Tom Secker and Matthew Alford report on their astonishing findings from trawling through thousands of new US military and intelligence documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act. The documents reveal for the first time the vast scale of US government control in Hollywood, including the ability to manipulate scripts or even prevent films too critical of the Pentagon from being made — not to mention influencing some of the most popular film franchises in recent years.
If you need evidence that politicians and the mainstream media pick and choose which oppressive conflicts to cover in order to further geopolitical ambitions, you need only Google “West Papua.”
When Oliver Stone asked Vladimir Putin whether the US will dominate or not if a nuclear war breaks out, Putin responded, “No one will survive such a war.” In other words, US officials shouldn’t even attempt to incite Russia to get into an unnecessary nuclear war because that would be the “end of history.”
Never one to accept the U.S. government’s official explanation of events without question, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh has investigated Donald Trump’s decision to strike the al-Shayat Airbase in Syria in April of this year, which the president launched amid widespread allegations that the Syrian government committed a chemical weapons attack.
On June 25, veteran journalist Seymour Hersh released a bombshell article revealing a number of facets regarding the alleged chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria and the resulting volley of Tomahawk missiles fired by the United States at the al-Sha’aryat airbase in response. Hersh’s article provides the reader with what many of us already knew and wrote about at the time; i.e. that the Syrian military did not conduct a chemical weapons attack and that the United States was fully aware of that fact. Still, the U.S. government opted to use the attack as a justification for launching 59 Tomahawk missiles at a Syrian airbase that resulted in the deaths of Syrian soldiers, civilians, and children from the nearby village.
Now that the Russian hacking narrative has been blown apart, with Democrat election losses in Georgia and CNN taking cover for its exposed fake news about Russian election meddling, leave it to NATO to find ways to keep Cold War tension with Russia at a dangerous level. NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg warned that the military alliance must beef up its defence against cyberattacks, declaring that a cyberattack can trigger their Article 5 mutual defence commitment.
US Defence Officials ‘Have No Idea’ Why White House Made Statement on Possible Syrian Chemical Attack
The White House has said it believes the Syrian government is planning a chemical weapons attack and warned Bashar al-Assad that his regime will “pay a heavy price” if it does so. However, several US defence officials have said they are not familiar with the intelligence that informed the statement.
It is time that Americans open their eyes and acknowledge the atrocities being committed in their name; the actions being perpetrated upon any and all who do not conform to the greater western agenda, all under the guise of fredoom, liberty, even progress, while providing the exact opposite.
Barely a day ago, one of the top Google searches regarding Syria was Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh’s recent bombshell that the Trump administration did not have any intelligence linking Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to an alleged chemical weapons attack in Khan Sheikhoun in April of this year — but that he went ahead and bombed Assad’s… Read More ›
“We are rapidly entering the age of no privacy, where everyone is open to surveillance at all times; where there are no secrets from government.” ― William O. Douglas, Supreme Court Justice (1966) The government has become an expert in finding ways to sidestep what it considers “inconvenient laws” aimed at ensuring accountability and thereby… Read More ›