E. Michael Jones, The Invisible Man at the Race Riots

E. Michael Jones [Editor’s note: Originally published 4 September 2020 but worthy of republication.] “History rolled right over my body.” — Sidney Rittenberg At the end of Euripedes’ play The Bacchae, Cadmus asks his daughter Agave, “What do you see?” Agave is sitting center stage with a severed human head in her lap. It is the head of her son Pentheus, who was torn limb from limb by the women of Thebes as they danced naked on the mountainside worshipping the Asiatic god Dionysos. Still intoxicated by the revelry that led to…

Mike Adams, Black privilege reigns supreme in the USA, but it’s the progressive Left that demeans blacks more than anyone else

Mike Adams (Natural News) The way we know that black lives matter more than white lives in America is because when a cop kills a black man, the whole world riots. But when a cop kills a white man, it doesn’t even make the evening news. In this article, I reveal how the progressive Left pushes “black privilege” in a demeaning, condescending way that is an insult to black people everywhere. I also expose the rank hypocrisy of the progressive Left and how its own thought leaders are the ones…

Jon Rappoport, COVID-19 and Riots: their operational connections

Jon Rappoport The COVID-19 operation was fraying badly: Protests against the lockdowns were expanding. The public-health measures (distancing, isolation, masks) were being attacked from all sides, as unnecessary, useless, overbearing, and unscientific. Many mainstream researchers, doctors, and even public health officials were exposing the fact that the pandemic was no pandemic at all. The adjusted case and death numbers didn’t warrant excessive concern. It was becoming obvious that the players setting the COVID agenda were there simply because they had been appointed to high posts; not because they were perceptive…

Michael Snyder, A Lot More Rioting, Looting and Civil Unrest as the U.S. Economy Continues to Crumble

Michael Snyder What we have been witnessing on the streets of Minneapolis is just the beginning.  Our nation is so deeply divided, and a large portion of the population is losing faith in the basic institutions that govern our society.  Personally, I don’t know how anyone can watch the video of what happened to George Floyd without having an emotional reaction.  Police brutality has been a massive problem in the United States for many years, and it has gotten to the point where most of the country no longer has…