Sean Fenley

Sean Fenley
Birthday
May 04
Bio
Sean Fenley is an independent progressive, who would like to see some sanity brought to the creation and implementation of current and future, US military, economic, foreign and domestic policies. He has been published by a number of websites, and publications throughout the alternative media.

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Salon.com

There’s not much doubt that many social justice struggles are certainly unfinished. The full recognition of the rights of far too many are still not redressed, unfortunately. However, Western colonialism is one dark mark upon the history books that it had appeared was largely

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The Western media went into an apoplectic fit of rage when Russia retroceded Crimea. And although there’s not much intelligence in said media, it’s looking clear that Israel has major designs on one day fully engulfing both Gaza and the West Bank. And thus

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Jon Voight, probably best known for playing a gigolo, thinks that he has a grasp on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Following in the footsteps of “eminent political sophisticates” and “thought leaders” like the zany and loopy humorists Jackie Mason, Joan Rivers and Ho

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AUGUST 7, 2014 9:14AM

What Game is Sisi Playing in Egypt?

Not to defend the Muslim Brotherhood, but in Hamas’s defense it has only been two years since Sisi led a coup against their ally Morsi. I can’t see where Sisi did anything to help the Gazans during this slaughter in Gaza. I must say

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In a recent speech George Galloway said that he met Barack Obama at a demonstration, and that he spoke to him for a while. Obama told the British parliamentarian during this conversation that he’d been “well schooled” by Edward Said on the Israeli-Palestinian

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The Zionist terror machine as it rolls through Palestinian neighborhoods hitting civilian targets has still not provided evidence of the alleged cause of this “conflict”. And the US has just approved over $200 million dollars, via the Zionist-occupied Congress — the Zionist su

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I don’t see what contacting the devils in Congress is going to accomplish. As far as I’m concerned Hezbollah and Iran are the only organizations in the world that can actually do anything! The Sunni Arab leadership is all sold out, Al-Sissy is a

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The Zionist blitzkrieg upon the largely defenseless Gazan/Palestinian population, the world is currently bearing witness to with great revulsion and indeed great horror. The United States Congress apparently didn’t receive the memo on this, most assuredly, and is instead falling in lock

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Hamas has an office in Qatar, which is the residence of the chairman. I know that the Emir of Qatar was giving them money in the past, but I don’t know if that is still ongoing. Although Hamas was a close ally with Hezbollah, Iran,

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I don’t see neoliberalism as vague as at all, but I certainly wouldn’t be surprised if many folks feel that they have a cloudy or murky understanding of it, though. And, for that, I certainly don’t blame them. In my opinion it refers to

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It’s been known for some time that Israel thinks that it “mows the lawn” when it intrudes into Gaza, but comedian Bill Maher has likened these callous, frightful, and egregious slaughters to beating a woman. Maher showing not only pro-Israeli chauvinism, but additionally the popul… Read full post »

The Islamic Jihad is the only Palestinian resistance group that I’m aware of that has an outside state sponsor. Iran and Hezbollah are non-Palestinian supporters of this grouping/movement. I believe that Hamas is still getting Iranian Fajr-5 rockets, but I don’t know if they

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Rand Paul writing in the neoconservative National Review says that the Obama administration is showing too much restraint toward the fact that Fatah has now allied with (a faction that he views as terrorist) Hamas. Paul who in the past has said that he stands for a… Read full post »

JUNE 9, 2014 3:05PM

Talkin’ About Revolution

A big aspect of colonization, of course, was all about getting resources to the First World countries (and also cheap). During the decolonization process a number of leaders emerged throughout the Third World who wanted to challenge this. The decolonization process was an

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JUNE 8, 2014 5:52PM

RT for External Consumption

This is an excellent program that appeared on the RT interview show Worlds Apart. The episode is entitled “Peace by Peace”, and is marketed with a quotation from the interview subject, “[That] Militaries [are] outdated, they should go like cannibalism & slavery”. RT

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MAY 27, 2014 3:26PM

General Hifter’s Surge in Libya

A man that is often being reported as a "rogue general" in the Western media is making an assault upon the militias that have essentially de facto reigned Libya since the days of Colonel Qaddafi's erstwhile rule. Egypt's role in this initiative is being speculated upon

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Vijay Prashad wrote an article that recently appeared in the notable Israeli/Palestinian blog Mondoweiss. The fear is with Modi that he is, quite possibly going to bring India and Israel closer than they have ever been. India does a lot of trade with

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“The world has lost one of its greatest visionary writers—and one of my favorites from the time I was young. A representative voice for the people of the Americas.” – Barack H. Obama, 44th President of the United States

“In spite of… oppression, plundering,

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APRIL 20, 2014 10:39AM

Cliven Bundy Ranching Situation

It seems to me that grazing cooperatively/communally on federal land is a socialist policy. It’s interesting to see the right — even far right — all worked up into a tizzy defending socialism. Not many of them understand, I’d wager, that what they are

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Those who are soft on anti-Semitism are just as bad as those who are soft on fascism in my opinion. In fact, any student of history knows how often the two have been connected. I’m a critic of Israel and Zionism certainly by the

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APRIL 16, 2014 2:59AM

Michael C. Ruppert RIP, My Friend

I have only just heard that the once preeminent investigative journalist Michael C. Ruppert has died. From what I know of the situation thus far, Michael has very sadly committed suicide. Michael Ruppert was definitely one of my most revered heroes for a time. He certainly raised… Read full post »

Not only is Guantanamo Bay an illicit torture and concentration camp for alleged terrorists, but numerous legitimately recognized legal scholars have called into question the continued acceptance for the US government to still be occupying its military enclave there. Additionally, many of the

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“The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

“History is a great teacher. Now everyone knows that the labor movement did not diminish the strength of the nation but enlarged it. By raising the

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I hate advertising, haha. But I do think; however, that a uniquely clever and enjoyable ad is a pretty remarkable thing, though. And that is my interest in posting this:

McAfee is like a a move villain or something, he doesn't exactly give off the aura of a… Read full post »

It seems that “our eminence” the lordly George “vulture capital financier” Soros was interviewed recently by the New York Review of Books. He has undeniably deigned to do so to enlighten us mere mortals with his ingenious musings, worthy extrapolations, rightful theorie

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