The ‘Palestinian Chair’: Exposing Israel’s Direct Role in US Violence 

The refashioning of the American police, in recent years, to fit some kind of a military model is a subject that requires a better understanding than the one currently offered by mainstream US media. Certainly, US racism and police violence are intrinsically linked and date back many years, but the militarization of the US police and its use of deadly violence against suspected petty criminals, or even non criminals, is a relatively new phenomenon that has been largely imported from Israel.

Source: The ‘Palestinian Chair’: Exposing Israel’s Direct Role in US Violence | Common Dreams Views

This Is Not a Revolution. It’s a Blueprint for Locking Down the Nation 

“When it gets down to having to use violence, then you are playing the system’s game. The establishment will irritate you—pull your beard, flick your face—to make you fight. Because once they’ve got you violent, then they know how to handle you.” —John Lennon Brace yourselves. There is something being concocted in the dens of power, More

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Watch: This Is What It Looks Like When the Response to Protests Against Police Violence Is… More Police Violence

Driving SUVs into demonstrators. Firing paint-ball rounds at people on their own front porch. Pushing an elderly man to the ground. These were just a few of the incidents witnessed as a militarized

Source: Watch: This Is What It Looks Like When the Response to Protests Against Police Violence Is… More Police Violence | Common Dreams News

It’s No Wonder the Military likes Violent Video Games, They Can Help Train Civilians to Become Warriors 

  Following the recent massacres in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, the bestselling author Keith Boykin tweeted: Trump is on TV blaming the Internet, social media, video games and mental health for the mass shootings. Nonsense! Every country has Google, Facebook, video games and people with mental health issues. What they don’t have is More

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