Opinion from a Libertarian ViewPoint

CDC Kept Flu Vaccine in Play – LewRockwell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 22, 2018

It is OK because big pharma the government said I should.

See you in line at the Walmart pharmacy.


The body of a missing Centers for Disease Control researcher has been found.  Timothy Cunningham, 25, was last seen on February 12.  Cunningham headed up a research team with the Center For Disease Control’s Division of Population Health.  Cunningham had made claims, shortly before his disappearance, that a “catastrophic” flu shot was the cause of this year’s deadly flu epidemic that reportedly killed thousands.

Cunningham reportedly mentioned: “if something happened to him” that he wished his name to be made public.  Cunningham was a Harvard-trained epidemiologist and US Navy officer.  His body was recovered in the Chattahoochee River in NW Atlanta on April 3, over fifty days since he was reported missing. Read the rest of this entry »


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False Flags Are Real – LewRockwell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 22, 2018

This article is about false flags but seeing as today has turned into ‘why they are bashing Bashar’ day…

Evil Shia countries Iran and Syria were pretty decent places (on a Middle East scale) to live, especially for women, until introduced to Al Qaeda and ISIS by the benevolent US and Sunni/Wahabi Saudi Arabia.

The story we’re told is simple: Syrian President Bashar Assad is an evil maniac who uses poison gas on his citizens for the sheer entertainment value. As neocon think tank the Atlantic Council put it last week, when Assad gasses people, he is simply “indulging an addiction” — an addiction which he seems to have only recently acquired, given the fact that before Syria’s war began, American journalists were busy praising the “educated” and “informed” Assad and marveling at the “phenomenal” levels of peace and religious diversity within Syria.

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The Man They Love To Hate – LewRockwell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 22, 2018

Compared to other brutal Mideast leaders, Assad is pretty weak tea. The US/British propaganda effort to paint Assad in blackest colors is having a difficult time.

You have to know how to take the money and do what you are told, or at least make it look that way. That being said, not everyone has the skillset of Pakistan’s Hamid Kharzai.


Butcher of Damascus. Gasser of children. Baby Killer of Syria. Tool of Moscow. Cruel despot. Monster.

These are all names the western media and politicians routinely heap on Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad. He has now become the top Mideast villain, the man we love to hate.

As a veteran Mideast watcher, I find all this hard to swallow. Compared to other brutal Mideast leaders, Assad is pretty weak tea. The US/British propaganda effort to paint Assad in blackest colors is having a difficult time. Read the rest of this entry »

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Humanitarian Hypocrites of Britain

Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 22, 2018

The whizzing rocket foray against Syria by the US and Britain and France was a charade. This mini-blitz in a futile quasi-macho display of military bangity-bang was designed to show the world that Trump Washington was determined to prove its superiority over everyone. But it turned into farce. It was what we in the Australian forces during the Vietnam War used to call a ‘Yippee Shoot’ — a gesture of frustration defined as “an unauthorised, illegal discharge of multiple weapons into the bush.”

I hope the eight missiles fired by the UK didn’t deplete their (likely) US paid for NATO weapons ‘stockpile’. You gotta do what you gotta do to keep your top tier US vassal status.

Much like The psycho dictator of Uzbekistan, Islam Karimov, became notorious for boiling his detainees alive after torturing them brutally. Well, no it seems he’s gone in the other direction. And just in time, too, for the Obama administration to fully embrace them with aid and weapons.


..Theresa May’s reference to “our brave British servicemen and women” was a cynical ploy designed to appeal to the pretentious patriotism that pervades the United Kingdom. In her recourse to flag-waving ultra-nationalism she was enthusiastically joined by most news media which leap on the patriotism bandwagon and imply that anyone who objects to this useless fandango of missile technology must be a non-patriot. Read the rest of this entry »

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Pink Floyd Frontman Leaks Email Exposing How White Helmets Recruit Celebs With Saudi Money | The Daily Bell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 21, 2018
By John Vibes

…The White Helmets were founded in Turkey by a former British MI5 officer named James Le Mesurier. The group has received at least $55 million from the UK government and an additional $23 million from the U.S. government, both of whom have regime change interests in the region. According to data agency Gov Tribe, the U.S. government has given at least $339.6 million in foreign aid to groups attempting to bring about a “transition” in Syria.

The “transition” that the White Helmets and affiliated groups are hoping to bring in Syria is far from peaceful and well-intentioned. Members of the WH have been filmed and photographed standing and celebrating with Al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorists after battles, helping to conduct public executions, and they were even caught carrying around headless bodies.

The Syria Campaign has attempted to cover up these atrocities by dismissing video evidence as “Russian propaganda,” a familiar excuse that has been parroted by government representatives in the U.S. and the UK.

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Taki Overboard

Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 20, 2018

Hollywood has done very well out of the tragedy. The 1958 A Night to Remember, starring Clifton Webb and Barbara Stanwyck, is my favorite, and the Winslet Titanic is also good, but total bullshit.

The absolute last place for truth, historically or otherwise, is Hollywood. That being said I prefer 1958s A Night to Remember with Kenneth More and David McCallum. A superior film despite including the fake news described in Taki’s article. The memorable scene for me was when the engine room chief sets down his glass and contemplates the tilt of the liquid. One can read his thought ‘we are cooked, we can’t give up’. It was real. More real than a Hollywood-fake waif handcuffed to a pipe. Robert Wagner has been in the news lately. The Stanwyck tryst and Wood drowning. This brings to mind Teddy Kennedy’s Titanic.  Too bad the media is/was not as concerned with that maritime disaster.

Taki Overboard

April, according to the poet, is the cruelest month, and it got crueler 106 years ago when the Titanic hit the iceberg—and Hollywood the jackpot, after the sinking. Being a shipowner’s son—tankers and dry cargoes, not passenger ships—I sympathized with the owners, White Star Line, pushing the envelope to set a record, but still. Going full out in a minefield of icebergs known to lurk nine-tenths beneath the water’s surface is like defending Harvey Weinstein nowadays—one’s bound to end up in the you-know-what.

The great ship went down on April 15, 1912, with the loss of 1,517 lives, and a new exhibition at England’s National Maritime Museum gathers many of the real-life stories that took place on that fateful night. It has very little to do with what we’ve seen on the screen up till now, and even less to do with the myths about the tragic sinking… Read the rest of this entry »

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There’s “unusual surveillance activity” around D.C. and senators want answers

Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 19, 2018

The obvious place to start is the CIA. The next likely culprit is the country that spies on the US more than anyone. The elephant in the room. Congress’ master. The US best friend. Nuclear power though not a signer of the NNPT.

Masters voice

Congress listening to their master’s voice.


A bipartisan group of senators sent a letter to Homeland Security asking for details about the cellular activity. The surveillance activity is akin to so-called stingrays that are used by law enforcement agencies to trick suspects’ cellphones into revealing their locations, according to Reuters.

Last month, the Department of Homeland Security revealed that it had “observed anomalous activity in the National Capital Region that appears to be consistent with International Mobile Subscriber Identity catchers.” It claimed not to know who was behind the use of the surveillance devices….

Be seeing you

be seeing you

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An Alternative Explanation to the Skripal Mystery – Original

Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 19, 2018

The Russians Mafia is coming, the mafia is coming…


For weeks, British Prime Minister Theresa May and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson have insisted that there is “no alternative explanation” to Russian government responsibility for the poisoning of former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury last month.

But in fact the British government is well aware that such an alternative explanation does exist. It is based on the well-documented fact that the “Novichok” nerve agent synthesized by Soviet scientist in the 1980s had been sold by the scientist–who led the development of the nerve agent– to individuals linked to Russian criminal organizations as long ago as 1994 and was used to kill a Russian banker in 1995. Read the rest of this entry »

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Trump and the Right to #Resist – The Future of Freedom Foundation

Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 19, 2018


For generations, politicians have talked as if citizens are obliged both to revere and obey their government. But there are few things more dangerous than swallowing the notion that government is entitled to boundless obedience. Throughout history, governments have occasionally overstepped the bounds of their legitimate power. What should be done when government betrays its promises?… Read the rest of this entry »

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What Do Google and Facebook Have on You? – LewRockwell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 19, 2018

Posted because you still aren’t getting it!


Google and Facebook are two of the largest and clearest monopolies in the world, and between them, the harvesting of your personal information goes far beyond what most people realize was even possible.

I have recently removed Google Search from this website and replaced with a search engine without the privacy concerns, but has similar capabilities.   The search bar at the top of the website is the most used and essential feature for you to research the many thousands of pages I’ve published over the last 20 years….

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