Kuwait to DNA test and tag all tourists

All visitors and tourists to Kuwait will now have to submit to a DNA test and be DNA tagged before they’re allowed to enter the country

The Dying Art of Femininity

The Dying Art of Femininity

Beauty is commonplace but femininity is rare. That’s the message of Helen Andelin’s 1963 book, which is subversive to the New World Order and would never be published today

Trailer for the film Other Losses

Trailer for the film Other Losses

Footage and interviews with guards and survivors from Eisenhowers infamous Rhine Meadows death camp

General Mattis wants Iran to be a top focus for the next president

He’s been tipped as a potential contender in the race for the White House. By saying Iran is a “threat” he will ensure support from the pro-Israeli lobby, making him a real contender

Israeli citizens hold Israeli flags and banners during a rally in Tel Aviv on April 19, 2016 to support Elor Azria, an Israeli soldier recently charged with manslaughter after shooting a prone and wounded Palestinian assailant in the head.
The rally, attended by an estimated 5,000 people, was a source of controversy in Israel where the top brass have condemned Azria's actions while far-right supporters and politicians urged his release.

Media Ignores Jews’ Hate Rally

The Western media’s blackout is in marked contrast to their blanket coverage of the tiniest example of what it calls “white racism.”

The northwest side of Mischief Reef showing a 1,900 foot seawall and newly-constructed infrastructure including housing, an artificial turf parade grounds, cement plants, and docking facilities are shown in this Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative January 8, 2016 satellite image released to Reuters on January 15, 2016. REUTERS/CSIS Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative/Digital Globe/Handout via Reuters. Click to enlarge

China could build nuclear plants for South China Sea, paper says

Nuclear power ‘platforms’ could soon be used to power China’s growing network of harbour facilities, runways and lighthouses in the disputed South China Sea

Passengers on the SS St Loius. Click to enlarge

Holocaust Born in Washington DC

In 1939 a passenger liner carrying 900 German Jews was turned away from Havana. But Roosevelt, an Illuminati Jew, refused to let it dock in America, forcing it to return to Europe

The Phony War in Syria

As a former soldier and war correspondent, I find the spectacle both pathetic and weird, writes Eric Margolis. In fact, the whole business smells to high heaven

Thousands of Enraged Americans Storm Washington. Media Yawns

Thousands of Enraged Americans Storm Washington. Media Yawns

Washington hadn’t seen protests like this since the height of the Civil Rights movement. Over a 1,000 were arrested. Yet this barely rated a mention on the TV news

The Guardian Says Correcting People On Their Grammar Is Racist

The Guardian Says Correcting People On Their Grammar Is Racist

This is from Mona Chalabi, a Guardian editor and relative of Ahmed Chalabi, the rich Iraqi exile who helped make the case for the 2003 invasion of Iraq

Iran Qiam ballistic missile fired from Underground Silo based launchers

Iran Qiam ballistic missile fired from Underground Silo based launchers

This is why we no longer hear talk about “all options” from the U.S. Any strike on Iran would provoke immediate retaliation from installations like this (in Farsi)

1980 young Barack Obama.

Obama – The CIA’s Communist Candidate

Our “leaders” may be actors (or MK-Ultra mind controlled slaves) in a charade legitimized by the mass media. Victor Thorn explains

Swedes tell Britain: if you leave the EU, we’ll follow

Swedes tell Britain: if you leave the EU, we’ll follow

If Britons vote to leave it could mark the beginning of the end for the European Union

Russia, Iran Poised to Break Syrian Opposition Toehold in Aleppo

As Russia and Iran prepare for a major new offensive against militants near Aleppo, a Pentagon spokesman admits: “This is something we’re concerned about”

A Russian Sukhoi Su-24 front-line bomber is seen on a runway shortly before taking off, part of the withdrawal of Russian troops from Syria, at Hmeymim airbase, Syria, March 16, 2016. REUTERS/Russian Ministry of Defence/Vadim Grishankin/Handout via Reuters

White House Concerned Russia Moving Military Equipment Into Syria

Could the White House be concerned because the Russian military equipment will make it more difficult for western backed “rebels” to oust Syrian President Assad?

Two Heads of State face their fellow citizens

Two Heads of State face their fellow citizens

On April 14 Presidents Putin and Hollande appeared on TV in their respective countries to answer citizens questions. More than 60% of Russia tuned in. In France less than 15% bothered

The Killing of Osama bin Laden

Even if we disregard reports that bin Laden died in 2001, the official account of his killing still could have been written by Lewis Carroll. Seymour Hersch explains

Submerged Pyramids Found in Bermuda Triangle

Submerged Pyramids Found in Bermuda Triangle

This has received little attention in the corporate media but late 2015 pyramids made of smooth glass-like material were reportedly found under the Bermuda Triangle

Artists impression of the hypersonic Zircon missle.

Russian Navy to have nigh-unstoppable hypersonic missiles by 2018 – report

Tests of the Zircon missile, which can travel over 6,000km/h, are already underway and it could go into production in 2018

Russia takes measures over NATO military build-up at country’s western borders

In addition to a steady military build-up on its Western borders, Deputy Defense Minister Antonov says Russia is also facing a NATO instigated “information war”