We live at a time when the growing catastrophes that face Americans and the rest of the globe are increasingly matched by the accumulation of power by the rich and financial elite. Their fear of democracy is now strengthened by the financial, political and corporate elite’s intensive efforts to normalize their own power and silence those who hold them accountable. For many, we live in a time of utter despair. But resistance is not only possible, it may be more necessary now than at any other time in America’s past,
==Government Zero: No Borders, No Language, No Culture (Savage, Michael)
Can the transnational, totally corrupt technocratic elites allow the truth to destroy the mirage; the lies and systematic propaganda that has, at least to date, sold and upheld an astoundingly resilient imagery of a pile of good intentions, humanitarian altruism and the gold that lies in the American Fascist Empires heart, as not being the total shit that is reality?
Truth will out. The lie will be exposed. However, the wounded animal is at its most dangerous. Watch this and learn about, at least, a few of the lies.
White Helmets Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize–Another Obama travesty and lie in the making?
The White Helmets: Tools of the State Department, Pentagon and NATO; using the human rights ruse for perception management to further their geopolitical agenda in Syria. Time to become informed on what Syria’s “first responder” group, The White Helmets are actually doing in Syria; why they are being funded by the UK Foreign Office, USAID, Soros and various US-backed NGOs; and discover their deep ties to Al-Nusra Front, (al-Qaeda in Syria) and other US-Proxy terrorist groups.
Published on May 20, 2016: In this UK Column News special, Mike Robinson speaks to Vanessa Beeley about Syria’s “first responder” group, the White Helmets who are being pushed forward for nomination for a Nobel Peace Prize. Do they deserve it?
AN INTRODUCTION: Smart Power & The Human Rights Industrial Complex
Human rights in the West: does the reality live up to the rhetoric?
On the surface, the cultural narrative seems innocent enough: billionaire philanthropists, political luminaries and transnational corporations, along with legions of staff and volunteers – all working together in the name of social justice, forging a better, fairer and more accountable world.
The story reads well on paper, and well it should. After all, the 20th century saw a string of apparent failures by various governments to curb and halt some of the most horrific exhibitions of genocide and crimes against humanity. As a result, the door has been opened for many high-profile charities and human rights organizations to play a bigger role in moderating international affairs.
Upon more rigorous inspection, however, a number of uncomfortable realities emerge regarding the 21st century international human rights concern. Though many human rights charities still market themselves as ‘neutral’ and ‘nonpartisan’, the reality is something very different. Below, we will detail a number of high-profile cases where these organisations are being used as public relations organs to further western foreign policy objectives. With public skepticism of the charity sector already at an all-time high, the danger is clear: if conflicts of interest are not addressed in a serious way, they threaten to undermine the credibility of the entire non-governmental organization (NGO) sector internationally.