09 mai 2016

When They Killed JFK... — Paul Craig Roberts

...They Killed America In the JFK administration I was a White House Fellow. In those days it was a much larger program than the small insider program it later became. President Kennedy’s intention was to involve many young Americans in government in order to keep idealism alive as a counter to the material interests of lobby groups. I don’t know if the program still exists. If it does, the idealism that was its purpose is long gone. President John F. Kennedy was a classy president. In my lifetime there has not been another like... [Lire la suite]
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19 août 2015

US Has Been Planning To Wipe Out Russia Since 1945 - By Paul Craig Roberts

Armageddon will be the consequence -  N° 666 August 19, 2015 Arkantz is back and make people aware An article on Sputnik by Ekaterina Blinova, provides a history of US and British plans to destroy the Soviet Union with nuclear weapons in the early post-World War II years before the Soviets got the bomb and prior to President John F. Kennedy reining in the plans to use nuclear weapons against Soviet civilian populations. If truth be known, the Cold War was entirely a Washington creation. The military/security complex,... [Lire la suite]
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29 juin 2015

Are Armenian Protests Aimed At Russia? by Paul Craig Roberts

Are Armenian Protests Aimed At Russia? — Paul Craig Roberts   As I expected, protests have broken out in the capital of Armenia. The pretext is a rise in electricity rates. Apparently, the rise was not budget-breaking, which puts the pretext under suspicion. Moreover, videos of the protesters show an overwhelming young component, which suggests that the protesters are not the ones who pay the electricity bills. The protest may be innocent and legitimate, but on the surface looks yet again like National Endowment for... [Lire la suite]
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03 juin 2015

Climate Change — Paul Craig Roberts

Climate change is a controversy... Climate change is a controversy. What appear to be independent scientists say that the climate is warming due to greenhouse gases produced by human activity. This warming, apparently measurable, has many impacts on sea levels, and on plant, animal, sea, and bird life, as well as food supply for a heavily populated earth. Readers, accustomed to me telling them the truth about issues on which I am competent, ask me about the climate problem. Is it real or not? As far as I can tell the polluting... [Lire la suite]
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14 août 2014

Washington Chokes Truth With Lies by Paul Craig Roberts

Are Western propagandists fooling anyone but themselves? The latest absurdity coming out of Ukraine, the EU and Washington is that the humanitarian aid that Russia and the Red Cross are trucking into the former Russian territories that comprise eastern Ukraine is a trick, a deception, a pretext for Russia’s invasion forces. Such a preposterous lie tells us that Western propagandists have no respect whatsoever for the intelligence of Western peoples. Even a moron should understand that if Russia wants to send military forces into... [Lire la suite]
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25 décembre 2012

Merry Christmas & Greetings

    Light, what is Light, A burst of light that glows bright A fire lit or a twilight A star in the sky, which is no more A flash on a rainy night at the harbor Light, what is it then? A word, a smile, a promise Love, laughter, joy or a kiss Light, what is it? You...me... them, Well....all of us Happy New Year 2013  
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21 mai 2009

Château des Milandes...

Château des Milandes © Sedecs/Terroirs-of-France/M. Durman ...on the banks of the Dordogne river In this region of 1001 châteaux, on the banks of the Dordogne river, François de Caumont, Lord of the château de Castelnaud built a château in 1489, for his wife Claude de Cardaillac who wished a "house" that would be less austere than the feudal Castelnaud. The Caumont family used the Milandes as their principal residence from where they administered the whole of their estate until 1535. After the death of... [Lire la suite]
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16 décembre 2007

The story ...of the Dijon mustard

The story... ...of the Dijon mustard It is not quite as ancient as the world, but it has been part of the oldest Mediterranean cultures. For the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans mustard enhanced the flavors in food and enflamed the senses. The Greeks and the Romans called it Sinapsis. They used to grind and add the grains to food. Originating in the Mediterranean basin, this herbaceous plant with bright green leaves and vibrant yellow petals, produces fruits containing several grains of mustard. The... [Lire la suite]
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17 novembre 2007

The different types of Champagne... and how to read the labels

The different types of Champagne...© CICV S.T. ...and how to read the labels The categories of Champagne The following are the six categories of Champagne, that are mentioned on the labels. The order in which they appear is not by order of the quality. Vintage Year Champagne (Millésimé) Every year can not be a vintage year. A vintage wine is special because it means that the year was a good year, even exceptional in terms of grapes and harvest. As usually Champagne is made by blending crus from different years,... [Lire la suite]
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31 octobre 2007

Champagne... The AOC and the region

Champagne... © CICV S.T. ...The AOC and the region Champagne is known and appreciated worldwide, however when we talk of Champagne most think of the sparkling Champagne wines. Many forget that « Champagne » is first and foremost the region where these wines are exclusively produced. Located 150 km North-East of Paris, the Champagne region includes more than 31,000 hectares of vineyard and is divided into 3 administrative regions; La Marne, L'Aube and La Haute-Marne. The northerly location, the harsh climate... [Lire la suite]
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