James Corbett – Even if you ignore the immorality of statism and the tyranny of the majority, anyone who believes that voting actually matters is simply ignorant of the deep state and how it uses its intelligence apparatus to monitor and blackmail everyone in a position of political power. sElection 2016 will change nothing.
Sibel Edmonds on Hoover’s FBI & Thick Files on Government Officials, Rubber-Stamp FISA, Edward Snowden, Recent Revelations by Russ Tice
James Corbett unplugs me (as always) on the recent revelations by NSA whistleblower Russ Tice, Edward Snowden, Qualifying Federal Judge Candidates, the Still-Hoover’s-FBI, and much more! Continue reading →
Makia Freeman – Watching Obama and Putin at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) was a very interesting glimpse into the world of geopolitics and diplomacy. It was a tale of two leaders, or rather a misleader and a leader. Obama delivered the same old hollow rhetoric of “democracy and peace” we’ve come to expect from the US Teleprompter-in-Chief, while Putin was amazingly upfront and honest, though couching his words in diplomatic speech so as to avoid being too confrontational. Putin managed to avoid using the terms “United States” or “America” all the while directing strong admonitions towards the USA, and even asking at one point: “Do you realize what you have done?”
Obama – More Gross Hypocrisy
Obama’s speech praised “cooperation instead of conflict“, a new world system which prevents “bigger countries from imposing its will on smaller countries” and decried those who believe that “might is right“, that “order must be imposed by force” and that “individual rights don’t matter“. As usual, the gross hypocrisy of his speech was starkly evident right from the start. Obama is a fine orator and his words always sound so nice, but it is rare indeed to find his actions matching up to his words. Continue reading →
Stephen Lendman – Obama’s so-called intention to degrade and destroy ISIS is a complete fabrication – a Big Lie blasted worldwide by Western media, concealing what’s really going on.
Washington uses ISIS and other takfiri terrorists as Pentagon foot soldiers, waging war on Assad, wanting another regional country transformed into a US vassal state, no matter the cost in human lives and suffering.
On August 8, 2014, Washington began bombing first Iraqi, then Syrian targets weeks later, not ISIS as claimed, operating illegally without Security Council authorization or permission from Damascus. Heavy pressure forced Baghdad to go along.
The Defense Department claims so-called Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) targets ISIS terrorists, saying “(t)he president has authorized US Central Command to work with partner nations to conduct targeted airstrikes of Iraq and Syria as part of the comprehensive strategy to degrade and defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL.”
DOD claims nearly $4 billion in operational costs through August 31, 2015, an average daily cost of around $10 million for 389 days of bombing.
Likely double or more this amount was spent. Pentagon waste, fraud and abuse are notorious.
Like the Fed, its operations are unaudited. It operates any way it wishes, a destructive force no one challenges – including none of the current US presidential aspirants, in lockstep with Washington’s imperial recklessness.
DOD’s report on ISIS targets damaged or destroyed was falsified – part of the coverup to conceal its support, waging war on Syria and Iraq, using ISIS and other takfiri terrorist as ground force foot soldiers, the US public entirely deceived about what’s going on.
Despite nearly 14 months of bombing, ISIS is stronger than ever, controlling large areas of Syrian and Iraqi territory, their easily visible columns of Toyota trucks able to move freely, never attacked by US or so-called coalition partners’ air power. Continue reading →
Joseph P Farrell – Putin, the UN, China, Germany, and Syria: a “coalition against Fascism” but what’s the message?
Chinese Military Personnel Expected to Arrive in Syria
Leith Fadel – The recent arrival of the Russian Marines and Air Force to the Syrian port-city of Tartous has generated a significant amount of interest around the world, as the possibility of Russia’s direct military intervention becomes the focal point of the war on ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham).
Should the Russians begin military operations in Syria, what role will the U.S. led “Anti-ISIS Coalition” play in combating the terrorist group? Will they coordinate with one another? Will they avoid one another? Continue reading →
“In March, Mr. Obama submitted a plan to the United Nations detailing how the United States would meet its target [on reducing global warming]. It said it would do so chiefly through enactment of Environmental Protection Agency regulations on emissions from cars, trucks and power plants.”(New York Times, “Global Climate Pact Gains Momentum as China, U.S. and Brazil Detail Plans,” 6/30/15)
Jon Rappoport – Translation of the above quote: Obama will bypass Congress and make global warming decisions for the future of America through executive fiat.
Poverty, hunger, climate change. Solving these problems is the announced objective, tying together Obama, the Pope, and the UN.
A moment’s reflection reveals the absurdity of their high-flying rhetoric.
Would you trust these three to reduce poverty in the world, when none of them can point to a single prior success in drastically reducing poverty in any nation in the world?
They want the population of planet Earth to submit to their strategies based on a zero track record.
This would be like the CEO of Ford telling a shareholders’ meeting, “Trust us, we’re going to build a billion little solar spaceships people can fly anywhere, and replace all our cars and trucks with them. Don’t worry, be happy.”
This is how conventional political leaders operate. They have no experience aside from initiating policies from a very high perch—and then they expect compliance from all “the little people.”
Stephen Lendman – Obama addresses make painful listening. He represents ruthless US ambitions to rule the world – even at the risk of destroying it.
His remarks at all times reflect willful deception, entirely lacking truth, candor and straightforwardness. He’s a shameless demagogue, a con man, a disgrace to his people and office he holds – masquerading as a legitimate leader.
His rants lost credibility long ago. His policies speak for themselves. His agenda threatens humanity’s survival. His neocon infested administration deplores peace and stability. His claims otherwise ring hollow. His Monday General Assembly address was true to form.
His praise for UN achievements over seven decades belies its dismal record. Its mandate “to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war” failed to prevent them throughout its entire history – US-led NATO and Israel bearing most responsibility.
Obama ludicrously claimed “unparalleled advances in human liberty and prosperity…lift(ing) more than a billion people from poverty…constraining bigger countries from imposing our will on smaller ones…advancing the emergence of democracy and development and individual liberty on every continent.”
Fact: Only a fool or liar believes this rubbish. Human liberty and prosperity were never more imperiled.
Fact: Billions of people are mired in poverty worldwide. Half the US population is either impoverished or bordering on it. Poverty in other Western countries and Israel are increasing. So-called “real progress” Obama touts is nonexistent.
Fact: No nation imposes its will more on other nations of all sizes than America, none more aggressively, recklessly, and ruthlessly.
Fact: None wages more direct and proxy wars. None more greatly threatens world peace and stability – none more intolerant of democracy anywhere at home and abroad, none more disdainful of rule of law principles, none more hated for its villainy.
Obama revealed his rage for war, saying he’ll “never hesitate to protect my country or our allies, unilaterally and by force where necessary.”
Fact: America’s only enemies are ones it invents. Endless wars on humanity reflect longstanding bipartisan US policy. Continue reading →