The Liberation of the Slaves

We were all slaves, but slaves of two kinds: slaves willing and unwilling, house slaves and field slaves of the NWO. The “Not My President” crowd are house slaves

Congratulations, Folks!

Congratulations, Folks!

Mankind has avoided a great danger, writes Israel Shamir. We peered into the abyss of Armageddon and quickly moved away. Now the world can fix its many problems

I Envy You

I Envy You

The Masters of Discourse will try every trick to steal the elections, and only their fear of armed rising may finally force them to acknowledge their inevitable defeat

Nuclear Poker

Nuclear Poker

Uncle Sam invaded Afghanistan in order to punish al Qaeda, and now he started the World War to save it. Israel Shamir explains

A Crooked Mile

A Crooked Mile

The nursery rhyme about a crooked man who walked a crooked mile and lived in a crooked house is a good description of mass media. Israel Shamir explains

The Reluctant Enemy

The Reluctant Enemy

The headlines are bold and decisive: “The Russians did it”, but small script is far from conclusive. Israel Shamir explains

The Secret of Identity Politics

The Secret of Identity Politics

Jews are a force among many forces, writes Israel Shamir. Time and again they reached the pinnacle of power and were dislodged. This may happen to them in the US, as well.

The People Will Decide in Turkey

Israel Shamir reflects on the coup attempt in Turkey, Brexit and the forthcoming U.S. elections

A Syrian Breakthrough

A Syrian Breakthrough

Cruise-missile liberals and their favourite newspaper, the Guardian, already published a few articles in the same weepy tone they used agitating for invasion of Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan

Putin Blues

Putin Blues

The bubbling dissatisfaction of Putin’s supporters may yet turn more dangerous. Israel Shamir explains

Secrets of the Syrian War: October 2015

Secrets of the Syrian War: October 2015

Israel Shamir examines Russian military involvement in Syria and the ramifications it will have beyond

Russia Returns to the Middle East

Russia Returns to the Middle East

The rumours of Russian demise and of Syrian collapse has been somewhat premature. Israel Shamir explains

A Cold Summer for Europe

A Cold Summer for Europe

Israel Shamir in brilliant form, writing what few would dare to say openly

Greece: The Pearl Cast Before Swine

Greece: The Pearl Cast Before Swine

From philosophy to feta, from history to yoghurt, from poetry to honey Greece provided the example to follow. Now they have given us another example to follow

NATO bases surround Russia

Russia: Tit for Tat

NATO bases are encircling it and although Russians don’t want war, they are tired of their country being pushed to the wall. Israel Shamir explains

Trolling Russia

Trolling Russia

It was good clean fun to troll Russia, as long as it stayed the course. Not anymore. Russia broke the rules. Israel Shamir explains

Russian police investigate the body of Boris Nemtsov, a former Russian deputy prime minister and opposition leader at Red Square with St. Basil Cathidral in the background in Moscow on Saturday, 28 Feb, 2015. Click to enlarge

Who Killed Nemtsov?

Israel Shamir reporting from Moscow offers his view on Who Killed Nemtsov

Putin prefers a bad peace

Putin prefers a bad peace

I had a meeting with a well-informed and highly-placed Russian source who shared with me some inner thoughts, for your benefit, on condition of his anonymity

Trolling Russia

Trolling Russia

Israel Shamir on Charlie Hebdo and the current face-off between Russia and the West

John McCain can be seen here speaking at a rally organized largely by the Neo-Nazi Svoboda movement in Kiev, Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 15, 2013. To John McCain’s right is neo-Nazi leader Oleh Tyahnybok and to his left is US Senator Chris Murphy (D) Connecticut. Click to enlarge

The Fateful Triangle: Russia, Ukraine and the Jews

US refused entry to Oleg Tyagnibok and others because of their anti-Semitism in 2013. Now however, they have America’s support in Ukraine. Israel Shamir explains