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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“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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Rand Paul has certainly received his fair share of ink since entering the United States Senate. And his impending run for the presidency will no doubt make that ink puddle akin to a flurry much like some of the largest political wastes of carbon

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APRIL 6, 2014 9:56AM

Obama the Authoritarian Ruler

Do we have a dictator in America when we ponder Barack H. Obama? Well, he has thrown out the Constitution when it comes to war and civil liberties! Also he tortured Bradley Manning, the NSA is now an American Stasi (started under Bush), and he has retained

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APRIL 4, 2014 12:19PM

Saudi and Qatari Tensions

This article in Pando was an interesting one, for sure, although I don’t know that I agree with a lot of it quite frankly. I just don’t see the Saudi decrepit and playboy princes as competent as the author does. Qatar is really the GCC (Gulf Cooperation… Read full post »

APRIL 2, 2014 2:18PM

Western Do as I Say Not as I Do

You kind of have to read American/Western media articles on Venezuela the way Russians had to read Pravda in the old Soviet Union. You pretty much have to read between the lines, and pick up tidbits that don’t seem to jive with the overall narrative of the reportage… Read full post »

For those who have not been apprised of a series of ongoing events in Turkey moribund Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is following up his Twitter ban with a Youtube one also. The ostensible incitement for the authoritarian move by the power mad/drunken Erdogan was that a recording… Read full post »

Theists thinking that God is on their side is definitely a strange one. I was raised Christian, and so I would think then that God is on the side of the most pious. Although he loves everyone — even the most sinful, so God is actually on everyone’s… Read full post »

In this interview with the Algerian Foreign Minister, Ramtaine Lamamra, here, IMHO this man comes across as a complete phony. Algeria has not been voting with Syria at the Arab League! In fact, this phony and his government have been voting with the anti-Syria Arab League members, as… Read full post »

Boy, if that just isn’t the pot calling the kettle black! How many countries were strong-armed into the Iraqi “coalition of the willing”! And I’m sure that the handful of countries that consistently vote with the US and Israel on continuing the Cuba embargo, are doing that… Read full post »

MARCH 6, 2014 12:09PM

RT Anchor’s Resigning on the Air

I haven’t watched much RT America for a while. I recall Liz Wahl when I did watch. She didn’t sound too informed when I saw her on Lawrence O’Donnell last night. Which surprised me because based upon what I’d seen she was professional, and I didn’t think someone… Read full post »

FEBRUARY 10, 2014 8:13PM

Bachmann Nutty on Norway, As All Else

Former Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann doesn’t have the slightest clue what she is talking about in this CNN debate with Bernie Sanders here. In it she argues that the United States of America, is not availing itself of its natural resources in the same manner that Norway is. Norway has… Read full post »

FEBRUARY 7, 2014 12:36PM

Google’s ‘Activist’ Stand

Google has a rainbow logo for the Sochi Olympics. I’m glad a company can still take the “moral high ground” that is incredibly active in developing a totalitarian American Stasi, and in fact records all of an individual’s searches — via their search engine — fo

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I had read this piece in Deutsche Welle at the time of the printing of the article, but I have not seen too many headlines on this issue. And moreover, I have not really seen this issue, very much, being brought to the forefront. The lily-livered, egregious,… Read full post »

This is a very superlative article written by Wayne Madsen. It is a very good succinct look at the ways of the world. This should almost be printed and handed out, far and wide to people. Unfortunately, I think a person needs some level of political acumen… Read full post »

It just simple fact(s) that more egalitarian countries, the more social democratic as opposed to the more free market, have a wide range of outcomes beyond just a more fair overall distribution of wealth. I’m hearing a lot in the “land” of progressivedom/ism that social democracy

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The Financial Times has opined recently that there is a rising libertarian tide in the United States of America. Particularly among the so-called Gen Y or Echo Boomer generation, who they claim do not easily jell with the current mainline American political schema. I have opined myself… Read full post »

JANUARY 18, 2014 1:52PM

Israel: Ethnocracy or Theocracy?

I don’t know what others hear, but I see (and hear) a lot of speculation about a little know Orthodox Jewish sect known as the Chabad Lubavitch. I don’t know a lot about them, some of the more scurrilous stuff I am, of course, loath to entertain. Interesting… Read full post »

JANUARY 17, 2014 2:37PM

Sandy Hook Shooter Called John Zerzan?

I find it just bizarre, haven’t really drawn a conclusion. I’ll be honest I used to have some interest in John Zerzan. Some of his ideas make sense, he has no solution(s) IMO. The human race just isn’t going back to hunter-gatherism. Unless by the means Einstein… Read full post »