William Sargant: Dark General in the Battle for the Mind

“Some people thought he was a wonderful doctor; some people he was the son of the Devil” … “Today, nobody knows who is William Sargant.” Dr. William Sargant was perhaps the foremost face of British mind control experimentation. A gangly fellow, he could have easily passed for Nosferatu on looks alone, but it is his …

Continue reading William Sargant: Dark General in the Battle for the Mind

Advertisements

Propaganda Feeds Fear and Loathing

A newspaper headline on May 8 informed the British public that «Putin sends three warships to Latvian waters in the Baltic Sea in latest challenge to NATO» and although the message was clear enough, it was also an instance of misinformation, which is defined as «false or inaccurate information, especially that which is deliberately intended to deceive». The newspaper in …

Continue reading Propaganda Feeds Fear and Loathing

Report: U.S., British Forces Enter Southern Syria Alongside Terrorists; Is a Bigger Battle Shaping Up?

Days after reports that Damascus was on high alert due to increased U.S. troop levels on the Jordanian border and an apparent preparation for an invasion from the south and southeast, the United States and Britain have indeed pushed into Syria from the very location earlier reports suggested would be used. Fighting alongside jihadist terrorist …

Continue reading Report: U.S., British Forces Enter Southern Syria Alongside Terrorists; Is a Bigger Battle Shaping Up?

Another Dangerous Rush to Judgment in Syria

With the latest hasty judgment about Tuesday’s poison-gas deaths in a rebel-held area of northern Syria, the mainstream U.S. news media once more reveals itself to be a threat to responsible journalism and to the future of humanity. Again, we see the troubling pattern of verdict first, investigation later, even when that behavior can lead …

Continue reading Another Dangerous Rush to Judgment in Syria

The War in Yemen: Two Years Old and Maturing?

The United Nations has stated that, of the four famines predicted for 2017, Yemen is the worst, with seven million people close to starvation and a further ten million in urgent need. Two years ago, on 26 March 2015, the Saudi-led coalition started aerial attacks on Yemen, transforming a civil war into an international conflict …

Continue reading The War in Yemen: Two Years Old and Maturing?