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Europe Will Reap What Spain Has Sown

Authored by Wayne Madsen via The Strategic Culture Foundation, The Spanish government decided to reach back into its history and borrow from the playbook of longtime Spanish fascist dictator Francisco Franco in dealing with Catalonia’s decision to declare independence from the Spanish Kingdom as the Republic of Catalonia. The Catalan government’s decision to declare independence […]

CNN Loses Its Mind – Claims Russia Used ‘Pokémon Go’ To Influence Election Through Liberal Activism

Content originally published at iBankCoin.com This has got to be some sort of mass social experiment to determine how stupid people are. CNN is reporting that Russian propagandists used the popular Pokémon Go game, in which players go on a real-world scavenger hunt to find and “train” Pokémon characters, to stoke racial tension by sending players to areas in which […]

Power Corrupts: A Culture Of Compliance Breeds Despots And Predators

Authored by John Whitehead via The Rutherford Institute, Power corrupts. Worse, as 19th-century historian Lord Acton concluded, absolute power corrupts absolutely. It doesn’t matter whether you’re talking about a politician, an entertainment mogul, a corporate CEO or a police officer: give any one person (or government agency) too much power and allow him or her […]

Former Chicago Police Chief: ‘Black Lives Matter’ To Blame For Rise In Violent Crime

Submitted by Joseph Jankowski via PlanetFreeWill.com, Former Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy on Sunday blamed the Black Lives Matter movement for causing an uptick in violent crime inside the country. According to The Hill, McCarthy blamed protests against police brutality in cities like Baltimore, Ferguson, Mo., and Charlotte, N.C., for creating a “political atmosphere of anti-police […]

2016: The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Year

Submitted by John Whitehead via The Rutherd Institute, “What’s past is prologue.” ? William Shakespeare, The Tempest What a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year this has been. Endless wars. Toxic politics. Violence. Hunger. Police shootings. Mass shootings. Economic downturns. Political circuses. Senseless tragedies. Loss. Heartache. Intolerance. Prejudice. Hatred.

War On The Streets Of America: Protesters Attack Police Officers In Major Cities All Over The Nation

This is what a nation looks like when it starts melting down from within.  A series of very disturbing incidents of police brutality against young black males has caused a firestorm to erupt all across the country.  You would have thought that the massacre of police in Dallas would have caused everyone to step back […]

Crowdsourcing US Police Brutality

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 06/04/2015 17:30 In the wake of the violent protests that left Baltimore in ashes at the end of April, US race relations and police misconduct are now the subject of intense debate in America. One theory — dubbed the “Ferguson Effect” — claims police are now reluctant to engage in […]

12 Unanswered Questions About The Baltimore Riots That They Don’t Want Us To Ask

Why did the Baltimore riots seem like they were perfectly staged to be a television event?  Images of police vehicles burning made for great television all over the planet, but why were there abandoned police vehicles sitting right in the middle of the riot zones without any police officers around them in the first place?  […]

Why I Wouldn’t Want To Be A Police Officer In America Today

Can you imagine going to work each day knowing that there are lots of people out there that would love to see you dead?  Despite what a lot of Americans may think, it takes real courage to be a police officer in this country today.  Every time you put on that uniform and walk out […]

How to increase public approval for the police state

The blazing skeleton of Juanita’s Fashions R Boutique in Ferguson, Mo., after arsonists torched it. (Image: Adrees Latif / Reuters) policestateusa.com / by Site Staff in Analysis, Media & Culture / November 25, 2014 If someone were to design an event to bolster public support for a militarized police state, what would that event look like? […]