Thursday, June 20, 2013

Journalist, critical of military industrial complex and surveillance state, dead at 33.

From The New York Daily News

And now, less than a day after the BuzzFeed and Rolling Stone reporter was killed in a fiery car crash, conspiracy theorists are speculating that there is more than meets the eye over Hasting's demise.
Twitter, Facebook, and sharing site Reddit were abuzz Wednesday, with some users commenting that it was suspicious that Hastings, who famously brought down U.S. Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal in a Rolling Stone cover story, died while in the middle of covering several hot-button topics like monitoring by the National Security Agency and the CIA.

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Putin: "One should hardly back those who kill their enemies and eat their organs"

It's a sad state of affairs in the West indeed when it must be lectured on simple morality by Putin.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Germans accuse U.S. of Stasi tactics before Obama visit

From Reuters.

In a guest editorial for Spiegel Online on Tuesday, Justice Minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger said reports that the United States could access and track virtually all forms of Internet communication were "deeply disconcerting" and potentially dangerous.
"The more a society monitors, controls and observes its citizens, the less free it is," she said.
"The suspicion of excessive surveillance of communication is so alarming that it cannot be ignored. For that reason, openness and clarification by the U.S. administration itself is paramount at this point. All facts must be put on the table."
Markus Ferber, a member of Merkel's Bavarian sister party who sits in the European Parliament, went further, accusing Washington of using "American-style Stasi methods".
"I thought this era had ended when the DDR fell," he said, using the German initials for the failed German Democratic Republic.

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Bilderberg 2013: The Protests Begin (Videos)

 The Bilderberg meeting is officially underway today, many protesters have arrived, as have reporters from the London Times, the BBC, and even members of the European Parliament.
Many of them are massing around Alex in the protest area, asking him questions. Alex is on fire, with direct, informatiove, focused and eloquent answers. Watch some of the videos below and check the UStream for more live footage from the Infowars crew at The Grove in Watford.

Go to this link on Infowars.

Sunday, June 2, 2013

What is Happenning in Istanbul?

 From defnesumanblogs

They gathered and marched. Police chased them with pepper spray and tear gas and drove their tanks over people who offered the police food in return. Two young people were run over by the tanks and were killed. Another young woman, a friend of mine, was hit in the head by one of the incoming tear gas canisters. The police were shooting them straight into the crowd.  After a three hour operation she is still in Intensive Care Unit and in  very critical condition. As I write this we don’t know if she is going to make it. This blog is dedicated to her.
These people are my friends. They are my students, my relatives. They have no «hidden agenda» as the state likes to say. Their agenda is out there. It is very clear. The whole country is being sold to corporations by the government, for the construction of malls, luxury condominiums, freeways, dams and nuclear plants. The government is looking for (and creating when necessary) any excuse to attack Syria against its people’s will.
On top of all that, the government control over its people’s personal lives has become unbearable as of late. The state, under its conservative agenda passed many laws and regulations concerning abortion, cesarean birth, sale and use of alcohol and even the color of lipstick worn by the airline stewardesses.
People who are marching to the center of Istanbul are demanding their right to live freely and receive justice, protection and respect from the State. They demand to be involved in the decision-making processes about the city they live in.