I guess I’m supposed to be impressed, but I’m not.
The chicoms have landed a probe on the dark side of the moon, now commonly called the far side. This is a first, primarily because nobody, astronomers included, give a fig about the dark side, which is as inconsequential and yawn-inspiring as the side facing us.
Continue reading “WTF Friday: The Dark Side of the Moon”
Thankfully, the “most important election in recent memory” is over and the results have turned out as expected.
Continue reading “Hurrah for Midterm Gridlock!”
Investigative journalist Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed has dredged up important document from the massive WikiLeaks archive. It is a draft of an internal US Marine Corps’ Intelligence Department forecasting paper produced in coordination with Strafor, often referred to as the private CIA, states a jihadi overthrow of Bashar al-Assad as highly improbable, if not impossible.
Continue reading “US and Israel Knew Wahhabi Head-choppers Wouldn’t Win in Syria”
Let’s put aside for a moment the nonsense about Russia hijacking the vote with Facebook ads and focus on the endgame.
Continue reading “Making the Arctic Safe for Neoliberalism”
Finally, a bit of truth from government. It came from Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke. He said the US has the “ability, with our Navy, to make sure the sea lanes are open, and, if necessary, to blockade [Russia and Iran] to make sure that their energy does not go to market.”
Continue reading “Trump’s Secretary of the Interior Wants to Blockade Russia and Iran”
It looks like we’re headed for a brave new world where all citizens are rated on their loyalty to the state and are punished for wandering from its narrative.
Call it the gamification of repression.
Continue reading “The Gamification of Tyranny”