Inner and Outer Ugliness: Congress Proves Once Again it is Occupied Territory

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By Richard Edmondson

In the photo above we see US Congressman Ed Royce of California discussing HR 11, a resolution he introduced condemning the UN Security Council for its recent action on Israeli settlements. You’ll also notice, to Royce’s right, Florida  Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen brushing her hair with a pink hairbrush.

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Documentary: Undercover Investigation on Britain’s Pro-Israel Lobby

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[ Ed. note – I’m not sure what we’ll find in this documentary all that startling or new. And by that I mean that a report on Israeli lobbyists plotting to “take down” this or that politician for not being loyal enough to the Jewish state would pretty much be confirming what we already know. But assuming that the people have been caught on video tape, and that their voices have been recorded–which is what the report promises–then that certainly would be rather explosive. ]

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An Intriguing Question: Massive Immigration to Israel by Russian Jews–Was it beneficial for Russia?

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Starting in the year 1990, large numbers of Jews began leaving Russia and immigrating–primarily to Israel, but also to Europe and the US. If we focus in on the time period 1989-2006, the total number of Jewish emigres leaving Russia is believed to be about 1.6 million, and Russia’s Jewish population, as of the year 2014, made up just 0.13% of the total.

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2016–Not Exactly a Gay, Carefree Year

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Mireille Hindoyan, a Syrian champion swimmer, was killed in a rocket attack launched by terrorists on September 30 in Aleppo. Her 12-year-old brother Arman also died in the attack.

By Richard Edmondson

Podesta–Pizzagate–Aleppo–Palmyra–Saudi war crimes in Yemen–Israeli settlements–Brexit–Brazillian coup–fake news–dust boy in ambulance–sexist Trump–crooked Hillary–these are just some of the trending terms that made 2016 a year to remember…or maybe better yet one to forget.

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