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The Fata Morgana on the Road to Damascus

God talks to George W. Bush. He says so. It may be a stretch for me to say it but the hyena in the White House often reminds me of St. Paul; before and after his vision on the road to Damascus. In Christian theology, as in most of the rest of them, you’ve got […]

Bush can speak at a university in Iran

… That’ll be the day

IDF Attack on Syria: Update

One technician told me they routinely monitor radiation as part of the refining process. They registered no heightened levels of nuclear residue in the area as there would have been if the Israelis had hit a North Korean atomic stockpile

CFR’s Hart Suggests False Flag Event For Iran War

Council on Foreign Relations member Gary Hart has written a letter to Iran’s leaders warning them that the U.S. government has a history of staging provocations in order to initiate conflict and that Iran could be next in line

An old Zionist dream: the partition of Iraq

An old Zionist dream may be about to be realised, leaving many more innocents dead no doubt

The Imperialism of Jewish Capital

It was published over a century ago but its implications still resound today. Henry Makow looks at the work of Baptist preacher L.B. Woolfolk

Time to Rename the Department of Defense to the Department of Offense

MASH’s Frank Burns Said it All

France does not believe Iran nuclear claims: presidency

Once again, France ups the ante vis-à-vis Iran, in effect saying Ahmadinejad is lying

“Simple Error” My Ass

Larry Johnson, a former CIA agent explains why the official explanation as to what happened with 6 nuclear armed cruise missiles at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota (recounted in the article above), can’t possibly be true

Israel seeks exemption from atomic rules

As pressure builds on Iran over its nuclear program – with Israel being central in condemning Teheran – it has been revealed that Israel has been quietly trying to obtain exemption from those self same international laws it wants applied to Iran

Anti-Iran hawks win partial victory

In a vote Wednesday, U.S. senators approved a bill that called for Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) to be designated “a foreign terrorist organization”: effectively taking the U.S. another step closer to war with Iran

Air Force Personnel Involved With Nuke Mishap In Minot Being Murdered?

Chinese buy into conspiracy theory

Word is spreading, even as the owned and controlled mainstream strives to play down its significance. Now a new Chinese book detailing the private ownership of national banks and the power of the plutocrats has become a huge bestseller in China

Ahmadinejad on Hudson

Israel Shamir on President Ahmadinejad’s appearance at Columbia University. Includes video of this historic event

The Truth is a Dangerous Thing

Ask Galileo, Copernicus and Giordano Bruno

Voice of the White House September 23, 2007

When his misbegotten reign is finally over, Bush can take all the loot he has gathered together and flee to what he erroneously thinks will be a safe place. But I have news for him, writes a Beltway insider, he won’t ever find one

Department of Veteran Affairs Reports 73 Thousand U.S. Gulf War Deaths

The U.S. officially only counts as casualties soldiers who die in the field – not the wounded who die while being ferried by helicopter or ambulance to hospital. Hence the big discrepancy in casualty figures and that’s not counting victims of DU poisoning

Open Complicity: Anatomy of the 9/11 Cover-up

Why was insider trading that seemed to indicate foreknowledge of the events of 9/11 completely overlooked by the 9/11 Commission. And why didn’t the Secret Service immediately evacuate Bush from the Booker Elementary as events unfolded on 9/11?

The clear loser from Ahmadinejad's visit is Israel

The clear loser from Ahmadinejad’s visit is Israel

For months, Israel has worked fervently to prevent what happened at Columbia University from happening

Sarkozy implies letting Iran go nuclear could lead to war

“Weakness and renunciation do not lead to peace” said Nicolas Sarkozy in his first address to the UN General Assembly since becoming president in May. “They lead to war”, he declared