If you don’t vote for President Barack Obama in November, you are clearly a hood-cladded bigot who hates black people, women, homosexuals, the poor, peace on Earth, immigrants and anyone who disagrees with or is different than you.
Don’t trust anything the mainstream media tell you. This appears to be the takeaway message from a handful of events which serve to remind the American public that the corporate-controlled mainstream media apparatus operates only to propagandize the many to the benefit of the few.
Both campaigns are telling voters not to expect much in the Presidential debates. If you listen to all the hype, you would think that each party believes the opposing candidate is more competent.
A false flag may be on the horizon, one that will be used to throw the United States into full-on military conflict with Iran. Any aggression, such as acts of terror, toward the United States in coming months will likely be blamed on the Iranian government.
Rather than admit that the war in Afghanistan (Iraq, Libya, technically Syria and soon Iran) is a failed undertaking perpetuated only to continue the flow of profits to monied elites connected to the military industrial complex, the Pentagon has taken to faulting the American troops.
In the eyes of some people, Jesus got married this week. Elated liberals and cantankerous conservatives both decided to attend the wedding. The media has been ablaze with commentary about a mysterious woman and the implications to Christianity.
The campaign to re-elect President Barack Obama is no stranger to pushing collectivist and government-first propaganda to excite its base, but many people have noted that the campaign initiatives are beginning to get creepier than ever before.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney have a long-standing friendship that dates back to 1976, when they both worked as corporate advisers to the Boston Consulting Group.
Following the horrific attack of the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that led to the death of U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens (some accounts say by lynch mob) and rioting in Egypt, some lawmakers are calling for the United States to withdraw aid from the countries.
Eleven years have passed since the fateful day terror struck the United States and New York City’s twin towers fell. For the most part, we haven’t forgotten the falling towers; but, in the grand scheme of things, we have managed to forget something that will prove far more detrimental to our way of life.