Commentary

Observations, insights and perspectives on current affairs

US military commander: Russian military ‘far more capable’ than Soviet Union’s

This much we know. The question being: how far is Putin in on the Illuminati game plan to orchestrate an East-West clash?

Memory Lane Can Intersect with Amnesia Road

Karma sometimes puts us places where we do not prosper for the purpose of learning

Obama: Iran spends $30 billion on defense; U.S. about $600 billion

As a result, says President Obama: “Iran understands that they cannot fight us.”

Perfume’s “Pick Me Up” Brings Illuminati Mind Control Symbolism to Japan

Perfume’s “Pick Me Up” Brings Illuminati Mind Control Symbolism to Japan

A powerful elite controls the global music industry and uses it to promote its agenda, subliminally. Perfume’s latest is an example

Iran submarine launched cruise missile. Click to enlarge

Tom Cotton’s Limited War Against Iran

Assuming Iran has a nuclear weapons program, and there’s no evidence it does, Sen. Tom Cotton says it would only take “days” to end it. We look at what the US might face if it tried

The article as it appeared in the Times of Israel. Click to enlarge

Hoax? Blog Reveals Judaism’s Ugly Secret

Mostly true, but no Zionist would admit it in public

The Illuminati strategy of tension and release

The Illuminati strategy of tension and release

Are the principles of sex magic being used to manipulate the public? We reserve judgement but it begs the question: toward what object is this building?

And the Worst of the STD’s is … Political Correctness

This is the state of our world now; where some take control of children’s emergent libido to fashion and shape them in the confusion of their transitions through puberty

Senator Tom Cotton. Click to enlarge

Tom Cotton Suggests War With Iran Would Be A Breeze

Senator Cotton embodies Samuel Johnson’s claim that “patriotism is the last refuge for the scoundrel”

Dzokhar Tsarnaev, the younger alleged bomber. Click to enlarge

Avoid Becoming a Patsy like Dzhokar Tsnaraev

An increasingly common hazard of modern life is finding that you have been blamed for a CIA false flag. These practical steps will help you to avoid this predicament

Kermit Roosevelt. Click to enlarge

Six Things You Didn’t Know the U.S. and its Allies Did to Iran

Some reminders as to why Iranians don’t trust the U.S.

The Winds of Change are Blowing in from the Sea

Things are in flux. They are always in flux but… sometimes… they are in a state of real and dramatic change. These are such times

Boston Defendant is Drugged & Defenseless

Boston Defendant is Drugged & Defenseless

America’s transition to a police state continues with a 1930’s-style Stalinist show trial. Dick Eastman explains

Dutch cyber expert who said ISIS was part of Zionist plan keeping job

Dutch Justice minister says Yasmina Haifi may keep her job at the ministry. Despite Zionist pressure to have her removed, no doubt

Jewish Billionaire Finances Ukraine’s Aydar SS Nazi Troops

Jewish Billionaire Finances Ukraine’s Aydar SS Nazi Troops

Proving that ‘ZioNazi’ is more than just a slur: Nazism is resurgent in the Ukraine, financed by Ukrainian-Israeli billionaire Ihor Kolomoysky. Eric Zuesse explains

Obama says confident Iran sanctions could be reimposed if deal broken

Here we have Reuters treating hypothesis as accomplished fact

It's not just Rolling Stone

It’s not just Rolling Stone

Mainstream leftist media now a network of activist media hoaxers who spew hatred and intolerance disguised as “news”

Michael Colhaze: To be a German

“Ninety-nine per cent of what we know about the Holocaust we do not actually have the physical evidence to prove . . . it has become part of our inherited knowledge” Jan van Pelt Ph.D., a leading authority on Auschwitz

Can Evil Be Defeated

Did you know that Republicans have privatized the prison system and turned it into a $70 billion per year industry that demands ever more labour?

The Christian tragedy in the Middle East did not begin with Isis

The Christian tragedy in the Middle East did not begin with Isis

Robert Fisk ponders a long-standing enmity