A fascinating and widely encompassing interview with Michel Chossudovsky. Chossudovsky pulls no punches, but he stops short of exposing the game behind the game that I keep pointing to. Unless we begin to see discussion of this, we have no chance of picking apart the fabric of this globalisation and its ultimate agenda. Nevertheless, this interview describes how comprehensive and complex this game is, including exposing the creation of the terrorist forces against which the mainstream Western countries are arrayed.
Archive for March 2015
Here’s the CIA planning for cover-up a) in case detainee died from “interrogation” & b) in case he lived
I share this Tweet below showing how the CIA planned to deal with Abu Zabaydah, whether he lived or died.
As I’ve said before, no-one but the whistleblower, John Kiriakou has been prosecuted over the CIA torture programme, nor do I expect will be.
Thank you, Ann.
CopBlock records your encounter with so-called law enforcement:
Today, I saw a young Iraq War vet speak at ANARCHAPULCO 2015, who is one of the founders of CopBlock.org and working on completing an app, whereby, with one click on a Smartphone, the moment that you are pulled over or otherwise stopped or have had your home visited by law enforcement, your phone will instantly begin videoing the encounter, storing it online and sending calls to 50 lawyers in your area, so that a legal representative can speak to the officer on your behalf on camera because you have the right to remain silent and you should not talk to a cop who is seeking to detain you, except to inform him that you have the right to remain silent.
It is exactly during the time of your encounter with law enforcement, that you need to have the events documented and to have a legal representative there to ensure that everybody behaves correctly and that the event has the best possible outcome.
A sign of the times…
I find this article about Polish farmer protests against GMO, Big Ag land purchases, food sovereignty, etc. interesting.
It appears that what is being done in Poland is classic Agenda 21 rollout. The Agenda 21 plan sees no place for the small farmer. Crop production will be GMO crops, grown by Big Ag, and rural people will be no more. Everyone will be herded into small, metropolitan apartments, in the name of protecting the environment.
And what you see in Poland is typical of this rollout:
More than 150 farmers blocked roadways and held numerous demonstrations in order to bring attention to the important issue of food sovereignty in Poland. Their focus is a ban on GMOs and a restoration of small farmer’s rights after decades of oppressive health and safety regulations which take rights away from small farms and give them to mono-cropping, poisoning Big Ag mega-companies.
Regulation is used to make it impossible for the small farmer. I quote:
There are 4 simple key demands the farmers would like to be heard:
- Regulation of land grabs by primarily Western companies (translation – biotech and Big Ag) to prevent small farmers from losing their livelihoods.
- The legalization of direct sale of produce and other foods from farms to the people. This cuts out the middle man and allows the higher quality produce of many farms to reach its customers directly. Poland currently has some of the most extreme policies of all of Europe in this regard, making it nearly impossible for small farmers to compete with big food companies who are notorious for selling us fake and highly processed foods.
- Change inheritance laws so that families can rightly leave land under lease to their heirs.
- Ban the cultivation of genetically modified organisms
One farmer stated:
“We demand the introduction of legislation that will protect Polish land from exploitation by foreign capital! Agricultural land cannot be sold to commercial companies. It’s part of Polish territory. Once sold it will be lost.
End of quote.
And it will be. If you don’t yet understand the Agenda 21 process, you owe it to yourself to find out, because it’s happening in your neighbourhood very, very furtively. Almost no-one knows about it; just as it has been planned.