Category Archives: European History & Politics

Swedish Foreign Minister on Israeli Occupation of Palestine

November 19, 2015 SWEDISH COMMON SENSE – Margot Wallstrom, Sweden’s Foreign Minister, was interviewed on Swedish state television the day after the Paris attacks. She said something that the terrorist cabal running Israel does not like hearing – but is nonetheless very true:  The brutal 48-year-old Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands has created an increasingly desperate and hopeless situation that causes Palestinians to

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Ron Paul: Congress Declares War on Russia

December 5, 2014 Victoria Nuland KAGAN (center), Asst. Secretary of State for Eurasia, was recorded choosing who would be the next leader of the Ukraine – two weeks before the elected government was overthrown in a bloody coup. She is married into the Kagan family who brought us the Project for a New American Century (PNAC) and the war against Iraq. The

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Moving Closer To War

April 27, 2014 by Paul Craig Roberts The Obama regime, wallowing in hubris and arrogance, has recklessly escalated the Ukrainian crisis into a crisis with Russia. Whether intentionally or stupidly, Washington’s propagandistic lies are driving the crisis to war. Unwilling to listen to any more of Washington’s senseless threats, Moscow no longer accepts telephone calls from Obama and US top

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Sergey Lavrov to NATO: Stop Whipping-Up Tension

April 9, 2014 Lavrov Urges NATO to Stop ‘Groundless Whipping-Up of Tension’ Sergey Lavrov, the Foreign Minister of Russia, is a voice of reason on the crisis in Ukraine and stability in Europe.  The following article, written by Lavrov, was not published in a single newspaper in the United States.  Why are Americans being kept in the dark about the

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A German Viewpoint of 9-11 and the Zionist Threat

August 14, 2013 A German viewpoint about why the crimes of 9-11 must be properly investigated and the guilty parties brought to justice to prevent a disaster for humanity on a global scale. Don’t Ruin the Party on the Titanic – Talk of Icebergs is Prohibitedby Alfred Schaefer WEATHER REPORT 9-11:  STORMY SEAS AHEAD We seem to have a little problem in

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Remembering the Fire-Bombing of Dresden

February 13, 2013 The fire-bombing of the city of Dresden in February 1945 became probably the most controversial operation carried out by British and American forces during the Second World War… A fire storm engulfed the old centre of Dresden. It was deliberately created to leave no human life in its wake. Men looked from above, aghast at what they

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Is Denmark Being Set Up?

Why is a Nation Known for Pork Attacking Islam? By Christopher Bollyn14 February 2008 I must say that I was somewhat surprised to read today in the New York Times that 17 newspapers in Denmark had reprinted the most offensive anti-Muslim cartoon from early 2006. For so many newspapers in tiny Denmark to re-publish the offensive cartoon in concert, on

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Christmas Letter – 2007 – Rejecting the War Agenda & Standing Up for Peace

That peace, which was initiated not by presidents or prime ministers, but by the soldiers themselves, serves to this day as a reminder that war is seldom so necessary – nor so unstoppable – as politicians would have us believe. – John Nichols on theChristmas Truce of 1914   Rejecting the War Agenda & Standing Up for Peace Christmas Letter

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