For a little over 50 years, an elite organization has met all around the world in total secrecy with nearly zero press coverage. On Thursday, the annual Bilderberg Conference will take place in Chantilly, Virginia where the world’s leaders are believed to make decisions that could possibly have an effect on the world. Continue reading
“US military doctrine envisages the central role of “massive casualty producing events” in which innocent civilians are killed. The killings are deliberately carried out as part of a covert operation. The enemy is blamed for the resulting atrocities.
“Washington serves the interest of western oil companies, not just because of their corrupt influence over the administration, but because the survival of the current U.S. petro-economy depends on western domination of the global oil trade. (…)
I repeat: every recent U.S. and NATO intervention has served to prop up the waning dominance of western oil companies over the global oil and petrodollar system.”
“Significantly, the hawks have used the drug eradication strategies of the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) as well. As I wrote in Drugs, Oil, and War,
The true purpose of most of these campaigns … has not been the hopeless ideal of eradication. It has been to alter market share: to target specific enemies and thus ensure that the drug traffic remains under the control of those traffickers who are allies …”
“I believe that the most urgent task today to preserve the peace of the world is to curb America’s drive towards dominationism, and to re-energize the UN”s prohibition of unilateral and preemptive wars, for the sake of coexistence in a peaceful and multilateral world.”
“To preserve its perilous dominance the US today is arming against its own people, not just in defense of them. All the peoples of the world, including the American, have a stake in seeing that expansive dominance reduced, towards a less militarist and more multipolar world.” Prof. Peter Dale Scott
“Mexico is a major U.S. foothold in Latin America and the only country in the region that, without limitation, lost its sovereignty under the pressure of its aggressive policy. The direct control of the territories of Canada and Mexico is discussed in the statutes of the so-called “Northern Command”, created in October of 2002.”
Natalia Sinitsa, pravda.ru
Victoria Grant explains why her homeland, Canada,
and most of the world,
is in debt.
April 27, 2012 at the
Public Banking in America Conference,
“In conclusion, it has become painfully obvious, even for me, a 12 year old Canadian, that we are being defrauded and robbed by the banking system and a complicit government.
President Rafael Correa of Ecuador discusses with Julian Assange whether it’s always the case of good media vs corrupt government, and examines his country’s relationship with the United States.
“The Salvador Option” is a “terrorist model” of mass killings by US sponsored death squads. It was first applied in El Salvador, in the heyday of resistance against the military dictatorship, resulting in an estimated 75,000 deaths.”
“In relation to recent events, the killing of 108 people including 35 children in the border city of Houla on May 27 was, in all likelihood, committed by US sponsored death squads under the “Salvador Option for Syria”. The deaths of civilians have been casually blamed by the Western media on the Al Assad government and the incident is being used as pretext for a “humanitarian” R2P intervention by NATO. Outright media fabrications, including the manipulation of images by the BBC suggest that the Syrian government was not behind the massacre…” Prof. Michel Chossudovsky
Published on May 28, 2012 by RussiaToday
A protester burst in on former British Prime Minister Tony Blair as he testified at a UK inquiry into media ethics at London’s Royal Courts of Justice on Monday. The protester gained entrance to the court through a secure corridor and shouted “This man should be arrested for war crimes!” before being removed by security. Continue reading
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has been negligent in failing to terminate the obvious manipulation ongoing in silver. Furthermore, the agency may be complicit in this manipulation. Worse, it has lied to the public and elected officials. Continue reading
HIV does not cause AIDS…
AIDS is not sexually transmitted…
So argues Dr. Peter Duesberg, one of the world’s leading microbiologists, a pioneer in the discovery of the HIV family of viruses, and a member of the National Academy of Sciences.
Duesberg’s evidence – revealed in top scientific journals but kept out of the mainstream press – raises questions the AIDS research establishment has so far declined to answer… (1)
“We know that to err is human, but the HIV/AIDS hypothesis is one hell of a mistake. I say this rather strongly as a warning. Duesberg has been saying it for a long time.”
Kary B. Mullis, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1993
“A key plank of the Blair Doctrine for today is that NATO must be able to go to war without consulting national legislatures, because there is “no time” to get their permission.”
“Aligned with the Putin Doctrine are Russia, China, and India, now joined by Pakistan, which comprise between them the majority of humanity, on behalf of the nation-state and sovereignty.”
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Lew Rockwell and Dr Andrew Wakefield
Andrew Wakefield, MD, talks to Lew about how parents
are beating Big Pharma-State lies.
Video: Nile Bowie reports on the conclusion of the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal held in Malaysia earlier this month, which found former-US President George W. Bush and his associates guilty of war crimes. Those involved in the trial are under no illusions that the ICC and UN will most likely do nothing regarding very real war crimes, but recognize the importance of the trial in exposing this fact.
Bush War Crime Conviction Exposes Failure of “International Law”
When international law designed to stop war crimes is used by war criminals
by Tony Cartalucci
May 23, 2012
A historic ruling handed down by the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal found former-US President George W. Bush and his associates guilty of war crimes including torture. Using standards provided by the International Criminal Court (ICC) and based on the precedent set by the Nuremberg trials, the tribunal succeeded in observing existing international standards in reaching its verdict before forwarding the results to the ICC and the United Nations. Continue reading