by Sarah Anderson edited by O Society Jan 19, 2020 The prospect of war with Iran is terrifying. Experts predict as many as a million people could die if the current tensions lead to a full-blown war. Millions more would become refugees across the Middle East, while working families across the U.S. would bear the brunt of … Continue reading War Profiteering is a Thing
by Nafeez Ahmed edited by O Society Jan 17, 2020 Google captures the Pentagon In 2003, Google began customizing its search engine under special contract with the CIA for its Intelink Management Office, “overseeing top-secret, secret and sensitive but unclassified intranets for CIA and other IC agencies,” according to Homeland Security Today. That year, CIA … Continue reading How the CIA Made Google (part 2)
Inside the secret network behind mass surveillance, endless war, and Skynet by Nafeez Ahmed edited by O Society Jan 16, 2020 In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, western governments move fast to legitimize expanded powers of mass surveillance and controls on the internet, all in the name of fighting terrorism. US … Continue reading How the CIA Made Google (part 1)
Surely I can't be the only one who remembers this by O Society Jan 9, 2020 Listen folks, please don't believe the propaganda jive they are selling you about some "miscalculation or misidentification of civilian aircraft" being responsible for the Ukrainian/ Canadian Boeing 737 airplane shot down by a missile yesterday in Tehran killing … Continue reading Remember Iran Air Flight 655
(header image: Our Misguided Friendship With Saudi Terrorists) by Michael Hudson edited by O Society Jan 7, 2020 The mainstream media carefully sidestep the method behind America’s seeming madness in assassinating Islamic Revolutionary Guard general Qassim Suleimani to start the New Year. The logic behind the assassination is a long-standing application of U.S. global policy, not … Continue reading Why Is the United States Allies with ISIS, Al Quaeda, and Other Wahhabi Muslim Terrorists?
https://youtu.be/YR5ApYxkU-U by Lois Beckett in Oakland edited by O Society October 25, 2019 For Adam Jasinski, a technology director for a school district outside of St Louis, Missouri, monitoring student emails used to be a time-consuming job. Jasinski used to do keyword searches of the official school email accounts for the district’s 2,600 students, looking … Continue reading Under digital surveillance: how American schools spy on millions of kids
How 'bout you? by O Society October 3, 2019 Lady on the radio says according to the Farmer's Almanac and NASA and historical records downtown whatchamajigger it has never been 100°F on October 3rd before. Now it is. Where are we going and why are we in this handbasket?