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Joe Lauria: Espionage is the charge, but Julian Assange is really accused of sedition.

Jacob Hornberger: Justin Amash, Libertarian Party interloper, Part 1: CIA.

Bretigne Shaffer: The pandemic isn’t the threat — the paradigm is.

Mac Slavo: After brainwashing people for decades, governments and MSM are losing control of the people.

Becky Akers in the communist dystopia of New York City, the COVID hotspot.

Jason Butler: Coronavirus, the good, bad, ugly, and awesome.

Mike Maharrey: Joint law enforcement task forces are creating a national police state.

Ken Silva: Big Tech firmly embedded in the War State, DoD report shows.

James Bovard: Duncan Lemp’s parents threatened with jail for protesting his killing.

Zero Hedge: Twitter suspends account of biotech company testing UV light to treat coronavirus.

Bill Sardi: According to the CDC, it’s not COVID-19 coronavirus that’s causing all the severe lung deaths.

Graham Dockery: Liberal control freaks on COVID-19: eat bugs, abolish family, inject female hormones.

Martin Armstrong: Social distancing, the destroyer of civilization?

Marilyn Singleton, MD has a good summary of how government bureaucrats are tearing apart our social fabric, thread by thread.

Benjamin Powell: United States needs freedom, not fascism.

Lew Rockwell: The biological war against China.

Timothy Carney: Our veterans want us to stop making more Afghanistan veterans

Donald Miller, MD: The COVID-19 and Spanish Flu pandemics, a century apart.

Caitlin Johnstone: Why it’s ugly to criticize Donald Trump for dodging the draft during the Vietnam War.

B.N. Frank asks, Are people and animals more vulnerable to COVID-19 than “microwave sickness” and electromagnetic sensitivity?

Whitney Webb: Techno-tyranny: how the U.S. national security state is using coronavirus to fulfill and Orwellian vision.

Andrew Bacevich: Joe Biden’s foreign policy gave us Donald Trump.

Mark Pulliam: Woke political ideologies are replacing religion in religious studies classes.

And Gateway Pundit: 12 deadly mistakes and contradictions of Dr. Fauci.

Sick Government Experimentation on Innocent People in Amerika

As our federal, state and local governments in USSA continue their crimes against the people with “COVID-19,” John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute writes an essay describing some of the sick, horrifying and criminal experiments that government sickos in Amerika have been committing against their own unsuspecting people. (Are you a government employee who has done any of those things to others?)

 

News and Commentary

Johan Norberg: Despite coronavirus, Sweden refuses to shutter businesses and limit gatherings.

Roger Roots: A death sentence, for your own protection.

John Tamny: The unthinkable cruelty and inhumanity of the coerced shutdown.

Brian Shilhavy: Stop the fear-mongering! 12 medical scientists speak out on COVID-19 responses.

Thomas DiLorenzo asks, Where did all the communists go after 1989?

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny: Coronavirus: How soon we forget. Same playbook, different virus.

Lyn Redwood and Mary Holland: Dr. Fauci and COVID-19 priorities: therapeutics now or vaccines later?

Whitney Webb: Coronavirus: What Newsweek failed to mention about “continuity of government.”

Daisy Luther: “Travel papers” and the Pandemic Patriot Act 2.0

MassPrivateI: Facial recognition companies profit from COVID-19 by adding thermal imaging.

Daily Wire: British government lowered its estimate of severity of coronavirus last week.

Jacob Hornberger: Meanwhile, Trump is wreaking death and destruction in Somalia.

Politico: DOJ seeks new emergency powers amid coronavirus pandemic.

Last Refuge: Michigan Democrat Gov. Whitmer threatens licenses of doctors and pharmacists who prescribe Hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus.

Becky Akers: An open letter regarding closed churches.

Matt Agorist: As 911 gets calls for coughing neighbors, hotline allows people to snitch to government during outbreak.

Barbara Loe Fisher: The national plan to vaccinate every American.

Ron Paul: Like freedom? Then you won’t like the FREEDOM Act.

Robert Wenzel: Democrats are attempting to use the coronavirus panic as an opportunity to create a digital dollar and accompanying digital wallet for every American.

Bill Sardi: The current coronavirus pandemic is likely caused by more than one pathogen, and there is a missing antidote.

Richard Ebeling: Leaving people alone is the best way to beat the coronavirus.

John Vibes: Police in California plan to use drones to enforce quarantine lockdown.

Antony Mueller: Disease is bad. Government-forced shutdowns are often worse.

And Jon Miltimore: Panic has led to government “cures” that are worse than the disease, history shows.

News and Commentary

Richard Ebeling looks back at the last 30 years in Amerika.

Joshua Cho: No. 1 sponsor of terrorism? U.S. media name Iran, but overlook a candidate closer to home.

Matthew Ehret: Neo-McCarthyite witch hunters hypocritically mourn the death of Kirk Douglas.

Caitlin Johnstone: Trump supporters are George W. Bush supporters LARPing as Ron Paul supporters.

Becky Akers on the government Thieves and Sexual Assailants.

John Whitehead: How young girls are being groomed by sexual predators.

Jacob Hornberger: Socialism in education.

Dr. Joseph Mercola asks, Will Google’s social credit system determine your future?

Aaron Kesel on India and U.K. laws ordering social media companies to disclose user identities.

Jacob Sullum: FBI agents put innocent men on “No Fly List” to punish them for not being informants.

Jon Rappoport: CDC begins testing Americans for the Coronavirus — but how?

Dmitry Orlov: A most convenient virus.

Sheldon Richman: Anti-BDS laws violate our freedom.

The Rutherford Institute fights against a law criminalizing speech that “encourages” immigrants to remain in the country, saying the law is so broad that it could be used to punish anti-government speech.

Jonathan Turley: Juror 1261 in Roger Stone’s case: was justice undone?

Ron Paul: Democrats ignore Trump’s real violations.

Aaron Maté: New leaks shatter OPCW’s attacks on Douma whistleblowers.

Ray McGovern: German TV exposes the lies that entrapped Julian Assange.

Zero Hedge asks, Why did Twitter just “lockdown” WikiLeaks account?

Laurence Vance on Citizens United revisited, and free expression and property rights.

Robert Murphy: The theory and brief history of money and banking.

Kelley Vlahos: West Point prof pens blistering takedown of U.S. military academies.

Pat Buchanan: If Duterte wants us out, let’s go.

Tom Engelhardt: War Addicts, Inc.

Gary Barnett: Conscription is slavery: I know because I was drafted.

Michael Rozeff on the corrupt Andrew McCabe.

Dom Armentano asks, Are rising ocean levels an existential threat?

And Paul Craig Roberts: PBS assaults white Americans.

News and Commentary

Jon Rappoport has some good news on the mandatory vaccine issue in South Dakota.

Doug Casey with advice on how to survive the “deep state.”

Daniel McAdams says the Koch-Soros Quincy Project is a train wreck of neocon and “humanitarian” interventionists.

Sam Jacobs asks, How did Pete Buttigieg end up in the military without going through basic training?

Judge Napolitano with a primer on domestic spying.

And Martin Capages says that climate change is not a problem, unless we make it one.

Who Would Want to Sabotage the 2020 U.S. Elections?

Certainly not Israel. Whitney Webb has a very lengthy article on the U.S. intelligence agencies and U.S. government foreign policy apparatchiks giving dire warnings about how vulnerable this year’s elections are with no evidence, with such warnings unthinkingly parroted by the mainstream news media. However, at the same time Israel has a lot of connections to hacking and vulnerabilities, and for some reason intelligence (sic) hooligans seem to want to cause chaos in our elections in the name of further building up totalitarian government impositions.

Coronavirus Update.

Paul Craig Roberts has an important coronavirus update. “Conspiracy theory”? Well, a lot of what we have been hearing from the government’s media lapdogs just doesn’t add up.

(By the way, the name reminds me of “Smith-Corona,” and it reminded me of my old Smith-Corona typewriter, which I finally got rid of in 2005 after having it for about 25 years. I’m sure some younger readers are asking, “What’s a ‘typewriter’?”) Anyway, I heard one of the local conservative talk radio personalities engaging in fear-mongering with this coronavirus scare, as he calls for more fascism and police state than we already have. And it’s based on fear and irrationality. Oh, well.

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Zero Hedge with an article on Zero Hedge suspended by Twitter, who apparently doesn’t believe in scientific inquiry.

Conor Friedersdorf: The torturers wanted to stop, but the CIA kept going.

Ron Paul: A million Iraqis asked us to leave. We should listen.

Robert Wenzel comments on Bernie Sanders’s socialist programs.

Brandon Smith: How viral pandemic benefits the globalist agenda.

Jon Rappoport on the Church of the Virus, and the China epidemic — implications for America and other countries.

Bill Sardi: The 2020 Coronavirus scare: better than any horror movie.

Alex Rubinstein and Max Blumenthal: Woke wonk Elizabeth Warren’s foreign policy team is stacked with pro-war swamp creatures.

Kevin Gosztola: To rig primary against Bernie, DNC chair Tom Perez nominates regime-change agents, Israel lobbyists, and Wall Street consultants.

Walter Williams on democracy and tyranny.

Moon of Alabama: The war in Afghanistan expands on both sides.

Jacob Hornberger: An unusual lawsuit against Iran.

Doug Bandow: Trump ignores the Saudis’ awful record on religious freedom.

MassPrivateI: Secret Service agents and U.S. Marshals are patrolling the schools.

Jeremy Kuzmarov: Truth a major casualty of the impeachment hearings.

Gateway Pundit: Exclusive: Christopher Wray’s FBI caught in another lie and cover-up — FBI emails on Seth Rich uncovered, and on a dark and dirty FBI agent still being protected by the FBI.

Chris Menahan: U.S. Army funds “Fully Automated Microaggression Detector” to “catch implicit bias” in the workplace.

Sheldon Richman: Trump lays an egg: The Israel/Palestine vision.

Daniel Lazare: Holocaust hypocrisy: Hawks use legacy of Auschwitz to push war.

Jonathan Cook: The Holocaust, BBC and anti-Semitism smears.

Eric Margolis on the Trump-Bibi grand theft property.

Richard Ebeling: FDR and Stalin planned the future of the world.

Laurence Vance on discrimination insanity.

And Alex Nowrasteh: There is no national security justification for Trump’s new immigration ban.

The Impeachment “Whistleblower” Is Really Just a “Propagandist”

U.S. Chief Bureaucrat John Roberts has been censoring Sen. Rand Paul’s questions for House managers in the Senate impeachment trial of The Donald. For questioning, the senators submit written questions to the Chief Bureaucrat who presides over the trial. Anyway, given what a swamp creature Roberts is, and what a turncoat Roberts was in his changing his vote toward approval of ObamaCare, that he would censor questions in favor of sweeping government criminality under the rug is no big surprise.

So Paul tweeted his Roberts-censored question thus: “Are you aware that House intelligence committee staffer Shawn Misko had a close relationship with Eric Ciaramella while at the National Security Council together, and are you aware and how do you respond to reports that Ciaramella and Misko may have worked together to plot impeaching the President before there were formal house impeachment proceedings.”

Paul further clarified in the tweets: “My question is not about a “whistleblower” as I have no independent information on his identity. My question is about the actions of known Obama partisans within the NSC and House staff and how they are reported to have conspired before impeachment proceedings had even begun.

Some people are saying that outing a whistleblower could compromise his job security or safety. But the alleged “whislteblower” in this case who started this whole fiasco later last year is not a whistleblower. He did not expose “waste, fraud or abuse” in his working behind the scenes with Adam Schiff, the day after the controversial Trump-Ukraine phone call, to get this impeachment going. In fact, the alleged “whistleblower” began in his crusade against Trump soon after Trump was inaugurated.

According to WikiSpooks, Eric Ciaramella was a CIA apparatchik who became a White House staffer thanks to former Trump National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster, and had been a “Susan Rice protégé.” (Hmm, that sounds good. I sure hope he had no involvement in Rice’s unmasking the names of Trump flunkies who were under illegal surveillance! Doh!) More info from Heavy.com.

The “whistleblower” who reported second-hand or third-hand hearsay information regarding that Trump-Ukraine phone call to get this impeachment fiasco going, was a Trump-hater, one of many. But I’m sure you can take any phone conversation and blow any statement out of proportion, such as in the specific phone call the bureaucrats chose to blow out of proportion for impeachment.

And I don’t think that Trump knew in July of 2019 that Joe Biden would be his Democrat opponent a year later in 2020. So it seems to me that to suggest that Trump was thinking of Biden in that phone call as his “political rival” has been an invalid argument, one that has been obediently repeated by the lapdogs of the mainstream media. Not that I’m particularly defending Trump, mind you. He is just another criminal bureaucrat, in my view.

So the “whislteblower” wasn’t really exposing “fraud, waste, or abuse” or incompetence or criminality in government, in the same way that Bradley Manning, now known as Chelsea Manning, did in 2010, or Edward Snowden, or Thomas Drake or John Kiriakou have done.

No, the “whistleblower” was taking second hand and hearsay information as propaganda and using it in cahoots with swamp creatures in Congress to impeach a President they just don’t like. So, really the “whistleblower” isn’t actually a whistleblower, or even just a “leaker,” but a propagandist.

And at the beginning of the House impeachment inquiry even further propaganda oozed from Adam Schiff in his reading a made-up version of the transcript of the Trump-Ukraine phone call, making Trump sound like a gangster. Now THAT’s propaganda! Quite different from the actual transcript of the phone call. (So, did the CIA flunky “whistleblower” cahoot with Schiff in the changing of that transcript? Just askin’.)

And that is what swamp creatures such as those in the CIA are good at, propaganda and psy-ops. The swamp propagandists of the CIA and the rest of the national security state in Warshington including the FBI, NSA, the Pentacon, and DOJ didn’t like Trump’s “drain the swamp” rhetoric during the campaign, and they have been obsessed with getting him out of there. Literally obsessed. I have never seen this kind of pathological obsession with one single political figure on the part of national security apparatchiks, politicians and their news media government groupies.

Now, I can see why a CIA apparatchik and his fellow national security swampers don’t want to impeach Trump for his war crimes of authorizing drone strikes that kill mainly innocent civilians overseas, or for his ordering assassinations of foreigners without due process. Because as we know the goons and spooks of the national security apparatus approve of all those immoral interventions and criminal acts. But what is wrong with Democrats (who used to be known as “liberals”), when they couldn’t care less about Trump’s actual crimes, and instead make stuff up, such as this whole impeachment farce and Russiagate, as a way to try to get rid of him?

So, one good solution to all this, besides getting rid of Trump (and Pence et al.), is just abolishing the CIA, FBI, NSA, as well as the DHS, TSA, ICE and all the other totalitarian agencies in Warshington, and ending all tax-funded foreign aid, and closing down all those foreign U.S. military bases overseas and bringing all the U.S. military back to the U.S. (and even better, putting them in the private sector where they can actually be productive).