Yesterday’s witnesses to tomorrow’s ruins

Yesterday’s witnesses to tomorrow’s ruins As the world turns, the children play and the adults look away. If our ancestors could awaken and see what has become of us, what would their reactions be? Cries of dismay or a joyous cause for celebrations? If you could turn back the clock, how far would you dare…

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Jerusalem, the capital of Israel

In the International world of politics, having the backbone and courage to defy the highly corrupt and high handed United Nations is the mark of a noble character. May more men and women like President Trump take a stand and declare Jerusalem to be the capital of Israel. Isn’t it odd that that almost all…

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McCarthy-style targeting of Jill Stein proves Democrats have truly lost the plot

Danielle Ryan is an Irish freelance journalist. Having lived and worked in the US, Germany and Russia, she is currently based in Budapest, Hungary. Her work has been featured by Salon, The Nation, Rethinking Russia, Russia Direct, teleSUR, The BRICS Post and others. Follow her on Twitter @DanielleRyanJ, check out her Facebook page, or visit…

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France’s Macron Submits to the Arab World A Gentle Christmas Day Word of Caution

by Giulio Meotti December 25, 2017 at 5:00 am https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/11599/france-macron-arab-world The tragic dead end of French fake “secularism” is that it allows public expressions of the Islamic religion in France, but prohibits the Christian ones. Far from defending the Judeo-Christian values on which France, the West and Europe itself was founded — such as individual liberties,…

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“These Were The People Investigating Hillary”: Trump Escalates War With FBI

by Tyler Durden Dec 24, 2017 10:55 AM 156 SHARES TwitterFacebookReddit It has been a scorched earth weekend in the PR war between Donald Trump and the FBI. In the aftermath of the report that the FBI’s top lawyer – and suspected FBI leaker – James Baker, had been reassigned, and at the same time as news…

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Europe: The Islamization of Christmas “An unbearable, involuntary submission to Islam”

by Soeren Kern December 24, 2017 at 5:00 am https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/11598/christmas-islamization-europe   The re-theologizing of Christmas is based on the false premise that the Jesus of the Bible is the Jesus (Isa) of the Koran. This religious fusion, sometimes referred to as “Chrislam,” is gaining ground in a West that has become biblically illiterate. A school in…

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Pakistan Opens Fire Along Border Killing Indian Troops, Warns “Nuclear War Cannot Be Ruled Out”

by Tyler Durden Dec 24, 2017 10:57 PM 260 SHARES TwitterFacebookReddit With most of the Western hemisphere on holiday, another crisis appears to be developing on the India–Pakistan border known as the Line of Control (LoC). The incident started on Saturday, where at least four Indian soldiers were killed, in an exchange of fire with the…

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Indifference, the preferred method?

What are we looking for when the elections come around? Someone who makes the most promising lies or the best patriotic speeches? Perhaps someone who is able to stir up the religious zealots and take a temporary stand to defend the rights of the unborn with unbridled passion? Maybe someone who raises the trumpet against…

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How Obama manipulated sensitive secret intelligence for political gain

By Guy Taylor and Dan Boylan – The Washington Times – Thursday, December 21, 2017 They wanted him dead. For years, a clandestine U.S. intelligence team had tracked a man they knew was high in the leadership of al Qaeda — an operative some believed had a hand in plotting the gruesome 2009 suicide attack in Afghanistan that killed seven CIA officers. Their pursuit was…

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China mulls law to punish those who ‘slander heroes and martyrs’

China is considering a law that would punish those who “insult or slander heroes and martyrs,” according to a report Friday from the country’s top legislature. Published: 22.12.2017 Pulse News Agency International by AP playSince President Xi Jinping took office in 2012, he has stressed a drive to infuse every aspect of Chinese education with “patriotic…

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