ImageThe 4 year-old ‘Houthi’ revolution in Yemen didn’t get a color name because it wasn’t backed by Western powers. In fact, it’s not called a revolution at all by Western governments or press, it’s called an “insurgency”, just like Iraq. And we all know that those fighting against the US military in Iraq were terrorists, right? Read More →

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Yemen-deadI’ve been wondering; is everyone meant to be impressed by the latest “ISIS” attacks in Yemen where someone detonated 5 bombs inside Mosques packed with innocent men women and children, killing 130? Or what about “ISIS” gunning down 23 tourists in a Tunisian museum? Do the perpetrators of these atrocities think that gunning down defenseless people in order to spread fear of Muslim terrorists makes them special? Because it really doesn’t. It makes them despicable degenerates, the shit on the sole of the shoe of the human race. Read More →

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“What the darkness cannot possess, it seeks to destroy”

Core member of the early US banking elite John D. Rockefeller (accurately) portrayed in an early 20th century cartoon.

You’ve probably read all sorts of theories that seek to explain the causes of the ‘new cold war’ in which we find ourselves. From the embarrassingly simplistic “Putin’s a Hitler” offered by the Western press to the more nuanced idea of an ‘energy war’ between US-Europe-Russia. The truth about why we are where we are right now, as a species, however, is actually fairly simple. But to understand it you’ll have to ditch the idea of a ‘new cold war’ and replace it with ‘the 120-year-old war that never ended’. If you like your history condensed and relevant to what is happening today, then read on.

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Boris Nemtsov entering the US embassy in 2012

Boris Nemtsov was shot in the back as he walked with his Ukrainian “girlfriend” near the Kremlin in Moscow. Nemtsov ran unsuccessfully for office in 1989 before eventually being elected to Russia’s parliament in 1990. As deputy minster for economic reform under Yeltsin, he failed to actually deliver economic reform amid the August 1998 economic crisis and it cost him his job. Read More →

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In late November 2013, the ‘Euromaidan’ in Kiev began as a popular protest against a generalized state of corruption and cronyism in Ukraine. The spark that ostensibly ignited the protests was the inability of then President Yanukovych to sign an EU Association Agreement that would cut Ukraine’s economic and military ties to Russia in favor of a closer relationship with the EU and NATO. Read More →

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ISIS-libyaDays before Isis released its gory video depicting the Christian Egyptians’ beheadings, Libya’s former Prime Minister warned that the group would soon reach the Mediterranean and even Europe if order was not restored in the country.

Ali Zeidan said Libya’s fractured government and easy access to weapons seized during the fall of Colonel Gaddafi made it more susceptible to the activities of jihadists, according to The Times.

“(Isis) are growing. They are everywhere,” he added.

Here’s where the coincidence theorists come in. Read More →

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An interesting story from the Express Tribune with the NY Times from Jan. 28th:

IS operative confesses to getting funds via US

Yousaf al Salafi – allegedly the Pakistan commander of Islamic State (IS) or Daish – has confessed during investigations that he has been receiving funds through the United States.

“The US has been condemning the IS activities but unfortunately has not been able to stop funding of these organisations, which is being routed through the US,” a source said.

The US had to dispel the impression that it is financing the group for its ow

n interests and that is why it launched offensive against the organisation in Iraq but not in Syria,” he added.

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Syi2x7bussbnxfn3sx4ubo who are the people behind the Charlie Hebdo shootings in Paris today?

I’m not sure you can put a moniker on those responsible for these kinds of “spectacular”, gruesome attacks.

Several effects are felt, and several agendas are served, at one and the same time. Read More →

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For those interested in the topic, our interview with Gurdjieff historian William Patrick Patterson is available:

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The Borg collective, with Vladimir Putin exiled to the far left.

Media reports on Saturday claimed that Russian President Putin was planning to spurn the G20 leaders breakfast on Sunday and leave the farcical psychopathic love-in early. Within a few hours however, a Kremlin spokesman denied that Putin had any such plans.
If the idea of an early exit did happen to cross the mind of the Russian president, it would be entirely understandable. From the moment Putin arrived in Australia, most of the G20 leaders have acted like the discourteous, arrogant, obnoxious quislings of empire they are. Read More →
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