Category Archives: Analysis

The New Cold War Policy has Backfired

By Michael Hudson The world’s geopolitics, major trade patterns and military alliances have changed radically in the past month. Russia has re-oriented its gas and oil trade, and also its trade in military technology, away from Europe toward Eurasia. The … Continue reading

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On the Question of Whether Jesus was a “Jew”–fourth and final

By Richard Edmondson Below is the fourth and final installment of Benjamin Freedman’s October 10, 1954 letter to David Goldstein—and a few words, by way of intro, are probably in order here as well, so if you will, please bear … Continue reading

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On the Question of Whether Jesus was a “Jew”–pt. 3

By Richard Edmondson Below is the third installment of Benjamin Freedman’s 1954 letter on the question of whether Jesus should be referred to or regarded as a “Jew.” If you haven’t read the first two parts, I strongly encourage you … Continue reading

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US Launching Regime Change Campaign in Hungary?

By Vladislav Gulevich Budapest has been shaken by several days of mass street demonstration against plans by Viktor Orban’s government to introduce a tax on the internet. According to the media, 100,000 Hungarians came out onto the streets of Hungary’s … Continue reading

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On the Question of Whether Jesus was a “Jew”–pt. 2

By Richard Edmondson Below is the second part of Benjamin Freedman’s October 10, 1954 letter to his fellow Jewish convert to Christianity David Goldstein. In it, Freedman continues making his case for why Jesus should not be regarded as a … Continue reading

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On the Question of Whether Jesus was a “Jew”–pt. 1

By Richard Edmondson I have never, at least until recently, given much credence to the argument (advanced by members of the Christian Identity movement and others) that Jesus was not a Jew.

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Discussion on False Flags by Adrian Salbuchi

One of the recurring themes in the New Testament is the existence of “signs.” Meaning… signs that we should endeavor to be alert to, to be cognizant of, and ever watchful for. For instance, in Matthew 16:2-3, Jesus says the … Continue reading

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African Fruit Bats or Biowarfare? Ebola Epidemic Sparks Persistent Questions

‘There is no natural disease called ebola’ By Richard B. Muhammad, Ashahed M. Muhammad and Brian E. Muhammad The number of Ebola cases in West Africa could start doubling every three weeks and it could end up costing nearly $1 billion … Continue reading

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Two Perspectives on the Possibility of a Coming World War

Yesterday it was reported that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has called for a “reset” in relations with the United States. I’m not sure why Lavrov, who I normally respect, would engage in such silliness unless it was to stall, … Continue reading

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Christian Evangelicals Increasingly Support Palestinian Human Rights

By Alison Weir An article in Middle East Quarterly, a pro-Israel publication, reports that support for Israel is eroding among American evangelical Christians, with only 30 percent currently stating support for Israel above Palestinians. This trend is even more pronounced … Continue reading

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