Oliver Stone seems to have found the man to play NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden in his next pic “The Snowden Files.”
Sources tell Variety that Stone has offered the part to Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and that the actor has agreed to do it. Though negotiations have not yet begun, both sides want the deal to happen.
Look at the linked photo.
There has been a lot of convincing talk about freedom loving people going to Chile. I admit that I know nothing about this protest, and the issues surrounding. And other than many posts here and reading on other sites I admit I am not a expert on the country.
I saw this and though the DP community might want to weigh in.
Sorry if this has been posted, but had it I would assume it would be a top page item. Here is one to send your neo con friends and let them know we will be fine, as the elite are deciding our path for us.
The true axis of evil
By Bruce Fein - - http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/sep/18/fein-true-ax...
An axis of evil threatens the liberties of the United States from within: the warfare state; the surveillance state; the bail-out state; and, the welfare state. … The greatest threat to our liberties is the warfare state. Alexis de Tocqueville presciently noted in “Democracy in America,” “All those who seek to destroy the liberties of democratic nations ought to know that war is the surest and the shortest means to accomplish it.”
Saudi’s Connections To ISIS
ISIS is yet another example of a militant group that grew into a threat in large part due to the support of an ostensible ally.
In this latest case, said ally is going to be hosting training camps for moderate Syrian rebels, who are supposed to be some of the boots-on-the-ground against ISIS. This couldn’t possibly be a bad idea, could it?
Sen. Rand Paul has voiced support for airstrikes, but voted against arming Syrian rebels
ALEXANDRIA, Virginia (CNN) —Sen. Rand Paul said this week that he would vote in favor of going to war with ISIS, but his father, former Rep. Ron Paul, made it clear Friday night that he sharply opposes further U.S. involvement in the Mideast region.
Speaking at a libertarian-leaning conference, Ron Paul slammed the "bipartisan support" among congressional lawmakers for "rubber-stamping what President Obama wants" in the fight against the militant group.
More broadly, he suggested that Senate Republicans aren't that different from their Democratic counterparts.
Why No US Sanctions Against State Sponsors of ISIS: Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey?
Media organizations across the Western World have for years reported a flow of cash, weapons, equipment and fighters from America’s allies in the Persian Gulf as well as … NATO member Turkey, and into the conflict raging within Syria’s borders. … no sanctions have as of yet been leveled against the overt sponsors of militancy and, in fact, terrorism in Syria. … state-sponsored terrorism … as a limited proxy war against Syria has transformed into an immense regional army with tens of thousands of paid soldiers requiring millions of dollars a day to operate across multiple borders and confounding the forces of Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon combined.
ISIS is State-Sponsored, So Why Aren’t These States Being Sanctioned? … ISIS or ISIL, are the benefactors of vast state-sponsorship and yet the West has not identified nor condemned these sponsors, let alone move toward leveling sanctions …
News articles by prominent British and American news outlets like the Daily Beast’s “America’s Allies Are Funding ISIS,” the London Telegraph’s “How ISIL is funded, trained and operating in Iraq and Syria,” and the Daily Mail’s “Cameron tells European leaders to ‘be good to their word’ and stop funding ISIS with ransom payments,” give explanations ranging from outright admissions that Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Jordan, and Turkey are directly arming, funding, aiding and abetting ISIS, to … immense money laundering …
Systematic Hypocrisy Undermines Legitimacy
American and European hypocrisy so stark undermines the legitimacy … Beyond sanctions, the West’s presence across the Middle East has had a negative impact on public perception ….
After a two-week campaign, the Yale University Episcopal chaplain was forced to resign over a letter to the New York Times in which he explained that actions such as the recent Israeli war on Gaza were breeding anti-Semitism in Europe and elsewhere.
The Rev. Bruce Shipman, in a three-sentence letter that was published in the Times on August 26, responded to an Op-Ed article by scholar Deborah Lipstadt discussing European anti-Semitism. Shipman’s letter read, in its entirety, as follows:
Rand Paul Speaking At GOP California State Convention: Obama 'Abusing Our Laws' (VIDEO)
By CATHLEEN DECKER
September 20, 2014
Fewer than 50 days before an election that may give Republicans control of the Senate as well as the House, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) on Saturday skipped past those contests entirely to focus on one in which he may play a more central role — the 2016 presidential race.
While listening to the "Syrian Girl" BS video from Alex Jones,
I saw a comment from a YouTube user named DickCheney who
asked people to visit these 2 websites and show support for
A New Scottish Independence Vote based on the Vote-Rigging Video.
If you agree, and/or are willing to sign, have a look at these pages:
SPECIAL GUEST: Dan Johnson, of People Against the NDAA
Mike notes with a bit of disappointment that Texas seems to be constantly outdone by the goings on in Pennsylvania. Lou reads from the PA Oath of Office and then segues into the Pennsylvania Constitution. He skewers state Senator Lisa Baker for removing her sole challenger, Green Party Candidate Jay Sweeney, from the 20th District race. The PA Constitution has once again been “Smuckered,” and by a legislator who has voiced support for the Voters’ Choice Act, no less.
Much like Al Qaeda, the Islamic State (ISIS) is made-in-the-USA, … the United States has a long and torrid history of backing terrorist groups … The CIA first aligned itself with extremist Islam during the Cold War era. …
Russia Continues to boost its gold reserves, adds yet another 300,000 ounces to its Reserves in August
As Russia, talks of unplugging the Internet in an emergency, it steadily increases its gold reserves.
Russia added 300,000 ounces of gold to their reserves in August, after adding 300,000 ounces last month and 1.4 million ounces in the past four months.
Putin considers plan to unplug Russia from the internet 'in an emergency'
Kremlin to discuss taking control of the .ru domain and measures to disconnect Russians from the web in the event of unrest