Julian Assange, "WikiLeaks Julian Assange Press Conference On CIA Hacking" (09 March 2017)
Just like everyone else, I'm still trying to make sense of this "Vault 7" thing. (Tom Secker has some interesting thoughts in a piece called "7 Questions about Wikileaks and Vault 7" over at Medium.com.) But, in case you didn't catch it, here's Julian Assange's statement on the leak.
Just in case there's someone who happens to be visiting The Mind Renewed for the first time who is under the impression that all talk of Technocracy in the modern world is just so much "conspiracy theory", here's an article by the Danish politician Ida Auken that was published last November by the World Economic Forum as part of their "Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils".
If you're fed up with hearing about Donald Trump—whether negative, positive or indifferent—and you feel like throwing your TV set out of the nearest window, then let me highly recommend a truly alternative take on the news of the day. Undaunted by the difficulty of researching deeply into matters of great concern to every citizen on the planet, John McMahon and his crew of intrepid reporters nevertheless choose to ignore all that, and instead bring us cutting-edge, moment-by-moment commentary on news stories seldom analysed in such a fashion by anyone else in the known universe. Enjoy!
The new administration's Executive Orange to ban all people from seven majority Muslim countries from entering the United States is nothing more than the latest in a line of hostile policies going back to at least 2001. However, it seems that many on what is laughably called the Left have forgotten the last 16 years and are reacting like this is a watershed moment.
Said- alternative news often takes heart lie-making mainstream press is in decline. That the grip of Govt. based operatives embedded within will lose influence and, up comes… all our socio-political enlightenment. On clicks info-warriors. Problem with this thesis, is the notion alt. media is on the up.
Just in case any of you haven't heard yet, Dr. Udo Ulfkotte, a former editor of the major German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, has been found dead (it has been reported) at the age of 56. In 2014, he published the book Gekaufte Journalisten (Journalists for Hire) in which he described how the CIA and its foreign satellites bribe journalists to write fact-free, pro-Western, pro-NATO propaganda.
"The ability for technology and innovations to transform global economics and geopolitics is often underestimated, even sidelined in retrospect. However, from the technological achievements that gave the British Empire mastery over the seas, to the industrial revolution that eventually disrupted and unraveled the empire’s carefully constructed global system of mercantilism, the march of technological progress literally governors the rise and fall of global centers of power and the empires built around them."
I like this song, so I thought I'd share it with you. As the lyrics put it, "It's not a good time for God", but you'll have to listen to Martyn's performance—or, even better, read the lyrics—to get an idea of what's being said. In another sense, of course, it's always a good time for God, because time is God's creation, and God is to be encountered even in the direst of times. But then, of course, the song is really about human beings...
John McAfee, founder of McAfee Associates (the company that apparently developed the first commercial antivirus software), appears on RT to give his candid opinion of the so-called "Russian hack" of the DNC.
We all know the old saying: "If you throw enough mud, some of it will stick." Well, now there's an up-to-date, electronic version: "Print some fake news; tweet it; quietly retract it; move on." And it's benefiting, writes Greenwald, institutions like The Washington Post greatly.
After having to sit and listen to a member of my family (who shall remain nameless) go on about how terrible it is that "the Russians" should have interfered with the US election through state-backed hacking, and how "frightening" this is, I read with pleasure the remarks of Craig Murray—former UK Ambassador to Uzbekistan—who has a word for the whole story, which I shall not repeat, but which is well-chosen.
I know, you've all heard about it, but I just couldn't resist linking to it here at TMR. You've gotta love the Daily Express. This killer squid shape-shifts, has limbs that can stay alive after being cut off, its victims die with a smile on their face, it can lay 200,000 eggs (perhaps), and Russian President Putin may be planning to weaponise it.
This is an excellent episode of ClandesTime, the podcast by Tom Secker over at SpyCulture.com. I highly recommend that people listen to this. In the show Tom looks at the "false-flag exercise" theory (very popular in alt-media circles); examines the theory’s history in military-deception techniques; considers its origins as a popular conspiracy theory; and asks to what extent it has been encouraged in state-sponsored popular culture.
Rarely are we privileged to read of how our work affects the lives of others, but here is just such a case. I am delighted to be able to share this article by a long-time listener to TMR, C. C. Wilkinson, a dentist from Florida, who was deeply affected by our recent interview with Mike Hopkins of Flight the Lies Radio. I don't need to say much more, because the article explains itself, but I will just pause to thank "Swamp Dog" for his very kind words, and for his integrity in choosing the spiritual hard road.
"Whistleblower Julian Assange has given one of his most incendiary interviews ever in a John Pilger Special, courtesy of Dartmouth Films, in which he summarizes what can be gleaned from the tens of thousands of Clinton emails released by WikiLeaks this year."—RT
"Just a bit fun!", as the phrase goes, what could possibly be harmful about playing with a painted board and a wooden "planchette"? Friends, spooky laughs, bottle of wine - a good time to be had by all!
During our current break in normal podcasting, we take the opportunity to repost our 2014 Halloween interview with Vince McCann, author of Freed from Satan's Grasp (Kingsway Publications) and former director of Spotlight Ministries.
Speaking from his experience of having once been involved in the Occult, Vince explains why the Ouija Board is far from "just a bit of fun". Characterising it, rather, as "spiritual Russian roulette", Vince warns that its use has frequently been associated with mental illness and spiritual oppression.
Vince McCann was once involved in the Occult and oppressed by evil spirits, until God led him—through prayer and exorcism—into a new life of freedom and faith in Jesus Christ, and called him to a ministry reaching out to those caught in the darkness of spiritual oppression. He currently runs the Chenzo1969 YouTube channel.
As we near Halloween, the US stock market looks like it’s whistling past the graveyard near the end of a year that I predicted would be the dawn of “the Epocalypse.” (By that, I meant an economic apocalypse, the likes of which we’ve never seen.)