Strategic Culture by FEDERICO PIERACCINI Understanding the objectives and logic that accompany the expansion of nations or empires is always of paramount importance in helping one draw lessons for the future In this series of four articles I intend to lay a very detailed but easily understandable foundation for describing the mechanisms that drive… Read More Geopolitics, Globalization and World Order
The New American by Alex Newman Under the leadership of various Communist Chinese agents within the United Nations, the UN’s Internet Governance Forum (IGF) met in Mexico last week and concluded with calls for greater international controls and more “global governance” of the World Wide Web. Another key item on the agenda was exploiting… Read More UN Internet Summit Run by Beijing Pushes “Global Governance”
Washington’s Blog By John Whitehead “Jesus is too much for us. The church’s later treatment of the gospels is one long effort to rescue Jesus from ‘extremism.’”—author Gary Wills, What Jesus Meant Jesus was good. He was caring. He had powerful, profound things to say—things that would change how we view people, alter government… Read More The Radical Jesus: How Would the Baby in a Manger Fare in the American Police State?
Activist Post by Jon Rappoport Drugs to transform individuals…and even, by implication, society. Drug research going far beyond the usual brief descriptions of MKULTRA. The intention is there, in the record: A CIA document was included in the transcript of the 1977 US Senate Hearings on MKULTRA, the CIA’s mind-control program. The document is… Read More CIA MK-ULTRA: Drugs To Ruin The Nation
SHTFplan by Mac Slavo It seems that the U.S. military is geared up for a permanent cyber war with the people and various governments of this globe. Though tensions with Russia may have been temporarily alleviated with the election of Donald Trump – who has signaled for peace with Putin – the long game… Read More Why Was A Mysterious Navy Plane Conducting “Secret Electronic Command/Control Drill” Over Denver?
Activist Post By Chris “Kikila” Perrin Police surveillance is, one might argue, necessary. In an effort to detect and arrest criminals, the police require a certain array of tactics that can help them gather evidence that leads to prosecution of guilty parties. Problems arise, however, when that surveillance and investigation transcend the direct, the… Read More Surveillance State Continues Growing Out Of Control Thanks To Stingray
The New York Times By PETER BAKER Donald J. Trump in Scranton, Pa., this week. His win foreshadowed an America more focused on its own affairs while leaving the world to take care of itself. Credit: Damon Winter/The New York Times Donald J. Trump’s stunning election victory on Tuesday night rippled way beyond the… Read More Donald Trump’s Victory Promises to Upend the International Order