What was needed to sustain the spirit of a global American empire was a permanent enemy, which would require a psychological campaign to keep the hatred of Russia alive for generations.
Jim W. Dean – As he often does, Seth Ferris absorbs an event for a while before writing about it, avoiding the rush to claim the “who dun it” prize on day one, a national pastime for Internet Dick Tracys.
Will the current craziness wake Americans up and force them to search for answers?
Jim W. Dean – The routine testing of Iran’s defense systems is not only spun as proof of “hostile intent”, but we see such tests might even be invented by the U.S. as part of its new Iran boogeyman hoax on the American people; this is a form of “fake government” and “fake news” working as partners.
Jim W. Dean – As Obama heads toward the door, the crimes of his administration against Syria, and especially Aleppo, are going to be thrown at him like rotten eggs and tomatoes.
A German undercover journalist enrolled as an intern at the RT Deutsch studio to spy on “Putin’s propaganda broadcaster,” but things didn’t exactly go as planned.
Without abject secrecy, the Dark Deeds and unimaginable evil of the Khazarian Mafia becomes exposed and their power shrinks. The Internet is now destroying this abject secrecy.
Koyaanisqatsi–It’s a Hopi Indian word meaning “world out of balance.” In the 1980s when the word first began making its entry into the mainstream American lexicon, most people assumed it meant “out of balance” in terms of the global environment. And that was the context in which it was usually used.
The MSM censorship of Ali’s support for the Palestinian resistance struggle speaks volumes about who really runs our media, where their loyalties really lie.
Gordon Duff – Today, pitched battles are being fought across Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, and not one article in a major publication in the US even mentioned one of these nations, not even anecdotaly.
– Turkey may steal the factories, ISIS may cut of a few heads but who controls the media?
– “Uri has written another skillfully-nuanced piece designed to poke the eagle, but Americans want to serve Israel divorce papers.”
– “NEO’s Conrad Stachnio is one of the best younger geopoilitical writers to come along in a while. And we are pleased to have someone reporting from Poland.”