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Ex-Mossad chief asked to return diplomatic passport

After calling plans to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities the “stupidest thing I have ever heard”, Meir Dagan has been asked to return his diplomatic passport immediately

Startling revelations from a Swiss banking insider

Interview conducted in Moscow with a Swiss banking insider reveals more about Bilderberg and the plans of a trans-national moneyed elite

The Chinese Government Is Buying Up Economic Assets And Huge Tracts Of Land All Over The United States

China is going to become even more dominant in the years ahead. Should we all start learning to speak Chinese?

David Cameron and Anglo-Jewish Leaders

Leading Zionist voices growing concern over the increasing numbers of Jews ready “to adopt an anti-Zionist chic”

Let the Dog See the Rabbi

It seems that in the Jewish state dogs are slightly more fortunate than Palestinians

To Know the End from the Beginning.

The Apocalypse is necessary because people have become blinded by desires, appetites and a collective ignorance. And in times of darkness, the man with a flashlight is king

Symbolic Pics of the Week (06/18/11)

Symbolic Pics of the Week (06/18/11)

The Beat goes on, across the world. Yet from country to country the same esoteric symbolism appears

48 Percent Of Americans Believe Another Great Depression Is Likely In The Next 12 Months

19 reasons why they are not completely crazy

The Destabilization of Syria and the Broader Middle East War

The Destabilization of Syria and the Broader Middle East War

Analysis by Michel Chussudovsky, which points to the covert involvement of the U.S., Israel and Turkey in events currently unfolding in Syria

Why does Britain tolerate its leaders? The power of lies, deception and self-delusion

“…our public is afraid of the truth which is in plain sight. We are witnessing the triumph of illusion over reality; of lies over truth; of hope over the death of our economy.”

U.S. in talks with Taliban: Karzai

Having revived Afghanistan’s drug trade after the Taliban all but closed it down in 2001, the U.S. and its allies are now looking for an agreement with the Taliban. One that will no doubt include guarantees to ensure a continued drugs trade

Jewish court sentences dog to death by stoning

The good news is that the condemned dog managed to escape before the sentence was carried out

We can’t tell the victims to leave mass graves in peace

The world is full of mass graves, writes Robert Fisk. But who was behind the ones discovered in Syria this week?

Jews and Their Self-Interest

Gilad Atzmon talks to well- known blogger Philip Weiss

Pakistan accuses NATO of airspace violation

15 drone strikes have been reported in Pakistan since the U.S. allegedly killed bin Laden in early May. In the latest air strike Pakistan claims a NATO jet attacked a military post

Bilderberg 2011 Discussions Leaked Via Moles Inside

Bilderberg 2011 Discussions Leaked Via Moles Inside

Bilderberg is a medium of bringing together financial institutions which are the world´s most powerful and most predatory financial interests. And at this time, it is that combination which is the worst enemy of humanity.

Cognitive Dissonance on Revolution Road

Stay frosty people and keep your eyes open because I suspect something world changing is right around the corner

Midwest Floods: Both Nebraska Nuke Stations threatened

The U.S. could soon be facing not one but two Fukushima type disasters

What’s behind the global bankers’ austerity programs?

Wayne Madsen explains that the real objective is the seizure of public property for corporations

The Reason for Revolution

Unbeknownst to most, Barack Obama and Canada’s Stephen Harper put in place a new national security arrangement in February defined not by national borders, but by a continental view of a “North American perimeter”