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Voice of the White House November 14, 2008

A Beltway insider asks if “racial prejudice” is not behind the growing scepticism over Obama. Given that this writer shares this scepticism and his father is mixed race – not ‘black’ but like the president elect mixed race – we don’t think so

Obama’s Civil Defense Program Resembles Domestic Draft

In newly rediscovered audio interview, Rahm Emanuel describes militarized training aimed at preparing Americans to deal with terrorist attacks

Obama, Stalin and Charlie Manson

All three may have much in common. Ali Sina explains

Threats won’t tame Iran, experts say

Currently formulating a strategy for dealing with Iran, President elect Barack Obama has been advised, “an attack would almost certainly fail”. Will he listen? Or will the hard line Zionists and others who are angling for a war with Iran have their way?

The Specter That Haunts the Death of Litvinenko

On December 1, 2006, three British pathologists, covered from head to toe in white protective suits, stood around a radioactive corpse that had been sealed in plastic for nearly a week. What they discovered during the autopsy is still a state secret

Celente Predicts Revolution, Food Riots, Tax Rebellions By 2012

The man who accurately forecast the 1987 stock market crash and the fall of the Soviet Union is now predicting revolution in America, food riots and tax rebellions – all within four years

America’s Financial Crisis represents a Win-Win Situation for China

Financial Crisis a marker of West’s decline and China’s rise

Iran test-fires new missile, Israel within reach

Iran test fired a new generation of surface-to-surface missile on Wednesday. With a claimed range of 2,000 kilometers, the Sejjil can hit Israel and most U.S. bases in the Gulf

Mossad Measuring the Drapes?

Finally, we hit paydirt on Rahm Emanuel!

Royal Navy in firefight with Somali pirates

British Royal Marines in the first fatal shoot-out on the high seas in living memory, kill three pirates off the coast of Somalia

Obama Drama Osama and al-Qaeda Marching Band

I’ll tell you this about President Obama. If he doesn’t call for a new and thorough investigation into 9/11 then he’s a puppet on a string

The New Kleptocracy

A former Wall Street economist specializing in the balance of payments and real estate at the Chase Manhattan Bank talks about the $800 billion giveaway

Voice of the White House November 10, 2008

More commentary from a Beltway insider

Henry H. Klein - American Anti- Zionist Martyr

Henry H. Klein – American Anti- Zionist Martyr

Henry Makow on one of history’s forgotten heroes and his relevance today, particularly in view of Obama’s election victory

Obama Sending Albright, Leach to Economic Summit

Obama’s true colours are showing. First a hard-core Zionist was appointed White House Chief of Staff, now Madeleine Albright – famous for saying the death of “half a million” children was not too high a price – has been named as an economic emissary

Patriots, Your Country Needs You

Despite being warned by their forebearers, writes a USS Liberty survivor, the U.S. government is about to make America pay the price

Documents linking Iran to nuclear weapons push may have been fabricated

This sounds vaguely familiar. Didn’t similar reports surface in the aftermath of the invasion of Iraq? Only this time, of course, it’s not Iraq but Iran and nobody has launched an attack … yet

Obamania: a collective, frightening madness

True: there wasn’t much of a choice for U.S. voters. But how long will it be before they wake up to what they really voted for. A cynical but sobering assessment from the Cat’s Dream

US military conducts a dozen secret strikes in four years: report

Under the authority of a classified order signed by then-defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld, the U.S. military was free to attack perceived hostile targets anywhere in the world – even in countries not at war with America

‘Putin could return as president in 09′

While Putin’s spokesman has dismissed the report as “pure speculation”, if Russian lawmakers approve proposed changes in legislation, President Medvedev might resign early next year. Leaving Putin free to run for the post