It has long been a matter of curiosity for me. Just as the media ignore the overwhelming evidence that 9/11 was a false flag attack–evidence as plain as the hand in front of your face–so, too, do they ignore geoengineering and the dangers posed by vaccines. I have come to think of all three of these stories–9/11…the aerial spraying in the skies…and the link between vaccines and autism…as the “big three.”
[ Ed. note – The book Dear World was published last month by Simon and Schuster–or “Simon and Shyster” as the author of the review below refers to them–purporting to tell the story of a courageous young girl and her “heartrending” tweets from war-torn Syria.
“North Korea (the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, or DPRK) is one of the least understood and most lied about countries on Earth.”
Those are the words of independent journalist Eva Bartlett, who recently made a trip to North Korea and who has posted a very informative, eye-opening article on her experience. The piece includes some truly stunning photos, as well as links to some equally stunning videos that Bartlett has posted on You Tube. Suffice to say, the media’s portrayal of North Korea as a backwards country is utterly misleading. In reality it is anything but backwards.
One of the more common Christian precepts is that greed and decadence lead to corruption and the eventual collapse of societies. This is an observation made by Jesus 2000 years ago.
Recently Vanessa Beeley discussed the cynical manipulation of children to promote war in Syria. Entitled “War to Save the Children,” her presentation was given as part of a London event entitled “Media On Trial.” It is a very important talk, and Beeley does a superb job of underscoring the hypocrisy behind the so-called “humanitarian interventions” so incessantly pursued by those who decidedly are not humane. The irony here of course: that the “war to save the children,” as it were, is in reality a war that kills children.
Held last month at a church in London, the Media On Trial event was organized by Frome Stop War, an independent anti-war group formed in 2011 in response to the bombing of Libya.
“I’ll take them out to lunch in Beirut and pay the bill. I daresay that could be regarded as a financial contribution to Hezbollah, and that would make me a ‘terrorist,’ too.”
[ Ed. note – In the article below, Sharmine Narwani explodes many of the myths about Hezbollah being a “terrorist” organization that supposedly threatens America. Hezbollah has troops in Syria that are fighting alongside the Syrian Arab Army in the fight against ISIS. As such, they, like Russia and like Iran, have helped thwart US and Israeli ambitions in Syria. And this is the real objection. The only “threat” Hezbollah poses is to ISIS terrorists…and also to Israeli soldiers should Israel decide to invade Lebanon once again, which of course it is constantly hinting at doing. ]
“The claims that America’s Middle Eastern wars have been fought for Israel are not an anti-Semitic delusion…”
[ Ed. note – Back in September, former CIA officer Philip Giraldi published an article in which he advanced the premise that US wars in the Middle East are being driven by American Jews with strong loyalties to Israel. The article caught the attention of the mainstream media after a link to it was tweeted by Valerie Plame Wilson, another former CIA agent–and suddenly a storm of controversy erupted, with accusations of “anti-Semitism” being slung far and wide. The Washington Post, for instance, published a denunciation of Giraldi’s piece, labeling it “Nazi-esque” and lamenting “bigotry in the ranks of the intelligence community.”