Review: The Culture of Critique by Kevin MacDonald – BANNED by Amazon in Violation of the 1st Amendment

Kevin MacDonald 5 Star Brilliant Dissection of Political and Economic History — Reality — that is CENSORED by Amazon and the Mainstream Media Review by Robert David Steele I have been very diligent about distinguishing between Zionism (the invented criminal genocidal apartheid state of Israel and its 1% elite Deep State backers) and Judaism (the …

Ed Jewett: US Intelligence Community Admits Ineptitude with Open Source Information

 Intel Community Grapples With Key Open Source Intel “In our defeat-ISIS activities, we’ve had a struggle and presently continue to struggle with the challenge of open source and publicly available information, and how we leverage that to make it truly useful for the warfighter,” Jospeh Votel, former head of both Special Operations Command and Central …

Zero Hedge: James Kunstler on the Framing of General Michael Flynn by John Brennan and then James Comey – Could Indictments Against Brennan, McCabe and Comey Be Looming?

Kunstler Exposes “Tectonic Rumblings” In America’s Political Memory Hole My own heuristic analysis is that rival Intel chief, John Brennan of the CIA, enlisted British Intel “asset” (i.e., agent) Joseph Mifsud to sandbag General Flynn in order to put him out of business and shove him offstage. After Mr. Trump won the 2016 election, he …

Worth A Look: Historically-Documented Admissions of False Flag Terror: A Concise Summary

First-ever book documenting ADMISSIONS of false flag terrorism around the world, including false flags in the following countries (in alphabetical order): 1.Algeria, 2.Britain, 3.Burma (Myanmar), 4.Canada, 5.Colombia, 6.Egypt, 7.France, 8.Germany, 9.India, 10.Indonesia, 11.Israel, 12.Italy, 13.Japan, 14.Kuwait, 15.Macedonia, 16.Mexico,17.Russia, 18.Rwanda, 19.Saudi Arabia, 20.South Africa, 21.Turkey, 22.Ukraine,23.United States, 24.Venezuela

John Petersen: Adam Gopnik Is Intelligence Intelligent? Are Spies More Trouble Than They’re Worth?

Are Spies More Trouble Than They’re Worth? The history of espionage is a lesson in paradox: the better your intelligence, the dumber your conduct; the more you know, the less you anticipate. The universal law of unintended consequences rules with a special ferocity in espionage and covert action, because pervasive secrecy rules out the small, …