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USA Thwarts Israeli Attack on Iran

In two carefully coordinated events, the USA put an end to Israel’s plan to attack Iran. On March 28, 2012, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak publicly praised himself and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta: The decision [to cancel the attack] was the result of contacts between the [Israeli] Defense Ministry and the Pentagon.” At that moment, […]

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The Zionist Cuckoos in Christianity’s Nest

  If you are as puzzled as I am how a true Christian could possibly be taken in by Zionism, a short paper on the phenomenon is available from Sadaka “The destiny of the Jewish people is to return to the land of Israel and reclaim their inheritance promised to Abraham and his descendants […]

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Circumcision debate in Sweden part 1

These Jewish Intellectuals – Do They Never Look in the Mirror? “Behind the Mask of Humanity” is the title of an article in SvD (second biggest morning daily in Sweden), 12 January 2012, written by the Jewish professor Lars Dencik. He questions former leader of the liberal party Bengt Westerberg’s motives for wishing to ban […]

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Deir Yassin Day 2012

The 64th anniversary of the Deir Yassin Massacre, April 9th 1948 Commemorations: The General Union of Palestinian Students & Deir Yassin Remembered (UK) Monday April 23rd London Moment of Commemoration led by Abu Ashraf Deir Yassin resident, aged 8, April 1948 Deir Yassin Remembered (US) Monday April 9th Deir Yassin Memorial 9 Mile Point, Geneva, […]

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I Left My Heart in Palestine – 2012

The Phil Monsour Band performing I left my heart in Palestine Brisbane in 2011. The song is on the new album Ghosts of Deir Yassin to be released April 2012. I Left My Heart in Palestine Standing at the checkpoint You were coming home from work Our eyes met we laughed about how the soldiers […]

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The War on Trevor

‘The War on Trevor’ UK tour

with variations on a theme by Joseph Haydn Beat poet adventurer strays beyond the bounds of singer songwriter’ MOJO Haunting tunes & striking lyrics… yearningly pretty &  bittersweet.’ The Independent An incandescent new presence with superior lyrics.’ The Guardian Lovely, poetic, with poise and bite wrapped in a protest singer’s conscious. ’Daily Mail The War […]

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Israel secures Azerbaijan Airbases for Iran War

The Israelis have bought an airfield,” an official said, “and the airfield is called Azerbaijan.” said senior ‘un-named’ US officials The past two days has seen conflicting reports emerging regarding Israel allegedly securing 4 airbases in Baku, in Azerbaijan. If true this would significantly enhance Israel’s ability to wage war on Iran. Baku is less […]

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Jewish Supremacy

Paideia for All or just for “The Chosen”?

Can a Jewish culture institute help save Europe at a time when alleged questions of integration are increasingly causing disagreement in many countries? The word, or rather the concept, paideia, comes from ancient Greece. It was a system of learning,  complete with instructions, and aimed at giving students enough cultural general knowledge for them to […]

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Futile posturing at the 2012 Seoul Nuclear Security Summit

US President Barack Obama says he is pushing for “a world without nuclear weapons.” Disingenuously lumping together the nuclear-armed state of North Korea and nuclear-weapon-free Iran, Mr Obama claimed that a “new international norm” was emerging to deal with their “intransigence”. Perversely turning a blind eye towards the West’s double standards and special allowances for […]

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The Fight Against Fascism in Brighton and the South Coast

by Jay Knott, with input from Francis Clark-Lowes Tony Greenstein is a campaigner for the unemployed, the homeless, etc.. He’s been involved for decades in helping the poor in England’s progressive capital, Brighton. He is also involved in more complicated issues like anti-fascism and Palestine solidarity. He follows Lenni Brenner’s discovery that the Nazis co-operated […]

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The Massacre of the Afghan 17 & the Obama Cover-Up

The March 11 Massacre of the 17 Afghan citizens, including at least nine children and four women, raises many fundamental issues about the nature of a colonial war, the practices of a colonial army engaged in a prolonged (eleven-year) occupation and the character of an imperial state as it commits war crimes and increasingly relies […]

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Gilad Atzmon

Gilad Atzmon interviewed by Eugene Puyear

In this video of the 15th March 2012, Eugene Puyear interviews Gilad Atzmon from his recent American Grass roots tour.  He covers all the usual suspects, AIPAC, LFI, CFI & Jewish Lobbying in general. As usual he makes some controversial claims. He makes the point that AIPAC is the single greatest threat to America’s stability […]

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Israel’s occupation: Who is most “out of touch with reality”?

If more proof was needed (some of us think it isn’t) that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu lives in a fantasy world that exists only in his own deluded mind, his latest verbal assault on the UN Human Rights Council for its decision to appoint and despatch an independent international fact-finding mission “to investigate the implications […]

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