The MH17 False Flag

One of Many by Gordon Duff New Eastern Outlook (May 27 2018) It was July 17 2014 and a war was raging in Ukraine between American backed extremists who had taken Kiev in a bloody coup and purge. A Malaysian Airlines passenger jet with 298 onboard was directed by air traffic controllers themselves controlled … Continue reading The MH17 False Flag

Wikipedia as Propaganda Not History

MH17 as an Example by Eric Zuesse (July 08 2015) Wikipedia articles are more propaganda than they are historical accounts. And, often, their cited sources are misleading, or even false. On 15 August 2007, the BBC headlined "Wikipedia Shows CIA Page Edits" {1}, and Jonathan Fildes reported that, "An online tool that claims … Continue reading Wikipedia as Propaganda Not History

Philip Cross Madness

Part Four by Craig Murray - Historian, Former Ambassador, Human Rights Activist (May 22 2018) Mike Barson, keyboard player of the great ska group Madness, had his Wikipedia entry amended by "Philip Cross" to delete his membership of Momentum and interview with The Canary. This apparently trivial incident raises an important question. How … Continue reading Philip Cross Madness

The “Philip Cross” MSM Promotion Operation

Part Three by Craig Murray - Historian, Former Ambassador, Human Rights Activist (May 21 2018) "Philip Cross" has just 200 Twitter followers, but has more mainstream media ("MSM") journalists following him than are to be found among my 42,300 twitter followers. Despite the fact a large majority of "Philip Cross's" tweets are mere retweets, … Continue reading The “Philip Cross” MSM Promotion Operation

Cheney Recalls Taking Charge from Bunker (September 11 2002) As horrified Americans watched the terror attacks of September 11 2001, unfold on their television sets, Vice President Dick Cheney directed the US government's response from an emergency bunker. The actions included moving key members of Congress to a secure location and having the Secret Service bring his wife, Lynn, to … Continue reading Cheney Recalls Taking Charge from Bunker

More About Wikipedia’s Corruption

by Eric Zuesse Strategic Culture Foundation (May 28 2018) The latest report about Wikipedia's corruption comes from the great investigative journalist Craig Murray, who had been in the UK's Foreign Service from 1984 to 2004 and who was forced out in 2004 because, having been since 2002 UK's Ambassador to Uzbekistan, he decided to … Continue reading More About Wikipedia’s Corruption