Taking Stock of Lakhdar Brahimi by Thierry Meyssan Posing as a Third World activist, Lakhdar Brahimi was the last person to host the Vice-President of the Tricontinental, Mehdi Ben Barka, before the latter was mysteriously kidnapped and murdered. Following the independence of Algeria, he was successively secretary-general of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador to […]
Sayan are Jews who live in various countries but offer assistance to the
Israelis particularly the Mossad.
I have a technique that allows me to have fun with the hasbara peddled here and elsewhere without suffering its ipecac-like effects. It is the most ECONOMICAL use for it: why let inedible hasbara that someone put some effort into preparing go to waste just because your mom claimed that you should never play with […]
Franklin Lamb Al-Manar Notes From Damascus Perhaps the next time this observer responds to a request from a graduate student somewhere who writes to him seeking help with research for a Masters or Doctoral thesis on the subject of Palestinian refugees In Lebanon and Syria and the effects of the current crisis in Syria […]
“When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty.” Thomas Jefferson Behind all the arrogance and smugness, Canada’s Stephen Harper is just an insecure petty tyrant. Like any unjust, unconstitutional ruler, he must fight a relentless war against his own country so that he can force […]
Changes to the Mondoweiss comment policy As written by Philip Weiss and Adam Horowitz on October 24, 2012 and deciphered by etominusipi’s 7th-generation Quantum Neural Net Several times in the life of this site, we’ve revised the comments policy so as to progressively cut back on spontaneity and freedom of expression. We’re about to […]