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Fiscal cliff looms over Obama

The deadlock has spooked markets, left Americans wondering whether they will pay thousands more in taxes next year, and alarmed the Pentagon, which fears the looming defense cuts could undermine the military

Iran Warns Citizens Against US Travel, Cites ‘Iranophobia’

While Iranians are being warned to avoid the U.S. others are beginning to steer clear of it too

Jewish Projection For Christmas

Jewish Projection For Christmas

Just like the Zionists, the so-called ‘anti’ Zionists will use every trick in the ‘tribal manual’. Gilad Atzmon explains

One giant leap for commercial space flight: SpaceX test launches reusable rocket

Successful test launch promises to open a whole new chapter in manned space flight. Includes video

'Chemical weapons were used on Homs': Syria's military police defector tells of nerve gas attack

‘Chemical weapons were used on Homs’: Syria’s military police defector tells of nerve gas attack

That a bought and paid for defector is making such claims tells us as much about their veracity as the way the Independent reports his claims without question or inquiry

The Great Deception: Obama and the Coming War

Interesting and over an hour long, we leave readers to draw their own conclusions from this video.

Fiscal Cliff: What is Illuminati Endgame?

Fiscal Cliff: What is Illuminati Endgame?

Illuminati behind both sides of this phoney debate

Syria military police chief defects to rebels

No doubt in return for rich reward and the promise of power in whatever replaces the current regime in Damascus

Jerusalem Post’s Self-Censorship Protects Leading Religious Leader, Cleanses Israeli Racism

Jerusalem Post’s Self-Censorship Protects Leading Religious Leader, Cleanses Israeli Racism

The rabbi’s views are dangerous because of his connections with those in power, which may explain why the Jerusalem Post effectively sanitised a report on him

Russian military presence in Syria poses challenge to US-led intervention

Russian military ‘advisers’ manning some of Syria’s air defence systems would complicate possible Western air strikes – as intended, no doubt

Is This Paranoid? Satanic Car Design

Is This Paranoid? Satanic Car Design

We are in the Apocalypse, and car design is but a natural expression of the satanic zeitgeist

Iran says defeats cyber attack on industrial sites

Iran claims renewed cyber-assault thwarted by dedicated online defence teams

Say Goodbye to the Good Life

Say Goodbye to the Good Life

Simon Johnson, a former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund, is convinced that a day of reckoning is coming for U.S. government finances, and he seems resigned to the fact that we will not be ready when that day arrives…

US deploying troops to 35 African countries

Pentagon plans troop deployment across the continent in 2013

Magic Kingdom: A Christmas Meditation

Magic Kingdom: A Christmas Meditation

Lasha Darkmoon reflects on Christmas and what she was inspired to write one night while in the company of a guru high in the Himalayas

The terror lurking in a Christmas tree

Upper Nazareth’s chief rabbi, Isaiah Herzl, has refused to countenance a single Christmas in the city, arguing that it would be “offensive to Jewish eyes”

New study: Infants receiving the most vaccines are the most likely to be hospitalized and die

Another reason to avoid vaccinations, particularly for children

Iran Appears Ready for Nuke Deal

Behind the scenes, diplomacy appears to be making slow progress toward a resolution of the Iranian-nuclear stalemate, possibly early in the new year. But obstacles remain – and they are mostly in Washington, say two experts on Iran

Afghan policeman at a security checkpoint in Kabul. Click to enlarge

Afghan policewoman shoots dead foreign adviser

In the latest incident of its kind, an Afghan policewoman has shot dead a foreign adviser inside Kabul police headquarters. Meanwhile, in a seperate incident an Afghan police officer is reported to have killed five fellow officers in northern Afghanistan

A word of advice about the Middle East – we’ve reached the ‘tipping point’ with cliches

You’ve got to be careful when Syria’s rebels are perpetually “closing in”