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With 3 weeks to go before the US Presidential Elections the lying Mainstream media have ignored the extremely serious issues raised by Donald Trump of 9-11 truth, US military interventions and the impact of globalization, and have launched an hysterical, grubby, sex-based personal campaign against Donald Trump  in support of mendacious warmonger and war criminal Hillary Clinton.  And why the poison? Because for all his manifold faults, Donald Trump has profoundly upset and endangered the US Establishment by raising these extremely serious issues.

With a month to go before the US Presidential Elections (Tuesday 8 November 2016) , the dirty tricks Democrats (who had already maliciously sabotaged the presidential nomination campaign of Democrat and socialist Bernie Sanders)  conveniently released a circa 10-year old videotape of Donald Trump engaging in crude, sexist, misogynist, locker-room banter. In vain Donald Trump responded in kind with women claiming criminal sexual abuse by Bill Clinton, with one woman claiming rape and correctly condemning Donald Trump’s “bad words”, but declaring that “Deeds are more important than words”.  However the damage was done and Donald Trump plummeted in the polls from 50-50 with Hillary Clinton to a disastrous 55% to 45% in favour of the  Democratic Party candidate. The dirty-tricks Democrats and the pliant, “manufacturing consent”  Mainstream media got into to high gear  with a string of women claiming to have been kissed or  touched by Donald Trump many years ago, and the Mainstream journalist, politicians,  academics and commentariat  of America and indeed the whole Western world have joined in the feeding frenzy. Even the Republican leadership have joined in.

Rationality has gone out the window in Corporatocracy America. The big issues of the responsibility for 9-11, the disastrous US Alliance military interventions in 20 countries since 9-11, and the disastrous impacts of globalization and free trade agreements on US industry and American employment,   have been set aside by mendacious Mainstream media in favour of Donald Trump’s American Male locker-room banter, his alleged American Male womanizing inclinations, and his alleged  American Male stolen kisses  and “octopus-like” gropings of decades ago.

Donald Trump is a political clean-skin and unlike warmonger and war criminal Hillary Clinton has not been administratively involved (yet) as an officer of the US Government in the mass murder of women and children.  Donald Trump  did not incinerate 100,000 women like Harry Truman [1, 2], and  unlike a succession of American presidents he was not administratively   involved in the deaths of 30 million Asian women and children who perished from violence or imposed deprivation in post-1950 US Asian wars [1],  or the 20 million Muslim women and children who have perished from imposed deprivation in 20 countries invaded by the US Alliance in the Zionist-backed US War on Terror (aka the US War on Muslims) that commenced after the US Government’s (and Apartheid Israel’s and Saudi Arabia’s ?) 9-11 false flag atrocity [5, 6]. Unlike warmonger Hillary Clinton,  Donald Trump opposed and was not involved in the war criminal invasion of Iraq  that led to the deaths of 2.7 million Iraqis from violence (1.5 million) or war-imposed deprivation (1.2 million), one quarter of them being women and three quarters women and children [3, 4].  Deeds are more important than words.

The Neocon American and Zionist Imperialist  (NAZI) US Establishment  has intervened with brutal effectiveness with only a month to go to the Presidential Election and publicly declared that They  determine who rules Corporatocracy America and thence the World. And nobody except Donald Trump and his supporters have stated the obvious that he has been poisonously ambushed and “rolled” by the American Establishment. The major  reasons for this extraordinary public political lynching of Donald Trump are analysed below.

  1. Donald Trump  questions the “official version of 9-11” and blames George W. Bush for not acting on pre-9-11 intelligence.

Donald Trump is remarkable for raising the important issue of the Republican George W. Bush Administration  responsibility  for the 9-11 atrocity that was used by successive US Governments as a casus belli (excuse for war) in an endless US War on Muslims (aka the US War on Terror). Thus Donald Trump (2016): “The World Trade Center came down during the reign of George Bush. He kept us safe? That is not safe, Marco [Rubio]. That is not safe”. The World Trade Center came down because Bill Clinton [didn’t] kill Osama bin Laden when he had the chance to kill him. And George Bush — by the way, George Bush had the chance, also, and he didn’t listen to the advice of his C.I.A.” [7, 8].

While President Obama desperately sought to block publication of the 28 secret pages of the  9/11 commission report implicating Saudi Arabian authorities in 9-11, and Hillary Clinton voted in Congress for the illegal Iraq War,  presidential candidate Donald Trump is vastly more respectable on these matters. Thus Donald Trump (2016): “We went after Iraq, they did not knock down the World Trade Center. It wasn’t the Iraqis that knocked down the World Trade Center, we went after Iraq, we decimated the country, Iran’s taking over, okay. But it wasn’t the Iraqis, [if I’m elected] you will find out who really knocked down the World Trade Center. Because they have papers in there [28 classified pages of the  9/11 commission report] that are very secret, you may find it’s the Saudis, okay? But you will find out” [9].

Donald Trump quotes mass murderer President Harry Truman in relation to  President George W. Bush’s  responsibility for the intelligence failure that enabled the 9-11 atrocity (2016): “How can you say you were safe under his brother [George W. Bush] when we just had the worst attack in the history of our country? You can’t say you were safe. You can say, yes, we did well after but then we also made mistakes there, because yes, were safe in a sense, but we went into Iraq, which was a disastrous decision… They knew an attack was coming. George Tenet, the CIA director, knew in advance that there would be an attack. And he said so to the president, and he said so to everybody else that would listen. And that came out. The other thing is, the FBI, the NSE and the CIA were not talking to each other. These are the three main agencies. And they weren’t talking to each other and they weren’t talking because they didn’t like each other. And they had a lot of problems getting along. And that’s leadership. You have to, you know — you have to get your three main agencies to talk to each other. They had a lot of information that, if it could have been correlated, it would have been very, very helpful…You know, as President Truman said, the buck stops here” [10].

Republican Donald Trump is not alone in offering  this criticism of Bush over 9-11. Thus Democrat Al Gore  (author of “An Inconvenient Truth”, Nobel Peace prize winner with the IPCC in 2007, former US Vice President under Bill Clinton, and denied the presidency in the 2000 election by the Supreme Court vote and Florida ballot rigging) on Bush failure to act on intelligence warnings in which “the entire warning system was “blinking red”” (2007) : “Our top priority should be preserving what America represents and stands for in the world and winning the war against terrorism first. The Bush White House has asked us to concentrate exclusively on this threat. Tragically, however, they completely failed to protect us against the worst terrorist attack in American history. Most Americans have tended naturally to give the Bush-Cheney administration the benefit of the doubt when it came to its failure to  take action in advance of 9/11 to guard against an attack. After all, everyone knows from experience that hindsight casts a harsh light on mistakes that should have been visible at the time they were made.  But now, years later, with the benefit if investigations that have been made public, it is no longer clear that the administration deserves this act of political grace from the American people… The CIA was also picking up on unprecedented warning that an attack on the United States by [formerly US-funded] Al Qaeda was imminent. Indeed, George Tenet  wrote that the entire warning system was “blinking red”. We also know from Bob Woodward’s reporting, and from confirming evidence, that CIA chief George Tenet was frantically trying to communicate the same warnings in June and July 2001 to Bush’s national security adviser Condoleezza Rice, and that he was blown off. These affirmative and repeated refusals to listen to clear warnings constitute behavior that goes beyond simple negligence. At a minimum, it represents a reckless disregard for the safety of the American people [11] [ and at a maximum …?]

This extraordinary  “intelligence failure” is evidence for the proposition that the US Government “permitted” 9-11 to happen in order to provide a casus belli (excuse for war) just as there is compelling  evidence that the British and US Governments had foreknowledge of the Pearl Harbor attack and allowed it to happen in order to get America into WW2 [5].   However in relation to 9-11, there  is compelling science-based evidence that the US Government was directly responsible for the 9-11 atrocity (very likely  with the assistance of Apartheid Israel and Apartheid Saudi Arabia). Thus  numerous science, engineering, architecture, aviation, military and intelligence experts are convinced that the US Government was directly responsible for the September 11 atrocity, with some convinced that Apartheid Israel and Apartheid Saudi Arabia had to be involved) [5].

By frankly admitting the huge intelligence failure that permitted 9-11, Donald Trump entered into a “red zone” in which the warning system of the Neocon American and Zionist Imperialist  (NAZI)-dominated  US Establishment is “blinking red”. No wonder that the US Establishment has massively intervened via Mainstream media to destroy the Trump candidacy in a grubby, sex-based political lynching.

  1. Donald Trump’s advocacy of  American  protectionism and economic isolationism.

Economists expertly laud the economic  benefits of globalization and free trade agreements. However, while these arrangements have been beneficial  to American corporations who can shift their operations from the US to low-wage countries, the domestic American result has been unemployment, under-employment,  a decades-long flat-lining of average wages, poverty and a widening  wealth and income gap between ordinary Americans and the lucky top One Percent and top Ten Percent.  Thus the annual income share of the top One Percent has risen from about 10% in 1953–1981 period to over 20% by 2007 [12, 13, 14].   For American production and non-supervisory employees on private non-farm payrolls their real average hourly rate in 2014 dollars has scarcely moved in 50 years, being $19 in 1960 and $21 in 2014 [15]. 47 million people lived in poverty in the US in 2014, a poverty incidence of 15% [16]. However 27.4 percent of African Americans (10.7 million) were living in poverty in 2011 and a massive, multi-dimensional Black-White economic discrepancy (e.g. re employment, household wealth, poverty) has been locked in for 50 years in the US [17].

Billionaire Donald Trump re free trade agreements and globalism (2016): “We will no longer surrender this country or its people to the false song of globalism. The nation-state remains the true foundation for happiness and harmony. I am skeptical of international unions that tie us up and bring America down” [18].

While Democrat Hillary Clinton claims to oppose the Trans-Pacific  Partnership (TPP) free trade agreement, Democrat President Barack Obama is a determined advocate for this agreement that  will potentially enormously enrich US corporations at the expense of American workers. Similarly,  Hillary Clinton claims to be for Main Street rather than Wall Street, but recent WikiLeaks releases of her speeches to Wall Street bankers (worth $3 million to her in all) reveal that she is actually  in their pocket [19]. In the Global Financial Crisis the neoliberal Democrat Obama Administration paid about $1 trillion to the criminally responsible Wall Street banks whereas social humanist Iceland sent all its responsible bankers to jail [20].

Dr Paul Craig Roberts (American economist, academic, former editor and columnist for the Wall Street Journal and Business Week, nationally syndicated columnist for Creators Syndicate, author of numerous books,  Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration and the so-called  “Father of Reaganomics”) has succinctly  stated: “Washington lies about everything ” [21-23]. However it must be recognized that lying is implicit in human nature and basic economics. Thus Polya’s 3 Laws of Economics mirror the 3 Laws of Therrnodynamics and are (1) Price minus COP (Cost of Production) equals profit; (2) Deception about COP strives to a maximum; and (3) No work, price or profit on a dead planet. These fundamental laws help  expose the failure of neoliberal capitalism in relation to wealth inequality, massive tax evasion by multinational corporations, and  horrendous avoidable deaths from poverty and pollution culminating in general ecocide, speciescide, climate genocide, omnicide and terracide [24].

Donald Trump,  Hillary Clinton and the US Establishment are united in being resolutely committed to neoliberalism that seeks to maximize the freedom of the smart and advantaged to exploit the human and natural resources of the world in order to maximize personal profit, this being compounded  with an utterly dishonest claim of “trickle down” benefits for the less smart and less advantaged. In contrast, social humanism (socialism, social democracy, democratic socialism, eco-socialism, the welfare state) – espoused by the Democratic Party-sabotaged Bernie Sanders and anti-racist Jewish American Green Party candidate Dr Jill Stein – involves sustainably maximizing human happiness, opportunity and dignity through evolving national and international social contracts for the betterment of all people and the irreplaceable Biosphere (biodiversity) on which they depend [25-27].

However Donald Trump has raised the ire of the corporations whose prime allegiance is to their shareholders and not to suffering American workers – the free trade agreements are a licence for corporations  to print money  by exporting American jobs overseas to low wage countries. The key rule in Corporatocracy America  is to never get between a corporations and a bucket of money – Donald Trump has done so and is now being destroyed in an unprecedently ugly fashion.

  1. Donald Trump on military isolationism,  non-interventionism and the cost of war.

America has invaded over 70 countries, has military bases in 75 countries and subverts every country on earth. Before WW1 the US overwhelmingly confined its military interventions to Latin America (exceptions being the bloody US conquest of the Philippines and US intervention against Barbary pirates in North Africa) [1, 28]. However Donald Trump – repeatedly, falsely  and offensively described as a  foreign policy ignoramus – has correctly perceived that these interventions have  been  unsuccessful in the long-term and are fearfully expensive.

Thus Donald Trump  re constraint on intervention (2016): “[Abandon the ] dangerous idea that we could make Western democracies out of countries that had no experience or interest in becoming a Western democracy” and further: “We are spending a fortune on military in order to lose $800 billion [in annual trade deficit]. That doesn’t sound very smart to me… If we decide we have to defend the United States, we can always deploy from American soil and it will be a lot less expensive” [18].  In relation to the illegal invasion of Iraq, Donald Trump has stated: “We went after Iraq, they did not knock down the World Trade Center. It wasn’t the Iraqis that knocked down the World Trade Center, we went after Iraq, we decimated the country, Iran’s taking over, okay. But it wasn’t the Iraqis” [28].  Donald Trump’s position is “America First”, and that the US should get its prosperous allies – notably the UK, EU, South Korea and Japan – to take on more of this military “burden”.
The US is responsible for 25% of global GDP but has 33% of global military spending. The US invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan have been associated with a long-term accrual cost of $6 trillion, but this does not take into account the cost of the ongoing domestic catastrophe in which 1.7 million Americans die preventably each year and which is inescapably linked to the fiscal perversion of the US Government committing trillions of dollars to killing Muslims abroad rather than keeping millions of Americans alive at home. Thus in 2013 the  horrendous, long-term accrual cost of Apartheid Israel to Americans was estimated to be  gigantic $40 trillion in today’s dollars –  Zionist-subverted American Government support for Apartheid Israel as a long-term accrual cost  in circa 2008 dollars was estimated at  about $40 trillion, the breakdown being  (1) $3 trillion in aid (1948-2003), (2) $4-6 trillion (Zionist-promoted Iraq and Afghan Wars), (3) $0.7 trillion (Value of a Statistical Life- or VSL-based cost of  88,000 US veteran suicides since September 2001) and (4) about $30 trillion (one quarter of the VSL-based cost of 15.6 million preventable American deaths, 2001-2013) [29]. This is an under-estimate because it does not consider the millions of preventable American deaths before 9-11 linked to Zionist subversion and perversion of America, and a revised estimate of 1.7 million preventable American deaths each year [30].

The breakdown of  1.67 million American preventable deaths each year is as follows  (note gun, homicide and suicide overlaps): 443,000 ( smoking-related causes),  440,000 (adverse events in hospitals),  300,000 Americans ( obesity-related causes),  200,000 ( air pollution),  75,000 (alcohol-related),  45,000 ( lack of medical insurance), 38,000 (drug-related deaths, this including  21,000 US opiate drug-related deaths annually linked to US restoration and protection of the Taliban-destroyed Afghan opium industry), 33,000 ( motor vehicles),  31,000 (gun-related), 30,000 (suicide with 7,000 being US veterans), 21,000 (avoidable under-5 year old US infant deaths), and 15,000 (murder) [30]. In stark contrast,  since 9-11 an average of  about 4 Americans have died each year in the US from terrorist attacks [31].

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have the same US exceptionalism and terror hysteria agenda, but Donald Trump wants to contain the huge cost to America of overseas military interventions.  In reverting to this traditional US policy of isolationism Donald Trump is variously in conflict with the hugely important military-industrial  complex (MIC).  Under a President Trump the MIC could still dominate international arms sales but it would miss out on the huge lucre to be gained from actual US military  interventions and the reduction of country after country to rubble.  

  1. Donald   Trump on Mainstream media lying and “coordinated character assassination”.

In his book, “The Price of Civilisation”, economist Professor Jeffrey Sachs from 104-Nobel-Laureate Columbia University says that the US economy is caught in a wealth-generating feedback loop: ”Corporate wealth translates into political power through campaign financing, corporate lobbying and the revolving door of jobs between government and industry; and political power translates into further wealth through tax cuts, deregulation and sweetheart contracts between government and industry. Wealth begets power, and power begets wealth,” . The 4 key groups dominating the American Corporatocracy   are the Military –Industrial  Complex (that powerfully  influences Congress via local jobs) , Health (medical insurance, pharmaceuticals, hospitals, specialists), the Wall Street-Washington Complex ( e.g. Obama giving about $1 trillion to banks that caused the Global Financial Crisis) , and Big Oil-Interventionist Military (e.g. as observed by both Alan Greenspan on the Right and Professor  Noam Chomsky from 87-Nobel-Laureate MIT on the  Left,  the Iraq War was (and still is) about oil) [32, 33].

Billionaire neoliberal, xenophobe and America-first advocate Donald Trump has alienated   the Military –Industrial  Complex and  the Big Oil-Interventionist Military by his isolationist, non-interventionist policies. He has also alienated Big Pharma and the Wall Street-Washington Complex through his opposition to free trade agreements that favour American  corporations but damage American employment. Donald Trump is now learning the  hard way through the current political lynching  that you cannot  harm the interests  of the 4  gangs that run America and also the Mainstream media. Americans might romantically believe that they have freedom of speech but they clearly lack the effective freedom of speech of corporate-owned Mainstream media that lie by commission, most importantly lie by omission, and in the words of Professors Edward Herman and Noam Chomsky,  operate to “manufacture  consent ” to Establishment policies [21-23, 34].

In vain Donald Trump’s senior  communications adviser Jason Miller declared (October 2016) “To reach back decades in an attempt to smear Mr. Trump trivializes sexual assault, and it sets a new low for where the media is willing to go in its efforts to determine this election” [35] and further: “It is absurd to think that one of the most recognizable business leaders on the planet with a strong record of empowering women in his companies would do the things alleged in this story, and for this to only become public decades later in the final month of a campaign for president should say it all. Further, the [New York] Times story buries the pro-Clinton financial and social media activity on behalf of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy, reinforcing that this truly is nothing more than a political attack. This is a sad day for the Times” [36].

Donald   Trump (October 2016) “The corporate media in our country is no longer involved in journalism. They’re a political special interest no different than any lobbyist or other financial entity, with a total political agenda. And their agenda is to elect crooked Hillary Clinton at any cost, any price, no matter how many lives they destroy. For them, it’s a war. And for them, nothing at all is out of bounds” [37].

The comprehensiveness  of the anti-Trump Mainstream media campaign is well illustrated by distant but US lackey Australia where Labor Opposition leader Bill Shorten was severely criticized by the Coalition Government led by PM Malcolm Turnbull for calling Donald Trump “barking mad”, the argument being that Australia is  cravenly beholden to  the US and Trump might become  the new President and hence the leader of Australia’s great ally the United States that must always be obeyed. However, emboldened by the savage US Mainstream media attack on Donald Trump, PM Malcolm Turnbull has recently joined the public political lynching of Donald Trump,  describing Trump’s “locker-room” comments as “loathsome”.

The daily news is now dominated not by intelligent, informed debate about international and economic  policies but by the latest grubby revelations about Donald Trump allegedly “inappropriately touching” women several decades go. The horrible reality that goes unreported by the lying Mainstream media is that Hillary Clinton and her war criminal, woman-killing, child-killing US Establishment ilk have “inappropriately  touched” by war criminal military  intervention  the 20 million Muslim women and children who have died from imposed deprivation alone in 20 countries invaded by the US Alliance since the US Government’s 9-11 false flag atrocity [1, 6].

In relation to America being an informed Democracy, Donald Trump is arguably correct  when he says that “America is dead”. Professor Piketty has argued that the huge wealth gap (the top One Percenters owning 50% of the  wealth and the bottom half owning 1% of the wealth – is bad for economies (the poor cannot afford the goods and services they produce) and bad for Democracy (Big Money buys media and votes) [13, 14]. In America – and indeed elsewhere in the West – Democracy has become Plutocracy, Kleptocracy, Murdochracy, Lobbyocracy, Corporatocracy and Dollarocracy in which Big Money purchases people, politicians, parties, policies, public perception of reality, votes, political power and more private profit.

The political ambushing and political  lynching of Donald Trump by endlessly lying, mendacious, corporate-owned Mainstream media has perverted the requirements of an informed electorate and one-person-one-vote for a decent Democracy. Unfortunately, from a social humanist  perspective,   socialist Bernie Sanders is not the Democrat  candidate,  but decent, sensible, informed  Americans can still  do their bit for public decency,  Democracy and Humanity by voting for Dr Jill Stein, humane American physician, activist,  politician and the  Green Party’s nominee for President of the United States.  Unlike pro-Zionist Donald Trump and war criminal, pro-Apartheid Israel  Hillary Clinton, anti-racist Jewish American physician  Dr Jill Stein  has accused the Apartheid Israeli government of “apartheid, assassination, illegal settlements, blockades, building of nuclear bombs, indefinite detention, collective punishment, and defiance of international law” [38].


[1]. Gideon Polya, “Body Count. Global avoidable mortality since 1950”, that includes succinct histories of all countries from Neolithic times and is now available for free perusal on  the Web:  .

[2]. “Nuclear weapons ban , end poverty & reverse climate change”: .

[3]. Iraqi Holocaust, Iraqi Genocide”: .

[4]. “Muslim Holocaust Muslim Genocide”: .

[5]. Experts: US did 9-11”: .

[6]. Gideon Polya, “Paris Atrocity Context: 27 Million Muslim Avoidable  Deaths From Imposed Deprivation In 20 Countries Violated By US Alliance Since 9-11”,  Countercurrents, 22 November, 2015: .

[7]. Jane C. Timm, “How Donald Trump talked about 9/11 attacks then and now”, NBC  News, 9 September 2016: .

[8]. Katie Glueck, “Trump blames George W. Bush for 9-11”, Politico, 13 February2016: .

[9]. Tim Hains, “Donald Trump on 9/11: “You will find out who really knocked down the World Trade Center”,  Real Clear Politics, 17 February 2016: .

[10]. Donald Trump interviewed by CNN anchor Alice Cammerota, transcript, 20 October  2015:  .

[11]. Al Gore, “The Assault on Reason. How the politics of fear, secrecy and blind faith subvert wise decision-making, degrade democracy and imperil America and the world”, Bloomsbury, London, 2007, pages 177-179.

[12]. “Household income in the United States”, Wikipedia: .

[13].  Thomas Piketty, “Capital in the Twenty-first Century”, Harvard, 2014).

[14]. Gideon Polya, “Key Book Review: “Capital In The Twenty-First Century” By Thomas Piketty”,  Countercurrents, 01 July, 2014: .

[15]. Drew Desilver, “For most workers, real wages have barely budged for decades”, Pew Research Center,  9 October 2014: .

[16]. “Poverty USA”: .

[17]. Gideon Polya, “Truth & Boycotts, Divestment & Sanctions (BDS) Can Overcome Huge Inequities Suffered By African Americans Under American Apartheid”, Countercurrents, 29 September, 2014:

[18]. Michael Hirsh, “Why George Washington would have agreed with Donald Trump”, Politico, 1 May 2016: .

[19]. Rachael Revesz, “WikiLeaks releases Hillary Clinton’s Wall Street speeches in “handy Kindle format””, Independent, 11 October 2016: .

[20]. Gideon Polya, “Movie Review: “Where To Invade Next” By Michael Moore – Hammer, Chisel, Down For Social Humanism”, Countercurrents,  23 April, 2016: .

[21]. Paul Craig Roberts, “Seymour Hersh Succumbs To Disinformation”, Countercurrents, 11 May, 2015: .

[22]. “Mainstream media censorship”:  .

[23]. “Mainstream media lying”:  .

[24]. Gideon Polya, “Polya’s 3 Laws Of Economics Expose Deadly, Dishonest  And Terminal Neoliberal Capitalism”, Countercurrents, 17 October, 2015: .

[25]. Gideon Polya, “Canadian academic: “F— neoliberalism””, MWC News, 14 May 2016: .

[26]. Brian Ellis, “Social Humanism. A New Metaphysics” , Routledge , UK , 2012.

[27]. Gideon Polya, “Book Review: “Social Humanism. A New Metaphysics” By Brian Ellis –  Last Chance To Save Planet?”,  Countercurrents, 19 August, 2012: .

[28]. David E. Sanger and Maggie Haberman, “Donald Trump sets conditions for defending NATO allies against attack”,  New York Times, 20 July 2016: .

[29]. Gideon Polya, “American Holocaust, Millions Of Untimely American Deaths And $40 Trillion Cost Of Israel To Americans”,  Countercurrents, 27 August, 2013: .

[30]. Gideon Polya, “West Ignores 11 Million Muslim War Deaths & 23 Million Preventable American Deaths Since US Government’s False-flag 9-11 Atrocity”, Countercurrents, 9 September, 2015:

[31]. “Carbon terrorism: 3 million US air pollution deaths versus 53 US political terrorism deaths since 9-11 (2001-2015)”, State crime & nonpsate terrorism”, 2015: .

[32]. Ross Gittins, “The four business gangs that run the US”, Sydney Morning Herald, 31 December 2012: .

[33]. Jeffrey Sachs , “The Price of Civilisation”.

[34]. Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky, “Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media” (1988, 2002).

[35]. Callum Borchers, “6 problems with Donald Trump’s “coordinated character assassination” media theory”, Washington Post,  13 Octoebr 2016: .

[36]. Kelly Cohn, “”This is war”: Trump drafting lawsuit against NT Times”, Washington Examiner, 12 October 2016: .

[37]. Colin Campbell, ”Defiant Donald Trump takes war against media to new heights”, Yahoo News, 14 October 2016: .

[38]. “Jill Stein”, Wikipedia: .


Dr Gideon Polya taught science students at a major Australian university for 4 decades. He published some 130 works in a 5 decade scientific career, most recently a huge pharmacological reference text “Biochemical Targets of Plant Bioactive Compounds” (CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, New York & London , 2003). He has published “Body Count. Global avoidable mortality since 1950” (G.M. Polya, Melbourne, 2007: ); see also his contributions “Australian complicity in Iraq mass mortality” in “Lies, Deep Fries & Statistics” (edited by Robyn Williams, ABC Books, Sydney, 2007:

) and “Ongoing Palestinian Genocide” in “The Plight of the Palestinians (edited by William Cook, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2010: ). He has published a revised and updated 2008 version of his 1998 book “Jane Austen and the Black Hole of British History” (see:  ) as biofuel-, globalization- and climate-driven global food price increases threaten a greater famine catastrophe than the man-made famine in British-ruled India that killed 6-7 million Indians in the “forgotten” World War 2 Bengal Famine (see recent BBC broadcast involving Dr Polya, Economics Nobel Laureate Professor Amartya Sen and others:  ;  Gideon Polya:  ; Gideon Polya Writing: ; Gideon Polya, Wikipedia: ) . When words fail one can say it in pictures – for images of Gideon Polya’s huge paintings for the Planet, Peace, Mother and Child see: and .

One Comment

  1. K SHESHU BABU says:

    Whatever be the campaign trail and Trump’s follies, he has also raise some pertinent questions which even Republican party has to answer. Thus, some hidden truths of the party policies may come out.

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