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Despite the trappings, Zelensky is no more Ukrainian than my cat. Free speech versus catastrophe by Thomas Dalton, PhD. THANKS TO THE ONGOING conflict in Ukraine, we indeed seem to be rushing headlong into a major war—possibly a World War Three, possibly the world’s first (and perhaps last) nuclear…
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Jewish oligarch Len Blavatnik with degenerate pop singer Sofia Reyes, 23, at a 2019 “pre-Grammy party” at the NoMad Hotel in Los Angeles RECENTLY Spanish police seized a £70m ‘superyacht’ belonging to one of Vladimir Putin’s closest oligarch cronies. Tango is registered in the British…
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Tejero in the Cortes, 1981. THIS YEAR MARKED the 41st anniversary of a real attempted “insurrection against democracy” — or, more accurately, attempted resurrection of a nation: On 23 February 1981, Lt. Col. Antonio Tejero of Spain’s Guardia Civil made a last stand against the…
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The Russian quest for lost greatness by Wolf Stoner
Russian correspondent PUTIN’S RUSSIA, being a state without roots or identity, has always suffered from an acute lack of any existential purpose. Initially, Putin and his gang placed their bets on increasing prosperity and an expanding middle class.…
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Vladimir Putin and Moshe Kantor during an ‘international forum’ that Kantor sponsored on the 60th anniversary of the Soviet ‘liberation’ of Auschwitz Britain’s corrupt ex-PM and ‘Holocaust’ lobby under scrutiny AS FAR BACK as 27th February we raised questions about former UK Prime Minister…
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The “National Memorial for Peace and Justice” in Montgomery, Alabama. Mark our words: Soon our enemies will categorize even Blacks duly charged, tried, and convicted of horrific crimes as “victims” worthy of being memorialized. Everything we ever did will be judged as…
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by John Massaro AT THE BEGINNING of Will Vaccines Be the End of Us? I wrote a page headed “Maybe China can teach us a few things.” It was about a top Chinese public health official named Zheng Xiaoyu who was sentenced to death for corruption on May 29, 2007, and executed shortly thereafter.…
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Paul and Lidia Marino; the cemetery where they were killed while visiting their son’s grave; and Sheldon C. Francis, who killed them there. by David Sims ON SATURDAY, 5 March 2022, in Daytona, Florida, a married couple was attacked by someone with a knife. Both husband and wife were murdered.…
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by John Massaro I NOTICED THAT Philip Caputo belatedly posted my comment of March 8th on his Web site, under his January 30th “dispatch,” and again I was surprised. I admire him for that, because it did not reflect well upon him, and he did not add his own comment as he had previously. I’d…
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Mary Phagan-Kean honoring her great-aunt, Mary Phagan Why is it that the family of Mary Phagan, the victim of rapist and murderer Leo Frank, are given no voice at all as the Jewish lobby pressures Georgia to exonerate the killer — who was also a high B’nai B’rith official? The following
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