America’s Lies On Ukraine

Brother Nathanael Kapner

It all began with 9/11. A man living in a cave in Afghanistan supposedly outfoxed 16 US intelligence agencies. But “Architects and Engineers” tells us 9/11 was an inside job. Now we’ve got ‘Osama bin Putin’ and the lies keep pouring in.

First we got the lie that Yanukovych was firing on protesters from the rooftops at Maiden. But it was Right Sector snipers—enablers of DC’s coup-imposed regime—who shot at the crowd.

Jewish neocon, Victoria Nuland — of “F*** the EU” fame — was nailed by Rep Rohrabacher, as queen of the lie.

Clip: “The vast majority who participated on the Maidan were peaceful protesters. If you had a chance to see the pictures, some…many of us visited, including many members here. There were mothers and grandmothers, and veterans. However—however…”

“Before you go on, I also saw those pictures. And I saw a lot of pictures of people throwing fire bombs at groups of policemen who are huddled over in a corner where people are shooting into the ranks of police. So yes, there were mothers with flowers, but there were also very dangerous street fighters who were engaged in those demonstrations. Question is, were there neo-nazi groups involved in that?”

“Um, there were, as I said, almost every color of Ukraine was represented including some ugly…including some ugly colors.”

“The answer — the answer is yes, then."

Is the U.S. Government Funding Boko Haram?

Stefan Molyneux

"Unfortunately the American public has little or no sense of the geopolitical stakes at play in here. They hear a story about girls being kidnapped, they see a catchy hashtag, and they run with it. They would never even think for a moment that their outrage might be playing into the hands of the very people who created the problem in the first place."

The Nigerian terrorist group's connections with the rebels that Washington is funding and arming in Syria open up some very serious questions.

Somebody has been routing large sums of cash and/or weapons to the Nigerian terrorist Boko Haram. Most experts agree that the money itself is difficult to trace, but we do know a few things about their organization. You won't hear U.S. politicians or the corporate media going into detail about the group's leadership structure or alliances because doing so would open up some very uncomfortable questions, questions such as: are some of the weapons and money that the U.S. is sending to the Syrian rebels being routed to the Nigerian terrorist group? How would an honest look at Boko Haram's organization lead us to ask such an extreme question? Well, let's take a look at what we know:

Is Boko Haram a psy-op?

Kevin Barrett

"15 School Girls Escape Boko Haram Kidnappings – 185 Still Missing. One of the trucks that was carting the girls away reportedly broke down after it departed from the school premises. As the militants busied themselves with fixing the truck, 15 of the girls jumped out of the truck and ran into the nearby bushes. They were able to escape without being noticed because the terrorists were distracted by the broken down vehicle." (Caption:

We are told that a radical Islamic group called Boko Haram has kidnapped schoolgirls in Nigeria. This classic good-vs.-evil tale pits crazed Muslim extremists against adorable innocent children. The whole world demands the rescue of the girls, and deplores the evils of "radical Islam." - It is a terrific story - the stuff Hollywood films are made of. But is it true?

Though the story is hogging the global media spotlight, it is full of gaping holes and wildly inconsistent official pronouncements. The Christian Science Monitor, hardly a bible of conspiracy theorists, points out:

"For all the urgent headlines and advocacy, however, what is still missing are basic facts. It is unclear how many girls were abducted, who they are, who did it, at what time, and exactly how."

A story featuring unknown heroines and unknown villains performing unknown actions at an unknown time does not even qualify as a myth. The word "rumor" might even be an exaggeration.

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