EDL man with the mosque ‘boom!’ tattoo is arrested

Last week I tweeted a picture of a man with a tattoo of a mosque being blown up. We also ran it on Liberal Conspiracy. EDL member with a tattoo that illustrates a mosque being blown up pic.twitter.com/JoutHbsAn8 And they say they’re not violent! (via @norsefired) The picture and story was subsequently picked up by the Sun and Daily Mail – both asking who the man was. The man – Shaun Reah – was eventually tracked down by Sky Tyne and Wear. In the video he says he had the tattoo removed, “because it upset everybody”. He also admitted that … Continue reading EDL man with the mosque ‘boom!’ tattoo is arrested

Spy Satellites – NSA Internet Surveillance Is Just the Tip of the Iceburg

The monitoring of civilian Americans is not just a modern concept. Snowden’s revelation of the NSA’s active monitoring of the Internet seems to have caught the general populous by surprise. However, anyone interested in America’s long history of spying at home and abroad was not overly surprised about Snowden’s accusations. It seems that the U.S. government has a long history of using the technology available at the time to spy (or at least try to spy) on its citizens. This recent accusation about the government’s misuse of the Internet is just the tip of the iceberg. Ever wonder about the … Continue reading Spy Satellites – NSA Internet Surveillance Is Just the Tip of the Iceburg

Debating another Zionist: “Syria unrest, Israeli plot to destabilize Mideast”

Latest Posts: Debating another Zionist: “Syria unrest, Israeli plot to destabilize Mideast” Conspiracy Theorists OK: Government Dupes Clueless, Humorless Egypt’s coup faction: Criminals, fascists, and parasites Tuesday, July 30th, 2013 | Posted by Kevin Barrett Debating another Zionist: “Syria unrest, Israeli plot to destabilize Mideast” Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on emailShare on pinterest_shareMore Sharing Services11 http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/07/29/316141/syria-turmoil-israeli-plot-for-mideast/ Press TV has invited Dr. Kevin Barrett, an author and political commentator from Madison, to its Debate program to shed more light on the ongoing turmoil in Syria. Following is a rough transcription of the interview. Press TV: Dr. Barrett, looking at this … Continue reading Debating another Zionist: “Syria unrest, Israeli plot to destabilize Mideast”

No Reference to J*W allowed

The Daily Mail reported today: “Newspaper forced to apologize over anti-Semitic clue in crossword puzzle ■Tribune Media Services newspapers printed a crossword clue where the three-letter answer for Shakespeare’s ‘Shylock’ was ‘Jew’ ■In response the Anti-Defamation League asked the paper to print an apology and refrain from using clues that perpetuate negative Jewish stereotypes ■The paper issued an apology and promised not to print the clue again” I would suggest to remove the word Jew from the English language in order to avoid future conflict with the powerful ADL. I would also recommend to avoid using the words: chosen, occupier, … Continue reading No Reference to J*W allowed

Economic Recovery by Statistical Manipulation

by JACK RASMUS Facing the prospect of a 2nd quarter GDP report showing economic growth less than 1% (some professional forecasting services predict as low as 0.5%), and a year to year growth of the US economy likely to come in at barely 1%–compared to a 2011-12 already tepid 1.7%–today the Obama administration will announce a major revision of how it calculates GDP which will bump up GDP numbers by as much as 3% according to some estimates. That’s one way to make it appear the US economy is finally recovering again, when all other fiscal-monetary policies since 2009 have … Continue reading Economic Recovery by Statistical Manipulation

Amnesty International: California prison conditions an ‘affront to human rights’

By Ronnie Cohen SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Amnesty International weighed in on a 22-day-old hunger strike in California prisons on Tuesday, calling solitary confinement conditions faced by protesting inmates an “affront to human rights” and urging an impartial probe into the death of a prisoner. Billy Sell, 32, serving a life term for attempted murder, was found hanged in his cell July 22 in the “security housing unit” – for prisoners held in solitary confinement – at the Corcoran State Prison in central California. The local coroner preliminarily ruled his death a suicide by strangulation, prison officials said. They added … Continue reading Amnesty International: California prison conditions an ‘affront to human rights’

La CIA y el control del clima

La CIA estadunidense está financiando un estudio sobre geoingeniería (manipulación climática) que durará 21 meses, con un costo inicial de 630 mil dólares. Lo ejecuta la Academia Nacional de Ciencias, con participación de la NASA y la Administración Nacional Oceánica y Atmosférica de ese país. (revista Mother Jones 17/7/2013). El interés de la CIA por el clima no es nuevo, pero esta participación es significativa, debido a las implicaciones bélicas que tiene la posibilidad de manipular el clima y a la presión que están ejerciendo los proponentes de la geoingeniería en ese país para avanzar en experimentación de esas técnicas, … Continue reading La CIA y el control del clima

The Hiroshima Myth. Unaccountable War Crimes and the Lies of US Military History

This coming Tuesday, August 6, 2013, is the 68th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, the whole truth of which has been heavily censored and mythologized ever since war-weary Americans celebrated V-J Day 10 days later. In the pitiful history lessons that were taught by my uninspired/bored history teachers (which seemed to be mostly jocks) came from patriotic and highly censored books where everything the British and US military ever did in war time was honorable and self-sacrificing and everything their opponents did was barbaric. Everybody in my graduating class of 26 swallowed the post-war propaganda in our history books. … Continue reading The Hiroshima Myth. Unaccountable War Crimes and the Lies of US Military History

The Madness of the Willful Destruction of Our Dependable Popular Way of Life

Ubiquitous cameras are normal. Subverted freedoms are normal. Effective public dissent is now controlled by police, whose intimidation is normal. I have known my postman for more than 20 years. Conscientious and good-humoured, he is the embodiment of public service at its best. The other day, I asked him, “Why are you standing in front of each door like a soldier on parade?” “New system,” he replied, “I am no longer required simply to post the letters through the door. I have to approach every door in a certain way and put the letters through in a certain way.” “Why?” … Continue reading The Madness of the Willful Destruction of Our Dependable Popular Way of Life

The Internet As We Know It Is On Its Deathbed

Snowden’s leaks show how the Internet can be turned against us. July 30, 2013 | The original vision of the Internet, where information and media is freely shared, without one’s computer strokes and searches being metered, tracked, traced, archived, dissected, marketed and warehoused in government data banks, is dead. And that’s what’s being lost by mainstream media in the ongoing Edward Snowden coverage. The Snowden story is not about whether Snowden is a spy, or U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will seek the death penalty, or whether Russian President Vladamir Putin will let him stay, or what dark novels his … Continue reading The Internet As We Know It Is On Its Deathbed