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Former Reagan Official Questions bin Laden’s Involvement in 9-11

| December 10, 2012

Paul Craig Roberts isn’t your garden variety conspiracy nut. We’re talking about a former US Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration, a former editor and columnist for the Wall Street Journal, Business Week and Scripps Howard News Service. In a November 29th article at Information Clearinghouse Roberts, who has been highly critical […]

Will China Kill the TPP (secret free trade treaty you never heard of)?

| December 6, 2012

(This is the second of two posts about a “classified” free trade treaty called the Transpacific Partnership and a Chinese-friendly alternative the Regional Comprehensive Economic plan. As I outlined in my last post  Will the RCEP Kill the TPP?, the TPP will virtually obliterate the right of member countries to protect labor rights, enforce environmental […]

Will the RCEP Kill the TPP and Why You Never Heard of Either One

| December 4, 2012

(This is the first of two posts regarding an extremely dangerous free trade treaty, known as the Transpacific Partnership, that is being negotiated in total secret – and a new treaty, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, that China and some ASEAN nations are promoting) If video won’t play, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtBUL_rgG1k Unless you subscribe to […]

Is Team Obama Messing with Your Mind?

| November 5, 2012

Curious how the mainstream media is willing to talk about Team Obama’s cynical use of data mining to win tomorrow’s election – in New Zealand – but not in the US. Radio New Zealand commentator Katherine Ryan interviewed US political analyst Michael Cornfield on her “Nine to Noon”  program this morning. Cornfield founded the Institute […]

Nothing is What It Seems

| October 23, 2012

If video won’t play go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-p_NretS7To Brilliant news summary by Wide Awake News anchor Charlie McGrath. McGrath reminds us that the garbage the mainstream media feeds us regarding the US political system, the US economy and the war on terror is nothing but a tissue of lies. It’s stuff like this that reminds us […]

CNN and the Bahraini Royal Family – Part II

| September 19, 2012

(This second post relates to US media censorship of Obama’s hypocritical policy towards Bahrain’s pro-democracy movement.) For the most part, the US media has been totally silent on the Bahraini pro-democracy movement and Obama’s decision to back the repressive regime that seeks to crush them. On September 4th, Glenn Greenwald published an opinion piece in […]

Robert Fisk Exposes Western Media Lies in Syria

| September 7, 2012

Legendary Middle East reporter Robert Fisk, the first western eyewitness to enter the massacre town of Daraya, writes in the Independent about eyewitness reports that Syrian rebels, not government forces, are responsible for the mass killing of 245 Darayan men, women and children. This contrasts with the version being told in rest of the western […]

The Demise of “Current Affairs”

| September 1, 2012

I have recently returned from a week in Australia, where I was pleasantly surprised by the extensive coverage of “current” (government) affairs on mainstream TV and in the major newspapers. Current affairs programming is very much lacking in New Zealand, as in Canada and the US. For younger readers, who may be unfamiliar with the […]

Former Black Panther Slams Obama

| August 25, 2012

In an scorching indictment of Obama’s first four years as president, Black Panther veteran Larry Pinkney (former Minister of Interior of the Republic of New Africa) weighs in on the betrayal of African Americans by Obama and the black “intelligentia.” At his website Intrepid Report, Pinkney castigates Black America’s so-called intelligentsia for placing “pigmentation and […]

Suckering Liberals into Supporting Foreign Wars

| August 5, 2012

George Washington has written a great post – Why Do Progressive Liberals Fall for Humanitarian War? – on Zero Hedge. It’s quite an an interesting site dedicated to “widening the scope of information available to the investing public.” All posts are submitted under fictitious names. In general the perspective offered contrasts drastically with the mainstream […]