When did the coup happen here, and how did we miss it? I always imagined military coups to occur when jack-booted generals marched into the town square in front of columns of heavily armed soldiers. Pinochet, Mussolini, Franco come to mind – we’ve all seen the pictures. But here in the United States, nobody even has a clue as to when the Pentagon, and its secret policing, “anti-terrorist” organizations took control of the U.S. government and its people.
- The Stimulator: Big Brother, eh?
- Bernie Sanders is no Eugene Debs by Howie Hawkins + Will Bernie Sanders Take on Hillary Clinton? by Ralph Nader
- Ukraine Labor Dares Operation Vulture by Michael Hudson
- Michael Hudson: Fast-Track for Whom? + Julian Assange on the #TPP: Secretive Deal Isn’t About Trade, But Corporate Control
- Don’t Enlist, But Don’t Just Take My Word For It by Lo (repost)
- Romero (1989) + Chomsky on Oscar Romero + Massacre during Romero’s funeral (must-see)
- Ellen Brown: Real Wealth – A Future We Can Bank On + Vicki Robin + Donnie Maclurcan + Helena Norberg-Hodge
- Robert Scheer and Chris Hedges: They Know Everything About You, Part 7
- Robert Scheer and Chris Hedges: They Know Everything About You, Part 6
- Robert Scheer and Chris Hedges: They Know Everything About You, Part 5
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