Assange to run for the Australian Senate: You can't exile thinking

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, this Thursday formally introduced via a connection from Skype of London, The WikiLeaks Party, which will compete for a seat in the Senate in the legislative elections in Australia, scheduled for September 14 of 2014. The new lineup, so far, will represent seven candidates for the upper house in the states […]

Ruppert Murdoch: "Paying bribes is the culture of my business"

Bribery undermines the Murdoch media empire Detectives from Scotland Yard are seeking a secret recording in which billionaire, Ruppert Murdoch, admitted that wiretapping practices and paying bribes to British officials in exchange for exclusive newspaper coverage is a culture in the business of newspapers he owns which includes The Sun and The Times, among others. […]

Bugging device found in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London: Surveillance Group Limited

The controversy over Ecuador and the US’s continuing full blunt trauma to the head of the tiny South American country seems to never end.  Now the plot thickens with the disclosure that the Ecuadorian Embassy in England was bugged. The London, Guardian newspaper has reported that Ecuador has said it found a listening device in […]

Britain: Kids out of work without a compass

  England, where one in five companies provide lessons in the three Rs because thousands of school graduates are lacking in basic skills and a country where children cannot find their way home The survey by the Confederation of British Industry of almost 700 employers found half were ‘troubled’ by their employees’ reading and writing  […]

Ghosts of War Crimes Past, Present and Future Haunt Retired Politicians

On April 24, 2010, lured to Malaysia and Singapore by a hefty £350,000 speaking fee, Tony Blair, the former prime minister of Britain, carefully hid from protestors armed with slippers to throw at him, as well as from a posse of delegates charged with serving Blair an indictment for war crimes.[1] In March Blair’s lucrative […]

The Democratic Illusion

The Democratic Illusion By: Solomon Comissiong The illusion of democracy within the illegitimate borders of America continues to psychologically obfuscate masses of US citizens. Just as people who are strung out on opiates begin to hallucinate imaging a “reality” that simply does not exist, so too are most Americans as they continue believing that their […]

THE DECLINE OF THE CHURCH?

By Saul Landau Scandals distract the public from focusing on key issues. Sometimes, however, they also provide insights into the character of leading cultural and political figures — and their institutions. When the story finally broke — after perhaps centuries of cover-ups — about priests abusing youthful members of their flock I smirked, not of […]

American Monetary Institute (AMI): History of money, monetary reform, and public action. 2 of 6

engage in comments at source. The American Monetary Institute is the world’s leading organization for understanding monetary history and how to reform monetary policy. These six articles reprint AMI’s principle information, available at AMI’s website, with their express permission to share widely:  Explaining the need for monetary reform: the heart of our economic crisis Monetary […]

Canadian Council on Learning to be Replaced by More Business Focused Think-Tank

By guest blogger George Thompson The Canadian Council on Learning (CCL) has provided precisely the kind of alignment desired by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, a globalization think-tank which is responsible for the “raise the bar” and “close the gap” propaganda used to pressure governments into the public-private “partnership” model in most of […]

Congress Reviews the Issue of Judicial Recusal

The issue of recusal now being reviewed by the House Committee on the Judiciary, is but a subpart of greater issue which Congress must investigate based on  the evidence of a conspiracy of government attorneys and judges declaring themselves absolutely immune from suit for tortious and/or criminal obstruction of justice by denying access to an […]