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Darkness falls on the Middle East

People are moving out of their homes, writes Robert Fisk in Beruit, just as they have moved out of their homes in Baghdad

The Last Refuge

It has been said that “Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel”. For a failed politician, the last refuge is war

Secret Society Goes Global

Calling itself Common Purpose International, it’s intent on manufacturing Orwellian consent, globally. And in the process seems set on eradicating any vestige of individuality

Is Shimon Peres the Terrorist Mastermind Behind 9/11?

Is Shimon Peres the Terrorist Mastermind Behind 9/11?

In 1957 Israel’s prime minister Moshe Sharett wrote: “I totally and utterly reject (Shimon) Peres and consider his rise to prominence a malignant, immoral disgrace. I will rend my clothes in mourning for the State if I see him become a minister”

Sarkozy an Ex-Mossad Agent?

It has been reported that an email has been sent to high ranking French police officials claiming that French President Nicolas Sarkozy is a former Mossad agent

New Australian PM signals Iraq pullout

Although he’s been compared to Tony Blair on issues of policy, there are some critical differences. Apart from withdrawing from Iraq, Australia’s new prime minister is open to a referendum on whether the Queen should remain head of state

Voice of the White House November 23, 2007

This week a Beltway insider reports with some disturbing news from Pakistan

EU Built on Soviet Model

Vladimir Bukovsky, who spent nearly 12 years in Soviet prisons, labor camps and psychiatric hospitals, on why the European Union is the modelled on the old Soviet Union

US Navy steps up fuel deliveries to Gulf forces

In preparation for a strike on Iran maybe?

Are we going to occupy Iran and Syria, too?

Frankly we don’t think the U.S. military will be able to do this any time soon. But this is a credible report and such action may be being considered for a year or two from now along, of course, with the necessary reinstatement of the draft

Who killed David Kelly?

Norman Baker’s The Strange Death of David Kelly charts the moral depths of the Blair regime

Iran is ready to defend itself: commander

Iran is ready to defend itself: commander

While the stand-off over its nuclear program continues, Iran remains defiant

Litvinenko Case: The Mystery Continues

We reserve judgement on this but proffer a Russian perspective on the murder of Alexander Litvinenko

Saudis and Libyans top foreign fighters in Iraq: report

Over half the foreign militants fighting in Iraq reportedly come from two of America’s “allies” in the Middle East

Men Who Take “No” For An Answer

The Lucifer-worshiping elite don’t want us to fulfil ourselves spiritually or socially, writes Henry Makow. So the notion of romantic love promoted by their media is meant to persuade us to sublimate our love of God

Ban the Bomb – But Only in Iran

When will the US and the UK tell the truth about Israeli weapons? Iran isn’t starting an atomic arms race, it’s joining one

Twenty missile shells land in Baghdad”s Green-Zone

Baghdad’s Green Zone, the center of American power in Iraq, was hit by as many as twenty missiles Thursday

A Desperate Cry From Zimbabwe

In the wake of the death of Ian Smith, the former leader of the rebel British colony Rhodesia, it seems that all that he warned against and defied is coming about. Almost according to plan and true to form, the mainstream media is largely ignoring it

Voice of the White House November 19, 2007

A Beltway insider reports that the Bush administration is in a panic over Pakistan, fearful that the Taliban may take over

Gooks and Spooks: Zimbabwe’s Ethnic Cleansing

Gooks and Spooks: Zimbabwe’s Ethnic Cleansing

Zimbabwe’s steady decline under Mugabe is no accident. This is exactly how things are meant to happen: the story of how Africa’s bread basket was trashed and ruined while the world looked on and did nothing