Archive for February, 2014

“Judo” Gene LeBell Was Once Charged With Murder, Intrigue

February 24, 2014
“Judo” Gene LeBell Was Once Charged With Murder, Intrigue

“Judo” Gene LeBell is a long-time familiar character in the martial arts community. LeBell is legendary in Judo and Wrestling circles, and was a stunt man and actor in Hollywood. Most recently, he is remembered for the story that he had a dispute with Aikido expert Steven Seagal – partly concerning Seagals crippling treatment of […]

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The Secret Government, Drugs and Terrorism

February 18, 2014
The Secret Government, Drugs and Terrorism

It’s always been said that wherever the CIA goes, drugs come back. That may be a simplification. Evidence is mounting to suggest that the heroin trade has gone global, not just in its distribution, but in the ability of the players to stage world-changing events. The Russian-centric website Strategic Culture.org has this report on Afghan […]

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Victoria’s “Not So Secret” Meddling in Ukraine

February 9, 2014
Victoria’s “Not So Secret” Meddling in Ukraine

Who is Victoria Nuland and why do the Russians like to hear her “talk dirty” on the phone? Amid the 50 billion-dollar distraction that is the Sochi Olympics, a scandal of Olympic proportions is brewing in the U.S. State Department. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, using an unencrypted phone, was caught in an outright […]

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Super-Bull: Corporate Sports and Fascism

February 2, 2014
Super-Bull: Corporate Sports and Fascism

Being as though today is some kind of quasi-national holiday called Super Bowl Sunday, we should look at the relationship between sports and Fascism. I was going to single out American football in particular, but while thinking about it I realize it goes down to the big money in college games as well. Think about […]

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