Forgiveness for Hillary, Immunity for Podesta: An Open Letter to the AG  

In younger years, Rolf Harris ran a children’s TV show on the BBC

by Mary Maxwell, PhD, LLB

Dear US Attorney General Jeff Sessions,

The fact that you were kind enough to vacate your Senate seat so Ol’ Mare could have a chance to grab it is always on my mind. I know you are busy with all the chores of the DoJ and apparently having to deal with immense political infighting. Today I am offering you information that could bring a bit of relief.

Because it has to do with Pizzagate, you may think this is the last subject in the world that could bring relief – but I have a habit of seeing things in a different light from most people.

I am going to suggest that you summon John Podesta and offer him a deal – immunity in exchange for sufficient information. I also suggest you promise a pardon to Mrs Clinton. [Read more…]

Ziglar, a Shocker of a Supreme Court Case: Mueller and Ashcroft Walk Free

Inscription on the Liberty Bell is from Leviticus 25:10 — “Proclaim liberty throughout the land to all its inhabitants” 

by Mary Maxwell, currently a candidate for US Senate

The 18th century Founding Fathers of the United States were only too aware of the likelihood of powerful “gentlemen” belittling the ordinary Joe. The fact that we have such a strong Constitution is thanks to that very awareness. James Madison, George Washington, George Mason and others – God bless ’em – had a mathematical sense of how to constrain the powerful.

I’ve lived outside the US for most of the last four decades. But before that, when I was here in the Sixties and Seventies, I saw the Supreme Court very nearly perfecting the plan of the Constitution to protect the ordinary Joe. Perhaps it was the Civil Rights litigation that heated things up, or maybe it was just the potential of the Constitution to expand to where the little guy would indeed rise up above his oppressor. [Read more…]

The Plan To Keep Africa Enslaved

Is this Libya’s gold in London?

by Dee McLachlan

I was born and raised in Africa. Our history books distorted the truth about the “respectable” leaders, like Cecil John Rhodes. They didn’t teach us about the plunder — a plunder that never stopped.

On the surface, the gap between rich and poor does not make sense.

According to the World Bank, the citizens of Luxembourg, Qatar, Norway, Singapore and Switzerland enjoy some of the highest household average salaries in the world. Luxembourg, for example, has an annual household average salary of $91,388 (I presume USD).

And take for example, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) — a country ravaged by conflict. With a population of 75 million, it has the lowest household average salary in Africa — a mere $422. (Does this mean an average of $1.15 per day for the family?) [Read more…]

Fascinating Proposal for a Lawsuit against NATO Members

by Mary W Maxwell, current candidate for the US Senate

Here is a delightfully creative case that argues the wrongness of bombarding civilians with depleted uranium. A private group, The Serbian Royal Academy of Scientists and Artists, says it is planning to sue the member states of NATO for damage done in Kosovo and other parts of the former Yugoslavia.

To name just one of the complaints, they say many children have developed cancer since NATO’s bombs were dropped there.

I do not know of any precedents for this — I don’t really think there is a way for a private group to sue a nation, as such. There are three well-known cases of a victim of international violence trying to get relief from domestic courts — the Filartiga suit in the US regarding a victim of torture in Paraguay; a Texas suit against the Vatican regarding pedophile priests; and the Spanish suit against Augusto Pinochet for harm done in Chile. I will discuss those below.
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Trump Should Not Look Beleaguered

Donald Trump (b 1946), Steve Biko (1946-1977)

by Mary W Maxwell, current candidate for US Senate

This is a bad scene. It should be stopped now. We have “senior people” (read: immature people) taking up a lot of air time on Nothing At All. The rest of the world must be disgusted. Do you know there is a cholera epidemic in Yemen? Well, you should know as it may be our responsibility, since the US inexplicably supplied the Saudis with weapons to harm the innocent Yemenis. [Read more…]

Finally, a Strong US Attorney General

Atlas holding up the world, at Collins Street, Melbourne

by Mary Maxwell, PhD, LLB

Since I happen to be a Republican candidate looking to fill the very seat left in the US Senate by Jeff Sessions’ 2017 appointment as US Attorney General, you may expect that I will go easy on him.  I have been watching the Congressional Committee grill him this afternoon, and I suppose if he did a mediocre job I’d go a bit easy on him in reporting the event, out of sentiment.

However, it turns out that there was no need for bias. Attorney General Sessions — who is properly addressed as “General” — did a superlative job. I sure do feel more secure about America, knowing that there is at least one man in Washington who has old-school discipline.  Actually there’s more than one; at least two Congresspersons offered very intelligent commentary during the hearing. Another two or three behaved like absolute nincompoops. Not mentioning any names Mr Wyden and Mr King. [Read more…]

Nailing James Comey

Former FBI Director James Comey

by G5

Sessions raided Comey’s office while Comey was in California — reading his letter of dismissal. Removed in accordance with his contract, at the President’s pleasure.

Comey, as I have written, had set himself into FBI as the blackmail king — following on from Hoover’s 48 year stint (BOI-FBI). The difference being that Hoover was able to blackmail the 8 presidents under whom he served — or vice versa. And the Mafia had the file on Hoover. His Mafia code name was ‘Mary’. Then Valachi appeared and exposed Hoover and the Mafia. [Read more…]

Illusions of The Mighty

by G5

There is more to the bombings in Manchester and Kabul, at the onset of Ramadan.

As there is more to the cholera in Yemen — as there is more to the ongoing destruction of American history (de-Christianizing, protecting the guilty, Confederacy and Slavery).

There is a steady diet of rewrites of foreign history and American Supremacy, and the deceptions of the destroyed American educational system. MSM has taken its addicted to the ends of the limbs — from where it can never return. [Read more…]

Is the Real Korean “Threat” Reunification, Not War?

by G5

The reason that America has been posturing against North Korea is the parallel to the two Germanys. North and South Korea will reunify — leaving the West in a slight wilderness of its own making.

The newly elected South Korean President Moon Jae-In is a realist — not a Communist, Socialist, Terrorist, or any other idiotic failed American ideological tagging. He is moving towards unification of the Two Koreas. The only sane and peace ensuring move that is possible.

America, thinking it can run in late to sit at that table, has missed the invitation list. [Read more…]

Swamp Critters in Australia?

by Phil Hingston

During the recent U.S. election,  Donald Trump stated numerous times he was going to Drain the Swamp. He even had the devoted “Trumpsters” chanting in unison at rallies, “DRAIN THE SWAMP! DRAIN THE SWAMP!” It was sort of catchy, and hey, who wouldn’t want the Swamp drained? Let’s kick out all those corrupt politicians and bureaucrats, criminal banksters and their cronies. Let’s really clean this place up.

But what exactly is  “The Swamp” and how can we identify it. [Read more…]

Part 2: All Wars are Bankers’ Wars — “A Den of Vipers and Thieves” and Assassinations

Andrew Jackson, the 7th US President

By Michael Rivero

Once again the nation [United States] was plunged into debt, unemployment, and poverty by the predations of the private central bank, and in 1832 Andrew Jackson successfully campaigned for his second term as President under the slogan, “Jackson And No Bank!”

Andrew Jackson and the Second Bank of the United States

True to his word, Jackson succeeded in blocking the renewal of the charter for the Second Bank of the United States. [Read more…]

Lap Dog Politicians Fail Australia Yet Again

by James O’Neill*

One of the more profoundly depressing consequences of the aftermath of the American missile attack on the al Shayrat Syrian air base is having to acknowledge how terminally stupid our politicians are.  Either that, or they are so captivated by the dictates of United States foreign policy that they follow blindly in its wake, which is a different kind of stupidity.

Only the independent MP Andrew Wilkie (www.abc.net.au 12 April 2017) and Green spokesperson Scott Ludlum (media release 7 April 2017) have publicly questioned the dominant media narrative.

There are at least four alternative narratives available to explain what happened in what is alleged to be a chemical weapons attack on the Syrian village of Khan Sheikhoun. [Read more…]

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