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Israel imprisoning mothers and wives of political prisoners

Kawthar Nofal told PNN that Israeli intelligence has taken to arresting the mothers and wivers of Palestinian political prisoners in order to extract confessions. Nofal, known as Umm Said for her eldest son, said that the idea is to threaten the prisoners by harming their loved ones. Israeli intelligence wants information, and will take what […]

Pull troops out now, says soldier

The BBC broadcast a rare show of dissent late Monday night when it interviewed a British soldier recently returned from Iraq

Will US sell Israel more smart bombs for a new war on Lebanon?

Is the U.S. military is seeking congressional approval to sell 3,000 so-called smart bombs to Israel in anticipation of another Israeli strike into Lebanon this summer?

Cho Seung-hui and the Not So Secret School

Last May, Michael Kennedy, a student at Westfield High School in Virginia, went on a shooting rampage at a police station, killing two officers before being fatally shot himself. Authorities consider this just a “horrible coincidence”. Or was it?

Betty Friedan: The Making of a Woman Hater

Betty Friedan: The Making of a Woman Hater

In our upside-down world, failures and crazies become prophets. Henry Makow takes a revealing look at one of the founders of modern feminism

George Washington strikes a familiar pose?

George Washington strikes a familiar pose?

Challenger tank “damaged” by Iraq roadside bomb

Long considered near invulnerable in Iraq, a 62 ton British Challenger tanks has been badly damaged and one of its crew seriously injured after an Improvised Explosive Device detonated close to it

Humans in secret radioactive tests

Official documents reveal volunteers drank and inhaled infected material to assess contamination risks in Britain’s nuclear industry during the 1960′s

9/11 Flight 93 Rare Footage

Do you see a crashed Boeing? Before it could be edited: initial news footage from United Flight 93’s crash site. This footage was never repeated again on television. Also note the shill in the comments section

Voice of the White House April 20, 2007

The real story this week concerns the collapse of the BlackBerry system on a national level, writes a Beltway insider. This was the direct result of Israeli-owned US firms’ technological probings into American top-secret communications network

Sources: Feds Ordered VA Police To Stand Down

Why did another “lone gun nut” manage to kill so many? Because local authorities were told to not to pursue killer after the first two deaths, leaving him free to record a video, send it to NBC and then go on to kill another 30 more

Inaction of Officials “Unfathomable”

A former “long-term” university police officer, has questioned why police did not immediately seal off the campus on the morning of the VA Tech shootings. Says the whole episode looks like a “black-op”

The Nuclear Bunker Buster

Animation from the Union of Concerned Scientists illustrating the dangers and drawbacks in using nuclear bunker busting bombs against Iran’s underground nuclear facilities

Troop Surge May Be Extended in Iraq

The Pentagon is laying the groundwork to extend the U.S. troop buildup in Iraq . At the same time, the administration is warning Iraqi leaders that the boost in forces could be reversed if political reconciliation is not evident by summer. This approach underscores the central difficulty facing President Bush . If political progress is […]

MONEY SUPPLY AND THE PRIVATE BANKING SYSTEM

Private banking interests have usurped all government authority in money supply decisions, virtually across the globe, making the bankers – not our elected representatives – the real powers that be

Former Mossad chief: Kill Ahmadinejad

As Iran’s nuclear program progresses apace, the former head of Mossad, Meir Amit has called for Ahmadinejad’s assassination

British Criminal Cold War Experiments

A brief history of the London Cage and how the British Government conducted experiments on its own people, which resulted in cancer for many, under the guise of fighting the Cold War

Cancer clusters at phone masts

Seven clusters of cancer and other serious illnesses have been discovered around mobile phone masts, raising concerns over the technology’s potential impact on health. Studies of the sites show high incidences of cancer, brain haemorrhages and high blood pressure within a radius of 400 yards of mobile phone masts. One of the studies, in Warwickshire, […]

U.S.-Iran: this is not a chess game

No, it’s more like a game of chicken: where two drivers are both headed for a single lane bridge from opposite directions. The first to swerve yields the bridge to the other and loses the game

BBC reporter ‘is still alive’

Despite claims that he had been killed and fuelling speculation that he might even have staged his own abduction, Palestinian security sources confirm abducted reporter is alive