Thursday, October 19, 2017


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by Morley Evans

To the Government of Canada
September 16, 2017

Sponsored by

Think for Action
Canadian Muslims for Peace and Justice

WHEREAS Rohingya Muslim people are an ethnic minority who have lived peacefully in Myanmar (formerly called Burma) for generations
WHEREAS violations of the human rights of the Rohingya Muslim people has been going on in Myanmar for many years
WHEREAS violent attacks and killing of the Rohingya Muslims by local militants has exponentially escalated since 2012
WHEREAS since 2012 thousands of Rohingya Muslims have been killed, and 110,000 interned in enclosed camps by the government of Myanmar 
WHEREAS this persistent escalation of violence has resulted in the killing of innocent Rohingya Women, men, children, Rohingya villages burned and the living exiled into enclosed camps
WHEREAS to date 370,000 have fled for their lives and have become refugees, prompting the UN human rights chief to declare it “A textbook example of ethnic cleansing”
THEREFORE, we the undersigned request the Government of Canada to take strong measures to persuade the Myanmar government directly and through the United Nations:
TO DECLARE the Rohingya Muslims as being minority ethnic citizens of Myanmar. 
TO EXTEND to the Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar all the democratic and human rights and privileges accorded to other citizens of Myanmar immediately.
WE DEMAND from the government of Myanmar to use all necessary measures to protect the life, property and other human rights of the Rohingya Muslim population, and
TO STOP all violence against the ethnic Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.


Wednesday, October 18, 2017


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by Morley Evans

This cannot be stated often enough. ONE: The United States of America did not "save the world" in World Wars I & II as advertised. TWO: The United States of America does not have "the most powerful military the world has ever known."

What the United States does have is the most persuasive propaganda the world has ever known combined with the most expensive military the world has ever known. Americans believe American propaganda. Almost everyone else believes it too.

Americans believe they have never lost a war. When the U.S.A. lost the War in Vietnam, Americans were shocked. But that is only one of the many wars the United States has lost. Americans lost the Civil War. Washington won the Civil War war, not Americans.

These errors are extremely dangerous. They have led directly to Washington's reckless behaviour. Leaders in Russia and China know the truth. They know that we cannot afford another world war. Everyone would die.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017


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by Morley Evans

A century ago, the world was completely changed by the Great War. The world is changing completely again today. It is worth examining what happened then, even though it will not help us to know what the future has in store. We could at least try to learn something. The people who think they "have the most powerful military the world has ever known" (and they know who they are) need to reflect on the past. Wise up.

This essay by Eric Koch provides an insight into Germany, one of the most important protagonists of the twentieth century. It was originally published on his WordPress site and republished here with the author's kind permission. Thank you, sir. 

Eric Koch

Otto von Bismarck

Chancellor Angela Merkel has one thing in common with Otto von Bismarck. She dominates European politics. But what a difference!­ Would she have said, as her predecessor did, “The great questions of the day will be decided by blood and iron”?

Beginning in the revolutionary year 1848, the many elements that made up Germany could have proceeded towards unification along liberal democratic lines, or in a conservative militaristic spirit under the leadership of Prussia. The wrong path was taken. Thanks to Bismarck’s unique political gifts, unification, when it came in 1871, was achieved after the third military victory in wars he had provoked – against Denmark, Austria, France. The Second Reich he created became conservative and militaristic. Its constitution was non-democratic. When he spoke in the Reichstag, he invariably wore a uniform.

Bismarck was a giant. His gifts consisted of single-mindedness, high intelligence, a masterful grasp of strategy, an intuitive understanding of the psychology of his opponents, and a low opinion of mankind. It is one of the ironies of history that he introduced health, old age and disability insurance, the building stones of the modern welfare state. He did it not for any humanitarian reasons but to defang his socialist opposition.

After having achieved unification, he governed Germany for nearly another twenty years, making every effort to avoid war, seeing to it that Germany had good relations with Russia and resisting the temptation to acquire colonies in competition with England and France.

He was unable to see that the non-democratic Germany he created could only survive in the long run if it was governed with his skills. Once the country was under the control of the young, brash, theatrical Kaiser Wilhelm II, who thought he could do without Bismarck and who had none of his talents, the road was downhill all the way. The person ultimately responsible for the disaster was Bismarck, not the Kaiser who eventually turned out to be a mere tool of the general staff. It was Bismarck who had laid the ground for the catastrophe.

Wikipedia on Bismarck.

Friday, October 6, 2017


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by Morley Evans

J.P. Morgan, Jr.


SOME PEOPLE THINK that the United States engineered the Great War (World War I). I do. Qui Bono? Was that possible? Why would the United States do such a thing?


American libertarian ideology is driven to free people from the bondage of kings and empires. The American Revolution was the first in a long line of efforts to give something to the downtrodden masses. That's what they say it was all about. That's what everyone believes. The American Revolution came before the French Revolution, Napoleon and the Russian Revolution. "Freeing the world to death," has always been the hallmark of American foreign policy. It's in the American genetic code.

Here are two examples of hundreds of movies that illustrate the theme that honest American hillbillies teach the Old World new tricks. What was is the subliminal message of Elvis Presley and the Rock 'n Roll genre?
The Unsinkable Molly Brown with Debbie Reynolds
Sergeant York with Gary Cooper


A century of peace following the defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo made monarchy look safe, yet Great Britain was worried about losing its scientific, military and industrial preeminence to Germany and France had lost the Franco-Prussian War. 

The world was a powderkeg primed to blow. 

The United States has always had black operations. Americans became aware of one agency in the Second World War when Wild Bill Donovan ran the OSS. The Office of Naval Intelligence was established in 1882. The Revolutionary War 1776-78 was financed and sponsored by bankers in the City of London who owned the British East India Company, a company that behaved like a state with its own navy, army and flag. 

Final flag of the East India Company

The Serbian Black Hand — which assassinated the Austrian Archduke and started the Great War — was supported, financed and directed by shadowy "interests unknown". 

The Ukrainian Nazis who took over the Ukraine in 2014 after the Orange Revolution are descended from the Nazis who fought for Hitler in WW II and who continued to fight the Red Army after Nazi Germany surrendered in 1945. Stalin and Khrushchev had to deal with them. They have been financed, trained, equipped and directed by Washington through the communist and post-communist eras to conduct sabotage and assassinations. Today, they infiltrate the Crimea, the Donbass and Russia itself. Recently, they were active in Georgia, South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Chechnya. This is not new. Washington has always been a hive of busy bees.

While the average American may not be able to find Canada on a map, Washington has always possessed competent operators. One example is that the Office of Naval Intelligence cracked Japanese military codes before Pearl Harbor was attacked in 1941. FDR in Washington knew well in advance. Pearl Harbor was a "sneak attack" only to the American scapegoats in Hawaii who were pawns on Washington's chessboard.

Going back to the Great War: Setting the Great Powers to fight each other had them do all the work of destroying themselves.

Americans created the modern weapons used in the Great War. The list includes aeroplanes, machine guns, breechloading rifles, barbed wire and even submarines. Americans sold them to the Great Powers who went on to make their own. The Germans built factories to manufacture Hiram Maxim's machine gun.

Gold was used to buy American manufactured armaments. U.S. industry boomed. American financiers, like Morgan, loaned belligerents billions which had to be repaid with interest. Great Britain was wrecked. Americans sold guns, bombs, and butter to Great Britain and France. Germans were starved by the Royal Navy's blockade. Germany created the Unterseeboot (U-boat) to retaliate. Americans had built the first submarine during the Civil War. (Confederates did it to break the Union blockade called the anaconda plan.)

Ludendorff destroyed the Russian Empire and relieved the eastern front when he injected Lenin — "the communist bacillus" — into Petrograd (St. Petersburg) on April 16, 1917. Lenin who had been hiding out in Switzerland, where his bills were being paid by the Warbergs (the American banking dynasty), was transported by the Germans to Russia in a "sealed train". It was sealed, no doubt, to keep Germany from being infected. Russia was contaminated as planned, but so was Germany and the world after the war.

Industrialized slaughter destroyed in one fell swoop most of the empires of the earth leaving only one empire untouched and enriched — the United States of America, the empire that does not think it is an empire. (The Chinese empire had been destroyed a few years before. Some European empires never got the message that they were now unimportant. The Empire of Japan was destroyed in WW II. The British Empire and the rest had to wait for World War II and its aftermath to find out they were toast.)

That is what happened. Was it all an accident? Humm . . .

“Do you want to know the cause of war? It is capitalism, greed, the dirty hunger for dollars. Take away the capitalist, and you will sweep war from the earth.”

― Henry Ford

Was Henry Ford some sort of communist?

Kaiser Wilhelm II was the favourite grandson of Queen Victoria. He loved his grandmother. She loved him and nurtured him throughout a difficult childhood. The Kaiser's mother was Vickie, one of Queen Victoria's daughters. Queen Victoria died in her grandson's arms in 1901. The Kaiser admired Great Britain and the British Empire.  The Kaiser Wilhelm II, Nicholas II and George V were first cousins! They grew up together. Some say they had been friends. "If their grandmother Queen Victoria had still been alive, said the Kaiser, she would never have allowed them to go to war with each other," BBC.

Something went wrong. That's for sure. The Great War changed the world completely. The world is changing completely again after a century. Those who are first soon will be last.

BBC British History

Did Queen Victoria really die in the Kaiser's arms? Eric Koch says no, but the Kaiser always said she did, according to Koch. Why would the Kaiser say that if he hated all things, British?


Tuesday, October 3, 2017


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by Morley Evans

"Every ambitious would-be empire clarions it abroad that she is conquering the world to bring it peace, security and freedom, and is sacrificing her sons only for the most noble and humanitarian purposes. That is a lie, and it is an ancient lie, yet generations still rise and believe it! ...  

If America ever does seek Empire, and most nations do, then planned reforms in our domestic life will be abandoned, States Rights will be abolished -- in order to impose a centralized government upon us for the purpose of internal repudiation of freedom, and adventures abroad.  

The American Dream will then die -- on battlefields all over the world -- and a nation conceived in liberty will destroy liberty for Americans and impose tyranny on subject nations." - 

George S. Boutwell  - (1818-1905) American statesman, Secretary of the Treasury under President Ulysses S. Grant, Governor of Massachusetts, Senator and Representative from Massachusetts 


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by Morley Evans

This is encouraging for anyone who knows what has been happening. Most will be awakened by hunger pangs, but they will be unaware of the reasons the abundance they have enjoyed has evaporated. Those who do know why utopia has become dystopia will may be powerless anyway. So it goes.

by Chris Hedges
Homeless Sam

October 02, 2017 "Information Clearing House" - 

THE AMERICAN EMPIRE IS COMING TO AN END. The U.S. economy is being drained by wars in the Middle East and vast military expansion around the globe. It is burdened by growing deficits, along with the devastating effects of deindustrialization and global trade agreements. Our democracy has been captured and destroyed by corporations that steadily demand more tax cuts, more deregulation and impunity from prosecution for massive acts of financial fraud, all the while looting trillions from the U.S. Treasury in the form of bailouts. The nation has lost the power and respect needed to induce allies in Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa to do its bidding. Add to this the mounting destruction caused by climate change and you have a recipe for an emerging dystopia. Overseeing this descent at the highest levels of the federal and state governments is a motley collection of imbeciles, con artists, thieves, opportunists and warmongering generals. And to be clear, I am speaking about Democrats, too.

The empire will limp along, steadily losing influence until the dollar is dropped as the world’s reserve currency, plunging the United States into a crippling depression and instantly forcing a massive contraction of its military machine.

Short of a sudden and widespread popular revolt, which does not seem likely, the death spiral appears unstoppable, meaning the United States as we know it will no longer exist within a decade or, at most, two. The global vacuum we leave behind will be filled by China, already establishing itself as an economic and military juggernaut, or perhaps there will be a multipolar world carved up among Russia, China, India, Brazil, Turkey, South Africa and a few other states. Or maybe the void will be filled, as the historian Alfred W. McCoy writes in his book “In the Shadows of the American Century: The Rise and Decline of US Global Power,” by “a coalition of transnational corporations, multilateral military forces like NATO, and an international financial leadership self-selected at Davos and Bilderberg” that will “forge a supranational nexus to supersede any nation or empire.”

Under every measurement, from financial growth and infrastructure investment to advanced technology, including supercomputers, space weaponry and cyberwarfare, we are being rapidly overtaken by the Chinese. “In April 2015 the U.S. Department of Agriculture suggested that the American economy would grow by nearly 50 percent over the next 15 years, while China’s would triple and come close to surpassing America’s in 2030,” McCoy noted. China became the world’s second-largest economy in 2010, the same year it became the world’s leading manufacturing nation, pushing aside the United States that had dominated the world’s manufacturing for a century. The Department of Defense issued a sober report titled “At Our Own Peril: DoD Risk Assessment in a Post-Primacy World.” It found that the U.S. military “no longer enjoys an unassailable position versus state competitors,” and “it no longer can … automatically generate consistent and sustained local military superiority at range.” McCoy predicts the collapse will come by 2030.

Empires in decay embrace an almost willful suicide. Blinded by their hubris and unable to face the reality of their diminishing power, they retreat into a fantasy world where hard and unpleasant facts no longer intrude. They replace diplomacy, multilateralism and politics with unilateral threats and the blunt instrument of war.

This collective self-delusion saw the United States make the greatest strategic blunder in its history, one that sounded the death knell of the empire—the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq. The architects of the war in the George W. Bush White House, and the array of useful idiots in the press and academia who were cheerleaders for it, knew very little about the countries being invaded, were stunningly naive about the effects of industrial warfare and were blindsided by the ferocious blowback. They stated, and probably believed, that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction, although they had no valid evidence to support this claim. They insisted that democracy would be implanted in Baghdad and spread across the Middle East. They assured the public that U.S. troops would be greeted by grateful Iraqis and Afghans as liberators. They promised that oil revenues would cover the cost of reconstruction. They insisted that the bold and quick military strike—“shock and awe”—would restore American hegemony in the region and dominance in the world. It did the opposite. As Zbigniew Brzezinski noted, this “unilateral war of choice against Iraq precipitated a widespread delegitimation of U.S. foreign policy.”

Historians of empire call these military fiascos, a feature of all late empires, examples of “micro-militarism.” The Athenians engaged in micro-militarism when during the Peloponnesian War (431-404 B.C.) they invaded Sicily, suffering the loss of 200 ships and thousands of soldiers and triggering revolts throughout the empire. Britain did so in 1956 when it attacked Egypt in a dispute over the nationalization of the Suez Canal and then quickly had to withdraw in humiliation, empowering a string of Arab nationalist leaders such as Egypt’s Gamal Abdel Nasser and dooming British rule over the nation’s few remaining colonies. Neither of these empires recovered.

“While rising empires are often judicious, even rational in their application of armed force for conquest and control of overseas dominions, fading empires are inclined to ill-considered displays of power, dreaming of bold military masterstrokes that would somehow recoup lost prestige and power,” McCoy writes. “Often irrational even from an imperial point of view, these micromilitary operations can yield hemorrhaging expenditures or humiliating defeats that only accelerate the process already under way.”

Empires need more than force to dominate other nations. They need a mystique. This mystique—a mask for imperial plunder, repression and exploitation—seduces some native elites, who become willing to do the bidding of the imperial power or at least remain passive. And it provides a patina of civility and even nobility to justify to those at home the costs in blood and money needed to maintain empire. The parliamentary system of government that Britain replicated in appearance in the colonies, and the introduction of British sports such as polo, cricket and horse racing, along with elaborately uniformed viceroys and the pageantry of royalty, were buttressed by what the colonialists said was the invincibility of their navy and army. England was able to hold its empire together from 1815 to 1914 before being forced into a steady retreat. America’s high-blown rhetoric about democracy, liberty and equality, along with basketball, baseball and Hollywood, as well as our own deification of the military, entranced and cowed much of the globe in the wake of World War II. Behind the scenes, of course, the CIA used its bag of dirty tricks to orchestrate coups, fix elections and carry out assassinations, black propaganda campaigns, bribery, blackmail, intimidation and torture. But none of this works anymore.

The loss of the mystique is crippling. It makes it hard to find pliant surrogates to administer the empire, as we have seen in Iraq and Afghanistan. The photographs of physical abuse and sexual humiliation imposed on Arab prisoners at Abu Ghraib inflamed the Muslim world and fed al-Qaida and later Islamic State with new recruits. The assassination of Osama bin Laden and a host of other jihadist leaders, including the U.S. citizen Anwar al-Awlaki, openly mocked the concept of the rule of law. The hundreds of thousands of dead and millions of refugees fleeing our debacles in the Middle East, along with the near-constant threat from militarized aerial drones, exposed us as state terrorists. We have exercised in the Middle East the U.S. military’s penchant for widespread atrocities, indiscriminate violence, lies and blundering miscalculations, actions that led to our defeat in Vietnam.

The brutality abroad is matched by a growing brutality at home. Militarized police gun down mostly unarmed, poor people of color and fill a system of penitentiaries and jails that hold a staggering 25 percent of the world’s prisoners although Americans represent only 5 percent of global population. Many of our cities are in ruins. Our public transportation system is a shambles. Our educational system is in steep decline and being privatized. Opioid addiction, suicide, mass shootings, depression and morbid obesity plague a population that has fallen into profound despair. The deep disillusionment and anger that led to Donald Trump’s election—a reaction to the corporate coup d’état and the poverty afflicting at least half of the country—have destroyed the myth of a functioning democracy. Presidential tweets and rhetoric celebrate hate, racism and bigotry and taunt the weak and the vulnerable. The president in an address before the United Nations threatened to obliterate another nation in an act of genocide. We are worldwide objects of ridicule and hatred. The foreboding for the future is expressed in the rash of dystopian films, motion pictures that no longer perpetuate American virtue and exceptionalism or the myth of human progress.

“The demise of the United States as the preeminent global power could come far more quickly than anyone imagines,” McCoy writes. “Despite the aura of omnipotence empires often project, most are surprisingly fragile, lacking the inherent strength of even a modest nation-state. Indeed, a glance at their history should remind us that the greatest of them are susceptible to collapse from diverse causes, with fiscal pressures usually a prime factor. For the better part of two centuries, the security and prosperity of the homeland has been the main objective for most stable states, making foreign or imperial adventures an expendable option, usually allocated no more than 5 percent of the domestic budget. Without the financing that arises almost organically inside a sovereign nation, empires are famously predatory in their relentless hunt for plunder or profit—witness the Atlantic slave trade, Belgium’s rubber lust in the Congo, British India’s opium commerce, the Third Reich’s rape of Europe, or the Soviet exploitation of Eastern Europe.”

When revenues shrink or collapse, McCoy points out, “empires become brittle.”

“So delicate is their ecology of power that, when things start to go truly wrong, empires regularly unravel with unholy speed: just a year for Portugal, two years for the Soviet Union, eight years for France, eleven years for the Ottomans, seventeen for Great Britain, and, in all likelihood, just twenty-seven years for the United States, counting from the crucial year 2003 [when the U.S. invaded Iraq],” he writes.

Many of the estimated 69 empires that have existed throughout history lacked competent leadership in their decline, having ceded power to monstrosities such as the Roman emperors Caligula and Nero. In the United States, the reins of authority may be in the grasp of the first in a line of depraved demagogues.

“For the majority of Americans, the 2020s will likely be remembered as a demoralizing decade of rising prices, stagnant wages, and fading international competitiveness,” McCoy writes. The loss of the dollar as the global reserve currency will see the U.S. unable to pay for its huge deficits by selling Treasury bonds, which will be drastically devalued at that point. There will be a massive rise in the cost of imports. Unemployment will explode. Domestic clashes over what McCoy calls “insubstantial issues” will fuel a dangerous hypernationalism that could morph into an American fascism.

A discredited elite, suspicious and even paranoid in an age of decline, will see enemies everywhere. The array of instruments created for global dominance—wholesale surveillance, the evisceration of civil liberties, sophisticated torture techniques, militarized police, the massive prison system, the thousands of militarized drones and satellites—will be employed in the homeland. The empire will collapse and the nation will consume itself within our lifetimes if we do not wrest power from those who rule the corporate state.

Chris Hedges, spent nearly two decades as a foreign correspondent in Central America, the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans. He has reported from more than 50 countries and has worked for The Christian Science Monitor, National Public Radio, The Dallas Morning News and The New York Times, for which he was a foreign correspondent for 15 years.

This article was originally Published by Truth Dig -

Wednesday, September 27, 2017


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by Morley Evans

William Blum

The new Vietnam documentary

At the beginning of Ken Burns’ new documentary on the American war in Vietnam, the narrator says the war “was begun in good faith by decent people out of fateful misunderstandings, American overconfidence and Cold War misunderstandings.”

The early American involvement in Vietnam can be marked by two things in particular: (1) helping the French imperialists in their fight against the forces led by Ho Chi Minh of North Vietnam and (2) the cancellation of the elections that would have united North and South Vietnam as one nation because the US and its South Vietnam allies knew that Ho Chi Minh would win. It was that simple.

[So much for Washington's devotion to freedom and democracy. If 'duhmockricy' doesn't produce what Washington wants, regime change is required to install a government Washington does like. - ed]

Nothing of good faith or decency in that scenario. No misunderstandings. Ho Chi Minh was a great admirer of America and its Declaration of Independence. His own actual declaration of 1945 begins with the familiar “All men are created equal. They are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” But Ho Chi Minh was what was called a “communist”. It was that simple. (See the Vietnam chapter in my book Killing Hope for the details.)

Daniel Ellsberg’s conclusion about the US in Vietnam: “It wasn’t that we were on the wrong side; we were the wrong side.” (emphasis added)

Buy Bill's books!

The Vietnam War was not a mistake. The War in Vietnam was business as usual. Look around. Read Bill's books. Deprogram yourself. -ed

Saturday, September 23, 2017

DPRK Ambassador to the United Nations

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by Morley Evans

The Truth
the whole truth
and nothing but
the truth.

North Korea Ri Young Ho Minister For Foreign Affairs 
NORTH KOREAN FOREIGN MINISTER RI YONG HO is addressing the United Nations General Assembly in New York Saturday, after a week of fiery barbs traded between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has stoked tensions over North Korea's nuclear program.

Moments before Ri was set to speak, U.S. Air Force bombers flew in international airspace east of North Korea. The Pentagon said it's the furthest north any U.S. fighters have flown in the 21st Century. 

The speech comes after Ri threatened to test a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific, and Mr Trump issued an executive order targeting countries that trade with North Korea. At a Friday night rally for Republican U.S. Senate contender Luther Strange in Alabama, Mr Trump derided "little rocket man" — his new favourite term for Kim — and emphasized that North Korea would be dealt with. Earlier in the day, the president tweeted that he, Kim, is a "madman" who will be "tested like never before." In Mr Trump's speech to the U.N. this week, the president said he would "totally destroy" North Korea if the U.S. is "forced to defend itself" or any allies.

Kim, in a rare statement earlier this week, called the president "mentally deranged" and a "dotard," pledging to strike as needed.

"Whatever Trump might have expected, he will face results beyond his expectation," Kim said in the statement. "I will surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged U.S. dotard with fire."



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by Morley Evans

I am trying to spread the word.

This speech was made on June 10, 1963. It was spring! The Cold War was defrosting. Kenney and Khruschev were engaged in secret talks. On November 22, 1963, winter began again. Hope was snuffed out in Dallas. Will the forces of evil win? YOU must decide. If you continue to slumber in your coma, they will win. YOU must wake up. There is no one else. YOU have to do it. WAKE UP!

"YOU must be the change you wish to see in the world." - Gandhi


Friday, September 22, 2017


by Morley Evans

I AM REASSURED (SOMEWHAT) that we probably will not all die in a World War. The United States has never launched a war with anyone of equal strength. When great powers have been involved, the United States has always played one against the other. Then, when one side or the other has nearly won a victory, the United States has stepped in, claimed the victory and taken all the loot and all the glory. 

This was certainly the case in both World Wars I and II. The American War of Independence was won for Washington, the man, by France. Before that Washington used Great Britain to defeat France and the Indians! The American Civil War was won by Washington, DC, and not by the North as everyone has been taught. All Americans lost the Civil War, both South and North. Power was centralized in Washington. The constitution the states had ratified was over-written. The United States of America became the garrison state devoted to war that it is now. Today's military-industrial complex was born. President Ulysses S. Grant coined the term "lobbyist" for the industrialists who he watched bribing Congressmen in the lobby of the Willard Hotel in Washington. President Grant was powerless to stop it.

All the other wars were significant mismatches with the big bully usually beating up the little guy. The western American Indians were destroyed by the Seventh Cavalry. The eastern, southern and midwestern Indians had already been crushed. Before the Civil War, the Mexicans lost half their country in the war which the United States had engineered (1846-48). Washington launched its world-wide empire with the Spanish-American War. Vigorous American heroes smacked down the decrepit Spanish Empire. But the bully didn't always win. The mighty U.S.A. hasn't won a war since 1945. Nevertheless, Washington has always declared victory anyway along with proud clarions broadcast about how it had saved the world at great cost to itself. That's what it did after Korea and Vietnam. Hollywood makes movies. TV and print news blankets the world. Academics write books. Deep State actors — war contractors, the military and intelligence community, Wall Street, the banks too big to fail, the bureaucracy, and the Democratic and Republican establishments —  who really run things are engorged.


Everyone always believes them! The losers are always happy to support the next American wars as Japan and Germany have been doing since 1945. American propaganda is splendid! Everyone wants to fight for freedom and duhmockrisy.

The former world hegemon that had been enthroned for centuries, the British Empire, was destroyed by World Wars I and II even though the British thought they had won both. Some still do. Their champion, Winston Churchill, was considered to be a 'drunken bum' by his ally and supposed friend, FDR. An alcoholic Churchill led the British Empire to its grave. Read David Irving. The British were the big losers of the 20th century, completing what began in 1776. Great Britain's end began with the War of 1812 — which had no clear winner — but Great Britain did acquire a treacherous back-stabbing ally when the two decided to kiss and make up. British people still think the U.S.A. is their best friend! "Americans saved us from Hitler and Russia," they sigh gratefully. The Royal Navy decorated Admiral Ernest J. King who hated the British, and most particularly, hated the Royal Navy! 

Level heads rule in Russia and China today. Crazy people rule in Washington. They are led by their blow-hard puppet, known to his enemies as Agent Orange. The neocons who control Washington could ignite the powder keg we live in. The neocons are smoking crack and playing with matches. 

Americans themselves must wake up and throw the bums out. It is up to you, my friends. Where is Jerry Rubin now that we need him?  We need you. We need an American Revolution. Support Information Clearing House and


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by Morley Evans

KEN BURNS' DOCUMENTARY, the Vietnam War, tells viewers the war was a tragedy. It was a mistake, he says. That is Burns' theme. Ngo Dinh Diem, his brother, Ngo Dinh Nhu and his sister-in-law, known as the heartless Madam Nhu were evil people who exploited the South Vietnamese people, Burns tells us. Was it a mistake? From 1945 onward, the United States of America has always installed and supported people exactly like Diem. There have been dozens of them all around the world. Read historian William Blum for a detailed chronicle. The United States has been a dirty dealer throughout its life. Here are a few examples.

The Shah of Iran (1953) was installed after Mohammad Mosaddegh was overthrown by a coup that was personally organised by Kermit Roosevelt, the grandson of President Theodor Roosevelt (R). The Somoza dynasty ruled Nicaragua from 1927 to 1979. When President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (D) was told that Somoza was a son of a bitch, the President replied, "Yes, but he's our son of a bitch." The Republic of China was led by Chiang Kai-shek 1928-1975. He was driven from the mainland by Mao in 1949. Syngman Rhee was America's strongman in Korea when the Korean War began in 1950. The Zionist entity that dares to call itself "Israel" has had unequivocal U.S. support since 1948. Fast forwarding to the present, Petro Poroshenko and the Ukrainian Nazis now rule the Ukraine after a CIA coup d'état ousted democratically-elected Viktor Yanukovych in 2014. Georgia preceded Ukraine. They are part of the United States' on-going war on Russia.

The Vietnam debacle was business as usual.

Napalmed Vietnamese children (AP, Saigon) Kim Phuc centre

Today, the Donald J. Trump regime threatens to re-open the Korean War "to save the world," again. This madness never stops.

The Killing of History
By John Pilger

I watched the first episode in New York. It leaves you in no doubt of its intentions right from the start. The narrator says the war “was begun in good faith by decent people out of fateful misunderstandings, American overconfidence and Cold War misunderstandings”.

The dishonesty of this statement is not surprising. The cynical fabrication of “false flags” that led to the invasion of Vietnam is a matter of record – the Gulf of Tonkin “incident” in 1964, which Burns promotes as true, was just one. The lies litter a multitude of official documents, notably the Pentagon Papers, which the great whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg released in 1971.

There was no good faith. The faith was rotten and cancerous. For me — as it must be for many Americans — it is difficult to watch the film’s jumble of “red peril” maps, unexplained interviewees, ineptly cut archive and maudlin American battlefield sequences.

In the series’ press release in Britain — the BBC will show it — there is no mention of Vietnamese dead, only Americans. “We are all searching for some meaning in this terrible tragedy,” Novick is quoted as saying.  How very post-modern.

All this will be familiar to those who have observed how the American media and popular culture behemoth has revised and served up the great crime of the second half of the twentieth century: from The Green Berets and The Deer Hunter to Rambo and, in so doing, has legitimised subsequent wars of aggression.  The revisionism never stops, and the blood never dries. The invader is pitied and purged of guilt, while “searching for some meaning in this terrible tragedy”. Cue Bob Dylan: “Oh, where have you been, my blue-eyed son?” [With God On Our Side]

I thought about the “decency” and “good faith” when recalling my own first experiences as a young reporter in Vietnam: watching hypnotically as the skin fell off Napalmed peasant children like old parchment and the ladders of bombs that left trees petrified and festooned with human flesh. General William Westmoreland, the American commander, referred to people as “termites”.


Tuesday, September 19, 2017


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We learn from history that we do not learn from history. 
- Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free. 
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

There is a Providence that protects idiots, drunkards, children and the United States of America.
- Otto von Bismarck

ANYONE WATCHING this documentary can see that what is happening today has happened before — just the other day, in fact. Perhaps, most cannot see. When one doesn't know where one is going, JUST STOP. Of course, the leaders always think they know where they are going. The rest do what they are told.


Sunday, September 17, 2017


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What is going on in the Ukraine started in February 2014 — as much as anyone can say anything started or ended on a specific date —while Russian President Vladimir Putin was watching the Winter Olympics in Sochi. 

Pepe Escobar analyzed the situation three months later. The essentials have not changed since then. I'll let him speak for himself.

Pepe Escobar

May 07 2014 "ICH" - "RT" - The IMF has approved a $17 billion loan to Ukraine. The first $3.2 billion tranche has arrived on Wednesday.

It’s essential to identify the conditions attached to this Mafia-style “loan.” Nothing remotely similar to reviving the Ukrainian economy is in play. The scheme is inextricably linked to the IMF’s notorious, one-size-fits-all “structural adjustment” policy, known to hundreds of millions from Latin America and Southeast Asia to Southern Europe. The regime changers in Kiev have duly complied, launching the inevitable austerity package – from tax hikes and frozen pensions to a stiff, over 50 percent rise in the price of natural gas heating Ukrainian homes. The “Ukrainian people” won’t be able to pay their utility bills this coming winter.



Saturday, September 16, 2017


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Ukrainian pipeline system used to supply Russian gas to Europe

THINGS ARE GOING TO GET HARDER for Ukrainians this winter. Washington has shut down Russian gas and oil exports to Europe. That is why the CIA took over the Ukraine. Ukraine is no longer getting Russian oil and gas. How will Ukrainians stay warm this winter? How will they get electricity? They will burn coal! They won't buy coal from Russia or the Donbass. They will buy it from the United States! It will cost more than twice as much plus the cost of shipping. This will help American coal producers. American environmentalists want to shut down the American coal industry. Where will Ukrainians get the money to buy American coal? Washington will loan them the money! Where will Washington get the money to loan to Ukraine? Washington will print it! How will Ukraine repay the loans? They will sell everything to American banks and businesses for next to nothing. Soon Ukrainians will be serfs. Everything will be owned by ten or twelve people in New York City! That is American vulture capitalism at work! That's the plan for everyone.



Many more essays

Friday, September 15, 2017

SUE! Statins!

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The cholesterol campaign continues. Don't believe a word your doctor says about lowering your cholesterol or the danger of saturated fat. This will tell you why your doctor is full of shit. With apologies to the few good doctors I know and there are not many of them.

Truth never gets old. Truth is eternal.


Tuesday, September 12, 2017


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"By dealing in other currencies than the US dollar, including in gold, world demand for the dollar will rapidly decline and so will the dollar’s significance as a world reserve currency.

"Some 20 years ago, about 90% of all reserves were established in US dollar denominated assets. Today, this figure is less than 60% and shrinking. Once dollar-denominated reserves fall below 50%, abandoning the dollar as reserve currency worldwide may progress rapidly. That’s when a last-ditch effort by Washington to save the dollar hegemony may come in the form of a new gold-standard – at the cost of the countries that hold dollar reserves.

"The western economy today and for the last at least 100 years has been based on a fraudulent, debt-driven privately-owned and manipulated monetary system – on fiat money. When in reality, it should be the economy of a nation or a region that makes and backs the monetary system.

"If I may, I predict that in the foreseeable future, it will not be gold or other minerals that back a monetary system, but the economy itself; the strength of a country’s – or association of countries’ – socioeconomy that determines the monetary system. The strength of an economy will be determined by indicators well beyond the linear GDP; they will include societal values, such as education, health services, and behavioral values, like how a society deals with the environment, natural resources and conflict resolutions.

"This is what I believe the new Eastern Economy, based on China and Russia – the Economy of Peace – will offer to the world as an alternative."

- Peter Koenig 


Sunday, September 10, 2017


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Dear Yuliia,

YOU ARE WISE to avoid the news, especially Ukrainian news. It may be even more slanted than our news. There was an earthquake in Mexico yesterday. Fifty-four were killed at last count. The New York Times reports thirty people have been killed by Hurricane Irma. Florida's Governor has asked everyone to evacuate the state of Florida. Sounds pretty bad. The news reports this stuff 24/7. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) found a Canadian girl on an obscure island in the Caribean. They interviewed her and also her mother in Vancouver, BC! Wow the CBC must be everywhere!

But they are not in Syria where hundreds of thousands have been killed and millions have been driven from their homes since the "civil war" broke out a few years ago. Nobody cares about them because they don't know about them. Why not? Because they are not supposed to know what is going on. What is going on, you wonder? The United States decided to destroy Syria a few years ago after they had destroyed Iraq and Libya. The United States recruits, funds, trains and equips the people fighting the Syrian government of Bashar al-Assad. The "rebels" are supported by the Saudis, the Persian Gulf emirs, Israel, and Turkey. Most of these "freedom-fighters" are not Syrians. They are invaders. Their leaders are Iraqis who used to run the Iraqi military and the Iraqi government for Saddam until the United States replaced them with Shiites. These "rebels" are a CIA secret army.

Israel doesn't care about Muslims as long as they are killing each other. Israel is happy to help them do that! The Saudis subscribe to the Wahhabi branch of Islam. They believe anyone who is not Wahhabi should be killed (especially other Muslims), so Washington has married the Saudis (and the emirs) up with the Israelis. Turkey is an unreliable partner in this menage a trois. Turkey is obsessed with the Kurds who want their independence. The Syrian government invited the Russians to help them fight the invaders. (Assad is regularly elected by >90% of the Syrians but that doesn't matter to Washington which only pretends to support democracy.)

Reagan asked Gorbachev what the Soviet people would do if the United States were hit by a calamity. Gorbachev answered that they would rush to help them. They would do whatever they could do to help. That defrosted the Cold War. Reagan and Gorbachev became friends. But the Cold War was really good for the American war business so they had to get it started again. They have, but Russia no longer plays the game. Russia refuses to go to war. Trump campaigned to normalize relations with Russia and to close down the American empire. They didn't assassinate Trump but they did castrate him. Trump is surrounded by his enemies. He has no support and no real power. The Deep State is always in control.

So now you know some of what is going on. The United States as we have known it is going to the boneyard of empires to join the Soviet Union, the British Empire and the rest. There is hope. 

NORTH KOREA WANTS PEACE. They have signed treaties that the U.S. has broken. They have developed nukes so they won't be destroyed like Saddam and Gaddafi. During the Korea War, the North says about a third of the North Korean people were killed. Everything was bombed flat. General Douglas MacArthur was sickened by what the U.S. had done. North Korea has every reason to be afraid. No one knows that because the Zionist media inverts the truth here. Russia and Japan will sign a peace treaty soon! They can be friends if they are not friends already! Abe and Putin were talking about North Korea at the sumit in Vladivostok. China and Russia say there will be no war on the Korean peninsula. The South Korean President wants peace. Koreans everywhere want unification. South Koreans want the Americans OUT. So do the Japanese and the Filipinos and the Germans and the French and the Scots. And me!

During the Presidential election last year, North Korea (DPRK) officially endorsed Donald Trump! Trump has no friends in Washington. He should not forget his friends in Pyonyang!

- Morley

Saturday, September 9, 2017


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Charging into machine gun fire on the Western Front.

The Great War (WW I) was called the War to End All Wars. It actually launched a century of wars (1914 - 2014) if you are British or (1917 - 2017) if you are an American. This includes WW II, the bloodiest war ever.

Is peace not possible? 

NORTH KOREA WANTS PEACE. They have signed treaties the US has broken. No one knows that because the Zionist media inverts the truth. Russia and Japan will sign a peace treaty! They can be friends if they are not already! Abe and Putin are talking about North Korea in Vladivostok. China and Russia say there will be no war on the Korean peninsula. The South Korean President wants peace. Koreans everywhere want unification. 

Only Washington likes things as they are. 

PRAY. Prayers are answered. There is hope.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017


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Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!

IS THE WORLD HEGEMON really impotent? Do all the levers of power really control nothing? But doesn't the hegemon control everything? Doesn't it control money and what people think? Is "the most powerful military the world has ever known" actually worthless? Can we really ignore the man behind the curtain? 

After Washington closed Russia's embassy, consulates and slapped more sanctions onto everyone, Russian diplomats today are openly saying these things (in Russian, of course).

“We beat them is Syria, we beat them in the Ukraine, they lost Afghanistan, they lost Iraq, their Navy apparently does not know how to use a radar, their soldiers are terrified to fight somebody capable of resistance, they failed to impress not only China but even the North Koreans who are openly laughing at them. Hezbollah laughs at them. Even Venezuela refuses to be scared! The Iranians openly threaten them with consequences if they back out of the deal they signed. Even Pakistan is openly expressing its disgust with the USA. Ditto for Turkey. Heck – the Americans are losing on all fronts and the very best they can do is try to feel good about illegally harassing our diplomatic personnel! Pathetic, lame, losers!” Патетические, хромые, неудачники!

Russia beat them in Georgia (South Ossetia and Abkhazia) and Chechnia too. Washington's goal is to draw Russia into a war. The NATO chief has confirmed that the world is at its most dangerous point in 30 years. Thanks to NATO and warmongers in Washington, it is! The warmongers have grown fat and happy selling "defence" to idiots who don't need to be defended. False flag attacks take many forms.

"The most powerful military the world has ever known" didn't win the Korean War (1950-53); it lost the War in Vietnam (1955-75) and arguably it did not win WW II or WW I. (Others did most of the work. You can look it up.)

Oh, the Germans have filed to divorce the U.S.A. Who will be next? France? Italy? Spain? Portugal? Ireland? Sweden? Great Britain?


Tuesday, September 5, 2017


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OCEANIA 1984 2017

GEORGE ORWELL'S dystopian novel, 1984, depicts three mega nations at perpetual war. Many readers in the West considered the Soviet Union to be Oceania with Joseph Stalin to be Big Brother. They could not imagine that they, themselves, lived in the evil empire. Ronald Reagan could not imagine that. With the Soviet Union gone since 1991, there is no one else to blame for the world's evils. We in the West stand out like a sore thumb. This map clearly illustrates the situation in the novel.


Big Brother never was Joseph Stalin in Orwell's novel. He always was friendly old Uncle Sam who has been leading us all to extinction by "freeing everyone to death."


Thursday, August 31, 2017


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WHY SHOULDN'T the world hegemon take whatever it wants and do whatever it likes with anyone it pleases? Here's why:

General Douglas MacArthur

“I shrink—I shrink with a horror that I cannot express in words—at this continuous slaughter of men in Korea,” MacArthur lamented during the hearings.
“The war in Korea has already almost destroyed that nation of 20,000,000 people. I have never seen such devastation. I have seen, I guess, as much blood and disaster as any living man, and it just curdled my stomach the last time I was there. After I looked at the wreckage and those thousands of women and children and everything, I vomited …

"If you go on indefinitely, you are perpetuating a slaughter such as I have never heard of in the history of mankind.”
- General Douglas MacArthur