Hong Kong: The Truth Walks the Streets!

By: Brett Redmayne-Titley

“The revolutionary war is a war of the masses; only mobilizing the masses and relying on them can wage it.” – Mao

Yesterday, Tuesday, July 9 2019, Hong Kong’s Chinese anointed leader of the Legislative Council, Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-Ngor, assured protesters that the controversial extradition bill was ” dead.” Previously she had assured the protesters that the same bill was “suspended.” The protesters ain’t buying it.

The one word the protesters want to hear, the one Chinese lap dog Carrie Lam will not utter, is “withdrawal.” A complete retraction. It is likely too late for this. The people of Hong Kong have been provided with a whiff of “hope” and a glimmer of “revolution.” Lam and China will now have to force this genie of freedom back into its bottle of Chinese dominance.

World democracy continues to go the way of the Dodo, forced into extinction for the sake of providing ever more.. to those who already have more than enough: Greed. It knows no bounds. Greed has no soul. But, greed always justifies itself..with lies!

Tiananmen Square and its massive slaughter past at the hands of the Chinese regime appears about to repeat itself. Why? Tiananmen was not a mere brutal crushing of a populist protest. It was the destruction of an example of human principal: The snuffing out of a spark that would have ignited into flame. Like protests in Sudan and Algeria, the protesters in Hong Kong now face a simple choice: acquiesce… or fight! Beijing does not care about which choice they make. China has the guns.

Democracy in Hong Kong has been simmering on the griddle of tentative Chinese permission and its steady decline for many years. What is taking place on the streets of Hong Kong today is, for modern authoritarian China, the final straw.

In Hong Kong, this day, there are many lies. The truth, however, can be found only on the streets. This reality has been thus far distorted, covered, and bludgeoned away from view or correct examination. These massive protests are not, as currently glossed over by the western press, merely about an extradition treaty with China. These protests are not just about waning democracy. What these protests are about is a renewed spark of freedom and… the long term future of Hong Kong.

A fight is brewing. Fast.

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“Rise and Kill First.” -The Secret Israeli Worldwide Assassination Program.

By: Brett Redmayne-Titley

“It made no difference which Palestinians we killed… They either were terrorists or would become terrorists or they gave birth to terrorists.”

– former IDF commander, Rafael “ Raful” Eitan.

Spies, Femme fatale, deadly plots, killings, bombs, knives, guns, and an array of unique murderous weaponry that would make James Bond and “Q” envious. All this, combined with dozens of unapologetic and brutal cloak and dagger assassinations in foreign locales worldwide? Sounds like the makings of a great spy thriller.

Indeed. But, despite decades of Israeli denial… this story is true.

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American Democratic Hypocrisy? – New Muslim Nations; Just Say, “NO!”

By: Brett Redmayne-Titley


With the “Arab Spring” in full bloom the mandatory pro-democracy cries from American politicians and pundits cheer this as an American democratic success story in a Muslim world. Democracy? Hopefully. American democracy? Not a chance.


When it comes to American foreign-policy there is, apparently, only one type of democracy encouraged, or allowed, in the world. American Democracy.  As with most things American, the times have changed, and American brand democracy is not welcome.

The multitude of examples of American imperialism and aggression in the supposed name of Democracy will always be fresh in the minds of the new fledgling Muslim governments. America has never, in recent memory, supported the people of mid-east nations, unless there was an ulterior motive such as in Iraq. Instead the US has propped up most Arab dictators... Read More

“Kiss Of Death” for Aung San Suu Kyi and Her Myanmar Democracy

By: Brett Redmayne-Titley



    -The curse of globalization smells the blood of capitalism.


On Dec 2, 2011 U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton brought a face of American democracy to Myanmar. In reality Mrs. Clinton was offering the ” kiss of death” for Aung San Suu Kyi’s attempts at  democracy; Globalization. Democracy as branded by current American interests is simply and purely, capitalism, now, being presented to an impoverished Myanmar as globalization, privatization, and corporatization. This flawed, tragic ideology will surely bring to Myanmar the same inherent negative consequences shown in the current American “democratic” condition at home.


It’s been 50 years since America had a presence in Burma, which became Myanmar in 1989.Despite Mrs. Clinton’s visit, and her trumpeting of... Read More

Another Death Nail for Democracy Kills 1700 Endangered Wolves:

By: Brett Redmayne-Titley

With a stroke of the presidential pen 1700 wolves were sentenced to die.  Never mind that these same wolves have been brought back from regional extinction due to forty years of dedicated work by conservationists.  For the sake of just two congressional votes, President Obama was willing to allow the slaughter of a species. The manner in which, for the first time, this nefarious legislation was slide through should send a dire warning to all who value the remnants of our constitution.


The wolf has for centuries been unfairly demonized by the ranchers and cattlemen of the midwest including Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.  Due to legislation in the 1800’s and 1900’s bounties were introduced that literally wiped the North American wolves from the mid-western landscape.   By the 1920s, not a wolf howl was heard south of the Canadian border in these parts of... Read More