Germany to Give Israel $500 Million ‘Discount’ on New Submarine Deal Pending Corruption Probe

One wonders if the German people will ever tire of paying “reparations” to Israel. They have been doing so for the past 65 years–ever since the signing of the Luxembourg Agreement in 1952–and at the rate things are going, it looks like they will go on making absolution for eternity, long after the last “holocaust survivor” has kicked the bucket.

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Blessed Are the Peacemakers

[ Ed. note – The video above is of a townhall meeting conducted last week by Rep. Tulsi Gabbard in her home state of Hawaii. If you want to hear the congresswoman discuss the situation in Syria, fast forward the video to about 10 minutes in. Gabbard, who introduced the Stop Arming Terrorists act in Congress and who has drawn fire for challenging the media lies about Syria (most recently for questioning the narrative that the Assad government was behind the April 4 chemical weapons attack), is one of a number of a small number of prominent Americans who have been a voice of sanity in a world seemingly gone mad and moving closer and closer to war.

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Stunning Video: Scenes from Yesterday’s Bus Bombing in Syria; US Veteran Blasts Syria Policy

This is a “must see” video for a couple of different reasons. First and foremost is that it provides footage of the  aftermath of yesterday’s bus convoy attack in Syria, along with an interview with a woman who was traveling on one of the buses and who survived the bombing. Apparently the the terrorists lured children to the site where the bombs was about to go off by handing out potato chips. The woman in the video speaks of “crisps” being handed out, but according to an AP report, the treats being offered were potato chips.

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The Legend of Jesus and Mary Magdalene

By Richard Edmondson

Out of the four gospels, it is the Gospel of John’s portrayal of the resurrection that has probably most captured the human imagination, mainly for its depiction of the encounter outside the tomb between Jesus and Mary Magdalene. Hinting at a strong emotional bond between the two, the scene is—in a word—titillating.

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