Bulletin N° 1050

“Uninformed Consent”


directed by Todd Michael Harris

Parts 1 & 2 – (2:09:24)

Part 3 Q&A – (1:05:05)





Subject: A Discussion: When Paranoia becomes True Perception….




August 2, 2022



Dear Colleagues and Friends of CEIMSA,


Our immediate experiences over the past several months should suffice to inform us of the many different meanings terms like “climate change” and “pandemic” carry when applied to our daily lives and disappointments. The authoritarian “optimism” and “virtue signaling” that we confront so frequently these days appear as a veil concealing unresolved problems and desperate solitude. This plague is widespread, and we frequently come across wanton violence against arbitrarily chosen targets, targets which promise the least resistance in self-defense. This is Fascism, though not the complete story (and we thereby avoid the classic syndrome of “analysis/paralysis”).


The poetry of everyday living is the source of energy and vision that compels us to continue our struggle for enlightenment even against great odds. The “omniscient” multi-billionaires - these stunning products of capitalist “success formulas” - have much to offer society by way of negative examples. The reduction of their onanistic lives to “formula thinking” and the destruction of our environment, for which they are largely responsible, offer important lessons in how to live a good life, if we remain attentive and open to our surroundings.  


By way of contrast, pseudo-scientific ways of thinking are embedded in disastrous tautologies, the logic of which returns us to a previous ancestral existence – the life of an earthworm. The very horror of being human sends us backwards to a sinister fishing trip, where we are the bait, happy to be useful.



The 25 + items below offer readers critical essays and articles which attempt to stimulate conversations about our existence and our desires to live fully, as authors of our own lives. If we fail to live up to these expectations, it is not the community that has failed us; it is we who have failed the community. We could do better than simply exist to prepare for our inevitable death. Ruling-class ideologies - invariably serving in the defense of capitalist exploitation and necessary external social controls to stabilize inequalities – serve as blinders shielding us from discovering our own proper instincts and aspirations which can develop only from shared conversations. How else can we discover the many paradoxes we are presently living: We are more than we think we are, because we are less than we imagine we are (having been drastically reduced by the violence of consumer society and the ideology of “possessive individualism”).


How much longer can we keep our faith in blind obedience to authority, now that the angles of death are stalking us, serving dutifully the mandate of their God, to cull populations in society . . . ?




Francis McCollum Feeley


Professeur honoraire de l'Université Grenoble-Alpes
Ancien Directeur des Researches
Université de Paris-Nanterre
Director of The Center for the Advanced Study
of American Institutions and Social Movements
The University of California-San Diego



Testimonies From COVID Jab Injured: “m RNA ‘Vaccine’ Genocide 2021-2022”


The above link on the Mercola.com web site is CENSORED, so please try the following links:






A film documentary presented by Dr. Joseph Mercola




“The Unbearable Lightness of Being a Nazi (2008)”


by Journeyman Pictures


In January 2007 a photo album marked "Auschwitz: 21 June 1944" was made public. It revealed astonishing clues as to how the Nazi extermination team enjoyed a life that they ruthlessly denied their victims. "They look almost like normal people. They are devils", says Auschwitz survivor, Regina Speigel. The photos were taken at the height of the holocaust and have helped researchers identify key Nazi killers. Dr Josef Mengele, aka the 'Angel of Death', is seen "smiling and laughing at this singalong during the most horrific period of murder in history. It's astonishing."





Biowarfare and the Brave New World


by Dr. Robert W Malone MD, MS

Unfortunately, this is not Fearporn, and the threat is real.



The End of Western Civilization

(Why it lacks resilience, and What will take its place)


by Michael Hudson



Technocracy is Insane, Anti-Human and it WILL Fail


with James Corbett





with Ryan Cristian


Klauss Schwab 1:08 minute mark "The 4th Industrial Revolution [which is here] is fusing our physical, our digital, and our biological identies. It doesnt change what youre doing, it changes YOU with gene editing for example"



James Corbett Interview - The Budding Biosecurity State & It’s Technocratic Culmination


with Ryan Cristian




“The Dawn of the Apocalypse”


by Chris Hedges

We were warned for decades about the death march we are on because of global warming. And yet, the global ruling class continues to frog-march us towards extinction.



The Corporate Oligarchs Have Put Humanity on a Path Toward Self-Annihilation | Thom Hartmann


by Thom Hartmann



Monkeypox Declared a Public Health Emergency


with Dr. John Campbell




Monkeypox or Moneypox?


by Dr. Robert W Malone

Tedros overrules his panel and declares Monkeypox a Public Health Emergency of International Concern



The Normalization of The New Normal Reich


by CJ Hopkins

I know, you’re probably sick and tired of hearing about the Rise of the New Normal Reich. You want it to be over. So do I. It isn’t over … not by a long shot.

It might seem like it’s over where you are. I imagine it does if you live in Florida, or in Texas, or the UK, or Sweden, or Croatia, or in some other country or state in which the majority of the “Covid restrictions” have been lifted, or perhaps were never introduced in the first place.

If that’s the case, I’m happy for you.

I happen to live in New Normal Germany, the current tip of the New Normal spear, or one of the tips of one of its spears (or mRNA-laced hypodermic needles), the others being countries and states like Canada, China, Australia, New York, California, and assorted other hotbeds of New Normalism.

If you live in one of these New Normal strongholds, as I do, you are acutely aware of how it is not over.

Yes, the Covidian Cult is kaput. The spell has been broken. Only the most insanely fanatical New Normal cultists continue to walk around in public in their plague masks and homemade hazmat suits. But the New Normal Reich is not kaput. The New Normal Reich is being … well, normalized.

The masses are being systematically conditioned to accept the biosecurity police state that the global-capitalist ruling classes have been implementing for the last three years. Despite the now irrefutable evidence that the “vaccines” do not prevent transmission of the virus, “the Unvaccinated” are still being segregated, banned from working, attending school, competing in major sporting events, and so on.

People are still being forced to wear masks — the symbol of the New Normal Reich — on planes, trains, public transport, in doctors offices, hospitals, et cetera. Here, there, and everywhere, New Normal symbols and social rituals are being permanently integrated into everyday life.





The Covid-19 Endgame: Global Governance, “Digital Tyranny” and the Depopulation Agenda


by Prof Michel Chossudovsky

“We’re now facing a situation where a huge number of very powerful organizations and elites at international and national levels are calling for policies that are basically a suicide pact. Basically a death wish of some sort.” (Patrick Moore, former president of Greenpeace)

“Three doctors from Ontario died after the hospital where they worked started administering the fourth booster shot to their staff. Where are the autopsies?  Is it a coincidence or are they victims of this diabolical worldwide vaccination campaign?”  (Mark Taliano, renowned author, Research Associate of the CRG)

“This vaccine campaign will go down as the biggest scandal in medical history, … Moreover, it will be known as the biggest crime ever committed on humanity.” (MP Christine Anderson, Member of the European Parliament, July 2022)

All of these deaths can be traced back to a “poison-death shot” that is relentlessly pushing all-cause mortality higher while killing people that are younger and younger. (Mike Whitney, renowned author and Research Associate of the CRG, November 2021)



“There is a 'deafening media silence' on global protests”


by Sky News


There is a "deafening" media silence on protests around the world protesting against the elites, according to Webster University Assistant Professor Ralph Schoellhammer. "They are significant protests – we're talking about 30,000 people in The Netherlands," Prof Schoellhammer said. Prof Schoellhammer said the media and political campaign across the west against "disinformation" is part of a broader attempt to "undermine" organised protests against the agenda of the elites. "That the best way to prevent the pushback from large numbers of people is if they don't know that anything is going on," he said. "Think about the situation of the truckers in Canada when they pulled their bank accounts ... so this is undermining the possibility of those people to organise. "It's what interest groups, what these players do – they see there is something coming that could be a threat to their power so they try to do something to undermine it."



Uncovering the Corona Narrative


by Dr. Robert W Malone

Ernst Wolffs' answer to the big questions that have plagued all of us.



Occult Totalitarianism

Pictured: Klaus Schwab (centre left) at the founding meeting of the WEF.


by Todd Hayen



Digital Authoritarianism: AI Surveillance Signals the Death of Privacy


by John W. Whitehead & Nisha Whitehead





Former Bolivian President Evo Morales Calls For a Global Campaign to Eliminate NATO


by Jeremy Kuzmarov



The World Does Not Want a Global NATO


by Vijay Prashad

Most of the world rejects NATO’s policies and global aspirations and does not wish to divide the international community into outdated Cold War blocs, writes Vijay Prashad.



London falling: Britain's military decline exposes NATO's collapse in credibility and capability


by Scott Ritter



Britain Helped US Cover Up Downing of Iranian Airliner


by John McEvoy



How to Prepare for Coming Crises


by Joseph Mercola






UN, World Economic Forum Behind Global 'War On Farmers'


by Alex Neuman

The escalating regulatory attack on agricultural producers from Holland and the United States to Sri Lanka and beyond is closely tied to the United Nations’ “Agenda 2030” Sustainable Development Goals and the U.N.’s partners at the World Economic Forum (WEF), numerous experts told The Epoch Times.



Food Banks Across America Report Record Demand And Record Shortages


by Tyler Durden

Food pantries and food banks are a key economic indicator for tracking poverty levels and financial instability in the US, and in the past few months they have been ringing alarm bells.

Stagflationary pressures have all but wiped out the savings of the average American and driven up credit card debt to historic highs.  Only in the past month have credit spending and debt levels begun to slide, but this is more a sign that consumers are tapped out rather than a sign of a return to normalcy.  High prices are slowly but surely overwhelming lower wage workers in particular.  The average living wage across most US states is around $16 an hour; over 30% of American workers make less than $15 an hour

Democrats and leftists will of course claim that this is because the Federal Minimum Wage is too low and needs to be increased, but the minimum wage has become irrelevant in the post-covid economy.  Many retail and service companies now pay around $11-14 an hour, well above minimum wage, in order to retain workers. And STILL prices are too high for many of these people to keep up with expenses.

Can average workers demand more money?  Probably not.  Low skill and no-skill workers are going to have a hard time rationalizing $16-$20 an hour for flipping burgers, brewing coffee or running cash registers.  Such a broad wage increase would also trigger even higher prices on most goods, defeating the purpose of higher pay.    

The notion of a low wage worker revolt is a bit of a fantasy, and in some ways it can be dangerous for those that believe in it.  The trillions of dollars in covid stimulus unleashed in 2020 may have boosted retail sales and employment for a couple of years, but that's coming to an end quickly.  Workers can only opt out of certain jobs for a short time (as long as their parents will let them freeload), and bargaining for more money is dependent on their ability to get employment elsewhere.  It's a sure bet that by mid-2023 many “wage revolutionaries” will be begging for their old burger jobs back.     



We're All Sri Lankan Farmers Now


by James Corbett



Children’s Health Defense – August 1, 2022

“Sri Lanka’s Uprise + Its Global Implications, Vera Sharav — Is This Genocide?”


by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.



From Bill Gates to the Great Refusal – Farmers on the Frontline


by Colin Todhunter

Prior to the Industrial Revolution, most humans were engaged in agriculture. Our relationship with nature was immediate. Within just a few generations, however, for many people across the world, their link with the land has been severed.

Food now arrives pre-packaged (often precooked), preserved with chemicals and contains harmful pesticides, micro-plastics, hormones and/or various other contaminants. We are also being served a narrower menu of high-calorie food with lower nutrient content.

It is clear that there is something fundamentally wrong with how modern food is produced.

Although, there are various stages between farm and fork, not least modern food processing practices, which is a story in itself, a key part of the problem lies with agriculture.

Today, many farmers are trapped on chemical and biotech treadmills. They have been encouraged and coerced into using a range of costly off-farm inputs, from synthetic fertilisers and corporate-manufactured seeds to a wide array of weedicides and pesticides.

With the industrialisation of agriculture, many poor, smallholder farmers have been deskilled and placed into vulnerable positions. Traditional knowledge has been undermined, overwhelmed or has survived only in fragments.



Shared Pain of Nl and US Farmers, Inflation, Woke Medical Curriculum


by Robert W Malone MD, MS

More news not covered by corporate media, 28 July 2022



Food Wars — Starvation Creates Cheaper Labor


by Joseph Mercola

Back in 2008, word leaked out on the United Nations website that hunger in the world benefits certain individuals, and the world's economy depends on it continuing.





The Defender: Children’s Health Defense – News & Views, July 31, 2022


by Robert F. Kennedy



Consortium News Archives




Cartoons Archive - MintPress News




Sunday Strip: Waking up from a Coma – July 31, 2022


by Dr. Robert W. Malone



New World Next Week


with James Corbett and James Evens Pilato




News from Underground by Mark Crispin Miller

“So many people are now "dying suddenly" that "our free press" can barely hide it any more



“What's keeping them awake at night? They know what more and more of us now understand”



“Open Your Eyes! This is Happening everywhere.”




The Defender – July 27, 2022

The Great Vaccine Injury Cover-Up + CDC Official Exaggerated COVID Risks for Kids + More …


by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.



“Advocacy Lifeline”


with Dawn Richardson




Birx Backtracks on COVID Shot Narrative, WHO Live Media Briefing on Monkeypox + More …”


by Robert F. Kennedy





“All smart men find things out for themselves”: A talk on propaganda, by MCM, in Iceland


with Mark Crispin Miller



Did Lawmakers Finally Figure Out That Critical News Literacy is Antidote to Disinformation?


by Nolan Higdon



“Fourth vaccine dose”


with Dr. John Campbell




A Review of The Latest COVID Studies: “Sparks Are Flying”


with Drbeen Medical Lectures




“Global childhood deaths will increase”


with Dr. John Campbell




News from Underground by Mark Crispin Miller

“Five local doctors having now ‘died suddenly’ after their boosters, the University of Toronto is now mandating boosters for its students”


by Mark Crispin Miller





Spies Like Us: The Assange Indictment


by Suzie Halewood

The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia indictment of Julian Assange is a curious document.  By the end of it you can’t help feeling that if anyone is to be indicted, it should be the US Government and the CIA.

Assange is accused of conspiracy to receive national information, obtaining national defence information, disclosure of national defence information and conspiracy to commit computer intrusion. Which is just a regular day at the office for any one of the alphabet agencies such as the CIA, FBI and NSA or for that matter, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Nielsen and the rest.

According to the Oxford English dictionary, ‘conspiracy’ is a secret plan by a group of people to do something harmful or illegal. But there was nothing secret about it. Assange used his own name, advertised for material of ‘ethical significance’ on the Wikileaks website and publicly announced the search for such information at the 26th Chaos Communication Congress in December 2009.

The CIA website on the other hand talks of ‘covert action’ and ‘coordinated espionage’ while MI5 ‘eavesdrop, tap telephone calls and communicate secretly’ in order to spy both nationally and internationally.

Was it harmful? According to the indictment, any unauthorized disclosure ‘could harm the national security of the United States’. But before documents were released, Wikileaks redacted information such as names of confidential informants so as not to put lives at risk. It was only when threatened by the intelligence community that Assange warned that such ‘harm minimization’ could not be guaranteed if anything should happen to himself or Wikileaks as encrypted backups of material yet to be released were routinely distributed and required only a password for the material to be made instantly available.

Furthermore the US Army admitted in a 2013 court hearing, that a team of 120 counter-intelligence officers had failed to find a single person in Iraq and Afghanistan who had died because of disclosures by WikiLeaks.

As for the legality, Assange didn’t sign a classified information nondisclosure agreement. What he did was take a leaf directly out of the CIA playbook: ‘Our operations officers recruit well-placed human assets with access to information’. The CIA website goes on to point out that spying can be a dangerous game: ‘Spies risk imprisonment, the loss of their job, reputation, or family and friends. Some are even at risk of execution if caught’.

Mike Pompeo – then head of the CIA – decided there had to be a connection with Russia, which enabled the switch of Wikileaks and Assange from the constitutionally protected journalism field to the targetable ‘non-state hostile intelligence service’ one. This meant Assange could be tried under The Espionage Act.



The Whistleblower Crackdown


by John Kuruakou

National Whistleblower Week is a call to action on behalf of Julian Assange, who marks a new extreme in a series of legal reprisals that have gotten more draconian since Kiriakou’s own national-security case in 2012.   



John Pilger on the Urgency to Free Assange


In an interview, the renowned Australian investigative journalist warns that the U.S. is close to getting its hands on the the courageous WikiLeaks publisher.



Australian Politicians on Fire For Assange


with (MC) Mary Kostakidis, Andrew Wilke (MP), Peter Whish -Wilson (MP), Bridget Archer (MP), Monique Ryan (MP), David Shoebridge (MP), Jordan Steele-John (MP), Julian Hill (MP), Christin Lambang- Foyne ( Amnesty International), pre-recorded message from Gabriel Shipton, Sue Wareham  (Doctors for Assange), and James Ricketson


At a rally before the Parliament building in Canberra on Thursday, Australian politicians decried the British and U.S. governments’ persecution of Australian journalist Julian Assange, the imprisoned publisher of WikiLeaks, and demanded that he be released.



Why the European Union Is Passive in the Extradition Case Against Julian Assange


by Jezile Torculas



CIA Vault 7 Leaker Found Guilty. What Did He Actually Reveal?


by John Kiriakou



Exposing the CIA & Raising the Bar for Investigative Reporting


by John Kiriakou



New Four-Part Documentary “JFK: Destiny Betrayed” Leaves No Doubt That JFK Was Assassinated as Part of CIA Coup


by John Potash

JFK: Destiny Betrayed presents convincing evidence confirming that U.S. intelligence orchestrated the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Directed by Oliver Stone and written by Jim DiEugenio, the documentary series builds on Stone’s Oscar-winning 1991 film JFK.

It illuminates JFK’s opposition to the imperialist machinations of American oligarchs, who enlisted U.S. intelligence and the Mafia to orchestrate his assassination and then cover it up for decades.



The Worst US Secret Service Failure Since Nov. 1963?


by James DiEugenio





Paying The Price For Krugman's Terrible Mistake


by MN Gordon

Clear economic thinking and lucid communication via the written word tumbled out of fashion nearly 100 years ago.  The fall from grace was triggered by the 1936 publication of John Maynard Keynes’ The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money.

Not only is the book is rigorously indecipherable.  It also has the ill-effect of making those who read it dumber.  Unfortunately, Keynes’ drivel became the standard for foolish economic thinking, which still infects economic discourse to this day.



"Not a recession, just another Biden transition"


with Alex Cistoforou and Alexander Mercouris






“Not a recession, just another Biden transition”


by The Off-Guardian



“Inflation, Recession Or Both?”


by QTR's Fringe Finance

Submitted by QTR's Fringe Finance

Perhaps more than anything else, the one question that is going to determine whether or not people make money in the market in the second half of this year is whether or not bad news is once again good news. So, let’s discuss the setup: what the macro picture looks like to me, and what I see as possible outcomes going forward.

Heading into the inflationary crisis that we are in, back on December 17, 2021, I wrote an article talking about why the “bad news” of inflation was simply just bad news. In other words, it couldn’t once again be a prompt for the Fed to swoop in and save markets, as they have done over the last several decades. In that article, I called the taper a non-sugar coated directional negative for markets.

The day prior, CNBC led with the headline:

Dow futures up nearly 200 points following Fed decision to aggressively wind down asset purchases

My article ridiculed market participants, analysts and financial media for suggesting that inflation wasn’t going be a problem and that winding down asset purchases was somehow going to magically propel stocks higher.

Since then, the S&P has seen an -11.57% plunge, the Russell has fallen about -13.63% and the NASDAQ, as I first predicted would happen back in November 2021, has been pasted to the tune of -19.4%.



Interest Rate Hikes Will Not Save Us From Inflation


by Ellen Brown



California Recession Incoming


by John Seiler



Argentina’s Government Collapsing, People Refuse To Work Amid Major Subsidy Cuts


by Autumn Spreadermann



Gas Levy Could Triple Household Heating Bills In Germany


by Charles Kennedy

Germany plans to introduce a levy for all its gas consumers beginning in October as the government looks to avoid a wave of collapsing gas-importing and gas-trading companies amid record-high natural gas prices, a new bill seen by Reuters showed on Thursday.



Gazprom Suspends Gas Supplies To Latvia As Austria Warns EU Russian Energy Ban “Impossible”


by Tyler Durden

"Today, Gazprom suspended its gas supplies to Latvia... due to violations of the conditions" of purchase, Russian energy giant Gazprom has announced Saturday in a statement posted to Telegram.

This after on Wednesday gas deliveries to Europe were cut to about 20% of capacity via the Nord Stream pipeline. The EU has continued charging Moscow with using energy as a "weapon" and as "blackmail".



The Real Policy Error Is Expanding Debt and Calling It “Growth”


by Charles Hugh Smith



Forgiving Debt: Ancient Analogies for the US


by Eva von Dassow





Global Planned Financial Tsunami has Just Begun


by F. William Engdahl



Russia And China Officially Announce A "New Global Reserve Currency"


by QTR's Fringe Finance



The Shadow Bank That Owns The World


by  Lee Camp

Who owns the world? Well, I’m about to tell you – And no, it’s not Oprah.

Now I’m going to drag out the suspense of who owns the world for this entire – BLACKROCK! It’s BlackRock! (Damn it… Should’ve dragged it out longer.)

BlackRock is the largest asset management firm on the planet. It’s essentially a shadow bank. And I don’t know what a shadow bank is other than what my uncle would always say the Greek guy at his construction job had. (Seemed vaguely racist but I couldn’t put my finger on it.)

BlackRock is enormous! However big you’re picturing, multiply it by the size of, like, a Toyota Sequoia. …Side note: why are giant SUV monster trucks always named after the thing they kill? Your dumbest friend is always like, “Yeah, I own a Nissan Polar Bear. But I’m thinkin’ of tradin’ it in for the Chevy Our Grandchildren’s Future. It has 18 cup holders and two cub holders for any bear cubs you run over with it.”

BlackRock literally has more assets than the gross domestic products (GDP) of every single country except China and the U.S. So picture India with their 1.4 billion people. BlackRock has more than their annual GDP! It’s ridiculous. BlackRock holds somewhere around 9 trillion dollars. That’s a tenth of the whole world’s yearly economic activity.

Here, this will put it in perspective. If you make $60,000 a year (after taxes), then you’re doin’ pretty well. But in order to grab up $9 trillion, you’d need to work for 150 million years. You’d have to work for the entire length of the existence of the dinosaurs. (And that’s if your stegosaurus boss paid you on time, which, you know how they are.)



Xi to Biden, “You are playing with fire,” as tensions over Pelosi's Taiwan trip escalates


with Alex Christoforou and Alexander Mercouris



China's Army Posts “Get Ready For War!” Message On Social Media, State Mouthpiece Says PLA Has “Right” To Intercept Pelosi's Plane


by Tyler Durden



“Firm and resolute measures”: China reportedly preparing to back up its threat to the US


by Sky News




China Is Issuing The Same “Red Line” Warnings About Taiwan That Russia Issued About Ukraine


by Caitlin Johnstone

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has continued to pour gasoline on the foreign policy dumpster fire that is her planned visit to Taiwan next month, now reportedly encouraging other members of congress to come along for the ride.



China Launches Live-Fire Drills Off Taiwan With US Carrier Group Nearby, As Pelosi's Plane En Route To Asia


by Tyler Durden

According to prior comments from President Biden, the Pentagon wants House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to cancel her visit to Taiwan - but now pending her possible arrival in Taipei the US military has moved a Navy strike group into the South China Sea led by the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier.

The USS Reagan left a port call in Singapore and is now patrolling waters near China, with Beijing flexing its own military muscle by launching fresh naval exercises near the self-ruled island - and more worrisomely issuing threats that the PLA military is on stand-by to respond with "forceful measures" if needed.  Turkey's EHA media outlet on Saturday is circulating (unverified) video purporting to show large US warplane formation flyovers of the South China sea, with destroyers below...

- Warplanes of the US Navy are flying near Taiwan.
- Very harsh statements from China continue to come before US House

         of Representatives Speaker Pelosi's visit to Taiwan.
 - Tension in the region has risen to its highest level.

— EHA News (@eha_news) July 30, 2022



The Nancy Pelosi Trip to Taiwan: “Not a Good Idea” according to the Pentagon. Is Joe Biden Intent upon Triggering a “Military Clash” in the Taiwan Strait?


by Daniel Davis





Servant of the Corrupt


by Pedro Gonzalez



US Should Not Fund Ukrainian ‘Blacklist’


by Scott Ritter

Scott Ritter, a military analyst and CN contributor, was among those blacklisted by a Ukrainian government agency that appears to be funded by the United States. Ritter has written the following letter to his representatives in Congress. 



The Most Dangerous PR War


by Caitlin Johnstone

Ukraine’s celebrity-in-chief just took time off from his heavy schedule of appearances at major Western gatherings for a photo shoot with his wife in Vogue magazine.  



The Phoniest, Most PR-Intensive War of All Time


by Caitlin Johnstone



How Corrupt is Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky?


by Jeremy Kuzmarov



Joe Biden’s Secret War in Ukraine


by Philip Giraldi



Ukrainian Regime: Losing on the battlefield


by Sergey Lavrov



Watch "NYT talks up HUGE Russian losses as the Great Kherson counteroffensive stumbles"


with Alex Christoforou and Alexander Mercouris




Ukraine Uses Russian Invasion to Wreck Workers’ Rights


by Thomas Rowley and Serhiy Guz

Two new radical measures are prompting fears of Ukrainians losing workplace rights permanently as the war puts huge pressure on the country’s economy, Thomas Rowley and Serhiy Guz report.



"The BIG Ukraine counteroffensive that everyone knows about"


with Alex Christoforou and Alexander Mercouris




“NYT, 80% Russian forces bogged down. Lavrov speaks with Blinken. Fenerbahce football chant. Update 1”


with Alex Christoforou






In Gaza, you die a thousand times


by Yasmin Abusema



Meta facilitates bullying of Palestine activists


by Omar Zahzah

Tech giant Meta – owner of Facebook – is increasingly being identified with censorship and repression of pro-Palestine content.

The company has regularly targeted accounts advancing the Palestinian liberation struggle in various capacities, subjecting them to all forms of obstruction, from shadow-banning to outright deletion.

But up until now, Meta’s political bigotry has largely revolved around hiding, blocking or removing content that centers Palestine.

Now, it seems the platform is also tacitly supporting clear and open targeted abuse of pro-Palestine content creators by anti-Palestinian accounts orchestrated by JewBelong, a recently-formed non-profit group.

JewBelong is a website that claims to promote and explain Judaism mostly to Jews, as well as to act as a community space for Jews who feel distant or insecure about Jewish religion, heritage and culture.



Ben & Jerry's owner Unilever admits it melted under Israel's threats


by Ali Abunimah

Israel and its lobby accused Ben & Jerry’s and its parent company Unilever of anti-Semitism and “Jew hatred” after the ice cream maker’s principled decision to stop profiting from Israel’s violent and illegal colonization of occupied Palestinian land.

John Lamparski ZUMAPRESS

Ben & Jerry’s and its parent company Unilever reportedly failed to reach a negotiated settlement in their dispute arising from the ice cream maker’s decision to halt sales of its frozen treats in Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank.

“The talks did not work out because Ben & Jerry’s does not want to ‘cave’ on its social mission and stance on Palestinian human rights,” Reuters reported Friday, citing an unnamed “source with direct knowledge.”

That means the case will be heading back to federal court in New York after a two-week hiatus to give mediation a chance.

Earlier this month Ben & Jerry’s sued Unilever for selling the ice cream maker’s brand and rights in Israel to its local licensee Avi Zinger and his company AQP.



At Michigan Rally for Levin and Tlaib, Sanders Warns AIPAC It “Cannot Buy Our Democracy”


by Julia Conley



Cognitive Warfare: Israel Targets Journalists Who Threaten Its Reality-Creation Tactics


by Todd Pierce




Taking on the “charities” that fund Israel's settlers


by Sami Huraini

The pending erasure of the Indigenous people of Masafer Yatta isn’t solely about the “occupation,” as liberal Zionists would lead you to believe.

Palestinians are fighting much more than an “occupation.” We are fighting Israel’s program of settler-colonialism.

We are fighting against efforts to eliminate us.

Deep down, every Palestinian knows it’s not solely about the “occupation.”

Every day, Palestinians face the threat of being arrested and imprisoned indefinitely, killed or displaced from our land. Our experience tells us that our existence is a threat to Israel.

The only “solution” to this danger is to get rid of us.

During June, one of the young men from our community of al-Tuwani raised a Palestinian flag from a tree in our village. Days later, Israeli military forces launched a violent raid to take the flag down.

Israeli soldiers pointed their guns at me, my friends and my family members. Effectively granted immunity from prosecution by their state, they pointed death in our faces.

It can feel like only luck separates the living from the dead in those moments. After all, the sole purpose of the Israeli soldier is to eliminate the native people – by taking our freedom or our lives, through expulsion or forced integration into the settler-colonial system.



Israel lobby’s power comes from the Benjamins


by Philip Weiss



Brutalized at sea, fishers quit due to Israeli attacks


by  Amjad Ayman Yaghi

On the morning of 16 June, Majid Fakhri Baker went fishing off the coast of Beach refugee camp along with his nephew and another relative.

As a member of a well-known fishing family, Majid, 38, had been in the industry for 18 years. Yet, after that June morning, he decided to quit the fishing business entirely.

While they collected fish from their nets, an Israeli naval vessel approached Majid’s small boat. The fishers said, loudly, “We are fishers who just want to fish.” Majid said he couldn’t make out their faces; he just saw individuals in tactical gear and sunglasses.

The Israeli naval vessel rammed Majid’s boat and opened fire on the men with rubber bullets. Majid was knocked off his feet and collided with an iron pole in the middle of the boat. His nephew Nasser, 18, was hit by a rubber bullet in the left shoulder. Yet it was the other man on the boat, Muhammad, 27, who sustained the most serious injuries from rubber bullets.

Muhammad was taken to al-Shifa hospital due to severe bleeding in the pelvic area. He is still receiving treatment for his injuries in the form of painkillers and periodic injections of antibiotics.



Syria says Israeli airstrikes near Damascus kill 3 soldiers, wound 7


by Emanuel Fabian



Crowdfunding Colonialism: Who Is Bankrolling Israel’s Latest Excursion Into the West Bank?


by Jessica Buxbaum



Watch the New MintPress News Documentary Film: Gaza Fights Back


by Dan Cohen




Inside Right-Wing Plot to Unseat Rashida Tlaib—First Palestinian American Elected to U.S. Congress


by Richard S. Dunn





Biden should remove Cuba from the infamous state sponsors of terrorism list


by Medea Benjamin and Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan

As the Cuban government celebrates the July 26 Day of the National Rebellion–a public holiday commemorating the 1953 attack on the Moncada Barracks that is considered the precursor to the 1959 revolution–US groups are calling on the Biden administration to stop its cruel sanctions that are creating such hardship for the Cuban people. In particular, they are pushing President Biden to take Cuba off the list of state sponsors of terrorism.

“Using this terrorist list for purely political reasons undermines the legitimacy of the terrorism designation itself.”

Being on this list subjects Cuba to a series of devastating international financial restrictions. It is illegal for US banks to process transactions to Cuba, but US sanctions also have an unlawful extraterritorial reach. Fearful of getting in the crosshairs of US regulations, most Western banks have also stopped processing transactions involving Cuba or have implemented new layers of compliance. This has hampered everything from imports to humanitarian aid to development assistance, and has sparked a new European campaign to challenge their banks’ compliance with US sanctions.



Big Tech Keeps Withholding Data that Could Help Solve Assassination of Rio de Janeiro Councilwoman Marielle Franco




Will the Morning Come?


by Vijay Prashad

Over the past four decades, Brazil’s Landless Workers’ Movement has taken control of millions of hectares of land, forming the largest social movement in Latin America, writes Vijay Prashad.



Brazil’s Lula Rips Bolsonaro’s Election Fraud Warnings


by Brett Wilkins



Chile’s New Constitution on a Knife-Edge


by Arlette Gay, Christian Sanchez and Cäcilie Schildberg

The outcome of the Sept. 4 vote will not just matter for the future of the Andean nation, the authors say. It will also send a signal to progressive forces throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.



Buying Mexican Blood


by Stefanie Dodt





Russia’s "Vostok 2022" War Games: Massive Military Exercise on "Invasion Scenarios"


by M. K. Bhadrakumar

The announcement by Russian Defence Ministry on Tuesday on Vostok-22 strategic command post exercises during August 30-September 5 gives a big message to the West in political and military terms. 

The announcement said,

“In addition to the troops (forces) of the Eastern Military District, units of the Airborne Troops, Long Range Aviation and Military Transport Aviation, as well as military contingents from other states, will be involved in these manoeuvres.” 

If there is going to be participation by China, it will be highly significant in the present context of global politics, especially in the Far East. 

Vostok 2018, held exactly four years ago, was the first time such a massive military exercise was held after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. (At the height of the Cold War in 1981 under Leonid Brezhnev, the Soviet Union held its last Vostok exercise). In the event, Vostok 2018 turned into a Russia-China gun show. 

The Russian Federation put more than 300,000 troops in the field—alongside tens of thousands of tanks, helicopters, and weapons of every sort—for a huge war game in Russia’s far-eastern reaches, and invited the Chinese People’s Liberation Army to play along, which it did.

And a whole new groove in international affairs began appearing, signifying that the interests of Russia and China have once again begun to align — this time around, in response to US military power under a pugnacious president, Donald Trump.  

On the sidelines of the exercise, Presidents Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping had a breakfast of blinis together in Vladivostok. It was a powerful signal that Russia no longer saw China as an adversary but as a potential military ally. It was widely noted internationally as heralding a major shift in the co-relation of forces in world politics. 

To be sure, any Chinese participation in Vostok 2022 will be similarly subjected to close analysis by Washington and its allies at a time of heightened tension in US-China relations, with Beijing warning last week to take “resolute and strong measures” should the Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi proceed with reported plans to visit Taiwan. 




What the U.S. Government and The New York Times Have Quietly Agreed Not to Tell You About Ukraine


by Evan Reif



A “Defund-the-CIA” Democratic Candidate for Congress is Calling Biden a “War Criminal” and Demanding His Immediate Impeachment


by Jeremy Kuzmarov





Surveillance Is Pervasive: Yes, You Are Being Watched, Even if No One is Looking For You


by Peter Krapp



Les Miserables, Living and Dying on American Streets


by Eve Ottenberg




4 Companies Filed Nearly 15,000 Eviction Actions in COVID’s First 16 Months

Tenants and activists march after a rally at the Delta Pines apartment complex in Antioch, California, on June 22, 2022.


by Julia Conley




A new ruling in “Environment Texas v. ExxonMobil” is expected in August. This time, a Trump-nominated judge is involved.


by Josephine Lee



How Big Oil hijacked Alberta politics


by Mack Penner



The officials in New Mexico, Nevada and Pennsylvania have echoed Trump's lies about voter fraud on the campaign trail.


by Igor Derysh



U.S. aid still can’t be used to fund abortion care. The ban causes tens of thousands of preventable deaths each year.


by Nayanika Guha,



The Most Dangerous Looming Supreme Court Decision You Never Heard Of


by Robert Reich





National Security Search Engine: Google's Ranks are Filled with CIA Agents


by Alan Macleod



Court Rejects Google’s Attempt to Dismiss Rumble’s Antitrust Lawsuit, Ensuring Vast Discovery


by Glenn Greenwald



The Fine Print in US Congress Climate Deal


by Jake Johnson





Price Gouging at the Pump Results in 235% Profit Jump for Big Oil


by Jessica Corbett



GOP 'Working Hand in Hand With Big Pharma' to Kill Drug Price Reform Behind Closed Doors


by Jake Johnson



Fetterman Challenges Ultra-Millionaire Dr. Oz to Live on $7.25 an Hour


by Jake Johnson



Getting Stiffed on Health Care — Again


by Kenny Stancil


Following Trump's Lead, GOP Pushes Bill to Make Federal Workers Fireable 'At Will'


by Brett Wilkins



US Auto Workers Poised to Make History


by  Jonah Furman



“This victory is historic”: Massachusetts Trader Joe's becomes first to unionize


by Brett Wilkins



Video: Interview with Pat King from Jail, Leader of Canada’s Freedom Convoy, Imprisoned by PM Justin Trudeau


with Pat King






Moby Dick and the soul of American capitalism


by Chris Hedges



The Push For Dangerous Treatment Of Non-Emergency Monkeypox, Heatwave Hype & The COVID Vax Coverup


with  Ryan Cristián






“21st Century Order”


by Patrick Lawrence

As a piece of the new world order that is under construction, Putin’s trip to Tehran last week was of singular importance. 



Iran-Turkey-Russia Meetings And The New “New World Order”


by Robert Inlakesh



US-NATO Intent upon Boycotting Russia-India Relations


by Lucas Leiroz de Almeida




Iraqi Parliament Stormed By Anti-Iran Protesters -- What's Really Going On


by Robert Inlakesh



The End of US Hegemony and The Rise Of BRICS


with Ben Norton



Here’s why more countries are knocking on BRICS’ door


by Shifaan Ryklief



US occupation steals new batch of Syrian oil, transfers it to its bases in Iraq


by Hamda Mustafa





Greenland Loses 6 Billion Tons of Ice in 3 Days, Harbinger of Unprecedented Coastal Flooding


by Juan Cole



New Mexico’s Megafires Mark Turning Point


by William deBuys



Survey on How 300,000 people from 175 countries have fared "without taking a COVID-19 vaccine"


by Dr. Katarina Lindley, Dr. Robert Verkerk, and Reiner Fuellmich





CDC's Targeted Censorship Of TLAV Exposed In Court Discovery & San Fran Declares Monkeypox Emergency


with Ryan Cristián




Worldwide Monkeypox Health Emergency (PHEIC): For Bill Gates, It’s “Moneypox”: Simulation of Fictitious Monkeypox Virus Pandemic in March 2021, Goes Live in May 2022


by Prof Michel Chossudovsky



Friday Funnies - Another Whacked-out Week has Flown by! – July 29, 2022


by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Laugh and the world will laugh with you . . . .





Who is Robert Malone?


by Robert W Malone MD, MS



The Defender – August 1, 2022

“Dr. Robert Malone: ‘Gaslighted, Ridiculed, Defamed’ — But Not Discredited”


by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.



Sunday Strip

“The Great Heat Wave?”


by Robert W Malone MD, MS





How Much Land does the U.S. Military Control in Each State?


by Avery Koop



EU begins to crack as Germany braces for an energy disaster"


with Alex Christoforou and Alexander Mercouris






The Media Matrix — Part 2

“What Hath God Wrought?”


with James Corbett






Rewriting history: Just another day in DC


by Robert W Malone MD, MS

"Lab leak", "Wuhan wet market", "Devil's Hole", "Big Tom" and "Gain-of-Function" Research. War is peace. Fiction is truth. In short, a propaganda round up.


Data doesn't lie: mRNA-vaccines and correlation to all-cause mortality
with Marlies Dekkers, Dr. Robert Malone, and Dr. Theo Schetters