Tag: Human Rights

Select period from
to
The Problem Is Evil: Of Cyberterrorism, Great Resets, and Political Prisoners
Society
The Problem Is Evil: Of Cyberterrorism, Great Resets, and Political Prisoners
July 29, 2021

The present elite in the west is governed by a misanthropic principle, which views the exercise of power as something measured by the degree to which it can be exercised in the most painful way.

The Same FBI
July 29, 2021

This is the same FBI that tried to force Martin Luther King to commit suicide. This is the same FBI that illegally spied on U.S. citizens who were opposed to the Vietnam War. It’s the same FBI that had an agent illegally impersonate an Associated Press reporter and illegally infect a 15-year-old’s computer with malicious software.

The Same FBI
Editor's Сhoice
The Collective Suicide Machine
Editor's Сhoice
The Collective Suicide Machine
July 27, 2021

Invading Iraq and Afghanistan, dropping iron fragmentation bombs on villages and towns, kidnapping, torturing and imprisoning tens of thousands of people, using drones to sow terror from the skies, resurrected the discredited radical jihadists and was a potent recruiting tool in the fight against U.S. and NATO forces. We were the best thing that ever happened to the Taliban and al Qaeda.

The Assange Case Isn’t About National Security, It’s About Narrative Control
July 9, 2021

The Assange case receives so much attention not because of interest in one man’s fate, but because of interest in everyone’s fate. If humanity is ever to turn away from its self-destructive patterns and create a healthy world, it will necessarily need to do so guided by the light of truth and transparency.

The Assange Case Isn’t About National Security, It’s About Narrative Control
Editor's Сhoice
Sign up for
the Strategic
Culture Foundation
Newsletter
Will This Revelation Free Julian Assange?
Editor's Сhoice
Will This Revelation Free Julian Assange?
July 8, 2021

Key Witness In Julian Assange Case ADMITS TO LYING provides a quick overview of the case against Assange whose “crime” was being a world-class journalist and reporting the egregious war crimes of the United States that were revealed to him. However, the case has fallen apart because the primary witness (a convicted criminal) recently admitted that his testimony against Assange was entirely false.

A Country That Has Lost Its Way: U.S. Government and Corporations Combine to Strip Citizens of Their Rights
July 8, 2021

The Biden Administration is calling on Americans to spy on friends, neighbors and family and reporting any “extremist” views to the authorities.

A Country That Has Lost Its Way: U.S. Government and Corporations Combine to Strip Citizens of Their Rights
Society
The Empire Depends On Psychological Compartmentalization
Editor's Сhoice
The Empire Depends On Psychological Compartmentalization
July 7, 2021

Britain’s High Court has granted the US government limited permission to appeal its extradition case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, meaning that the acclaimed journalist will continue to languish in prison for exposing US war crimes while the appeals process plays out.

How Donald Rumsfeld Micromanaged Torture
July 3, 2021

What Rumsfeld did not mention in all his public protestations of regret over Abu Ghraib was that in the same month of May 2004 he had on his desk a report prepared by the Navy inspector general’s office detailing the interrogation methods, refined in their cruelty, being practiced on Jose Padilla and other inmates in the South Carolina naval brig.

How Donald Rumsfeld Micromanaged Torture
Editor's Сhoice
More