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[6 Aug 2012 | 17 Comments | 13,323 views]
August 5 Sinai Attack Bears All the Hallmarks of an Israeli False Flag

By the Editor.
On Sunday 5 August a number of unidentified militants carried out an attack in the Egyptian Sinai in which several Egyptian soldiers were killed, and Israel’s border was penetrated. After Iftar as the Egyptian Muslims were breaking their fast, unknown militants killed 16 Egyptian soldiers and stole an Egyptian armoured vehicle. Using a pick-up truck packed with explosives, the militants breached the Egypt-Israel border at the ‘Kerem Shalom’ crossing and subsequently drove approximately one mile into Israel using the armoured vehicle they had commandeered.
This event brings …

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[24 Jul 2012 | 2 Comments | 5,979 views]
Venezuela: A Threat to Washington?

by Eva Golinger, Thursday, July 19, 2012.
From the first time Hugo Chavez was elected President of Venezuela in 1998, Washington and its allies have been trying to undermine his government. When Chavez was just a presidential candidate, the US State Department denied his visa to participate in television interviews in Miami. Later, when he won the presidential elections, Ambassador John Maisto called him personally to congratulate him and offer him a visa. The following months were filled with attempts to “buy” the newly elected President of Venezuela. Businessmen, politicians and …

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[23 Jul 2012 | 23 Comments | 13,397 views]
Opinion: Jonathan Azaziah on Communism

Editor’s note
The following analysis was emailed to me by Jonathan Azaziah after I had asked him for his thoughts on Communism. Specifically I asked Jonathan how one can reconcile the notion that Communism is supposed to be an ideology based on altruism and social justice, while, in the case of the Bolshevik Revolution, it has been characterised by tyranny, terrorism, and unspeakable suffering.
by Jonathan Azaziah.
I do not, repeat, do NOT view Communism (Marxism) as a movement and ideology based on social justice by any means. Communism was not birthed …

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[17 Jul 2012 | 5 Comments | 10,373 views]
The Visible Ghosts of Palestine

By the Editor.
A walk through occupied Al Khalil (Hebron) offers a shocking and heartbreaking insight into the struggle of the oppressed souls of one of Palestine’s most important cities. Day by day, Al Khalil is becoming a ghost town as the indigenous Palestinians are forced out through a wickedly evil campaign of terrorism, intimidation, and oppression.
Israel’s occupation is multi-faceted, one which attacks the Palestinians’ freedom, culture, economy, and way of life, as well as their very survival in ways which will shock and perturb any person who harbours even …

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[5 Jul 2012 | 2 Comments | 17,656 views]
There are two kinds of people in this world

By the Editor.
There are two kinds of people in this world.
The first seeks knowledge, while the second seeks gratification.
The first trembles with anger when injustice is done to others; the second is numb and unconcerned.
The first recognises their duty to speak out, while the second dismisses injustice as being out of their hands or simply ‘the way it is’.
The first is loyal and loving to their human & non-human brothers and sisters, while the second is loyal to their nation.
The first rejects dogma and thinks independently; the second blindly respects …