C.I.A.: A Spy Agency Authorized to Kill by Remote Control
April 8, 2013 - For the last ten years U.S. ‘warriors’ ensconced in
bunkers on U.S. soil have piloted unmanned Predator drones whose missiles
assassinate the handpicked ‘enemies’ of America in Asia, Africa and the
These remote controlled strikes, carried out by operatives of the C.I.A.
have killed an estimated three thousand people alone (176 of them children) in the
tribal areas of Pakistan’s Waziristan region. No figures are available for Yemen and
other countries. Read...
Uli Schmetzer Books
SABRA and SHATILA
Shatila Refugee Camp, Beirut Sept 18 2011
LONDON RIOT: I-PHONE NOT BREAD
Venice, August 2011 Read
EUROPE; HOW LONG WILL SHOCK THERAPY WORK?
Venice July 15, 2011 Read...
GIVE A VOICE
Gortahork, Donegal June 16 2011 Read...
How the Chinese
conquered Southeast Asia
and target Europe
Available in Amazon
The Chinese Juggernaut : How the
Chinese Conquered Southeast Asia
tells the stories of the Chinese Diaspora in
Southeast Asia and Australia. Despite
persecutions, legal restrictions, expropriations
and periodic pogroms the Chinese migrants
persevered in Asia with the same stubborn
determination that has made them the most
active, successful but also feared new settlers
and investors around the world today.
A VENETIAN RIDDLE
VENICE, Italy â€“ To prevent the
sea from burying this city of waterways and
ancient history Silvio Berlusconiâ€™s
government launched a spectacular 1.5
bill Euro (two billion dollar) rescue
operation four years ago. Its target was to
tame flooding high tides from the Adriatic
Sea with gigantic steel barriers. .Read....
When two Americans raised their fists in the
Black Power salute in 1968 no one paid much
attention to the third man. After all he had not
raised his own fist though pinned to his chest was
a button demanding equal rights for all mankind
no matter what their color or creed.
The button-badge would become the cross Peter
Norman carried for the rest of his life.
His country, Australia, neither redeemed him nor
officially recognized he had not acted against the
spirit but in the spirit of the Olympic Games.
Australiaâ€™s greatest sprinter was never
allowed to run in another Olympics.Read...
A FORGOTTEN HERO
The Lama's Lover and
In this collection of ten
short stories we meet a
range of extraordinary
individuals. Each carries
their own cross in
societies marred by
religious, political and
social injustices. The
protagonists are often a
composite of people the
author met during his
career travelling the world
as a foreign correspondent.
Hugo Chavez: In the footsteps of Bolivar
March 7, 2013 --Read..
Bradley Manning: Whistleblower par excellence.
MANILA - March 5, 2013 -Read