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“Mosaic” religions feed irrational, violent behavior — just as much in Peoria as in Damascus or Tel Aviv by Glenn Greenwald A NEW POLL from Bloomberg Politics contains a finding that, if you really think about it, is quite remarkable: Almost half of all Americans want to support…
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RESISTANCE ACTIVISTS from Next 1’s second battle group set off early on the morning of May 5th to put up a very large Tyr Rune banner on top of a crane at the Hammarby Lock. The action was filmed, including some footage from our own quadrocopter drone. It was around half past three in the morning as…
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THIS EVENING the Daily Express proudly announced that its owner Richard Desmond had donated a further £1 million to UKIP, following a £300,000 donation from Desmond to the party at the end of last year. The Express tycoon was a major donor to Tony Blair’s Labour party fifteen years ago, but fell out with…
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TODAY’S Mail on Sunday makes a great fuss about the recent forum at a London hotel, where a range of speakers including American Prof. Kevin MacDonald addressed cultural and historical topics. The Mail gets into a frenzy about this event, describing it as a “Nazi invasion of London.” (ILLUSTRATION: …
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Even labeling of settlement-made products to become illegal THE US SENATE approved the Trade Priorities and Accountability Act of 2015 on Wednesday in a move which is clearly designed to protect illegal Israeli settlements built across the occupied Palestinian territories, Al-Quds newspaper
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FINLAND is famous for its reindeer and global leadership in education, and at least one of those seems to be paying off in the automotive realm. (ILLUSTRATION: Toroidion 1MW Concept) At April’s 2015 Top Marques auto show in Monaco, Finnish company Toroidion unveiled the 1MW Concept, a completely…
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Similar brutal behavior by any other group would generate continuous worldwide headlines — but the Jewish state is starting to lose its immunity. AN ISRAELI activist group has accused the military of employing a “policy of indiscriminate fire” that resulted in the deaths of hundreds…
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Oligarchs busy looking for loopholes BACK IN October 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a controversial law restricting the foreign ownership share in any Russian media to 20 percent. Under the new law, media owners have until Feb. 1, 2017 to either “adapt” their ownership structure…
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A UKRAINIAN journalist known for his pro-Russian views was shot dead on Thursday in Kiev, a day after the killing of a political supporter of ousted Moscow-backed President Viktor Yanukovich, driving up tension between Moscow and Kiev. Russian President Vladimir Putin said the murders were political…
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ON SATURDAY, peaceful protests in Baltimore gave way to violence and rioting as the mayor sought to “give space” to both the protesters and riotous criminals. (ILLUSTRATION: Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis) Things got much worse Monday, as roving bands of high school students and opportunistic…
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