From 9/11, to HIV-AIDS to COVID-19 and the“Great Reset”
Matt Taibbi commiserated with Chris Hedges on his Russia Today platform. The two well-known journalists exchanged views on the body blow inflicted on the quality of journalism in America. They agreed that great injury had been done by the large scope of MSM efforts to censor information with great potential to drag down the electability... Read More
…Coincidentally, Corroborating Criminal Conspiracy.
There are less than twenty-four hours until election day, 2020. With presidential candidate Joseph Biden purportedly within grasp of the reins of power, he is this hour in the deepest trouble of his political career. In the power politics of scandal, minutes can hang like hours and days become the stuff of history. As of... Read More
… Can A Criminal Be Inaugurated President?
Suddenly, the anticipated Trump campaign’s October surprise: allegations that presidential candidate Joseph Biden has been a beneficiary of an international influence-peddling scheme with his son, Hunter, as the point man. This has dramatically, for the moment, turned the tables of election 2020. This pre-election day chess move is an obvious, carefully planned Trump campaign hit... Read More
There has never been a news media as biased as the American one
The New York Post’s report that the FBI has laptops belonging to Hunter Biden that contain emails showing Hunter and Joe Biden’s use of the Vice Presidency for business deals that amount to influence peddling and money laundering was banned from Twitter, Facebook, and Google. The New York Times, Washington Post and other of the... Read More
On February 6th of this year, Brad Griffin wrote an article for Occidental Dissent republished on Unz.com titled, “Trump’s Chumps,” in which he makes the convincing argument that Trump for those that had hope he would somehow change the game in American politics, and make things better were chumps but he doesn’t discuss Trump’s foreign... Read More
High Tech Oligarchs threaten democracy
The current electoral campaign differs from that of 2016 in that the media, both conventional and online, has realized its power and has been openly playing a major role in what might well prove to be a victory across the board for the Democratic Party. At least that is the expectation, bolstered by a flood... Read More