Articles by Aaron Dames




Though this clip is almost a year old, journalist John Pilger sums up the Obama problem succinctly and accurately.   His insight on Obama speech reminds me of a word to have only recently entered the English vernacular: obamalize–the act of saying one thing when your intentions are the exact opposite.


From the BBC: Britain’s aid agencies are launching an appeal to help the people of Niger where half the country’s population is going hungry following droughts which have led to crop failures…




Paul Joesph Watson writes for Prison Planet:

The 2010 Bilderberg agenda has been revealed by veteran Bilderberg sleuth Jim Tucker and it paints a picture of crisis for the globalists, who are furious at the increased exposure their gatherings have received in recent years, as well as being dismayed at their failure to rescue both the euro and the failing carbon tax agenda, but more alarmingly according to Tucker, the majority of Bilderberg members are now in favor of military air strikes on Iran.

American Free Press muckraker Tucker has proven routinely accurate with the information he obtains from sources inside Bilderberg, which makes this year’s revelations all the more intriguing…
















The Keiser Report on Russia TV:

This is the special Alan Greenspan bubble addition in which Max takes out several props and we talk about the scandals of financial crisis “show trials” in America; Citigroup alleges they could not possibly have predicted the collapse of a very obvious housing bubble; and former Fed Chairman, Alan Greenspan, tells the show trial commissioners that the financial world is far too complex for mere mortals. In the second half of the show, Max talks to economist Dean Baker about Citigroup’s alleged profits:



From Davey D’s Hip Hop Corner:

Last week Tavis Smiley held a summit/ round table called ‘We Count’. He had a number of people speaking including Minister Farrakhan. I think this is a series of videos well worth watching. Minister Farrakhan lays down a lot of things for us to keep in mind as we engage President Obama. He speaks to the issue of weather or not we as Black people should be criticizing him in public – and if so how. This is in 3 parts.