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Corporate Media Downplays Washington Anti-War Rally

How the mainstream media worked to minimise the numbers involved in Sunday’s anti war demonstration. In contrast to earlier pro-Israel rallies where the numbers involved were inflated

More than 500 Israelis seek asylum in Canada

Refugees claim they’re persecuted; Israeli authorities scoff at accusations. But the number of those claiming political asylum from Israel now ranks alongside those seeking sanctuary from Zimbabwe

The Historic, First Ever DC Massive Impeachment March No-one Reported On

This was not JUST a big antiwar protest. It was the largest and perhaps the first major IMPEACHMENT event ever to occur in Washington DC

One of Hillary Clinton’s favorite private investigators

Anthony Pellicano gained notoriety as a heavy in Hollywood; specialising in dirty tricks and rough tactics he was hired by the stars to do their dirty work. But few know the name of Pellicano’s most famous client – Hillary Rodham Clinton

Carter and Swarm

In the 1930’s aviator Charles Lindbergh went from cultural hero to moral pariah when he called on America to stay out of the coming war. Now the same process is repeating itself with Jimmy Carter, as he is attacked by a veritable swarm of critics

Iranian Shahab-6 ICBM

Its just been revealed that Iran’s Shabhab-3 ballistic missile has been modified into a satellite launch vehicle. Namely the Shabhab 6 that could be modified into an Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile capable of delivering a warhead anywhere on earth

How the ‘axis’ seeks the killer missile

North Korea and Iran are cooperating in developing long-range missiles, the deputy director of the Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency said yesterday. Army Brig. Gen. Patrick O’Reilly said during a speech that North Korea test fired a long-range Taepodong missile in July, and Iran is working on a space launcher that would help develop an intercontinental […]

Turning a UK university into a Yeshiva

Academic freedom now comes at a price at British universities. The cost, explains Gilad Atzmon, depends on a willingness to bow to Zionist pressure groups

Green Zone Follies January 25, 2007

A Green Zone insider reports on events unfolding in a battle ravaged Baghdad

Voice of the White House January 27, 2007

A Beltway insider reports that US intelligence units are now operating under cover in Iran and while the Iranians don’t know the details, the Russians do. And if, as reported, Bush is going to off Iranians in Iraq, the US units in Iran can expect the same

The Pieces Are Being Put in Place

A former US Air Force Colonel and teacher of strategy and military operations at the National War College, Air War College and Naval War College, details how men and equipment are being positioned in readiness for a possible strike on Iran

Artificial Sweetener Explodes Internally – Avoid it in 2007

If there were a contest for the best example of total disregard for human life the victor would be McNeil Nutritionals – makers of SplendaTM. Manufacturers of VioxxTM and LipitorTM would tie for a very distant second. McNeil Nutritionals is the undisputed drug-pushing champion for disguising their drug SplendaTM as a sweetener. Regardless of its […]

Foreign Visitor I.D. Rules

Is this a misprint? Or has citizenship and immigration control turned into a commercial venture? Or is this in fact yet another example of how inattentive the mainstream media has become? We highlight the relevant passage and leave you to decide

Military of Iran

With the possibility of a military confrontation between the US/UK/Israel and Iran looming in the months ahead, it’s as well to remember that Iran is no Iraq. Militarily it’s altogether more powerful. Although propaganda, this video helps underscore that

Thou Shalt Not Deny The Holocaust

Some reflections on January 27, the anniversary of Mozart’s birth and the liberation of Auschwitz

Gunmen massacre US troops in shock attack

English speaking Iraqi gunmen, wearing US uniforms and carrying US weapons abducted and executed four American soldiers from a supposedly secure local government compound in Karbala

Iran Must Get Ready to Repel a Nuclear Attack

The former Joint chief of staff of the Russian armies, General Leonid Ivashov writes that there are increasing indications that the U.S. will launch a nuclear strike on Iran before the end of April

US Forces Massacre Iraqi Civilians, Pregnant Women

In a indication that things are clearly beginning to unravel, the Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Wednesday, 24 January 2007, details how US forces in Iraq are now engaged in systematic atrocities against civilians

U.S. Helicopter Shot Down in Iraq

A U.S. helicopter was shot down early Sunday afternoon near the provincial capital Najaf during a pitched battle with insurgents. The helicopter is said to have been shot down amid heavy fighting near Al Zarga which is about 5 miles from Najaf and about 80 miles south of Baghdad. Witnesses said the helicopter lost control […]

60 civilians, 7 U.S. troops killed in Iraq

At least seven U.S. soldiers were killed in separate combat incidents, the U.S. military said Saturday, amid a steady swirl of violence against American troops and Iraqi civilians. Nationwide, at least 60 Iraqis were killed or found dead Saturday as U.S. and Iraqi officials struggled to find a formula to calm sectarian passions and reduce […]