Friday, October 26, 2012
Why it is Tony Blair and not me who should be in the dock on 16 November: On 27 May 2012, anti-war protester David Lawley-Wakelin interrupted Tony Blair, as he was giving evidence at Leveson Inquiry into the British press and the phone-hacking scandal, shouting, "Excuse me, this man should be arrested for war crimes." Lord Leveson duly apologised to the war criminal and truth-teller Lawley-Wakelin was taken away by the police.
"What people believe the U.S. is doing in the world and what the U.S. really is doing, is one of the great propaganda feats of modern time." Michael Parenti, Savvina Chowdhury, Sarah Regan - Oct 20, 2012 - YouTube
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Must watch video interview: Russell Means: "I Am An American Indian Patriot"The Washington Post has a crucial and disturbing story this morning by Greg Miller about the concerted efforts by the Obama administration to fully institutionalize – to make officially permanent – the most extremist powers it has exercised in the name of the war on terror.