Yearly Archive: 2020

2nd June 1944 – 29th june 2020 It is with sad regret that we inform that Dr Fredrick Töben has passed to Valhalla. After suffering a grave illness for the past few months he is at peace. He will be remembered by his friends and supporters as a Gentleman with an enquiring mind who was not content to stand idly by and allow the endless vilification and false accusations against his beloved German people.  Dr Fredrick Gerald Töben R.I.P Fredrick Töben (2nd June 1944 – 29 Read more […]

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David Dees was and remains, without question, the most brilliant, revolutionary Political Artist of our times. David redefined the entire genre and created his own unprecedented and singular platform of political expression and social commentary. I cannot imagine anyone capturing or duplicating his overwhelming use of imagery and color to make such enormous, sometimes frightening, often witty and always powerful statements. Many of his images instantly knock the observer into a heightened state Read more […]

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Philip Giraldi • May 19, 2020 • There are two stories that seem to have been under-reported in the past couple of weeks. The first involves Michael Flynn’s dealings with the Russian United Nations Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. And the second describes yet another bit of espionage conducted by a foreign country directed against the United States. Both stories involve the State of Israel. The bigger story is, of course, the dismissal by Attorney General William Barr of the criminal charges Read more […]

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Conspiracy, coincidence, or merely bureaucratic stuff-up?By Fredrick Töben, 24 September 2002

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The legislation allocates $10 million over five years to Holocaust education in the U.S. and provides for a centralized curriculum database Danielle Ziri May 14, 2020 5:55 PM  0comments Subscribe now Holocaust survivors walking through the gates at Auschwitz in 2016. Two-thirds of American millennials said they had never heard of the Nazi death camp in a 2018 survey.Czarek Sokolowski/AP The U.S. Senate unanimously passed the Never Again Education Act on Wednesday, legislation promoting Read more […]

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Promotional image for the new Shelanu TV channel (overlay by If Americans Knew). Israel has a long history of actions against its Christian minority. Israeli forces have desecrated churches, rabbis have endorsed killing non-Jewish civilians (including children), New Testaments have been burned. While there are many Israelis who have opposed these actions and respect Christians, the fact is that discrimination against Christians is endemic in the Israeli system. Like Muslims, Christians have Read more […]

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As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases explodes across Africa, the creeping involvement of the WHO has made some leaders suspicious of the NGO. Tanzanian President John Magufuli was growing suspicious of the organization, so he reportedly decided to investigate whether the organization was as trustworthy and reliable as it claimed to be. He played what the local press described as “a trick” on the organization: He sent the WHO samples of a goat, a papaya and a quail for testing. All Read more […]

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Source: Middle East Monitor 05/07/2020 By Motasem A Dalloul | @abujomaaGaza | – ( Middle East Monitor) – As US President, Donald Trump has been doing his best to empower the Israeli occupation of Palestine. His recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s “united” and “eternal” capital fulfilled even the most ardent Zionists’ dreams. In doing so, he also fulfilled a 25-year-old pledge of previous US administrations to relocate the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to the holy city of Jerusalem, Read more […]

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Chomsky goes through some of the crimes of the post-war presidents. From 2003. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BXtgq0Nhsc Read more […]

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Wednesday, 6 May 2020, 2:43 pmArticle: Binoy Kampmark “When we think of the repression of journalists, we automatically evoke foreign lands. We rarely, however, evoke or remember our own dissidents.”Peter Oborne, Middle East Eye, May 5, 2020 It all spoke well of British justice, which meant poorly. As one correspondent from the Australian Associated Press put it in describing the latest case hearing for Julian Assange, “There are no lawyers here in person. Assange will not be present. Read more […]

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