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British captive pleads with Tony Blair

British captive Kenneth Bigley appeared in a videotape broadcast on Aljazeera on Wednesday, pleading with Prime Minister Tony Blair to meet the demands of his captors to release women prisoners in Iraq

Incident on Haifa Street

Every day brings more attacks on US forces – over 80 a day now, more than 4 times what it was a year ago – more casualties (many unreported) and an ever more confident resistance. In short, Iraq is turning into a true American nightmare…another Vietnam

The Riddle of “Anti Semitism”

By rejecting Christ, writes Jewish born Henry Makow Ph.D., the Pharisees placed the Jewish people in perpetual opposition to the to the ultimate and inevitable path of human spiritual evolution

General Patton’s Warning

General Patton was convinced that he could have taken Berlin in 1945. However, it was only in the final days of the war that he understood the true nature of the situation that allowed the Soviets to march into Berlin

Vanunu Mordechai Speaks Our

Isreal’s most dangerous dissident, Vanunu Mordechai tells Johnathan Lucraft: “Five million Jews are regarding me as a traitor, but six billion people around the world think me as a hero”

The Worse The Situation In Iraq, The Bigger The Lies Tony Blair Tells Us

Not for many years has there been such a gap – in America as well as Britain – between the people and the government they elected

Set to Soar: First X Prize Flight This Week

The privately-built rocket plane SpaceShipOne is primped, primed and ready to attempt its first of two suborbital space shots this week

Draft Question Emerges in Presidential Campaign

It’s no longer a matter of speculation. With two bills pending before Congress the reintroduction of the draft is now a very real possibility

The Sword of St Michael

The Sword of St Michael

As what is effectively World War III, rages across Palestine, Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere, Israel Shamir reflects that it is not enough to simply be “against the war”

Mental-health screening of children

The prospect of mandatory mental health screening for all US children is looming. Seemingly innocuous, the danger lies in the fact that it could be used to force the use of psychotropic drugs such as Ritalin

Draft Riots Feared

No matter who wins the November presidential election, writes Mike Blair, the draft looks set to return

Incident on Haifa Street

Every day brings more attacks on US forces – over 80 a day now, more than 4 times what it was a year ago – more casualties (many unreported) and an ever more confident resistance. In short, Iraq is turning into a true American nightmare…another Vietnam

Mass Graves Uncovered in Fallujah

Graves containing what appear to be the bodies of American soldiers have been discovered in the northwest sector of Fallujah, Iraq

Israel and Palestine, Choosing Sides

Censorship is alive and well and practised by the very people who claim to oppose it. As Alison Weir discovered looking at coverage of the Palestinian/Israeli conflict and Project Censored, a body that claims to examine news coverage and expose censorship

Voice of the White House Sept 20, 2004

More dynamite disclosures from a White House insider. The latest reveal what has been speculated for some time now: the return of the draft. Revived by the very men – Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz – who evaded active military duty during Vietnam

War Crime

The “tell” is in the audio. When the pilot asks permission to fire, he reports a large number of people… not armed people. People. And permission is granted instantly. This is an indication that the mission guidance is to shoot anyone

Men, Women More Different Than Thought

Scientists have finally acknowledged what any sensible person knew long ago, that men and women are distinctly different

Stanley Hilton’s Office Burglarized Again!

Stanley Hilton, who is launching a lawsuit against President Bush over his alleged complicity in the events of 9/11, is coming under increasing pressure to drop the legal action

Far Graver Than Vietnam

Most senior US military officers now believe the war on Iraq has turned into a disaster on an unprecedented scale. According to one retired general “our going into Iraq was the equivalent of the Germans in Stalingrad”

US ‘in double attack’ on Fallujah

US forces are now using an old terror tactic, first bomb some cars, then wait for help and when that arrives hit the helpers