Robert Parry, who’s one of the better national security reporters out there, says there are reasons to take the media version of the Malaysia jet shootdown with a grain of salt: So why hasn’t this question of U.S. spy-in-the-sky photos – and what they reveal – been pressed by the major U.S. news media? How […]
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As you may know, Detroit’s unelected city manager is overseeing water turnoffs in the city. Please read the story and familiarize yourself with the tactics and rationale, because you may rest assured it will eventually be used in your state or town. By the way, they used a military acoustic device to disperse this rally. […]
About Executive Order 12333. “The order as used today threatens our democracy,” John Napier Tye wrote in the Washington Post: John Napier Tye is speaking out to warn Americans about illegal spying. The former State Department official, who served in the Obama administration from 2011 to 2014, declared Friday that ongoing NSA surveillance abuses are taking place under the […]
Israeli academic brainstorm over how to solve the Palestinian “problems.” Proposed solutions include the rape of female family members!
Just imagine an American journalist doing this:
It’s our responsibility, as moral human beings, to bear witness to these shameless atrocities. To remember, and to speak out. Here’s Amira Hass writing in Haaretz: I’m fed up with lying to myself – as if I could remotely, by phone, gather the information necessary to report on what the journalists located there are reporting […]
Is that Tariq Abu Khdeir, Tampa teenager beaten by Israeli cops, left Israel without incident on the morning of the 17th. The bad news is, that night, Israeli police then raided his relatives’ house where he was staying and ransacked it. Remember, these are the parents of the Palestinian teenager who was just kidnapped, tortured […]
Just yesterday, I was reading and watching this guy’s heartbreaking coverage of the Israeli missile attack on a Gaza beach that killed four little kids playing soccer, and thought, “Now, there’s a real reporter.” Because I’ve had to cover tragedies, and let me tell you, it’s not easy. Ayman Mohyeldin did a remarkable job under […]
This is a really long interview, but worth it. It’s Cecily McMillan, the Occupy activist who was charged with assault after a cop grabbed her breast, describing the insanity of life inside Rikers prison: It is actually mind-boggling to me how we keep up the facade of prisons. The grand waste of taxpayer money, if […]
It’s interesting to me that the people with the least in-depth knowledge and weakest powers of discernment are always the ones with the most fervent stance. It’s always that way: Seven times in eight years, Israel has assaulted the Gaza Strip. For many in southern Israel, the massive airstrikes shattering the cities of their Palestinian […]