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Potential Obama VP Is Pro-War, Pro-Patriot Act Neo-Con

The man who’s tipped to be Obama’s running mate has not only served on the neocon Committee for the Liberation of Iraq, which helped promote the Iraq invasion, he has also attended Bilderberg meetings

NATO general says Pakistan chaos emboldens Taliban

Although he doesn’t say in as many words, the commander of Nato forces in Afghanistan has effectively admitted that the Taliban now has the upper hand. As we predicted, this was a lost war right from very the start

Witness to a Miracle

Ricky Randolph’s Near Death Experience

Obama picks Biden for vice president

The head of the US Senate’s Foreign Relations Committee will help Obama’s campaign counter criticism that he lacks foreign policy experience

U.S. Sees Much to Fear in a Hostile Russia

More than just upping arms sales to anti-American states, this web site believes that the next 12 to 18 months could see the possibility of military confrontation with Russia become reality

Aaron Russo – Freedom Fighter

A few words on the life of Aaron Russo, who went from being nightclub owner and movie producer to political activist who exposed much of the elite’s hidden adenda. Includes video link

The US missile defence system is the magic pudding that will never run out

George Monbiot argues that Poland is just the latest to fall for an American foreign policy primarily geared to make rich rewards for defence contractors

Crunch Time

Is global warming quite what it’s made out to be and is it an entirely a product of modern man? Tara Brown talks to one scientist who disputes the general consensus

Voice of the White House August 18, 2008

If Russia were to attack Poland or the Ukraine today, writes a Beltway insider, all Bush could do would be to run into his White House bunker and soil his pants whille Cheney hid in his own Command Bunker and shouted threats into the chemical toilet

The Snatch

The former Israeli paratrooper looks at recent events in the Caucasus in the light of the Manchu Incident: a combat reconnaisance mission undertaken by the Japanese in the 1930’s when they were soundly beaten by Soviet General Zhukov

War on Terror boardgame branded criminal by police

Police in Belfast seized and confiscated a board game because, we suspect, it made fun of and trivialised one of the major ruses being used to lead us into a New World Order

Don’t Forget Yugoslavia

All that was hidden shall be revealed, it is said, and the secrets of the war in Yugoslavia are finally emerging: telling us more about how the modern world is really run

U.S. puts brakes on Israeli plan for attack on Iran nuclear facilities

In an unexpected development, the US has reportedly refused an Israeli request for military hardware to assist with a strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities, while warning against such an attack

The Prophecies of the Righteous Mitar Tarabich

First recorded in the 1850’s, many of his prophecies have already come to pass, including WWII. Others more ominous still have yet to be realised

Resurgent Taleban kill 10 French troops and assault US base

Once one of the world’s foremost exporters, the Taleban effectively shut down Afghanistan’s drugs trade. With western intervention however, Afghanistan’s drug trade is now flourishing and these deaths are the price

Crises in the Caucus: What were they smoking in the White House?

Whatever they were smoking it was based on a recipe for strife and confrontation. Eric Margolis explains

AIPAC ADL Zionist control of America

U.S. foreign policy is dominated by Israel’s interests, entirely to America’s detriment. A few informed commentators proffer their insights into a situation that the average American is largely unaware of

Biased broadcast? Moscow accuses U.S. TV of gagging victims’ stories

U.S. Network TV has again been accused of bias, after a 12-year-old girl and her aunt who were caught up in the chaos in South Ossetia were cut short after they praised Russia and blamed Saakashvilli for the violence

Israel: Good for America?

Zionism, militarism and the decline of American power: a synopsis of James Petras latest book

Iran sparks U.S. concern with satellite rocket launch

The launch has triggered fresh concern in Washington over Iran’s ballistic missile capability while the head of Israel’s space agency sought to play down its significance. Includes link to video of launch