9/11 and the Politics of Fear and Self-Preservation

We will either be remembered as a country that took freedom and liberty for all seriously or we will be remembered as a nation of cowards who, driven by fear, were willing to deprive this group, then that group, of their freedom — before losing that freedom entirely.

9/11 and the Politics of Fear and Self-Preservation
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9/11 @ 20: It Could Have Been So Much Worse!

The promised guest post will appear below.

20 years ago. Thursday. Nice late summer day. I happened to be at home. My mother in law called and said “put the tv on“. Then, as now, the tv was off. Never been much of a fan. So I turned it on and wow! I could hardly believe what was taking place. Planes hitting buildings? Buildings exploding/collapsing as if they’d been rigged with explosives for demolition? Falling far to neatly and compactly for the massive structures they were. Some talking heads were stating, that day, the destruction was reminiscent of controlled demolitions.

9/11 @ 20: It Could Have Been So Much Worse!

Sydney doctor who criticized medical censorship online is suspended from practicing medicine

By Cindy Harper | Reclaim The Net | September 11, 2021

On social media, a Sydney doctor questioned whether vaccines and lockdowns would be effective in ending the pandemic while also scrutinizing how medical authorities were handling treatment. As a result of his postings, New South Wales medical authorities have taken action against Dr. Paul Oosterhuis by suspending him.

Sydney doctor who criticized medical censorship online is suspended from practicing medicine

Guinea and the Military Coup Incubator, AFRICOM + Guinea’s Shiny New Military Government, Brought to You by U.S. Interference

Guinea and the Military Coup Incubator, AFRICOM

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The coup in Guinea was backed by the United States, in its unending imperialist war drive as the new Cold War spreads in Africa. Washington’s goal? Move China out of the mining business. Kambale Musavuli, activist, writer, and analyst with the Center for Research on the Congo-Kinshasa, explains.

Guinea’s Shiny New Military Government, Brought to You by U.S. Interference

How the US Government Stokes Racial Tensions in Cuba and Around the World

10 September 2021 — MintPress News

BLM for Thee, but Not for Me

In Washington’s eyes, the point of funding Black, indigenous, LGBT or other minority groups in enemy countries is not simply to promote tensions there; it is also to create a narrative that will help convince liberals and leftists in the United States to support American intervention.

How the US Government Stokes Racial Tensions in Cuba and Around the World