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If we tolerate this, then our children will be next

Greg Maybury Like many people out there battling in their own way the tyranny and the treachery to which we’ve been subjected by our political, media, and bureaucratic ‘Brahmin castes’ (self-appointed as they are), I’m all fired n’ brim-stoned up. This article is something of a different beast to my past efforts in the truth-telling …

Letter to a Tyrant

Margaret Anna Alice I won’t bother to reason with you or appeal to your compassion—because you have none. You are a foul, fetid, festering, fiendish, fear-fomenting fecker devoid of soul, purpose, and meaning. No matter how many lives you masticate, hearts you shred, minds you menticide, and puppet strings you try to throttle us with, …

Sweden’s “Vaccine Passes” should teach us an important lesson.

Don't part-accept irrationality in an effort to be reasonable. Don't try and meet insanity in the middle. Deal only in what you can research and observe yourself. Don't attempt to compromise with the establishment, because they will never compromise back. There is no middle way. Never, EVER, accept part of their narrative on trust.

A War against Humanity

Michael Lesher Audio Version New Feature! Halloween was once a popular holiday in Passaic. Year after year, my neighborhood’s lawns abounded in mock-terrifying October decorations – witches on broomsticks, carved pumpkins on the porches, fantastic spider webs festooning the shrubbery. This year, though, there were hardly any Halloween decorations on display. And like so many …

WATCH: How to Disarm Propaganda

Mark Crispin Miller, NYU Professor and News From Underground publisher, joins James Corbett to discuss his specialty: propaganda. In true #SolutionsWatch style, they discuss ways to identify and dissect propaganda, as well as how to help others to see through common propaganda techniques. Links, sources and shownotes – as well as download options and an audio-only …

BEST OF OFFG: “Wikipedia Slashes Spanish Flu Death Rate”

Catte Black Republished as part of our ‘Best Of’ series, revisiting some of OffG’s Pre-Covid editorials – either because they help remind us of important realities easily overlooked nowadays, or because they take on added significance in a ‘post-covid’ world. As early as February 2020, when Covid was still just “the coronavirus”, there was sustained …