Daily Archives: November 2, 2016

USA | Inside the invisible government: war, propaganda, Clinton & Trump

by John Pilger

The American journalist, Edward Bernays, is often described as the man who invented modern propaganda.

The nephew of Sigmund Freud, the pioneer of psycho-analysis, it was Bernays who coined the term “public relations” as a euphemism for spin and its deceptions.

USA | Officials Storm Treaty Camp, Some Activists Fight Back

October 27 By C.S. Hagen

CANNONBALL – One footstep at a time, law enforcement pushed activists south of their “line in the sand,” overruning the “Treaty Camp,” and arresting 117 by early evening.

Ukraine | Kiev regime lays responsibility for Odessa massacre on slain deputy

Blaming the dead: Why Kiev hung the tragedy of the House of Trade Unions on deceased ‘Kuliovtsa’

By Ilya Murom
October 25: The Ukrainian Prosecutor’s Office announced that a suspect in the case of the death of people in the Odessa House of Trade Unions on May 2, 2014, was one of the people killed there — Odessa Regional Council Deputy Vyacheslav Markin. A Federal News Agency correspondent spoke with former Odessa Regional Council Deputy and friend of Markin, Alexey Albu.
According to Ukrainian media, relatives of the deceased recently received notification that Vyacheslav Markin was suspected in the case of the tragedy in the House of Trade Unions. According to the document, Markin first allegedly lured people into the building, and then provoked a clash between Kulikovo field activists [the anti-fascists] and so-called “Euromaidanists” — who, according to the investigators, supposedly committed no crimes, but merely defended the rule of law in Odessa.