Already Causing a Stir: My Remarks at the UN Conference on Palestine

Typical example of what happens to one in our government if you even think of touching this subject.


Cynthia McKinney

It is fitting that on the same day as this headline appeared, “Pro-Israeli US lawmakers urge bombing Syria air bases, arming militants, invasion,” I delivered the following remarks to the United Nations International Meeting on the Question of Palestine:

1.       My name is Cynthia McKinney and I served as aMember of the U.S. Congress for 12 years. During my time in Congress, Istrove to make respect for human rights a central feature in the formulation ofU.S. foreign policy.  Amid minor successes, I have to say that my effortswhile, broadly appreciated by many, failed miserably. That failure stemsin part from the peculiarities of U.S. politics that allow policy formulationto deviate from and in many cases become diametrically opposed to the values ofthe people of the U.S.  Sadly, what we in the U.S. call “specialinterests” are able to buy public policy by way of campaign contributionsand misleading media campaigns.  These…

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Straight talk



The police service switched to a police FORCE, 

invading and usurping other countries through deceit,

door-to-door house raids on innocent citizens,

city curfews due to a government false flag,

tanks driving through our cities as the new normal.


There is a word for all of this –

it’s called tyranny




The multiple forms of taxes, fines, penalties, rising costs of living whilst earnings get reduced, corrupt pension schemes, corrupt insurance schemes, corrupt utilities bills when there is free energy anyway.


There is a word for all of this –

it’s called theft



Getting up at ridiculously early hours, when you don’t want to, when you need the extra sleep, or when you are ill. When you have no energy or desire whatsoever to go to work, other than to earn mammon. For a job which is spiritually and creatively degrading…

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C.I.A. delivers ‘tens of millions of dollars’ to Afghan druglords, Taliban


C.I.A. delivers ‘tens of millions of dollars’ to Afghan druglords, Taliban

29 Apr 2013 For more than a decade, wads of American dollars packed into suitcases, backpacks and, on occasion, plastic shopping bags have been dropped off every month or so at the offices of Afghanistan’s president — courtesy of the Central Intelligence Agency. All told, tens of millions of dollars have flowed from the C.I.A. to the office of President Hamid Karzai, according to current and former advisers to the Afghan leader. “We called it ‘ghost money,'” said Khalil Roman, who served as Mr. Karzai’s chief of staff from 2002 until 2005. “It came in secret, and it left in secret.” Much of the C.I.A.’s money goes to paying off warlords and politicians, many of whom have ties to the drug trade and, in some cases, the Taliban. [Meanwhile, USociopaths are poised to cut Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid…

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Lest We Forget–Former CIA officer says Mossad posing as FBI agents In America



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By Philip Giraldi


Israeli government claims that it does not spy on the United States are intended for the media and popular consumption. The reality is that Israel’s intelligence agencies target the United States intensively, particularly in pursuit of military and dual-use civilian technology. Among nations considered to be friendly to Washington, Israel leads all others in its active espionage directed against American companies and the Defense Department. It also dominates two commercial sectors that enable it to extend its reach inside America’s domestic infrastructure: airline and telecommunications security. Israel is believed to have the ability to monitor nearly all phone records originating in the United States, while numerous Israeli air-travel security companies are known to act as the local Mossad stations.


As tensions with Iran increase, sources in the counterintelligence community…

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Why Psychiatry Has No Credibility


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In 1886, Pliny Earle, then the superintendent of the state hospital for the insane in Northampton, Massachusetts, complained to his fellow psychiatrists that “in the present state of our knowledge, no classification of insanity can be erected upon a pathological basis.”

Doctors in other specialties were using microscopes and chemical assays to discern the material causes of illness and to classify diseases accordingly. But psychiatrists, confronted with the impenetrable complexities of the brain, were “forced to fall back upon the symptomatology of the disease—the apparent mental condition, as judged from the outward manifestations.” The rest of medicine may have been galloping into modernity on the back of science, but Earle and his colleagues were being left in the dust.

Thirty years later, they had not caught up. In 1917, Thomas Salmon, another leading psychiatrist, echoed Earle’s worry in an address to his…

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