitable ICT environment. We emphasize the paramount importance of the principles of international law enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations, particularly the state sovereignty, the political independence, territorial integrity and sovereign equality of states, non-interference in internal affairs of other states and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. We emphasize the need to enhance international cooperation against terrorist and criminal misuse of ICTs, reaffirm the general approach laid in the eThekwini, Fortaleza, Ufa and Goa declarations in this regard, and recognize the need for a universal regulatory binding instrument on combatting the criminal use of ICTs under the UN auspices as stated in the Ufa Declaration. We note with satisfaction the progress achieved by the Working Group of Experts of the BRICS States on Security in the use of ICTs. We decide to promote cooperation according to the BRICS Roadmap of Practical Cooperation on Ensuring Security in the Use of ICTs or any other mutually agreed mechanism and acknowledge the initiative of the Russian Federation on a BRICS intergovernmental agreement on cooperation in ensuring security in the use of ICTs.

We believe that all states should participate on an equal footing in the evolution and functioning of the Internet and its governance, bearing in mind the need to involve relevant stakeholders in their respective roles and responsibilities. The structures that manage and regulate the critical Internet resources need to be made more representative and inclusive. We note with satisfaction the progress made by the BRICS Working Group on ICT Cooperation. We recognize the necessity to strengthen our cooperation in this area. To that end, BRICS will continue to work together through the existing mechanism to contribute to the secure, open, peaceful and cooperative use of ICTs on the basis of equal participation of the international community in its management.

We reiterate that outer space shall be free for peaceful exploration and used by all States on the basis of equality in accordance with international law. Reaffirming that outer space shall remain free from any kind of weapons or any use of force, we stress that negotiations for the conclusion of an international agreement or agreements to prevent an arms race in outer space are a priority task of the United Nations Conference on Disarmament, and support the efforts to start substantive work, inter alia, based on the updated draft treaty on the prevention of the placement of weapons in outer space and of the threat or use of force against outer space objects submitted by China and the Russian Federation. We also note an international initiative for a political obligation on the no first placement of weapons in outer space.

Priority should be accorded to ensuring the long-term sustainability of outer space activities, as well as ways and means of preserving outer space for future generations. We note that this is an important objective on the current agenda of the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UNCOPUOS). In this respect, we welcome the decision by the UNCOPUOS Scientific and Technical Sub-Committee Working Group on Long-term Sustainability of Outer Space Activities to conclude negotiations and achieve consensus on the full set of guidelines for the long term sustainability of outer space activities by 2018 to coincide with the commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the first United Nations Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UNISPACE + 50).

Full text of BRICS Leaders Xiamen Declaration


Multipolar World Against War
An Urgent Call for a Multipolar Coalition for Peace

Imagine BRICS: Four Scenarios of the Future

11. September 2017

Losing in Syria, the US will target Russia more than ever (RT)

If we segregate the many protagonists in Syria’s conflict, the two main rivals to emerge from the melee are the United States and Russia. Russia may have gained the upper hand in Syria. But, ironically, winning the peace in Syria may unleash wars elsewhere.

Reports that US military forces have been airlifting insurgents out of harm’s way in Syria suggest that Washington is saving its terrorist assets to fight another day, perhaps in some other unfortunate country targeted for regime change.

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11. September 2017

RT Jesse Ventura: Government Hypocrisy, US Election Misconduct & the Media

11. September 2017

China will in Kürze nur noch Elektrofahrzeuge zulassen. Autos mit fossilen Brennstoff-Motoren sollen verboten werden

Ein hoher chinesischer Beamter sagt, dass China einen Plan vorantreibt, um Autos zu verbieten, die auf fossilen Brennstoffen nutzen und stattdessen die Anwendung von Elektrofahrzeugen vorantreiben will.

Xin Guobin, der chinesische Vize-Minister für Industrie und Informationstechnologie, wurde in den Medien zitiert, dass er gesagt habe, dass dieser Plan den Weg der Autoindustrie des Landes zutiefst beeinflussen würde.

„Viele Länder haben ihre Entwicklungsstrategien angepasst. Einige Länder haben einen Zeitplan ausgearbeitet, um die Produktion und den Verkauf von traditionellen Treibstofffahrzeugen zu stoppen“, sagte Xin während eines Auto-Forums in der nördlichen Stadt Tianjin.

„Jetzt hat das Ministerium für Industrie und Informationstechnologie eine Studie ins Leben gerufen und wird mit anderen Abteilungen einem Zeitplan für unser Land arbeiten“, fügte er hinzu.

Die Umstellung wird als Teil der Bemühungen Chinas gesehen, um die massive Luftverschmutzung in dem Land einzudämmen.

Dementsprechend wird erwartet, dass die Regierung die Motorenhersteller und Autofirmen dazu verpflichten wird, die Implementierung von Elektrofahrzeugen zu beschleunigen, um die globalen Klimastandards zu erfüllen, die in den Pariser Abkommen von 2016 festgelegt wurden, berichtete Bloomberg.

Die weltweiten Automobilhertseller erwarten, dass der chinesische Auto-Elektrifizierungsplan zu einer dramatischen Verschiebung des Marktes führen würde, da die Verbraucher des Landes die größte Kunden für Kraftfahrezuge weltweit sind..

Gleichzeitig sind sie bereit, auf das zu antworten, was ein revolutionärer industrieller Umzug der chinesischen Regierung sein könnte.

Honda wird bereits 2018 ein Elektroauto für den chinesischen Markt vorstellen. Yasuhide Mizuno, der Vorstandsvorsitzende von Honda wird in Zusammenarbeit mit dem chinesischen Konzern Guangqi Honda und Dongfeng Honda einen neuen Fahrzeugtyp vorstellen. Andere Autohersteller und Investoren sind schnell gefolgt.

Der chinesische Startup-Autohersteller Nio will Mitte Dezember mit dem Verkauf Elektro-Fahrzeuges beginnen. Nio arbeitet mit der chinesischen staatlichen Anhui Jianghuai Automobile Group zusammen, die selbst derzeit mit Volkswagen kooperiert, um bereits 2018 Elektro-Fahrzeug in China einzuführen.


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