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February 2010 Blog Posts (18)

The Big Lies of 9/11 Keep Coming Unravelled as the 9/11 Liars, Frauds, Deniers and Hucksters Are Further Exposed

Paul Craig Roberts was a high-ranking treasury official in the administration of US President Ronald Reagan. In this article Roberts documents the expanding movement whose members are confronting from a wide variety of perspectives and professional backgrounds the big lies underlying the 9/11 wars. Roberts outlines the growing desperation and deviousness of officialdom in efforts to keep a lid on the truths that expose the ruthlessness of the war machine, a…


Added by Anthony James Hall on February 26, 2010 at 7:30pm — 1 Comment

Olympic Consent: manufacture this

[Sports] offers people something to pay attention to, that’s of no importance, that keeps them from worrying about things that matter to their lives that they might have some idea about doing something about… In high school… I suddenly asked myself why do I care if my high school team wins the football game? I don’t know anybody on the team, has nothing to do with me, why I am cheering for my team, it doesn’t make any sense. But the point is,…

Added by D on February 26, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Study Notes for Mid-Term Test in "Capital,Culture and Globalization"

Several members of Our Own CBC are

enrolled in Professor Hall's third-year

offering at the University of Lethbridge.

Below are study notes that formed the

basis of Professor Hall's lecture on

February 24, 2010 …


Added by Anthony James Hall on February 25, 2010 at 2:00pm — No Comments

2010: Pride & Negation

Jeff, I appreciate your views on the 2010 Olympics, like all discourses I believe the Olympics too should remain an open one, and all views can be critiqued, scrutinized or objected to in an ethical manner: refraining from personal attacks. So I hope this response to your blog can be…


Added by D on February 25, 2010 at 11:00am — No Comments

The G20 and the People's Summit: Professor Graeme MacQueen's Proposal to Consider the Origins of the 9/11 Wars

In June of this year the leaders of the G20 Countries will be meeting in Toronto. In response, some activists are in the process of organizing a People's Summit to parallel the government meetings. The following is Professor Graeme MacQueen's proposal for a session to take place at the People's Summit. As those who follow Our Own CBC (Citizens' Broadcasting Cooperative) will be…


Added by Anthony James Hall on February 22, 2010 at 10:30pm — No Comments

I AM CANADIAN!! (or I am not American)

I'm a foreigner in Canada. I accept this and as such I know that my views on Canadian culture will be those of an external viewer. All my views on Canadian culture and identity will lack the feelings that a Canadian might feel towards their own country.

As millions of people around the world I awaited for the Vancouver 2010 opening ceremonies. Despite the facts we…


Added by R.O.P. on February 16, 2010 at 10:00pm — No Comments

I'm back

Hello everyone,

Sorry for my long absence. I battled a very nasty cold that prevented me from showing up to the last two lectures. I am now fully recovered and ready to blog about interesting stuff again.

I warn you that from now on I will be very active updating this blog. This week I will do a special series on the Olympics. I will talk about Vancouver 2010, but also about past Olympics that happened in the context of violation of human rights, namely Mexico…


Added by R.O.P. on February 16, 2010 at 12:05pm — No Comments

Conference to Counter Anti-Muslum Media Propaganda for Aggressive War




Time: 6 pm


Professor Michael Keefer – University of Guelph

James Clark – Toronto Coalition to Stop the War

Ali Mallah – Community and Union Activist

Hamid Mohammadi – Cultural Attache, Embassy of the IR of Iran

Khurram Awan – Lawyer & Campaigner against Islamophobia in the Media

Program will include an Exhibition of Islamic Art by a Visiting Iranian Artist

Bring Family and… Continue

Added by Anthony James Hall on February 10, 2010 at 3:53pm — 1 Comment

Olympic Black Op = Top Cop?

Bud Mercer, the Olympics' Top Cop

He was on the frontlines of some of B.C.'s most notorious moments of civil unrest, and now the security of the 2010 Olympic Games -- and the nation's reputation for peace, order and good government -- may well rest on the decisions he makes if tensions arise during the games. Geoff…

Added by Patrick Biron on February 9, 2010 at 6:01pm — No Comments

They call it “The War on Terror”?????

Last week’s class surrounding apartheids got me thinking again about colonialism. When we think of the word colonialism we think of a concept of the past. However it dawned on me last week in class that colonialism has not been gone away with, but simply transformed to satisfy the social criteria of the 21st century.

It took some time and a little bit of creativity but governments around the world, especially that of the beloved United States have found a common denominator to begin… Continue

Added by The Masked Crusader on February 8, 2010 at 8:17pm — 1 Comment

Sovereignty vs Security

Yesterday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced Iran would start enriching it's uranium, despite protests and threats of sanctions from the West (and fears of a pre-emptive…

Added by Kristina on February 8, 2010 at 7:10pm — 1 Comment

Noel Glynn's "Disturbing Questions" Concerning the Events of 9/11

Noel Glynn of London England will be joining us by Skype in the upcoming class and UStream broadcast of February 10. Noel is a pioneer and prominent member of the 9/11 Truth movement in Europe. Noel will converse with Mohawk activists and Attica Brother, Splitting The Sky, who will speak of his experiences of life and study leading to his upcoming trial in Calgary. See…


Added by Anthony James Hall on February 6, 2010 at 11:30am — No Comments

Salma Yaqoob: A Name to Remember!

Salma Yaqoob is the leader of Britain's RESPECT Party which is a left-wing, anti-war party in Britain ( Here is footage of her on the BBC show Question Time. I think her demeanour, rigour and finesse put those…

Added by Joshua Blakeney on February 5, 2010 at 12:00am — No Comments

US Supreme Court Overturns Corporate Spending Limits for Election Campaign Contributions - an article from the NY Times

Justices, 5-4, Reject Corporate Spending Limit


WASHINGTON — Overruling two important precedents about the First Amendment rights of corporations, a bitterly divided Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that the government may not ban political spending by corporations in candidate elections.

The… Continue

Added by Kc on February 4, 2010 at 1:00am — No Comments

Barrie Zwicker's Report From New England Peace Conference, 3 Feb,2010

The Peace Movement versus the 9/11Truth Movement

by Barrie Zwicker

What goes with the “split” between the anti-war movement and the 9/11Truth movement? Some light was shed on this regrettable reality in Boston the weekend of Jan. 30-31, 2010.… Continue

Added by Anthony James Hall on February 3, 2010 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

Venezuela and Hugo Chavez

A huge part of Globalization to me is the ability to connect with people all across the Globe, and to exchange in ideas and views on the world.

I find people tend to easily and quickly form opinions based on personal views and deep rooted beliefs. It’s not very hard to find a Pro- Hugo Chavez person, who will rave about socialism and how great it is for people. But have these people ever lived in a socialist society? Have they ever experienced it, or do they live under an illusion of… Continue

Added by Laura Mulhall on February 2, 2010 at 11:56pm — 4 Comments

UN agency calls for global cyberwarfare treaty, ‘driver’s license’ for Web users

Will there be a new internet in the future which forces people to obtain a "drivers license" to use the internet. A new internet might be created forcing people to have two computers that cannot connect and pass on viruses. "One internet for secure operations and one internet for freedom."

Added by neil schibbelhute on February 1, 2010 at 6:26pm — No Comments

Dealing With the Highest Level of International Organized Crime

Connecting the Dots: How Developments in Canada Link with Professor Francis Boyle's Intervention with the International Criminal Court and the Offering of a Reward for Those Who Attempt a Citizen's Arrest of Tony Blair

by Anthony J. Hall

Professor of Globalization Studies

University of Lethbridge

First submitted as a comment on Paul S. Graham's Blog at…


Added by Anthony James Hall on February 1, 2010 at 4:00pm — No Comments

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