Indian-Jewish ‘Lost Tribe’ Members to Settle in Occupied Palestine

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[ Ed. note -We now have a new group of “Jewish settlers” coming to lay claim to Palestinian land–only in this case they are coming all the way from India. I received the link to the following article by email sent from a friend of mine who comments as follows:

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I have links to Russia!

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One wonders: what exactly does it mean to have “links” to Russia? Does a phone conversation qualify? Maybe, simply watching an RT video will get you so labeled. I guess if you’re not getting your news principally from CNN or the Washington Post then surely you must be a brainwashed dupe–one deserving of pity and who is, of course, in dire need of reeducation. Or maybe even, in the deranged minds of Trump haters, simply listening to Tchaikovsky will get you branded a Russky sympathizer. If this is the case, then I plead guilty. I have Russian “links”!

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Assad to Belgian Media: Europeans Only Follow US Master

A comment on this video from Uprooted Palestinians reads: “More sense from Assad in 3 minutes than from the West in 6 years.” I would have to concur, and I would add that Assad’s “following-the-US-master” comment would probably equally apply to Western so-called “human rights” organizations as well.

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‘It’s a vicious battle’–The Media’s War on Trump from a Russian Perspective

The commentary given in the above video is by Russian journalist Dimitry Kiselyov, of Russia 1 TV. You might pay special attention to the magazine covers he features starting at about 1:15. Of course in a video under four minutes long Kiseloyov is able to give only a small part of the picture. Moreover, the video was uploaded yesterday–prior to the resignation of Michael Flynn and the media storm which erupted as a result.

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Our Valentine to Mother Earth

Whales stranded on a beach in New Zealand, February 11, 2017

Hundreds of whales began washing up on a beach in New Zealand starting on February 9, 2017. It was the largest stranding of whales in the country’s history.

Humans don’t show much love for the planet that has nurtured and sustained us through eons of time. Now the planet seems to be heading somewhat aimlessly down a long corridor of death–with whales stranding, glaciers melting, fish dying and birds dropping out of the skies–and of course taking us with it, though strangely few people seem to notice or care.

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