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Monday
Sep112017

NYT op-ed: Mainstream 9/11 narrative “totally false, literally from the 1st minutes”

Today, on the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 neocon coup d’état, the New York Times editorial page has published a column by economist Paul Krugman calling the official narrative “totally false” – and accusing the Bush-Cheney Administration of “rejoicing” at the successful attack on America.

Here is Krugman’s key passage:

In the weeks and months after the atrocity, news media had a narrative about what it meant – basically, that it was a Pearl Harbor moment that brought America together with a new seriousness and resolve. This was comforting and reassuring. It was also totally false, literally from the first minutes. The truth, as we now know, is that Bush administration officials rejoiced, even as the fires were still burning, at the opportunity they now had to fight the unrelated war they always wanted.”

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Monday
Sep112017

Guess what, has been found, in the CIA reading room?

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Sunday
Sep102017

Big Brother Google now watching your every political move 

Google has taken the unprecedented step of burying material, mostly from websites on the political right, that it has deemed to be inappropriate.

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Sunday
Sep102017

Hurricane Irma and How the US Exploits Disasters to Blackmail the Caribbean

Natural events like earthquakes and hurricanes facilitate the scorched earth stage of the global State of Siege U.S. corporations hope to bring about.

In the case of the Caribbean, regional solidarity-based, reciprocal initiatives like those promoted by Venezuela, make it possible for self-determination and sovereignty to overcome the “humanitarian” rationale of U.S. led military and geopolitical control.

Category 5 Hurricane Irma is crossing the Caribbean and has damaged the islands of Saint Martin, Saint Bartholomew and Antigua and Barbuda.

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Sunday
Sep102017

IMF Refuses to Discuss Barbuda's Debt After Hurricane Irma

While Barbuda, part of the Caribbean island nation of Antigua and Barbuda, continues to reel from having almost the entirety of its infrastructure and 95 percent of its homes destroyed due to Hurricane Irma, the International Monetary Fund, IMF, has rejected a moratorium proposal to discuss the island's US$3 million dollar debt.

The refusal to even converse about funds owed by the tiny Caribbean island came from Christopher Lane, the financial institution's special representative to the United Nations, according to Courthouse News.

“Our general view is that we'd rather put new money in than to have a moratorium,” Lane said.

Speaking in a conference room situated in the basement of the U.N.'s Secretariat Building, Lane further exemplified the IMF's position by stating that the institution may borrow funds from the United States and loan them to Antigua.

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Sunday
Sep102017

CIA and Raytheon's Missile Tech Secrets Spill Into Public View: WikiLeaks

Details of a secretive CIA project code-named Protego developed in conjunction with U.S. defense contractor Raytheon has spilled onto the web courtesy of whistle-blowing group WikiLeaks, which released the data as part of its Vault 7 leaks of information from the U.S. intelligence service's Engineering Development Group.

The information, revealed in four secret documents and 37 related technical manuals, details the Protego missile control system that is installed on board military aircraft manufactured by United Technologies subsidiary Pratt Whitney. The company produces engines for military aircraft including the F-15 Eagle, F-16 Falcon, F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter, B-52 strategic bomber, among other aircraft presently in service across 27 air forces worldwide.

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Thursday
Sep072017

Police Report Indicates Wasserman Schultz IT Aide Planted Computer For Investigators To Find

Thursday
Sep072017

Central Banks Decide That Discontinuing Stimulus Will Collpase The Economy - Episode 1373a

Thursday
Sep072017

Graham wants to haul back Comey to testify on Clinton email case, says 'I smell a rat'

Sen. Lindsey Graham told Fox News on Thursday that he wants to bring back James Comey to testify on Capitol Hill, citing concerns about his statements on the conclusion of the Hillary Clinton email case.

“This doesn’t add up, and I smell a rat here,” Graham, R-S.C., said in an interview with Fox News' Catherine Herridge.

The Republican senator, who chairs a Senate Judiciary subcommittee, and Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, last week revealed new details they learned about the Clinton case from interview transcripts. According to the senators, the transcripts say Comey began drafting an “exoneration statement” for Clinton weeks before interviewing her – which in turn raised questions about the former FBI director’s testimony in June before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

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Wednesday
Sep062017

FBI Comey turned down "lost" Hillary emails from N.S.A

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