Inside the Saudi 9/11 Coverup

December 18, 2013 0

By Paul Sperry After the 9/11 attacks, the public was told al Qaeda acted alone, with no state sponsors. But the White House never let it see an entire section of Congress’ investigative report on […]


What We Missed in The Hunger Games

December 13, 2013 0

By Ellen Finnigan December 11, 2013 One of the first critics to miss the point was Laura Miller. Writing in The New Yorker in 2010, she claimed that “dystopian fiction exists to warn us about […]


The Mother Of All Bubbles?

December 12, 2013 0

By Michael Lombardi As I often harp on about in these pages; economic growth occurs when the general standard of living in a country gets better. You can’t say an economy is improving when a […]


The Rise Of Private Armies As The SHTF

December 11, 2013 1

By Zine Larbaoui (TLB Exec. Dir. Of Media) “Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.” – The Buddha.  The privatization of armies and forces of repression and coercion is […]


Bread, Circuses & Reality TV

December 10, 2013 0

By: The Burning Platform “What must it be like, I wonder, to live in a world where food appears at the press of a button? How would I spend the hours I now commit to […]


Mandela and Israel

December 10, 2013 0

by Thierry Meyssan Westerners are mourning the death of Nelson Mandela with more sadness than that manifested by Africans. This mourning is a way to settle colonial ideology and crimes that were committed in its […]

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