August 15 was the end of World War II in Asia, 69 years ago, following the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I could not find a single reference to the bombings, or to the end of the war itself, anywhere in the American media. Even the Yazidis in Iraq, a big story a week [...]
|By: Peter Van Buren Monday October 21, 2013 10:23 am|
A recent post on my blog, Forbes: State Department Number Three Dream Employer, about how popular working for the State Department is among people who have never actually worked for the State Department, merited a follow-on. Here it is. Daniel Garrett was a political officer at the U.S. Embassy in Japan 2008-2010. The State Department [...]
|By: Jeff Kaye Sunday October 20, 2013 9:41 pm|
A man who gave much of his life to figure out the truth about the 65-year-old Teigin mass poisoning case died alone in a Tokyo house last week. With him may go the last best chance to solve the crime, a crime that has been linked to top secret biological warfare work by the Japanese and a controversial cover-up of that work by the U.S. government.
|By: Jeff Kaye Sunday September 8, 2013 7:00 pm|
The U.S. pretends to be pursuing noble causes for peace in threatening to launch military strikes against Syria for supposed chemical warfare attacks. But the U.S. record on both biological and chemical warfare is anything but noble. It reeks of self-interest, and involved the U.S. in a cover-up of the largest, most sinister program of biological and chemical experimentation and warfare in modern history.