Readying Americans for Dangerous, Mandatory Vaccinations

Readying Americans for Dangerous, Mandatory Vaccinations - by Stephen LendmanAt least three US federal laws should concern all Americans and suggest what may be coming - mandatory vaccinations for hyped, non-existant threats, like H1N1 (Swine Flu). Vaccines and drugs like Tamiflu endanger human health but are hugely profitable to drug company manufacturers.The Project BioShield Act... Continue Reading →

Obama Administration Targets Environmental and Animal Rights Activists As Eco-Terrorists

Obama Administration Targets Environmental and Animal Rights Activists as Eco-Terrorists - by Stephen LendmanWhat began under George Bush continues under Barack Obama - targeting dedicated activists with "one of today's most serious domestic terrorism threats," according former FBI Deputy Assistant Director of Counterterrorism John Lewis before a Senate panel in May 2005. Called "eco-terrorism," it... Continue Reading →

Remembering Father Gerry

Remembering Father Gerry - by Stephen LendmanThe Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti's (IJDH) Brian Concannon knew him well, and posted this on IJDH's web site on his passing:"Reverend Gerard Jean-Juste (1947 - 2009), a tireless advocate for justice for Haitians in Haiti and the US, passed away today, May 27, 2009. Fr. Gerry's... Continue Reading →

Manipulation – How Markets Really Work

Manipulation: How Markets Really Work - by Stephen LendmanWall Street's mantra is that markets move randomly and reflect the collective wisdom of investors. The truth is quite opposite. The government's visible hand and insiders control markets and manipulate them up or down for profit - all of them, including stocks, bonds, commodities and currencies. It's... Continue Reading →

Human Rights Situation in Occupied Palestine

Human Rights Situation in Occupied Palestine - by Stephen LendmanOn March 15, 2006, the UN General Assembly voted overwhelmingly 170 to 4 (with only the US, Israel, the Marshall Islands and Palau against) "to establish the Human Rights Council (HRC), based in Geneva, in replacement of the Commission on Human Rights, as a subsidiary organ... Continue Reading →

“Over the Rainbow”

"Over the Rainbow" - by Stephen LendmanThis writer just completed a six-part series on Ellen Brown's remarkable 2007 book titled "Web of Debt." This article follows from it by picking up on the theme she struck, using L. Frank Baum's "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" as a combination parable, monetary allegory, and political manifesto for... Continue Reading →

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