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Political Correctness – Rules of Democracy

How to win in the ‘only real democracy in the Middle East’

Row Rages Over Enforced Gay Adoption

Boy, 5, about to be adopted by gay couple pleads: ‘We want to stay with our gran and grandad’

Voice of the White House January 23, 2009

With America racked by mounting economic problems a White House insider looks at how this will soon be compounded by a flood of illegal aliens and they problems they’ve already brought

Economy in Collapse

Gifted with an uncanny ability to predict the future based on current trends, Gerald Celente says that the new presidential administration will take “dramatic measures” to restore confidence in the U.S. economy

Military to Pledge Oath to Obama, Not Constitution

“The President feels that the military has been too indoctrinated by the old harbingers of hate: nationalism, racism, and classism,” says a circular distributed by White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs

Swedish city cancels Holocaust event

“We have been preoccupied and grief-stricken by the war in Gaza and it would feel just feel odd with a large ceremony about the Holocaust,” said one of clergymen organising the event

Repeat abortions among teenage girls have risen by 70%

As abortions in the UK reach record levels

Army rabbi ‘gave out hate leaflet to troops’

Is this how the “most moral army in the world” motivates its men?

Israeli Army Used Flechettes Against Gaza Civilians

Apart from using White Phosphorus, Israeli forces used another weapon whose use in a densely populated area like Gaza might also be viewed as a ‘War Crime’

Genocide, from the World’s Biggest Victim Industry

I know what I see and I know what you don’t see. What goes around comes around and it is headed for you and not all your sudden conversions and disclaimers of not knowing are going to help you one bit

BBC’s Mark Thompson Exposed for Refusing Gaza Aid Appeal

In 2005, BBC Director General Mark Thompson travelled to Jerusalem and met with Ariel Sharon in order to “build bridges” with Israel. Although barely covered by the Western media, the Israeli press gave it wide coverage

Israel Screwed Itself Over with Its Gaza Assault

Recent Israeli operations in Gaza have been a public relations disaster, argues Uri Avnery. Not only did the IDF fail to eradicate Hamas but in the eyes of the world the Zionist state has now been transformed into a bloodstained monster

Authorities place adopted children with two gay men

But the grandparents offer to adopt is refused and when they object they are warned that they may never see their grandchildren again because of ‘negative’ attitude toward gay adoption

Media averts eyes from subpoenas to Obama top staff

Barely a few days into the new administration and the subpoenas are already being served – while the corporate media looks the other way

Beeb airwave strike on Gaza is deadly

When the BBC’s Alan Johnston was kidnapped by a gang of criminals, it was Hamas who helped secure his release. Now however, as 61,000 Palestinian families shiver in the ruins of their bombed out homes, the same BBC has stabbed them in the back

Weapons are smuggled into Gaza from Israel, says Egyptian human rights official

The general secretary of Egypt’s National Council for Human Rights Mukhlis Qutb says that the deals and payment for the weapons are struck inside Israel

Monetary union has left half of Europe trapped in depression

A great ring of EU states stretching from Eastern Europe down across Mare Nostrum to the Celtic fringe are either in a 1930s depression already or soon will be

The Problem with Obama

The more things “change”, the more they stay the same. Adrian Salbuchi looks at the make-up of the new Obama Administration and asks: is this really a new beginning or just the same old thing repackaged and presented as something new?

Israelis are living high on US expense account

Michael Backman’s article managed to evade Zionist control of our “free press”. Which is why its publishers were forced to make such a grovelling apology. Read both here

Omagh inquiry ‘sabotage’ claim

The former head of the inquiry into the Omagh bombing has claimed that elements within British intelligence “effectively sabotaged” the investigation into the worst atrocity in the Northern Ireland conflict