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1) Introducing Tony Hall: Constitutional lawyer Rocco Galati: Canada is
a Quiet Dictatorship,
2) ANOTHER French False Flag nearing publication
Paris & San Bernadino False Flags
3) Police stopped Europe’s most wanted terrorist THREE times in the hours immediately after the Paris attacks but he was released every time according to his getaway driver
Massacre in Nigeria
6) Calls for investigation after “massacre” in Nigeria
7) Boko Haram: Another Al Qaeda Terrorist Entity Used to Justify US Military Intervention in Nigeria
8) When Terrorism becomes Counter-terrorism: The State Sponsors of Terrorism are “Going After the Terrorists”
ISIS IS US – Middle East imploding
11) Washington Is Panicking That Putin Is Breaking the ISIS Supply Line ISIS is intergral to the West’s strategy for toppling Assad
12) Saving their sworn enemy: Heartstopping footage shows Israeli commandos rescuing wounded men from Syrian warzone – but WHY are they risking their lives for Islamic militants?
13) Insanity: Europe and Turkey close airspace to Russian bombers fighting Daesh
14) Syria war: Third of rebels share IS aims report claims
15) 30+ Iraqi soldiers killed 20 injured after US airstrike – Iraqi MP cited by Sputnik
16) “The War against ISIS”: US, European Powers Prepare New Air and Ground Operations against Libya
17) Deployment fail: US special ops forces arrive in Libya, immediately told to leave
18) Yemeni forces kill over 80 Saudi-led troops including 42 Blackwater mercenaries in missile attack
Madness of Zion
20) Jewish Extremists’ Leader: Christians Are ‘Blood Sucking Vampires’ Who Should Be Expelled From Israel,
21) Iran warns Turkey: Don’t renew ties with Israel
Trump Follies
22) Trump: Israel-did-9/11 protestor “is a Trump guy – he’s on our side”
23) Oy Vey? Zionist Capo Sheldon Adelson summons Trump for ‘private meeting’ on Israel
24) The Man Beaten And Choked At A Donald Trump Rally Tells His Story
25) Two Brothers Allegedly Beat Up A Latino Man Say They Were Inspired By Donald Trump
29) Trump’s first victim? Jordanian humiliated deported at US …
30) The Growing List Of Anti-Islam Incidents Since Paris
Guantanamo Forever?
31) Guantánamo diarist loses federal court case – faces life imprisonment but committed no crime
Odds & Ends
33) Spain has Fallen – not like Greece – but Fallen all the Same
34) Nations are now using weather modification as clandestine warfare CIA warns
35) These Fifteen American Cities Are Destroying Homeless Camps Just Days Before Christmas
36) Merry Christmas, Agraba! Poll finds 41% of likely Trump voters want to bomb Agrabah — the fictional city from ‘Aladdin’

9 Thoughts to “FFWN: “Boozing, pot-smoking Islamic fundamentalists wreak havoc””

  1. Anonymous

    Kevin, Congrats on your big decision to create distance between you and Fetzer…your credibility will begin to rise…and when you reach balance and loose the need for hyperbole…you will soar. Honestly, you do not need raised anger, confrontation nor volcanic-overexpressive words to make your points. Indeed, those behaviors and word choices are the only time that you go backward. Anyway… It dawned upon me this Christmas Day… [I'll be in the streets this afternoon with my peace signs reminding the crazed Christians how hypocritical they are] …after I listened to NoLiesRadio archives "Out Renewable Future with Richard Heinberg" [108013], that this two hour presentation about how humans need to shift COMPLETELY away from…its lazy habits…its materialism…and its capitalism…surrounding hydrocarbon energy and the west's lifestyle might be three points that you can expand upon into your repertoire as you support Islam. I'm NOT turning towards Islam as I'm OK with being an agnostic, but clearly there are great teachings and values that you are sharing in your work. I say this because I do CI outside high schools-and the kids talk to me!!! And I know that they know much, much more about their parents' and grandparents' greed, materialism, ignorance about them/us destroying the planet, and that its primarily pulled off at the hands of perpetual wars. So, I suggest that you think how open the "youths' ears" are right now about war, financial usury, saving the planet, and ending wars as you expand your public presentations. I predict that one way or another, your voice, and perhaps Islam, will resonate and make even MORE change. And of course, it DRILLS the Bauer-Rothschild financial empire…after all, how can they rake in the dough if people live far more frugally and less materialistically? Finally, I was wondering why DRG was breaking out from 9/11 into dealing with the world environment…maybe he is seeing that because of 9/11, the US war and Intel machine has positioned itself to "protect" a gated country…"The USofA". In other words, the rich white folks will: "let them eat cake…"…or nothing as the floods and droughts kill off the planet. Just some thoughts I wanted to share on a holiday that's supposed to represent: "Peace on Earth"…and how many stealth black op murders and how many drone and bombing missions do you think the Pentagon and CIA have up its sleeve today? peace…robin hordon PS: Please let Tony know that a big key to hosting is to be shorter winded-in everything. Hopefully he will become confident that he will have quite a few opportunities to express what's on his mind…still MUCH BETTER!!! rdh

  2. Anonymous

    Dr. Barrett, I think your choosing Professor Hall to be the permanent replacement is going to be a great asset to the show and to you as the professional chemistry flowing between the two of you creates a trusting environment of news delivery that is very appealing for us viewers.

  3. Anonymous

    Hi Mr. Barrett,

    Ever since I first read Chomsky, I've been excited that there was even one other voice out there of someone who didn't accept rhetoric as being equal to facts. It gives one hope that we can make thinking the new paradigm. Now look how many. Just you and the sites listed as links on your site. Incredible. But this fact leads me to ask a question: what next? When I watch a police drama, the show doesn't end with the detectives figuring out who the rapist is. They take him down! Otherwise we'd be left with the feeling of dissatisfaction that such horrible people go free to continue committing crimes. Is that the priority here as well? That your reporting can somehow contribute to bringing down the criminals? If so, stay with me.
    I mentioned making thinking the new paradigm. Because they are associated with more evolved human thoughts like religious belief, paradigms were also thought to be something specific to humanity, thus a highly evolved adaptation. Not at all. It is built upon one of our most primitive reptilian instincts, that of fight or flight or dangerous versus safe. Animals may not have religion, but they do have paradigms. It's how a baby croc knows there is safety in its mother's mouth but no one else's and why ducks do not scramble for cover when the shadow of a long-necked bird flies by. All raptors are short-necked. Because as humans our survival was dependent upon group association, we have an instinctive reaction to not go against the group. Elliot Aronson's The Social Animal, a collection of social studies illustrating this as opposed to just one study shows this in great detail. Even contemplating it or being near someone who does makes people uncomfortable. Watch Bill O'Reilly as he squirms in the moments before he yells "pinhead" at a guest he doesn't agree with.
    My points in all of this have to do with the facts that the average American Citizen (AC) believes that Central Authority (CA) is a divine, invisible, incorruptible God-Machine sent by the almighty itself for our guidance and protection, and tended only by the most holy of hand-picked mortals. Why do you think the majority do not want to believe that any of them can be guilty of any severe crime, yet go overboard whenever there is a sex scandal? Now, being that this is a belief system and it is attached to people's fight or flight, and they will not face the bear so long as running from it is an option and we are asking them to face the bear, when do you think they will do so in enough numbers?
    What I'm saying with all this is that we need a different strategy. I mentioned Chomsky above. My idea was to reverse the phenomenon that does a great much of the damage here, change the parameters of the discussion. Take mercury in vaccines for example. Whether you are pro or con is irrelevant. I'm pro vitamin C, but don't want anthrax in it. To a one though, the pro-vaxxers change the discussion. What is the point exactly of confronting them? Instead, we should be concentrating on those for whom the following is true: if government didn't side with Monsanto, we would never allow them to tamper with the food supply or spray glyphosate. If Russian jets were spewing chem trails, we wouldn't accept Putin's assurances that they were made of harmless breathable (?!?) plastic. We need to stop entering the forum where we have to break down people's beliefs and paradigms and create the one the AC needs! The one in which they get to ask those questions unfettered by those paradigms!
    The basic outline of the idea is called A Single Change @ Please let me know what you think of it.

  4. Anonymous on Thursday, 24 December 2015, 16:12

    False Flag Attacks Are Important Instruments Of Government Policy

    All of these false flag attacks were once called “conspiracy
    theories”, but every 1 of them has been proven to be a real
    false flag attack, serving the purpose of undeclared agendas.

  5. Anonymous

    Every time I try to post one of your articles, etc. on the Discussion Board at I get some nasty comments. Do you find that most Muslims are receptive or not receptive to your ideas?? Also, when I post the following, I get a lot of hate mail:

    I think that before we start discussing politics, we should all brush up on our Noam Chomsky, Chris Hedges, Rebecca Roth, Michael Parenti, Bonnie Faulkner, Alison Weir, Jeremy Scahill, Kevin Barrett, Gregory Noory, Friedrich Nietzsche, Helen Caldicott, Naomi Wolf, Henry Giroux, Edward Said,  Vandana Shiva, Gore Vidal, Bill Moyers, Matt Taibbi, Joel Wallach, Arundhati Roy, not to mention Poncho Threetrees, etc. (If we are to have any chance at all, we must look to alternative authors, books, websites, etc.; instead of the status quo propaganda outlets that keep us ignorant and wrong.)
    If everyone in this country (who ISN'T fooled by the Conservative, Right Wing, Fascist, Corporate agenda that we have been on for as long as anyone can remember) would just write one email, email flyer, or email chain letter, etc. every week, to a few friends, relatives, enemies, or someone and send 1 or 2 dollars every month to some organization that is trying to do something in the effort to wake up the naive citizens, maybe something would change, and we can reverse the idiocies mentioned in Thomas Frank's “What's The Matter With Kansas”. IT WOULD BE A START! Remember: It's not “Speaking truth to power”. It's “Speaking truth about power”, covertly or anonymously. (C.Y.A.) THINK "CHAIN MAIL".

  6. If Bill Kristol is serious about drafting a 3rd party candidate to oppose Trump, I'd be happy to volunteer ; – )

  7. Bill Kristol, Yuck!!! I would rather see Gretchen Carlson for president. (The girl in-between those two aging pretty-boys on Fox and friends. The one with the big legs and small dress.)

  8. Anonymous

    I love Jill Stein, Ralph Nadar, etc. But can some one get some information to them about 911, and the rest of the things on your websites. I know it is futile to get Chomsky onboard.

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