January 2006

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To inquire about the case

David Rosenbaum’s murder is moving from tragedy to comedy and back again as a second suspect was arrested after he walked into a Washington police station to ”inquire about the case”

The “Jewish Banker Conspiracy”

When gold is God, the extremely rich are the “Chosen People”, writes Henry Makow Ph.D. To enthrone a rule of the super rich, who are “Jewish” mainly by virtue of wealth, the ordinary Jew is used to take the flack in the form of anti-Semitism

Col. Ted Westhusing “Suicided” in Iraq

Serious questions remain concerning Col. Westhusing’s “suicide” in Iraq. The army’s chief ethics expert was murdered, according to Carlyle Group insider

America’s Arcane Origins

Political activists of the so-called “religious Right” in the United States never tire of preaching that their country was founded as “a Christian democracy.” But they are wrong on both counts

Russian Expert Says Israel Likely to Bomb Iran in Spring

The countdown to what could develop into a world war has begun

USA threats after boycott support

The United States warns Norway of “serious political consequences” should it embark on a boycott of Israeli goods

Voice of the White House January 13, 2006

More dynamite diclosures from White House insiders. This week: what went on between President Bush and Judge Alito’s good looking young son. Also, a nation very hostile to the US, has acquired a former Soviet nuclear submarine replete with ten missiles

Profile of America’s Secretary of State

She leads solitary life, but surprises the world with her slim figure and determination. How the Russians see Condoleezza Rice

NSA: Listening in on its own employees, journalists, and members of Congress

Paranoia and rampant suspicion have become the hallmarks of despotic tyrannies and, as Wayne Madsen reveals, they run deep within the Bush administration

Where Big Brother Snoops on Americans 24/7

Despite Congress cutting funds, and the resignation of the program’s controversial director, DARPA’s TIA program is still alive and well and prying into the private lives of Americans

Big Brother is Watching You …… And Listening Too

Surveilance cameras are on almost every street now: Richard Greaves charts the quiet, steady growth of a police state

Why is my face on TV?

David Rosenbaum’s assassination has been solved after his killer walked into the local police station and obligingly handed himself in. Very convenient, so much so that the whole thing stinks

Thank You for the Music

An ongoing chronicle of daily life for the ordinary citizens of Baghdad: this week, Riverbend laments the murder of an unassuming man who brought joy to the lives of many

Chinese memorial to ‘the good Nazi’ opens war wounds

Seeing all Nazis as bad is like any form of racism, it views things in black and white and fails to account for the individual and the exceptions. One such is John Rabe, a card carrying Nazi who even today is still revered in China as a “living Buddha”

Britain will be first country to monitor every car journey

Britain is set to become the first country in the world where every car journey will be watched by an all-seeing eye of surveillance

Big Brother Britain, 2004

In little more than three years, the number of CCTV cameras in Briton has quadrupled, making its citizens the most intensively monitored on earth

Surveillance Technology to Expand

James Clark and Dipesh Gadher writing in Sunday Times March 11, 2001. THE number of surveillance cameras in Britain is set to double over the next three years to 2m following Home Office approval of a new system that can be run at a fraction of the cost of existing networks. The new system is [...]

Berlin’s Spies Reportedly Helped US

Despite German chancellor Gerhard Schröder’s public opposition to the US led invasion of Iraq, Spiegal Online reports that German intelligence helped US forces target Saddam Hussein in an April 2003 bombing raid that killed at least 12 civilians

Yad Vashem worried by Iranian Holocaust denial

The Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority has voiced its growing concern over Iran’s attitude toward the Holocaust

Beam Weapons Almost Ready For Battle

They are labeled “directed-energy weapons,” and they may well signal a revolution in military hardware — perhaps more so than the atomic bomb