“A sitting US senator proclaimed allegiance to a foreign country, and nobody asked him to resign!”
This article originally appeared at Counterpunch, a leading left-leaning alternative site, in late 2016, but we just came across it and are running it as part of the ongoing debate about excessive Jewish influence of American media and politics. It is evidence of a growing willingness, at least in the alternative media, on both the left and right, to broach this critical subject.
We normally think of colonizers as large countries, and the colonized as smaller and weaker nations. But this is not always the case. Colonization does not require occupation.read more
“Raise your words, not your voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder.” ~Rumi
One of the most common sources of conflict among people is in the way we communicate. Often times, conflicts arise because of the variety of our opinions and beliefs, and also from the way we express our thoughts and communicate disagreement.
A blaming, sometimes even aggressive tone of voice can seep into our language, which invites confrontation instead of collaboration, and conveys a closed “my way or no way” kind of approach.read more
Propaganda alone doesn’t seem to be stemming the tide of mass awakening about the dangers of vaccines, so the vaccine mafia is apparently now resorting to serious threats of violence against its opposition. This was the clear message that was conveyed to vaccine truth advocate Dr. Suzanne Humphries, anyway, who recently received a gruesome death threat in response to her work in spreading vaccine awareness.
It was the evening of January 18, 2018, when Dr. Humphries opened up her inbox to find an anonymous email from someone who promises to kidnap, torture, and murder her – along with “every single one” of her fellow allies who helps to spread vaccine truth. The email is filled with all sorts of explicit language and gruesome details about how its author plans to bring Dr. Humphries’s life to a bitter end.read more
This is a very broad topic, but can basically be summed up under two headings: possessions and atheism.
The lust for material possessions has been aided and abetted by the rich life style of the last century having and living, at least for countries in the West. However, the so-called “have-not” (third world?) lands, there is a great desire for material possessions among those who have been exposed to the kinds of goods which are available in other places.
This arises because, in most instances, the souls who are born into the “have-not” countries are there because, among other reasons, they must learn NOT to covet material things for their own sake. When these individuals again see the kinds of goods that might be available, they rekindle the old covetous streak which they have brought over from a previous life incarnate, and they suffer because their desire to possess these things cannot be fulfilled.read more
When the masculine and the feminine are in balance, there is fluidity, relationship, a flow of energy, unity, totality. This fluidity and balance is perhaps best illustrated by the Taoist image of the indissoluble relationship and complementarity of Yin and Yang. In the broadest terms, the feminine is a containing pattern of energy: receptive, connecting, holding things in relationship to each other; the masculine is an expanding pattern of energy: seeking extension, expansion towards what is beyond. More specifically, the feminine reflects the instinctual matrix and the feeling (heart) values of consciousness; the masculine reflects the questing, goal-defining, ordering, discriminating qualities of consciousness, generally associated with mind or intellect. For millennia women have lived closer to the first pattern; men to the second. But now, there is a deep impulse to balance these within ourselves and in our culture. There is an urgent need to temper the present over-emphasis on the masculine value with a conscious effort to integrate the feminine one.read more
The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS)-movement for Palestinian rights was yesterday formally nominated for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize by the Norwegian MP Bjørnar Moxness (Rødt). This nomination reflects the growing international solidarity with the Palestinian struggle for justice, dignity and freedom from the Israeli occupation.
The BDS Campaign is a Palestinian-led, international non-violent movement for freedom, equality and a just peace for the Palestinian people:
A state-sponsored forced sterilization on a massive scale has allegedly taken place in Africa according to opposition leaders and the public who are railing against the government. An industrial pharmaceutical laboratory has since had its license suspended by the Kenya Accreditation Service as a result of the controversy.
Kenya’s opposition leader Raila Odinga—who swore himself in as president on Tuesday—claimed that at least 500,000 young girls and women may be infertile, following a tetanus vaccine administered by the government in 2014 and 2015.read more
The left is for war, if with big government. The right is for big government, if with war. The perceived differences between the two parties in Washington D.C. are little more than smoke and mirrors to keep Americans constantly arguing while the welfare-warfare state marches on. The recent FISA memo scandal hammers home this point as it shows both democrats and republicans are both lying to us to further their agenda.
Ron Paul wrote an op-ed this week pointing out the hypocrisy exposed in Washington from the release of the FISA memo and it will likely cause heads to explode as it shatters the partisan narrative.read more
It’s happening. The global stock market is plunging. The Dow index tumbles to its lowest 1-day decline in history, -1175 points. The rest of the global market are all in the red. This must be the beginning of the end for the Wolves of Wall Street.
There is suddenly stock-market carnage on Wall Street, shattering what has been a protracted period of low volatility and a mostly uninterrupted climb toward the moon for stocks.
There was no clear-cut catalyst for the decline, which came as the long-running rally fueled by improving corporate earnings and strengthening U.S. and global economic growth accelerated in January.read more