The “public relations” accompanying wars has become wearily predictable. Whenever one of its governments or allies conducts a military action, there is a near certainty that the European Union will host or participate in a “donors’ conference”.
The power of concentrated wealth and monopolistic corporate interests has created a crony capitalist economy that uses government to further enrich the wealthy at the expense of the people, often threatening our basic necessities for life. A clear example : The chemical and seed corporation, Monsanto.
At a time when the US and Gulf proxies are losing ground to the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) nationwide, this pundit ranges in on the likely motive for Israel’s recent air raids against Syria, carried out with Washington’s approbation.
Random pictures and drawings weekly selected by various authors of the Blog.
U.S. authorities continue to release piecemeal the clues they claim to have found. Everything revolves around the Chechen origin of the “guilty” parties and the conclusions to be drawn. Meanwhile, Internet users and the Russian press are depicting a different story, one in which the main “culprit” is a CIA agent.
An FBI report shows that only a small percentage of terrorist attacks carried out on U.S. soil between 1980 and 2005 were perpetrated by Muslims.
At least 100 detainees being held at the Guantanamo prison camp remained on hunger strike Wednesday, a day after President Barack Obama told a White House press briefing that he would “re-engage Congress” on closing the facility.
Alarm rather than genuine scientific curiosity, it appears, is essential to maintaining funding. And only the most senior scientists today can stand up against this alarmist gale, and defy the iron triangle of climate scientists, advocates and policymakers.
This post does not discuss Boston, 9/11 or Oklahoma City. It simply looks at whether there is any real historical concept regarding false flags. Forget Boston, 9/11 and Oklahoma City … Is False Flag Terrorism Even a REAL Concept?
Traditionally pharmaceutical companies have directed most of their promotional efforts at health professionals. But in recent years they are also using more and more direct-to-consumer (DTC) advertising to target patients directly.