Archive for June, 2013

Low Tech: 3 Ways To Beat The NSA

( Richard Moyer)  In George Orwell’s 1984, the main character, Winston, is being constantly watched by his own government, which goes by the moniker “Big Brother”. In his dingy apartment the “telescreen”, a two-way television that cannot be turned off, simultaneously watches and listens in on everything he does while blaring propaganda into his living room. Winston […]

NSA can obtain 1 billion cell phone calls a day, store them and listen

The NSA has a “brand new” technology that enables one billion cell phone calls a day to be redirected into its data hoards and stored, according to the Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald, who said that a new leak of Snowden’s documents was ‘coming soon.’ Calling it part of a “globalized system […]

Thousands of protesters gather at Istanbul’s Taksim Square

Demonstrators gathered at Taksim Square in protest against the government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on June 13, 2013. Thousands of demonstrators have gathered at Istanbul’s iconic Taksim Square for fresh protest against the government of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The demonstration was held on Saturday despite […]

Secret FBI files reveal Michael Jackson abused 24 kids

Michael Jackson paid $35 million in hush money to at least two dozen young boys he sexually abused over 15 years, it has been alleged. Sunday People has published explosive ‘secret FBI files’ suggesting the King of Pop groomed and molested children from at least 1989, despite his insistence he […]

CIA Director John Brennan: Chief Suspect In Murder Of Captain Philip Marshall?

(Wayne Madsen)  Retired United Airlines Captain Philip Marshall became an irritant to the Central Intelligence Agency and its favorite “kingdom,” the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with his constant unraveling of the Saudi government’s connections to the 9/11 attack and his subsequent promise to expose even more “shocking” information about the 9/11 attack. After a multi-state […]

Vladimir Putin: Monsanto Protection Act = WAR

(Political Blind Spot)  While I was listening to a recent interview with Graham Hancock about his new novel and his TED lecture, the startling claim was made that Russian President Vladimir Putin commented that war might be a necessary result of the Monsanto Protection Act. I was skeptical, but did a little digging around, and it turns out […]

EU demands clarification on US spying, warns of severe impact on relations

The European Parliament has asked for “full clarification” about the latest disclosure that the U.S. has spied on European Union offices both in the U.S. and in Europe, warning EU-U.S. relations would be severely affected. “I am deeply worried and shocked about the allegations of U.S. authorities spying on EU […]

Lest We Forget–Stalin’s Jews

ed note–In light of the all-too-predictable reaction from Jewish circles concerning Putin’s recent statement about the early Bolshevik government in Russia being a mostly-Jewish affair, we reprint here the article written by Israeli writer Seven Plocker entitled ‘Stalin’s Jews’ that appeared on ynet a few years back. continue reading This entry was posted on June […]

Protests turn violent in Egypt, 7 dead and 600 injured

Opponents of President Mohammed Morsi have attempted to storm the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo, the organization’s spokesman has said. Seven people have been killed and over 600 injured on Sunday as millions took to the streets. Violence had been widely anticipated ahead of Sunday’s multi-million-strong countrywide protests […]

‘No foreign policy benefit for Americans’

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