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US Government, US Army, and CIA torture policy from 1963 to the present day

US Government, US Army, and CIA torture policy from 1963 to the present day The media publicity surrounding the recent CIA Torture Report makes it seems as though torture as US policy is something new, and shocking. But torture as … Continue reading

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Like it or not, get ready for more wars

Like it or not, get ready for more wars Many people join the US military because they are naive dupes… VIDEO – War weariness hits U.S. military town: http://youtu.be/3yo-MbAfwGo   According to General Wesley Clark (Ret.), we have many more … Continue reading

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Groups make wounded vet and his family propaganda props for more needless wars abroad

Groups make wounded vet and his family propaganda props for more needless wars abroad This is so sad… on so many levels… It seems these groups shamelessly made this wounded vet and his family propaganda props for more needless wars … Continue reading

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Al Qaeda & Associates: Weaponized Islam Courtesy of CIA

With the recent invasion of Iraq by an al Qaeda affiliate, many people lack the context into which to place this most recent development, in order to make sense of it. People are bemoaning the fact the the US war in Iraq was for naught. That soldiers dies and were injured for nothing. That the war was won until Obama blew it. Etc… Continue reading

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AECOM–Tishman Continues to Benefit from Post 9/11 Contracts

I’m not sure why, but it seems 9/11 researchers have written nothing about the role of AECOM and Tishman Construction in the aftermath of 9/11, which was to benefit from the reconstruction of the WTC, Pentagon, Afghanistan, Iraq, the construction of the Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and the new state-of-the-art Department of Homeland Security Complex in Washington, DC. (to name only a few of their post-9/11 projects)… Continue reading

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The Deadly Danger of Blind Patriotism and Jingoism

“Blind patriotism has been kept intact by rewriting history to provide people with moral consolation and a psychological basis for denial.” ~ William H. Boyer

The biggest danger we face in the USA today is blind patriotism. The government of the USA is evil and has been using the US military for evil (interventionist) purposes abroad since the time of Spanish American War (1898)… Continue reading

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Six NTSB Investigators Claim the Official TWA Flight 800 Crash Story Is a Lie

“A new film claims the official government report on the crash of TWA Flight 800 in 1996 is an elaborate fabrication, but the most shocking part of the story is that charges are being leveled by some of the very investigators who put the report together. Six experts who appear in the film were members of the National Transportation Safety Board investigation team that concluded the crash was an accident, but they now claim they were silenced by their superiors. The movies, “TWA Flight 800” will debut on EPIX TV next month, on the 17-year anniversary of the crash…” Continue reading

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