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Seashore 02-20-2010 03:14 PM

Webster Tarpley's Perspective
I have other threads on Webster Tarpley, but I didn't want to post these videos on any of those threads.

I think that Webster's analysis of world events deserves its own thread. I believe him to be one of the best sources of information. Here's his biography: http://tarpley.net/biography/.

Webster has appeared on Russia Today concerning the Dalai Lama's visit with President Obama.

From Webster's website http://tarpley.net/:

"Webster G. Tarpley
February 19, 2010

"Video 1: Webster Tarpley joins Andrew Leung in London and host Peter Lavelle in Moscow to evaluate the role of the Dalai Lama and the current and future trends of the US-China bilateral relationship. Crosstalk will be broadcast numerous times today Friday Feb. 19 on Russia Today."


" update

"Video 2: Tarpley provides a wrap-up of the Dalai Lamaís visit with an estimate of possible consequences, including the likely radicalization of the succession process inside the Communist Party of China, where successors to President Hu JIntao and Prime Minister Wen JIabao are due to be selected at the XVIII Congress in the fall of 2012. Two factions can be thought of as contending for leadership. These are the eltiists, typified by ex-President JIang Zeminís Shanghai Mafia, representing the rapidly growing coastal areas of China, who favor more economic globalization. Then there are the populists of Youth League faction, among whom Hu and Wen are counted, and who are more concerned about social tensions and income disparities between the coast and the relatively disadvantaged inland and rural areas, where some 600,000 peasants still struggle to improve their livelihood. Given the US policy of antagonizing China across the board, the succession process might be radicalized, and the Peopleís Liberation Army call for a broad-spectrum strategic counterpunch against the US might become reality. The State Department thinks that China will have to grin and bear it when it comes to US policies, no matter what they are. But China is now strong enough to have an array of other options."

Stardustaquarion 02-20-2010 03:17 PM

Re: Webster Tarpley's Perspective
I think Tarpley is excellent, thank you!

Seashore 02-20-2010 03:26 PM

Re: Webster Tarpley's Perspective

Originally Posted by Stardustaquarion (Post 241301)
I think Tarpley is excellent, thank you!

You're welcome! :original:

Seashore 02-26-2010 11:17 AM

Re: Webster Tarpley's Perspective
Webster has written an article entitled "The Battle for Baluchistan: Iran Nabs Top NATO Terrorist with Help from Pakistan," dated February 25, 2010 (http://tarpley.net/). In it he states some good news, in my opinion: "...The capture of Rigi represents a serious setback for the US-UK strategy of using false flag state-sponsored terrorism..."

Webster talks about this on Russia Today:

Seashore 03-04-2010 11:38 PM

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"March 03, 2010 The Greek government has announced new austerity measures aimed at slashing its huge budget deficit. It comes a day after the Prime Minister said that the country was fighting for survival. The new measures -- which will reduce annual pay and increase taxes -- were ordered by the EU in an bid to prevent a collapse of the Euro. But street protests have been raging in Athens against the plans. Meanwhile, the U.S. Justice Department is reported to have launched a probe into leading American hedge funds. They're suspected of helping Greece cover up its debts to weaken the European currency. Journalist Webster Tarpley believes that was a plot hatched to prop up the dollar's supremacy."

Seashore 03-10-2010 02:48 PM

Re: Webster Tarpley's Perspective
From http://tarpley.net/2010/03/10/letter...100-per-month/:

"Letter to Congressman Van Hollen: Reject Obamacare, Enact Medicare for All at $100 per Month

"Webster G. Tarpley
March 10, 2010

"Dear Congressman Van Hollen:

"I urge you to reject the Obama health care bill. This is not reform; it is a bailout of bankrupt insurance companies at the expense of average working people, obtained through coercion and extortion. Forcing Americans to buy insurance from private, for-profit, deregulated companies is clearly unconstitutional. The idea of a mandate to purchase insurance is a reactionary Republican invention, and we want no part of it. Furthermore, this billís $500 billion in Medicare cuts are a direct attack on the economic rights of Americans implemented under the New Deal and the Great Society, and will cause incalculable suffering and human tragedy. These colossal Medicare cuts will inevitably result in rationing, delay, and the denial of care, causing patients to die needlessly. The spirit of this bill is that of OMB Director Peter Orszag, the sinister Malthusian bureaucrat who is behind recent attempts to deny Americans Pap smears, mammograms, and PSA tests Ė as cost-cutting measures.

"Instead, we should set a national goal of extending US life expectancy by five years over the coming two decades. Funding for Medicare must be increased by making Wall Street pay their fair share with a 1% Tobin tax or Wall Street sales tax on derivatives and other speculative transactions, by clawing back the TARP bailout from the zombie banks, and by ending the Iraq and Afghan wars. Give every person the voluntary option to join Medicare For All at any age for $100 per person per month, with generous allowances and fee waivers for families, the unemployed, students, the working poor, and the destitute. Further savings can come through a fully funded national and international crash program of biomedical research to find cures for heart disease, cancer, diabetes, Alzheimerís, and other dread diseases.

"In addition, health care requires more than insurance. We need to build 1,000 modern, state of the art hospitals with 500 beds each just to reach the minimum of targets set by the Hill-Burton Act of 1946. We need to train 250,000 doctors over the next ten years. These goals require serious investments, not subsidies to predatory insurance companies who are going broke because of their reckless derivatives bets.

"Your role in the Democratic leadership suggests that you are severely out of touch, paying far more attention to the needs of Obama and Pelosi than to the needs of your district. Stop armtwisting for this wretched sellout and listen to your constituents. Vote no on this bill.

"Webster G. Tarpley"

Barron 03-12-2010 06:44 AM

Re: Webster Tarpley's Perspective
I too am a big fan of his very in depth research, particularly his books, the one of George Bush Senior and the recent one on Obama's background - fascinating!

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