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Israelis By Chance ‘Discover’ Gold Coins and Other Archaeological Treasures

It seems that Israelis are rather remarkably blessed with good fortune these days. Within a month of each other, two amazing archaeological discoveries have been uncovered in the Jewish state–not by means of an archaeological dig or excavation, but simply happened upon by chance, we are told. Back in February, approximately 2,000 gold coins were […]

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Vicious Attack on “Climate Denier”

SUNDAY / FEBRUARY 22, 2015 NY Times: Deeper Ties to Corporate Cash for Doubtful Climate Researcher By JUSTIN GILLIS and JOHN SCHWARTZ Newly released documents show the extent of the links between corporate interests and the published work of Wei-Hock Soon, a Smithsonian-affiliated scientist who has tried to debunk the consensus about global warming. REBUTTAL […]

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Palestine is evocative

Palestine Clive Hambidge and Soraya Boyd Evocative Palestine. Just to think of Palestine is evocative. From the lush orange orchards to the laden olive groves, many examples could be provided to confirm the fact that prior to the creation of Israel,  Palestinian society thrived in all areas of human endeavour.  The splendour of Jaffa was […]

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Cultural Marxism and the Slippery Slope by Mike King

WEDNESDAY / JANUARY 7, 2015 NY Times: Same-Sex Pairs in Florida Say Jubilant ‘I Dos’ By LIZETTE ALVAREZ and NILA DO SIMON Only six years ago, Florida passed a constitutional amendment ban on gay marriage, garnering 62 percent of the vote. REBUTTAL BY The Homo-Slimes never misses an opportunity to shove the sodomite lifestyle down […]

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Jewish Hollywood D&R Formula

Jewish Hollywood D&R Formula

On reading Richard Edmondson’ article about Rogan and Goldberg’s movie “The Interview,” it occurred to me that the Jewish Hollywood’s standard “Demonize and Ridicule” — D&R — of attacking their targets has deep and direct roots in the Jewish psyche. To straight-thinking people it seems logically impossible to demonize and ridicule anything at the same […]

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Britain to Abandon War on Drugs

Recently Britain and Italy decided to declare the estimated value of Drugs and Prostitution and declare it in their GDP, contributing 10 Billion Pounds in the UK. This despite the fact the Britain has relatively backward drug laws when compared to the rest of Europe. France however has chosen not to follow the new EU […]

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A long struggle for freedom of Tibet: We must remember the martyrs

Dharamshala: – The military-dominated regime of China has, for decades, occupied and oppressed Tibet and its people. Major cities and counties of Tibet, eastern to central have become more like Tibetan prisons. China’s iron-fist policy is a virtual fortress; our brothers and sisters face gross violations of human rights as a continuing fixture of the […]

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Effects of colonialism and dictatorism on Tibet’s past and present

Dharamshala: – The challenge of Human Rights campaigners around the world is to reflect on the commitments of past generations who worked so hard and sacrificed everything to bring Democracy, freedom and human values to the people of today. Tibetans in their own home country have become victims of deep-seated prejudice. Carefully created hardline policies […]

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Beheading Bonanza Begets Istanbullywood

Beheading Bonanza Begets Istanbullywood

I have received a request to review the trailer of a Turkish TV drama series of the Islamic terrorism subgenre produced in February 2014 by the large and growing Turkish movie industry dubbed Istanbullywood. The Turkish TV drama was called Valley of the Wolves and it has been well received by the public. According to wikipedia, […]

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