Connecticut police threaten to arrest independent journalists or whistle-blowers, who questions their version of the story.
July 19, 2012
Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi is turning more and more to the CIA for making his government’s critical decisions as the foundation of his regime crumbles, a political analyst says.
In an article published on Tuesday, independent journalist Thomas C. Mountain said that the isolation surrounding Meles Zenawi grows almost by the day as he faces “more insurgencies, an ongoing economic crisis and calls for regime change from [...]
Sunday, July 15, 2012
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived in Egypt for her first talks with the country’s newly-elected Islamist President, Mohammed Morsi.She says she’s there to push for a completion of post-revolution change in the country and for economic restoration. For more RT talks to Middle East expert and independent journalist, Larry Everest.
May 20, 2012
The annual G8 summit is over, with no tangible result in saving Europe from financial crisis. Focused on debt-torn Greece, the world’s most powerful, yet indebted, economies expressed support to Athens staying in eurozone despite planning its exit.
The American president’s residence at Camp David was invaded by Europeans over the weekend, or at least it seemed that way, with almost all G8 talk touching on the eurozone.
The economic [...]
May 15, 2012
As chaos consumes Libya, with death squads roaming the fractured nation committing atrocities, torture, racist genocide, and mired in infighting, and with the violence in Syria now fully exposed as foreign terrorists organized, armed, directed, and staged since 2007 by the US, Israel, and Saudi Arabia, one might think journalists today would be careful about invoking these “successes” while trying to sow destabilization elsewhere. But for Russian [...]
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Greece’s long-term economic outlook blew a sigh of relief on Tuesday. The Eurozone finance ministers agreed on a 130-billion-euro bailout for the country that has gone through waves of austerity measures. Although Greece was set to go into nonpayment next month, they have dodged default once again. Part of the default deal was to make more cuts to services for the Greek people and the move [...]
Mitt Romney Questioned on FED, Goldman Sachs, Luke Rudkowski kicked out
We Are Change
January 11, 2012
Mitt Romney staffers became uneasy and kicked out Luke after the horror of an independent journalist asking an anointed GOP candidate a real question during an election rally. Meanwhile, Romney now claims that he does support the Federal Reserve- that is, auditing the Fed- contradicting previous statements and side-stepping his heavy-backing from Goldman Sachs and [...]
Foul-mouthed collectivists don’t want their creepy “consensus” meetings being filmed
Paul Joseph Watson
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
A new video from the ‘Occupy DC’ event in Washington betrays how leftist agitators are busy trying to drown out any message that doesn’t correlate with their collectivist “consensus,” as the First Amendment is sabotaged when a freelance journalist is blocked from filming a public protest.
It seems as though some of the [...]
August 21, 2011
Heavy gunfire and explosions have been reported in the Libyan capital, and according to rebel commanders, the firing signals the start of a final onslaught on Muammar Gadaffi’s stronghold.
Earlier NATO-backed rebels in Libya said that a battle for the capital Tripoli could unfold by the end of the month, as they had taken key cities around the Gaddafi stronghold. However, rounds have been [...]
There is a lot of unrest in the US on how our government has been handling matters lately. Should the riots in England serve as a warning for the US? Spending on wars and cutting social programs are things that both the US and UK are doing. Luke Rudkowski, an independent journalist, and Kathryn Dill, lead reporter for Truth March, tell us if the US [...]
The Japanese government is starting radiation checkups for more than two million people living near the crippled Fukushima plant. But many citizens of the country fear those in charge prefer face-saving public ignorance to life-saving knowledge.
Thousands of Japanese recently took to the streets of Tokyo to protest against nuclear energy. In a culture that is generally non-confrontational and obedient, it is a serious sign of discontent.
“After this crisis, it is [...]