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Stonehenge 360 Degrees

Situated close to where this website is put together, and in the heart of crop circle country, Stonehenge is cloaked in mystery. Enjoy a panoramic view of one of the world’s great enigmas

Avebury 360 Degrees

Even closer than Stonehenge is Avebury, a megalithic site that this writer passes through virtually every day. Enjoy the pananoramic view

Eulogy to Rachel

A week after her killers were cleared of murder, we commemorate the young American women who gave her life for human rights

“I wont lie down and take the insults”

“You’re supposed to lie down and take the insults, and I’m not going to do it. The level of arrogance of these people just boggles the mind.”

How Wal-Mart and Gillette Got Themselves into a Public Relations Nightmare

They think you’re not paying attention. They think you couldn’t care less. They’re wrong.

Pilger & Fisk on Iraq Coverage

If the reality in Iraq is one thing and the reporting of it remains another, it is because much of the media wants it that way, say two leading journalists who have been reporting the ‘other’ side of the Iraq story

Beyond Bush

There is no longer any serious doubt that Bush’s officials deceived us into war. The key question now is why so many influential people are in denial, unwilling to admit the obvious. Yet, if we can’t face the truth what will happen to our democracy?

In the Beginning, There Was Terror

Blowing up a bus, a train, a ship, or a hotel; assassinating a diplomat; killing hostages, sending letter bombs; massacring defenseless villagers — this is terrorism, as we know it. In the modern Middle East it began with the Zionists who founded Israel

In the Begining, There Was Terror Part 2

Raiding a Camp in Gaza Rokach’s “Israel’s Sacred Terrorism” provides previously unavailable documentation relating to Israel’s preparations for the October 1956 surprise attack by Israel, France and Britain against Egypt. In that operation, the Allies conquered the Suez Canal, Eastern Sinai and the Gaza Strip. The combined invasion occurred at a time when the U.S. […]

In the Beginning, There Was Terror Part 1

Much of the history of terrorism in today’s Middle East has been thrust down the Orwellian memory hole due to the highly effective campaign over the past 50 years to suppress information prejudicial to Israel. Blowing up a bus, a train, a ship, a café, or a hotel; assassinating a diplomat or a peace negotiator; […]

God’s Errand Boy

Has the real power behind the president been finally revealed. Or is it simply a delusion of grandeur? Or a cynical ploy to beguile the gullible?

It’s Later Than You Think

While people are distracted by one manufactured crisis after another, they’ve hardly noticed that the New World Order is begining to loom closer and closer

Global War Looms?

A secret, quiet meeting in Kuwait between some of Washington’s top war hawks could signal that Iran is next on the chopping block.

The Murder of Rachel Corrie

After an Israeli court exonerates her killers, Tex Marrs looks back on the life and death of Rachel Corrie, the young peace activist who was crushed to death by an Israeli army bulldozer

The Real Thing?

In contrast to many, this crop circle appears to be genuine. In other words it wasn’t faked by dupes employed British Intelligence, eager to dispel the idea that there are forces not subject to the dictates of scientific materialism, ie spiritual forces

CIA and DoD Attempted To Plant WMD In Iraq

A Department of Defense whistleblower has revealed that a US covert operations team had planted “Weapons of Mass Destruction” (WMDs) in Iraq – then “lost” them when the team was killed by “friendly fire.”

Hell Starts Now

Winning the war was easy. Winning the peace will be a nightmare. Less than two months after the “official” end of the war, at least one thing is undeniable: for much of the “liberated” Iraqi population, Bush is viewed in as bad a light as Saddam Hussein

War in Iraq, April 7 Morning

Daily online reports from IRAQWAR.RU, an informative site set up by Russian journalists and military analysts to cover the war in Iraq

Ten Appalling Lies We Were Told About Iraq

The mainstream press, after two years of cowardice, is belatedly drawing attention to the unconscionable level of administrative deception. They seem surprised to find that when it comes to Iraq, the Bush administration almost never told the truth

Canada Destroys a Defender of Freedom

Last week, Canada’s Privacy Commissioner George Radwanski was hounded from office amid a firestorm of allegations about expense account abuses. Why this ferocity?