Must Reads

The War on Libya

A Grand Display of NATO’s Lynch Mob Mentality by Dan Glazebrook Review of Maximilian Forte’s powerful new book, “Slouching Toward Sirte: NATO’s War on Libya and Africa” (now available to order from Global Research). This book presents a withering indictment of liberal humanitarianism and its collusion in imperialist designs on Africa, as seen in NATO’s Libya campaign of 2011. The […]

A Vindication of Natural Diet

by Percy Bysshe Shelley London, 1813  pdf version I hold that the depravity of the physical and moral nature of man originated in his unnatural habits of life. The origin of man, like that of the universe of which he is a part, is enveloped in impenetrable mystery. His generations either had a beginning, or they had not. The weight of […]

Web of Deceit

Chronology of British Foreign Policy by Mark Curtis 1947 Foreign Office describes Middle East oil in secret document as ‘a vital prize for any power interested in world influence or domination’. 1948 Britain declares ‘emergency’ in Malaya and begins 12-year war to defeat rebels, who are mainly marginalised Chinese. Britain secretly describes war as ‘in defence of [the] rubber industry’ and […]

Expect Resistance

a crimethink field manual (Published by CrimethInc.) “…Expect Resistance, is a passionate call for readers to see revolution as a daily event, rather than as an abstract idea that may never be realized. Expect Resistance follows Recipes for Disaster: An Anarchist Cookbook and Days of Love, Nights of War in developing the crimethink philosophy of liberated living and fiery […]

The Sexual Politics of Meat

A feminist-vegetarian critical theory (Published by Continuum Books) by Carol J. Adams The Sexual Politics of Meat The Sexual Politics of Meat: A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory explores a relationship between patriarchal values and meat eating by interweaving the insights of feminism, vegetarianism, animal defense, and literary theory. The New York Times called it “a bible of the vegan community.” It […]

A Peoples History of the United States

1492 – Present (Published by Harper Collins 1980) by Howard Zinn A Peoples History – Free PDF Download From the publisher: “Since its original landmark publication in 1980, A People’s History of the United States has been chronicling American history from the bottom up, throwing out the official version of history taught in schools – with its emphasis on great […]

Beyond Vietnam

A Time to Break the Silence – Speech Delivered 4th April 1967, Riverside Church, New York City by Martin Luther King, Jr. “The essence of the speech focused on the war in Vietnam. The belief of the clergy took the theme of silence is betrayal. The conclusion was reached that they must speak out against the war over the […]

Civil Disobedience

Originally published as “Resistance to Civil Government” by Henry David Thoreau (1849) While Walden can be applied to almost anyone’s life, “Civil Disobedience” is like a venerated architectural landmark: it is preserved and admired, and sometimes visited, but for most of us there are not many occasions when it can actually be used. Still, although seldom mentioned without references […]

Web of Debt

The Shocking Truth About Our Money System And How We Can Break Free by Ellen Brown Third Edition e-Book INTRODUCTION CAPTURED BY THE DEBT SPIDER President Andrew Jackson called the banking cartel a “hydra-headed monster eating the flesh of the common man.” New York Mayor John Hylan, writing in the 1920s, called it a “giant octopus” that “seizes in […]

How I Clobbered Every Bureaucratic Cash-Confiscatory Agency Known to Man

A Spiritual Economics Book on $$$ and Remembering Who You Are by Mary Elizabeth: Croft  How I… Foreword I had given up writing this book because of people’s reactions when I mentioned the Commerce Game. Most wanted to ‘kill the messenger’ because their having been so conned by the alleged ‘authorities’ for their entire lives was too painful to contemplate. […]

Veganism: The War We Cannot Lose

by Dr. Steven Best – Philosopher, Writer, Activist (Department of Philosophy, University of Texas) The War We Cannot Lose! This is the most powerful dialectical critique of veganism yet articulated. Dr. Best shows that, although veganism is essential to the future of all life on the planet, this potential is not being realized. He identifies the systemic flaws and fallacies […]