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Fixing Elections Through Fraud (From 2012)

The declining credibility of elections in many countries is creating a crisis of legitimacy severing bonds of trust that once linked citizens to the institutions that govern us.

From British Columbia to Israel/Palestine: The Trial of Kwitsel Tatel in...

Israeli abuses of the human rights of Palestinian people find a reflection in the historical and contemporary treatment of Indigenous peoples in North America.

Election Fraud, Media Deception, and the Crisis of Conservatism

The Treatment of Ron Paul and Stephen Harper in Engineering the Political Economy of North America.

Fixing Elections Through Fraud

The declining credibility of elections in many countries is creating a crisis of legitimacy severing bonds of trust that once linked citizens to the institutions that govern us.

When War is Promoted as a Remedy for Terror

The You Tube of my San Francisco presentation on the tenth anniversary of 9/11 is being presented to the public here for the first time in early March of 2012.

Rupert Murdoch, 9/11, and the Leveson Investigation of the Media-Police Complex

I am taking this step to intervene in the work of the Leveson Inquiry on the advice of my friend and colleague, human-rights lawyer Paul Warburton.

CBC and Pacifica Disgraced by Kay

Pacifica and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation have joined forces in featuring Jonathan Kay in 9/11/11 coverage aimed at renewing the psychological warfare essential to the invasions, torture, Genocide, illegal occupations and Islamophobia characterizing the 9/11 wars.

Earth into Property, Arrest Bush, and 9/11

These You Tubes embody and express different aspects of the collaboration between Professor Anthony J. Hall and Joshua Blakeney in the Globalization Studies unit at the University of Lethbridge in the southern portion of the Canadian province of Alberta.

Ending Legal Apartheid in Age of Impunity and Superstition

On Monday May 2nd 2011, a coalition of activists and civil resisters, myself included, marched on Surrey City Hall in an attempt school Mayor Dianne Watts on the voluminous domestic and supranational legislation which exists pertaining to credibly accused war criminals and other violators of human rights.

Fukushima and 9/11

3/11/11 Meets the Events of September 11, 2001 by Anthony J. Hall, Professor of Globalization Studies at the University of Lethbridge Two Ground Zeroes There are now...

From Tunisia to Egypt to Wisconsin: The New Superpower of Global...

In responding to the worldwide protests aimed at stopping the US-led invasion of Iraq, The New York Times referred in 2003 to the existence of a new global superpower, that of world public opinion. Back then, however, the full potential of this force of change remained unrealized and underdeveloped as demonstrated by the outcome of the events of February 15. On that historic day eight years ago, tens of millions of anti-war protestors came flooding into the streets simultaneously in literally hundreds of large and small cities all over the planet.