New York Times Admits It Pushed Fabricated Evidence about Iraq, Syria and Ukraine

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The New York Times pushed fabricated evidence in the run up to the Iraq war. A year later, the newspaper apologized for its inaccurate, one-sided coverage.

WAC Chicago (flashback): Gov. Rod Blagojevich Uncensored

Back in 09′ WAC Chicago spoke with Gov. Blagojevich about the BOA incident that led to his arrest the following day. He’s been sentenced to 14 years in prison. Watch the video, spread the truth far and wide.

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Detailed article from Infowars:

http://www.infowars.com/blagojevich-arrested-on-corruption-charges-after-going-up-against-bank-of-america/

Charlie Skelton mainstream media taboo on 9/11 and Bilderberg

Check Out Charlie Skeltons London Guardian article with the interview he did with Luke Rudkowski http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/sep/12/september11-usa

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Music: Lupe Fiasco – Words I Never Said ft. Skylar Grey
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The Left/Right Paradigm. Can Fine Gael or Sinn Fein save Ireland? Well… no.

Alan – WaC Ireland

Some people seem to think that different political parties or allegiances can help solve this problem, for example that Sinn Fein are really against Fianna Fail, when they are really just hijacking the mood in the country. Politicians will not solve anything, they are not trained in it. They don’t actually know how to look at the problems of the country and figure out how to solve them. They are trained in basic book-cooking and NLP, how to present bad news well and smile for the cameras, except in the case of Cowen, who can’t even look pretty for the propaganda pieces we see on RTE, the Independent & the Times. The politicians are merely figureheads for the large financiers and banking interests that long ago bought this country. Complaining about a politician’s “decisions”, telling them to change or voting for a different one can be closely compared to the pop music industry.

Imagine for a second that you don’t like Britney Spears latest album: you think the video is woeful, you think the lyrics are unfit for children, you don’t like the album cover and the actual copy you bought skips on track 13. Of all of these things, there is very little you can do.
MAYBE if you went to the shop and made a fuss they’d exchange the copy for you but that’s it. They won’t give you a refund, they’ll just give you another copy of the same woeful album. Standing outside the HMV you bought it from picketing against Britney isn’t going to do anything. Neither is going to HMV head office. You might get a €10 gift voucher at most.

Breaking into Britney’s house and threatening that you’ll burn it down unless she does something is not going to change anything. She doesn’t have any power, she is just a figurehead for Britney Spears Inc. Certain people write her lyrics, other guys do her videos, someone else composes her “music”, another team markets the album to children, another team outsources printing of the CDs, etc. Almost none of these people are DIRECTLY controlled by the industry, they are not afraid of the Man Behind the Curtain, they don’t know the whole agenda, but they are cogs in it. Cogs that know their place. Cogs that know not to rock the boat or they lose their job. They are part of one big machine.

In the current political & economic global system even if you got a chance to take down or, as some have threatened to do at the recent marches, kill all the people that you think are the problem, they would be soon replaced by someone else. Nobody would even have to choose to replace them, it would just happen organically, like leaving a parking space free in the City Centre. We can’t expect to change anything by taking down the government, or even the bankers that control it. It is the 5000 year
old, hierarchical, pyramid shaped tyrannical system that is wrong, the system that needs to change. NO man has the right to tell you what to do or demand money from you, least of all some corrupt government!

What is the best way to make this change? Think about the music industry again and the answer becomes obvious. Stop supporting the system. Stop justifying the system by voting for criminals, stop paying taxes NOW. They are going to be used to fund the next generation of Irish Bank bondholders, such as the famous Rothschild dynasty. All income tax is used for is paying off the so-called “National/Sovereign Debt”. A Sovereign cannot be indebted to a fictional entity like a corporation/government.

Somebody asked me recently:
” Are the fine gael party & labour party going to vote in favour of the fianna fail/green Budget on the 7th of December?”

I can’t answer that question but ultimately I don’t think it is relevant. Are the rats and the vultures going to vote on who eats the maggot infected corpse strewn over the highway?  We’re talking about rival mob families, the Gambinos and the Luchesses. They all want power but they would never sell the others out to get it; they play by certain rules, rules that maintain the status quo so that the real power never changes, and people have the illusion of freedom of choice. It’s a powerful thing, that illusion, but a necessary one for the world’s elite to keep their foot in the door so to speak. If there was not choice people would rise up. Instead were faced with choices every day.

Notebook or Macbook? Doesn’t matter, they’re both made by quanta.
Daz, Surf or Ariel? All owned by Lever Bros.
Stella, Corona, Bud, Dutch Gold? You guessed it.
Left wing, right wing, Fianna Fail, Sinn Fein, green party, conservative, democrat, republican, socialist, communist or libertarian, they are all drinking form the same toilet. The international banking cartels have long since bought and paid for any semblance of real democracy decades ago. All the politicians ever offer is a slightly modified photocopy of the same outdated drawing.

We need self governance and community level co-ordination on employing private companies to do the work the state overcharged us on, different areas with different currencies for that area, or a LETS system, and a currency for international trading, backed by our oil reserves, rather than DEBT, and a voluntary law system based on common law; “Do no harm, cause no loss; your rights end where others begin”.

The only politician I’d ever listen to (and still be way of) is one who plans on reducing corporation status to less than that of a human being and dissolving outdated ideas like land ownership and corporations owning anything.
No more income tax, VAT pays for services that we use, no more complying with the Gardai on non-criminal acts; they are acting as revenue collectors for a fascist government and it’s time they realised that and return to their oath.

Alan – WaC Ireland

The official story of 9/11 is impossible – WaC Ireland

Article by Paul, Videos by Alan – http://www.wearechange.ie

“It is an old maxim of mine that when you have excluded the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.” – Sherlock Holmes in “The Beryl Coronet”

When something is impossible it cannot happen. People can believe it happened, but belief does not trump impossible, no matter how many people believe or how convinced they might be. Impossible is impossible.

The ninth anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Centre occurred last month. To mark the occasion We Are Change Eire hosted a free screening of ‘Loose Change An American Coup’ at Seomra Spraoi in Dublin and

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