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by Douglas Mercer FOR A WHILE there it seemed like Biden and Trump were in a race to see whether Trump could pardon more Jews — or Biden could put more in his cabinet. It looks like Trump won “by a nose,” you might say. While millions of Kool-Aid-drinking Trump lovers were waiting for…
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Could this be some kind of allegory? ON THE NIGHT of this month’s election the farce of kosher democracy died in the darkness. With the phony tough guy clearly winning, it was decided that the counting process must stop and then, in a miracle on par with the loaves and the fishes, thousands of votes…
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I consider the abridged version of the essay below an extraordinary contribution to the ongoing crisis over immigration, wages, and the massively entrenched structural inequality caused by the Jewish World Order of global finance capitalism. The Old Leftist case Ms. Nagle aptly summons against
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AS THE 2016 election season gets into full swing in the US, the P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran is becoming a focus, and with it the oft-repeated myth of the US having “given Iran $150 billion” as part of the deal, a claim often repeated by hawks looking to see the deal killed. The reality is that the money and other…
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