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South Africa – A Wounded Nation

A once bountiful land appears to be heading down the same road as Zimbabwe

A Postmodern Declaration

A Postmodern Declaration

Kosovo’s sovereignty is a fiction: real power lies with EU officials backed by Western firepower

Significant Gold Deposits Discovered in Kosovo

Or how political and diplomatic positions are now being determined by profit potential

Report: Iranian nuke a matter of months

Iran may be nuclear capable sooner than anticipated

Voice of the White House February 20, 2008

Another of Bush’s plans has gone to pieces, although the U.S. public are still largely unaware of it. A Beltway insider outlines a recent blunder, this one involving Pakistan

9/11: The Unraveling of the Official Story Continues

The official 9/11 cover-up looks set to unravel still further with the publication of a new book, The Uncensored History of the 9/11 Commission

9/11 is the Litmus Test

Think about what you allow yourself to know. Think about what you pass by; ignore, deny and defend …that defines you. It defines the degree of your personal courage, your relationship to the truth, your values and what you will pass on to your children

Rumors that Putin’s successor is Jewish has community worried

Russian Jewish leaders declined to comment on the rumors officially, fearing to lend them credibility. Off the record, however, one said: “I pray it isn’t true, because it would only make trouble, for him and for us”

Iran bristles as French forces head for war games in the Gulf

Underlining France’s growing importance in the face off with Iran – and ultimately, maybe with Russia and China too

Condoleeza Rice Warned Willie Brown Not To Fly On 9-11

The Bush administration’s foreknowledge of the 9-11 hijackings have been confirmed by Condoleezza Rice herself.

Tsunami aid ‘spent on politics’

Much of the $400 million donated by Australians to aid survivors of the 2004 Asian Tsunami has been spent on politically correct social engineering projects

Lipstadt: Am I my brother’s keeper?

In 2001 Historian David Irving fought and lost a controversial legal duel with U.S. Jewish academic Professor Deborah Lipstadt. Here Irving has the satisfaction of recounting the antics of Lipstadt’s brother in a Belgium restaurant recently

Barack O’Bama: The Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing

Because he’s black doesn’t mean Barack O’Bama will be any different from the past few U.S. presidents

Muslims the New Jews?

How to demonise Islam and provoke the next round in the “Clash of Civilisations”

The Girl Who Came in the Night

We all have to face the consequeces of our actions in life. And as T Stokes relates, for some that’s more difficult the closer they are to death

How Labour used the law to keep criticism of Israel secret

Revealed: how references to Israel were removed from the now discredited dossier on Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction

Taliban defeat will take years: US general

Major General David Rodriguez, head of the US-led coalition force, is putting a brave face on a dire situation. After 7 years the question should be not ‘when’ but will they defeat the Taliban? And on the current showing that seems increasingly unlikely

Iran, Russia agree to joint natural gas venture

More indications of growing cooperation between the two: making it more likely that if Iran is attacked, Russia will come to its aid

Big Picture: The Cabalist Plot to Enslave Humanity

The average Jew is as much responsible for the NWO as the average American is responsible for the war in Iraq. However we all must take exception when our religion or nation are appropriated for evil

Voice of the White House February 18, 2008

Anti-Semitism is on the rise, writes a Beltway insider. Primarily because of the perceived influence of the Jewish lobby, which puts Israeli interests over and above U.S. interests