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Three(ish) New Reads – March

Philip Roddis Just two reads this month. (You’ll see why when you clock the word count of the first...

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Occupation By COVID: Palestine As a Viral Export, 2020

Michael Lesher As the year 2020 expires in an embattled welter of politicized suffering, I feel I need to...

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The War is OVER…Globocap Triumphs!

CJ Hopkins OK, so, that was not cool. For one terrifying moment there, it actually looked like GloboCap was...

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36 MSM Voices Reported Explosions on 9/11

Ted Walter and Graeme MacQueen The widely held belief that the Twin Towers collapsed as a result of the...

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Medical Martial Law: Liberalism’s Final Capitulation

The cause of death for the liberal class, as Chris Hedges tells us, was gullibility. Liberals were foolish...

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Three New Reads – May

As I had last month, I’d wanted in my three reads this month to start addressing the alarming bellicosity...

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COVID19 and the Left: an Ignored Civil Rights Crisis

Michael Lesher Reading op-eds these days about the grim progress of COVID-19 through the United States, I sometimes have...

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Official Secrets, Lies and the Five Eyes

David Macilwain Is Putin losing his grip? Why did Russian disinformation operations fail so dramatically in the UK election?...

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The Kurds in Syria

Philip Roddis Attempts by Third World leaders to establish independent control of their economies, in preference to their economies...

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Nuclear War: Just Another Day

Colin Todhunter Catastrophic events that send the world into turmoil happen on ‘just another day’. The atom bomb that...

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Newspeak at the Media Freedom Conference

Kit Knightly

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30 years after Tiananmen Square, the U.S. is still trying to destabilize China

Max Parry Last month marked three decades since the conclusion of the 1989 Tiananmen Square demonstrations in China. The...

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The great antisemitism witchhunt: McCarthyism redux

John Wight This article was first published on March 1st of this year, however, it is given fresh relevance...

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Memories of Mohamed Morsi

Let’s be clear: Mohamed Morsi was not a ‘good president’. In fact, he was not supposed to be a...

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Dominoes, Hegemonies and the Future of Humanity

Marwan Salamah What did the domino tile say to its neighbour? “Don’t worry, it is happening far away!” and...

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If Congress has no Mojo to Govern, let’s make it a Part Time Job

Renee Parsons If the American public needs any further evidence that the US Congress is unable to function as...

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The Quds Day Panic of 2019

CJ Hopkins So it appears we managed to survive another terrifying Quds Day in Berlin. It was certainly touch-and-go...

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Israeli Indifference is Killing People

Andre Vltchek In the past, whenever I went to (or more precisely, ‘through’) Israel, it was for some antagonistic...

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Democracy vs. The Putin-Nazis

CJ Hopkins Back in January 2018, I wrote this piece about The War on Dissent, which, in case you...

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“Saving Syria’s Children”: Response to the HuffPo

Robert Stuart News and opinion website The Huffington Post has written about my campaign to crowdfund a documentary about...

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