Interventionism

Confirmed US Meddling in Thailand’s Upcoming Elections

Source: New Eastern Outlook February 21, 2018 Joseph Thomas As the United States intensifies its accusations against Russia for alleged interference in the 2016 US Presidential Elections, the United States itself is found engaged in confirmed political interference worldwide. This includes in Southeast Asia where Washington is attempting to rush …

Collectivism

Globalism, Socialism, Technocracy: three names for the same thing

Source: No More Fake News February 15, 2018 Jon Rappaport Every “universal” solution for humankind presupposes a gigantic flaw in the way things are. That flaw must be corrected. It must be corrected from above, by a better system, which locks the door against an escape back into the old …

Corruption

Why Trust in Government is at All Time Lows, and Why That’s a Good Thing

Source: The Daily Bell February 6, 2018 By The Daily Bell Staff Do you have confidence in the government? Concerned about public confidence in the agency, the FBI didn’t want the FISA memo released. They didn’t want people to know their investigations are politically motivated. Now it’s come out that …

Fraud

Trump’s New Fridge Will Cost Taxpayers Enough to Feed Every Homeless Person in DC for a YEAR

The new refrigerator on Air Force One is going to cost taxpayers a whopping $24,000,000.00 which is enough to feed every homeless person in D.C. for over a year. Source: The Free Thought Project January 27, 2018 By Matt Agorist Washington, DC — When Donald Trump was seeking the office …

Abuse of Power

While FBI Investigation Distracts, Bundy Ranch Case Quietly Dismissed

Source: The Daily Bell January 24, 2018 By The Daily Bell Staff The FBI Trump investigation is perfect fodder for the mainstream media. It fits the right versus left paradigm like a glove. It gives each side everything they desire. An enemy to hate. Someone to blame. And a good …

Government

How To Capture a Wild Pig: The Allure of Free Stuff and New Tech

Source: The Daily Bell January 17, 2018 By Joe Jarvis The tale of how to catch a wild pig deserves more detail. A smart farmer knew that if he went out with his dogs and nets and cattle prods to capture wild pigs that the pigs would run amok. It …

Kakistocracy

Silence Is Betrayal: Get Up, Stand Up, Speak Up for Your Rights

Source: The Rutherford Institute January 16, 2018 by John W. Whitehead “We have been silent witnesses of evil deeds: we have been drenched by many storms; we have learned the arts of equivocation and pretense; experience has made us suspicious of others and kept us from being truthful and open; …

Foreign Policy

The Whole World Is Sick and Tired of US Foreign Policy

Source: ANTIMEDIA January 16, 2018 by Darius Shahtahmasebi According to four-star General Wesley Clark, in a 1991 meeting with Paul Wolfowitz, then-under-secretary of defense for policy at the Department of Defense, Wolfowitz seemed a little dismayed because he believed the U.S. should have gotten rid of Saddam Hussein in Operation …

Technocracy

China is Proving a Complete Technocracy is not a Fictional Conspiracy Theory

Image credit: Consumer Voice, CDN Wallpapers, JDR Source: The Mind Unleashed Markab Algedi Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be an activist, or even just a person who speaks out against injustice on social media in China? You might end up stripped of your ability to do every …

Abuse of Power

Exposed: Corrupt Bureau of Land Management Tried to Railroad Cliven Bundy

Source: The Daily Bell January 3, 2018 By The Daily Bell Staff The third trial of Cliven Bundy has ended in a mistrial. The prosecution failed to turn over documents that would have helped the defense. Two earlier trials ended in hung juries. On January 8th, a judge will decide if …