Cold War (1947-1991)

The Mystery of the One Bank: its Owners? – Jeff Nielson

The Mystery of the One Bank: its Owners? – Jeff Nielson

Who are the criminal trillionaires driving humanity towards slavery, perpetual wars, materialism, trivialization of everything, and possible extinction? Introduction A few months ago, I published an extensive indictment of the current world order and its chief architects, the banking cabal: The People versus the Banks (also available here). That article derived its title from a quote that ought to […]

The Russian Phoenix: Hope or Illusion?

The Russian Phoenix: Hope or Illusion?

Apart from the mainstream portrayal of Russia as a ruthless expansionist dictatorship (a portrayal too ludicrous to merit attention here), most awake commentators fall into one of two camps.

The Decline of America And The Cause

The Decline of America And The Cause

The decline of America and its global stature probably began with the implementation of our modified capitalistic society, though I choose to discuss the decline from the end of the Second World War when it is far easier for us to view and for us to remember.

Why CIA’s Ames And The Bureau’s Hanssen Driven To Spy For Soviets

Why CIA’s Ames And The Bureau’s Hanssen Driven To Spy For Soviets

Since America’s national security apparatus silenced the Bureau’s Robert Hanssen right before the 9/11 attacks for the rest of his life for spying for 15 years for the Soviets – what it accomplished seventeen years ago with the Agency’s Aldrich “Rick” Ames for similar offences at the same time – the public deserves an account now since the crisis has passed of what they did, and why.

War Is Racism by Other Means

What makes the most fantastic and undocumented war-launching and war-prolonging lies credible are differences and prejudices, against others and in favor of our own. Without religious bigotry, racism, and patriotic jingoism, wars would be harder to sell.

Objectives of Pakistan’s adversaries remain unaccomplished

By Asif Haroon Raja The US is the strongest military and economic power of the world but its behavior is amateurish and childish and doesn’t correspond to its stature, strength and capability. After 2nd World War, it never clashed directly with an adversary matching its capabilities but always attacked very weak foes. Like a typical […]


On July 11th  Lester Holt will be interviewing  many people that are involved with some of this nations  “secrets”  many of them from the Cold War past and many of them from the out right bizarre  “the aliens at Area 51” and the debunking of that myth and many other of the so called  X […]

Cold War Veterans to get their Day in Court

The federal court has accepted a lawsuit by veterans of the Cold War experiments conducted at Edgewood Arsenal from 1955 thru 1975. The government chose to ignore these men since 1975 and it has taken a lawsuit to make the government accept responsibility for medical harm caused them by toxic exposures.


JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died and Why It Matters:  Review of James Douglass’ Book by Edward Curtin Despite a treasure-trove of new information having emerged over the last forty-six years, there are many people who still think who killed President John Fitzgerald Kennedy and why are unanswerable questions. There are others who cling […]

Atom bomb veterans decision due

UK-MORE than 1,000 atom bomb test veterans claiming hundreds of millions in compensation from the Ministry of Defence will discover the fate of a government bid to derail their claims on Friday. A widow from north Hampshire, whose husband died from "unusual cancers", is among those taking part in the High Court battle against the […]

Program to refurbish aging nuclear warheads faces setbacks

Technical problems and an erosion of scientific expertise are blamed for delays in the effort to replace thousands of parts that have aged since the bombs left the factory decades ago. By Ralph Vartabedian May 29, 2009 A decadelong effort to refurbish thousands of aging nuclear warheads has run into serious technical problems that have […]

US spy agencies hamstrung by turf battles: report

WASHINGTON (AFP) – US spy agencies are still hamstrung by the same turf battles and financial mismanagement that led to massive intelligence failures revealed by the 9/11 attacks and the Iraq war, an internal report has found. The report, made public on Wednesday, was the most detailed of its kind on challenges facing the 16 […]

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