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I really think few people in America are going to read the following article and absorb it.
Those few who do will have the intelligence to have made some niche for themself where they have economic well-being and so do not need to read the article except for reference.
The vast majority who should read this article are too dumbed-down, too weary, too overcome with the propaganda.
And the few false minutia of pleasures that the elite continue to offer these poverty-stricken masses.
Even perusing this article — seeing facts of where the vast Americans are now, compared to the wealth the average American had in the nineteen-fifties — most Americans who should read this article will be incapable of stretching their minds and bodies.
To do something: to gather and discuss, and most importantly. to correct this awful disparity between rich and poor that has come about!
Has come about because not enough Americans have cared to stop what has taken place.
Kewe

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29 Incredible Facts Which Prove That Poverty In America Is Absolutely Exploding
October 27th, 2013
By Michael Snyder
Poverty in America.

Photo: C G P Grey
Did you know that the number of Americans on welfare is higher than the number of Americans that have full-time jobs?
Did you know that 1.2 million public school students in the U.S. are currently homeless?
Anyone that uses the term “economic recovery” to describe what is happening in the United States today is being deeply insulting to the nearly 150 million Americans that are considered to be either “poor” or “low income” at this point.
Yes, things are great in New York City, Washington D.C. and San Francisco, but almost everywhere else economic conditions continue to steadily get worse.
Create Robin Hood
The gap between the wealthy and the poor is at a level that America has never seen before, and this is beginning to create a “Robin Hood mentality” that could cause a tremendous amount of social chaos in the years ahead.
Poverty in America - crimes scene.

Photo: JRLibby
Anger at the “haves” in America continues to rise at a very alarming pace, and the “have nots” are becoming increasingly desperate.
At some point all of this anger is going to boil over, and you won’t want to be anywhere around major population centers when that happens.
Despite
unprecedented borrowing by the federal government in recent years, and despite unprecedented money printing by the Federal Reserve, poverty in the United States keeps getting worse with each passing year.
The following are 29 incredible facts which prove that poverty in America is absolutely exploding…
What can you say about a nation that has more people getting handouts from the federal government than working full-time?
According to the latest numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of people receiving means-tested welfare benefits
is greater than the number of full-time workers in the United States.
New numbers have just been released, and they show that the number of public school students in this country that are homeless is at an all-time record high.
It is hard to believe, but right now
1.2 million students that attend public schools in America are homeless.
That number has risen by 72 percent since the start of the last recession.
Student homelessness

The number of homeless students in public preschools, elementary schools, middle schools and high schools is at an all-time high.

There were 1.2 million homeless students during the 2011-12 academic year, from preschool all the way through high school.

That's up 10% from last year and 72% from the start of the recession, according to the most recent data available from the National Center for Homeless 
Education, which is funded by the Department of Education.

Photo: CVV/John Moore/Getty images
Percentage of low income children going to school in US.

The kids are not alright in America.

The number of states handing out cheap and free meals to more than half their students quadrupled in ten years.

American public school students are becoming poorer.

Photo: JRLibby
The kids are not alright in America
Number of states handing out cheap and free meals to more than half their students quadrupled in ten years
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When I was growing up, it seemed like almost everyone was from a middle class home.
But now
that has all changed.
One recent study discovered that
nearly half of all public students in the United States come from low income homes.
How can anyone deny that we are a socialist nation when half the people are getting money from the federal government each month?
According to the most recent numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau,
49.2 percent of all Americans are receiving benefits from at least one government program.
Signs of increasing poverty are even showing up in the wealthiest areas of the nation.
According to the New York Post, New York subways are being
“overrun with homeless“.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, approximately one out of every six Americans is now living in poverty.
The number of Americans living in poverty is now at a level not seen since the 1960s.
The gap between the rich and the poor in the United States is at an all-time record high.
The wealthy may not consider this to be much of a problem, but those at the other end of the spectrum are very aware of this.
The “working poor” is one of the fastest growing segments of the U.S. population.
At this point, approximately
one out of every four part-time workers in America is living below the poverty line.
According to numbers provided by Wal-Mart, more than half of their hourly workers make less than $25,000 a year.
A recent Businessweek article mentioned a study that discovered that 300 employees at one Wal-Mart in Wisconsin receive a combined total of nearly a million dollars a year in public assistance…
Walmart workers want to work full time.

With more than 15 million workers in the sector, and leverage over workplace standards across the supply chain, retail wields enormous influence on Americans’ standard of living and the nation’s economic outlook.

It connects producers and consumers, workers and jobs, and local social and economic development to the larger US economy.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the typical retail sales person earns just $21,000 per year.

Cashiers earn even less, bringing home an annual income of just $18,500.
“A decent wage is their demand—a livable wage, of all things,” said Representative George Miller (D-Calif.).
The problem with companies like Wal-Mart is their “unwillingness, not their inability, to pay that wage,” he said.
“They hand off the difference to taxpayers.”
Miller was referring to a
Congressional report (right click to download - PDF) released in May that calculated how much Walmart workers rely on public assistance.
The study found that the 300 employees at one Supercenter in Wisconsin required some $900,000 worth of public assistance a year.
Income inequality 1979 to 2007.

Low wage America and the working poor – US has one of the highest number of employees working in low wage jobs of high paying industrialized nations.

One out of four Americans employed work in jobs that pay less than $10 per hour.

Photo: JRLibby
US has one of the highest number of employees working in low wage jobs of high paying industrialized nations.
1 out of 4 Americans employed work in jobs that pay less than $10 per hour.
The stock market may be doing great (for the moment), but incomes for average Americans continue to decline.
In fact, median household income in the United States has fallen for
five years in a row.
The quality of the jobs in America has been steadily dropping for years.
At this point,
one out of every four American workers has a job that pays $10 an hour or less.
According to a Gallup poll that was recently released, 20.0% of all Americans did not have enough money to buy food that they or their families needed at some point over the past year.
That is just under the record of 20.4% that was set back in November 2008.
Young adults are particularly feeling the sting of poverty these days.
American families that have a head of household that is under the age of 30 have a poverty rate of
37 percent.
As I wrote about a few weeks ago, one out of every five households in the United States is on food stamps.
Back in the 1970s,
about one out of every 50 Americans was on food stamps.
Income inequality of those under thirty years of age.
http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/25-signs-that-the-american-dream-is-being-systematically-destroyed
James Roy, 26, has spent the past six years paying off $14,000 in student loans for two years of college by skating from job to job. Now working as a supervisor for a coffee shop in the Chicago suburb of St. Charles, Ill., Mr. Roy describes his outlook as 'kind of grim.'

'It seems to me that if you went to college and took on student debt, there used to be greater assurance that you could pay it off with a good job,' said the Colorado native, who majored in English before dropping out. 'But now, for people living in this economy and in our age group, it's a rough deal.;

Photo: Jefferson Liffey
James Roy, 26, has spent the past six years paying off $14,000 in student loans for two years of college by skating from job to job.
Now working as a supervisor for a coffee shop in the Chicago suburb of St. Charles, Ill., Mr. Roy describes his outlook as 'kind of grim.'
"It seems to me that if you went to college and took on student debt, there used to be greater assurance that you could pay it off with a good job," said the Colorado native, who majored in English before dropping out.
"But now, for people living in this economy and in our age group, it's a rough deal."
The number of Americans on food stamps now exceeds the entire population of Spain.
According to one calculation, the number of Americans on food stamps now exceeds the combined populations of “Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wyoming.”
We are told that we live in the “wealthiest nation” on the planet, and yet more than one out of every four children in the United States is enrolled in the food stamp program.
The average food stamp benefit breaks down to approximately $4 per person per day.
It is being projected that approximately 50 percent of all U.S. children will be on food stamps before they reach the age of 18.
Today, approximately 17 million children in the United States are facing food insecurity.
In other words, that means that “one in four children in the country is living without consistent access to enough nutritious food to live a healthy life.”
It may be hard to believe, but approximately 57 percent of all children in the United States are currently living in homes that are considered to be either “low income” or impoverished.
The number of children living on $2.00 a day or less in the United States has grown to 2.8 million.
That number has increased by 130 percent since 1996.
In Miami, 45 percent of all children are living in poverty.
In Cleveland, more than 50 percent of all children are living in poverty.
According to a recently released report, 60 percent of all children in the city of Detroit are living in poverty.
According to a Feeding America hunger study, more than 37 million Americans are now being served by food pantries and soup kitchens.
The U.S. government has spent an astounding 3.7 trillion dollars on welfare programs over the past five years.
It has been reported that 4 out of every 5 adults in the United States “struggle with joblessness, near-poverty or reliance on welfare for at least parts of their lives”.
These poverty numbers keep getting worse year after year no matter what our politicians do.
Economic recovery ? ?
So is there anyone out there that would still like to argue that we are in an “economic recovery”?
And as I mentioned above, the “have nots” are becoming increasingly angry at the “haves”. For example, just check out the following excerpt from a recent
New York Post article
Low wage work US Europe Japan

With more than 15 million workers in the sector, and leverage over US workplace standards across the supply chain, retail wields enormous influence on Americans’ standard of living and America’s economic outlook.

It connects producers and consumers, workers and jobs, and local social and economic development to the larger US economy.

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the typical retail sales person earns just $21,000 per year.

Cashiers in US earn even less, bringing home an annual income of just $18,500.
The maniac who butchered a Brooklyn mom and her four young kids confessed that he did it because he was jealous of their way of life, a police source told The Post on Sunday.
The family had too much.   Their income (and) lifestyle was better than his,” the source said.
The bloody suspect was caught holding the kitchen knife he used during the Saturday night rampage inside the Sunset Park apartment where he had been staying with the victims, the source added."
Sadly, this was not an isolated incident.
All over the western world, a “Robin Hood mentality” is growing.
This is something that I am so concerned about that I made it a big part of my new book.
At this point, even wealthy Hollywood-types such as actor Russell Brand are calling for a socialist-style “revolution” and a
“massive redistribution of wealth“.
Perhaps Brand does not understand that what he is calling for would mean redistributing most of his own wealth away from him.
When the next major wave of the economic collapse strikes, I fear that all of this anger and frustration that are growing among the poor will boil over in some very frightening ways.
I believe that we will see a huge spike in crime and that we will eventually see communities all over America looted and burning.
But I am not the only one that is thinking along these lines.
A new National Geographic Channel movie entitled “American Blackout” attempts to portray the social chaos that could erupt
in the event of an extended national power failure
American Blackout, National Geographic Channel’s two-hour, edge-of-your-seat movie event imagines the story of a national power failure in the United States caused by a cyberattack — told in real time, over 10 days, by those who kept filming on cameras and phones.
You’ll learn what it means to be absolutely powerless.
You can view a clip of the film that was made available by NatGeo for the SHTFplan.com community right here.
What would you do if something like that happened to you?
How would you handle desperate, hungry people at your fence asking for food?
And what if those people were armed and were not “asking nicely” for your food?
Don’t ignore what is happening in America right now. It is setting the stage for some very chaotic times.
Get ready while you still can.
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This article first appeared in TheEconomicCollapseblog.com  — click here
The U.S. National Security Agency sounded out the Japanese government around 2011 for cooperation in wiretapping fiber-optic cables carrying phone and Internet data across the Asia-Pacific region, sources familiar with the matter said Saturday, October 26, 2013.

The NSA agency overture was apparently aimed at gathering information on Beijing given that Japan is at the heart of optical cables that connect various parts of the region.

But Japan rejected the request, citing legal restrictions and shortage of personnel in the tapping operations, the sources said.

The sources said the agency asked Japan if it could intercept personal information such as Internet and phone call data when communication data pass through Japan via cables connecting Japan, China and other parts of the region.

From English.KyodoNews.jp

Photo: internet
U.S. sought Japan aid in tapping fiber-optic cables in 2011
TOKYO, Oct. 27, 2013 Kyodo   English.KyodoNews.jp/news/2013/10/253307.html
The U.S. National Security Agency sounded out the Japanese government around 2011 for cooperation in wiretapping fiber-optic cables carrying phone and Internet data across the Asia-Pacific region, sources familiar with the matter said Saturday.
The agency's overture was apparently aimed at gathering information on Beijing given that Japan is at the heart of optical cables that connect various parts of the region.
But Japan rejected the request, citing legal restrictions and shortage of personnel in the tapping operations, the sources said.
The sources said the agency asked Japan if it could intercept personal information such as Internet and phone call data when communication data pass through Japan via cables connecting Japan, China and other parts of the region.
40% of Americans Now Make Less Than 1968 Minimum Wage
Income inequality has grown over the last 30 years or more driven by three dynamics:
Rising inequality of labor income — wages and compensation
Rising inequality of capital income
An increasing share of income going to capital income rather than labor income.
Examining market-based incomes one finds that the top 1 percent of households have a very large share of all of the gains in income — 59.9 percent of the gains from 1979–2007.
The top 0.1 percent compared to the rest of the top 1 percent of households seized an even more disproportionate share: 36 percent.
In comparison, only 8.6 percent of income gains have gone to the bottom 90 percent of households”
U.S. productivity compared to US minimum wage - 40% forty percent of Americans Now Make Less Than 1968 Minimum Wage.

Income inequality between rich one percent 1% and ninety percent 90% of US of households.

An increasing share of income going to capital income rather than labor income.

The top 1 percent of households have a very large share of all of the gains in income — 59.9 percent of the gains from 1979–2007, while the top 0.1 percent compared to the rest of the top 1 percent of households seized an even more disproportionate share: 36 percent.

Only 8.6% nine percent of income gains have gone to the bottom 90% ninety percent of households”

Graph: epi.org/
The average American’s living standard would be much, much higher today if wages had not decoupled from productivity gains — with the gains all going to the 1 percent instead of being shared by workers.
If wages had kept pace we wouldn’t feel the terrible squeeze that everyone in the middle class is feeling.
This breakoff of wages from productivity growth is partly the result of trade agreements that pit Americans against exploited workers in non-democracies.
This weakened the bargaining power of unions, moved factories and industries out of the country, devastated entire regions of our country — and gave the giant multinational corporations, Wall Street and the billionaires the leverage they needed.
Thierry Vrain the former pro-GMO Scientist speaks out.

Dr Thierry Vrain was paid to reassure the public that genetically engineered foods were safe to eat.

Dr Thierry Vrain knows the scients of GMO's and he is sounding an alarm.
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Andrew Kimball GMO Genetic engineering and the secret changes in your food.

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Vandana Shiva on GMO and thousands of India farmers proting bio-diversity and use of native natural seeds.

GMO's the stolen harvest, hihacking of the global food supply, the real impact of gmo's and gentically engineered food.

mp3 download
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Robyn Obrien fighting food allegies, a food industry analyst whose life was turned upside down by daughter's allegy illness.

Robyn Obrien explains what she has uncovered about GMO's and food allergies.

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GMO bioweapons gene modification and food
Roundup weedkiller found in 75% of Air and Rain Samples — environment saturated with GM agrichemical farming grid
By using genetic methods that are standard procedures in thousands of labs worldwide bioweapons can be made more virulent easier to handle and harder to fight.
Using genetic engineering techniques antibodies from women with infertility have been inserted into genes of ordinary corn seeds used to produce corn plants
What they do not tell the public is that they are using HEK 293 — human embryonic kidney cells taken from an electively aborted baby to produce those receptors.
In 'defense' war programs researchers in the USA UK Russia and Germany have genetically engineered biological weapons agents building new deadly strains
       Antibodies from women with infertility used in creation of GMO food      
       Aborted fetal cells used in research of flavor enhancers      
     Scientists putting genes from human beings into food crops in dramatic extension of genetic modification.      
     Body Burden — cumulative synergistic effects      
Vandana Shiva — Globalization project is creation of corporate states
Ban on PressTV all cable & satellite TV — US UK Europe

Drastic growth in extreme poverty in US
Aug 20, 2013
The number of Americans living on less than $2 a day per person, soared by 160 percent from 1996 to mid-2011, a new report finds.
The report by the National Poverty Center (NPC) indicates that the number increased from 636,000 in 1996 to about 1.65 million in 2011.
US poverty.

The number of people living on less than $2 a day per person increased from 636,000 in 1996 to about 1.65 million in 2011.

Photo: Internet
The number of people living on less than $2 a day per person increased from 636,000 in 1996 to about 1.65 million in 2011
The figure of $2 a day per person, used by the researchers, is the United Nations measure of poverty in developing countries, according to the World Socialist Web Site.
The official poverty line for a family of three is almost equal to $17 per person per day averaged over a year.
For deep poverty, which is below half of the poverty line, an average of approximately $8.50 per person per day is considered.
The report also showed that 4.3 percent of non-elderly households with children were in extreme poverty with 3.55 million children living in them.
The number of Americans living in poverty began to increase after the Clinton administration ended cash welfare for susceptible families in 1996.
Between 1996 and 2008, the poverty rate almost doubled, amounting to 600,000 poor households.
The trend continued to go up following 2008 recession with the pace accelerating.
450,000 more families have become poorer over the past 3 years, with a marked rise in their numbers during the first half of 2011.
In a July report, the statistics on poverty showed that four out of 5 US adults struggle with joblessness, near poverty or reliance on welfare for at least parts of their lives.
The trend had been attributed to “an increasingly globalized US economy, the widening gap between rich and poor and loss of good-paying manufacturing jobs.”
According to some estimates a staggering number of Americans, over 146 millions, are either “poor” or “low income.”
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Private Prison Company Celebrates Black History Month — Wait, What?!
By Alex Stamm, ACLU Center for Justice
February 9, 2013
We can honor Dr. King's legacy by embracing his dream of equality for all people — regardless of race, creed or color.
We can also make a decision to be of service — to take actions that improve our communities and, ultimately, our society.
Damon Hininger
President and CEO, Corrections Corporation of America
Martin Luther King Jr - I have a dream.

One in nine black men age 20-34 are behind bars.

A black man born today will have a 1 in 3 chance of going to prison during his lifetime.

Today, there are more black men in prison and jail, or on probation and parole, than were slaves before the start of the Civil War.

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Wait — What‽
That quote comes from a short message from Mr. Hininger entitled, 'Celebrating Black History Month.'
It's a fine sentiment that would be unobjectionable but for the fact that it's utterly incompatible with the fundamental mission of the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), which profits from the incarceration of over 80,000 men and women each day, whom they variously describe as a 'revenue stream' and 'unique investment opportunity.'
Nowhere in Mr. Hininger's message is it mentioned that
38 percent of CCA's 'revenue stream; consists of black men and women, or that his company spends millions of dollars each year to influence campaigns and lobby elected officials to keep that revenue stream flowing into CCA's prisons.
His message is also silent on the tragic realities that result from the laws and practices that make his business possible:
1 in 9 black men age 20-34 are behind bars
A black man born today will have a 1 in 3 chance of going to prison during his lifetime
Today, there are more black men in prison and jail, or on probation and parole, than were slaves before the start of the Civil War
Indeed, there is nothing about the modern criminal justice system that promotes equality for all people.
As of 2004,
more African American men were disenfranchised by felon disenfranchisement laws than in 1870, the year the Fifteenth Amendment was passed to prohibit laws that explicitly deny the right to vote on the basis of race.
Spending time in prison means a lifetime of
higher unemployment, lower income, and minimal social mobility.
Because such a high percentage of black men are incarcerated, we're actually seeing
widening racial income inequality.
These are the consequences of CCA's business.
What's most unsettling about Mr. Hininger's missive is that it's so completely unconscious of the reality that his company supports and depends upon a system of mass incarceration that has devastated the black community.
And that has done more than anything since Jim Crow to perpetuate a racial caste system in America.
CCA might celebrate Black History Month.
But no part of Black History Month celebrates CCA.
US State and Federal Prison Population - 1925 to 2011

Graph: Bureau of Justice Statistics Prisoner Series
Populations under control of US Corrections Systems - 1980 to 2011

Graph: Bureau of Justice Statistics
Glaze, L. E. & Parks, E. 2012
Correctional Population in the United States, Bureau of Justice Statistics
International rates of incarceration Prison Populations - 2011

Graph: Carson, A. & Sabol, W. 2012
Carson, A. & Sabol, W. 2012
Prisoners in 2011, Washington, DC: Bureau of Justice Statistics
Walmsley, R. (2011). World Population List, 9th Ed. Essex: International Centre for Prison Studies
States expenditure on corrections prisons and penal institutions - 1985 to 2010.

National Association of State Budget Officers (1985-2010).

State Expenditure Report Series. Washington, DC: National Association of State Budget Officers.

Graph: Carson, A. & Sabol, W. 2012
Number of children with parent in prison or jail 1980 to 2008.

Graph: Technical Report on Revised Population Estimates and NLSY79 Analysis Tables for the Pew Public Safety and Mobility Project
Becky Pettit,Bryan Sykes,and Bruce Western,“Technical Report on Revised Population Estimates and NLSY79 Analysis Tables for the Pew Public Safety and Mobility Project ” ((Harvard University,2009)
Bruce Western & Becky Pettit — Incarceration & social inequality
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State of the Union — 2014
Congress members exploiting legal loophole for luxury travel on lobbyists’ dime
Number Of Working Age Americans Without A Job Has Risen By Almost 10 Million Under Obama
Senators Menendez and Kirk were the biggest Senate beneficiaries of pro-Israel PAC campaign cash in their 2010 and 2012 election races, respectively, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.
It is not clear why any member of Congress would support a bill that closes the door on diplomacy and makes it likely that the United States will have no option but nuclear war
When citizens are being beaten, detained, and murdered by police for infractions you are living in a police state.
     Parking violation turns into police assault      
      All to do with the Israel Lobby       
      Half Of Members Of Congress Are Millionaires, Democrats Worth More Than Republicans      
      U-7 The real unemployment rate     
State of the Union — 2012
      Privatization of prisons — new form of human slavery for 1% — Elite — Illuminati masters     
39 percent of 18 to 29 year olds have no health insurance
24 percent have moved back home with parents to save money
22 percent of 18-to-34-year-olds have postponed having children
      EDUCATION IS A BASIC RIGHT     
      CIA conducting 'signature strikes' killing entire groups of innocent people     
       Pacification of young people by government    
      Slave prisoners working for Illuminati      
      Louisiana more people in prison than anywhere else in the world     
State of the Union 2010 — 2011
Heroes from lost golden age — these were not stripped-down brains with cauterized souls
New World Order Statistics of Human Misery of Soldiers and Military
State of the Union 2007 — 2009
Government securing outlandish private profits of society’s greediest people
State of the Union Part 2003-2006
 
 
       Radley Balko of the CATO Institute: Overkill        
       — The Rise of Paramilitary Police Raids in America        
       .pdf document available for download        
Bush is like a teenager with your credit card — out of control
Listing of Iraq War — includes photos
The pretense being forced upon us of eradicating terrorism is as ridiculous as a concept as the idea of eradicating the wish for freedom — more photos of this important time
The Garden — A presentation of the planet's present and future state
China EU countries Russia Japan lending money to US to the tune of $2 billion (2,000,000,000.00) daily
— Bleeding Bush strategy
8 Trillion debt
The stovepipe — instructions [were sent] from the Top Man [Saddam]—“give them everything.”
Where your income tax money really goes
Bush approves $400bn ($400,000,000,000.00,) defence bill
       Cluster bombs killing injuring, Iraq, Lebanon        
        US new generation of landmines called Spider        
Iraqi bomb boy's anger at pilot
Relentless fight to block tortured GI compensation
This is the cost — the trickery used to create a threat.Daily Mirror article by John Pilger March 13, 2003, at the beginning of the war.
The armed power of the state will always go as far as you let it
       Civilian Death Toll in Iraq May Top 1 Million     
            —  ORB, a British polling agency, September 2007          
Iraq war images
Behind the mushroom cloud
Grief grips army families
Jesús
And the bewildered herd is still believing everything we've been told from our birth

 
 
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