Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Elite, the ‘Great Game’ and World War III

  By Prof. Mujahid Kamran This article was originally published in June 2011 The control of the US, and of global politics, by the wealthiest families of the planet is exercised in a powerful, profound and clandestine manner. This control began in Europe and has a continuity that can be traced back to the time […]

Oh Look, Obama Talks to Africans the Same Way He Talks to African-Americans

 Black News by Yvette Carnell   When President Barack Obama goes on tours of Asia or parts of Europe, even trips to less affluent countries that suffered as a consequence of the Cold War, you’ll never hear him finger wag at leaders or imply that they’re responsible for their owncondition. But when Pres. Obama heads […]

Classic chemwatch: A most unusual day

I was reviewing some of my chemwatch entries from my five years or so of observing the sky. I came across this entry and I realized that the most unusual day of all my chemtrail watching was the day I saw no chemtrails nor any signs of chemtrails at all. It stands alone. Well, almost. […]

Running Orders

by Lena Khalaf Tuffaha They call us now. Before they drop the bombs. The phone rings and someone who knows my first name calls and says in perfect Arabic “This is David.” And in my stupor of sonic booms and glass shattering symphonies still smashing around in my head I think “Do I know any […]

Spraying within vectors

Another morning of substantial chemtrail activity. Again there are broken trails among them, suggesting staccato interruptions in whatever is generating these trails. Of course nothing explains this pattern better than the idea of an aerosol spray of some sort being turned on and off, rather than the continuous stream one would expect from the planes’ […]

QOTD: Human shields

“[Y]ou can’t use human shields against an enemy that doesn’t recognise you as human.”  Why it is impossible for Hamas to use human shields in Gaza  

CBS Host: Palestinians Force Israel to Kill Kids

By Peter Hart July 28, 2014 “ICH” – “FAIR” –  Recent controversies over coverage of Gaza suggest that reporters can get into trouble over appearing too sympathetic to Palestinians (NBC‘s Ayman Mohyeldin) or too critical of some Israelis (CNN‘s Diana Magnay). But some opinions are perfectly acceptable. On his July 27 show, CBS Face the […]