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A Government of Morons   Paul Craig Roberts Apr. 15, 2017 It has become embarrassing to be an American. Our country has had four war criminal presidents in succession. Clinton twice launched military attacks on Serbia, ordering NATO to bomb the former Yugoslavia twice, both in 1995 and in 1999, so that gives Bill two war crimes. George W. Bush invaded Afghanistan and Iraq and attacked provinces of Pakistan and Yemen from the air. That comes to four war crimes for Bush. Obama used NATO to destroy Libya and sent mercenaries to destroy Syria, thereby commiting two war crimes. Trump attacked Syria with US forces, thereby becoming a war criminal early in his regime. To the extent that the UN participated in these war crimes along with Washington’s European, Canadian and Australian vassals, all are guilty of war crimes. Perhaps the UN itself should be arraigned before the War Crimes Tribunal along with the EU, US, Australia and Canada. Quite a record. Western Civilization, if civilization it is, is the greatest committer of war crimes in human history. And there are other crimes—Somalia, and Obama’s coups against Honduras and Ukraine and Washington’s ongoing attempts to overthrow the governments of Venezuela, Ecuador, and Bolivia. Washington wants to overthrow Ecuador in order to grab and torture Julian Assange, the world’s leading democrat. These war crimes committed by four US presidents caused...

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Civilization

A Stick in the Mud (Apropos of North Korea, Syria, Ukraine and Donald Trump)   Kenneth Clark Uploaded Oct. 22, 2007 Lord Clark comes clean about his “biases” and beliefs, in this unedited clip taken from the end of “Heroic Materialism”, the final episode of the superb 1969 BBC2 documentary, “Civilisation”   At this point I reveal myself in my true colours, as a stick-in-the-mud. I hold a number of beliefs that have been repudiated by the liveliest intellects of our time. I believe that order is better than chaos, creation better than destruction. I prefer gentleness to violence, forgiveness to vendetta. On the whole I think that knowledge is preferable to ignorance, and I am sure that human sympathy is more valuable than ideology. I believe that in spite of the recent triumphs of science, men haven’t changed much in the last two thousand years; and in consequence we must still try to learn from history. History is ourselves. I also hold one or two beliefs that are more difficult to put shortly. For example, I believe in courtesy, the ritual by which we avoid hurting other people’s feelings by satisfying our own egos. And I think we should remember that we are part of a great whole. Which, for convenience, we call nature.  All living things are our brothers and sisters. Above all, I believe in the...

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Donald Trump

Trump Takes the Cake: That Awful Moment When it Really Hits You That the World’s Most Powerful Country is run by the World’s Stupidest Man   Rob Slane April 13, 2017 I am rarely lost for words. I am close to it now. If you haven’t already seen the exchange between the man posing as a President, and a woman posing as a journalist asking “tough questions” over his Syrian bombing adventure, you need to see it. It is beyond parody. It is beyond jaw-dropping. It is beyond embarrassing. You need to see it to know the calibre of the man who is now sending an armada to the Korean peninsula, who bombed Syria before any facts had been established, and who is now the prisoner of the Deep State that he promised to stand up to. I have posted the video at the bottom, but here is a transcript of the exchange that took place after the woman posing as a journalist asked the man posing as a President what happened in the run up to his Tomahawk tantrum: “I was sitting at the table. We had finished dinner. We’re now having dessert. And we had the most beautiful piece of chocolate cake that you’ve ever seen, and President Xi was enjoying it. And I was given the message from the generals that the ships are locked and...

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David Rockefeller

Are Globalists Losing Ground?   Gilbert Mercier Mar. 30, 2017 Death might be the ultimate equalizer, but in the case of David Rockefeller, considerable wealth brought unacceptable privilege and made survival to illness obscene by any moral or even medical ethics standards. On August 24, 2016, David Rockefeller received his 7th heart transplant which made him, besides being the grandson of the United States’ richest man and first billionaire, the worldwide record holder for number of heart transplants. Coincidentally, musician Chuck Berry passed away a couple of days before David Rockefeller. While Chuck Berry’s lust for life will be a legacy of pure joy for generations to come, not only on earth but even far in the cosmos, David Rockefeller’s refusal to let life take its natural course came from greed and a lust for power. Rockefeller was the ultimate symptom of the sickness of our world, where quantity matters, and quality does not. Even though Rockefeller was a key figure and, in many regards, one of the founding fathers of the globalist world order project, the speculations that his death is a major blow to the financial elite is a pie in the sky. The self-proclaimed Masters of the Universe of Wall Street are as arrogant as ever, all of them young crocodiles ready to feast on the carcasses of the old ones. Despite Rockefeller’s passing, the giant Hydra of...

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Russia and USA

Russia Has Its Own Destiny… The U.S.’s demonizing of Moscow will not stop Russia from seeking a multipolar world order based on respect for national sovereignty. Washington must come to terms with this — or get out of the way   Valeria Z. Nollan Sat., Apr. 01, 2017 Wildfires of Russophobia have been raging in the West since the failure of the U.S./EU’s regime-change activities in Ukraine that peaked on February 18, 2014.  The events leading up to this coup are among the best-documented in regime-change history. (1) The intercepted phone call between then Assistant Secretary for European Affairs Victoria Nuland and then U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt is well known, in which they discussed which persons to put “in play” and how “to glue this thing.” (2)  Pres. Obama admitted in a CNN interview that the U.S. had “brokered a deal to transition power in Ukraine.” (3) Events went awry, because the Ukrainian coup government included strong fascist elements that carried out systematic violence against the Russian-speaking populations of the Donbas territory and Crimea.  Crimea, through a legitimate referendum, reunified with Russia. The rest, as the saying goes, is history. The West has chosen not to admit its appalling transgressions against Ukraine, finding it more convenient to blame Russia and hide behind spurious accusations only the ill-informed would believe.  The various waves of U.S. / EU sanctions...

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