Amaryllis Fox spoke for the first time publicly about terrorism, misguided narratives on why it happens, and the underlying motivators driving it — ultimately urging Americans and those in power to adopt a different approach in combating the ongoing violence.
While the Orlando massacre is already being used for political positioning, based on which side of the gun violence / “immigrants are dangerous” debate the demagogues choose, the question remains why the Wounded Knee Massacre has been ignored by the media.
The so called “Bilderberg Group” consists of a self-appointed elite who believe that they have a “natural right” to dominate the world and to exploit it and humanity for their personal gain. The members are the owners of the cartels, the warmongers, large-scale exploiters of every type and the editors in chief and politicians whom they have purchased. This weekend, the 9th to 12th June, they have reserved the old palace in Dresden City Centre for their 2016 meeting.
As power began to shift from absolute monarchs towards aristocratic families, e.g. Magna Carta, it became necessary to persuade these families that a war would serve their interests. The interests of the common people, those who were destined to do the killing and dying, were never even considered. It was also at this time that the bankers began to play a growing role in decisions about such matters. Although much emphasis has been laid upon “honour” and “pride”, national and racial “superiority” “obligation” to one’s country/religion and the like, these are merely superficial flim-flam to distract and confuse, i.e., they have nothing to do with reality.
What is worse, the invasion focused on “regime change,” but lacked planning, leading to grave consequences that put the “entire country in chaos” and allowed groups such as Islamic State (IS, ISIS/ISIL) to take over parts of Iraq.
Conveniently omitted from the corporate/state-run media organizations is the fact that some 53 percent of your tax dollars are spent on the military. That’s right, more than half of the money you give to Uncle Sam for the privilege of being American income is spent directly on military.
In a letter to President Obama, Captain Christopher John Antal stated he can no longer serve as a chaplain for an “empire.”
A tip from a CIA spy to authorities in apartheid-era South Africa led to Nelson Mandela’s arrest, beginning the leader’s 27 years behind bars, a report said on Sunday.
Donald Rickard, a former US vice-consul in Durban and CIA operative, told British film director John Irvin that he had been involved in Mandela’s arrest in 1962, which was seen as necessary because the Americans believed he was “completely under the control of the Soviet Union”, according to a report in the Sunday Times newspaper. “He could have incited a war in South Africa, the United States would have to get involved, grudgingly, and things could have gone to hell,” Rickard said. “We were teetering on the brink here and it had to be stopped, which meant Mandela had to be stopped. And I put a stop to it.”
…Sanders himself has called out mainstream corporate media for its bias, and many award-winning journalists have done the same, illustrating how mainstream media is plagued by corporate, intelligence, political, and financial interests. Some of these interests are furthered through pushing the idea that the world faces a great threat, that we are in danger, and must accordingly give more money to the department of defence and more of our personal freedoms to the government; national security must be heightened in order to combat ‘terrorism.’ We have been seeing this with ISIS a lot lately, and with terrorism in general. Mainstream media ties terrorism to the Muslim faith when they have nothing to do with one another, and unfortunately, this propaganda campaign has been successful in its efforts, brainwashing many people, especially in the United States, into fearing Muslims.
The foreign interactions between the USA (under the Obama administration) and the Saudis has resulted in the creation of Isis, the maltreatment of Iran, the war in Syria, and of course 9-11. Read the total entanglement of the United States in creating the problems in the middle East and the endless wars.
By Michaela Whitton | Activist Post A tribal elder from Pakistan is in the U.K. this week in an attempt to get Britain to persuade the United States to stop trying to kill him. Malik Jalil, from the village of Waziristan on Pakistan’s border with Afghanistan, has a role as an intermediary in settling disputes. […]
Malik Jalil has a role as an intermediary in settling disputes. He is a member of a community devoted to trying to keep the peace in the region, and he is sanctioned by the Pakistani government. Malik claims he is on a ‘kill list’ and has been targeted at least four times by U.S. drone strikes for his role in attempting to prevent violence between the local Taliban and the authorities.
A handful of these guys approaching is likely enough to disconcert even the most hardened cartel enforcer, but an entire platoon marching in lockstep is so terrifying we assume the weapons they’re carrying are just for show.
Wilkerson: “Is there a penchant on behalf of the Congress to bless the use of force more often than not because of the constituencies they have and the money they get from the defense contractors? You bet.”
As far as the Brussels attacks are concerned, if we assume that ISIS was responsible, the whole scenario is turned upside down after analyzing the basis of ISIS.