Activists confront major corporations complicit in settlements and weapon supplies.
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2020-09-10_James_Evan_Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: sports stadiums go cashless in the great reset; activists drop weed on Israel via drone; and NYC is under attack once again as 9/11/2020 approaches.
Palestinian children know more about military belligerence than their peers in most other countries.
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2020-04-30_James_Evan_Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: Gates funds the lab-grown meat agenda as food supply chain breaks; Microsoft patents mind-reading crypto mining technology; and the pushback against the covid police state yields some victories.
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2018-09-13%20James%27Evan%20Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: Greece uses drones to go after tax evaders; the 3D printed gun smear campaign ramps up as a Lion King puppet tech goes down; and the deep state is caught implanting regime change narratives in the MSM.
Police and government surveillance of the residents of Chicago is already so infamous nationally that software developers a few years ago created an interactive game, Watch Dogs, which invites clever gamers to evade and escape the digital surveillance of state authorities there.
In November, WhoWhatWhy alerted its readers to the fact that President Donald Trump is continuing the Obama administration’s drone war while suppressing important information on the drone strikes conducted this year.While that is bad enough, things are actually much worse.The number of drone strikes in Somalia and Yemen has soared as Trump appears to have handed much of his war-making authority to military leaders.
At the end of the year, we want to highlight some of the many stories WhoWhatWhy published this year. Some of them didn’t get the attention we thought they deserved while others showed that we were once again ahead of the curve on many issues. What they all have in common is that they show the wide range of topics we cover. And don’t worry if you feel that our podcasts and cartoons are underrepresented or that stories on the environment or election integrity are missing. We will have separate lists for them in the coming days.
President Donald Trump seems determined to undo just about everything Barack Obama has done. There is one area, however, in which he is following the lead of his predecessor: drone warfare.Not that the public would know anything about it — or the dangerously loose oversight involved. And that’s by design.The Trump administration is not only expanding the use of drones, it is also obscuring the facts about how many drones are being used, how many people are being killed by them and where.
“Think back when the US pursued the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
What if the problem of violence in America is not just the availability of guns, but a strain in US culture that accepts violence and even homicide as a “legitimate” way of solving problems?According to philosopher, cultural critic and author Laurie Calhoun, Americans seem to consider violence an acceptable form of persuasion.In this podcast with WhoWhatWhy’s Jeff Schechtman, Calhoun questions some basic assumptions of US foreign policy.
We Are Change Hi everybody Jason Bermas here reporting for wearechange.org. Today I want to discuss the supposed North Korean missile non-crisis. The one, the media, and government, alike are shoving down our throats.
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The UK Israel Tech Hub encourages sadistic experiments against the Palestinians.
We Are Change In an attempted statewide ban on the use of weaponized drones, the Connecticut state legislature, as reported by Reuters, has instead begun the process of allowing such drones to be used within the state by law enforcement; drones that are not just weaponized, but outfitted with deadly weapons.
We Are Change U.S. Army Reserve Chaplain Captain Christopher John Antal resigned from the U.S. Army Reserves on April 12, 2016 in opposition to U.S policies regarding militarized drones, nuclear weapons, and preventive war.
Journalists are being forbidden from quoting a document that proves Israel kills by remote control.
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2016-04-07%20James%20Evan%20Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: the lapdog media gatekeeps the Panama Papers for their globalist masters; the government terrorists mull a nuclear false flag; and the Saudi royals try to maintain their grip on power as oil money dries up.
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2016-03-04%20Claire%20Bernish.mp3"][/audio]Claire Bernish of TheAntiMedia.org joins us today to discuss her latest article, "So It Begins: American Police Start Pushing to Weaponize Domestic Drones." We discuss the pending legislation and the legislative precedent for this type of armed police drone and how these regulations are likely to be standardized across the US and around the world.
Campaigners hail win, but say the choice of any drones is nothing to celebrate.
Drone technology is moving forward, whether we like it or not. MQ-9 Reapers manufactured by General Atomics are sold to the U.S. Air Force, fitted with hellfire missiles provided by Lockheed Martin. The military industrial complex is ticking, unmanned aerial vehicles are soaring, and all is not quiet on the Western front. Few places are quiet on the Eastern hilt of the world.
Israel targeted medical facilities and health workers alike during its summer attack.
Peter B. Collins Presents Prof. Richard Falk
The UK banking giant has defended its investment in Elbit in Orwellian terms.
Retrouver le résumé des publications de l'Agence Info Libre, pour la semaine du 20 au 27 Juillet. Une actualité largement occupée par les évènements récents à Gaza et en Israël. Cliquez sur un titre pour accéder à l'article d'origine.     Dimanche 20 Juillet : Israël utilise des armes non conventionnelles contre Gaza Israël utilise