Category Archives: Terrorism

Colin Powell Let Guard Down

BPR Quote of the Day “The only thing that can really destroy us is us. We shouldn’t do it to ourselves, and we shouldn’t use fear for political purposes—scaring people to death so they will vote for you, or scaring … Continue reading

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Historically and Currently

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Reflections on 9/11

By Arlen Grossman/ The Big Picture Report No, we mustn’t forget 9/11 and the thousands of unfortunate victims of that fateful day. I just wish we didn’t dwell on it. The aftermath of that horrendous attack changed our country in major … Continue reading

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WHAT WE KNOW NOW

Ten Things We’ve Learned About The NSA From A Summer Of Snowden Leaks By Andy Greenberg/ Forbes/ September 9, 2013 Lifehacker.com The truth is coming, and it cannot be stopped,” Edward Snowden told readers of theGuardian in June. At the time, just … Continue reading

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DON’T READ THIS — CLASSIFIED INFORMATION

Thirteen Things the Government is Trying to Keep Secret from You By Bill Quigley/ Common Dreams/ August 23, 2013 Forbes.com “We believe most Americans would be stunned to learn the details of how these secret court opinions have interpreted…the Patriot … Continue reading

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“CORPORATE TOTALITARIANISM” EXPOSED

Bradley Manning and the Gangster State By Chris Hedges/ Truthdig/August 22, 2013 AP/Patrick SemanskyArmy Pfc. Bradley Manning after a                                           … Continue reading

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AUTHORITIES GO AFTER GREENWALD’S PARTNER

Detaining my partner: a failed attempt at intimidation The detention of my partner, David Miranda, by UK authorities will have the opposite effect of the one intended By Glenn Greenwald/ The Guardian/ August 18, 2013 At 6:30 am this morning … Continue reading

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Special Report: THE NEVER-ENDING “WAR ON TERROR” HOAX

  By Arlen Grossman/ The Big Picture Report The specter of terrorism has been used to frighten Americans for many years, and exponentially since the attacks on September 11, 2001. But is the “War on Terror” for real, or is … Continue reading

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Is the Game Over?

By Arlen Grossman/ The Big Picture Report “All resistance must recognize that the corporate d’etat is complete.” — Chris Hedges Is Hedges correct? Have we as a nation and a world gone so far overboard into global corporate capitalism that … Continue reading

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…And We Are Screwed

We Are Bradley Manning By Chris Hedges/ Truthdig/ March 3, 2012 I was in a military courtroom at Fort Meade in Maryland on Thursday as Pfc. Bradley Manning admitted giving classified government documents to WikiLeaks. The hundreds of thousands of … Continue reading

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