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Secular ethics is appropriate for 21st century: HH the Dalai Lama

  Dharamshala: – His Holiness the Dalai Lama was welcomed into the council chamber of the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council, Leh (LAHDC) on 15 July, where His Holiness heard about the hardships the Ladakhi people have overcome and spoke of the importance of secular ethics in modern education. The Chief Executive Councillor, Rigzin Spalbar […]

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The Dementedness Destroying Israel

“They were conquerors, and for that you want only brute force nothing to boast of, when you have it, since your strength is just an accident arising from the weakness of others. They grabbed what they could get for the sake of what was to be got. It was just robbery with violence, aggravated murder […]

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Seize the moment!

Seize the moment! They want war? Then launch a full-blown BDS assault on Israel and its supporters There was never a better moment for the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) movement to mass-mobilise for a mega-campaign to not only impact more heavily on the lawless Israeli state but also unmask those in business and public […]

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Dead teenagers: Netanyahu’s criminal settlement policy put them in harm’s way

The BBC, that paragon of broadcasting, repeatedly fails to give the necessary context when reporting events in occupied Palestine. The rest of the mainstream media are equally guilty but we still tend to look to the BBC as the standard setter, a lofty position from which it has slid a long way recently. In its […]

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UK Methodists still half-hearted about BDS

“We’ll continue dialogue and engage prayerfully” The UK Methodist conference has ducked the opportunity to extend BDS to the whole of Israel. They are content to limit it to firms that operate in the illegally-occupied Palestinian territories for the time being. They sidestepped a proposal to “strengthen the Church’s commitment to Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions […]

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UK Methodist conference: Will Jewish meddlers dictate church policy?

UK Methodist conference: Will Jewish meddlers be allowed to dictate church policy? At its conference four years ago the Methodist Church in the UK set a brave example. It voted to boycott products from Israeli settlements in Occupied Palestine, regarded as illegal under international law, and to encourage Methodists across Britain to do the same. […]

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Five Questions and Answers about “Call to Arms” in Iraq.

On Friday the 13th Ayatollah Ali Sisitani’s representative, Mortaza Kishmiri, urged Iraqis to take up arms in order to defend their country and protect religious Shrines. Since then, many Shia, both men and women, put on military uniforms and joined the Iraqi Army. This article aims to answers five important questions about what is going […]

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Timid US Presbyterians shun BDS and let Israel off the hook

Timid US Presbyterians punish American companies, shun BDS and let Israel off the hook Pro-Palestinian campaigners are cock-a-hoop over the Presbyterian Church USA’s vote to divest from Caterpillar Inc, Hewlett-Packard and Motorola Solutions. Hailed as amazing, brave and miraculous in some quarters, it was actually a very close-run thing: 310 to 303 against, with no […]

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Pope Francis — Interfaith to the Hilt

Pope Francis has taken his ‘interfaith’ campaign to a new level — one could call it religious miscegenation — with his recent statements that lead credence to the widespread suspicions that he is embarked on a mission to judeaize the Vatican and indeed the Catholic dogma. In an exclusive interview withe Barcelona daily La Vanguardia, […]

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Coexistence with Goyim — Jewish Viewpoints

Recently the new chief rabbi of Krakow made a statement he later tried to retract claiming it was a lie of ‘blood libel,’ not aware that he had been recorded. His statement expresssed his conviction that all Goyim are anti-semites. “This shouldn’t come as news, anyone who lives out [of Israel] can tell you the history […]

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Does Pope Francis Pray For Zionism?

This article is reproduced from historian Robert Faurisson’s   blog.   Does Pope Francis Pray For Zionism? by Robert Faurisson During his visit to Israel at the end of May 2014 Pope Francis (Jorge Bergoglio in his secular life) placed a small stone on the grave of Theodor Herzl (1860-1904), author of   The Jewish State (1896) […]

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The Jewish Hand in the World Wars Part 1

The Jewish Hand in the World Wars, Part 1 This article is reproduced for this website from the website Inconvenient History. Reading it from the source website will also provide you with the associated photos that I haven’t added here. Speaking after the war, on 4 July 1922, Churchill argued for full implementation of the […]

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Who Is the Real Pope Francis I?

Who Is the Real Pope Francis I? Pope Francis I has been portrayed in chorus by the Western media as a champion of “Liberation Theology” committed to global poverty alleviation. Pope Francis has urged world leaders to challenge “all forms of injustice” and resist the “economy of exclusion… the throwaway culture, … and the “culture […]

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Bahrain anti-Shia policy takes sombre turn as children become targets

As most of the world’s media remain forever silent before the atrocities and infringement on human rights which Bahrain regime imposes on its people, Shia Rights Watch – prominent rights organization in the defence of the world Shia community – strongly condemned King Hamad bin Issa Al Khalifa for allowing the judicial authorities to persecute […]

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Freak Shows in Cultural Marxism

The Bearded Woman Wins the Eurovision Festival Competition [Ed. Note: The Scandinavian countries, as noted by Deliberation contributors in several places and elsewhere, lead the way in the Western world’s march of cultural marxism to make the Orwellian nightmare a reality: up is down, war is humanitarian intervention, traditional cultural values and Christian and Islamic morality represent […]

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No one knows Tibet better than the Tibetan people

Dharamshala: – The Communist regime of China in February said it will win the West’s opinion regarding Tibet, vowing with unusual language to ignore international pressure on the Tibet crisis. This includes a disregard for the decades of widespread and gross human rights abuses in the region. “As China becomes more involved in international affairs, […]

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The Way to Peace In Ukraine

The Way to Peace in Ukraine is the title of an article in L’Osservatore Romano. Subtitle: Pope Francis’ Preoccupation with the  grave situation in the country. I rushed to read the Pope’s solution, the “way.” It is this: Pope Francis is concerned about the “grave situation” in Ukraine. Thus at the end of the [customary] […]

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Sincerity and Multiculturalism

Two exponents of “multiculturalism” from opposite ends of the spectrum — one an avowed progressive, secular Jew (“Left”) actively propagandizing in favor of unlimited immigration, the other an Israeli rabbi living on the West Bank (“Right”) who applauds the loss of national and Christian identity of European nations, concur that Jews should view (indeed enable) turning the […]

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Meet Dave – your Christian Dyno-Rod

But don’t expect him to unblock the Holy Land sewer Over the Easter holidays the UK’s prime minister, David Cameron, was on his knees “doing God” in the run-up to European elections. And he sparked a great commotion in the media by claiming Britain is “a Christian country”. Cameron wrote in the Church Times : […]

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Happy Passover!

Passover starts today. What’s the best Passover gift ever? Eretz Israel cleansed of Goyim. The Divine Collector of Prepuces, with whom the Jews have an unbreakable bond, should make it happen already to prove that He is indeed a dependable all-powerful ally. If not, the competition –the Holocaust worship — will  take over entirely. Passover […]

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Hail to the Saker!

It is not often that a new voice breaks through in the alternative media with as much distinction, originality, humanism, wide-ranging expertise, originality, depth of perception, fine analysis of the political iron fillings forming patterns around the large magnets, and above all honesty as that of the “Saker.” He calls his blog Vineyard of the […]

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Why I Don’t Care for the Jews

Why I don’t care for the Jews [This article by John Friend is the strongest indictment of the Jewish identity I have ever come across in English. In French a similar exposé has been made by Hervé Ryssen (video below) from a position not unlike that of Kevin McDonald. Calling John Friend an “anti-semite” will […]

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Everything You Have Been Taught Is A Lie

Everything You Have Been Taught Is A Lie – 1942 At a mass meeting in Prague, 200,000 Czechs pledge loyalty to their homeland and to the German Reich. I read that somewhere a while ago and it has really made an impact on the way I think. This statement is continuously proven correct. Where do […]

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Chinese colonialism in Tibet causes cultural identity crisis

Dharamshala: – Many argue that there are two important reasons for China to invade Tibet: The first being the ability to access the vast amount of natural resources from the Himalayan region. The second is to have a buffer of land separating China from every possible threat. Although many people still struggle with these reasons […]

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Queen Esther Competition — A proposal

Israel holds a Miss Holocaust Survivor competition, “designed to help the contestants and the survivors watching to come to grips with their survival and boost their self-esteem.” I was impressed to read that the pageant’s organizers on this occasion were The International Christian Embassy, a pro-Israel evangelical organization that partners with Helping Hand for a […]

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Purim and Talmudic Thinking

What is Purim? Funny you should ask. Timely question. ‘Tis the Jewish season to be merry. “First and foremost, Purim is fun: joyous, boisterous, madcap. But even hilarity must fit within a framework.” So says the Society for Humanistic Judaism, an organization for non-religious Jews (when are Jews ever not organized, be it as Vegetarian Jews […]

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Purim Embraces Diversity

Purim Children Book Goes Lesbian The Jewish religious holiday of Purim is around the corner. The Jewish children are receiving ‘The Purim Superhero’, a children story book as a gift from the PJ Library. It’s the first Jewish children’s book with LGBT characters. Elizabeth Kushner, the author of ‘The Purim Superhero’, is a lesbian Jewish […]

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The Criminal Tribe

The Criminal Tribe A criminal mind is a threat to society. A whole criminal tribe preying upon the population amongst which they live is an exponentially magnified threat in its time, and exponentially multiplied if it has evolved a systematic transmission of its criminal craft through generations and it binds its members with a supporting […]

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the immortal mullah nasruddin

1 One day it happened that a renowned philosopher and moralist was travelling through Nasruddin’s village and asked him if he could recommend a good place to have lunch. Nasruddin suggested somewhere and the scholar, desirous of conversation to accompany his repast, invited the Mullah to join him. Much obliged, Nasruddin guided the scholar to […]

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The Pope Should Get Cracking!

Is the Pope thinking what I thought when I saw this? POPE’S HARLEY DAVIDSON SMASHES EXPECTATIONS AT PARIS AUCTION The 2013 Harley DavidsonSuper Glide Custom A 1,585cc Harley-Davidson Dyna Super Glide, donated to Pope Francis last year and signed by him on its tank, is displayed ahead of Bonham’s sale of vintage and classic cars, […]

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Saffron Terror: Israel’s monks target Rohingya Muslims to Destabilize China.

Myanmar–Burma, Arakan region, Rakhine state, 15th January 2014: Buddhist monks massacred 35 Rohingya Muslims, 30 of whom were local girls aged between 12-17. There were over 800,000 Muslims living in Rakhine, which has now been turned into a lawless Suddetenland cut off from the rest of the country. State sanctioned lynch mobs have martyred many […]

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Let Zarathustra Speak!

Defeat the Forces of Darkness! Happy Sadeh! Iranian Zoroastrians celebrate Sadeh, an ancient Persian festival. Sadeh celebrates 50 days before the new Iranian year or Nowruz. Sadeh in Persian means “hundred” and refers to one hundred days and nights past the end of summer. Sadeh is a mid-winter festival that was celebrated with grandeur and […]

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First Soviet Government Was Overwhelmingly Jewish, Says Russian President

From the website INSTITUTE FOR HISTORICAL REVIEW (http://www.ihr.org/) So, it turns out another “NAZI lie” is true. It was only a few months ago that I was discussing this subject with an acquaintance at the coffee shop we go to. My friend is a communist and cultural Marxist. We were discussing something and I said […]

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Palestinians’ Limited Understanding of Truth

The concept of “Truth” is a great divider. On the one side are the Palestinians (Muslims and Christians), and on the other the Jews, in Israel as well as in the “diaspora.” The Palestinian, or non-Jewish, concept of truth is limited by the radical and fanatically held notion that a statement, claim, or historical account […]

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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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Freud and the Jewish War on the West

  Veterans Today’s Jonas E. Alexis is one of the most distinguished American columnists of today. His wide-ranging essays on religion, politics, history, and culture are always superbly written, meticulously researched and  highly informative. In this essay he documents and dissects Freud’s intentional and sustained acerbic assault on the Western culture (its very soul, as […]

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