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‘Getting Trump’ with the New McCarthyism

Yes, I get it. A lot of people want to remove Donald Trump from the presidency for a lot of understandable reasons: his breathtaking incompetence, his relentless narcissism, his destructive policies, etc. 2,931 more words


Robert Parry | The ‘Soft Coup’ of Russia-gate

Where is Stanley Kubrick when we need him? If he hadn’t died in 1999, he would be the perfect director to transform today’s hysteria over Russia into a theater-of-the-absurd movie reprising his Cold War classic, “Dr. 2,622 more words

U.S. Foreign Policy

Watergate Redux or ‘Deep State’ Coup?

The whole Comey/Russophobia issue continues to spiral past propaganda, past delusion and into total madness. Social media is boiling with neoliberals telling each other Trump is a “new Nixon” for sacking Comey. 1,908 more words

Empire Watch

“The ‘Soft Coup’ of Russia-gate

Comment from BJ Marsh related to The defences of Trump:

I think the following deserves a place in this discussion purely on the basis of the author’s history of revealing the details of the Iran Contra affair. 2,546 more words


Watergate Redux or ‘Deep State’ Coup?

President Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday reflected a growing concern inside the White House that the long-rumored scheme by “deep state” operatives to overturn the results of the 2016 election may have been more than just rumors. 1,770 more words


Robert Parry Warns – The New York Times is Cheering on Censorship Algorithms

Source: LibertyBlitzkrieg.com
Michael Krieger
May 3, 2017

The 2016 Presidential election was a gigantic wakeup call for the corporate press in the U.S. not so much because Hillary Clinton lost, but because it represented the end of mainstream media’s ability to seamlessly force feed narratives down the throats of a gullible and pliant American public. 989 more words


The Existential Question of Whom to Trust

The looming threat of World War III, a potential extermination event for the human species, is made more likely because the world’s public can’t count on supposedly objective experts to ascertain and evaluate facts. 3,220 more words