Decorated Vietnam Vet, Anti New World Order activist enters Wyoming mayoral race

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TweetYumVietnam veteran and long-time New World Order opponent Thomas Bleming has entered the race for mayor in the town of Lusk, Wy. Although his reasons are unclear, many speculate that the systemic corruption in the town of Lusk may be at the heart of his bid to be the next mayor. Bleming has been a […]

Bagram prisoner case comes before UK’s top court

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TweetYumShareThis Bagram prisoner case comes before UK’s top court –Terror suspects at Parwan are denied access to lawyers. 02 Jul 2012 Britain’s Supreme Court has taken up the case of a 29-year-old detainee held by American officials at an Afghan prison outside Bagram air base. The two-day hearing in the case of Yunus Rahmatullah of […]

Alleged US Army doc: re-education camps and psy-op missions aimed at activists

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TweetYumAn American military document just uncovered appears to detail an US Army plan that calls for detaining “political activists” at re-education camps staffed by military-hired “PSYOP officers” in both America and abroad. The website has unearthed the smoking gun, a copy of a United States military manual entitled FM 3-39.40 Internment and Resettlement Operations, […]

Israeli Political Prisoner Khader Adnan Near Death

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TweetYumThe Intel Hub Stephen Lendman February 7, 2012 Thousands of Palestinian political prisoners languish in Israeli prisons. Virtually daily, more arrests are made. Those incarcerated face torture, appalling prison conditions, and other forms of abuse. Some react in response. Khader did his way by refusing food for multiple reasons, including: his rights and identity were […]

Prisoner Citizens: The Story of Japanese Internment Camps

  • Yum Janet Winikoff February 7, 2012 Conflicts between the United States and other nations not only hurt diplomatic ties, they can also erode the rights of naturalized U.S. citizens, established aliens and visitors viewed as the enemy. A neighbor becomes a nemesis and friends become foes. Below are four instances in U.S. history when citizens, […]