Q: Do dictators have any rights when ‘the international community’ come calling? – By Cochise Johnson 21st Century Wire Feb 26, 2011 Freeman on the land? It’s easy to be critical of people who want to be free and wear their heart on a sleeve of sincerity. The junior psychologist in everyone who comes across [...]
By Andrew MacKillop 21st Century Wire February 26, 2011 – Top and bottom, or truth and beauty quarks interest nuclear physicists, but the mutually assured destruction of both the top and bottom, namely- both the North and South parts of the global economy. It came very close indeed, programmed and running to schedule right until [...]
Richard Eastman | After the ecstasy of revolution, the Bankers quietly begin carving up Egypt and North Africa.
By Andrew McKillop 21st Century Wire February 24, 2011 Today’s surging youth-led revolution in the Arab world has common points with the 1968 student’s revolt that rocked developed countries including the USA, France and several other European countries, with lasting sequels – of student and youth unrest – in Latin America, the then-USSR, Japan, developed [...]
Tony Cartalucci Infowars.com Feb 21, 2011 Shut down the Middle East, you shut down China and Russia, then you rule the world. The current Middle East destabilization is a desperate gambit to eliminate the Near-East buffer, isolate the two rising superpowers, and force them to concede to their place within a unipolar New York-London centric world [...]
Gonzo Town Feb 15, 2011 The American Dream. This year’s Oscar winner for best short film?
Alliance of Youth Movements: Color Revolution 2.0 .‘Google’s revolution factory’ .Tony CartalucciLand Destroyer Feb 12, 2011 In 2008, the Alliance of Youth Movements held its inaugural summit in New York City. Attending this summit was a combination of State Department staff, Council on Foreign Relations members, former National Security staff, Department of Homeland Security advisers, [...]
The Runnymede Institute Feb 8, 2011 Victors write the history of the human experience. We normally tend to speak in terms that give conflict a special place in our psyche and expect there will always be a loser to pity or despise. It’s believed this is a natural condition, part of the brain’s basic software [...]
By Patrick Henningsen 21st Century Wire Feb 3, 2011 In the latest cycle of news coverage out of Egypt, CNN’s award-winning TV personality Anderson Cooper, along with his CNN crew, claim to have been attacked by a violent mob of pro-Mubarak supporters in Cairo today. Far from constituting any real drama, his report does offer viewers an [...]