July Thunder

July thunder of Russo-Chinese veto over Zimbabwe ended the long suspense. Power transfer in Russia has been completed; the lull of the West’s total freedom of hands is over

Heemeyer Rides Again

It could have happened anywhere. A tale of young lovers separated by prejudice; jealousy and rage that exploded in a bulldozer rampaging through the streets of Jerusalem. Israel Shamir tells a tragic tale that ironically carries with it the seeds of hope

India: Comeback

India was the laboratory for imperial devices. A long time before Baghdad was looted by the Americans, British troops in 1799 conquered and looted Seringapatam. Israel Shamir reflects on India and the modern Empire

In Defence of Prejudice

The Chinese suffered from terrible prejudice in the beginning of 20th century. But they got together, eliminated petty crime, and now their ghetto, Chinatown, is a delightful place for a stroll or for a meal. Prejudice against the Chinese died out

Wiki, the Chaos Controlled

Conspiracy? Yes. Jewish conspiracy? You bet! Wikipedia is a great idea for Jews, writes Israel Shamir. People from all over the world contribute of their knowledge, and then this Summa is pruned in the way acceptable to the pro-Jewish gardeners

Texas Body Snatchers

As much as one feels sorry for imprisoned Palestine and devastated Iraq, the policy of Total Spectrum Dominance promoted by the Neocons does not refer to far away lands only, writes Israel Shamir. It is for Americans too

The Rise and Rise of Neocons

Israel Shamir reviews Stephen Sniegoski’s The Transparent Cabal: a study of the Neocons and their control of U.S. foreign policy for Israel’s benefit

Orient Express

Like the Four Riders of the Apocalypse, the unknown kamikaze rode their giant crafts into the two visible symbols of American world domination, Wall Street and the Pentagon. They vanished in flames and smoke, and we do not yet know who they were. Theoretically, they could be practically anybody: American Nationalists, American Communists, American Fundamentalist […]

Flowers of Galilee

“This outrageous Book will shock you… or will change your vision of the world…A Jewish genius, Israel Shamir kicks holes through doors. He is the true refusenik. My favourite anti-Semite, Shamir is a must-read for every Jew.” –Paul Eisen, London

Yeti Riots

Israel Shamir reflects on the recent disturbances in Tibet

Scorpion Logic

Jack Graham wrote recently that America is not the Great Satan. True, but under Bush, it will fill the bill until the real Satan comes along. So if you see Bush doing a good deed, run to the optician!

Guess who did not come

There was one who was notably absent among those who flocked to greet Bush during his recent visit to the Middle East. Israel Shamir explains

Pakistan in Turmoil

Bhutto’s murder occurred just one month after the Neocons began a discussion on the pages of the NY Times calling to undermine and dismantle Pakistan, and take over its nuclear devices

Zionist Crook Off To Jail

In the wake of the sentencing of Conrad Black, Israel Shamir ponders whether crime and obsessive fondness for Jews go hand-in-hand

Right Ho, Lobby

Democracy is a good idea, writes Israel Shamir. But democracy of the word “demos”, people’s rule, not from the word “demo” like in “demo version”

Ahmadinejad on Hudson

Israel Shamir on President Ahmadinejad’s appearance at Columbia University. Includes video of this historic event

The Third Force

The Third Force

Israel Shamir profiles Arcadi Gaydamak, a billionaire philanthropist and an Israeli version of Ross Perot

Defending Foxman, or Cool it, Armenians

Even a broken clock is right twice a day. Abe Foxman, the head of the Jewish-Masonic thought police, is not as good as a clock, but he can be right once in a while; and this time is now

Our Congratulations to the People of Turkey

The election victory of the Islamic Party is a victory for the whole world, writes Israel Shamir. For an Islamic Turkey won’t help the US in its impending attack on Iran, hopefully thereby squashing the invasion plans

Greg Palast, the left wing of the Lobby

He’s been called a “Chomsky for Dummies” and “a slim Michael Moore” He’s also emerged as an apologist for the Zionists and an accuser of greedy WASPs and Arabs. Israel Shamir investigates how Greg Palast may not be all he seems