Subverting Medicine:
The Role of the Federation of State Medical Boards

Where does the FSMB derive its authority to regulate U.S. medical boards and, through its apparent international partner, the IAMRA, direct medical councils around the world to discipline doctors?

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Partners in Survival: Reviving the “McCloy-Zorin Agreement”

For the people of the United States to accept a world order without a hegemon means that the people of the United States would abandon the notion of “American exceptionalism”. But it is precisely an abandonment of this notion that is the essential…

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Why The West’s Strategy in Ukraine Is So Dangerous

The trouble over Ukraine started at NATO’s Bucharest summit in April 2008, when G.W. Bush’s administration pushed the alliance to announce Ukraine and Georgia “will become members”.

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On the Edge of a Nuclear Abyss

It is very hard to accept that the leaders of your own country commit and contemplate unspeakable evil deeds and that they wish to control your mind. To contemplate that they might once again use nuclear weapons is unspeakable but necessary if we…

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The Death of Genuine Organic Farming Enforced by the USDA

All USDA-licensed processing plants are required to treat ALL meat (even the local, grass-fed, organic variety) with synthetic preservatives.

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By using Ukraine to fight Russia, the US provoked Putin’s war

Rather than end the proxy war that it helped start in Ukraine, the US has only fueled it over the last eight years with billions in weapons, a drive to incorporate Ukraine into NATO, an expansion of US offensive weapons around Russia, and a…

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NATO Expansion: What Gorbachev Heard

US Sec. of State James Baker’s famous “not one inch eastward” assurance about NATO expansion with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev on February 9, 1990, was part of a cascade of assurances about Soviet security given by Western leaders to Gorbachev…

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Film: The Doctrine of Discovery
Unmasking The Domination Code

This documentary calls upon the Holy See at the Vatican to revoke the papal decrees that set into motion the Doctrine of Christian Domination, and points out that the values and teachings of Original Free Nations are a sacred path for all Life.

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JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass by Oliver Stone

JFK Revisited emphatically shows why JFK’s assassination is crucial for understanding the United States today. For without a clear and unambiguous accounting of why he was killed and by whom (I do not mean the actual shooters), and who in the…

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500 Years of Injustice: The Legacy of Fifteenth Century Religious Prejudice

On spiritually significant steps toward creating a way of life that is no longer based on greed and subjugation and begins to create a lifestyle based on the first indigenous principle: "Respect the Earth and have a Sacred Regard for All Living…

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President John F. Kennedy: His Life and Public Assassination

To understand why and by whom he was assassinated on November 22, 1963, one needs to apprehend this pressure and the reasons why President Kennedy consistently resisted it, as well as the consequences of that resistance. It is a key to understanding…

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U.S. Terrorism 101: The Bert Sacks Story

Thus did Kate Pflaumer, in an act of conscience and upholding her legal obligation as an attorney, call the U.S a terrorist state. This probably never would have happened without the non-violent hammer of Bert Sacks, who over the years has made nine…

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U.S. wargames in Nordic region aimed at Moscow

The US & NATO are rapidly developing a military encirclement of Russia with heavy emphasis on the Nordic region - the High North. It is a Cuban-missile crisis in reverse. Few in the west know anything about it.

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Colonel L. Fletcher Prouty on The Pentagon Papers

“In this book, I have used various editions of the Pentagon Papers as reference material. They are useful and they are quite accurate as far as individual documents go, but they are dangerous in the hands of those who do not have the experience or…

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Edward Curtin: An Invitation to Seeking Truth in a Country of Lies

In putting together this selection of essays, I was reminded of what Albert Camus once wrote: “A man’s work is nothing but this slow trek to rediscover, through the detours of art, those two or three great and simple images in whose presence his…

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