Between the Devil and the Green New Deal

A revolution that had as its aim the flourishing of all human life would certainly mean immediate decarbonization, a rapid decrease in energy use for those in the industrialized global north, no more cement, very little steel, almost no air travel,…

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Considering Systemic Collapse and Our Profound Dependence on Electricity

The world we have fashioned in this dimension—with its extremely tight coupling between a.) the amount of electricity we use-and-need to run this increasingly overloaded “growth” world and b.) the digitalization of all human knowledge—is…

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Anatomy of an AI system: The Amazon Echo As An Anatomical Map Of Human Labor, Data and Planetary Resources

This unusually sophisticated critical analysis assesses a portion of the immensity required to produce and run our Electric Civilization era.

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Will NPR Now Officially Change Its Name to National Propaganda Radio?

Perhaps NPR will soon enlighten the American public by interviewing its new head honcho and asking him if he thinks Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning, by exposing America’s war crimes, and Edward Snowden, by exposing the U.S. government’s vast…

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Are You Scared Yet? The War Without an Enemy – Terrorism and the Strategy of Tension

William S. Burroughs said, that paranoia is having all the facts. My purpose isn’t to make other people paranoid. My purpose is to hopefully enlighten people about what’s happening around them and what they ought to be putting their focus on.

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Jim Garrison: A Heritage of Stone

Since the end of World War II the United States has spent a thousand billion dollars—one trillion dollars—furnished by the American people, who have been colonized by these men and their hunger for power. Could the CIA kill a President to keep such…

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John Judge 1991 to 2014 Video Archive Listing

Privilege is the first and most basic violence asserted in a society. It kills the human spirit. It creates the rage that leads to all the other violence, historically. So if you end that privilege, if you restore justice, then you restore hope.…

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Toward a Paradigm Change for Mother Earth – Understanding the Empire Domination Model of Christianity: A Way of Liberation

Working on climate change without working on Paradigm Change would be a grave mistake. We need a mental and behavioral shift away from the prevailing paradigm of domination, dehumanization, and greed, the symptoms of which are everywhere on planet…

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Sir! No Sir! The G.I. Revolt

In the 1960’s an anti-war movement INSIDE THE MILITARY emerged that altered the course of history. Yet today few people know about the GI movement against the war in Vietnam.

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Losing Earth? Realign with Original Free Peoples’ Great Law and Find Her Again

An analysis of the steadfast denial of the actual foundations and development of U.S. society and culture is explored here with regard to the catastrophic, accelerating changes to Earth’s climate reaching critical mass in recent decades.

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On War and Its Human Costs to Veterans: C.H.O.I.C.E.S.

“Suicides are still a major problem during and after wars. There were 150,000 suicides—three times as many as the combat deaths in Vietnam—in the first six years. Afterwards they cut off the statistics.” —John Judge, Committee for High School…

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Gaeton Fonzi: Who Killed JFK?

There Were Two Conspiracies in the Kennedy Assassination: The First Was to Murder the President. The Second Was to Pretend There Was a Full and Complete Investigation.

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The Occupation of the American Mind – Israel’s Public Relations War in the United States

“Government officials and mainstream media elites are denying the U.S. American people the basic information they need to make sense of one of the most consequential conflicts in the world.” —FILMMAKERS' STATEMENT

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Gaeton Fonzi: Supremely Gifted Investigator, Journalist, Author

“Gaeton was fearless, a warrior whose only weapons were eloquent words based on intensive, unbiased research.” —Marie Fonzi

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Oren Lyons: On The Indigenous View of the World

“We always said that we have been told and understand that we’re relatives. Where our white brother will talk about water and trees and animals and fish as resources we talk about them as relatives. That’s a whole different perspective. If you think…

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