Militarization

Our World Needs More Hedy Epstein's

The article below highlights Hedy Epstein's most recent stand for Justice. Hedy, who recently celebrated her 90th birthday stated, “I’ve been doing this since I was a teenager. I didn’t think I would have to do it when I was 90. We need to stand up today so that people won’t have to do this … Continue reading Our World Needs More Hedy Epstein's

As The Colonial State Of Israel Bombarded The...

As the colonial state of Israel bombarded the occupied people of Gaza over the last month, the racist police forces in the United States murdered four black men, all unarmed. On July 17th, Eric Garner was attacked and choked to death by NYPD officers for doing nothing more than simply standing on a sidewalk. John … Continue reading As The Colonial State Of Israel Bombarded The...

Lockheed-Martin Opens In Israel’s Tech City

Introduction by Cognitive Liberty Introduction The U.S. President pleads for restraint and peace in the Holy Land while: U.S. weapons manufacture, Lockheed-Martin, sets up shop in Southern Israel. This same U.S. President places an op-ed in Israel's oldest news paper stating the U.S. is Israel's "greatest friend." No mention is made of any form of … Continue reading Lockheed-Martin Opens In Israel’s Tech City

Iraqis Are Not ‘Abstractions’

Exclusive: U.S. policymakers have long behaved like spoiled, destructive children treating Iraq as if it were some meaningless plaything. The game has been about who “wins” or “loses” in Washington, not who lives or dies in Iraq, a moral failure that ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern addresses. When I saw the Washington Post’s banner headline, “U.S. … Continue reading Iraqis Are Not ‘Abstractions’

Unthinkable Thoughts In The Debate About ISIS In Iraq

Iraq Public Health Crisis Speaking Tour Thank you! We have successfully funded this project! Please help us spread the word about this important speaking tour to raise awareness in the U.S. scientific community about the alarming rise in rates of congenital birth defects and cancers in Iraq. Dr. Muhsin Al-Sabbak, a gynecologist at Basra Maternity … Continue reading Unthinkable Thoughts In The Debate About ISIS In Iraq

An Uprising By Millions Or An Attack By A Terrorist Group?

"The popular uprising in Iraq and the liberation of its cities one after the other, together with the collapse of Maliki’s forces and their mass desertion and retreat in face of the tribes, is continuing on a rapid basis. A number of facts on this development..." Uprising or Terrorists? Removal of Maliki from office, ending … Continue reading An Uprising By Millions Or An Attack By A Terrorist Group?

Aerospace Worker: "I Installed Chemtrail Devices"

Aeropsace Worker Jens Gives Us A Wake Up Call At the Monday Demonstration in Dresden on May 12, 2014, a guy came forward during the open mike session and told the audience he participated in installing chemtrails devices on airplanes. Guess what happened when he went to the local representatives with proof in hand. The … Continue reading Aerospace Worker: "I Installed Chemtrail Devices"

Federal ‘Biosurveillance’ Plan Seeking Direct Access to Americans’ Private Medical Records

(CNSNews.com) – The federal government is piecing together a sweeping national “biosurveillance” system that will give bureaucrats near real-time access to Americans’ private medical information in the name of national security, according to Twila Brase, a public health nurse and co-founder of the Citizens Council for Health Freedom. The Department of Health and Human Services’ … Continue reading Federal ‘Biosurveillance’ Plan Seeking Direct Access to Americans’ Private Medical Records

Agent Orange's Long Legacy, For Vietnam And Veterans

The video by Retro Report tells a story of Congressional, Government, and Chemical Company deception. This dark U.S. history sheds light on recent history in Fallujah, Iraq and real time International Weather Modification Programs. Britain was the first to use defoliants as a war tactic in Southeast Asia. That was in the early 1950s in … Continue reading Agent Orange's Long Legacy, For Vietnam And Veterans