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Who Leaked Iraq’s Arms Declaration?

Space Flight in Ancient India?

The Mahabharata is one of ancient India’s most mystifying epics, containing almost literal descriptions of space flight and nuclear warfare

The Strategic Brains Behind 9/11 Part One

Shoe Bomber Richard Reid will go on trial soon for trying to destroy AA Flight 63. Joe Vialls examines why this is crucial to maintain the illusion of 911

History… Truth or Propaganda? Part 2

The Holocaust Anyone questioning any detail of the commonly accepted view of the Jewish Holocaust is immediately reviled and branded “holocaust denier”. This is forbidden territory – in modern Germany, Austria, France and Canada “holocaust denial” is actually a criminal offence. Yes the Jews suffered terribly at the hands of the Nazis – the fabric […]

I Am Sorry: An American Apology for Oppression

Jewish militant Irv Rubin on life-support

. Did someone try to murder Rubin to avoid damaging disclosures? His wife now says her husband’s attack was a “hit”.

Murder of US envoy shows anti-Bush feeling is spreading

29 October 2002 No one was surprised. That was the terrible, incontrovertible fact about the murder of American diplomat Laurence Foley in Amman yesterday. Gunned down – apparently with a silenced pistol – in the garden of his home, a 62-year-old in the US Agency for International Development mission, Mr Foley was not an obvious […]

Financial Enslavement and the Federal Reserve

Muslims and Jews March Together

Muslims and Jews March Together

It receives hardly any press coverage but the fact is that there are many Jews who are anti-Israel and anti-Zionist…

“The Biggest Detention Camp in the World”

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM – The British ambassador to Israel, Sherard Cowper-Coles, said he is “proud” of his comments that were published Monday in which he described the Occupied Palestinian Territory as “the biggest detention camp in the world.” He told Ha’aretz Monday that the comments he made that were published in the Yedioth Ahronot daily, were […]

What Causes Breast Cancer? Breast cancer kills 46,000 women in the U.S. each year. On average, each of these women has her life cut short by 20 years, for a total loss of about a million person-years of productive life each year. Of course this huge cost to society is heaped on even greater burdens, the personal anguish […]

Iraq Faces Massive U.S. Missile Barrage

They’re calling it “A-Day,” A as in airstrikes so devastating they would leave Saddam’s soldiers unable or unwilling to fight. If the Pentagon sticks to its current war plan, one day in March the Air Force and Navy will launch between 300 and 400 cruise missiles at targets in Iraq. As CBS News Correspondent David […]

‘Does Tony Have any Idea What the Flies Are Like That Feed Off The Dead?’

On the road to Basra, ITV was filming wild dogs as they tore at the corpses of the Iraqi dead. Every few seconds a ravenous beast would rip off a decaying arm and make off with it over the desert in front of us, dead fingers trailing through the sand, the remains of the burned […]

The Saddam in Rumsfeld’s Closet

Jeremy Scahill examines Donald Rumsfeld’s previous dealings with Iraq and how he helped Saddam Hussien aquire various weapons and nerve gasses

Underwater world: Man’s doing or nature’s?

Paulina remembers the hot July day two summers ago and the sudden, unpleasant feeling that she had stumbled into a place she was not supposed to be.

A Free Press – But For Whom?

BALTIMORE (PINA) – Oswald Spengler in his mighty tome, “Decline of the West,” had some very prophetic things to say about the press. He wrote that the sentimentalist may beam with contentment about it being “constitutionally free,” but the realist will always ask, “At whose disposal is it?” The wire pullers, he said, know how […]

Eerily Familiar?

America’s top military leaders drafted plans to kill and commit acts of terrorism in U.S. cities to create public support for a war against Cuba in the 60’s…

WTC: Aviators Comment

In the immediate aftermath of September 11th, as the world was trying to come to terms with the full impact of events, some critical factors were overlooked. One was the possibility that the planes were actually flown by remote control. Now this may sound a little far fetched but it has already been done with […]

The Wartime Deceptions: Saddam is Hitler and it’s Not About Oil

The Israeli writer Uri Avnery once delivered a wickedly sharp open letter to Menachem Begin, the Israeli prime minister who sent his army to defeat in Lebanon. Enraged by Begin’s constant evocation of the Second World War – likening Yasser Arafat in Beirut to Hitler in his Berlin bunker in 1945 – Avnery entitled his […]

Baghdad Streetfight is Bush`s Nightmare

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – If there is no early surrender by President Saddam Hussein`s most loyal forces in a U.S.-led war against Iraq, the endgame could well be played out on the streets of Baghdad. For Washington, it`s a nightmare scenario. Casualties — both military and civilian — would probably be very high if U.S. troops […]