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What do we do?

It’s not just rhetoric – we need a revolution to survive!

Black Hawk Down: Nine Confirmed Dead

Another US helicopter has crashed near the troubled town of Falluja

Israel Seeks More Submarines for Strategic Depth

Although it says that it has no hostile intentions, Iran’s nuclear program has prompted serious concern in Israel. In response, it has now been reported that Israel is trying to acquire more submarines to beef up its nuclear strike capability

Take No Prisoners

U.S. Marines execute an Iraqi to the cheers of fellow marines. Warning: this video should only be viewed by a mature audience

British soldiers ‘kicked Iraqi prisoner to death’

‘The British said my son would be free soon’ says Lieutenant Col. Mousa of the Iraqi police. ‘Three days later I had his body’ Thereafter, the British authoriiies initially offered $3000 in compensation

The Los Lunas Decalogue Stone Inscription

The Los Lunas Decalogue Stone Inscription

The Los Lunas stone, pictured below, would not have been out of place in an Indiana Jones adventure. Situated a few miles west of Los Lunas, in New Mexico, the stone would seem to defy all conventional notions concerning history and the discovery of the Americas. The inscription is an abridged version of the Decalogue […]

Terror Alert Based on Fabricated Intelligence

It is now official: the stand down orders on Air France’s Christmas flights from Paris to Los Angeles were based on fabricated information. Bear this in mind, because BA’s flight 223 to Washington has been delayed 3 times in a row, over security fears

Memoirs of a ‘Racketeer for Capitalism’

“War is a racket…It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives”

2004: Year of the Slave

Just because you cannot see the slave-chains doesn’t mean they are not there. Chains made of steel are obvious, but chains made of beliefs are not always recognized for what they are.

Bush has one priority for 2004. Get America out of Iraq. Fast

The neocons have outlined their plans for the future of Iraq. It is, writes Robert Fisk, an astonishing combination of simplicity and ruthlessness. And a recipe for more ethnic conflict

Why I admire David Irving by Nick Herbet

A scientist and writer explains why he admires the historian and why his recent court case was distorted through the filtered lens of the mainstream media.

Web lets Palestinian children find world beyond refugee camp

Bright, noisy and enthusiastic: a charity appeal has opened up a whole new world for these kids

Israel Army Kills Four Palestinians in Nablus, Gaza

A 17-year-old Palestinian pallbearer, was pronounced clinically dead in Nablus, after soldiers shot him in the head as he helped carry the coffin of his 15-year-old cousin, shot earlier by Israeli troops

US Secretly Helped Saddam

The daughter of a slain Iraqi opposition leader says that the US helped Saddam to quash coup attempt in 1993

Satellite Eyes Secret Project

Although the occupation authorities deny it exists, recent satellite photos of Iraq, reveal what may be a secret pipeline, pumping oil from the country

The occupiers, as ever, are damned either way – especially when the innocent die

“At least under Saddam there was security – now we are afraid to go to work,” one young Iraqi tells Robert Fisk. “At least under Saddam, the innocent didn’t suffer.”

Israel and Iran: Tension Mounts

Israel and Iran: Tension Mounts

Iran has threatened to retaliate with missiles in the event of an Israeli strike

The Origins of Modern Banking

It was Thomas Jefferson who said, “banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies”. And as Kieron McFadden reveals, he was not being alarmist

Sharon’s Wall Threat To All Religious Groups

Christopher Bollyn on Israel’s so-called ‘apartheid wall’: a fortified barrier running for 400 miles, paid for by US taxpayers and supported by the US government

Karbala Bombing

19 men were killed in the Karbala massacre: 11 policemen, five Bulgarian soldiers, two Thai soldiers and a civilian – one of the highest death tolls for suicide bombings in Iraq since the country was “liberated” last April.