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Did Zim Shipping Have Advance Knowledge of 9/11 Attacks?

An Israeli shipping company whose vessel now sits unloaded for a third straight day in Oakland, CA has a peculiar past that raises questions about possible foreknowledge of the September 11 attacks. That, at least, is the gist of a report published earlier this year by Veterans Today, which says that Zim Israeli-American Shipping, the […]

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The Blood Drippings of OY

This is an article I posted back in February, but since we seem to be on the verge of watching Iraq torn apart, with the establishment of a Sunni “caliphate” in a portion of the nation (a development which in essence would be the culmination to fruition of the Yinon Plan, at least for this […]

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Human Rights Watch Calls this an ‘Apparent’ War Crime

Gee, thanks, Human Rights Watch. We never would have guessed. Despite the video evidence, and despite the report released yesterday by HRW, Israel continues to insist that live ammunition wasn’t fired. Or in other words, “That’s our lie and we’re sticking to it.” Here are a few choice excerpts from the report: Video footage clearly […]

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Do They Worship Jews or Jesus?

Zionist Jews are launching an organized assault upon a new Presbyterian divestment measure—and not surprisingly some Church members are siding with them… By Richard Edmondson Recently Israeli media published a report about a US Christian couple, Chad and Libby McJunkin, who, along with their ten children, converted to Orthodox Judaism. In doing so, they have […]

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The Holocaust Religion’s New Offshoot

By Richard Edmondson To considerable media fanfare, the National September 11 Memorial Museum held a dedication ceremony on Thursday, May 15 and plans to open its doors to the general public this coming Wednesday, May 21. The new museum pledges itself to “demonstrating the consequences of terrorism on individual lives and its impact on communities […]

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World Jewry vs. Russia

By Richard Edmondson World Jewry, or at least a substantial portion of it, has declared war on Russia. Jewish-controlled media, from the New York Times to the Washington Post to Tablet Magazine, have all launched vitriolic attacks against Vladimir Putin. The sole exception seems to be the Jewish Daily Forward, normally a voice of reason […]

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Send a Quenelle to AIPAC

By Richard Edmondson Send a quenelle to AIPAC for the cavalier bigotry of supporting an apartheid state; Send a quenelle to AIPAC for the insane violence of Israeli settlers, for the fields burned and olive trees destroyed, the price tag attacks, homes raided, the children taken in the middle of the night—send a quenelle for […]

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The ‘Jewish Covenant with God,’ According to Pope Francis

Originally posted on Fig Trees and Vineyards The supposed “covenant” establishing the Jews as God’s “chosen people”—and particularly Pope Francis’ recently-articulated position on this—has been the subject of a very lively online discussion over the past week or so. Francis is quite possibly the most philo-Semitic pope in history, and in November of 2013 he […]

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We Are Closing Our Apologies

We Are Closing Our Apologies A locked and boarded department store A bakery that is no more— This is how, it seems to me, Christians close their apologies. An end to the never-ending, A glance up high into the trees, Terminus to condescending, The songbirds’ mouths now all shut, The vessel empty, the cord is […]

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ICRC Becomes Latest Target in Jewish Attack

Last week it was famed author Alice Walker, accused of anti-Semitism by the ADL. Now it seems the International Committee of the Red Cross has come under Jewish attack as well. The ICRC’s presumed sin? One of its representatives, or more precisely a representative from an affiliated organization, attended a tree planting ceremony. The event […]

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ADL Slams New Book By Alice Walker

All authors should be as fortunate as Alice Walker—I mean, really? What better public endorsement for a newly-published book can one encounter that to find it has been severely criticized and denounced by the Anti-Defamation League? Certainly this would be the case if the book is about Palestine, and this one has a whole section […]

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Memorializing Jewish Suffering—Holo Museums Proliferate Over America

  The JTA published an interesting article yesterday headlined, “Nearly 70 Years After Liberation, Holocaust Memorials Continue to Proliferate.” And indeed, ‘proliferate’ seems to be the key word. The story discusses groundbreaking for a new holocaust memorial to be built in Des Moines, Iowa, a town with a Jewish population of just 2,800. Nonetheless, local […]

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Judaization of America Reaching Absurd Levels

Did you know the US State Department has a “Special Envoy on the Holocaust”? Did you know they are now throwing Yiddish words into the national spelling bee? Did you know that public radio stations recently broadcast a 50-minute feature highlighting the fact that Superman’s creator was Jewish and that the original comic book character […]

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Church of Scotland Approves Revised Report on Occupation of Palestine

At its annual General Assembly, which concluded today, the Church of Scotland “overwhelmingly accepted” a revised version of its report, “The Inheritance of Abraham?” that so aroused Jewish ire earlier this month. As I noted previously, the revised version was considerably watered down from the original, yet still retained the report’s key conclusions: that the […]

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Adl Petulence at Stephen Hawking

Petulance on the High Seas: ADL Slams Stephen Hawking Over Boycott Decision

Earlier this week renowned British physicist Stephen Hawking made a decision based upon conscience. That decision was to honor the academic boycott against Israel and to decline an invitation to attend the Presidential Conference, an event held each year in Israel that normally draws a prestigious crowd of attendees. However, instead of simply respecting Professor […]

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Magazine Publisher Rejects Advertiser for Being ‘Anti-Israel’

The Empire Behind World’s Largest History Magazine Chain: How American History Magazine Censored Palestine By Alison Weir It all started out simply enough. The nonprofit Council for the National Interest, of which I am president, recently tried to buy an advertisement in American History magazine. The ad was to promote a new book by CNI’s founder, former […]

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America—The Second Jewish State

                By Richard Edmondson What exactly is the “Iron Dome Missile Defense System”? The commonly held view is that it’s a US technological achievement made available to Israel. But it is growing increasingly difficult these days to determine exactly where to draw the line between “US technology” and […]

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A CIA Experiment in Mass Brainwashing

On November 18, 1978, more than 900 people died in the jungle of Guyana at a place called Jonestown, a religious settlement founded and led by the Rev. Jim Jones. The mainstream media—at the time, and still to this day—have portrayed what happened there as a mass suicide by followers of a maniacal cult leader, […]

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The Shul is a $6 million synagogue in West Bloomfield, MI that also functions, technically, as a college campus—for the Michigan Jewish Institute, a Chabad school that has grown rich through the federal government’s Pell Grant program. Pictured standing in front is Dov Stein, the MJI’s head of academics.

Will America Become the Next Jewish State? (Some Would Say It Already Is)

With Jewish power in America standing at unprecedented levels, it is only natural we should begin to see Jews reap gains and benefits disproportionately greater than those available to other segments of the population. Take college Pell Grants, for instance. Administered by the US Department of Education, the Federal Pell Grant Program provides grants to […]

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