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The Last Americans

December 28th 2012 marks the 122nd Anniversary of the U.S. massacre of Native Americans at Wounded Knee. The United States of America was founded upon genocide, amassed a fortune from slavery and now sustains its weakened edifice through rape and armed robbery. Its presidents, with a few honourable exceptions, were Rothschild appointed stooges: obedient, homicidal […]

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I’m So Glad We’ve Got Gilad

The attack on Gilad Atzmon by the UK Palestine Community Network, relayed on Ali Abunimah’s blog, is a depressing reminder that an influential section of Palestinian opinion has accepted the narrative about Israel-Palestine preferred by most (supposed) pro-Palestinian Jews. That is, of course their right. There is an argument for saying that Zionism is a […]

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The Writing on the (Apartheid) Wall

History has proven that the more recent the wall, the faster the collapse of the regime that built it. 1803: Rothschild funded British invaders conquer the land of India and build the Salt-Tax or Salt-Hedge wall across the country. 137 years later, the British are defeated and retreat. 1830: Rothschild funded French invaders conquer Algeria […]

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Keeping Palestine Solidarity Campaign Anti-Racist!!

Following a motion adopted at Palestine Solidarity Campaign’s Extraordinary General Meeting on the evening of 7th April 2013 (Yom HaShoah), an Ethics Sub-Committee has been established composed of the following six members: Toni Grimmstein (Chair), Stephen Cohen, Simon Gold, Rick Silverman, Zeb Horowitz and Aaron Levin. The Sub-Committee is charged with ensuring that PSC remains […]

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Something Odd About Reports From Syria

In his recent post, ‘Know Your Limits: Syria,’ Craig Murray wrote: ‘An important rule of good blogging is not to comment on matters which you do not understand. An important rule of my own life is not to try to understand everything, as no one man can.’ And that’s from an ex-diplomat who, even if […]

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‘Wandering Who?’ Reading Group

On 7th February 2012 Ben Mullins, Brenda Brown, Francis Clark-Lowes, Penny and Jim Porter and Valerie Phillips (Phil) gathered in Brighton, UK, to discuss the Foreword and Chapter 1 of The Wandering Who? (Winchester and Washington DC, Zero Books, 2011). According to your point of view, this work is either ‘a fascinating and provocative book […]

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