The following is a sample from an forthcoming book by Andrew Gavin Marshall on 'Global Government', Global Research Publishers, Montreal. For more by this author on the issue of the economic crisis and global governance, see the recently-released book by Global Research "The… Continue
Added by Marklar on October 28, 2010 at 10:14am —
It may be of interest for you or your readers that we (alternative media people ) witnessing today what might be called the flashpoint of social transformation of the early Third Millenium A.D. happening in Germany.
There are peaceful demonstrations for months now in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, of tens of… Continue
Added by Marklar on October 28, 2010 at 9:56am —
Professional chemical engineer Mark Basile discusses his analysis of WTC dust. Independently verifying previous findings he found evidence of nanothermite, a military grade explosive many scientists, physicists and engineers now believe may have been used to bring down the WTC 1, 2 and… Continue
Forget the corporate media dust-up over a Rand Paul supporter attacking a MoveOn.org activist. That incident pales in comparison to a story about the brother of Paul’s opponent in the race for Kentucky’s Senate seat, Jack Conway.
Remember the four cops shot at a coffee shop? Here it is. The proposed change in the law after an incident that could have been prevented under current laws. It passed legislation and now set for 'voters' to make their decision.
Another very controversial article by Gordon Duff follows that has much information to consider regarding the powerful deception by US-coalition and Israeli intelligence partners. The comments at the Veterans Today web site seem over-focused on blaming just Israel and Jews for most everything. There is so little introspection about the role of the US shadow government players that helped set the agenda of major holocausts, manipulating to set up Israel with nuclear weapons, and the role of… Continue
First a given: there can be no resistance unless there is something to resist against. There can be no anti-occupation resistance if there is no occupation, and there can be no resistance against oppression if there is no oppression. It is a simple logic that eludes many people. That it… Continue
Added by Marklar on October 25, 2010 at 6:21pm —
Josh Mayeux, network defender, works at the Air Force Space Command Network Operations & Security Center at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado July 20, 2010.
A privacy watchdog has uncovered a government memo that encourages federal agents to befriend people on a variety of social networks, to take advantage of their readiness to share -- and to spy on them. In response to a Freedom of Information request, the government released a… Continue
Thank you for your show I have become an avid listener and loyal fan. I am a Port Security Officer at a restricted access port facility that is regulated by the TSA and Coast Guard and have been there for several years.
Almost two years ago we came under the TSA's Transportation Workers Identification Credential (TWIC) system. Under this system all employees and visitors that require regular unescorted access to the… Continue
Added by Swtnlovabl on October 25, 2010 at 12:43pm —
October 21, 2010 "Information Clearing House" -- SAN FRANCISCO--What would happen to you if you got caught forging a mortgage application? You'd go to jail. And rightly so.
In one case in Florida, an employee of GMAC Mortgage admitted under oath that he personally forged 10,000 foreclosure affidavits. This low-level schlub is the tip of the tip of a massive iceberg,… Continue
The Prague Orloj astronomical clock was constructed in 1410. It features animated statues, a calendar and a zodiacal ring with moving Sun and Moon.
A famous legend about the clock concerns master clockmaker Hanus himself. It is said that the Old Town Councilors had his eyes burnt out with a hot poker, so that he would not be able to build another such instrument elsewhere, which could overshadow the beauty and the fame of the Prague Clock. Master Hanus then allegedly asked his… Continue
Henry, who lives in a simple yet handsome shack, resides a short distance away from me. If I paddle over the Fairhaven Bay and walk through the woods, I can always find him by his "small lake", as he likes to call it. Henry is a gentle lover of nature, a historian, a philosophical man, a school teacher, Harvard graduate, author, poet; The king of all his castles.
My grandfather's father introduced him to Henry and his books when he was… Continue