From Africa, Middle East, Latin America to Ukraine – Snowden & Human Rights : Theatre vs Reality

By Tortilla Con Sal Recent legislative theatricals in the US Congress once again brought the issue of mass surveillance into the corporate media headlines and with it the continuing hype around Edward Snowden. Ever since Snowden made his revelations, his supporters have claimed his actions constitute a heroic defence of fundamental civil rights in the…

France : Surveillance Law and Government-backed Terrorism

France’s new surveillance laws will not stop terrorism at home nor quell the legions of terror they are backing, ravaging lands abroad – instead – they will ensure the uncontested expansion of terror used to coerce the French population at home while justifying and carrying out extraterritorial conquest abroad. By Tony Cartalucci France has announced…

EU Plans War to Keep Europe White

For more than 500 years, Europeans have invaded and looted the planet, yet their home civilizations are deemed so fragile that they must be insulated against the cultures of the formerly colonized peoples. Having created millions of Muslim and African war refugees, the Europeans now gear up to attack the boats that might bring them…

Libya, Imperialism and the Refugee Crisis

By Joe Delapaine Starting in 1969, when a group of nationalist officers led a progressive coup against the corrupt Kind Idriss, a series of extensive programs substantially raised the living standards for the people of Libya. For years, right up to the NATO-led overthrow of the nationalist state in 2011, Libya’s six million people enjoyed Africa’s…