Exploiting bloodshed to ‘re-connect with the American people’
Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Despite Barack Obama’s apparent hesitancy to politicize last week’s Aurora massacre for election points scoring, his supporters have been far less reserved, urging the President to hijack such attacks in order to secure re-election.
As we reported yesterday, Time Magazine lamented the fact that Obama had not been forceful enough in seizing upon Friday’s [...]
The French-led counter-attack and rumblings of revolt through every branch of the EU institutions last week have brought this aberrant phase of the eurozone crisis to an abrupt end.
“It’s not for Germany to decide for the rest of Europe,” said François Hollande, soon to be French leader, unless he trips horribly next week. Strong words even for the hustings.
“If I am elected president, there will be a change in Europe’s [...]
2012 will be the 11th time in my short life that I will be able to participate in the choosing of a president of the United States.
While it may just be me, it seems like each and every election is cast as the most important election of our time and a defining moment for the American Experiment. The future of the Republic was being weighed in the balance, and only the [...]
By Polya Lesova
LONDON (MarketWatch) — Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, said in Berlin on Monday that the global economy could slide into a “1930s moment” unless Europe deals with its debt crisis and other economic powerhouses such as the U.S. and China fulfill their responsibilities. “What we must all understand is that this is a defining moment,” Lagarde said at the German Council on Foreign [...]
As a P.T. (often referred to as perpetual traveller, permanent tourist or prior taxpayer), I have travelled to nearly 100 countries. During those travels there has always been one defining moment, upon entry into a country, which shows that the country is what is generally thought of as a “third world country”.
It is the moment when, upon arrival, you are charged a fee to enter the country. The reason generally [...]
The Intel Hub
October 2, 2011
The NYPD has arrested over 700 protesters who were occupying the Brooklyn Bridge in what could very well be a defining moment in the battle for freedom and liberty in America.
The police apparently corralled the protesters(depending on whose story you believe) onto the Brooklyn Bridge and then started their arrests of American citizens protesting the very banks that have destroyed this country from [...]
The first rule of media (especially when dealing with an idiot audience that has a 7 second attention span): when all else fails, redirect. That’s precisely what Eurogroup president, and certified, sanctimonious, pompous liar, Jean-Claude Juncker just did today, as it is becoming increasingly clear that nobody in Europe has any clue just what the Greek bailout #2 will look like now that the ECB and [...]
They gathered in HC-5 all week talking — sometimes complaining loudly — about where the party was headed in the budget crisis. Many said House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) didn’t share enough information. Others were peeved he wasn’t pushing for deep enough cuts. Some were ready for a government shutdown.
And on Friday night, Boehner himself was unsure what would happen. Halfway through a closed-door meeting [...]