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America’s Media-Driven Descent Into Depravity

Over one hundred years ago one of the founders of modern Freemasonry announced: “We aspire to corrupt in order to govern…” Henry Makow Ph.D. examines how this is being done today as Prime Time TV presents moral degeneracy as the norm

The Pakistan Connection

Why was the head of the Pakistani Intelligence Service (ISI) meeting with top Bush Administration officials on September 10, 2001, the same day he wired $100,000 to alleged “lead hijacker” Mohamed Atta?

Bush calls summit amid Pentagon exit reports

Despite Dick Cheney’s denials the signs are that the US is desperately looking for an exit strategy from Iraq

How the “news” is manufactured

In the early 1990s, artist Brian Springer spent a year scouring the airwaves with a satellite dish grabbing back channel news feeds not intended for public consumption. What he gathered provides interesting insights into how the news is spun

US in secret truce talks with insurgency chiefs

In the wake of a steadily deteriorating security situation, American officials are now reported to be in secret talks with insurgent leaders in order to extract a facing saving ceasefire

The post-Israel Middle East

The tide is turning. It is time to consider what a post-Israel Middle East will look like, and how Judaism handles post-Zionist Jewish settlement in what used to be Israel

Harper’s Fitting Award for NWO Service

Henry Makow Ph.D. looks at Canadian Prime Minister Steven Harper, who recently recieved the Woodrow Wilson Award for Public Service — appropriately named after a US president who also betrayed his own country

A U.S. Fortress Rises in Baghdad:

Asian workers are being trafficked into Baghdad to build what will eventually be the world’s largest embassy

The Green Zone Follies Baghdad October 12, 2006

Over 300 US service personnel killed or injured and losses of over a billion dollars in arms and equipment and the mainstream media has still barely breathed a word of the conflagration at Falcon forward operating base, Iraq

Voice of the White House October 18, 2006

Bush doesn’t seem to realize that the rest of the world holds America in contempt because they know it couldn’t attack Tijuana, let alone Iran or North Korea, writes a White House insider

Govt. Death Squads Ravaging Baghdad

Having been given free rein by Coalition forces, who allow them to travel unhindered during curfew hours, death squads from the Ministry of Interior posing as Iraqi police are killing more people than ever in the capital

Iran warns Europe over Israel

Ominious rumblings from Iran’s President Ahmadinejad

The Great Experiment

The laboratory for the experiment is the Gaza Strip, and the guinea pigs are the million and a quarter Palestinians living there

The Dirtiest Bomb on Earth

“Depleted uranium has a half life of four and a half billion years… This means that the Middle East, Central Asia, and Yugoslavia are contaminated – forever.”Leuren Moret, Geological Scientist, International Radiation Expert

FDA Is Set To Approve Milk, Meat From Clones

In the UK, Organic produce is the fastest growing sector of the food retail market, showing quite spectacular growth. Watch it grow even faster when cloned produce reaches the stores

Israel, Palestine, and Canada

Canada’s Thirty-Percent Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, just made a speech at a B’nai Brith banquet. Normally, there would be nothing notable in this, but his words this time reinforced controversial statements he made while Israel savagely bombed Lebanon. He also continued driving an ugly new Republican-style wedge into Canada’s national politics after calling Liberal leadership […]

This is the moment for Europe to dismantle taboos, not erect them

Far from criminalising denial of the Armenian genocide, we should decriminalise denial of the Holocaust

UK forces prepare to retake Iraqi city

British commanders are currently putting together a force to retake the southern Iraqi town of al-Amarah after it fell to gunmen loyal to fundamentalist cleric Hojatoleslam Moqtada al-Sadr

The David Kelly ‘Dead in the Woods’ Psyop

When British diplomat David Broucher (left) described to the Hutton Inquiry a meeting he had with David Kelly in February 2003, an audible gasp went up from the gallery. But was he playing for the audience? Rowena Thursby investigates

Things aren’t going to get better

We have only one political party in this country, with two PR fronts. Pretending to be in opposition is just a ploy to mollify the masses, by conning them into thinking they actually have a choice