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Petition to revoke Obama's Nobel Peace Prize

I voted for Obama and was thrilled to have such a great African American man in the White House for the first time – such a break through and a milestone in history. 162 more words


Cointelpro resurrection

Many in the TI community believe gang stalking stems from a covert FBI program previously called Cointelpro. Cointelpro targeted dissidents, which is pretty much what the current program is doing – targeting whistle blowers, activists, writers, etc. 130 more words


BBD - Pawn Pitting

I’ve held off on putting this in writing for a long time. I suppose it’ll be obvious why. Not the goal here to embarrass anyone. The goal is to shed some very necessary light on the methods–in so far as someone on the outside can know them–of our no-oversight, largely for-profit, out-of-control intelligence community. 1,171 more words

FBI knows all about 'moral surrender'

Saw this article in the Washington Post this week (using another link here). The FBI director wants agents to go to the Holocaust museum to learn not to surrender individual morality to groups (or authority). 91 more words


Old Goverment Infiltration Program Still Felt Today

Author and activist Ward Churchill speaks to TRNN’s Eddie Conway about what COINTELPRO was and how it was structured.


THE DALLAS ACTION~PT.51: "The Memphis Action, With Garland Brown".

CLICK THE LINK TO LISTEN. https://www.spreaker.com/user/7338953/the-dallas-action-pt-51-april-5-2015

Yesterday, on the Anniversary of the Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I had the opportunity to chat with one of your favorite guests (and one of my favorite people) Educator, Criminalogist, and Grassroots Political Assassinations Researcher Garland Brown. 46 more words

Political Group Demands The Release Of Mumia Abu-Jamal

Political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal is suffering in the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections after several days in the intensive care unit of the Schukylkill Medical Center. During this period of time, his family members and loved ones were either granted very limited time seeing him or denied altogether, according to records. 542 more words