Resistance To Vaccine Passports Shows The Elites Haven't Snuffed Out Our Desire For Freedom - Spencer Fernando. While many people have chosen to acquiesce to escalating restrictions on freedom, more and more people in the Western world are pushing back.
Throughout the past year and a half, it’s been easy to become demoralized by how so many people seemingly gave in to the assault on our rights and freedoms by governments. As we’ve noticed, those ‘rights and freedoms’ have instead turned out to be ‘privileges,’ since they have been regularly revoked and then selectively ‘allowed’ based on the whims of politicians. The Prevalence of Evil. A military coup in the US is unthinkable right? It's not.
A coup d’etat is not something extraordinary, which happens once in a century in the most disturbed parts of the world.
Coups happen all the time and in different ways, not all violent and not all unpopular. Nevertheless, a coup d’etat is unthinkable for the United States. Americans are quite confident that their country will never have to go through such a phase, where the civilian leadership is challenged, and deposed by the military establishment. Coups are generally seen as violent, destructive, haunting and gory. Biden finally admits that he has some invisible masters and he's a just a puppet - TFIGlobal. On Thursday, as President Joe Biden addressed the nation following the gruesome killing of 13 U.S. military servicemen in attacks on Kabul for which the Islamic State has claimed responsibility, the office of the President was degraded beyond repair.
It is a fact that Joe Biden is unfit for office, and owing to his progressed years, he should retire from politics. However, the man is adamant about serving as the President, and, running for the White House for a second term in 2024. It is solely the ineptitude of Joe that has cost 13 brave and young American soldiers their lives in Afghanistan, even while Democrats want you to believe that the ‘forever war’ is finally over.
Joe Biden is given prepared speeches, much like every other President. China could invade Taiwan in next six years, top US admiral warns. China could invade Taiwan within the next six years as Beijing accelerates its moves to supplant American military power in Asia, a top US commander has warned.
Democratic and self-ruled Taiwan lives under constant threat of invasion by China, whose leaders view the island as part of their territory and which they have vowed to one day take back. “I worry that they’re [China] accelerating their ambitions to supplant the United States and our leadership role in the rules-based international order... by 2050,” said Washington’s top military officer in Asia-Pacific, Admiral Philip Davidson, on Tuesday.
Rothschild's Water Wars, Vaccinations & Future Cities. Moyers & Company. Costs of War: 225,000 Lives and up to US$4 Trillion. Costs of War. Nuclear Explosions in WTC. Law/legal. Independent news. Government. Judge: “NSA exceeded the scope of authorized acquisition continuously” Yet another Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) judge has blasted United States intelligence officials for disregarding the court’s guidelines for domestic surveillance of American e-mail metadata traffic, a program that ran for around a decade before ending in 2011.
“[National Security Agency’s] record of compliance with these rules has been poor,” wrote Judge John D. Fighting Facebook, a Campaign for a People’s Terms of Service. Reuters Facebook is on the defensive again.
Members of the social networking site sued the company for co-opting their identities in online ads, and Facebook agreed to revise its “Statement of Rights and Responsibilities” and offer a $20 million settlement. The case has drawn less attention than the dorm disputes portrayed in The Social Network, but the impact is far wider. An underpublicized aspect of the dispute concerns the power of online contracts, and ultimately, whether users or corporations have more control over life online. Similar class action suits have been leveled against the popular photo-sharing application Instagram, and the mother of all platforms, Google. Individual Liberty, Free Markets, and Peace. USA, and Its History. Justice Department wants to control iTunes store.
Everything You Wanted to Know About the DoJ/AP Controversy. Since news that the Justice Department had secretly obtained journalists’ phone records broke, the story has been developing quickly.
Here is a quick overview of the issues. Check back for updates. What Happened? Declassified CIA Docs: Cheney is a Flagrant Liar. The National Security Archive has obtained through a FOIA request newly released CIA documents pertaining to 9/11 .
There do not appear to be any great revelations in the release, although one of them further illustrates what a liar former Vice President Dick Cheney is. The fact that the Bush administration, and Dick Cheney in particular, actively promoted the falsehood that Saddam Hussein was somehow tied to al-Qaeda and the attacks of September 11th is at this point uncontroversial. It was a deliberate propaganda campaign to help rally Americans to support a war on Iraq that had already been decided upon. Top Secret America. Why we spy: The war on terror is Obama's Vietnam.
Kafka’s America – In a bizarre and ludicrous attempt at “transparency,” the Obama administration has announced that it asked a secret court to approve a secret order to allow the government to keep spying on millions of Americans, and the secret court has granted its request.
Late on Friday, July 19, 2013, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC)—a secret court which operates out of an undisclosed federal building in Washington, DC—quietly renewed an order from the National Security Agency to have Verizon Communications hand over hundreds of millions of Americans’ telephone records to government officials. In so doing, the government has doubled down on the numerous spying programs currently aimed at the American people, some of which were exposed by whistleblower Edward Snowden, who temporarily pulled back the veil on the government’s gigantic spying apparatus.
Deference to government requests for surveillance has only been exacerbated since 9/11. Gulf Oil Spill. What Was That All About? by Justin Raimondo. A recent poll showed most Americans didn’t know enough about Chuck Hagel to have an opinion on his confirmation as Secretary of Defense.
You’d never know that, however, with all the drama emanating from Washington on the subject. So did all that sound and fury signify nothing? What seems like an inside-baseball brouhaha actually maps a seismic shift in the way Americans think about war, American foreign policy, and the peculiarities of our "special relationship" with Israel. War – Here was a contest in which the contrast between the combatants could not have been starker. On one side: Hagel – who volunteered to be sent to Vietnam, was awarded two Purple Hearts, and spent a good part of his public service career fighting for veterans of that criminal war. Hot Policy Wonks For The Democrats: The New Realists. Michèle Flournoy hardly seems like a renegade.
As president of the Center for a New American Security, she and her colleagues have assigned themselves the modest-sounding mission of coming up with a pragmatic foreign policy platform for the next president. But within the progressive foreign policy establishment, this makes them revolutionaries. “Part of what we’re saying is, let’s have some clear-eyed analysis based on the facts,” said Ms.
Flournoy in an interview in her Washington office a few blocks from the White House. “Let’s focus on what works for a while.” Ms. Syria Dossier: Another Failed Argument by Virginia Tilley. The U.S. Government has released an "Assessment of the Syrian Government’s Use of Chemical Weapons," which argues that the Syrian regime was responsible for a devastating chemical weapons attack on civilians.
The statement is presented as justification for U.S. military intervention in Syria, as punishment or deterrent against Syria for violating the international norm prohibiting use of chemical weapons. This document requires our closest attention. Analysis, by this writer and others, of the famous speech by Colin Powell to the United Nations Security Council on 5 February 2003 justifying the invasion of Iraq identified many holes and weaknesses later confirmed as faulty intelligence and distorted analysis.