Patrick Henningsen | David Cameron running around Manhattan trying to promote this template for a criminal enterprise.
Archives for September 2011
Patrick Henningsen | The key word here is “destabilization”.
Patrick Henningsen | Gore and the climate change movement are having their own ‘Berlin Bunker’ moment.
Patrick Henningsen 21st Century Wire September 16, 2011 In the first year of his presidency, George W. Bush was under siege. At that time, he had appeared to win his war in Afghanistan, only to find himself tangled in another story, a tale of corporate greed and political corruption made by the hands of a […]
Patrick Henningsen | Climate jihadists believe that quacky, geoengineering can somehow “save the planet”.
Andrew McKillop | Never mind the blowback of pure hatred against the west that the 9/11 farce generates right across the Muslim world and south Asia. What counts is the official, reassuring and idiot-friendly version of “what really happened” in New York and Washington in Sept 2001.
Zero Hedge September 11, 2011 No doubt September 11, 2001 changed everything. But the business of actually measuring those changes has been as overlooked by most as the nationalities of the hijackers. The following is presented in the interest of truth, justice and the American way. Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase […]
By Andrew Kreig OpEd News September 8, 2011 President-Elect Obama’s advisers feared in 2008 that authorities would oust him in a coup and that Republicans would block his policy agenda if he prosecuted Bush-era war crimes, according to a law school dean who served as one of Obama’s top transition advisers. University of California at […]
Patrick Henningsen | Gore and Perry – what a combination…
By Eric Pfanner NYT Sept 6, 2011 PARIS — Three years ago, after the suicide of a popular actress who had been bullied via the Internet, South Korea introduced a radical policy aimed at stamping out online hate. It required contributors to Web portals and other popular sites to use their real names, rather than […]