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Karl Radl

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by Karl Radl WHEN THE LATEST artwork of the so-called ‘rebel’ artist Banksy was revealed on a garage in the Welsh town of Port Talbot near the city of Swansea, it predictably became quite the distraction from the latest depressing grind of the Brexit ‘negotiations’ and the ongoing destruction…
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by Karl Radl WHEN THE NEWS that US President Donald Trump was pulling out US military forces from the Syrian civil war — which is now all but decided with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad the last man standing despite the many and varied efforts of his Islamist and Israeli enemies — (1) I knew…
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by Karl Radl THE CORPSE OF Ötzi was discovered by accident in the Alpine northern Italian region of the Tyrol in September of 1991. It was an immensely important find that rivalled the Dead Sea Scrolls as the archeological find of the century. Ötzi rewrote much of Chalcolithic history in Europe. He…
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by Karl Radl WE BEGIN THIS week’s edition of the Jewish War on Free Speech with the news that while right-wing Israeli media outlet Arutz Sheva has been screeching that ‘anti-Semitism is everywhere’ (and in everything… even if it is denied). (1) Jews have been screaming at YouTube to ban accounts…
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