(NewsVoice) MEDIA. Det avgörande skälet till att NewsWeek-journalisten Tareq Haddad sa upp sin anställning var när NewsWeek vägrade publicera ett avslöjande om att en påstådd kemisk attack i staden Douma i Syrien var fabricerad. Den prisade organisationen OPCW som undersökte fallet hade ”gömt ett berg av bevis” som avslöjade fabricerandet, säger Tareq Haddad. →
(Humans Are Free) Mark Crispin Miller, a Professor of Media Studies at New York University, is best known for his analysis of U.S. Election fraud and the overall deception and obfuscation of truth perpetrated by those at the top of the power pyramid.
He characterizes the books that serve the truth about American history, politics, war, economics, and media as ‘an embarrassment of riches,’ but his aim is to sift through all these books and find the ones that most pressingly need to be heard about, known, and widely read.
He speaks about why these books, many of which are ‘out of print,’ need to be re-introduced to the public for consumption as they were targeted by the Deep State as books that were to be buried. →
Read more & video: “These 5 Censored Books Tell a History the Establishment Wants Hidden” (12;47) via — Humans Are Free
The highest ranking marine and most decorated US solider at the time, Smedley Butler, told the truth about war in 1935 and how it’s not what we really think it is. It’s not about protection from harm, it’s about big business and special interests.
Why do so many people believe that war is necessary, and that the military establishment is here to protect our freedom? Is it true, or is it simply propaganda to blind us from what’s really going on?
Wear Yellow on Saturdays to Say: We’re Awake, We’re Aware, We’re United
December 14, 2018
Credit: Hindustan Times
I’d like to see people around the world wearing yellow every Saturday.
I invite people everywhere to join in.
What we’d mean to say by it is this:
“We’re awake, we’re aware, we’re united.”
“We want peace and justice. We’re joining in the wearing of this color to secure them, peacefully.”
Anything yellow will do. A yellow shirt. A yellow shawl. Even a yellow ribbon.
And restricting it to one day a week, and a day when most people are not working, should make it do-able.
If millions participated until we achieve our aims, we could tip (1) public awareness, (2) public willingness to learn, and (3) public willingness to speak out and in other ways peacefully demonstrate.
Just one symbol can spark an experience of global unity that could change the face of the world. The assassination of John Kennedy was an example of such a spark. 9/11 was another.
But somehow we weren’t willing to act then. The sparks fell on wet ground. We regretted and adjusted and went on with life.
Years later, we see how deep the depravity in world leadership has gone – child trafficking and sacrifice, ubiquitous sexual harassment, the suppression of women in many countries, child labor, impoverishment, war, and genocide (eg., Indian children in Canada). We know how bad the situation is.
Never in human history have so many been oppressed by so few.
This is definitely a crossroads for the world. Do we tolerate the New World Order’s control over the world another day, another week, another year, with large numbers lost to child trafficking or regional wars, or do we take the world back – peacefully?
We’re ending the global suppression. The wearing of yellow is our declaration of independence. (1)
Timing is important. The matter is up now. The protest of the yellow vests in France is spreading. This is the time to act on expressing our solidarity with the people of France and the downtrodden of the world (among them, us).
We make this global declaration: We’re awake, aware, and united. Wearing yellow is our way of expressing it.
We invite all officers of the law and military forces to join us in restoring peace and justice to the world. Wear yellow.
(1) Someone create a #YellowForPeace.
Credit: Operation Disclosure
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