The following is a short extract from an extended article entitled “The Silencing of Dissent” written by Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Chris Hedges and published yesterday in… 455 more words
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“You do not see human beings in front of you. Do not believe their sorrow, do not believe their smiles, do not believe their feelings. They’re subhuman.”
A 2003 documentary entitled The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (Spanish: La revolución no será transmitida) provides a fascinating insight and behind the scenes account of the US-backed but failed Venezuelan coup of April 2002. 3,310 more words
Last year’s Bilderberg Conference took place during the extended weekend of June 9–12 in Dresden, Germany. The information we know for sure is contained in the official guest list and a list of topics under discussion – make of these what you will (I highlight just one in red): 3,947 more words
Here is an upload to compliment the previous article – an addition I would have incorporated if I had come across it sooner.
On January 11th, Chris Hedges was interviewed on RT’s… 74 more words
Difficulties faced news organisations attempting to cover events in the war in Syria, particularly in the eastern part of Aleppo when under siege. Western journalists had stopped even trying to enter that area for fear of being kidnapped, or worse… 4,125 more words
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“America is an ideology that is unique because its main feature is its denial that it is an ideology. It’s both conservative and it’s liberal.