Israel’s Embedded American Operatives Aid the Genocide in Gaza

by Donn Marten Extremist Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu enjoys an overwhelmingly accommodating media in the United States along with a contemptible Congress packed with corrupt and cowardly weasels, lickspittles and nut case religious zealots whose dedication to a foreign country stabs their actual constituents in the back. The fealty that Netanyahu receives from this lamentable “co-equal” branch of government was evident when he received 29 standing ovations during an address to the U.S. Congress in 2011. He also is able to play the corrupt state-corporate media like a Stradivarius in order to receive an unprecedented forum on U.S. … Continue reading Israel’s Embedded American Operatives Aid the Genocide in Gaza

Nuclear War is Solution to Problems of Old Age

(l. Wannabe Jew Stephen Harper. Illuminati Jews and Freemasons are the ruling caste in the New World Order) Thanks to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Canada will be a Russian target in any future nuclear war. My old age will be taken care of.by Henry Makow Ph.D. When Vladimir Putin warned Friday that Russia is a major nuclear power, saying “don’t mess with us,” I realized I could put aside my worries about old age. I wasn’t going to have one. I’ll be 65 in a couple of months. I wasn’t looking forward to old age. Fortunately, my Prime Minister, Stephen … Continue reading Nuclear War is Solution to Problems of Old Age

The US government can brand you a terrorist based on a Facebook post

by Arjun Sethi The US government’s web of surveillance is vast and interconnected. Now we know just how opaque, inefficient and discriminatory it can be. As we were reminded again just this week, you can be pulled into the National Security Agency’s database quietly and quickly, and the consequences can be long and enduring. Through ICREACH, a Google-style search engine created for the intelligence community, the NSA provides data on private communications to 23 government agencies. More than 1,000 analysts had access to that information. This kind of data sharing, however, isn’t limited to the latest from Edward Snowden’s NSA … Continue reading The US government can brand you a terrorist based on a Facebook post

Practical Guide to Protesting in a Police State

by Stefan Verstappen (Stefan H. Verstappen is a Canadian writer, adventurer, and martial artist. He has worked as a wilderness survival instructor for Outward Bound programs, a street youth councilor, a First Aid and CPR instructor for St John Ambulance, and a martial arts instructor. Since first backpacking through Europe alone at age sixteen he has also traveled extensively and spent four years living in the Orient. You can read more from Stefan Verstappen at his site The Art of Urban Survival, where this article first appeared. You can also find Stefan’s instructional books and videos here.) If you’re planning … Continue reading Practical Guide to Protesting in a Police State

Swedish syndrome: Injuries & arrests as neo-Nazi march provokes clash with anti-fascists, police

Demonstrators clash with the police during a protest against an election meeting organised by right-wing political group The Party of the Swedes (Svenskarnas Parti), at the Kungstradgarden square in central Stockholm August 30, 2014.(Reuters / Fredrik Persson) Seven people suffered injuries after riot police clashed with anti-fascists at a neo-Nazi rally in Stockholm. Police say four law enforcement officers needed treatment, along with three civilians. The march was organized by the Party of Swedes, a far-right organization, and attracted around 150 members. They were far outnumbered by those protesting against the gathering, with thousands gathering in the city center. The … Continue reading Swedish syndrome: Injuries & arrests as neo-Nazi march provokes clash with anti-fascists, police

Deadly rhetoric

Illustration by Noma Bar The US gun lobby claims that guns save lives and keep us safe from criminals – what do social scientists say? by Venkat Srinivasan (Venkat Srinivasan is a writer and research engineer based in San Francisco. His work has appeared in Caravan and Wired among others.) The first gun massacre in Blacksburg, Virginia, probably occurred on 8 July, 1755, when a group of native Americans entered Draper’s Meadow and killed four settlers – probably, because there are no rules as to how many killings make a massacre, and because the number of victims is disputed. Some … Continue reading Deadly rhetoric

Daily Habits That Cause Cancer

By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body By now, you may have heard that cancer rates are rising to a point where 44% of men and 39% of women will be diagnosed with the disease. With all the research and drugs being created over the past 30 years, you would think that it would at least be holding steady or declining, but, sadly, that is not the case. So what common patterns are we encountering for these rates to be rising so precipitously throughout North America? Turns out, a lot of our habits cause cancer. Habits That … Continue reading Daily Habits That Cause Cancer

Putin Tells Zio West Don’t Mess With Nuclear Russia

Putin: You better not come after a nuclear-armed Russia By Greg Botelho and Laura Smith-Spark (CNN) — Don’t mess with Russia. That was President Vladimir Putin’s message on Friday, the same day a British government source claimed that Russian troops had significantly ratcheted up their military incursion into Ukraine. Moscow doesn’t want or intend to wade into any “large-scale conflicts,” Putin insisted at a youth forum, state-run Itar-Tass reported. A few breaths later, he made the point that Russia is “strengthening our nuclear deterrence forces and our armed forces,” making them more efficient and modernized. “I want to remind you … Continue reading Putin Tells Zio West Don’t Mess With Nuclear Russia

China’s “Duplitecture” Cities Mimic the World’s Greatest Architectural Hits

From: Slate The best knockoffs in the world are in China. There are plenty of fake designer handbags and Rolexes, but China’s knockoffs go way beyond fashion. There are knockoff Apple stores that look so much like the real thing that some employees believe they are working in real Apple stores. And then there are entire knockoff cities. There are Venices with complete canals and replicas of the Doge’s Palace. A Paris with an Eiffel Tower and an Arc de Triomphe. In the suburbs of any Chinese city, there are endless examples of “duplitecture.” Shanghai alone has 10 neighborhoods all … Continue reading China’s “Duplitecture” Cities Mimic the World’s Greatest Architectural Hits