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Putin also supports massive spying on the people

On security issues understood as policing, military and secret services, the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, is presented as a man with whom the United States and its allies can count, regardless of whatever their differences as far as democracy and freedom are concerned. In an interview Tuesday on RT, Putin was questioned about Edward Snowden, the young man who revealed details about surveillance programs running through Internet communications. According ...Read full article...

British tighten up secrecy after NSA leak

The British intelligence agencies are admittedly spying on its citizens too and the government in London allows the US to spy on them as well. The British government heavyweights came out in defense of the secret services and rejected accusations that they have agreed to circumvent British law and spy on British citizens or UK residents. Neither the Prime Minister David Cameron nor the head of the Foreign Office, William ...Read full article...

Over sixty countries sign the United Nations Arms Treaty

These countries signed the UN treaty that will regulate global arms sales, and in doing so, have turned their safety to the globalist organization. This international law, which allegedly intends to prohibit the export of conventional weapons, ammunition, parts and systems that governments fear could be used against its people or commit crimes against humanity, is in reality an attempt to further monopolize the legal and illegal trade of ...Read full article...

North American Integration and the Militarization of the Arctic

The Battle for the Arctic is part of a global military agenda of conquest and territorial control. It has been described as a New Cold War between Russia and America.  Washington’s objective is to secure territorial control, on behalf of the Anglo-American oil giants, over extensive Arctic oil and natural gas reserves. The Arctic region could hold up to 25% of the World’s oil and gas reserves, according to some estimates. ...Read full article...

More War, “Kill Courts” at Home. The Real Meaning of Obama’s National Security Speeches

This past Thursday and Friday, President Obama delivered two speeches designed to outline his new thinking on national security and counter-terrorism. While much was made in the media of the president’s statements at the National Defense University and the US Naval Academy suggesting that the most active phase of US military action overseas was coming to an end, this “new” approach is but the same old policy wrapped in ...Read full article...

Why Disinformation Works. In America “Truth has no Relevance. Only Agendas are Important”

Have you ever wondered how the government’s misinformation gains traction? What I have noticed is that whenever a stunning episode occurs, such as 9/11 or the Boston Marathon bombing, most everyone whether on the right or left goes along with the government’s explanation, because they can hook their agenda to the government’s account. The leftwing likes the official stories of Muslims creating terrorist mayhem in America, because it proves ...Read full article...

Support for the European Union loses steam among citizens

The economic crisis has come to tear down the confidence of citizens in the European Union (EU), a globalist project that now teeters beaten by the growing discontent and increasingly widespread euroscepticism. In recent months, each new survey has confirmed the collapse of the EU’s image among Europeans already pointed out in the latest Eurobarometer, published late last year. In it, 57% of Europeans said they did not trust ...Read full article...

The Infowar is over. We won it. Now what?

What would words be without action? Nothing. So it is time to act. The Infowar, a term I heard first from American radio talk show host Alex Jones, has turned into a common label to describe the information struggle between the official story given to the people by governments and officials, and the information put out by alternative researchers and media, who will not buy the deceit coming from ...Read full article...

The United Nations sides with Syrian Terrorists

The UN General Assembly passed a resolution condemning the human rights violations by the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, while showing its support for the rebels. With 107 votes in favor, 12 against and 59 abstentions, member states took on a resolution sponsored by Qatar and driven by Arab countries that obtained fewer votes than similar language approved last year. The document condemns the escalation of violence by ...Read full article...

Libertarian Sentiment Growing in the United Kingdom

The monthly survey by consultancy ICM for the Guardian recorded a collapse of the three main British parties in tandem that is unprecedented and a dramatic increase in the vote for the Independence Party of the United Kingdom (UKIP), which has gone from 9% last month to 18%, a significant improvement when compared with previous minority parties that later merged with the political establishment. The analysis of the emergence ...Read full article...

A Democratic Revolution is brewing in Europe

British Ministers want out of the European Union First, it was the Minister of Education, Michael Gove, a man of the utmost confidence of Prime Minister David Cameron. Then, the Defence Minister, Philip Hammond. The two publicly declared they would vote for the UK to leave the European Union if there were a referendum. Although both made it clear that before that, there must be a chance to negotiate ...Read full article...

Netanyahu stops expansion of settlements in Palestine, for now

Without making big announcements about it, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered in recent weeks a freeze on the publication of tender offers for new Jewish settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. Thus, without that Barack Obama publicly requesting it –not that he did not do it privately — Netanyahu gives the U.S. government leeway to advance their efforts to resume the peace process, which is ...Read full article...

Did you see it? Obama’s Psy-Op Commencement Speech

President Obama gave the commencement address at Ohio State University yesterday, May 5.  He took that opportunity to try and get a message across to the new graduates: Unfortunately, you’ve grown up hearing voices that incessantly warn of government as nothing more than some separate, sinister entity that’s at the root of all our problems. Some of these same voices also do their best to gum up the works. ...Read full article...

Obama: “Reject voices that tell about Government Tyranny”

Obama wants people to trust government blindly despite the history it has as an oppressive force against its own citizens and those of other countries. In a recent address to Ohio State University, Obama said that students must reject voices that warn about government tyranny. “Unfortunately, you’ve grown up hearing voices that incessantly warn of government as nothing more than some separate, sinister entity that’s at the root of ...Read full article...

Canada Adopts its own unconstitutional “Anti-terrorism” Law

The Combating Terrorism Act revives two measures included in the Anti-Terrorism Act of December 2001 that lapsed in 2007 under a “sunset clause”—preventive detention and investigative hearings. The new law also increases the penalties for persons who refuse to cooperate with investigative hearings and makes it a crime to travel abroad or try to leave Canada to engage in terrorism. The Canada Security and Intelligence Service (CSIS) and Canada’s ...Read full article...