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Norman Finkelstein Talks About Hezbollah And Resistance To Israel

In this clip, Norman Finkelstein tackles the position of Hezbollah in relation to the regime of Israel. He paints a gloomy picture of what the future holds for Lebanon, as he states his belief that Israel will again attack Hezbollah in an effort to wipe out any and all resistance to Zionism leading to the effective slavery of the Arab world. 83 more words


Water: Driver of Global Conflict in the 21st Century?

As much as oil shaped the global geopolitics of the twentieth century, water has the power to reorder international relations in the twenty-first century.

History tends to teach us that the past predicts the future: as few wars have been fought over water in the past, it is highly unlikely that humanity will start engaging in water conflicts now. 767 more words

Fun Facts

  • The country with the largest number of WWII causalities was Russia, with over 21 million.
  • For every five German soldiers who died in WWII, four of them died on the Eastern Front.
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Isn't There Enough WWII Information on the Internet?

While it is true WWII is one of the most widely covered events in the history of mankind, my experiences have taught me that there is always something new to learn about the war. 48 more words

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Israel's Missile Strike Is Test For More To Come

The following is an interesting take on the recent missile strike by Israel upon an airbase in Syria. The report suggests that the action was an attempt to test the water in terms of international reaction to such aggression. 73 more words


War is Profit for Military-Industrial Complex

Evo Morales is correct in his observations in this brief article from teleSur. War means profit for the military-industrial complex. Major wars means major profits. Those who initiate wars will be found to benefit, financially, from such heinous actions. 61 more words


US War on Iran and Venezuela makes Syria 'collateral damage'

We can see how the circumstances surrounding both Venezuela and Iran are similar. Both have large oil reserves. Both are refusing to allow the US to dominate them. 277 more words