Archive for May, 2018

Memorial Day: Michael Parenti On “Super-Patriotism”

May 28, 2018
Memorial Day: Michael Parenti On “Super-Patriotism”

On this Memorial day, consider what Michael Parenti says about “Superpatriotism”: People need to understand the difference between patriotism and militarism. Please go to the link below and open the mp3 menu, select and download “Superpatriotism” https://archive.org/details/StateStrategiesToCreatePositiveImagesOfWar/Superpatriotism.mp3 Thanks to our friends at “Our Hidden History” https://ourhiddenhistory.org/

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Carter Page And The Real “Spygate”

May 24, 2018
Carter Page And The Real “Spygate”

During the Presidential campaign, “Mafia Don” was able to turn criticism of his staff’s use of “Alternative Facts” into the catchphrase “Fake News”. That label has stuck in an “I’m rubber, you’re glue” fashion and worked in Trump’s favor. Now, with increased pressure on Trump’s crime family, carnival barker-in-chief Trump has turned scrutiny of Russian […]

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Jeffery Kaye Interview: U.S. Used Biological Warfare On North Korea

May 15, 2018
Jeffery Kaye Interview: U.S. Used Biological Warfare On North Korea

In April we looked at a report by Dr. Jeffrey Kaye that detailed how the U.S. military and CIA dropped Plague-infested fleas onto North Korean villages. This new information Kaye dug up answers a lot of questions from that era – and introduces us to a long line of biological war projects that coincidentally dovetails […]

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“It Can’t Happen Here” Predicted Trump In 1935

May 13, 2018
“It Can’t Happen Here” Predicted Trump In 1935

It’s not often that I read and review fiction, but with the Trump presidency devolving into a desperate, rabid beast it was time to read “It Can’t Happen Here” by Sinclair Lewis. The book, which was written in 1935 as Fascism was rising in Europe, accurately predicted the rise of an authoritarian like Mein Trumpf. […]

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