Category Archives: War Makers

Truth blackout, propaganda, lies

What is meant by the term ‘mainstream media’ is understood in different ways depending on whether you are inside or outside of ‘mainstream’. The flow of news through ‘news wires’ that are maintained by a group of people and organisations

War veteran questions assault on Fallujah

US soldiers return to their barracks at a military base outside Fallujah, Iraq, in 2004. Photograph: Stefan Zaklin/EPA ——————————- US war veteran who was ordered into Fallujah in 2004 to engage with the ‘enemy’ now questions the semantics of war.

War is made for questionable reasons

War correspondents, journalists and editors, who are conscious of the way news is manufactured by people operating the machinery of Government spin, discuss here an aspect of war making that is not discussed openly in the main media. Namely, the

Masters of the Universe Video

The reasons given by the official PR of Governments for the involvement of their citizens in war is not always the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Historians have a habit of digging out information from declassified

The Bible teacher versus The Teacher

Here we have another fine example of the curse of the Old Testament upon the living Christ. A Baptist minister uses unreliable ideas about God’s nature found in the Old Testament as if it were a canon written in stone.

The Christian Right

There is nothing right at all about the concept of a theocracy, a Christian Nation, least of all one that declares war, thinking that the head of Christianity, Jesus Christ, is its supreme commander. The American copycat ideology of British

Learn Nothing From History

Los Angeles Times local December 2010 “In December 1944, his prayer was answered. The weather miraculously cleared (it did eventually snow, but the prayer hadn’t mentioned snow), and Patton was able to get his army moving again. When the Germans

Not fair on soldiers

Western Energy Supply Companies like BP, Amoco, Exxon, Unocal and Pennzoil have been involved in major joint ventures in Afghanistan for decades. The BBC broadcasted as early as 1997 plans by these major corporations to construct significant networks of new