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Are We There Yet?

It’s a question that anyone who has travelled with small children has heard countless times. But it is also a question that Americans should be asking themselves too

How the BBC and the Guardian transform torture into bad PR and “history” for the occupiers

The Western propaganda onslaught is relentless and most goes unnoticed largely because it appears to be ‘objective’ reporting. William Bowles examines two recent examples

Freedom Rider: Halliburton Detention Centers

The Halliburton story is well known to anyone not living under a rock, writes Margaret Kimberly, but what ought to shock and frighten every American is that it has now been awarded a $385 million contract to build detention centers in mainland USA

US Asks Georgia to Use Bases and Airfields for Attacks on Iran – Paper

Its been reported that the US had been putting out tentative feelers to test Georgia’s willingness to allow US forces the use of air and military bases in Georgia from which to attack Iran

Argentina Breaks Plutocrat, Banker Stranglehold

Massive debt paid off two years early; moneylenders dismayed

Alex Jones Conducts a Scientific Ballistics Test of Cheney-Whittington Shooting

Turn your sound up and watch as Alex Jones exposes the official story of Dick Cheney’s recent “accidental” shooting of Harry Whittington as a complete fabrication

The War That We Deserve

They say, “we get the leaders we deserve but as Stephen Francis traces back the origin of the term “War on Terror”, he finds that we also get the wars we deserve

Sex Rituals of Abu Ghraib

In July 2005, I suggested that the goings-on at Abu Ghraib were more than just unsupervised soldiers running wild. Time has only added more evidence to my case, writes Professor Pan

David Irving Convicted

For not conforming with the official, Zionist sanctioned version of the events of World War II, British historian David Irving now faces three years in jail

Why America will reap in Iran what it doesn’t expect

It’s now hardly a question of if, but when the US will strike at Iran, writes Abid Ullah Jan. The thing is, Iran may already possess nuclear weapons and be more than ready to use them in its defence

How long do you have?

Will you wait to be killed, or ID the real perpetrators?

What Bush Is Up To

The Bush administration has three goals in the Middle East. Firstly, to replace the present Syrian government with one more pliable to Israeli interests. Secondly, to build 4 permanent military bases in Iraq. Third, to thwart Iran’s nuclear ambitions

China Rushes to Complete $100B Deal With Iran

Beijing is about to seal an agreement with Tehran that will secure China’s growing energy demands while frustrating Washington’s efforts to isolate Iran over its alleged nuclear weapons program

Voice of the White House February 16, 2006

More insider talk from the corridors of power, this week: someone who has been taping the phone conversations of Washington’s mover and shakers, has offered them up for sale

Struggling toward freedom

An occult, super-rich cabal is close to establishing a one-world governmental, religious and financial system. More than just physical resistance is needed to fight this however, writes Patrick Lemmons, spiritual preparedness is needed too

Permanent Bases Point to Permanent War

With The US Building 106 Permanent Bases In Iraq: Is the Neocon Nightmare Winding Down, Or Just Getting Started?

Why They Fight

How long has it been since you watched Starship Troopers? I caught some of it last week on television, and I was surprised at how reality has outpaced it. I don’t mean the space travel and the giant bugs; I mean the abandonment of democracy and dissent

The Holocaust Taboo, the Iranian President, and Germar Rudolf

An Open Letter to Iran’s Ambassador to the UN Ambassador M. Jarad Zarif

The Hypocrisy of Canada’s “Tolerance”

Whether one agrees with him or not, writes Henry Makow Ph.D, Ernst Zundel’s been jailed for speaking his mind. On the other hand, Canadian Ezra Levant can publish cartoons insulting to Islam in the name of “freedom of speech”. A clear double standard

Satanic Pictures

The main goal of the mainstream media is to bring us to the Brave New World, to the new spiritless totalitarianism, writes Israel Shamir, and the recent cartoons depicting the Prophet are a stepping stone toward that end