The Lucy Stein Gang Rides into Moscow

US Interference in Russian Election

By Israel Shamir

Can the Putin Fans League win municipal elections in New York City? Not bloody likely, you’ll murmur, and probably justifiably so. However, in the municipal elections last week, pro-American forces captured one third of the seats in Moscow. A great shock, slightly mitigated by the media silence that accompanied both the election and its results.

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Philip Giraldi: US Jews are Driving America’s Wars

By Philip Giraldi

I spoke recently at a conference on America’s war party where afterwards an elderly gentleman came up to me and asked, “Why doesn’t anyone ever speak honestly about the six-hundred-pound gorilla in the room? Nobody has mentioned Israel in this conference and we all know it’s American Jews with all their money and power who are supporting every war in the Middle East for Netanyahu? Shouldn’t we start calling them out and not letting them get away with it?”

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Psychological or Biological? What’s Causing Americans to Hate Each Other So Much?

What can be causing the deep divisions in American society we are seeing now? Why are people so viciously at each other’s throats? Is it solely due to incitement by the media, or are there other factors? And if other factors are at play, could one of them possibly be a biological determinant?

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Aerial Pesticide Spraying on Texas in Wake of Harvey–Health Risk to Humans, Boon to Agro-Chem Industry

[ Ed. note – I guess the US Air Force is reliving its glory days when it rained Agent Orange down on the jungles of Vietnam. The Pentagon has embarked upon an ambitious project to spray approximately 6 million acres of the state of Texas in an effort at controlling the mosquito population in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

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Palestinian Bishop Spat on, Insulted by Christ-Hating Jewish Settlers

[ Ed. note – Theodosios Atallah Hannah is archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem. A native Palestinian, he was first ordained a priest in 1991. This past Tuesday night he came under attack by a group of Jewish settlers who surrounded him, spat on him, and hurled insults.

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Sight or Blindness: Which Do We Choose?

By Richard Edmondson

One of the most beloved of Christian hymns is the song “Amazing Grace.” It combines a beautiful melody with an uplifting message (that we can be forgiven for our sins is nothing short of “amazing”) and offers up two of the most famous and memorable lines ever written: “I once was lost but now am found/was blind but now I see.”

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9/11 Sixteen Years Later: Why do Bill Moyers and Robert Parry Accept Miracles?

Sixteen years ago when three buildings in the World Trade Center collapsed neatly into their own footprints, few people considered the possibility that the collapses were due to controlled demolition. Even in the days and weeks afterward, as the horror of the moment subsided, still few questioned or doubted the official story. Gradually however that started to change. And one of the first people who began significantly raising people’s consciousness on the matter is the man giving the talk in the video above.

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