Chris Hedges on Challenging the NDAA in Court

April 4, 2012

source: Russia Today    Apr 4, 2012

Last week the case against the National Defense Authorization Act was presented to a judge in New York. One of the plaintiffs in the case has decided to sue the Obama administration claiming that by simply doing his job he could be arrested and detained indefinitely due to the nature of his work, reporting. Chris Hedges, columnist for TruthDig, joins us to explain how his day in court went.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsCiFnE14kA&feature=g-all-u&context=G2c54…


Destabilize the “Patriot” Act Legislation Momentum Now!

February 7, 2011

Nor Cal Truth    Feb 7, 2011

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Hayek: “Emergencies Have Always Been the Pretext on Which the Safeguards of Individual Liberty Have Eroded

November 14, 2009

source: Washingtons Blog

Well-known Austrian economist Friedrich von Hayek wrote:

 “Emergencies” have always been the pretext on which the safeguards of individual liberty have eroded.

 Rahm Emanuel famously said:

Never let a serious crisis go to waste. What I mean by that is it’s an opportunity to do things you couldn’t do before. Read the rest of this entry »


Obamageddon: War as the “Solution” to Economic Depression

August 13, 2009

source: Global Research

An American president is launching the most ambitious, the most expensive, and certainly the most dangerous military campaign since the Vietnam War – and the antiwar movement, such as it is, is missing in action. After a long and bloody campaign in Iraq and the election of a U.S. president pledged to get us out, our government is once again revving up its war machine and taking aim at yet another “terrorist” stronghold, this time in Afghanistan. Yet the antiwar movement’s motor seems stuck in the wrong gear, making no motions toward mounting anything like an effective protest. What gives?

We shouldn’t doubt the scope of the present war effort. Make no mistake: the Obama administration is radically ramping up the stakes in the “war on terrorism,” which, though renamed, has not been revised downward, as the Washington Post reports:

“As the Obama administration expands U.S. involvement in Afghanistan, military experts are warning that the United States is taking on security and political commitments that will last at least a decade and a cost that will probably eclipse that of the Iraq war.”

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Taleb: Our Leadership Is “Literally Incompetent”. They Are Making Things Worse and “Rewarding The People Who Got Us Here”

August 13, 2009

source: Washingtons Blog

 Nassim Nicholas Taleb told it straight on CNBC today, saying:

  • “We still have leadership that’s literally incompetent”
  • The government doesn’t see the problem. They are just applying patches
  • The risks to the economy that were there before are still there. In fact, the risk to the economy is probably worse now than before. Fewer people employed today with same level of debt. We are just converting private debt into government debt
  • Government has a lack of understanding of the disease. The government is treating a guy with lung cancer for a headache. Government hasn’t recognized problem of deleveraging. Structural changes have not been addressed. They’re not working on a cure. Not working to remove tumor
  • Obama has rewarded the people who got us there

VIDEO: “We, The People…” – The Insurrection – Part 1

August 6, 2009

 

video by Adrian Salbuchi, source: Global Research

Salbuchi begins a series of videos with some specific ideas, proposals and suggestions regarding what each of us CAN DO to fight the coming World Government, irrespective of where you are, what your work is, and what your resources – large or small – may be.

All Journeys begin with the First Step. For us, that First Step is to become AWARE that the One-Worldlers promoting WORLD GOVERNMENT are the Enemies of all of us: the Enemies of Mankind.
As such they must be fought, neutralized and overcome…


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