Christina Spännar CV

Christina Spännar CV

Christina Spännar Born 1945, Swedish, PhD in sociology and co-founder of TFF. Defended her PhD in sociology in October 2001 “With foreign luggage. Thoughts and experiences told by young people with roots in other cultures or The postmodern strangehood.” (Department of Sociology, University of Lund). For a description see TFF PressInfo 138. She has been […]

Om krigen mod terror og hvorfor den er håbløs

Af Jan Øberg   I år 2000 blev der på verdensplan dræbt 400 mennesker og såret 700 ved terror angreb. I 2015 var tallet steget til 32 000 mennesker! Dvs sige at antal ofre for politiskle terrorhandinger er steget 80 gange siden man påbegyndte “den globale krig mod terror”. Vi i vesten synes at vi […]

Julian Assange – Google Is Not What It Seems

Julian Assange – Google Is Not What It Seems

Via wikileaks.org By Julian Assange • In this extract from his new book When Google Met Wikileaks, WikiLeaks’ publisher Julian Assange describes the special relationship between Google, Hillary Clinton and the State Department — and what that means for the future of the internet. WikiLeaks readers can obtain a 20 percent discount on the cover […]

Ministerium: F-35 levetidsomkostninger kan ende på 100 mia. kroner (korrigeret)

Ministerium: F-35 levetidsomkostninger kan ende på 100 mia. kroner (korrigeret)

Via .nytkampfly.dk • Der er meget stor sandsynlighed for at de samlede levetidsomkostninger for anskaffelsen og driften af de 27 danske F-35 kampfly bliver langt højere end de 57 mia. kroner, som forsvarsminister Claus Hjort Frederiksen i et aktstykke til Folketingets finansudvalg estimerer de forventede levetidsomkostninger vil blive. Faktisk er der sandsynlighed for at levetidsomkostningerne […]

The Criminalization of War: Dr. Mahathir’s Letter to Muslims

The Criminalization of War: Dr. Mahathir’s Letter to Muslims

Via http://www.globalresearch.ca November 28, 2017 • Global Research has received from Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, 4th Prime Minister of Malaysia (1981-2003) an important message, addressed to Muslims in Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States and Yemen. This message, however, is also addressed to the U.S. and its indefectible British ally which have relentlessly supported Saudi Arabia’s war […]

From an open internet, back to the dark ages

From an open internet, back to the dark ages

Via jonathan-cook.net November 22, 2017 By Jonathan Cook • Can anyone still doubt that access to a relatively free and open internet is rapidly coming to an end in the west? In China and other autocratic regimes, leaders have simply bent the internet to their will, censoring content that threatens their rule. But in the […]

The Challenge of Saudi-Israeli Intelligence-Sharing

The Challenge of Saudi-Israeli Intelligence-Sharing

  Via lobelog.com November 28, 2017 By Emile Nakhleh • Saudi-Israeli relations, especially between their intelligence services, started several years back under the direction of Bandar bin Sultan, a former Saudi ambassador to Washington and a former director of the Saudi national security council. These relations, however, accelerated significantly during the P5+1 negotiations over the Iran nuclear deal, […]

Trump says recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel will bring peace – it will do the opposite

Trump says recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel will bring peace – it will do the opposite

By Robert Fisk, The Independent • I was called by an Irish radio station in Dublin to respond to President Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. What did I think was going on inside the US President’s mind, I was asked? And I replied immediately: “I don’t have the key […]

The West has most to lose in the media war with Russia

The West has most to lose in the media war with Russia

By Jan Oberg • Oberg comments on the tit-for-tat policies of the U.S. and Russia when they force each other to register their media as “foreign agents”. It is a weak U.S. that cannot accept that it no longer has a virtual monopoly on shaping perceptions of the world. Just find your role and accept […]

A way out of North Korean nuclear bomb crisis

A way out of North Korean nuclear bomb crisis

By Jonathan Power • When, soon after the election, President Barack Obama invited Donald Trump to the White House we didn’t learn much about their conversation. But we were briefed on one thing: Obama had told Trump that North Korea would be the most pressing and difficult issue on his agenda. How right that was. […]