Just to attempt to counter the mounting war hysteria . . .


“Eat, Drink and be Merry, for Tomorrow We Die”?

Image: http://www.whatsupic.com Here are fifteen articles that all point to the same sad-conclusion: World War III. 1) War with Russia is the Prize Published on Monday, 03 October 2016 In spite of the lies and propaganda, some of the BBC's interlocutors on Saturday's "Any Answers?" see through the layers of deception. A rare glimpse of … Continue reading “Eat, Drink and be Merry, for Tomorrow We Die”?

“The Government (The State), What is It Good for? Absolutely Nothing!”

Image: http://www.thedailysheeple.com All the bullshit about we the individuals and the planet being thrown into chaos without The State, is just that, BULLSHIT. Just check out what has been happening in Spain for the last nine months, if you doubt me: Spain Hasn’t Had a Federal Government for the Last 9 Months — and People … Continue reading “The Government (The State), What is It Good for? Absolutely Nothing!”

“Multiple Fronts to Confuse, Distract and Divide”

Image: http://www.energyenhancement.org "Our salvation is dependent on collaboration within families, communities and beyond to co-create an alternative narrative to understand what’s really going on and an alternative political economy. We cannot rely on any of the corrupt hierarchical institutions, particularly supra-national entities such as the UN which is yet another lever of power of the … Continue reading “Multiple Fronts to Confuse, Distract and Divide”

Freedom Rider: Ignoring Angela Davis — Margaret Kimberley | Black Agenda Report

Taking Sides

By BAR editor and senior columnist, Margaret Kimberley, on Tue, 10/04/2016

Source: Black Agenda Report

[H/T : American Everyman / Scott Creighton]

Freedom Rider: Ignoring Angela Davis

She is no better than Democratic party scoundrels who point at Trump’s low hanging racist fruit while simultaneously cutting deals with ruling elites.”

There is nothing more revealing than passive voice and tortured syntax. One-time left wing icon Angela Davis demonstrated as much when she said she may vote for Hillary Clinton. Her actual words, “I’m not so narcissistic to say that I wouldn’t vote for her,” indicate some embarrassment with a bit of defensiveness thrown in for good measure. If Ms. Davis finds it difficult to be straightforward and say she is voting for Hillary then perhaps she ought to rethink her decision.

Everyone who rejects Hillary Clinton risks being smeared as a narcissist, a nihilist or a Trump loving…

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