Sean Fenley

Sean Fenley
May 04
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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SEPTEMBER 20, 2013 3:19PM

The Saudi Center of Terror

There was an interesting story out a while back, that suggested that Bandar Bush has already threatened Putin to attack the Sochi Olympics. The Saudis are basically Zionists so far as I can tell. They don’t care one whit about the Palestinians, and they would just let… Read full post »

SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 3:37PM

Wapo Pens Hit Screed on Theravada Buddhism

Here is an absolutely asinine article in Wapo. I meditate in the Theravada Buddhist tradition, and about the only good thing the article pointed out, was that the shooter was not supposed to be engaging in drinking or violence! It sounded as if his pursuit of being… Read full post »

Foreign Policy magazine reported yesterday that in 1988 the United States supported Saddam Hussein in gassing Iran. Someone should surely CC the reprehensible Secretary of State, and Skull and Bonesman John Kerry. About a moral obscenity such as that! As Martin Luther King said — whose marc… Read full post »

The neoncon’s favorite general looks like he landed himself, in his post-Broadwell life, a plum job. The bloom is off the rose on this guy’s “family values” Republican credentials. Not that “family values” Republicans ever had any kind of ethics when it comes to… Read full post »

I should definitely preface this piece/meditation by saying that I support Bashar Al-Assad against the devils Qatar, NATO, Israel, various Salafi conglomerations and KSA. However, I find some recent comments by President Assad to be quite strange. Assad has told us that what we

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JULY 4, 2013 9:42AM

Thoughts on the Media

In my opinion by watching RT, France 24, BBC, US MSM, Press TV, Telesur you can be see the slant coming from all perspectives. I don’t trust any of them, and so thusly that is why I have to watch all of them! Actually I don’t watch France… Read full post »

It seems that there is lot of talk about the elite culling the herd. It almost seems to me; however, like we may be culling ourselves. There’s also a lot of invocation of the End Times too — and it gets me thinking. I don’t think that we… Read full post »

I think this is very interesting, the kind of thing that our MSM doesn’t show. Haitians overjoyed that Nicolas Maduro is visiting Haiti — with pro-Maduro and Chavez posters. It’s interesting I don’t know that much about Haitian President Martelly. He was anti-Aristide, but… Read full post »

Ecuador has waived trade benefits that it had enjoyed, owing to the Andean Trade Preferences Act of the early 1990s. Additionally, Ecuador has even offered to pay the United States $23 million for some worthwhile training in human rights! The “mainstream” media has been trying to set… Read full post »

Self-styled Latin America expert Nicolas Kozloff has only just recently attacked the eminently admirable Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa. In a column for America Online’s Huffington Post Kozloff describes the laudable Ecuadorian leader as “dubious”, and with (according to

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JUNE 22, 2013 11:19AM

Brazilian Riots

I’ve been following this, and in my opinion it is hard to figure out precisely what is going on. I had thought Brazil had a fairly good government — at least better than ours. Lula did disappoint many progressives (in fact Chavez’s opponent in his last election put… Read full post »

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has just this week met with the French Prime Minister Francois Hollande. I hope that Maduro is operating on a keep your enemies closer premise! Hollande is such a pretender to socialism, that he’d undoubtedly welcome a junta led by the venal knave… Read full post »

JUNE 13, 2013 5:06PM

Republicrat Stasi America

It is said that cash is king. But celebrity is king in America, and anyone who is not famous is then (unequivocally) a loser! Glitz, bling, and hyper-materialism are our culture. And then we go around bombing people — who may have actual real cultures — all around… Read full post »

The patrician blue blood Secretary of State John Kerry was only just over in the Middle East, offering up 4 billions dollars to the Palestinians. As a young man Netanyahu said, that there was already a Palestinian state, and that it was in fact Jordan. I sincerely think that he… Read full post »

John McCain met with Takfiri scum, when he was just in Syria. Are these the “moderate elements” that John McCain would have the full force of NATO, and the US government getting behind? And what kind of “democracy” could be led by these Takfiri rats? Surely, nothing but… Read full post »

MAY 17, 2013 5:15PM

Notes on the Middle East

It is all the Shiites who have helped Hamas/Gaza militarily. Shia Iran, Hezbollah and Syria are all Shia or Shia-linked countries/entities. Syria is Arab nationalist, but Assad is a practicing Alawite, which is a Shia offshoot as I understand it.

Sunni and Shia fundamentalists do not get along… Read full post »

Niall Ferguson would undoubtedly like to go back to starvation deaths being the leading cause of premature departure/cessation for the elderly. Or at least see nearly half of all the elderly living in poverty — it is estimated that 43.6% would be so without Social Security. The… Read full post »

Galloway just unloads a can of whoop ass on the Thatcherite scum. The Tea Party bully the rest of the Congress around here in the States — with their fatuous bile (and their fullness of themselves). And their pride in how ignorant, and neanderthalic that they are.… Read full post »

I’ve been thinking about the philosophy of atheistic materialism recently, and maybe it’s because I would say that I am a humanist agnostic. Though I’m a spiritual agnostic, I simply think religion is no better than mythology — a lot has been found to be true in mythologica… Read full post »

Increasingly, it has become apparent that elements who support either the one or two state solution, and not the evil status quo, consist of auxiliaries that cross the line in their criticism of Zionists/Jews. A number of alleged “learned”, and “intellectual” commentators

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At a recent anti-austerity rally in DC, Howard Dean’s brother Jim Dean, took it to the New Democratic right-of-center presidents. Dean pronounced that the era of triangulation is over! Referring to Bill Clinton’s notorious practice of positioning himself halfway between congressiona

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Reading Al-Jazeera is something that I am loath to do, and effort to do so as little as possible. Having said that I do find myself reading one of their articles — here and there, at least some of the time. As I’ve written

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No doubt a great influence upon Barack Obama, Margaret Thatcher has passed from this Earth. Just as the callous and malevolent Iron Lady disinterestedly crushed miners, the rumors are out that Barry plans to -- just as fiendishly -- crush the elderly and the disabled today. Obama… Read full post »

I think that I must face it, I am a glass half empty person. And although I do see some reason for optimism; I have to admit that I see a lot of barbarity too. Like a regime such as Israel that is fully backed in its

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MARCH 31, 2013 3:31AM

The Center Must Hold

Call me old-fashioned, but I say that the center must hold. A historian that I am aware of, who also has a keen interest in philosophy says that postmodern theory is “wild”. And I’d say that I have to concur. No progressive or revolutionary praxis comes out of… Read full post »