Bulletin N° 1073

“Yugoslavia, The Avoidable War “


An award-winning  documentary film by George Bogdanich



Part 1




Part 2




If anyone doubts that it is time for a clear and critical look at Western intervention in the Balkans, consider this: The forces that the US supported in Bosnia and Kosovo were and are closely allied with Osama Bin Laden’s al-Qaeda network.

Bin Laden, himself, was a regular visitor in the office of Bosnia’s President Alija Izetbegovic in early 1993, when the US government was touting his commitment to moderation and multi-ethnic cooperation.

Yugoslavia: The Avoidable War makes a compelling case that Western backing of separatist forces led directly to the outbreak of war. "The intelligence agencies were unanimous in stating that if you recognize Bosnia, it will blow up," George Kenney of the State Department reveals.

Why then did the US proceed to do so sparking four years of savage warfare? How did we end up on the same side as Osama-Bin Laden in Bosnia and Kosovo? Newscasters and columnists continue to refer to Kosovo as a victory for the US, but this documentary shows that the region is infinitely more divided and dangerous than it was when NATO bombing commenced in March of 1999.

The region is more unstable and US troops are likely to be stuck in harm’s way much longer than originally anticipated. Also check out The Death of Yugoslavia.





 Subject: “Cold-blooded murder!” : More news and views from the Anglophone social media.






November 20, 2022



 Dear Colleagues and Friends of CEIMSA,


The hysterical incoherence that typifies this historical period we are now living in is almost mind numbing.


The brutal indifference to human life, the cruel delay of interventions to stop injustices, deadly collaboration with terrorism - all these combine to dehumanize the general population, most of whom have withdrawn into private lives of self-delusion. Margaret Thatcher's infamous slogan, “TINA” (there is no alternative), has been successfully engineered. The logistics for totalitarian control over the population have been put in place, and the ensuing contradictions - both the long expected and those unforeseen - will largely determine our future. We are mostly left to live our lives in themselves, rather than for ourselves, living as objects for others to do with as they wish, continually subjected to “experimentations,” both physical and psychological.




The 26+ items below present a variety of Anglophone essays and articles on current world events which appear to be orchestrated by a cabal of ill-willed men and women who have beguiled entire institutions around the planet into collaborating with the fairytale they have concocted.  It speaks, if nothing else, to the human condition, and is by no means a flattering panorama.

Judge for yourselves….





Francis McCollum Feeley


Professeur honoraire de l'Université Grenoble-Alpes
Ancien Directeur des Researches
Université de Paris-Nanterre
Director of The Center for the Advanced Study
of American Institutions and Social Movements
The University of California-San Diego






Washington and the Destruction of Former Yugoslavia



by  Dr. Vladislav B. Sotirović



The Kosovo Boomerang in International Relations



by Dr. Vladislav B. Sotirović

After February 2008 when Kosovo Albanian-dominated parliament proclaimed Kosovo’s independence (without organizing a referendum) with obvious US diplomatic support (unilateral recognition) with the explanation that the Kosovo case is unique in the world (i.e. it will be not repeated), one can ask the question: Is the problem of the southern Serbian province of Kosovo really unique and surely unrepeatable in some other parts of the world as US administration was trying to convince the rest of the international community?

Consequences of recognition of Kosovo’s independence by one (smaller) part of the international community are already (and going to be in the future) visible primarily in the Caucasus because of the very similar problems and the situation in these two regions. In the Caucasus (where around 50 different ethnolinguistic groups are living together) self-proclaimed independence has already was done by Abkhazia and South Ossetia during their wars of 1991−1993 against the central authorities of Georgia but up to the mid-2008, both of these two separatist regions from Georgia were not internationally recognized by any state in the world. The region of Nagorno-Karabakh, which proclaimed its independence in 1991 from Azerbaijan with full military and political support from Armenia, was also not recognized before Kosovo’s independence. We must remember that separatist movements in the Caucasus in the 1990s occurred at the time when Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia, and Bosnia-Herzegovina proclaimed their independence from the rest of Yugoslavia (Montenegro and Serbia) and have been soon recognized as independent states and even became accepted members of the Council of Europe and the United Nations.



Blowback: Italian Police Bust Azov-Tied Nazi Cell Planning Terror Attacks


by Alex Rubenstein

The arrest of Italian neo-Nazis affiliated with the Ukrainian Azov Battalion highlights the terrifying potential for blowback from the Ukraine proxy war.



Canadian Professor Attacked by Mainstream Media for Opposing NATO Narrative on Ukraine


by Aidan Jonah

The “Carley Affair” can act as a warning of what to expect as the U.S. harbors more Ukrainian refugees.

A highly regarded Russia specialist in Canada, Professor Michael Carley at the University of Montreal, has refused to support the NATO narrative on the Ukraine conflict and has since been subjected to a vicious smear campaign.

Canada’s role in the Ukraine conflict and the power of the right-wing Ukrainian diaspora in Canada may be underestimated, according to the vitriol we have seen directed at Professor Carley. He is among the first in Canada to feel the wrath of the country’s mainstream media, after Russia’s special military operation (SMO) in Ukraine began on February 24, 2022.

To grasp why the gripes of this diaspora have received such attention and consideration from Canadian media, it is first necessary to understand how the right-wing element of Ukrainian-Canadians gained dominance over the diaspora. While the experience is similar in the U.S., Canada has been a haven par excellence for Ukrainian fascists. Thus, the “Carley Affair” can act as a warning of what to expect as the U.S. harbors more Ukrainian refugees.



Maligned in Western Media, Donbass Forces are Defending their Future from Ukrainian Shelling and Fascism



by Eva Bartlett

America is widely understood to be a key instigator behind conflict in Ukraine that has pitted brother against brother

Smeared, stigmatized, and lied about in Western media propaganda, the mostly Russian-speaking people of the Donbass region were being slaughtered by the thousands in a brutal war of “ethnic cleansing” launched against them by the neo-Nazi regime in Kyiv, which the U.S. installed after the CIA overthrew Ukraine’s legally elected president in a 2014 coup.

Although the Donbass people had been pleading for Russian military aid to defend them against the increasingly murderous military assaults by the Ukraine government forces, which killed more than 14,000 of their people, Russian President Vladimir Putin declined to intervene. Instead, he tried to broker a peace agreement between the warring parties.

But the U.S. and Britain secretly colluded to sabotage peace negotiations, persuading president Zelenksy to ignore the Minsk III peace agreement that the Ukraine government had previously signed, and which had been countersigned by Russia, France and Germany.

Realizing that the U.S. and its NATO allies would never permit peace negotiations to succeed, Putin finally sent troops into Ukraine on February 24. Russian troops went in to support and reinforce the outnumbered and outgunned Donbass Special Forces who had been defending their land against attacks by the Kyiv government for nearly eight years.

Voices From the Frontlines of Eastern Ukraine

In the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) in October, I went to a frontline outpost 70 meters from Ukrainian forces in Avdeevka (north and west of Donetsk), according to the Donbas commanders I spoke with there.



Media Obscures Key Reason For Russian Retreat From Kherson; Namely to Prevent the Destruction of the Nova Kakhovka Dam


by Sonja Van den Ende





The roots of US-Russia problems


with Jeffrey Sachs, Scott Ritter, Ray McGovern




Russia, after the collapse of the USSR


with Scott Ritter, Ray McGovern, Jeffrey Sachs




Washington's Plan to Break Up Russia



by Mike Whitney



“IT’S DONE”: Did Liz Truss text Antony Blinken after Nord Stream attack?


by Henry Chia



War Without End : What is wrong with the United States of America?


by Philip Giraldi

Prussian Major General Carl von Clausewitz famously drew on his own experience in the Napoleonic Wars to examine war as a political phenomenon. In his 1832 book “On War” he provided a frequently quoted pithy summary of war versus peace, writing in terms of politico-military strategy that “War is a mere continuation of politics by other means.” In other words, war-making is a tool provided to statesmen to achieve a nation’s political objectives when all else fails.

One can reject the ultimate amorality of Clausewitz’s thinking about war while also recognizing that some nations have historically speaking exploited war-making as a tool for physical expansion and the appropriation of foreigners’ resources. As far back as the Roman Republic, the country’s elected leaders doubled as heads of its consular armies, which were expected to go out each spring to expand the imperium. More recently, Britain notably engaged in almost constant colonial wars over the course of centuries to establish what was to become history’s largest empire.

America’s dominant neocons characteristically believe they have inherited the mantle of empire and of the war powers that go hand-in-hand with that attribute, but they have avoided other aspects of the transition in turning the United States into a nation made and empowered by war. First of all, what comes out the other end after one has initiated hostilities with another country is unpredictable. Starting with Korea and continuing with Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq as well as other minor operations in Latin America, Africa and Asia, American war-making has brought nothing but grief on those on the receiving end with little positive to show for the death, destruction and accumulated debt. Also forgotten in the rush to use force is the raison d’etre to have a federal national government at all, which is to bring tangible benefit to the American people. There has been none of that since 9/11 and even before, while Washington’s hard-line stance on what has become a proxy war against Russia over Ukraine promises more pain – perhaps disastrously so – and no real gain.

If one has any doubt that going to war has become the principal function of both Democrats and Republicans in Washington, it is only necessary to consider several stories that have appeared in the past several weeks. The first comes from the Republican side, and it includes a possibly positive development. House Minority leader Republican Kevin McCarthy warned two weeks ago that the GOP will not necessarily continue to write a “blank check” for Ukraine if they obtain the House majority in next month’s election, reflecting his party’s growing skepticism about unlimited financial support for the corrupt regime in place in Kiev. McCarthy explained “I think people are gonna be sitting in a recession and they’re not going to write a blank check to Ukraine. They just won’t do it. … It’s not a free blank check.”

America’s uncritical support for Ukraine, which has been a contrivance by the White House and media since the fighting started, has led to a growing number of Republicans, particularly some of those aligned with Donald Trump’s “America First” approach, to challenge the need for massive federal spending abroad at a time of record-high inflation at home. Since Russia launched its invasion in February, Congress has approved tens of billions in emergency security and humanitarian assistance for Ukraine, while the Biden administration has shipped billions more worth of weapons and equipment from military inventories, all done with only limited or even no oversight of where the money and weapons are winding up.

But, unfortunately, the GOP is far from unified on its approach to Ukraine-Russia. Congressman Liz Cheney demonstrated that her apple did not fall far from her father’s tree, taking some time off from trying to hang Donald Trump to denounce what she refers to as the “Putin wing of the Republican Party.” She put it this way: “You know, the Republican Party is the party of Reagan, the party that essentially won the Cold War. And you look now at what I think is really a growing Putin wing of the Republican Party.”

Cheney criticized Fox News for “running propaganda” on the issue and in particular called out Fox host Tucker Carlson as “the biggest propagandist for Putin on that network… You really have to ask yourself, whose side is Fox on in this battle? And how could it be that you have a wing of the Republican Party that thinks that America would be standing with Putin as he conducts that brutal invasion of Ukraine?”

Cheney notably did not address the issue of how the war developed in the first place because the US and UK preferred saber rattling to diplomacy with Moscow. Or why the United States feels compelled to tip-toe to the brink of a possible nuclear war over a foreign policy issue that is of no real national interest to the American people. And where did she make her comments? At the McCain Institute in Arizona. Yes, that’s a legacy of Senator John McCain another Republican who never saw a war he couldn’t enthusiastically support.

Both President Joe Biden and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi have confirmed that the US is in with Ukraine until “victory” is obtained, whatever that is supposed to mean, while other Administration officials have indicated that the actual purpose of the fighting is to weaken Russia and remove President Putin. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre glibly spouted the party line when asked about McCarthy’s comments. She thanked congressional leaders for bipartisan work to “support Ukraine to defend itself from Russia’s war crimes and atrocities,” adding that “We will continue to work with Congress and continue to monitor those conversations on these efforts and support Ukraine as long as it takes. We are going to keep that promise that we’re making to the brave Ukrainians who are fighting every day, to fight for their freedom and their democracy.”

Perhaps more bizarre than Cheney’s comments is the tale of a letter that was prepared by thirty Democratic Party progressives urging US support for negotiations to end the fighting in Ukraine. The letter was prepared in June but not released until last week before being quickly retracted under pressure on the following day. Pramila Jayapal, who heads the Congressional Progressive Caucus, said it was retracted because it “was being conflated with [the] comments” made by McCarthy over his warning about budget cutting for Ukraine. Jayapal referred to the letter as a “distraction,” but what she really meant was that her group had no desire to make common cause with the Republicans over any issue, including war and peace in an escalating conflict that is manifestly pointless.

A clueless Jayapal also took pains to contradict the message put out by her own group, emphasizing that there has been no opposition to the administration’s Ukraine policy from Democrats in Congress. She said Democrats “have strongly and unanimously supported and voted for every package of military, strategic, and economic assistance to the Ukrainian people.” She doubled down on the White House message, affirming that the war in Ukraine will only end with diplomacy after “a Ukrainian victory.”

So basically, anyone talking sense about Ukraine in Washington is being shut down by forces within the political parties themselves working together with a compliant national media that is mis-representing everything that is taking place on the ground. It is a formula for tragedy as the Biden administration has shown no sign of seeking diplomacy with Russia to end the conflict despite the president’s recent surprising warning that the world is now facing the highest risk of nuclear “Armageddon,” which he, of course, blames on Putin. Given all of that, in my humble opinion a government that is unable or unwilling to take reasonable steps to protect its own citizens while also avoiding a possible nuclear catastrophe that could end up engulfing the entire world is fundamentally evil and has lost all legitimacy. It should recognize that fact before submitting its resignation.





Advocating World War Three Is Just Mainstream Punditry Now


by Caitlin Johnstone



What Is To Be Done?


by Paul Edwards

I have spent a lifetime reading and listening to the best minds in journalism and reportage bemoan, attack, mourn, and decry the encyclopedia of lunacies and disasters our system has inflicted on our country, the world, and ourselves, its naive, ignorant people.

Since the Gulf War, and the rolling chain of shameful absurdities that followed—Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, et.al.—in the idiotic dirty joke of the bumbling “War on Terror”, I have seen the mainstream press devoured by the Capitalist Monster to the point where all voices of integrity have been marginalized and expelled, then denounced and vilified by the diseased whores who slunk into their places.

Now, with America’s ridiculous, transparent, and contemptible falsity so obvious in every aspect of governance at home and abroad, I have seen the entire press converted into an organ of crude and dishonest propaganda for the Capitalist War Machine that is coldly, inhumanly  dictating our demise.  The viciously dishonest and relentlessly stupid storm of juvenile horseshit disseminated by all mainstream outlets— print, tv, and internet—is an ethical crime of diabolical dimensions.  Our government, with its cadre of vacuous, degraded simpletons, men and women of no intellectual size, depth, or scope, profoundly ignorant yet arrogant in their smarmy inadequacy, is restricting and distorting knowingly all truth that conflicts with the malign intentions of the War Lobby to pursue nuclear war with Russia until they get it.  And, of course, they need a second enemy and so must tell China what it can and can’t do. Where do these moronic fuckers get the brass to try that shameless madness with Xi and his power? 

And this is done while the few strong voices of courage and integrity that, against all the power of money and corruption of The Empire, continue to try to provide an educating effect through reason and evidence, are exiled and suppressed from platforms of influence.

I have long wondered at their dedication and staying power in the face of the cynical, unwarranted abuse they get, including, of course, from their supposed colleagues who, collectively, aren’t worth the powder to blow them to hell, as my Dakota Grandpa used to say.  I can only assume they are held together, in place, by the unbreakable fiber of integrity in them that they have no choice but to honor.  

And yet, though those few and proud speak out against false America and denounce it where denunciation is richly warranted, I feel, even in their most blistering analyses that there is a conviction, a certainty, an honest, incontestable statement of truth, that is missing.  I had hoped to hear it expressed by those who have great credibility, and great reputations, profiles and followings, but I have been disappointed.

My list of heroes is not long.  I acknowledge them as the heirs to the great ones before: Ed Murrow, Eric Sevareid, David Brinkley, Walter Cronkite, Sy Hersh, David Halberstam.  I include among the present greats Chris Hedges, John Pilger, Aaron Mate, Michael Brenner, Max Blumenthal, Patrick Lawrence, Glenn Greenwald, Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning, and Julian Assange.

All of them have done honest, deeply informed work to counter the rampant imbecility and cruelty of the American government and its stenographers, the press.  The one conclusion none has plainly stated, that all have suggested, is neither obscure nor complicated.

It is this: America can not be reformed or improved under Capitalism. Its corrupt, rotten burlesque democracy must and will be destroyed.  Not by any action of the torpid, gelded, stupid people.  It will come, and soon, by financial chaos and meltdown, or by nuclear war.



Russia Advances in Vuhledar, Donetsk, Repels Ukraine in Donbass; War to Continue in Winter


with Alexander Mercouris






A war Russia set to win


by MK Bhadrakumar

Two massive terrorist strikes misfired spectacularly and a terrible beauty is born in the Ukraine war. These two carefully planned attacks in quick succession — on Nord Stream gas pipelines and Crimean Bridge — were intended as a knockout blow to Russia. According to President Vladimir Putin, people ‘who want to finally sever ties between Russia and the EU, weaken Europe’ are behind the Nord Stream blasts. He named the US, Ukraine and Poland as ‘beneficiaries’.

India should expect the defeat of the US and NATO, which completes the transition to a multipolar world order.

Last Wednesday, Russia’s domestic intelligence service FSB identified Ukraine’s military intelligence chief, Kyrylo Budanov, as the mastermind behind the Crimean attack. The New York Times and Washington Post also pointed fingers at Kiev, quoting ‘sources’. While Nord Stream-1 has been crippled, one of the strings of Nord Stream-2 remains intact. Putin said last week that the pipeline could be restored and Russia could deliver about 27 billion cubic metres of gas. ‘The ball is on the side of the European Union, if they want — let’s turn on the tap,’ he said.

But mum’s the word from Brussels. It is a profoundly embarrassing moment for the EU. The triumphalism has vanished as Europe is threatened by years of recession caused by the blowback from sanctions against Russia, where the US insisted on the cut off of energy ties with Moscow. The EU has now become a captive market for Big Oil and is left to buy LNG from the US at the asking price, which is six to seven times higher than the domestic price in the US. (Contracted price for long-term Russian supply for Germany used to be about $280 per 1,000 cubic metres as against the current market price hovering around $2,000.)

Plainly put, the Europeans have been nicely played by the Americans. India should take note of the US’ sense of entitlement. Basically, the Biden administration created a contrived energy crisis whose real aim is war profiteering.



Putin's Winter Offensive


by Mike Whitney

“Every dead Russian and Ukrainian in this war, every family anywhere in the world that suffers the consequences of this war, every business that shuts down because of the economic damage this war is causing and the increased risk of nuclear annihilation, it’s all US Govt made.” Twitter @KimDotcom

Proxy War (def)– a war instigated by a major power which does not itself become involved.

Ukrainian gains on the battlefield have been met by a widely-anticipated Russian escalation. On September 21, in a rare national address, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the mobilsation of 300,000 reservists who would be called to serve in the war in Ukraine. In recent weeks, the Russian army has suffered a number of setbacks due to its lack of sufficient manpower in the battlespace. Simply put, the Russians did not have enough combat troops to carry out their mission or to defend the vast area that has recently been annexed by Moscow. Russia’s Special Military Operation was never designed to seize and occupy great swaths of Ukrainian territory. In essence, the SMO was a police operation aimed at locating and eliminating the Ukrainian forces that had been bombarding and killing ethnic Russians living in east Ukraine. After numerous clashes with advancing NATO-trained battalions, it’s clear that Russia needs significant reinforcements to roll back Ukrainian forces and impose a security buffer around its new provinces. Russia’s critics see the under-staffing as an indication of military incompetence but, in fact, Moscow is merely adapting to a fluid situation in which both parties continue to raise the stakes. Here is an excerpt from a post by Big Serge at Substack that helps to clarify what’s going on:

Of all the phantasmagorical claims that have been made about the Russo-Ukrainian War, few are as difficult to believe as the claim that Russia intended to conquer Ukraine with fewer than 200,000 men. Indeed, a central truth of the war that observers simply must come to grasp with is the fact that the Russian army has been badly outnumbered from day one…. On paper, Russia has committed an expeditionary force of less than 200,000 men, though of course that full amount has not been on the frontline in active combat lately.

The light force deployment is related to Russia’s rather unique service model, which has combined “contract soldiers” – the professional core of the army – with a reservist pool that is generated with an annual conscription wave….The transition from a Soviet mobilization scheme to a smaller, leaner, professional ready force was part and parcel of Russia’s neoliberal austerity regime throughout much of the Putin years.

…. This Russian contract force can still accomplish a great deal, militarily speaking – it can destroy Ukrainian military installations, wreak havoc with artillery, bash its way into urban agglomerations in the Donbas, and destroy much of Ukraine’s indigenous war-making potential. It cannot, however, wage a multi-year continental war against an enemy which outnumbers it by at least four to one, and which is sustained with intelligence, command and control, and material which are beyond its immediate reach…

More force deployment is needed. Russia must transcend the neoliberal austerity army. It has the material capacity to mobilize the needed forces – it has many millions in its reservist pool, enormous inventories of equipment, and indigenous production capacity undergirded by the natural resources and production potential of the Eurasian bloc that has closed ranks around it. But remember – military mobilization is also political mobilization.” (“Politics By Other Means; Putin and Clausewitz”, Big Serge Thoughts, Substack)

Russia’s critics, of course, will dismiss this explanation as nonsense, even so, the calling up of 300,000 reservists shows that Putin’s generals realize they cannot achieve their strategic objectives with merely an “expeditionary force” but must adjust to changes on the ground. And that is precisely what they are doing; they are beefing up their forces at a time when Putin’s public approval rating is at an eye-watering 77%. So, while an earlier mobilization would have undoubtedly been met with widespread condemnation and rejection, the great majority of Russians now fully support the policy. Simply put, Putin has won the hearts and minds of the Russian people. He has convinced them that their country, traditions, culture and lives face an unprecedented existential threat. Here’s more from Big Serge:

Putin and those around him conceived of the Russo-Ukrainian War in existential terms from the very beginning. It is unlikely, however, that most Russians understood this….

What has happened in the months since February 24 is rather remarkable. The existential war for the Russian nation has been incarnated and made real for Russian citizens. Sanctions and anti-Russian propaganda – demonizing the entire nation as “orcs” – has rallied even initially skeptical Russians behind the war, and Putin’s approval rating has soared. A core western assumption, that Russians would turn on the government, has reversed. Videos showing the torture of Russian POWs by frothing Ukrainians, of Ukrainian soldiers calling Russian mothers to mockingly tell them their sons are dead, of Russian children killed by shelling in Donetsk, have served to validate Putin’s implicit claim that Ukraine is a demon possessed state that must be exorcised with high explosives… The government of Ukraine (in now deleted tweets) publicly claimed that Russians are prone to barbarism because they are a mongrel race with Asiatic blood mixing.” (Big Serge, Substack)

In short, the establishment media and political class have made Putin’s job easier for him by persuading even left-leaning Russians that the western nations –led by the US– despise all-things Russian and are determined to destroy their country and subjugate their people. Here’s Putin:

I want to underscore again that their insatiability and determination to preserve their unfettered dominance are the real causes of the hybrid war that the collective West is waging against Russia. They do not want us to be free; they want us to be a colony. They do not want equal cooperation; they want to loot. They do not want to see us a free society, but a mass of soulless slaves….I would like to remind you that in the past, ambitions of world domination have repeatedly shattered against the courage and resilience of our people. Russia will always be Russia. We will continue to defend our values and our Motherland.

We have never agreed to and will never agree to such political nationalism and racism. What else, if not racism, is the Russophobia being spread around the world? What, if not racism, is the West’s dogmatic conviction that its civilisation and neoliberal culture is an indisputable model for the entire world to follow?…



The “Informal Russia India Iran Troika” on Afghanistan



by Andrew Korybko

Russia, India, and Iran took a tangible step in the direction of creating a third pole of influence in the present bi-multipolar intermediary phase of the global systemic transition to multipolarity by forming an informal Troika on Afghanistan following Wednesday’s Moscow format talks on that country. Representatives from those three, the Central Asian Republics (CARs), China, and Pakistan participated in the meeting, which also saw Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkiye, and the UAE take part as guests.

The purpose was to assemble all responsible stakeholders in Afghanistan’s post-war stability in an attempt to pioneer multilateral solutions to its pressing political, security, and socio-economic challenges. While no breakthrough occurred, nor was one expected this early into the process, it nevertheless was a positive development that everyone came together for that reason. This is especially so since each participant is connected to the SCO either as members, dialogue partners, or aspirants.

Be that as it is, the most important takeaway was the informal Troika that was just established by Russia, India, and Iran. These three don’t intend to compete against China and Pakistan’s influence in Afghanistan in any unfriendly way, but rather endeavor to pragmatically “balance” it by giving that country’s de facto Taliban rulers an alternative to those two. From the perspective of the group’s self-interests, potentially disproportionate dependence on China and Pakistan is disadvantageous.



Trade between India and Russia surges. EU continues to self-destruct


with Alex Chritoforou and Alexander Mercouris






“Julian is fighting for his survival and he’s going through hell": Stella Assange


by Matt Kennard



John Pilger: “The US in Desperate Bid to Maintain Global Power”


by Finian Cunningham and John Pilger




The Military-Industrial Complex Wins Again!


by Bill Astore

With Veterans Day in mind, I was asked as a retired U.S. military officer for a comment on the 2022 election results, which produced this:

When both political parties pose as pro-military, when both are pro-war, when both are enablers of record-high Pentagon spending, when both act as if a new cold war with China and Russia is inevitable, do election results even matter? No matter which party claims victory, the true victor remains the military-industrial-Congressional complex.

To paraphrase Joe Biden, nothing fundamentally changed in the 2022 elections when it comes to colossal military spending, incessant wars and preparations for the same, and non-stop imperialism around the globe. There is no new vision for lower Pentagon spending, for fewer wars and weapons exports, and for a smaller, less domineering, imperial mission.

As General and President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned us in 1961, the military-industrial-Congressional complex represents a disastrous rise of misplaced power that is profoundly anti-democratic. Collectively, we’ve failed to heed Ike’s warning. The result has been one unnecessary and disastrous war after another, even as democracy in America withers. The Vietnam War—disaster. The Iraq War—disaster. The Afghan War—disaster. The War on Terror—disaster. Even the war America ostensibly won, the Cold War against the USSR, is now apparently about to be refought.

I suppose we need to refight the Cold War we “won” thirty years ago so we can lose that one too.

With the Democrats doing somewhat better than expected at the polls, war business should continue to grow in Washington, D.C. Most political commentators seem to think this is a good thing, when they think about it at all. Few seem to recall Ike’s warning that a military establishment of vast proportions is antithetical to democracy.

In this election cycle, I’ve heard nothing about peace. I’ve heard nothing about strengthening and preserving democracy by downsizing our military and imperial presence around the globe. Not from Democrats and Republicans.

So the winner in 2022 is the same winner as always: the military-industrial-Congressional complex. It’s a sad result to contemplate with Veterans Day looming.



Regardless of Who's Elected, Imperial Corruption Rules the Nation


by Charles Hugh Smith

While the much-touted differences between America's political parties get obsessive, hysterical attention, the sameness of Imperial corruption, waste and squalor regardless of who's in power gets little notice. Scrape away the differences--mostly in domestic issues--and we see the dead hand of Imperial Corruption is on the tiller.

The core of Imperial Corruption is the disconnect between the nation's ideals of representational democracy and open markets and the sordid reality: elites serve their interests by corrupting both democracy and open markets.

Unfettered democracy and markets cannot be controlled by a tiny, self-serving elite. Stripped of corruption, democracy and markets are free-for-alls that are constantly evolving, as highly adaptive islands of coherence coalesce that influence the quasi-chaos, competing with other islands of coherence but never gaining dominance due to the open-ended dynamism of collaboration-competition that is the beating heart of both democracy and open markets.

The only way to control democracy and markets to serve the interests of the few at the expense of the many is to corrupt them completely by destroying the dynamism of collaboration-competition. Democracy is replaced by an auction of political power to the highest bidder that rewards cronies and devotes all its resources not to solving the nation's problems but to whipping up conflagrations of divisiveness and partisan hysteria that wash away the middle ground where problems can actually be addressed.

This crippling of the nation's ability to actually solve difficult problems serves the interests of self-serving elites whose sole interest is accumulating personal wealth and power. Their proclaimed interest in solving the nations' real-world problems are fraudulent tissues designed to hide the putrid reality that all their so-called "solutions" distill down to sluicing huge sums of state money to cronies and campaign contributors under the guise of "solving problems."

The only "problem" America's elites know how to solve is the "problem" of how to get personally richer while tightening their control of the nation-state's vast flood of (taxed / borrowed) money. Cronies and contributors get tax breaks hidden in 1,000-page legislation and overflowing rivers of money (here's looking at you, Big Pharma, Big Defense, Higher Education, Sickcare, et al.).

America's elites are masters at misdirection and distraction: it's always the other side's fault that the nation is sliding down the wrong side of the S-Curve. The elites don't really care which side is in power, as they control them both to serve their own interests.

But something funny happens on the way to gaining control of complex emerging systems: that control destroys the system's self-correcting mechanisms and adaptability. Rigging the system to serve one's own interests destroys the system's ability to adapt to changing circumstances and selective pressures/

Once a system has been crippled to serve the interest of an elite, when forced to adapt or die, it can only die as its mechanisms of adaptation were destroyed by the power-grab of eleites. An economy dominated by a handful of cartels and quasi-monopolies is an economy that is doomed to slide into the dustbin of history, as cartels and monopolies "win" by crushing competition and competing islands of coherence, as competition threatens their profits and control of markets and governance, a.k.a. "democracy."

Any system that serves the interests of the few by choking off adaptability and the dynamisms of a free-for-all churn lacks the tools needed to avoid systemic collapse. By enabling elites to organize the nation to serve their personal interests, America has been stripped of the dynamics needed to adapt. Without these dynamics, collapse is the only possible outcome.

But in the meantime, enjoy the political theatrics down on the sand-strewn floor of the Coliseum. While Imperial Corruption undermines what's left of the nation's ability to adapt fast enough and successfully enough to survive what lies ahead, we can cheer the "winners" of the bloodsport and ignore the winds of disorder sweeping the land.





“Let’s be Clear: If World War III Happens It Will be the Result of Choices Made by the US Empire”



by Caitlin Johnstone



Scott Ritter: America’s Hubris is Stunning and a Threat to World Peace


with Finian Cunningham and Scott Ritter


The Ukraine war is just one symptom of a bigger disease. The war in Ukraine began with the 2014 US-backed coup d’état in Kiev and the weaponizing by the United States and NATO of an anti-Russian regime over eight years.

“Absurd disconnect” in US foreign policy, “extraordinary provocations” toward Russia, the “scam” of nuclear weapons and US military defense doctrine, and the “stunning hubris” of American national myth-making propaganda invoking a “God-given right to control the world”. This is the scope of US problems that threaten world peace.

Former Marine Corps intelligence officer Scott Ritter served as a United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq during the 1990s following the First Gulf War. He controversially challenged the official US and British narrative back then claiming Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. Those claims were later exposed as lies and fabrications but they were used to launch the Second Gulf War in 2003. A criminal war with massive repercussions that still haunts today.

In this interview, Ritter calls out the absurdity of the United States voicing concerns about the danger of nuclear conflict with Russia while at the same time fueling a war in Ukraine on Russia’s doorstep.



“One Nation Under Blackmail”


 with James Corbett and Whitney Webb




 “America's dangerous leaders”


with Chris Hedges and Andrew Bacevich






“A Great Reset Will Happen…” Eckhart Tolle


with Russell Brand




World leaders agree to cattle-tag the planet


by Edward Slavsquat

Washington and Moscow put aside their differences for the greater good



Terrifying Vision of a “Digital Gulag”: G20 Promotes WHO-Standardized Global Vaccine Passport and ‘Digital Health’ Identity Scheme



by Tom Ozimek



Gareth Icke Interview – The Censorship & Excommunication Of David Icke On A Near Global Scale


with Ryan Cristián

(52 :48)





Attempt to Try Russian Leaders for War Crimes is Part of the West’s Weaponization of the International Criminal Court


by Robin Philpot



The Road to Totalitarianism (Revisited)


by CJ Hopkins



How BlackRock Conquered the World — Part 1


by James Corbett

A Brief History of BlackRock

How BlackRock Conquered the World — Part 2

by James Corbett

If you read Part 1 of the How BlackRock Conquered the World series, you will know how BlackRock went from an obscure investment firm in the 1980s to one of the most powerful asset managers in the world after the Global Financial Crisis of 2007—2008. You will also know how BlackRock's CEO, Larry Fink, wasted no time in using the company's immense riches—with over $10 trillion under management and a position as one of the top three institutional investors in seemingly every Fortune 500 company—to gain political power.
But Fink and his lackeys were not interested in accruing power merely for its own sake. No, the point of getting power is to use it. So the question is: how did they use this newly acquired political power?
Well, did you hear about a little thing called the COVID-19 pandemic? If you're reading The Corbett Report, then you likely already know that the events of the last three years had nothing whatsoever to do with a virus. But if the pandemic was actually a scamdemic and it was never really about a viral contagion, then what was it about?
There are, of course, many answers to that question. The scamdemic served a number of agendas and the various players on the grand chessboard each had their own incentives for playing along with it. But one of the most important—not to mention one of the most overlooked—answers is that the scamdemic was, at base, a financial coup d'état. And that entire coup d'état was engineered by (you guessed it) BlackRock.
Last week, I presented A Brief History of BlackRock.
Next week, we will examine the Aladdin system, the ESG scam and where BlackRock is hoping to take society in the future.
This week, we will interrogate the scamdemic narrative, learn about the Going Direct Reset at its heart, and discover how BlackRock pulled off this financial coup d'état.
Want to know the details? Of course you do. Let's dive in.
*NOTE: This is Part 2 of the How BlackRock Conquered the World Series.
Part 1: A Brief History of BlackRock was released last week.
Part 3 on BlackRock's plans for the future will be released next week.

PART 2: GOING DIREct . . .



Whatever Happened to the Antiwar Left?



by Sohrab Ahmari

On Feb. 15, 2003, 14 million people poured into the streets of 800 cities worldwide to oppose the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. It was a preemptive response to the preemptive war hatched by Bush administration, and according to the Guinness Book of World Records, it was the largest protest ever in human history. Yet the 2003 protest was also a swan song of sorts: the movement that gave rise to it is now all but defunct—namely, the antiwar left.

Two decades later, as U.S. hawks press for relentless escalation against nuclear Russia, and as European leaders unfailingly toe Washington’s line, there is no major movement of the left to channel dissent. Nor are there commanding antiwar figures comparable in stature to the likes of Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Labour M.P. Tony Benn, who spoke for the movement in 2003. Old antiwar groups, like the ANSWER Coalition, are either silent or struggling to be heard.

Some two-dozen House progressives on Monday called for diplomacy, but antiwar leftists who championed the likes of Sen. Bernie Sanders and The Squad must surely be disappointed, as the few elected socialists on Capitol Hill dutifully voted “Yes” on one massive Ukraine military-aid package after another. Some veteran left-of-center restrainers, meanwhile, such as former Ploughshares Fund boss Joe Cirincione, sound downright Kristolian, what with the calls to smoke out a “pro-Putin axis.”

The post-9/11 atmosphere of pro-war conformity has returned—only, instead of dour “security moms,” it’s enforced by irony bros with Ukraine flags and pronouns in their bios. As I noted in these pages soon after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the same simplistic moral binaries that had been used to demand obeisance to the Covid regime were transferred to the war. Suddenly, progressives who were supposed to be post-nationalist became the most ardent nationalists, prepared to ignore even the most unsavory aspects of Ukrainian nationalism. Meanwhile, the street theatrics that used to be hallmarks of left-wing antiwar agitation are now used to promote no-fly zones (i.e., World War III).

The Ever Widening War

Were leftists always this uncritical of the claims of NATO and the military-industrial complex? Was the early post-9/11 era a grand hallucination? What changed? The answer proffered by defenders of the progressive status quo is that there has been no change at all. The left was right to oppose America’s unjustified wars after 9/11, just as it is right to oppose Russia’s war of aggression today. Sancta simplicitas!



Soldiers speak out against America's misguided wars


with Chris Hedges and Andrew Bacevich


We are not a good and virtuous nation. God does not bless us above other nations. Victory is not assured. War is not noble and uplifting. The clash between the reality of combat and the Disneyfied version of combat consumed by the public, one that propels many young men and women into war, creates not only dissonance and moral injury, but an existential crisis, an existential crisis combat veterans, at least those who are self-reflective, must cope with for the rest of their lives. Andrew Bacevich, a retired Army colonel who fought in Vietnam, and Danny Sjursen, a retired Army major who did tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, have just published Paths of Dissent: Soldiers Speak Out Against America's Misguided Wars. Bacevich and Sjursen, West Point graduates like many writers in the book, come out of the military culture. They began as true believers, embracing the myths of American goodness and virtue, and the military honor code pounded into them as young cadets at the military academy. The reality of combat, as it has for generations, exposed the lies told by the generals and politicians. Andrew Bacevich is a West Point graduate, retired Army Colonel, and Vietnam war veteran. He is also an emeritus professor of history and international relations at Boston University and the co-founder and president of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft. His books include The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism and After the Apocalypse: America’s Role in a World Transformed. He is the editor of the book Paths of Dissent: Soldiers Speak Out Against America's Misguided Wars.





The Global Economic and Social Crisis Is a "Crime of Unimagined Proportions"


by Dr. Rudolf Hänsel



Not Green at All



by Viv Forbes



The Big Lie: Worldwide Energy Shortage Plus Multiple Crises – All Manufactured – Meant for Destruction of Western Civilization



 by Peter Koenig

Energy Crisis? Food crisis? Industrial collapse? Supply chains disruptions? Fractured Communications? Cyber-attacks? Black-outs? Hyper-inflation? Climate change? Wars, civil conflicts, and more plandemics, culminating in human misery…


It’s all manufactured.

It’s all part of the plan to destroy civilization as we know it, to replace it with the  4th Industrial Revolution robots and humanoids – acting on AI-generated electronic commands and surviving on programmable digital central bank currencies (DCBC).

If we keep sitting at the sideline, watching, instead of doing something to stop this insanity, this crime of biblical proportions, it indeed will happen. Humanity and what’s left of Mother Earth will be ready for the abyss.

Shortages create inflation – and if inflation doesn’t occur naturally, it is manufactured. Media propaganda talking full-time of inflation gives industrial and service conglomerates a free pass to increase prices. Nobody questions whether its justified. The media says there is inflation – so, price increases are indeed of the order.



Global WAR-NING! Geoengineering Is Wrecking Our Planet and Humanity



by Prof. Claudia von Werlhof, Dr. Rosalie Bertell, Prof Michel Chossudovsky, Josefina Fraile, Elana Freeland, Maria Heibel, Claire Henrion, Conny Kadia, Linda Leblanc, and Vilma Rocío Almendra Quiguanás


FLASHBACK: Michael Murphy and G. Edward Griffin on Stratospheric Aerosol Injection (2010)

with James Corbett, G. Edward Griffin, and Michael Murphy

FROM 2010: Michael Murphy of Truth Media Productions and G. Edward Griffin of Freedom Force International join us to talk about their forthcoming documentary "What in the World Are They Spraying?" about the Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering campaign taking place in our skies.


The Department of Homeland Security's “COVID-19 DISINFORMATION TOOLKIT": The U.S. Government Office of Medical Censorship and Propaganda



by Dr. Peter McCullough

The US Department of Homeland Security (HSA) is conducting medical censorship while hiding in plain sight.  The website for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has resources to engage vigilante “disinformation” police to assist HSA in their mission of silencing opinions on COVID-19 and pandemic response. 

The main stated target is disinformation defined as information deliberately created to mislead, harm, or manipulate a person, social group, organization, or country.  Their toolkit allows any user to use “products” and tailor them with official logos to spread the government propagandized message:[i]


These Toolkit resources are designed to help State, local, tribal and territorial (SLTT) officials bring awareness to misinformation, disinformation, and conspiracy theories appearing online related to COVID-19’s origin, scale, government response, prevention and treatment. Each product was designed to be tailored with local government websites and logos.

Download and share these resources—talking points, FAQs, outreach graphics, and posters—to help spread awareness.”


"The Dilemma of the Vaccinated"


by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Ed Dowd and Phinance Technologies deploy an excess mortality analysis tool.


Forum Conversation with Norman Fenton and David Marks


by Robert W Malone MD, MS

On The Revelations of Pandemic Data


News from Underground by Mark Crispin Miller

"New Reports on Covid Injections"


by Mark Crispin Miller




The Kerch Strait and the Sea of Azov: Black Sea Geopolitics and Russia's Control of Strategic Waterways



by Prof Michel Chossudovsky

This article first published on June 5, 2022 provides a geopolitical analysis of the Kerch straight, focussing on strategic waterways. 

Our brief assessment of the Ukraine War in early June (largely confirmed by subsequent reports) was the following (for details scroll down):

·         Ukraine is not in a position to win this war. 

·         Ukraine is without a Navy and without an Air Force which was destroyed at the outset in late February 2022.

·         Ukraine has no maritime access to the Sea of Azov and Eastern Ukraine, nor does it have naval power in the Black Sea.

·         The Peace Negotiations initiated in Istanbul in late March, which were the object of political sabotage constitute the only solution. 

·         All major ports on the Sea of Azov are under Russian control.

·         While Russia decided for strategic reasons to retreat from Kherson (November 11, 2022) it remains partially in control of the access of Ukraine’s major river-way the Dnieper to and from the Black Sea

·         The Dnieper is in some regards a seaway. The Dnieper is a major corridor for grain cargo transportation.



Russia Focuses on Donbass, Continues Build-up; US and Russian Intelligence Chiefs Meet in Ankara


with Alexander Mercouris




 Russian Retreat, What's it Mean?


with Judge Napolitano and Scott Ritter




Russia Launches Missile Attack. Patrushev, West Plans Russia Break up; West Fails to Isolate Russia


with Alexander Mercouris




The truth about Ukraine with Medea Benjamin


with Chris Hedges




No End in View for Ukraine War


by M. K. Bhadrakumar



Ukraine Faces Economic Collapse, Looks to Allies For Financial Aid | Russia Ukraine War


by First Post


Ukraine Faces Economic Collapse, Looks to Allies for Financial Aid | Russia Ukraine War Consider this: a country torn apart by war, losing key infrastructure to heavy shelling. Thousands of lives were lost and hardly any money is left in the government's kitty to incur basic costs. Sounds bad, right? That's exactly where Ukraine's economy is currently. Such is the equation now that Kyiv is only dependent on its Western allies to keep the economy afloat.



“Not Russia, But Ukraine Launched Missiles into Poland” | Will NATO Respond to Ukraine?


by First Post


Not Russia, But Ukraine Launched Missiles into Poland | Will NATO Respond to Ukraine | Ukraine War. Poland could become the country which triggers a direct fight between Russia and NATO. You see, at least two missiles struck this village of Poland, killing two people. Russia categorically denied claims of its missiles or rockets landing in Poland.



US, NATO and other Allies of Ukraine Angered by Zelensky’s Lies About Russia | Poland Missile Attack


by First Post


US, NATO and other Allies of Ukraine Angered by Zelensky’s Lies About Russia | Poland Missile Attack | Russia Ukraine War. Ukraine’s Wester allies and NATO made it clear on Wednesday that Russia did not strike Poland. They also said Poland was struck by Ukrainian missiles. However, Ukraine’s President, Volodymyr Zelensky refused to buy their claims.



Why Is AP Still Protecting the Source Behind Its False Russia-Bombed-Poland Story?


by Sam Husseini



Wars Tend to Bury Facts: The Polish Missile Narrative



by Dr. Binoy Kampmark





The last days of the G20


with Alex Christoforou and Alexander Mercouris




Lavrov’s Sharp Commentary on Zelensky’s speech and the European politicians’ rhetoric at G20 summit


by True inFo




Ukraine war: Poland missile strike reveals Nato divisions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klFrgIrOLaQ&feature=youtu.be


by James Landale



“Preparing for a long grind”


with Alex Christoforou and Alexander Mercouris




No End in View for Ukraine War


by M. K. Bhadrakumar



“Freeze this conflict or escalate” w/Garland Nixon


with Alex Christoforou, Alexander Mercouris, and Garland Nixon




UN envoy admits fabricating claim of Viagra-fueled rape as ‘Russian military strategy’


by Alexander Rubenstein





Zelensky, ‘We are ready for peace.’ CIA Burns meets Russia's Naryshkin


with Alex Christoforou and Alexander Mercouris




CIA Director Burns Meets with Russian Spy Chief in Ankara



by Dave DeCamp

The US says the meeting was focused on warning against the use of nuclear weapons, not negotiations on Ukraine



Ukraine Plans to Create ‘Israel-Like’ Arms Industry to Produce NATO-Caliber Weapons


by Kyle Anzalone

Kiev is planning a buildup of its weapons industry to produce more sophisticated arms, with Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov saying government takeovers of several companies will help Kiev to create an “army of drones” and other NATO-caliber weapons. The defense chief noted that growing military ties between Kiev and the West makes Ukraine a de facto NATO partner.

In an interview on Thursday, Reznikov told reporters Kiev was seeking to replicate Tel Aviv’s defense industry. “We are trying to be like Israel – more independent during the next years,” he said.







Wakanda Must Fall


by Jared Ball

This White, Western, pan-European fantasy film where all of its colonial subjects fight each other to see who will be safe from them is a political mess. The limitation of all existing curse words and my “appropriate” vocabulary inhibit my ability to convey my disdain for the politics of this movie, but what follows is my best effort. But just to be clear, I hate Wakanda Forever.



Social Democracy Will Not Save Us


by Benjamin Woods

The author makes the case that liberalism is a dead end and that socialism is the only tool for Black liberation.

The Black Liberation Movement in the United States has reached an almost unprecedented level of ideological confusion. Unlike in the 20th century, significant sections of the contemporary Black Left openly embrace an understanding of ‘identity politics’[i] that is based in philosophical idealism.[ii]  A somewhat resurgent US Left has, correctly, begun to critique these perceived political errors. Unfortunately, social democrats such as DSA, Jacobin and Cedric Johnson in his award-winning article[iii] add to the ideological confusion.  This essay asserts that contrary to the claims of advancing democracy and freedom, social democracy has consistently undermined the struggle for national liberation and socialism.



For African/Black Working Class and Colonized Peoples, Midterm Elections in the U.S. Offer No Relief from War, Repression and Capitalist Misery


by Ajamu Baraka



Bittersweet Freedom for Mutulu Shakur


by Margaret Kimberly

Mutulu Shakur has been granted parole, but he is terminally ill. Black political prisoners in this country are held for 30, 40 and 50 years. Reprieve happens only when they are at death's door.

“There is a need for a Truth and Reconciliation Commission in the U.S. to resolve the history of slavery, oppression, racism, segregation, lynching and the issue of political prisoners of the Civil Rights Black Liberation Struggle who fought against these gross human rights abuses. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission was also a process set up in South Africa to redress the gross violations of human rights by the apartheid regime. It was a tool to assist a peaceful transition to a democratic society but public acknowledgement of the gross human rights abuses by the government and its agent…The idea of crimes against humanity comes under International Law and the Geneva Convention adopted by the world at the U.N. the liability of such violators lies on nations as well as individuals who fight against the violators of human rights.” - Mutulu Shakur

After 36 years of incarceration, political prisoner Mutulu Shakur was granted parole after having been denied on nine occasions. Invariably media accounts mention that he is the step-father of the late rapper and actor Tupac Shakur while saying little about his own history.  Any of the elder Shakur’s accomplishments are given short shrift in favor of an emphasis on pop culture celebrity.





Vaccine risk benefit analysis


with Dr. John Campbell




Being Skeptical About Medical Skepticism



by Dr. Gary Null and Richard Gale



100% of mRNA Jab Recipients Suffered Heart Injury




This stunning Swiss research has found something the mass media will never report on - new proof that the COVID shots are routinely harming recipients' hearts, even if individuals show no cardiac symptoms. Plus, learn what's causing long COVID and the best treatment protocols to date.



Vax Adverse Events Bombshell, a Stunning Statistic




by Dr. Joseph Mercola


Story at-a-glance



Long term sickness increases


with Dr. John Campbell




Video: 90 Sudden or Unexpected Canadian Doctor Deaths: Dr. William Markis Interview


by William Markis





News from Underground by Mark Crispin Miller

Looks like the people of Guangzhou are f*cking tired of being "safe"


by Mark Crispin Miller

This doesn't bode well for tough "COVID measures" in the "democratic" West. (So will "our free press" report it? And, if so, how?)

Xi better fly Justin Trudeau, Gavin Newsom and Dan Andrews over there, to help him deal with all those “far right” elements.



How many children have been killed worldwide by Operation Herod?


by Mark Crispin Miller

Justin Trudeau's not the only one whose head WILL roll when parents finally face what's happened to THEIR kids under COVID. Here's evidence from the US, Argentina, Italy, Switzerland, the Philippines.



Whoopi Goldberg misses “The View' after scary health diagnosis”; Jane Fonda says she's “not going to be around much longer”; 15 “General Hospital” actors hit with “COVID or other serious issues”


by Mark Crispin Miller



WATCH Trudeau (pretend to) get his booster, and then say that "your kids" should get theirs, too (May God save them from him, & others like him)


Mark Crispin Miller

Some day, a tribunal will look back at this revolting spectacle, and all he will have done in furtherance of this Holocaust in Canada, and Operation Herod in particular; then he will pay



Safe and effective


by Dr. John Campbell


Association between vitamin D supplementation and COVID-19 infection and mortality



Exposed: The Largest Experiment Ever Performed on Humans


by Dr. Joseph Mercola

Worse, it's being enabled by a regulatory structure that's not designed to protect us but, rather, the pharmaceutical industry. This scathing film explores how science became so corrupted to where it can no longer be trusted. Is there any way out of this mess? Watch the film here and find out.


or essay by Rob Slane

@ https://anti-empire.com/the-largest-experiment-on-humans-ever-seen/

"But the psychological, social and economic experimentation are by no means the end of it. We have now moved on to the medical experimentation"



Vax Adverse Events Bombshell, a Stunning Statistic


with Dr. Joseph Mercola and Barbara Loe Fisher


The CDC has done everything they can to deny the risks associated with the COVID shots, yet they have lost their 15-month battle to avoid releasing this data. Now the cat's out of the bag, and the evil truth is worse than 99% of us could imagine.

Story at-a-glance



Will You Become a Slave Underclass Who Eats Bugs?


by Dr. Joseph Mercola

Urgent. You need to understand how the system you thought you knew works, how it's been used against you, and what the end game is. Science fiction writer H.G Wells predicted it, and COVID and Epstein were just the tip of the spear - follow the money.

Story at-a-glance

In the video above, Glenn Beck interviews investigative journalist Whitney Webb about her book, “One Nation Under Blackmail: The Sordid Union Between Intelligence and Crime That Gave Rise to Jeffrey Epstein,” Parts 1 and 2.




The Underpopulation Bomb


with James Corbett and James Evan Pilato






The battle for Kherson, in maps


by The Economist



Kherson, Pavlovka and General Surovikin to bring focus to operation"


with Alex Christoforou, and Alexander Mercouris




The Kherson Retreat


by Pepe Escobar

The announcement of the Kherson Retreat may have signaled one of the gloomiest days of the Russian Federation since 1991.

Leaving the right bank of the Dnieper to set up a defense line on the left bank may spell out total military sense. General Armageddon himself, since his first day on the job, had hinted this might have been inevitable.

As it stands in the chessboard, Kherson is in the “wrong” side of the Dnieper. All residents of Kherson Oblast – 115,000 people in total – who wanted to be relocated to safer latitudes have been evacuated from the right bank.

General Armageddon knew that was inevitable for several reasons:

no mobilization after the initial SMO plans hit the dust; destruction of strategic bridges across the Dnieper – complete with a three-month methodical Ukrainian pounding of bridges, ferries, pontoons and piers; no second bridgehead to the north of Kherson or to the west (towards Odessa or Nikolaev) to conduct an offensive.

And then, the most important reason: massive weaponization coupled with NATO de facto running the war translated into enormous Western superiority in reconnaissance, communications and command and control.

In the end, the Kherson Retreat may be a relatively minor tactical loss. Yet politically, it’s an unmitigated disaster, a devastating embarrassment.

Kherson is a Russian city. Russians have lost – even if temporarily – the capital of a brand new territory attached to the Federation. Russian public opinion will have tremendous problems absorbing the news.

The list of negatives is considerable. Kiev forces secure their flank and may free up forces to go against Donbass. Weaponizing by the collective West gets a major boost. HIMARS can now potentially strike targets in Crimea.

The optics are horrendous. Russia’s image across the Global South is severely tarnished; after all, this move amounts to abandoning Russian territory – while serial Ukrainian war crimes instantly disappear from the major “narrative”.

At a minimum, the Russians a long time ago should have reinforced their major strategic advantage bridgehead on the west side of the Dnieper so that it could hold – short of a widely forecasted Kakhovka Dam flood. And yet the Russians also ignored the dam bombing threat for months. That spells out terrible planning.

Now Russian forces will have to conquer Kherson all over again. And in parallel stabilize the frontlines; draw definitive borders; and then strive to “demilitarize” Ukrainian offensives for good, either via negotiation or carpet bombing.

It’s quite revealing that an array of NATO intel types, from analysts to retired Generals, are suspicious of General Armageddon’s move: they see it as an elaborate trap, or as a French military analyst put it, “a massive deception operation”. Classic Sun Tzu. That has been duly incorporated as the official Ukrainian narrative.

So, to quote Twin Peaks, that American pop culture subversive classic, “the owls are not what they seem”. If that’s the case, General Armageddon would be looking to severely overstretch Ukrainian  supply lines; seduce them into exposure; and then engage in a massive turkey shoot.

So it’s either Sun Tzu; or a deal is in the wings, coinciding with the G20 next week in Bali.



Video: Russian Withdrawal from Kherson and Its First Political Results


by South Front




Video: Amid Russian Retreat in Kherson Region, Ukrainian Offensive Operations Continue


by South Front




Kherson withdrawal: Views from Russian media


by Edward Slavsquat



The Stage Is Set for US Combat Troops in Ukraine


by Mike Whitney

“If anyone from the outside interferes in Ukraine, they should know this: If they create threats for us… we will retaliate immediately. We have all the tools we need to respond, and all the decisions on this (matter), have already been made.”
--Russian President Vladimir Putin



Who Is Winning, Who Is Losing, the Ukraine War?



by Eric Zuesse



Scott Ritter: “Ukraine cannot win this war. It's a 'fantasy.”


with Scott Ritter




The Kherson Retreat. Massive Weaponization Coupled with "NATO de facto Running the War"


by Pepe Escobar



Congressional Amendment Opens Floodgates for War Profiteers and a Major Ground War on Russia -



by Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies



“The Russians need fewer troops to defend the new line on the Dnieper”


with George Calloway and Gonzalo Lira




Ukraine capitulation is on the horizon


with Douglas Macgregor




Ukraine: U.S. lawmakers look to lock in a further $50 billion assistance package


by Dan De Luce, Julie Tsirkin and Scott Wong



The Mirage of Washington Intelligence


by Jim Bovard

“You can send a man to Congress but you can’t make him think,” quipped comedian Milton Berle in the 1950s. To update Berle for our times: You can spend $60 billion a year on intelligence agencies but you can’t make politicians read their reports. Instead, most politicians remain incorrigibly ignorant and hopelessly craven when presidents drag America into new foreign fiascos.

Congressional docility has been paving the way to war since at least the Vietnam era. In 1964, President Lyndon Johnson invoked an alleged North Vietnamese attack on a U.S. destroyer in the Gulf of Tonkin to ram a resolution through Congress giving LBJ unlimited authority to attack North Vietnam. LBJ had decided earlier that year to attack North Vietnam to boost his reelection campaign. The Pentagon and White House quickly recognized that the core allegations behind the Gulf of Tonkin resolution were false but exploited them to sanctify the war.

When the official story of the Gulf of Tonkin attacks begin unraveling at secret 1968 Senate hearings, Defense Secretary Robert McNamara proclaimed that it was “inconceivable that anyone even remotely familiar with our society and system of government could suspect the existence of a conspiracy” to take America to war on false pretenses. But indignation was no substitute for hard facts. Sen. Frank Church (D-ID) declared, “In a democracy you cannot expect the people, whose sons are being killed and who will be killed, to exercise their judgment if the truth is concealed from them.” The chairman of the committee, Sen. J. William Fulbright (D-AR), declared that if senators did not oppose the war at that point,  “We are just a useless appendix on the governmental structure.” But other senators blocked the release of a staff report on the lies behind the Gulf of Tonkin incident that propelled a war that was killing 400 American troops a week. Sen. Mike Mansfield (D-MT) warned, “You will give people who are not interested in facts a chance to exploit them and to magnify them out of all proportion.” The same presumption has shielded every subsequent U.S. military debacle.

Lazy, cowardly congressmen perpetually paved the way for foreign carnage. In October 2002, prior to the vote on the congressional resolution to permit President George W. Bush to do as he pleased on Iraq, the CIA delivered a 92-page classified assessment of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction to Capitol Hill. The classified CIA report raised far more doubts about the existence of Iraqi WMDs than did the 5-page executive summary that all members of Congress received. The report was stored in two secure rooms—one each for the House and the Senate. Only six senators bothered to visit the room to look at the report, and only a “handful” of House members did the same, according to The Washington Post. Sen. John Rockefeller (D-W VA) explained that congressmen were too busy to read the report: “‘Everyone in the world wants to come to see you’ in your office, and going to the secure room is ‘not easy to do.’”



It’s Time To Cut Zelensky and Ing-wen From the US Dole


by Patrick MacFarlan

To date, Washington elites and their politicians have been happy to provide – at public expense – lining their own pockets in the process.

As of this writing, U.S. aid for Ukraine has reached approximately $67.5 billion, a figure greater than Russia’s entire 2021 military budget. According to the State Department, this support includes $15.2 billion in direct military assistance. The support comes although 60-70% of lethal aid never reaches the front lines, according to a now-redacted CBS interview with on-the-ground activists.

Not only is the American taxpayer supporting much of the Ukrainian military, it is also supporting the Ukrainian government. The same working class Americans who were deemed "nonessential" in 2020 – who saw their businesses shuttered and burned down – now have to pay entitlement programs both at home and in Ukraine.



My War Never Ends: “The Greatest Evil is War”


with Chris Hedges






Regime Change in Iran: Gulf of Oman False Flag, Following the 2019 Script



by Gavin OReilly

The November 16, 2022 afternoon attack on the Pacific Zircon, a tanker in the Gulf of Oman, owned by Israeli billionaire Idan Ofer, comes amidst a time of increased tensions in the region, with both Israel and the United States immediately placing the blame on Iran.

For the past two months, the Islamic Republic has been rocked by riots, ostensibly in response to the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year old Iranian woman who passed away suddenly following an interaction with a female police officer in Tehran. The involvement of regime-change agent Masih Alinejad, and the recent admission by former US National Security Advisor John Bolton that weapons are being supplied to the ‘Iranian opposition’ however, acts as effective confirmation that what had initially begun as legitimate protests, have now been hijacked by Western Intelligence agencies in a bid to implement regime change in Iran, with a similar strategy having previously been carried out in Libya and Syria.

With the eyes of the world focused on the current unrest in Iran, and with the Islamic Republic due to play their inaugural game in the 2022 Qatar World Cup against England on Monday, the question must be asked as to what would be the strategic importance for Tehran to launch a Drone attack on an Israeli-owned tanker at this time, a move with a realistic likelihood of drawing a Western military response?

Indeed, a similar scenario played out in June 2019, when on the same day that then-Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe held a meeting with Ayatollah Khameini in Tehran, with the intention of diffusing tensions between Iran and the United States, mine attacks would be launched against Japanese and Norwegian-owned tankers in the Gulf of Oman.

Read More: The ‘Persian Spring’: Attempted Regime Change in Tehran. Sudden, Violent Nature of these Riots, Whose Behind Them?



US Admits Iran Is Not Building a Nuclear Bomb


by Ted Snider

“Iran does not today possess a nuclear weapon and we currently believe it is not pursuing one.”





Wakanda Must Fall


by Jared Ball

This White, Western, pan-European fantasy film where all of its colonial subjects fight each other to see who will be safe from them is a political mess. The limitation of all existing curse words and my “appropriate” vocabulary inhibit my ability to convey my disdain for the politics of this movie, but what follows is my best effort. But just to be clear, I hate Wakanda Forever.



Social Democracy Will Not Save Us


by Benjamin Woods

The author makes the case that liberalism is a dead end and that socialism is the only tool for Black liberation.

The Black Liberation Movement in the United States has reached an almost unprecedented level of ideological confusion. Unlike in the 20th century, significant sections of the contemporary Black Left openly embrace an understanding of ‘identity politics’[i] that is based in philosophical idealism.[ii]  A somewhat resurgent US Left has, correctly, begun to critique these perceived political errors. Unfortunately, social democrats such as DSA, Jacobin and Cedric Johnson in his award-winning article[iii] add to the ideological confusion.  This essay asserts that contrary to the claims of advancing democracy and freedom, social democracy has consistently undermined the struggle for national liberation and socialism.



For African/Black Working Class and Colonized Peoples, Midterm Elections in the U.S. Offer No Relief from War, Repression and Capitalist Misery


by Ajamu Baraka



Bittersweet Freedom for Mutulu Shakur


by Margaret Kimberly

Mutulu Shakur has been granted parole, but he is terminally ill. Black political prisoners in this country are held for 30, 40 and 50 years. Reprieve happens only when they are at death's door.

“There is a need for a Truth and Reconciliation Commission in the U.S. to resolve the history of slavery, oppression, racism, segregation, lynching and the issue of political prisoners of the Civil Rights Black Liberation Struggle who fought against these gross human rights abuses. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission was also a process set up in South Africa to redress the gross violations of human rights by the apartheid regime. It was a tool to assist a peaceful transition to a democratic society but public acknowledgement of the gross human rights abuses by the government and its agent…The idea of crimes against humanity comes under International Law and the Geneva Convention adopted by the world at the U.N. the liability of such violators lies on nations as well as individuals who fight against the violators of human rights.” - Mutulu Shakur

After 36 years of incarceration, political prisoner Mutulu Shakur was granted parole after having been denied on nine occasions. Invariably media accounts mention that he is the step-father of the late rapper and actor Tupac Shakur while saying little about his own history.  Any of the elder Shakur’s accomplishments are given short shrift in favor of an emphasis on pop culture celebrity.





Film Docmentary: “Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion”


written and produced by Mark Sharman and directed by Philip Wiseman, narrated by John Bowe


Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion shines a light on Covid-19 vaccine injuries and bereavements, but also to takes an encompassing look at the systemic failings that appear to have enabled them. We look at leading analysis of pharmaceutical trials, the role of the MHRA in regulating these products, the role of the SAGE behavioural scientists in influencing policy and the role of the media and Big Tech companies in supressing free and open debate on the subject.



Dr. McCullough Facing Certifications Revocation for Alleged "False...Information" Dissemination


with Dr. Peter McCullough and Kristina Borjesson




McCullough Tells RFK, Jr.: Board Investigation May End His Career — But It Won’t Silence Him

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by Suzanne Burdick, Ph.D.

Dr. Peter McCullough, an internist, cardiologist, epidemiologist and leading expert on COVID-19 treatment, said in a recent episode of the “RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast” that the American Board of Internal Medicine is threatening to remove his certifications “for political reasons.”



Doctors Fight Back Against Law that Punishes Them for Diverging from ‘Contemporary Scientific Consensus’



by Matt Agorist

“That this shocking bill passed through the state legislature and was signed into law by Governor Newsom demonstrates that far too many Americans do not understand the First Amendment."



Senate Votes Overwhelming To End Covid Emergency"


with Jimmy Dore






Israel's Elections Spell More of the Same for the Country, Only With an Even Uglier Face


by Joel Beinin

Israel is anticipating its “most right-wing government ever” after Benjamin Netanyahu took back power in last week’s Israeli elections. 



Peter Beinart Leads Charge to Cancel Palestinian American Journalist Mnar Adley


by Mnar Adley and Alan Macleod




Kahanist Extremists To Take Power in New Israeli Government


by Miko Peled



Oslo is long dead. Time to revive the PLO


by Kareem Youssef and Mishlin Mekleh



Israeli Drone Sales Are Fueling Military Occupations Around The World


by Jessica Buxbaum



Israeli settlers take revenge after three are killed


by Tamara Nassar



Gaza's cesspools


by Yasmin Abusayma



The burden Western liberals impose only on Palestinians


by Joseph Massad



Deeply Divided Arab League, Declaration Upholds Palestinian Rights, Clash with Israeli Election Outcome



by Steven Sahiounie

The Arab League met in Algeria for the first time in two years, and their final declaration called for freedom for the Palestinian people who have suffered under a brutal Israeli military occupation for almost six decades.  The meeting of nearly 22 nations across the Middle East and North Africa coincided with Israeli elections, which has brought to power a far-right party that wants to annex the West Bank and deport Palestinians from their homes.

Arab leaders attending the meeting tip-toed around the Abraham Accords, which saw the United Emirates and Bahrain normalize their relations with Israel, with Saudi Arabia later allowing for over-flights of the Kingdom by Israeli aircraft, and is seen as a potential precursor to wider Arab normalization with Israel.

Although the Arab world is deeply divided and polarized, the League managed to deliver a final declaration focused on the core issue of Palestinian human rights and freedom.

The Arab League General Secretariat affirmed its rejection of all Israeli settlement plans, condemned what it described as the annexation of Palestinian territory, stressed the need to compel the Israeli occupation to implement the relevant UN resolutions and work toward a comprehensive and fair two-state solution under the 2002 Arab peace initiative.

Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune said,

“Our main and first cause, the mother of all causes, the Palestinian issue, will be at the heart of our concerns and our main priority.”





Biden Has a Date with China's Xi Jinping, Putin’s ‘Main Squeeze’



by Ray McGovern



Readout of President Biden’s Meeting with President Xi Jinping of the People’s Republic of China


by News Agencies



A Tale of Two Midterms


by Rep. Ron Paul

Those searching for an explanation of why there was no “red wave” giving Republicans huge gains in Congress in this year’s midterm election should compare this year’s election with the midterm election of 2010. In 2010, Republicans gained a net 63 House seats. While Republicans then did not gain control of the US Senate, they did gain six Senate seats.

These Republican victories in 2010 were propelled by the Tea Party and the liberty movement. These movements became prominent during the waning days of the Bush administration. The liberty movement was advanced by grassroots supporters of my 2008 presidential campaign. The liberty movement’s focus was, and is, on restoring constitutional government in all areas, ending our interventionist foreign policy, and changing our monetary policy by auditing and ending the Federal Reserve and legalizing alternative currencies. Early on, the Tea Party largely focused on opposition to the 2008 bank bailouts.

There was overlap between the liberty movement and the Tea Party as many members of both groups fought for auditing and ending the Fed, ending bailouts, and preventing Congress from passing Obamacare.



Analysis on the US Midterm Elections. Voter Fraud?



by Peter Koenig and GEOFOR



After midterms, what comes next? w/Robert Barnes (Live)


with Alex Christoforou, Alexander Mercouris, and Robert Burns






‘ISIS Bride’ Returns to Canada, ISIS-ISIL, Daesh Terrorist Militia, Funded by U.S. Coalition



by Ken Stone



Marcel Proust's “In Search of Lost Time”


with Chris Hedges and Justin E.H. Smith




Dr. Gabor Maté on trauma, addiction, and illness under capitalism


with Chris Hedges


Dr. Gabor Maté joins The Chris Hedges Report to discuss his new book, The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness and Healing in a Toxic Culture. Dr. Gabor Maté is a physician and childhood development specialist who has written several best-selling books, including In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction; When the Body Says No: Exploring the Stress-Disease Connection; and Scattered Minds: The Origins and Healing of Attention Deficit Disorder.





The CIA and the News Media 2.0


with James Corbett





CIA Officer Discusses Feeding Disinformation to Journalists


by Edward Snowden




Was the CIA Behind the Jonestown Massacre?

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by Jeremy Kuzmarov

“I think the Jonestown incident was an extension of In Search of the Manchurian Candidate. I think those people were conditioned to act in certain ways and would have probably just moved from Montreal [where CIA mind control experiments were carried out under the direction of Dr. Ewen Cameron] to Guyana, in this case. You look at Jim Jones’ background carefully, he had a lot of intelligence contact there for doing exactly what he did. It escalated once they killed Congressman Leo J. Ryan; basically, they had no other way to go, so they just tried to self-destruct the whole mission. And that means the death of hundreds of people. As I point out in the book, the medical examiner there made some startling statements, and we wouldn’t even allow the bodies to be properly examined when they were brought back to the East Coast and turned in. So obviously it was a cover-up. Jonestown I think was an extension of MK-ULTRA from the CIA and there are probably other experiments going on.”

– Colonel James Bo Gritz, legendary Special Forces operative who trained

Special Forces that went into Jonestown after the massacre.



Leaked Files Show DHS “Ministry of Truth” Lives On In Secret


by Kit Klarenberg

On October 31, journalists Lee Fang and Ken Klippenstein released a trove of leaked documents exposing how, in recent years, the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) desire – and ability – to curb speech in both online and offline realms has ramped up significantly.

Along the way, a government department ostensibly founded to defend Americans from terrorist violence has become the single biggest threat to free speech in the U.S. What is more, the DHS is being actively abetted in this malign mission by major tech firms.

These papers show that officials at the highest levels of the Department are maneuvering to establish a decisive stranglehold over the flow of information in news outlets and on social media platforms, while covertly co-opting and infiltrating civil society groups as “clearing houses” for government propaganda, and consistently deceiving Americans as to their true intentions.

Furthermore, they are preparing to deploy invasive technology developed by Israeli special forces to spy on the opinions and utterances of everyday citizens – and may well already be doing so.

With the specter of “disinformation” being talked up almost daily as a dire threat to public health and safety, and definitions of the supposed phenomenon shifting constantly according to political need, there is no telling who could be branded an enemy of the state, and subject to surveillance, harassment, censorship, or worse, as a result of this dangerous shift.

The most explosive documents relate to the highly controversial DHS Disinformation Government Board’s (DGB) germination, and its continuation via other means following purported closure.





The Rising Dollar Is Bringing the World Closer to Recession



by Uriel Araujo

The US dollar’s real effective exchange rate (its value against a trade-weighted basket of currencies, adjusted for inflation) is up 18% this year and in September it hit a 20-year high, according to the benchmark ICE US Dollar Index. The truth is that it remains overvalued and it has been pulled up mostly by US interest rates – not by other countries’ currency manipulation. Moreover, the overvalued dollar hurts financial markets and damages global capital flows and trades.

In Europe, for the first time in two decades, one euro is worth less than one dollar, and the British pound also has plunged 18% from the previous year. In the current scenario, countries worldwide cannot really benefit from falling currencies (which does make their products cheaper and more competitive) because economic growth is faltering globally. Analysts Paul Wiseman, Kelvin Chan, Samy Magdy, and Ayse Wieting write that the rising US dollar is squeezing governments and companies which borrowed in dollars. It is making other countries’ imports more expensive and thereby adding inflationary pressures, they argue. It is also forcing central banks everywhere to raise interest rates too (to keep money from leaving the country), which, they add, damages economic growth and generates unemployment.

By September, American interest rates had already risen overnight by 300 basis points over the previous 12 months, which is the fastest increase since 1989 (and before that 1981). Moreover, yields on benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasuries rose to 3.80% (which is the highest level in over 12 years) – it is expected rates will need to remain higher to control inflation. And traders estimate that by April 2023 the US central bank will lift its target for the federal funds rate by another 150 basis.

Read More: The Rise and the Fall of the US Dollar? Fiat Currencies are “Terminal”



The FTX Collapse, Explained | What Went Wrong


with Wall Street Journal


Former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried was hailed as a savior of crypto before FTX’s implosion. Cryptocurrency exchange FTX was seen as a survivor in a struggling industry, but over the course of six days the exchange collapsed due to a sudden liquidity crunch. WSJ explains the factors that drove FTX’s growth and what led to its downfall.




The FTX corruption is even worse than we thought


with Clayton Morris




Was FTX A Democrat Money Laundering Scheme?


with Ron Paul




FTX: Worse Than Enron!


with Patrick Boyel


"Cutting the Crap About Crypto"

with R.J. Eskow and Richard Wolff





Global Research: Selected Articles – Nov. 15, 2022

 Video: “Russia’s De-militarization of Ukraine Continues. US Sending Decades-Old Arms to Kiev”


by Global Research News



Censorship Wasn’t Enough, They Want to Destroy Us


by Dr. Joseph Mercola



The Gray Zone: Archives – Nov. 17, 2022




The Defender – Nov 17, 2022

Children’s Health Defense – News and Views


by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.





Friday Funnies: As the world burns


by Robert W Malone MD, MS



 “A Great Reset Will Happen…” Eckhart Tolle


with Russell Brand


“Here’s my Subcutaneous discussion with Eckhart Tolle. We discussed a vast range of topics that we are facing collectively around the world & how we can enlighten ourselves in dark times.”



Dystopia, octopus intelligence, and what makes us human


with Chris Hedges