January 2007

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There Should Have Been Silence….

No one with an iota of concern for America or the world should have raised one hand to applaud a single word spoken by George W. Bush. But in the halls of Congress they did

Iran Successfully Test-Fires Short-Range Missiles

Iran Successfully Test-Fires Short-Range Missiles

Iranian news agencies report that Islamic Revolutionary Guards test-fired two Iranian-made missiles Tuesday

Patterns of Force

The street-brawling Nazi thugs were always dispensable; even to Hitler. It was the quiet and refined Nazi elite, with ties to European aristocracy and money who were most dangerous and to whom Allen Dulles delivered the keys to America, writes Jeff Wells

Israel Occupation Authority Digging Secret Tunnel Under the Aqsa Mosque

It can’t be emphasised how provocative this is. By digging beneath the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, Israeli excavations are undermining, literally, one of Islam’s holiest sites. A move that seems intended to inflame Muslim opinion worldwide

Israeli president to be charged with rape

Although Moshe Katsav’s post is largely ceremonial and the scandal is unlikely to rub off on Ehud Olmert, Israel’s president is likely to be charged with rape and sexual assault of several female employees

US plans attack on Iran

“I’ve seen some of the planning “ said Wayne White, a former top Middle East Analyst for the State Department. “You’re not talking about a surgical strike… You’re talking about a war against Iran” that likely would destabilise the region for years”

Israeli Holocaust trustee blasts Hebron settlers

A senior official of Israel’s central Holocaust memorial on Saturday assailed Jewish settlers who harass Palestinians in a tinderbox West Bank city, saying the abuse recalled the anti-Semitism of 1930s Europe

The “Matrix” of Manufactured War

Recently George Bush openly wept at the funeral of a US soldier killed in Iraq (left). But were his tears crocodile tears shed for the benefit of waiting cameras? And are the world’s great conflicts were just as phoney? Henry Makow Ph.D. investigates

Hillary Clinton Launches White House Bid

Murder, assassination and wild lesbian romps: just in case you have forgotten those ‘Clinton years’ we dig up some dirt on the woman who may one day be calling the shots in the White House

Did Hillary Clinton Order Waco Assault?

Like Bush and Bill Clinton, Hilary Clinton has many skeleton’s in her closet. This makes her easier to control by the real powers that be and thus an ideal candidate for the Oval Office. One such skeleton may have been her role at Waco

Iran guards in war-games

Iran guards in war-games

As tensions rise over its nuclear development program, a defiant Teheran has embarked on a four-day military exercise where more Iranian manufactured missiles will be test fired

US Expands, Builds New Military Bases in Europe

With attention focused on the situation in Baghdad and mounting tension with Iran, the US has been strengthening of its defences elsewhere. Despite protests, expanding a US base in Italy and announcing plans to build a new Star Wars base in the Czech Rep.

Hate Crimes Enforce Anti Christian Bias

Yesterday, the New York Times ran a story about two 20-year-olds, and an 18-year-old, who were arrested for stealing statues of baby Jesus from nativity scenes over the past two years. They hit the New York-suburban communities of Suffern and Haverstraw several times in 2005 and 2006. The police said they will not charge them [...]

Senator Joe Bidden: America’s Most Dangerous Politician

If you believe that Jews caused the holocaust, then Senator Joe Biden is your prophet on the issue of domestic violence, writes David R. Usher

Google Did it Again!!

On February 18, 2005, Google.news removed Uruknet.info as a news source, apparently thanks to one Michelle Malkin’s complaints only to reinstate them – following many complaints sent in by readers. Now they’ve done it again

Cheap, safe drug kills most cancers

The drug, dichloroacetate (DCA), has already been used for years to treat rare metabolic disorders and so is known to be relatively safe. It also has no patent, meaning it could be manufactured for a fraction of the cost of newly developed drugs

Amsterdam to get statue to honour prostitutes

Amsterdam’s red-light district will soon get a new attraction: a statue to honour prostitutes around the world. The statue, designed by artist Els Rijerse, will likely be unveiled at the end of March, Dutch news agency ANP reported. “In many countries, prostitutes struggle and people have no respect for them whatsoever. The statue is meant [...]

25 U.S. troops killed in Iraq Saturday

Last Saturday was the deadliest day for U.S. forces in Iraq for two years. It was also the third-highest loss for any single day since the war began in March 2003, with a total of 25 US troops being killed across the country

Israel’s Dark Future

Making predictions in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict might be considered a particularly dangerous form of hubris, but I could hardly have guessed how soon my fears would be realized, writes Jonathan Cook. Now he makes some more predictions

Voice of the White House January 19, 2007

It’s common knowledge that endemic corruption has become the hallmark of the current administration, writes a Beltway insider. And it reaches from the top to the very lowest levels: as witness an email just dropped onto my desk