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WWIII – Upon or In!?!

When did the Germans realize that they we’re the “bad guys” in or after World War II? The reason I ask this is because I’ve managed, like a great many others as of late, to take a step back, unwrap the “Old Glory” cloak that shrouds our bodies (a flag most have forgotten the meaning behind) and view our world, our world and not the American one.

Our government is on the verge of having the ability to unleash the military upon the citizenry – indefinite detention without charge. We are currently engaged in at least two illegal conflicts/occupations on the world stage. Corporations now have the same rights as you and I. Police brutality has become an acceptable norm and most importantly, we, the people, of the United States of America…could give two shits.

In other words, have we become so apathetic, so indifferent and so ignorant as to impair our ability in recognizing right from wrong, good from evil and our place in this world? Something’s severely broken and I can finally see it.

ITD Special Report – China/Iran Connection

China hopes for prompt resumption of Iranian nuclear talks

BEIJING, May 10 (Xinhua) — China hopes that the new round of talks between Iran and world powers could start at an early date, a spokesperson said Tuesday.

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Jiang Yu said at a briefing that China hopes mutual trust can be strengthened through pragmatic measures.

“China has always supported the proper resolution of Iran’s nuclear issue through negotiations and dialogue,” Jiang said, pledging further contact with all sides.

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Monday welcomed a European Union proposal to resume talks between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany (G5+1) on its nuclear program.

In January, the six world powers wrapped up nuclear talks with Iran in Istanbul but failed to reach any agreement.

Some Western countries suspect Iran’s uranium enrichment program is intended for producing nuclear weapons, but that claim has been denied by Iran.

Editor: Bi Mingxin
Link to xinhuanet.com’s “Iran Nuclear Crisis” page –