Palestinian Girl Sought Martyrdom on Her Last Day of School

Imagine being a young girl living under a brutal occupation. You’re in the eighth grade. You work hard at your lessons, but then on your last day of school before summer break you go out and seek martyrdom by stabbing an occupation soldier.

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Destabilizing Venezuela: Exploring the Zionist Connection

 

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and Antionio Ledezma, a former mayor of Caracas and a prominent Venezuelan opposition figure

Venezuelan opposition figure held meeting with Israeli officials in 2012

By Richard Edmondson

We have been witnessing over the past few years what looks very much like a regime change operation under way in Venezuela. Recently I put up a post about a man who was doused with gasoline and set on fire by an anti-government mob. Since then I’ve come across a few tidbits of information that might be of interest to readers and that add weight to my thesis that: scratch the surface deeply enough, anywhere there’s trouble in the world, and you’ll likely find a Zionist connection.

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Will Donald Trump Say Anything About the Attack on the USS Liberty?

By Richard Edmondson

This Thursday, June 8, will mark the 50th anniversary of the Israeli attack upon the USS Liberty. Will President Trump bother to pay tribute to the 34 US sailors who lost their lives that day? Will he express any sort of condolences to their families? Will he take the time to at least maybe post a tweet acknowledging his awareness of what happened 50 years ago?

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My Reply to Lisa

Recently a reader named “Lisa” posted a comment on one of our articles. The article is a piece entitled “Are the Jews Crazy?” that was written by my friend, Ariadna Theokopolous, and posted back in 2014, but which has been getting a lot of hits lately.

Lisa, in her somewhat lengthy comment (which I reproduce in full below along with my reply) offers the view that this is an anti-Semitic website. She also seemingly blames “bigoted Christians” for most of the world’s problems, while at the same time going to great lengths to assure us that she herself is pure and untainted by any form of hatred.

Lisa, by the way, is Jewish. “I am a Jew!” she says–but she is a liberal, non-religious Jew who once dated an Arab and does not consider herself a supporter of Israel. She also believes Palestinians and Israelis fight “because they choose to,” and that Jews are just like everybody else, with some good and some bad.

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Tulsi Gabbard and the Litmus Test

By Richard Edmondson

Tulsi Gabbard, the US congresswoman from Hawaii who introduced the “Stop Arming Terrorists Act” earlier this year, has been winning a lot of accolades (including on this blog) for her opposition to the war in Syria and US efforts to overthrow the country’s president, Bashar Assad. But of course in America, the real measuring stick of any politician, the litmus test if you will, is where they stand on Israel.

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You Will Never See a Politician Look at You This Way

You will never see a look like this in the eyes of a politician. The truth is that our pets respect us, while our leaders do not. It could even be said that our leaders hold us in utter contempt. In fact, the only time you will see a look like this on the face of a politician is when he or she is speaking at an AIPAC conference–but even then, the look won’t be genuine. There is nothing but falsity about these people.

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