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We are losing Taliban battle

After a 10-day fact finding trip to Afghanistan, the former shadow home secretary says NATO needs to change its approach. If it doesn’t disaster will surely follow

“Fat & Lean Years” — Will “Joseph Principle” Lead to Communism?

Carl Teichrib (left), a young Manitoba researcher-farmer says the manipulation of calamities to re-make a society can be traced back to Biblical times. The current market meltdown is but the latest example

No Joy in Hooverville

Appearing throughout the U.S., tent cities have become home to many impoverished Americans

McCain Should Explain About Liberty Killings

McCain Should Explain About Liberty Killings

Few Americans know that John McCain’s father was involved in the cover-up of the Israeli assault on the U.S.S. Liberty on June 8, 1967

Is Akko Burning?

There is no alternative: the citizens of Israel, Jews and Arabs, are “condemned” to live together, whether they like it or not

‘War on Iran to spell Israel’s collapse’

Referring to the 2006 Israeli war on Lebanon, former Iranian Defense Minister Admiral Shamkhani (left) said, “Iran would definitely deliver a more devastating blow to Israel than that of Hezbollah”

The Most Mind-Bloggling Cover-Up Ever

More on the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of Austria’s charismatic Jörg Haider

Is Israel’s booming high-tech industry a branch of the Mossad?

80 percent of all American telephone transmissions are conducted by means of Israeli companies and thus, claims a new book, likely to be monitored by Mossad

Going Down with the Ship to the Darkening Deep

You may have heard that whenever a door closes a window opens. You should know that whenever something goes down, something goes up. Whenever the darkness concentrates, the light concentrates somewhere else

Voice of the White House October 17, 2008

A Beltway insider considers the influence of the U.S. military over the supposedly “free press” and other forms of media

US bank losses wipe out years of paper profits

Amid ruins of their own firms and the onset of an economic catastrophe for millions, the bankers are declaring that they have no intention of using the billions in taxpayer money handed them by the government to resume lending any time soon

Haider May Have Been Assassinated

Confirming what many suspect, a VW spokesman claims that someone with access to the Austrian politician’s car keys could have sabotaged the vehicle’s safety features

Iran to mull over military budget hike

Iran’s parliament has been asked to approve an increase in the country’s military budget amid reports that the Pentagon has proposed a $450 billion increase in the already record-high military spending

Pentagon plans ‘spaceplane’ to reach hotspots fast

The stuff of science fiction is rapidly becoming reality

20bn barrel oil discovery puts Cuba in the big league

If confirmed, it puts Cuba’s reserves on par with those of the US

Iran enters next stage of aerial drill

In anticipation of U.S. and/or Israeli air strikes, Iran’s air force entered the second stage of aerial maneuvers Saturday

Crisis may make 1929 look a ‘walk in the park’

As the credit crisis continues, a chorus of economists has begun to warn that the world’s central banks are fighting the wrong war, and perhaps risk a policy error of epochal proportions

Israeli Bestseller Breaks National Taboo

An expert on European history at Tel Aviv University, Dr Sand argues that the idea of Israel as a nation is a myth invented little more than a century ago

While You were Sleeping and Dreaming it was Real

I saw an article in Newsweek yesterday that claimed Christians in India were being abused. It was the sort of dedicated disinfo that gets churned out by lying, agenda driven hacks and in complete contrast to what friends of mine in India are saying

‘We need 30,000 more soldiers to beat Taliban,’ says general

The new head of the British Army says negotiations with the Taliban may be necessary. That being the case however, they should be done from a position of strength requiring a ‘surge’ of an additional 30,000 troops