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Documentation and Analysis on the Alleged Chlorine Attacks in Syria 2014-18 – Dr. Tim Hayward, Herland Report

We all remember how the alleged chemical attack in Douma on 7 April, 2018 led to a missile attack on Syria by the US, France and UK. This briefing note summarizes the results of further investigations of the Douma incident and explains relevant scientific issues. This note also examines the processes by which OPCW Fact-Finding Missions and the UN/OPCW Joint Investigative ... Read More »

The famous atheist who fights for Christian ethics, Jurgen Habermas – Hanne Nabintu Herland WND, Herland Report

What happens when a leading, atheist thinker changes his mind and advocates for Christian ethics? To follow the development of Jürgen Habermas has been a remarkable journey. The famous atheist now states that Christian ethics has a greater role to play in society than many secularists previously thought: It has the ability to motivate individuals to do good and act ... Read More »

Former NSA Whistle-Blower William Binney at Herland Report TV: Mass Surveillance State Destroys Democracy, Fort Russ News

Former NSA director, William Binney, has come forward in a Herland Report exclusive, to disclose the NSA’s massive violation of the constitutional rights of U.S citizens. But more, it involves the targeting of people around the world regardless of citizenship. Among the key, critical components is how the new methods of investigating and charging an alleged suspect, strip the accused ... Read More »

Interview with Erik Selle: Norway is not as “free and open” as many think, high degree of political control – Herland Report

Norway has a very large government structure, yet we are a very small country. The government is financing its own institutions, the media and the NGOs. It is quite remarkable. Even if you go a universities and want to research topics that are not politically correct, you will not get funds for it. We have established a “total information package ... Read More »

An historical overview: United States and Venezuela, the country with the largest oil reserves in the world, James Petras, Herland Report

Read the overview of the United States’ policies in South America, focusing on Venezuela, as told by professor James Petras. “Venezuela has the largest oil reserves in the world. US hostility and efforts to overthrow the Venezuelan government forms parts of a long and inglorious history of US intervention in Latin America going back to the second decade of the ... Read More »

Hvorfor er vi så opptatt av å stigmatisere grupper? Hvorfor kan vi ikke få lov til å være forskjellige? Brita Møystad Engseth, Herland Report

The Herland Report TV: I samtale med NRK journalist og filmkritiker, Brita Møystad Engseth diskuteres fragmenteringen i samfunnet og den særdeles sterke trenden at “alt må kategoriseres” inn i kategorien “for eller imot”. Er man “for eller imot venstresiden”, “for eller imot muslimer” og så videre? “Vi har fått større valgfrihet, men samtidig har vi mistet en form for felles ... Read More »

The repressive New Left and Marcuse’ desire to silence majority in the West – Hanne Nabintu Herland, Herland Report, WND

Repression of free speech has become the trademark of the New Left. Anti-free-speech thinkers like Herbert Marcuse, the father of the student revolution in the 1960’s, speaks openly in A critique of pure tolerance about the need to oppress the views of the majority population in order to succeed in revolutionizing the culture.   Marcuse’s illiberal words reveal the authoritarian New Left pursuit, ... Read More »

Battlefield America: The Ongoing War on Democracy and the American People, John Whitehead, Herland Report

What is now happening in the United States is what a state of undeclared martial law looks like, when you can be arrested, tasered, shot, brutalized and in some cases killed merely for not complying with a government agent’s order or not complying fast enough. This isn’t just happening in crime-ridden inner cities. It’s happening all across the country. America ... Read More »

Conservative Disdain for Revolutions: Edmund Burke’s advocacy for gradual change – Hanne Nabintu Herland at WND

In today’s progressive, mainstream narrative, history is steadily twisted to fit the Liberal agenda, that is to move Western values further away from its historical roots. We shall take a closer look at the French Revolution, which at the time created anarchy and civil war in France. Was the French Revolution really about “the people”? Did it really lead to ... Read More »

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