Saturday, October 15, 2011

American charade of double standards

Rebel Newsflash: American charade of double standards (plus 67 more items)

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American charade of double standards

Posted: 08 Oct 2011 06:34 AM PDT

The hullabaloo and tumult which the Western mainstream media have ignited during the past weeks over the fallacious report that a Christian pastor in Iran is sentenced to death on charges of apostasy once again underscores the hypocritical nature of the United States and its European allies, bringing to light the double standards which they have conventionally exercised regarding the human rights issue.

America's free-trade abdication

Posted: 08 Oct 2011 06:26 AM PDT

Most of all, Obama is badly served on trade by his senior colleagues. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, for example, was opposed to trade liberalisation when she ran against Obama for president, and advocated a "pause" in free-trade negotiations. She also misinterpreted the great economist Paul Samuelson as a protectionist, when he said nothing of the kind. She has never recanted.

Orrin Hatch: OWS Rallies Will Turn Into Riots

Posted: 08 Oct 2011 06:00 AM PDT

The political class in the district of criminals seems to have a wish – that the OWS protests turn to violence so the cops can be sent in and run them off. Establishment politicians hate the idea of citizens – described as motley by the corporate media – protesting against them.

Bitter pill awaits US in Afghanistan

Posted: 08 Oct 2011 05:24 AM PDT

While the Obama administration has urged Pakistan to help them expose the Haqqani network, the Pakistani officials are afraid of possible revenge bombings in their own cities and on their own people.

Globalisation's government

Posted: 08 Oct 2011 05:02 AM PDT

Economic globalisation has, of course, produced some large benefits for the world, including the rapid spread of advanced technologies such as the internet and mobile telephony. It has also reduced poverty sharply in many emerging economies - indeed, for this reason alone, the world economy needs to remain open and interconnected.

Chinese sceptics see global warming as US conspiracy

Posted: 08 Oct 2011 03:33 AM PDT

In China, where carbon emissions have surged despite tough government constraints and targets, President Hu Jintao is having to stare down claims that human-induced climate change is an elaborate American conspiracy.

Did Iran Just Retaliate For Stuxnet? Computer Virus Infects US Predator Drone System

Posted: 08 Oct 2011 03:30 AM PDT

It was only a matter of time: the weakest link in the otherwise awesome idea that is a remote-controlled military, represented by the thousands of Predator and Reaper drones, has always been its biggest strength: the fact that it is remote-controlled.

'Pakistan demands honest US plan'

Posted: 08 Oct 2011 03:09 AM PDT

Freedom Lost

Posted: 08 Oct 2011 02:59 AM PDT

Many times I hear the ostriches among us exclaim, "What freedoms have we lost? America is the freest country on earth." We have all heard that, right? Of course, part of the problem is that, thanks to our education system, media, and churches, many Americans do not even know how to define liberty and freedom. The truth is, America's Founding Fathers were willing to pledge their "lives, fortunes, and sacred honor" and fight a bloody revolutionary war for far fewer abridgments of liberty than we Americans endure every day of our lives today. FAR FEWER!

'US held simplistic view on Afghan war'

Posted: 08 Oct 2011 12:56 AM PDT

A journalist says that the US after ten years of forcing war on Afghanistan has so alienated the Afghan people that any victory for the US is impossible.

California mandates ridiculous, untrue warning labels on natural bioidentical hormones DHEA and pregnenolone

Posted: 08 Oct 2011 12:00 AM PDT

According to a recent announcement made by the Alliance for Natural Health USA (ANH-USA) California legislators have altered the state's Health and Safety Code, Section 110423(b) to mandate that all pregnenolone and DHEA supplements sold within the state contain a label that warns of "serious adverse health effects." These allegedly include rapid heartbeat, dizziness, blurred vision and seizure, though none of this has ever been shown in trials.

Considering a winter flu shot? Here's a better way to 'winterize' your immune system

Posted: 08 Oct 2011 12:00 AM PDT

This article will give you nine easy tips, with probably the most important last. There you'll also be able to access a Health Ranger video with Mike Adams, which convincingly debunks the concept of "flu season".

Study: Vegetarian diet may help children stay fit, avoid obesity

Posted: 08 Oct 2011 12:00 AM PDT

A new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that people of all ages, including children, that adhere to a vegetarian diet generally have lower average body mass indexes (BMI) than others, and are generally leaner than their meat-eating counterparts.

What the Lamestream Media has Missed: Occupy Wall Street Is a Memo To Obama And The Establishment

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 11:49 PM PDT

Left, right, or center, most of the mainstream media has been utterly contemptuous of the nascent Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement, as Jon Stewart has just illustrated adroitly with his signature wit. Of course the right-wing pundits cannot be beat for their overt contempt for the protests — it's all just a bunch of statist, communist, anti-capitalist malcontents, don't you know! Nothing good wholesome Americans should support, or even pay attention to.

Al Qaeda Cleric Anwar al-Awlaki EXPOSED!

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 09:16 PM PDT

Tony Greenberg and his wife Anne, the actors that play Omar Bin Laden (Bin Ladens Son) and his wife, along with David Rothschild, The Shoe Bomber Richard Reid, and many other characters in the news you think are real people but are fictitious individuals, is in fact the Al Qaeda Cleric Anwar al-Awlak. The pentagon can stop its lies and the main stream media needs to come clean, as all the reporters that have covered this story are now shown to be liars.

End The FED Must Merge With Occupy Wall Street

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 08:47 PM PDT

There is a battle going on between the much older End the FED movement which has been around for many years and the Occupy Wall Street group of protests that seems to have a lot of money and media attention.

Afghanistan: Ten Years of War

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 08:39 PM PDT

On October 7, 2001, NATO began its invasio of Afghanistan. Ten years later, as the country descends into even greater chaos, the illegal occupation of Afghanistan continues...

Hoodies of the NWO

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 08:37 PM PDT

Last August, everyone was saying, "London's burning, the hoodies are burning the town down."

US: The Five Macro Crises of Our Times

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 08:20 PM PDT

Our world has become very complex, [] and, as a consequence, it is increasingly open to macro crises of huge proportions.

Indeed, what makes our time such a dangerous period, I think, is the fact that we are facing simultaneously at least five intractable worldwide crises that it will take years to solve or to outlive. They are a financial crisis [] that it will take at least twenty years to jugulate, an energy crisis [] that's looming on the not too far horizon and which threatens the very foundation of the economic prosperity of the last half century, a double-barreled demographic crisis [] of a magnitude never encountered during the entire history of humankind, a political crisis [] that is related to the ingrained inability of governments most everywhere to solve society's problems, and, as a general background, a moral crisis [] that corrupts most institutions and makes them ineffective in promoting the common good. []

The Passionate Attachment

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 08:04 PM PDT

A passionate attachment of one Nation for another produces a variety of evils. Sympathy for the favorite Nation, facilitating the illusion of an imaginary common interest, in cases where no real common interest exists, and infusing into one the enmities of the other, betrays the former into a participation in the quarrels and wars of the latter, without adequate inducement or justification. It leads also to concessions to the favorite Nation of privileges denied to others, which is apt doubly to injure the Nation making the concessions; by unnecessarily parting with what ought to have been retained; and by exciting jealousy, ill-will, and a disposition to retaliate, in the parties from whom equal privileges are withheld. And it gives to ambitious, corrupted, or deluded citizens, (who devote themselves to the favorite nation,) facility to betray or sacrifice the interests of their own country, without odium, sometimes even with popularity; gilding, with the appearances of a virtuous sense of obligation, a commendable deference for public opinion, or a laudable zeal for public good, the base or foolish compliances of ambition, corruption, or infatuation.

US: Haqqani Nightmares

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 06:53 PM PDT

Civil war in Afghanistan is raging since 1976. It saw relative calm and stability during brief spell of Taliban rule, but peace was snatched away by USA and the country was again pushed into the inferno. Ongoing war lit in October 2001 is continuing and has become the longest war in its history. One of the most impecunious countries of the world is being continuously trampled under the boots of US-NATO forces for over a decade without any respite and this gruesome process is likely to continue for some more time. Having failed to subdue Afghan resistance forces despite applying excessive force and dirty tricks, occupation forces are now at the verge of throwing in their towel and departing.   

Spain: 'Jewish history without Muslims'

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 05:40 PM PDT

"The center is in fact a Jewish heritage museum, which has been hosting groups of students from Israel and world for educational activities about the Golden Era," wrote Yoav Glasner on October 6, 2011.

Reagan's Bargain/Charlie Wilson's War

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 05:08 PM PDT

Wadah Khanfar: People should be at the heart of journalism

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 05:00 PM PDT

Beginning his speech following enthusiastic introductory applause, Khanfar went straight to the issue of his resignation and noted that he had chosen this year of all years to step down because "this year is unique". Referring to the eruption of protests across the Middle East, the Arab Spring was not unnaturally the dominant theme of the talk; this was the year, said Khanfar, when "something that was hidden" spread across the region as the people "regained their confidence". Mr Khanfar captivated his audience when he noted that after years of learning to retain his emotions, he had been brought to tears many times in 2011.

Truth & Lies – Why Dale Farm Matters – Full Documentary Now Online

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 04:31 PM PDT

Produced, Directed and Edited by Ken O'Keefe

The Future of America's Great Traditions

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 04:00 PM PDT

MY CELL PHONE loudly jangled the quaint retro ringtone I so liked; awakening me with a start from a deep slumber one night a few weeks ago. Worried something bad happened to a family member, or I might be needed back on the front lines, I hurriedly reached over to the nightstand and snatched it up.

UEFA EURO 2012: One step nearer

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 03:52 PM PDT

London Falling: Like a man eating his own leg

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 03:47 PM PDT

Across the Atlantic, the global financial troubles have reached the UK, as it becomes the latest nation to feel the pinch. Rating's giant Moody's has downgraded 12 of Britain's financial firms and banks, including the Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds TSB. That comes after the Bank of England chief said the country's economy is at its lowest point since the 1930s if not ever. RT gets more on this from British Euro MP, Godfrey Bloom.

Press of Force: 'Police squash us like terrorists'

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 03:43 PM PDT

The banker backlash in the United States is spreading, with major rallies held in the capital, Los Angeles and several other cities. Thousands joined to express their anger at economic inequalities and high unemployment. The demonstrations began last month when protesters started pitching tents in front of the New York Stock Exchange under the banner 'Occupy Wall Street'. Earlier this week, heavy-handed police were filmed using batons and pepper spray to disperse the demonstrators. The aftermath of years of financial strife are causing people's patience to run out and they're angry at the banks for triggering it in the first place. Journalists who joined the campaign say the protesters will not stop demanding social and economic justice.

CrossTalk: Arab Ballot

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 03:30 PM PDT

Will the approaching elections in Egypt and Tunisia see an increase in public protests? How well do the candidates running for office represent the people? Will they be able to introduce genuine democracy and develop a strong foreign policy? And with the Islamic influence gaining momentum among the public, how will this impact the region's struggle for real democracy? CrossTalking with Ramzy Baroud, Lisa Daftari and Yoram Meital on Oct. 7. CT on FB:

Deja vu: Blacks Claim OWS Excludes Them

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 03:21 PM PDT

Janell Ross, writing for AOL-Huffington Post, quotes Andrew Grant-Thomas, deputy director at the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at Ohio State University, who states that segregation is alive and well in America – and that includes social networks.

Washington targeting China's Achilles heel

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 02:08 PM PDT

The Washington-led decision by NATO to bomb Gaddafi's Libya into submission over recent months, at an estimated cost to US taxpayers of at least $1 billion, has little if anything to do with what the Obama Administration claims was a mission to "protect innocent civilians." In reality it is part of a larger strategic assault by NATO and by the Pentagon in particular to entirely control China's economic Achilles heel, namely China's strategic dependence on large volumes of imported crude oil and gas. Today China is the worlds second largest imported of oil after the United States and the gap is rapidly closing.

Conservatives Support Protests

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 01:55 PM PDT

(VIDEO) The Big Lie: 9/11 Comic Book One Month After Release

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 01:54 PM PDT

Top Republican Says OWS a "Growing Mob"

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 01:22 PM PDT

House GOP Leader and the second-ranking House Republican Eric Cantor has come down heavy on the OWS movement encamped outside of Wall Street and around the country.

Occupy Wall Street Infiltration?

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 12:32 PM PDT

My latest interview with RT, in which I discuss the issue of the potential for Occupy Wall Street to be infiltrated, co-opted and controlled, and what could be done to prevent this, both in terms of ideas and action.

Special Report with Alex Jones and Aaron Dykes: End the Fed

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 12:26 PM PDT

'US citizens fed up with corporate greed'

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 12:21 PM PDT

Thousands of people have joined the protest rallies across the United States in an attempt to change the country's financial system and war policy.

Scared US banks holding money back

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 11:58 AM PDT

Top US banks plug capital flow and economic recovery by holding back 1.6 trillion dollars from circulation and tightening their lending policies excessively.

The Police State and Occupy Wall Street

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 11:26 AM PDT

We Don't Live In a Free Society:

I wrote an article over a month ago exposing the Obama administration's crackdown on civil liberties.  The piece begins with the assertion that "the United States is still the freest country in the world."  I was curious to see how readers would react.  A number of people commented that such a statement is so delusional that they had to stop reading.  At the time I thought they were perhaps overreacting.  But after witnessing the state's crackdown on Occupy Wall Street it has become clear that they were right.  We do not live in a free society.

Israel: Many Enemies, Much Prestige

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 11:25 AM PDT

In those days, at the very start of what was to be the First World War, country after country was declaring war on Germany. The spirit of the graffito reflected the hubris of the supreme commander, Kaiser Wilhelm, who relied on the war plan of the legendary German General Staff. It was indeed an excellent war plan, and as excellent war plans are apt to do, it started going awry right from the beginning.  

The Great and the Poor America

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 11:22 AM PDT

America is a vast continent with huge natural resources from gold to oil. America is a beautiful country with such diversities of people of various backgrounds and origins. People are generally kind and merry.

Obama: The Assassination of Anwar Al-Awlaki by Fiat

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 11:20 AM PDT

There is ample evidence to suggest that the publicity surrounding the killing of al-Awlaki has greatly exaggerated his political importance and is an attempt to cover up the declining influence of the US in the Islamic world.  The State Department's declaration of a major victory serves to exaggerate US military capacity to defeat its adversaries.  The assassination serves to justify Obama's arbitrary use of death squads to execute overseas US critics and adversaries by executive fiat denying the accused elementary judicial protections.

Money Manipulation and Social Order; What happened to 'Merry' Old England

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 11:06 AM PDT

The following brief outline of English History from Henry VIII to William of Orange, taking account of the financial factor, may prove useful to students. For the development of the points here touched upon, "The Two Nations," by Christopher Hollis, frequently referred to in the course of this book, and "The Tragedy of the Stuarts," by J. Desmond Gleeson, are strongly recommended.

A war criminal's "special mission": avoid arrest

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 10:37 AM PDT

Livni and other suspected war criminals have postponed visits to London for fear of arrest and, backed by the influential pro-Israel Lobby, had pushed the British government to effect changes to the law on universal jurisdiction. With both the Coalition Government and the Labour Party supporting these changes, ex-Foreign Minister Livni's visit to London was inevitable. William Hague said that he was "delighted" to welcome Ms Livni to London at a critical moment for the Middle East. "It was an appalling situation when political abuse of our legal procedures prevented people like Mrs Livni from travelling legitimately to the UK," he added. "We have dealt with this urgently as we promised to on coming to office."

A war criminal's "special mission": avoid arrest

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 10:37 AM PDT

Livni and other suspected war criminals have postponed visits to London for fear of arrest and, backed by the influential pro-Israel Lobby, had pushed the British government to effect changes to the law on universal jurisdiction. With both the Coalition Government and the Labour Party supporting these changes, ex-Foreign Minister Livni's visit to London was inevitable. William Hague said that he was "delighted" to welcome Ms Livni to London at a critical moment for the Middle East. "It was an appalling situation when political abuse of our legal procedures prevented people like Mrs Livni from travelling legitimately to the UK," he added. "We have dealt with this urgently as we promised to on coming to office."

'US fails in Afghanistan after decade'

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 10:06 AM PDT

The US-led war in Afghanistan has entered its 11th year, under the pretext of toppling the Taliban regime and establishing security in the war-torn country.

An attempt to understand what we have done to ourselves

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 10:00 AM PDT

From the constitutional declaration issued on 25th September, we now understand that we have to wait for more than a year for power to be transferred to civilians in Egypt, unless something else unexpected happens necessitating further postponement. There is no guarantee that such a situation will not arise. What we hoped and waited for was supposed to be completed this year. According to agreements reached during the meetings of the Constitutional Review Committee, we should have had public elections in June. The elected representatives would then have chosen members of the constituent assembly charged with writing the new constitution within six months, opening the door for Presidential elections before the end of the year.

World uprising against corrupt thieves

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 09:52 AM PDT

Thousands of Americans occupied without violence Wall Street - an epicenter of global financial power and corruption. They are the last rays of light in a new movement for social justice that is spreading rapidly around the world: from Madrid to Jerusalem, and 146 other cities, with others joining all the time. But they need our help to triumph.

The Land Destroyer #OccupyWallStreet Guide

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 09:37 AM PDT

The "Occupy the Fed" movement may be ignored predictably by the Western media, but it surely is beginning to catch attention overseas. Thailand's the Nation published an editorial titled, " Conveniently ignoring the truth

Video: First Day of Occupy the Fed Demo in Dallas

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 09:35 AM PDT

An on-the-scene reporter said the protest sent a "mixed message." NBC 5 dragged out a professor who linked the Occupy the Fed in Dallas protest with the larger Occupy Wall Street protest in New York and said they have yet to make their demands known.

Report: French President dismisses Zionist demands for officially Jewish state as "silly," says Natanyahu is untrustworthy

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 09:25 AM PDT

PARIS – French President Nicolas Sarkozy has always described himself as a true friend of Israel. However, according to unusual statements attributed to him in the French magazine Le Canard Enchaîne, he unequivocally sides with the Palestinians.

Turkey's policy towards Syria is a success

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 09:05 AM PDT

Most recently, some analysts argued that Turkey's Syria policy was a failed one, given Assad's unwillingness to take Turkey's advice on reforms. These analysts argued that, if Turkey chose not to project its hard power (such as creating a buffer zone, or possibly launching a limited military intervention) on Syria, this meant that Turkey had no leverage on Syria. Thus, they argued, we would have to consider Turkey's "zero problems with neighbours" policy a hollow one with no real substance or practical applicability. This perspective takes for granted the fact that Turkey's neighbourhood policy proposes a general framework rather than offering specific strategies.

To cure the economy

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 09:05 AM PDT

Still, overall business investment - excluding construction - has returned to ten per cent of GDP (from 10.6 per cent before the crisis). With so much excess capacity in real estate, confidence will not recover to its pre-crisis level anytime soon, regardless of what is done to the banking sector.

Government demands that Israel be recognized as an official 'Jewish state' unmask fascist character of modern Zionism

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 08:58 AM PDT

The Israeli government's current mantra is that the Palestinians must recognise a "Jewish State". Of course, the Palestinians have clearly and repeatedly recognised the State of Israel as such in the 1993 Oslo Accords (which were based on an Israeli promise to establish a Palestinian state within five years - a promise now shattered) and many times since. Recently, however, Israeli leaders have dramatically and unilaterally moved the goal-posts and are now clamouring that Palestinians must recognise Israel as a "Jewish State".

British justice is exposed as a sham

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 08:45 AM PDT

The UN's Goldstone Report claimed that Livni shares responsibility for war crimes and possibly crimes against humanity in Gaza; her hands have the blood of innocents on them. By giving her the red carpet treatment, the British government was basically giving official endorsement to those crimes and providing legal cover for the criminals. Hijacks 'Occupy' To Push Obama Tax Agenda

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 08:27 AM PDT


Taxing nothing: Making empty homes pay

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 07:43 AM PDT

If nothing happens in Washington, then state and local governments are left to fend for themselves. Unfortunately, state and local governments have two serious disadvantages in the job creation effort relative to Washington. They can't run deficits, since most are required to balance their budgets. And they can't print money like the Federal Reserve Board.

Eurasian Union, Revolution Prediction, #OccupyPortland - New World Next Week

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 07:43 AM PDT

Welcome back to - thevideo series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in alternative news and open source intelligence. This week Story #1: Putin Wants 'Eurasian Union' to Compete With US & European Union Related: Leaked Document Reveals Russia Plans to 'Eliminate' Enemies Overseas Related: US Attack in Yemen Kills Anwar al-Awlaki Story #2: Supercomputer Predicts Revolution Through 'Culturomics' Related: The Scope of FBIS and BBC Open Source Media Coverage, 1979--2008 by Kalev Leetaru Related: The Web Bot Project Update: Visionary Apple Co-Founder Steve Jobs Dies at 56 Related: Introducing Siri, DARPA's Ghost in Apple's Machine Story #3: Occupy Portland to Begin on Thursday Related: 'Occupy Portland' Facebook Group New World Next Week on Subscribe to to get hi-quality episodes to download, burn and share. And as always, stay up-to-date by subscribing to the feeds from Corbett Report http and Media Monarchy Thank you. Previous Episode: Remote-Controlled Plane Plot, Qaeda vs. Conspiracists, Activist (re)Post

Florida School District Installs Fingerprint Scanners on Buses

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 07:15 AM PDT

School officials decided moving the scanners to the buses was a more effective way to monitor students. They plan to have a scanner and laptop installed on every bus in the district.

NWO Promotes Failed Zionist Gender Experiment

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 07:01 AM PDT

A brave and fascinating experiment in women's liberation was conducted by the Israelis when they set up their rural communes, the kibbutzim, during the colonization of Palestine in the early part of this century. A central part of their semi-Marxist ideology was the total emancipation of women from all inequalities (sexual, social, economic and intellectual) that had been imposed upon them by traditional society.

Russia may lose billions if Chavez disappears from politcs

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 06:49 AM PDT

Russia is taking urgent measures in connection with the current situation in Venezuela. Vice Prime Minister Igor Sechin flew to Caracas on Thursday. The quick visit of the high-ranking official was prepared in a hurry. The visit is connected with the illness of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez - Russia's primary friend in the region. If Chavez steps down because of the disease, or if something worse happens, Russia may suffer billions of dollars of losses in the oil field.

Bases for Invasions: 'Afghans cannot kick US out, so we stay'

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 04:09 AM PDT

The war in Afghanistan will stretch beyond thirteen years - according to Washington's top military commander there. What began a decade ago as a mission to get the perpetrators of 9/11, has now transformed into an open-ended hunt for the elusive Taliban. Some former US military officers are disillusioned with the Afghan war. Lieutenant Colonel Karen Kwiatkowski thinks the true aim of the invasion was to create a platform for keeping an eye on - or even invading - other targets.

Starbuck Troopers: Pimped up air base oasis in war wilderness

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 03:42 AM PDT

The war in Afghanistan will stretch beyond thirteen years - according to Washington's top military commander there. What began a decade ago as a mission to get the perpetrators of 9/11, has now transformed into an open-ended hunt for the elusive Taliban. And, as Jason Motlag reports, the country's growing American bases indicate the military's barely thinking about leaving.

Deepak Chopra interviewed by We Are Change @ #occupywallstreet

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 01:11 AM PDT "Luke Rudkowski on police nightstick workout against Occupy Wall Street"

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 01:10 AM PDT

Lower Manhattan has been invaded by tens of thousands of protestors who are calling for an end to corporate corruption. The demonstrators have been peaceful and the violence surprisingly has been from the NYPD. Last night a second round of police brutality was served out to some. Luke Rudkowski, an independent journalist, was caught up in the baton swings and pepper spray; he gives us his firsthand account.

O'Meara: The Anti-Semites Are Our Misfortune

Posted: 06 Oct 2011 09:53 PM PDT

Michael O'Meara sums up his latest essay, White Nationalism is Not Anti-Semitism, with this telling comment.

Thai Media Catches Wind of "Occupy the Fed"

Posted: 06 Oct 2011 09:48 PM PDT

Even before its scheduled start this weekend, mention of the "Occupy the Fed" movement, which aims to bring attention to the real culprits behind America's economic plight, is spreading, not just across the United States, but overseas as well. The corporate-financier elite which dominates the Western media are attempting in vain to redirect the growing anger of the American people toward the middle class, with President Obama leading the way in a clumsy demagogic campaign of class warfare. Ironically, Obama's own administration is filled top to bottom with Wall Street bankers and Fortune 500 representatives eager to make sure the axe falls anywhere but upon their own necks. This fact regarding Obama's ties to Wall Street and even many of the GOP challengers for 2012 like Herman Cain, a former Federal Reserve chairman, makes such pandering farcical if not entirely offensive to the American people's intelligence.

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