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Suggestions for Trump’s Acceptance Speech

I regret the delay—due to personal reasons – in bringing these suggestions to Donald Trump’s attention earlier. Only a few short days remain before his official acceptance of the Republican party’s nomination as their candidate for the presidency of the US. His acceptance speech will be of capital importance, as it will outline his program […]

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September Alert

Adrian Salbuchi’s Analysis and Predictions

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Bernie Sanders, a Jewish Bet

A slightly modified version of this post appeared in The Ugly Truth. [Ed. Note: Las Vegas was invented by Jews and the gaming industry in the US is largely owned and controlled by Jews so they know a thing or two about betting. Safe betting, of course. In the high-stakes game in which the winner-take-all pot […]

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Massive Immigration to Europe’s “Camp of the Saints”

[Translator’s Note: The serious challenge faced by many European nations, not only those around the Mediterranean but as far north as Scandinavia, buffeted by successive and continuing waves of massive immigration from Africa and the war-torn ME, is a difficult and delicate subject. It is one that is often ignored, denied or approached from either the […]

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The Darkest View of All

If you think of yourself as a pessimist, read John Kaminsky’s analysis of the world’s current state and his predictions for the future and you may realize you are a frolicking care-fee optimist by comparison. The darkest view of all, the picture painted by Kaminsky contains all the fears all of us have, and some […]

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Americans Worth Saving

Are Americans worth saving? by John Kaminski Or will Mother Nature do to us what we have done to her? “Any state that fails to recognize the rights of man is obsolete.” — Rod Serling, The Twilight Zone, Episode 65: “The Obsolete Man” (1961) You have to wonder about the sanity of those deluded dupes […]

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Treason in the US Congress

Some Might Call It Treason By Philip Giraldi  There is a major flaw in the United States Constitution. The Founders understood that partisan politics would inevitably result in bickering along party lines that would lead to charges that political opponents were betraying the country so they deliberately made it very difficult to charge others with […]

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Lasse Wilhelmson: A Portrait That Tells Many Tales

Lasse Wilhelmson is one of my top favorite thinkers, writers and human beings. His thoughts about the actual portrait he reproduces and describes also achieves a poignant self-portrait of the remarkable man he is. The essay also appeared on Atzmon’s site. It should appear widely and be read everywhere. A Portrait that Tells Many Tales […]

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Michel Aoun on Syria

Interviewed by Syrian State TV on Oct 11, 2012, Lebanese former military commander-in-chief, General Michel Aoun, gives his opinions in depth on the conflict in Syria. He believes Libya was the last direct NATO intervention and that Syria and any other conflict will be fought out by the great powers through intermediaries like Turkey. He […]

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Fall Fashions: Two New Wars

Two New Wars For America by Philip Giraldi Writing in The American Conservative, Giraldi predicts that the US is gearing up for waging war – -real, overt, hot war — on Syria and Iran in the very near future: “Normally Washington bureaucracies shut down in August, but this year the intelligence community was working flat out […]

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Iran Expects to Be Attacked in a Few Weeks

Debka’s report (see below) talks at length about Iran’s time estimate for the war and the preparedness measures taken but does not mention anywhere that from Iran’s side this would be a defensive war rather than an attack. On July 27, just before Friday prayers, Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei summoned top Iranian military […]

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