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Sailing on the Prevailing Wind of the Temporary

Sailing on the Prevailing Wind of the Temporary

Sure, it can get cold and lonely on The Lonesome Highway but there are unexpected perks that go down when one gets past the probationary period

Canadian Terror Wave a Modern-Day Gladio

Canadian Terror Wave a Modern-Day Gladio

Canada’s attacks were predictable – Western security agencies are the prime suspects, Tony Cartalucci explains

Bibeau. Click to enlarge

Making Sense of Ottawa Shooting

Everything was calculated to exaggerate the threat. Canadian Henry Makow explains why

China's DF-21 missile, reportedly capable of sinking US aircraft carriers. Click to enlarge

China says wants closer military ties with Iran

China wants to have closer military ties with Iran, the Chinese defence minister told the visiting head of the Iranian navy on Thursday

Moscow says U.S. working on military ‘scenarios’ at Russia’s borders

Another indication that a chill is returning to Cold War levels in relations between Russia and the West

The Narcotic Humming of the Planetary Sleep Machine

The Narcotic Humming of the Planetary Sleep Machine

He’s back with some chilling, but strangely amusing insights for your own inner phrenologist to contemplate

Official autopsy shows Michael Brown had close-range wound to his hand, marijuana in system

Wounds consistant with claims that Brown tried to grab officers firearm

Is It Haskala Or Culture of Defeat?

Is It Haskala Or Culture of Defeat?

Gilad Atzmon on how Israel now embodies fanaticism and hard-core Jewish supremacy with materialism and hedonism

Armed RCMP officers head towards the Langevin Block on Parliament Hilll following a shooting incident in Ottawa Wednesday. Click to enlarge

Soldier shot; gunman enters Canadian parliament, many shots fired

An eyewitness said he heard shots, and saw an armed man dressed in black with a scarf over his face running towards parliament

Fiona Woolf. Click to enlarge

Child abuse inquiry chair is ‘beyond the pale’ and must step down over dinner party links to top Tory Leon Brittan, say victims

The inquest into high level paedophilia seems to be turning into a cover-up

How to Start a War and Lose an Empire

Washington is not only totally evil, Dmitry Orlov explains, it is also a totally stupid collection of psychopaths

GCHQ: the British government's listening post in Cheltenham. Click to enlarge

British Spy Chief Calls For Crackdown On Internet Freedom

Says increased surveillance needed because the internet has become home to the “worst aspects of human nature”

Head of abuse inquiry faces calls to quit over ‘establishment’ ties and links to Leon Brittan

The head of an inquiry into historic cases of child sex abuse revealed to have been friendly with the former Home Secretary under whose watch the abusers originally evaded prosecution

William Cooper

William Cooper’s Chilling NWO Revelations

Former high level U.S. Naval Intelligence officer, William Cooper talks about documents he came across outlining plans for the subjugation of the U.S. Includes video

Vegetarians have fewer, less-healthy sperm than meat-eaters – study

Study also finds levels of pesticides in fruit and vegetables also affected male reproductive health

Chinese warship berths in the Iranian post of Bandar Abbas before sailing on joint naval exercise with Iran's navy. Click to enlarge

Navy exercises bring Iran, China closer

With the Persian Gulf so important, economically and strategically, China is now forging stonger ties with Iran to secure its influence over the waterway

Obama seeks 34 million blank green cards, work permits

Have the 34 MILLION blank ‘green cards’ and work permits been ordered in preparation for Obama declaring an ‘amnesty’ for illegal immigrants?

Jennifer Lawrence. Esquire cover. Click to enlarge

Is Actress Justified to Feel “Violated”?

Or does her indignation sound hollow coming from a Hollywood starlet who has already exploited her feminine allure to further her own career?

Bazran Halil, a Kurdish rights activist and journalist, and his wife Raushan

‘Even animals don’t do it’: Kobani siege survivors on ISIS brutality

A Kurdish human rights activist and his wife describe the wanton brutality of ISIS terrorists. Includes video

Iran state TV says death of journalist in Turkey is ‘suspect’

Iranian TV has pointed the finger of blame at Turkey over the death of one of their journalist who had days earlier complained of “harassment” by Turkish authorities