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A Pretext for War

Injured Zarqawi has fled Iraq, UK newspaper says

London’s Sunday Times reports today that the arch terrorist has fled to Iran for surgery. Or is this just another example of our so-called “free press” being used to condition public opinion in preparation for a strike on Iran?

U.S. accused of reporting less than half its casualties in Iraq

More evidence that US casualties in Iraq are far heavier than officially acknowledged

Media Disinformation and the Nature of the Iraqi Resistance

The Western media diligently diverts public attention from the illegal Occupation of Iraq, writes Ghali Hassan, and Western journalists and pundits are the main agents of this distorted propaganda

Voice of the White House May 27, 2005

A White House insider reveals that a coup d’etat against the Bush administration is being seriously considered by two seperate groups. One a disaffected faction in the high command of the US military, the other a confederation of high level businessmen

Diana: Police Cannot Rule Out Murder

Detectives investigating the death of Princess Diana in 1997 have revealed what many have long suspected: that her fatal crash may in fact have been murder – a suspicion that the mainstream media can now no longer ignore

Sick strategies for senseless slaughter

The murderous fools are not trying to end the war in Iraq; they’re trying to keep it going as long as they can so as to maximise the slaughter

Women who treat women as sex objects

In the past, the sexual degradation of women was confined to the bedroom and the brothel. But now, gender objectification permeates our culture. It is flaunted at college campuses, on the Internet, on prime-time TV, and it’s done at the behest of women

The Media as an Instrument of War

The media, writes Kenneth Payne, are indisputably an instrument of modern war. And he should know; Payne is is a BBC news producer

Real “Star Wars” Makes the Movie Seem Tame

The new “Star Wars” movie is fantasy. The true story could be much stranger and a lot more exciting. Stephen Greer MD, 49, head of “The Disclosure Project” is the hero of the non-fiction version. He is an ER physician who gave up medicine to lift the massive cover-up of UFOs. His egghead appearance is […]

The Insufferable Silence

How many Lyndie England’s will it take to make you say no more? How many more Charles Graner’s will it take to break through this silence? How many more before we all realize it is not a couple of bad apples but the farmer that is to blame

AIPAC Wants You To Die In Iran

Forget Iraq, the real threat to US interests is Iran, or so the American Israel Public Affairs Committee would have you believe. Kurt Nimmo on this year’s annual AIPAC meeting where calls for an attack on Iran were the underlying theme

Mainstreaming Casual Sex

A spate of new books exhorts women to overcome their inhibitions about having casual sex. Typical is “Happy Hook-Up: A Single Girl’s Guide to Casual Sex” which counsels women to proudly embrace the labels “whore” and “slut.” It has been excerpted on ivillage.com. Feminist authors Alexa Sherman and Nicole Tocantins pretend to be offering women […]

Cosmic Deception: Let the Citizen Beware

Cosmic Deception: Let the Citizen Beware

. The testimony of hundreds of government, military and corporate insiders has established this: That UFOs are real, that some are built by our secret ‘black’ shadowy government projects and some are from extraterrestrial civilizations…

Pipelineistan’s biggest game begins

44 metres wide and snaking across 1,767 kilometers, its opening last week could mark the beginning of the 21st century’s ‘Great Game’

US military to build four giant new bases in Iraq

Don’t expect US forces in Iraq to be leaving anytime soon. Plans were recently revealed to build four giant US military bases in Iraq, with officers describing them as having “a more permanent character” than existing US bases

China hails bird flu vaccine amid prophesies of doom

Amid signs that the avian flu could mutate into a strain with the potential to kill millions, Chinese scientists have developed a vaccine that may prevent infection, even as authorities in western Qinghai province scramble to contain the virus spreading

The “Turkey Shoot” and Lessons of Military History Remembered and Forgotten

Those who don’t or won’t learn from the lessons of history are doomed to repeat them. Which is exactly what is happening to US forces in Iraq, writes Stan Moore. We are witnessing the beginning of the end of the military dominance of the American Empire

Bush, Blair & Howard Photo Atrocities

Hard photographic evidence brought Japanese war criminals to justice at the Tokyo Trials, and the same will hold true for the illegal invaders of Iraq. Copy these terrifying images and file them. Your personal testimony may be needed, writes Joe Vialls

Voice of the White House May 15, 2005

More despatches from the corridors of power, as a White House insider reveals what really goes on behind closed doors at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue