Will Obama Derail Trump to Start World War III?

On December 19, 2016, The Electors of the Electoral College meet in their states and sufficient votes to ensure the election for President-elect Donald Trump were cast. Also on that day, a terrorist who is still at large, smashed his truck into a crowded Christmas market in central Berlin, killing 12 and injuring 50. Now as Americans wonder if there will be any further left wing attempts to derail Trump’s victory, Germany’s ever more popular, right is proclaiming, ‘THEY ARE MERKEL’S DEAD!’ as a public condemnation for Angela Merkel’s open-door migrant police. Therefore it comes as no surprise that the mainstream media pundits are beginning to voice the opinion that these times are reminiscent of those leading up to the two devastating World Wars of the 20th century. What is coming clear for many now is that the innocent blood of Christmas shoppers on Merkel’s hands was painted with […] Read More

The Neo-Con Attempt to Rewrite the History of World War II

After the fall of the Soviet Union, former U.S. president and one-time Cold Warrior Richard Nixon devoted the last few remaining years of his life to ensuring that Russia found its proper place in the international community. Nixon advised then-president Bill Clinton on the proper way to deal with the Russian Federation, the internationally-recognized successor state to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. One thing that Nixon would have never tolerated was the current neo-conservative penchant to deny Russia’s major role in World War II’s – known in Russia as the Great Patriotic War – victory of the Allies over Nazi Germany. Today’s leaders of the United States and their fellow-travelers in Britain, eastern Europe, and other countries would, therefore, find themselves being berated by Nixon over their failure to participate in the annual May 9 Victory Day ceremony held in Moscow. Nixon, who criticized the George H. W. […] Read More

The Only Way To Stop The Empire

Submitted by Dmitry Orlov via Club Orlov blog, The final days of US empire are fast approaching. Perhaps its end will pass slowly and gradually, or perhaps the event will unfold rapidly and catastrophically. Maybe chaos will break loose, or maybe its demise will be organized well and proceed smoothly. This nobody knows, but the end of empire is coming as surely as day follows night and sun follows rain. Overexpansion, overreach and over-indebtedness will take their toll—as all past empires have discovered. Empires are like bacteria in a Petrie dish; unthinking, unseeing, unfeeling, they expand until they run out of food or contaminate their environment with their waste, and then they die. They are automatons, and they just can’t help it: they are programmed to expand or die, expand or die, and, in the end, expand and die. What does the empire feed on? It feeds on money […] Read More

WOODPECKER BEAMS INTERSECT OVER NORTH AMERICA

Illustration after Soviet Military Power, Department of Defense, 1985, p. 45 In July 1976 the U.S. received very special Bicentennial greetings from the Soviet Union. At that time, communications systems of the world in the 3-30 megaHertz band suddenly met substantial interference from extremely powerful, chirped Soviet transmitters which were suddenly activated. These transmitters continue their transmissions to this day. Estimates of the power of these enormous transmitters vary, but figures range as high as several hundred megawatts, with a nominal figure being 100 megawatts. These powerful transmitters were promptly nicknamed “Woodpeckers” because of the characteristic sound of the chirped signal when received. That is, the received signal made a “pecking” sound much like a woodpecker’s beak hitting a block of wood.  Several nations protested, but the powerful signals have continued, right down to this day. The only Soviet response was to add a “spread spectrum” capability, so that the transmitter did not dwell too long […] Read More

The Secret Back Story to Russia and Ukraine that Americans Never Learned In School

Preface:  We believe that Soviet communism was an abomination.  Stalin was certainly a tyrant: he killed countless political enemies or threw them into insane asylums.   We also have littler tolerance for useful idiots who defend communism as a force for good.  In short, we hate Soviet era communism. And Putin also runs Russia like it’s his plaything, with little regard for the desires of his people. But U.S. warmongers have also been hyping the Russian threat with self-serving lies – and committing atrocities and telling lies – for some 70 years.  As an American, my concern is keeping America from destroying itself.  And – unless we learn our history – we could get in a lot of trouble. America Launched the Cold War Even Before World War II Had Ended Joseph Stalin and the Soviets were key in helping the U.S. to defeat the Nazis.  20 million Russians died […] Read More

Martin Armstrong Asks “Are We Headed Into Global Fascism?”

Submitted by Martin Armstrong via Armstrong Economics, Fascism has been a term applied to the manner of organizing a society in which a government ruled by a dictator/bureaucracy that is unelected or a republic with pretend “lifetime” politicians,  controls the lives of the people and in which people are not allowed to disagree with the government. Such systems have always placed the “good” of the state before the worth of an individual. The right to property is subject to constant search and seizure and courts only rule in favor of the state. That was the closing days of Rome. It was also the Soviet Union and especially the East Germany with respect to organization. I went behind the Berlin Wall before it fell. You could not speak freely on the street but had to wait until you were alone.The Soviet Union was a Communist/Fascist State where you could not […] Read More

2014: Non-Conformity & Creativity Now Listed As A Mental Illness By Psychiatrists

It’s no secret that when society, as a whole starts thinking outside the box, or starts to question what’s really happening on the planet it faces a fierce opposition. It’s also no secret that authority figures throughout history have ridiculed ideas that simply did not fit the frame. In our not so distant past, new ideas and understandings were harshly opposed by those in control. A great example is Galileo, who was convicted (and worked banned) from the public domain, and labelled as crazy. Scientists during this time were also sought after and killed. Have things really changed today? Is the pharmaceutical industry another means of condemning and altering those who think outside the box? “The nail that sticks up will be hammered down.” – Japanese Proverb Is nonconformity and freethinking a mental illness? According to the latest addition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, it […] Read More

Moon Bases

“During the United States’ initial space exploration and the Moon landings every launch was accompanied by alien craft. ON NOVEMBER 20, 1990, LOS ANGELES TV CHANNEL 2 ANNOUNCED THAT A SEPARATE, RED, GLOWING, ROUND-SHAPED OBJECT ACCOMPANIED THE SPACE SHUTTLE ATLANTIS ON IT’S LATEST CLASSIFIED MILITARY MISSION. THAT WAS THE FIRST PUBLIC ADMISSION. “The Moon base, Luna, was photographed by the Lunar Orbiter and filmed by the Apollo astronauts. Domes, spires, tall round structures which look like silos, huge T-shaped mining vehicles that left stitch like tracks in the lunar surface, and extremely large as well as small alien craft appear in the official NASA photographs. It is a joint United States and Soviet base. THE SPACE PROGRAM IS A FARCE AND AN UNBELIEVABLE WASTE OF MONEY.  ALTERNATIVE 3 IS A REALITY. IT IS NOT SCIENCE FICTION. “The Apollo astronauts were severely shaken by this experience, and their lives and subsequent statements reflect the depth of the revelation and […] Read More

2013: Time for a Mass Upheaval Against the Perpetrators of Global Destruction

None of us can predict the future, but we can see a glimmer of the coming ‘Green Energy Revolution.’ To stay on top of important articles like these, sign up to receive the latest updates from TomDispatch.com here. A week after the most powerful “super typhoon” ever recorded pummeled the Philippines, killing thousands in a single province, and three weeks after the northern Chinese city of Harbin suffered a devastating “airpocalypse,” suffocating the city with coal-plant pollution, government leaders beware!  Although individual events like these cannot be attributed with absolute certainty to increased fossil fuel use and climate change, they are the type of disasters that, scientists tell us, will become a pervasive part of life on a planet being transformed by the massive consumption of carbon-based fuels.  If, as is now the case, governments across the planet back an extension of the carbon age and ever increasing reliance on […] Read More

Tesla Technology and the New Super Weapons

By John Jacobs Imagine the implications of a weapon that could knock out tanks, ships, and planes as fast as the speed of light. The same technology, with modifications, could disorient and even tranquilize military personnel, rendering them virtually helpless in the battle zone. For more than 50 years, the threat of nuclear war has riveted the world. With the terror of assured mutual destruction, scientists have been searching for new types of weapons that offer the promise of winning battles without the deadly aftereffects of nuclear weapons. In 1985, the Cable News Networks (CNN) Special Assignment offered a detailed look at the future of electromagnetic weapons. CNN was one of the first to uncover evidence of the secret research being conducted in special laboratories all over the world. Secret research based in part on discoveries made almost 100 years ago by the eccentric scientist, Nikola Tesla. The concept […] Read More

HAARP: VANDALISM IN THE SKY?

Published in Nexus Magazine, Volume 3, Number 1 (December ’95-January ’96) PO Box 30, Mapleton Qld 4560 Australia. email: nexus@peg.apc.org Telephone: +61 (0)74 429 280; Fax: +61 (0)74 429 381 Copyright: 1995 by Dr Nick Begich and Jeane Manning Earthpulse Press, PO Box 201393, Anchorage, Alaska 99520, USA Voice Mail: 907 249 9111 Technonet is the protest form of the 1990s-picketing on the information highways. For example, a fast-growing assortment of men and women around the world are using the Internet (started by the US military for information transfer and exchange that would never be interfered with) to draw attention to a questionable military project in Alaska. Now these Internetting, e-mailing, faxing folks are blowing holes in the US Department of Defense secrecy wall by using the government’s own system. The printed-word part of the protest started when Dennis Specht, an anti-nuclear activist then living in Alaska, sent a […] Read More

The Secret to Breaking Out of Our Most Destructive Habits

All of us occasionally become the angry, unpleasant, depressed, reactive people we don’t want to be. So what happens in the brain that scatters all our good intentions? Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol is one of my all-time favorite stories, as it’s been for millions of others since it was written in 1843. Who doesn’t start sniffling when reading this classic tearjerker about Ebenezer Scrooge, a cold, bitter old man dragged—by the ghosts of his past, present, and potential future—on a terrifying midnight journey of self-discovery, from which he emerges transformed and redeemed? Most people love movies about driven, selfish people who, struck by the life-altering experience of sudden love or near loss, eventually see the light and blossom into life-affirming mensches. Miraculous conversion stories appeal to the wishful thinker in all of us. We want to believe that hitting bottom—being forced into genuine awareness of one’s bad behavior and experiencing […] Read More

1998: PSYCHIC DISCOVERIES SINCE THE COLD WAR

By Len Kasten In June of 1968 Sheila Ostrander, a Canadian, and Lynn Schroeder, an American, were invited to attend an international conference on ESP in Moscow. The invitation was from one of the most fervent missionaries of Soviet psi research, Edward Naumov, then 36. A few years earlier, when overt interest in such subjects could easily result in a long holiday in Siberia, such a conference would have been impossible. Then suddenly, in the mid-sixties, the doors of prohibition in Russia, under the Troika rulership, clanged open. Ostrander and Schroeder, encouraged but still doubting the turn of events, started writing to Soviet scientists and researchers. For three years, the letters and packages describing Soviet psi research poured in, culminating in Naumov’s invitation to come and see for yourself. They did, also visiting Bulgaria, but even before the conference had ended the suppression returned. The conference was closed down […] Read More