During the hysteria of the covid pandemic questions swirled around how the federal government would respond to the events under the declaration of a national health emergency. What kind of powers would they claim to have and which constitutional rights would they try to suppress? What many Americans did not … Read more...Read More
A new trial, expected to start shortly in the District of Brescia, Northern Italy, is grounded on the accusation that NATO bases in the region of Veneto provided orientation, training and support to infamous right-wing terrorist organizations, most notably Ordine Nuovo. In May 1974, Ordine Nuovo operatives planted a bomb … Read more...Read More
By Edward Curtin | 15 September 2018 OFF-GUARDIAN — n September 10, 2018, I published a laudatory review of the new book, 9/11 Unmasked: An International Review Panel Investigation by David Ray Griffin and Elizabeth Woodworth. It is the definitive […]Read More
Eighty percent of goods and property (Alien Property) owned by Japanese Nisei and German detainees were ransacked, stolen or sold on the cheap during and after WWII according to a postwar survey published in “Years […]
The post The Looting of Japanese-American Assets During WWII first appeared on Winter Watch… Read more...Read More
9/11 brought out the factions battling out the various bones of contention. I happened to notice the handiwork of one of the players in the “anti-conspiracy theory” game, one Brent Lee. Mr. Lee with a […]Read More
Breitbart | Sept. 11, 2023 President Joe Biden falsely claimed he visited Ground Zero in New York City the day after the World Trade Centers were hit and collapsed, marking the 22nd anniversary of the […]Read More
CJ Hopkins So, the Berlin State Prosecutor has launched another criminal investigation of me. Apparently, I’m being charged with reporting on the original investigation of me that the Berlin State Prosecutor launched in June. What happened is, the prosecutor visited my blog and read a column I published in July, … Read more...Read More
Although a plurality of voters think Congress is doing a poor job, overall satisfaction with the national legislature remains near its record high. That’s according to the latest Rasmussen Reports. The national survey results found that 44% think Congress is doing a “poor” job, up from 39% in March. In … Read more...Read More
So, as you can see, despite the extreme flexibility of it’s modeling tools, not only was NIST unable to model the actual collapse with it’s simulations it couldn’t even show a realistic initiation sequence, not even after four extra years of trying.
AND, in the same vein, NISTs simulations … Read more...Read More
It is so long since Brzezinski originally formulated the Mackinder notion, that classical diplomacy has become etiolated.
In 1997, Zbig Brzezinski, the original ‘driver’ behind the making of Afghanistan as a quagmire of ‘mud’ into which Russia was to be dragged, wrote his celebrated book, The Grand Chessboard. It was … Read more...Read More
The Decline of the 9/11 Truth Movement
We are now at the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 Attacks that ushered in our current century and unleashed a series of wars, killing or displacing many millions. The highest-profile terrorist attacks in human history had tremendous importance both for the world and … Read more...Read More
The July military coup in the west African country of Niger has once again brought attention to the fact that the US government runs a global military empire that serves Washington’s special interests, and not the national interest.
Before the coup made news headlines, most Americans – including many serving … Read more...Read More
The “Why Not” Culture: Why The Georgia Final Report Should Worry Us All
Below is my column in the Hill on release of the final report of the Special Purpose Grand Jury in Georgia. The recommendation for sweeping indictments involving 39 people, including current and former
Germany Passes Controversial ‘Green’ Heating Law Estimated To Cost Economy €1 Trillion
After six months of fierce debate, Germany’s left-wing government has passed the country’s controversial green heating law, the Building Energy Act (GEG), with high estimates indicating the law will cost Germany’s
FBI Investigating ‘Cybersecurity Issue’ At MGM Hotels And Casinos
MGM Resorts International was hit with a “cybersecurity issue” Monday that affected gaming, entertainment, and hospitality properties nationwide.
“Promptly after detecting the issue, we quickly began an investigation with assistance from leading external cybersecurity experts. We also notified law enforcement and
IRS Launches ‘Sweeping, Historic’ Tax Enforcement Crackdown Using AI
Authroed by Tom Ozimek via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours),
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that, thanks to a new funding boost, it’s launching a “sweeping, historic” tax enforcement initiative using artificial intelligence and other cutting-edge technologies to catch