John Grant, a Vietnam veteran, noir genre writer and peace activist with Veterans for Peace, and his partner artist and peace activist Lou Ann Merkel,
Native American tribal leaders conducted a forgiveness ceremony with U.S. veterans on Monday night, in an emotional event that also honored the Standing Rock Sioux’s victoryagainst the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) over the weekend. Chief Leonard Crow Dog, a well-known spiritual leader and member of the Sicangu Lakota tribe, formally forgave Wesley Clark, Jr. after the son of former NATO …
For the past several days hundreds of veterans have begun arriving at Standing Rock to show solidarity with the water protectors. Starting on Thursday, veterans from across the country began arriving at the Oceti Sakowin and Sacred Stone camps in North Dakota. Over 1,000 veterans plan to “deploy” and are calling on their fellow veterans to assemble as a “peaceful, …
Born in the 1940s We Remember -with Meria Heller and Jim Fetzer
On today’s Meria Heller Show, Meria and Jim discuss these topics: BRICS nation coup’s, Venezuela & Brazil vs. the IMF, Bernie Sanders vs. Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton, Kissing the ring of Henry Kissinger and AIPAC; The endless wars we are involved in, Wesley Clark has revelations, Libya-Iran, Adelson backing Donald Trump, Establishment politicians, Dead Congress pledge to Israel, Bill Clinton again, 28 pages found on 9/11, Saudi’s expose 9/11 as inside job to create war of terror, CIA/MOSSAD and false flags, Bin Laden was a CIA asset?, Israel=ISIS, The Panama Papers expose Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump, Non-intervention, President Obama and Vietnam this Memorial Day, Rafael Cruz & Bush Zapata oil, The 2nd Amendment and The end of the two party system?
The Information Business: CNN Hit A Jackpot with ‘Debate’ in Las Vegas
Ex-Army General Explains the U.S. Military Objective in Syria
The CNN/Facebook-hosted Q&A session with Democratic presidential candidates Oct. 13 was great for business. Leid Stories reveals the money motive behind this and other such “debates.”
The situation in war-torn Syria, already catastrophic, in recent weeks has seen yet another element added to the lethal mix. President Bashar Hafez al-Assad’s two–pronged battle to quash a rebel-led civil war and beat back advancing ISIS troops, now faces ramped up conflicting military interventions by Russia and the United States. Russia’s help was asked for and welcomed; the United States’ was not.
Gen. Wesley Clark (ret.), former supreme allied commander of NATO, explains the U.S.’s military objective in Syria.
Retired general and former Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark on Friday called for World War II-style internment camps to be revived for “disloyal Americans.” In an interview with MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts in the wake of the mass shooting in Chatanooga, Tennessee, Clark said that during World War II, “if someone supported Nazi Germany at the expense of the United States, we …