Electronic vote-counting machines are the equivalent of having ExxonMobil and Citibank take a paper ballot box into a sealed room and then telling us the vote totals without anyone able to observe the count....
How many Americans noticed that "our" government was never lawfully elected and continually violates its own laws? It follows that this farce the corporate media presents as "the U.S. Administration" is not the real government.
U.S.-Russia Nuclear Weapons Treaty Misses Historic Opportunity for Deep Cuts in Both Nation's Arsenals. Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with Matt Bivens, former editor at The Moscow Times, and the Nation Magazine's online Failsafe Point columnist.
A 30 minute review of international news and opinions recorded from a shortwave radio. 2 files- broadcast-13.7MB & quick/streaming-3.4MB. With times and freqs for listening at home. Free to rebroadcast upon notification. Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Russia, and Cuba
MIT's commencement speaker is James Wolfensohn, President of the World Bank. The MIT President and administration chose him with no input from the students - a fitting process, given the undemocratic and secretive way in which the World Bank itself operates.
We are all part
of a support mechanism that keeps dissent alive and thwarts attempts to
squash it. Dissent now is difficult. The people are more wary of protest than
usual. Also, government agencies tend to act against dissenters, sometimes
without good cause.