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Fluoride Goes Down Like a Lead Balloon

Warmonger and inveterate liar, Tony Blair wants to fluoridate Britain because this will help children’s teeth. Emily McIvor maintains that fluoridation is really all about ideology

What Israel Does to Palestine, We Are Doing to Iraq

Want to criticise the Israelis for shooting stone-throwers in Gaza? The US does the same in Falujah

Nightmare Aboard Flight BA2069

We take so much for granted in our day-to-day lives but every now and then we are reminded of our own mortality. Occasionally it can take a life-or-death experience to bring home to us what a truly precious gift life is. Its real value is easily forgotten in the head-long rush to acquire more wealth, […]

N Korean Warns Australia Could Face Nuclear Strike

Australian could face a nuclear attack from North Korea if it got involved in an international force to stop ships carrying weapons of mass destruction

The Passion

Mel Gibson’s latest film, The Passion, has caused an almighty row months before it’s even due to be released

Confessed Cannibal Charged with Murder

German prosecutors say a man who confessed to killing and eating another man has been charged with murder and will face trial

American Communism and the Making of Women’s Liberation

Henry Makow Ph.D. traces the roots of modern day feminism and shows how its origins lie in the American Communist movement of the forties and fifties

What the Hell is going on with CBS?!

In the space of a few hours CBS rewrote a headline, changing “Bush Knew Iraq Info was False” to “Bush Knew Iraq Info was Dubious”

Back from ‘Ambush Alley’

Eyewitness accounts from US marines recently returned from Iraq, stand in stark contrast to the press briefings from official military spokesmen

Harry Truman's Forgotten Diary

Harry Truman’s Forgotten Diary

The president’s diary, written in the back of a book donated to the Truman Library in 1965, was discovered by a librarian reshelving books and reveals little known aspects of history

Big Brother Gets A Brain

The Pentagon has plans to track everything that moves and not in some far off future either. Contracts are being drawn up and tests are schedualed for the most invasive surveillance system ever

Defense Lawyers In Guantanamo Trial Is Top Bush Aid

THE defence lawyer appointed to protect the rights of David Hicks and other al-Qaeda suspects is a former leading aide to US president George Bush Sr.

Manufacturing “Terror”

The never-ending announcements of ‘plots’ discovered or advance notice of ‘terrorist attacks’ that come to nothing, will continue until people wake up to the fact that “terror” is being used as a political tool

Guerrilla Warfare in Iraq

Attacks on Coalition forces in Iraq are increasing by the day. Polaria examines the nature of the fighting and how a guerrilla war is now evolving

Pentagon “Sexing Up” Casualty Reports?

Polaria investigates the disparity in casualty reports released by the US. Is this an indication that the Pentagon is trying to hide something?

Bilderberg Meeting – Media Should Be Ashamed

Why do the Bilderberg meetings receive so little coverage. Victor Thorn examines why, and how, real news is suppressed by the mainstream media

“Left” versus “Right” and the Hegelian dialectic in American politics

“Left” and “right” are artificial devices to bring about change, and the extremes of political left and political right are vital elements in a process of controlled change.

Parliamentary Whitewash of Blair’s Lies on Iraq Falls Flat

An inquiry into Tony Blair’s decision to go war with Iraq has done its best to gloss over his deception. Nonetheless, many Britons are slowly waking up to the fact that Blair’s case for war was based on outright lies

How International Bankers Gained Control of America

Was slavery the primary cause of the American civil war, as we have been taught? Or were European bankers and financiers the ultimate driving force?

The Oklahoma City Bombing: 30 Unanswered Questions

The Oklahoma City Bombing: 30 Unanswered Questions

Timothy McVeigh may have been tried and executed, but there are still too many unanswered questions about the Oklahoma City Bombing