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A Settler’s View of Israel’s Future


NEW YORK TIMES – For us settlers, the truth is clear: The two-state solution was misconceived, and will never come to pass, because Judea and Samaria belong to the Jewish people. Our right to this land is derived from our history, religion, international decisions and defensive wars. Jews have lived here for 3,700 years, despite repeated massacres, expulsions and occupations — by the Romans, Arabs, Crusaders and Ottomans. And the world recognized the Jewish people’s indigenous existence in this land in the Balfour Declaration of 1917 and the San Remo Accords of 1920. CONTINUE READING

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Continuity of Agenda: Destroying Syria since 1983

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NEO – Syria’s current conflict, beginning in 2011, was the culmination of decades of effort by the United States to subvert and overthrow the government in Damascus. From training leaders of opposition fronts years before “spontaneous” protests erupted across Syria, to covertly building a multinational mercenary force to both trigger and leverage violence thereafter, the United States engineered, executed, and perpetuated virtually every aspect of Syria’s destructive conflict.

Enlisting or coercing aid from regional allies, including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Jordan, and Israel, Syria found itself surrounded at its borders and buried within them by chaos. CONTINUE READING

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The Masada mystery – Mass suicide or twisted science for political ends?

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SOTT – In 73 or 74 CE, 960 Jewish zealots – men, women and children – committed suicide on top of the mountain of Masada by the Dead Sea in Israel rather than be captured by the Romans. The story, told by the Roman historian Josephus, is one of the most famous from antiquity. But did it actually happen? Yigael Yadin, the late Israeli archaeologist from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem who excavated the site in the mid-1960s, said that it did. Moreover, he also said that the objects found during his dig proved it. His subsequently published book, Masada: Herod’s Fortress and the Zealots’ Last Stand (1966), was a bestseller.  CONTINUE READING

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RUSSIA – Sanctions and the ‘golden ruble’: Russia’s fight for financial sovereignty

RUSSIA INSIDER – The ruble is the most gold-backed currency in the world. Can this help Russia safeguard against western economic warfare?  America’s trusted television pundits are once again screaming about how important it is to maintain sanctions against Russia. Did they not get the memo? Russia doesn’t expect sanctions to be lifted any time soon. Instead, it’s forging its own path towards financial sovereignty. CONTINUE READING

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Shake-up at State level: Tillerson dismisses staffers in droves

Rex Tillerson, the former chairman and chief executive officer of Exxon Mobil, smiles during his testimony before a Senate Foreign Relations Committee confirmation hearing on his nomination to be U.S. secretary of state in Washington, U.S. January 11, 2017

SPUTNIK – Aides to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson purged approximately two dozen State Department staffers on Thursday, in a shakeup that has many officials on edge, fearing that a major restructuring is imminent. While Tillerson was away on his first overseas trip as Secretary of State attending the G20 in Bonn, Germany, his aides alerted much of the staff working for the Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources and the Counselor offices that their services were no longer needed. CONTINUE READING


Thirty days later: Trump’s first month in the media hole


RT – It’s been thirty days since Donald Trump took office and what a 30 days it’s been. The Trump administration — whether operating in sheer chaos or running like a “finely tuned machine” — is certainly one of a kind. Let’s look at some of the highlights (or lowlights, depending on how you see it) of Trump’s first month down the media hole. CONTINUE READING

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Liberman: Israel would be crazy to defy Trump on settlements

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TIMES OF ISRAEL – Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman warned Monday that it would be a grave mistake for Israel to go up against the new Trump administration in Washington on settlements.

“For eight years, there was tension and friction with the Obama administration. If we now start to fight with the Trump administration… and the Republican-majority Congress, people will really start to think that the leadership in the State of Israel is a bunch of nutcases,” he told Israel Radio.

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