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Alan Nairn Foresees The End of the Guatemalan Criminal/Genocidal Oligarchy In Ways Which Implicate Reagan and Israel

Alan Nairn is a stunningly sharp, award-winning, professional journalist who has reported on, inter alia, the genocidal killing of Ixil autochthonous inhabitants of Guatemala by the repressive oligarchic dictatorship of Rios Montt, who – incredibly – was… 524 more words

Argentum Post

Karl Vick, dishonest reporter

In our last couple of outings, we met Karl Vick of Time Magazine, who in recent months has made a fool of himself gushing over the “charm” of Havana’s rubble and enthusing over Cuba’s “social equality” – meaning, of course, that everybody there except for members of the top brass is dirt-poor. 844 more words


Newshour: Withdrawal from Gaza

this evening (saturday 15th), 9.49-9.54pm, on bbc world service radio (freeview channel 710 or 107)
newshour (presented by james menendez) includes …

“A decade later, how is the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza perceived in Israel?”

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Bibi: Listen to My Boy's Simple Logic

I wrote this post on Tisha B’Av.

On Tisha B’Av, I was watching Gush Katif videos.  It’s a fitting activity, music or not, because the expulsion of 8,600 Jews from their homes, and literally cutting off a limb of Israel, is one of the tragedies that led to tragedies of our time.   775 more words


Israel's Likud Sees Itself as The Anti-ISIS Party of Israel

The Islamic State has captured land totaling more than 20 times the size of Israel using a strategy of scaring people into surrender with public decapitations. 354 more words


People who have experienced profound epiphanies while flying over Israel in a helicopter:

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie:

I took a helicopter ride from the occupied territories [

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Barack Obama

Generals and Prime Ministers in Israel

In his seminal book about the history of Israel’s armed forces, Tsahal, military historian Pierre Razoux writes:

“Even though its influence tends to diminish, the army still occupies a central role in Israeli society. 501 more words