Under coercion and threats : Are Taxpayers funding War Crimes ?

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‘There is now,
for the first time in history,
legislation which makes it a duty to refuse to pay tax.’

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LaRouchePAC: Medvedev slams France’s recognition of Syrian rebels

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not a single country, not a single state, not a single government should undertake any action directed at the forcible replacement of an acting government in any other country.”Dmitri Medvedev,  Russian Prime Minister Continue reading

Fulford: ‘non-Western world acted decisively to get Barak Obama re-elected’

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Benjamin Fulford: “The Dragon family and governments of the non-Western world acted decisively to get Barak Obama re-elected as president because a Romney victory would have meant World War 3, according to multiple sources.

Obama (…) would have lost if the Dragon family and others did not step in and finance him, according to CIA and Asian government sources. Continue reading

Hunting for ‘Terrorists’: An excuse for perpetual war?

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“The so-called “War on Terror” is simply government code for perpetual war. (…) That of course is the aim of the government, the military, and all those corporate sponsors who are dependent on war for their very survival.

Without continuous war, at least in the minds of those in government and corporate America today, economic chaos would result.(…) Total defense spending each year is well over a trillion dollars, and continues to spiral out of control. The plunder by the U.S. empire of other country’s natural resources helps to enrich oil and mining companies; this at the expense of the citizens of other nations. This is big business …” (1) (emphasis added)

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Iranian diplomats out: Is Canada’s COWBOY Diplomacy taking the side of PEACE?

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Michel Chossudovsky, director of the Center for Research on Globalization based in Montreal:

This decision wasn’t taken in Ottawa, it was taken in Washington. (…) All acts of mediation and diplomacy and peace-building are being scrapped in favor of a possible military strike on Iran“. (1)

“It’s very unfortunate. We have to maintain dialog with countries and build peace rather than create conditions which could lead to a military accident. Continue reading

Reid: Respect Indigenous Property Rights

Stikine River: an amazing and sacred river…one of literally dozens of such waterways that run through Tahltan Nation lands… / Source: survivingcanada

Respect Indigenous Property Rights

by Mike Reid
Mises Daily
August 17, 2012

Environmentalists and mining companies are fighting over the fate of the remote Klappan Valley in northern British Columbia. The different sides struggle for government approval of their particular plans, but almost no one fully acknowledges the property rights of the first owners of the valley, the indigenous Tahltan people.

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Comparing Iran with US: No Comment

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Legal Plunder: Organized by law for the profit of those who make law

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“In Frédéric Bastiat’s brilliant The Law, he explains that “when plunder is organized by law for the profit of those who make law,” everyone eventually becomes involved in legislation. And when the masses join in, “they emulate their evil predecessors by participating in this legal plunder.”

“In California, a law that promised to control politicians is now being used to control the public.”

In voting for Prop. 25, the people of California were duped by the mirage of government efficiency. Now they should note what their government has become more efficient at doing. Tax and spend. Rob and squander.” – Mike Reid

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HISTORIC Victory for Civil Rights: U.S. Judge puts a hold on NDAA indefinite military detention

“Those who Sacrifice Liberty for Security deserve Neither.”
Benjamin Franklin

“All of this has gone too far in this country”
Carl Mayer, attorney for The Mayer Law Group

Judge says Americans aren’t part of ‘Homeland Battlefield’

“Sorry, Mr. President. A US Federal judge has clarified a decision made last month with some news sure to upset the Obama administration: the White House cannot use the NDAA to indefinitely detain American citizens.” RTNDAA unconstitutional: Federal judge bans Obama from indefinitely detaining Americans – June 7, 2012

Federal Judge Clarifies:
My Injunction Against NDAA Indefinite Detention Applies To ALL Americans

LaRouchePAC
June 8, 2012

As previously reported, Federal District Judge Katherine Forrest, in Manhattan on May 16, 2012 issued a preliminary injunction in Hedges v. Obama, against Government enforcement of a section of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). That section of the NDAA permits detention of any individuals who are viewed as “supporting” or “associated with” terrorists, for the duration of the present, ongoing military hostilities.

On May 25, the Government filed a motion for reconsideration, i.e., asking the judge to change her decision because of important relevant facts or law she had not considered in her ruling. In the normal course of arguing a motion, the plaintiffs are due to file a response to that motion tomorrow, and the Government gets to reply to the plaintiff’s arguments a week later.

However, the Government’s May 25 brief about their motion stated at the outset, that the Government deems the judge’s preliminary injunction order to apply only to the individual plaintiffs in the case, and not more generally, and that it only enjoined enforcement under one sub-section of the NDAA.

On June 6, Judge Forrest issued a new opinion addressing the Government’s expressed views about the scope of her order. Continue reading

Dr Stallman on CISPA: We must protect ourselves from abusive government power

“Reaction now from Dr Richard Stallman, who’s President of the Free Software Foundation. He’s in Tunis.”  RT

“Soon, Americans may find every private email they write could be opened, copied and inspected by government snoopers. The latest cyber security bill – called CISPA – has passed the House of Representatives, coming a step closer to becoming law.” Dr Richard Stallman

Richard Stallman:
“CISPA nearly abolishes people’s right not to be unreasonably searched

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Liberty Defined: Ron Paul and the Vital importance of Freedom

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“Paul’s defense of liberty and opposition to its contemporary enemies put him at odds with all establishment politicians, both Republican and Democratic.”
David Gordon

“Liberty means to exercise human rights in any manner a person chooses so long as it does not interfere with the exercise of the rights of others. This means, above all else, keeping government out of our lives.”
Ron Paul

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Why the Old Media Ignore Ron Paul

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“articulate truth teller like Congressman Ron Paul absolutely terrifies the media, for Ron Paul threatens to expose them, once and for all, as the frauds and enemies of the free society that they are. That is why it is imperative that the media do everything in its power to ignore and demonize Ron Paul and his millions of freedom-loving supporters.”   
Thomas J. DiLorenzo

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Gary North: Too many Eurozone Summits

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“The New World Order is in big trouble.
The European subdivision is visibly coming apart at the seams.”


“The whole banking structure is at the edge of the abyss.”


“the entire international fractional reserve banking system
is coming apart, and it will take more than press releases to hold it together. Behind the scenes, each government is trying to pass on liability to the other governments.”

Gary North

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