(Infowars) – Gaming has taken a very realistic turn over the past several years with titles like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and others taking on probable war scenarios with countries and regimes that the U.S. and their allies has had friction with. Russia invaded otherwise peaceful U.S. neighborhoods in Call of Duty and North Korea does the same in Homefront.
The back-story trailer includes clips from real-world news blended with actors giving a prophetic account of the death of Kim Jong il, gas prices hitting $20.00, the rise of a unified Korean state, and all-out war after an attack on the US via satellite. Continue reading →
It appears as if the G20 summit in Toronto is shaping up to be a showdown between anarchists and police. Caught in the middle of the security circus are local residents. If there is violence and property damage, peaceful protesters will also be demonized. The recent bombing of a bank, perpetrated by a so-called anarchist group, has given an excuse to enact more police state measures during the summit. The curious timing of the attack emphasizes the threat of terrorism and further justifies the huge security apparatus being assembled. Continue reading →
(AlethoNews) – Iran, Turkey agree on nuclear swap deal
Turkey sees “no need” for further UN sanctions against Iran after this deal, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmed Davutoglu told reporters. “This agreement should be regarded positively and there is no need for sanctions now that we (Turkey and Brazil) have made guarantees and the low enriched uranium will remain in Turkey,” he said. Read More Here
(PowerPointParadise) – Poor Thai ‘red shirts’ victims of the New World Order – Read More Here
(MSNBC) – Video: More Soldiers & Vets Hospitalized Because Of Mental Disorder Then Physical Injury – Video Link Here
(GlobalResearch) – Massacre in Thailand and Obama’s Foreign Policy Stance – Shamus Cooke
When the White House is quiet as protestors are butchered in the streets of Bangkok Thailand, suspicions are raised. Silence often equals complicity. One can only imagine what the U.S.’ response would be to a Venezuelan government slaughter: the U.S. media and Obama would loudly condemn such an act, in contrast to the muted response to Thailand’s blood bath. Read More Here
(SCF) – Milestone Russia-Ukraine Summit: Towards a New Strategic Partnership?
Leaders of East Europe’s two largest countries — Russian President D. Medvedev and Ukrainian President V. Yanukovych — will meet in Kyiv on May 17-18. In its initial form, the agenda included the signing of five agreements: Read More Here
(CNN) – We will die rather than give in, say Red Shirts
About 5,000 protesters remained on the streets in downtown Bangkok in defiance of a government deadline to evacuate the area on another day of violent unrest in the Thai capital.
At least 35 people have died since Thursday, including a key anti-government leader who was critically wounded by a sniper’s bullet last week. Read More Here
(Reuters) – Israel plays wargame assuming Iran has nuclear bomb
A nuclear-armed Iran would blunt Israel’s military autonomy, a wargame involving former Israeli generals and diplomats has concluded, though some players predicted Tehran would also exercise restraint. Read More Here
(LondonGuardian) – Files reveal Britain’s secret biological weapons trials in second world war
British scientists experimented with ways of spreading foot-and-mouth disease, and lethal infections such as dysentery, cholera and typhoid in secret biological warfare trials during the second world war.
An extensive list of the contagious agents and plagues that could be turned into weapons of mass destruction is revealed in files from a War Cabinet committee released to the National Archives. Read More Here
(May 16) – Video: Alex gets A Call from Colonel 6 about Military Protecting Afghan Opium Fields on Alex Jones Tv
Alex takes a call from Colonel 6 on the military protecting the Afghan Opium fields and tells us just how pist off military familes are over this. Continue reading →
Seven years after the illegal invasion of Iraq by the Anglo-American fascist armies, it is clear today that the deliberate and systematic destruction of the Iraqi nation was premeditated and unprovoked act of naked aggression aimed at expanding U.S.-Israel Zionist power. These barbaric crimes ‘should never be forgotten and never be forgiven’. Read More Here
(Aletho) – Obama Renews Sanctions on Syria for a Year
President Barack Obama Monday renewed US sanctions on Syria for a year, accusing Damascus of supporting what he called “terrorist” groups and pursuing missile programs and weapons of mass destruction. Read More Here
(NCoal) – To nuke or not to nuke
Once again, Ahmadinejad seems to make some valid points and you really should take a look at the full transcript and compare that to anything you see reported in the kosher-party-line. The thing that caught my attention was the fact that the ultimate boogey-man came to New York and there was barely a peep about it in anywhere. One thing the kosher-party-line can count on is that if Ahmadinejad is given a podium, he will take it and speak his mind, often quite eloquently if you ask me. Read More Here
(TheNation) – “Afghans Are Barbarians Who Crawled Out Of The Sewer” – Secret Erik Prince Tape Exposed – Jeremy Scahill Read More Here
(Guardian) – How the US helps al-Qaida
US foreign policy brings terrorism to American shores, costs taxpayers billions of dollars and destroys cherished liberties Read More Here
(InfoClearingHouse) – 2001 Anthrax Attack – The CIA, Biowarfare and Terrorism – Sibel Edmonds’ Boiling Frogs
(GlobalResearch) – Who is a Threat to World Peace? The Declared Nuclear Powers, America, Britain and France Defeated by the Power of Reason – Finian Cunningham
It is a fairly reliable rule of thumb that when a person refuses to listen to the argument of another, it is a sign that the person is betraying the fact that his own argument is flawed – or downright spurious. Read More Here
(AOLNews) – Opinion: Where Are All the Terrorist Attacks?
As the details of the Times Square car bomb attempt emerge in the wake of Faisal Shahzad’s arrest Monday night, one thing has already been made clear: Terrorism is fairly easy. All you need is a gun or a bomb, and a crowded target. Guns are easy to buy. Bombs are easy to make. Crowded targets — not only in New York, but all over the country — are easy to come by. If you’re willing to die in the aftermath of your attack, you could launch a pretty effective terrorist attack with a few days of planning, maybe less.
But if it’s so easy, why aren’t there more terrorist attacks like the failed car bomb in New York’s Times Square? Or the terrorist shootings in Mumbai? Or the Moscow subway bombings? After the enormous horror and tragedy of 9/11, why have the past eight years been so safe in the U.S.? Read More Here
(PressTV) – Iran wants US nukes dismantled
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the United States should dismantle its nuclear bases around the world as a step to create a nuke-free world. Read More Here
(PressTV) – Obama calls Syria a threat, renews ban
US President Barack Obama has renewed the country’s sanctions against Syria, branding it as a source of threat to Washington. Read More Here
(AP) – Lee: Warship sinking was no ‘simple accident’
President Lee Myung-bak ordered a thorough review of South Korea’s military readiness Tuesday, calling the sinking of a warship no “simple accident” as officials inched closer to blaming North Korea in the deadly incident. Read More Here
(HuffingtonPost) – Black Gold — the Lifeblood of War
Speculation has been running rampant among certain sectors of the web-world lately about the true origins of the massive oil spill that has engulfed the Gulf and threatens marine, plant, animal, and human health in a region already beset by natural disasters and toxic industries. Unwilling to accept the mainstream media version of the story (namely that it was the result of off-shore drilling activities) and suspicious of the timing of the calamity (namely that it occurred right on the cusp of Earth Day and during a period of political contentiousness over drilling), this faction has surmised that the “trigger event” in this instance may have been (choose your favorite) either: an attack by the North Koreans; an act of homegrown eco-terrorism by leftwing environmentalists; or something to do with Venezuela, China, and/or other Communist (machi)nations. With little more than a hint from an online Russian source, the theory of a North Korean attack in particular has been gaining virulence among certain fox-trotters. Read More Here
(MiamiHerald) – U.S., British envoys walk out as Ahmadinejad defends nuclear program
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, insisting that there’s no “credible proof” his regime is developing a nuclear arsenal, on Monday launched a scathing attack against the U.S. and other nuclear weapons powers in an apparent bid to derail a new round of U.N. sanctions against Iran. Read More Here
(JPost) – Iran to hold more war games
In the second military show in less than a month, Iran will hold a new set of maneuvers in the strategic waters of the Persian Gulf and the Sea of Oman, Iranian media reported on Tuesday. Read More Here
(AFP) – New Pakistan inquiry into Bhutto killing after UN report
Pakistan Saturday sent a team to visit the scene of Benazir Bhutto’s assassination, after a damning UN report said the ex-premier’s death was not investigated adequately, security officials said. Read More Here
(RussiaToday) – Video: US, Iran Nuclear Punch-up at UN Conference
Full Video And Transcript Of Ahmadinejad Speech Below
Iran and the US have traded barbs during a nuclear non-proliferation conference at the United Nations. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accused Washington of double standards, while US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton blamed Tehran for using evasive tactics to divert international attention from its nuclear programme. RT’s Marina Portnaya was following day one of the heated talks. Continue reading →
(C-Span) – Ron Paul: Today’s Conversation Was Nothing But War Propaganda!
(AsiaTimes) – US warms to strike on Iran
“With sufficient foreign assistance, Iran could probably develop and test an intercontinental ballistic missile [ICBM] capable of reaching the United States by 2015,” claimed a Pentagon report that was declassified on Monday. The almost simultaneous timing of two key recent revelations – this and Israeli accusations that Syria had transferred Scud missiles to Hezbollah in Lebanon – has contributed to a fresh escalation of tensions in the Middle East and to speculation that the stage is being set for a military show-down. Read More Here
(Telegraph) – Iran shows off ‘high destruction’ speed boats in war games
Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards launched a new “ultra-fast” boat capable of causing severe destruction after testing it during a three-day military drill. Read More Here
(NYTimes) – Wave of Bombings Kills Dozens in Iraq
A series of bombings on Friday struck mosques, a market and a shop in Baghdad, as well as the homes of a prosecutor and police officers in western Iraq on Friday, killing dozens, only five days after a joint Iraqi-American raid killed the country’s top two Al Qaeda leaders. Read More Here
(MSNBC) – NKorea says it will seize 5 SKorean assets
North Korea said Friday it will confiscate five South Korean-owned properties at a jointly-operated mountain resort in the isolated communist country, a development likely to worsen already-soured relations. Read More Here
(Aletho) – US: All Options on the Table Against Syria
Though they have admitted once again that they still haven’t actually got any proof that any such thing happened, the US State Department insisted today that “all options are on the table” with respect to retaliating against Syria over its alleged delivery of Scud missiles to Hezbollah. Read More Here
(Guardian) – Iran’s military begins large-scale war games
Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guard has begun three days of major military manoeuvres in the Gulf and Strait of Hormuz Read More Here
(Reuters) – North Korea torpedoed South’s navy ship: report
South Korea’s military believes a torpedo fired from a North Korean submarine sank its navy ship last month, based on intelligence gathered jointly with the United States, a news report said on Thursday. Read More Here
(GaryNullShow) – Video: Gerald Celente : They are taking us to the Great WarContinue reading →
Shocking similarities between violence in video games and actual war footage are undeniable. Is this a case of predictive programming? Are they shaping our perception to accept and furthermore proliferate violence. Yes we come from a violent past and the attempt at ‘realism’ is a component here. But there is a fine line between realism and glorification. And still the thinner line of mind control.
At the crossroads of civilization, where do we go from here? Do we continue with our government prescribed brainwashing? Do we continue to plug into these corrupt media nodes? Continue reading →
(Globe&Mail) – Obama’s new nuclear strategy maintains first-strike option
While pledging to ‘reduce the role of nuclear weapons,’ plan also includes loopholes to keep Iran and North Korea on any potential target list Read More Here
(WashingtonPost) – Bomb blasts kill at least 35, wound scores in Shiite areas of Baghdad
A series of at least seven bombings ripped through mostly poor Shiite Muslim neighborhoods in the Iraqi capital Tuesday, killing at least 35 people and wounding at least 140, security officials said. Read More Here
(ArabNews) – Iran’s Calls For N-free Mideast Should Be Backed
From April 17-18, Iran intends to host a nuclear disarmament summit just four days after Washington concludes a nuclear security summit to which Tehran was not invited. Under the banner “Nuclear energy for everyone, nuclear arms for no one”, Iran calls for a nuclear-free Middle East and an end to nuclear proliferation globally. Read More Here
(RickRozoff) – War In Afghanistan Evokes Second World War Parallels
With the Pentagon and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization planning the largest military campaign of the Afghan war this summer in the south, Kandahar province, a complementary offensive in the north, Kunduz province, and increased troop strength of 150,000 in preparation for the assaults, a war that will enter its tenth calendar year this October 7 is reaching the apex of its intensity. Read More Here
(SteveWatson) – Video: CNN Touts Civilian Service Corps As Way Of Shedding Student Debt
CNN has some advice for any former students now saddled with excess debt – carry out a decade of social work or join the ranks of the government’s civilian service corps. Read More Here
(Salon) – Iraq slaughter not an aberration – Glenn Greenwald – Read More Here
(PaulWatson) – Journalist Groups Demand Investigation of Baghdad Massacre
Three prominent journalist organizations have called for a new investigation into the shocking footage released by Wikileaks that shows U.S. Apache helicopters massacring Reuters journalists and people who attempted to rescue them while laughing about it during an assault on a Baghdad square in 2007. Read More Here
(OnlineJournal) – Killing Baghdad civilians and Reuters journos from the air!
It boggles the mind to watch the short YouTube videos of Wikileaks’ leaked video. To hear the clipped voices of the American helicopter pilots honing in on a group of civilians, including a Reuters photographer and his driver in a July 2007 attack in Baghdad, then killing them, mistaking the photographer’s camera for an AK-47. Read More Here
(RawStory) – White House won’t deny report saying it approved killing of American without trial
The White House won’t deny reports claiming that it authorized the killing of an American citizen who is purportedly involved in planning al Qaeda attacks and is said to be hiding out in Yemen. Read More Here
Topics: Government interference on broadcasts – UN global governance – Agenda 21, Age of “Austerity” – Global poverty and oppression by treaties – Cloud computing, all-electronic transactions, equal government control of the Internet – Communist China, UN model-state for the world – Infanticide, one-child-per-family policy – Social approval-disapproval technique – Video games for desensitization to killing – Programming through entertainment – Deliberate dumbing down of population – Takedown of the West, financial crash, food shortages, riots – War on culture, destruction of family unit, creation of narcissist society – Breaking of Family, Tribal, National Bonds – Fabian Society, RIIA – Psychological war – Power of an Idea, Power of the Individual. Continue reading →
What the hell? Look, I’m not saying video games are heroin. I totally get that the victims had other shit going on in their lives. But, half of you reading this know a World of Warcraft addict and experts say video game addiction is a thing. So here’s the big question: Are some games intentionally designed to keep you compulsively playing, even when you’re not enjoying it?
(GlobalResearch) – With only weeks to the start of one of the greatest sporting spectacles – the soccer World Cup – the organisers have an embarrassing problem on their hands. While millions of football fans across the globe will turn on their televisions to enjoy the contest, FIFA officials are worried that viewers may be distracted from the football action on the field by the lack of action in the stands. It is feared that the six purpose-built stadiums will be beamed around the world showing a conspicuous lack of spectators. The reason? Such is the poverty in the host nation – South Africa – that most of the population simply cannot afford to pay the entrance fee to see these games. Continue reading →
(2007) – What happens when those who’ve grown up on Hollywood war movies and graphic video games are sent to the frontline?
“It’s the ultimate rush — you’re going into the fight with a good song playing in the background,” states one soldier. This is a war fought by the first playstation generation. As Rolling Stones journalist Evan Wright explains: “One thing about them is they kill very well in Iraq.” Continue reading →
The Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics will be the largest security operation in Canadian history. It will include more than 15,000 Canadian Forces, private security personnel, along with the RCMP and other police agencies. The U.S. will also provide security and support for the Games. With the Olympics fast approaching, the fear of terrorism is back in the public’s psyche. Although there has been no specific threats to the Games, more than anything, it is the danger of terrorism which is used to justify the huge security operation. This is further advancing the militarization of North America and U.S.-Canada military and security integration. The Olympics will take binational security cooperation to a whole new level. Continue reading →
I was sworn not to say anything on the topic, but it has to be heard, no matter the consequence. I hope everyone understands.
Please take everything with a grain of salt. I am trying to divulge what I’ve been told and not trying to transpire conspiracies or become a prophet. Continue reading →
(C4L) – Here’s what Cheryl Bartholomew, described as an “Omaha Early Childhood Parenting Examiner,” wrote recently about an event happening at Offutt Air Force Base near Omaha, Nebraska, for the local affiliate of the national web portal Examiner.com: Continue reading →
(NYPost) – It’s been a hilarious August, watching media supporters of President Obama’s health care package puzzle over the obscure motivations of the noncompliant Americans rallying against it. Continue reading →
(WPost) – China’s military launched war games Tuesday aimed at deploying forces at long distances, reflecting moves to ensure security in the restive western regions of Tibet and Xinjiang. Continue reading →