Liens aggrégés de août 2016

Salvador Dali vs. The Matrix

Salvador Dali vs. The Matrix by Jon Rappoport August 22, 2016 Dali, the painter: Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, Marqués de Dalí de Pubol (11 May 1904 – 23 January 1989). His self-appointed task: shake up reality. Make the impossible intrude on the ordinary. Expose and confound the critics and the press. Whenever the establishment tries to define who he is, become something else. The critics would have declared Dali a mental patient if he hadn’t had such formidable classical painting skills.

The CIA and Three Days of the Condor - Spy Culture

In February 1975 the director of conspiracy classic Three Days of the Condor Sidney Pollack invited Richard Helms, former head of the CIA, to visit the set while they were shooting in New York. Helms went along for a day and acted as a consultant to Robert Redford, as depicted in this infamous picture.

An overview of Syncretism in Russia: Orthodoxy and Sovietism

By: Padraig McGrath The Synthetic Public Ideology of Putin’s Russia The reconstruction of the Cathedral of Saint Alexander Nevsky is a microcosm of a broad social reality &; ituated adjacent to the Crimean Parliament building in Simferopol, the newly rebuilt Cathedral &;

Dept of Energy and Climate Change Documents on Skyfall - Spy Culture

Adding to the British government departments who have provided assistance to the James Bond franchise, the now defunct Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) have released documents on the filming of a scene for Skyfall at their headquarters in Whitehall.

What you’ll never read about virus-research fraud

The rabbit hole by Jon Rappoport August 8, 2016 (To join our email list, .) There are very few investigators on the planet who are interested in this subject. I am one of them. There is a reason why.

Contact Lines: An Interview with Manuel Ochsenreiter

By: James Porrazzo &; US Political Advisor to CSS, Founder of New Resistance pen Revolt is always pleased to feature the work of revolutionary journalist Manuel Ochsenreiter.  Recently, our own James Porrazzo had the chance to talk about recent world &;

Did the Pentagon use The Battle of Algiers as a training film? - Spy Culture

The Battle of Algiers was a groundbreaking film when it came out in 1966, not just for its depiction of the Algerian War against French occupation but for its quasi-documentary realism and its morally neutral approach, showing both sides committing atrocities.

Profile: Richard Klein - Spy Culture

Richard Klein is one of the most important people in the entertainment industry that you have never heard of - a former State Department employee who now works for McLarty Associates - an elite Washington DC law firm - as their liaison to Hollywood.

The New-Old Left vs. the “Theater of the Absurd”

An Interview with Czech Communist Ideologist Josef Skala – Part 2  By: Alexander Gegalchiy &; translated by Jafe Arnold Based out of Prague, Czech Republic, Alexander Gegalchiy is President of the International Russian Award Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting and &;

Czech Communists for Donbass and Multipolarity

An Interview with Czech Communist Ideologist Josef Skala &; Part 1  By: Dr. Eduard Popov &; translated by Jafe Arnold Eduard Popov is a Rostov State University graduate with a PhD in history and philosophy.