Persons of Conscience React to Syria’s Plight

A bombing in Syria – picture it happening in Cairns or Newcastle

by Mary Maxwell

This article takes off from a comment Phil Hingston made in response to Dee McLachlan’s article “A Syrian Quarry vs Trump Tower.” Hingston wrote:

“Now that we’ve witnessed the murder of an infant at the hands of the White Helmets/Deep State/Banksters, we ought to be able to grasp the evil facing us. This really is just as simple as good versus evil. Everyone can now choose their side. And in an age of information overload, ignorance is not an excuse.”

Even if ignorance is not an excuse, it’s probably slowing down any public protest. How can one figure out what is going on? As has been amply argued at Gumshoe, especially by barrister James O’Neill, “Canberra” constantly lies about international politics, and is totally secretive as to its real guiding policy. [Read more…]

Part 3: All Wars are Bankers’ Wars — The Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve — It is neither “Federal” nor does it have any actual “Reserves”

By Michael Rivero

Following the defeat of the Aldrich Plan, in 1913, the Private Central Bankers of Europe, in particular the Rothschilds of Great Britain and the Warburgs of Germany, met with their American financial collaborators once again on Jekyll Island, Georgia to form a new banking cartel with the express purpose of forcing the United States to accept a private central bank, with the aim of placing complete control of the United States money supply once again under the control of private bankers. [Read more…]

Part 1: All Wars are Bankers’ Wars

The First Bank of the United States

By Michael Rivero

“The most hated sort [of moneymaking], and with the greatest reason, is usury, which makes a gain out of money itself, and not from the natural use of it. For money was intended to be used in exchange, but not to increase at interest. And this term usury which means the birth of money from money, is applied to the breeding of money, because the offspring resembles the parent. Wherefore of all modes of making money this is the most unnatural.” — Aristotle (384-322 BCE)

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No Picnic on Mount Kenya

by Dee McLachlan

Most stories of war are about one side trying to kill the other side. So this Anzac Day morning I present a different story.

Having been a keen mountain climber in my youth, I remember reading a fascinating book — based on a true story during the Second World War, entitled “No Picnic on Mount Kenya.”

An Italian, Felice Benuzzi, was detained by the British at POW 354 Camp near Nanyuki, Kenya. Beyond the barbed wire and guard towers he could see Mount Kenya rising above the African plains. The mountain is the second highest peak in Africa and is 5,199 meters (17,058 ft) above sea level. [Read more…]

Terror in France and the Human Microchip Agenda

Police on the Champs Élysé​e​s, Paris 

by Dee McLachlan

Yet another (terrorist) attack in France, and the French are becoming exasperated.

The “fight against terrorism” has now become a major factor in the forthcoming French election, and an ABC article today claims “Vote for president could reshape Western world.” The people want solutions to radicalization, and the extended state of emergency.

Why has France been the focus of terrorist attacks over recent years? Mainstream media are explaining that Islamic State gave out a worldwide message to its followers in September 2014, singling out France.

ISIS (supposedly) said:

 “…kill a disbelieving American or European — especially the spiteful and filthy French…” [Read more…]

False Flags and the April Glaspie Transcript of 1990

(L) Ambassador Glaspie (R) the Bush presidents in bronze

by Mary W Maxwell

The newspapers in Oz, for the last few days, have been sounding the alarm about a conflict with North Korea. Does this mean all debate and investigation will be short-cut and a decision about Australia’s need to go to war will be presented as a fait accomplis?

One cannot rule out that someone other than the apparent players are causing the NK “emergency” to arise. Let us look back to 1990.  It appears from the transcript printed below that the US Ambassador to Iraq, Ms April Glaspie, encouraged Saddam into action against Kuwait in 1990.

Did she do this for American interest? Does she even know why she did it? Did a war by the US against Iraq in 1990 help anyone? The number of soldiers with Gulf War illness – a terrible affliction – is officially 175, 000, not counting the many who died.

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The Adventures of Tex and Rex

The aftermath of the ‘Mother of all Bombs’, a GBU-43 (MOAB)

by G5 ©

I work from raw Intel. I remain purposely aloof. I am advised that at the moment it appears as though the doyens of the “Alternative” are running a week to two behind me. Now I wonder why that would be.

American and Afghani ‘officials’ have declared that ‘no civilians’ died in The Good Friday Celebrations. We can only suggest that Tex and Rex phoned ahead and checked the identities of all those in the rabbit holes in the former great mountain of ISIS. How else would they know. Any women or children who may have been an issue — were fully paid up and inducted members of ISIS. [Read more…]

Syria and The Plan For Its Destruction

One, two, three, FIRE (X 59)

by Dee McLachlan

How should we react to this double assault:

  1. Assad gets blamed for killing his own people “including babies” — a fairly unlikely scenario
  1. Trump “punishes” Assad, by – of course – killing more human beings.

When I first heard about the chemical attack, the 2007 Wesley Clark interview come immediately to mind. [Read more…]

Humanity In Crisis, Part 6: Weapons of Mass Insanity

Nuclear tests in the 1950s — with soldiers marching into the test zone

by Dee McLachlan

I have always found it astonishing that leaders would build up such an arsenal of weapons — so large — that it could obliterate humanity from the planet.

Two countries — the US and Russia — currently have a total of 900 missiles and 2581 strategic nuclear warheads (that we know of) on launch-ready status. The total explosive power of these weapons is about 1185 Mt (megatons, or 1.185 billion tons of TNT equivalent explosive power). That is a ton of TNT for every family on the planet. [Read more…]

Australia and The Iraq War: Some New Revelations

By James O’Neill*

On 25 February 2017 the Sydney Morning Herald published an exclusive story they entitled “The Secret Iraq Dossier”.  The news item and a follow up piece in the SMH of 27 February 2017 was based on a Defence Department analysis written by Dr Albert Palazzo from the Directorate of Army Research and Analysis, a military think tank.  The SMH obtained a redacted copy of Dr Palazzo’s report under Freedom of Information legislation.

The analysis was written between 2008 and 2011 and runs to 572 pages.  There has been very little reaction to the Herald’s revelations in the Australian media.  The Defence Ministry itself dismissed the Palazzo Report as “an unofficial history” which only represented the author’s own opinions.  If they differed from those opinions they were careful not to say so. [Read more…]

The Day Israel Attacked… America (USS Liberty)


A note to Jon Faine (ABC 774 host):

When a former prime minister, the late Malcolm Fraser, informed you of the facts (on your radio show) regarding the attack on the USS Liberty by Israel in 1967 — you did not believe him.

Now with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (above R) visiting Australia, maybe it is a good time to interview Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (above L) about the Israeli Air Force’s unprovoked attack on the ship. [Read more…]

War Crimes in Yemen –- and Refugees


by Mary W Maxwell

In my “Melania’s Blue Dress” article, I made a throw-away remark about the proposed Mexican wall. Happily, Julius Skoolafish has challenged me. I won’t now go into the question of Mexican immigration, but instead will re-publish an article about Yemen that Julius called to our attention. [Read more…]

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