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The Politics of Acceptance in a Game of Social Change


If there has been one theme that repeatedly gets discussed in the articles and stories I write, it is one that attempts to draw attention to the “change strategies” employed by leftist radicals, states Freedom Outpost. “Radical leftists are indeed attempting to change this nation from a constitutional republic to a social democracy. Many don’t understand the difference, nor do ... Read More »

European Parliament condemns persecution of Christians – Garissa, Kenya

Kenya Garissa slaughter Al Shabaab

In a Resolution adopted by 578 votes to 31, with 34 abstentions, the European Parliament has condemned the terrorist attacks by the Islamist Al-Shaabab militia against Christian students on a university campus in Garissa/Kenya and conveyed its condolences to the families of the victims and to the people and Government of Kenya. The Resolution calls on the EU and its ... Read More »

Obama’s Gulf Protocol: Smile, Ignore Repression, Repeat

Saudi Prince Bandar with Obama

Washington DC is presently the converging point for some of the world’s most oppressive regimes, writes antiwar.com. “On May 13th and 14th, President Obama is hosting a billionaire conglomerate known as the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), which consists of the Middle Eastern countries of Kuwait, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE and Oman. The cozy US-GCC relationship exemplifies the twisted nature ... Read More »

Syria Rebels Reject UN Offer for Peace Talks


A letter from various rebel factions addressed to UN Special Envoy Staffan de Mistura has announced that the none of them will attend the next round of UN-organized peace talks, writes Jason Ditz at antiwar.com. The factions are led by the Syrian National Coalition, which itself doesn’t have many fighters, but has claimed itself to be a government-in-exile. They declared ... Read More »

Noam Chomsky – US Democracy in Serious Decline

Noam CHomsky Commondreams

  According to Chomsky, the United States is being thrown out of the Western hemisphere as a result of its policies. (Photo: Commondreams) Noam Chomsky, a historian, linguist and a prominent commentator on political affairs in the United States and the world, lashed Friday against media organizations in the U.S., describing them as mouthpieces for the government and their allies. To U.S. leaders, he explained in an interview with Russia Today, any news outlet that “does not repeat the U.S. propaganda system ... Read More »

ISIS have fetish for kinky underwear, Viagra, and ‘abnormal sex’

Syria women in ISIS controlled areas Reuters

“Perverted” ISIS fighters in the Syrian stronghold of Raqqa indulge in “brutal and abnormal” sexual practices, in sharp contrast with the austere religious image they try to project, claims a new report compiled by local activist journalists. (Photo: Reuters, women in Syria ISIS controlled areas) “A large section of ISIS members suffer from sexual anomalies and brutal instinctive desire for sex, ... Read More »

Muslims DO speak out, we’re just not listening

Pope_Israel_Wester_2922647k AP picture

On a February evening in Oslo, Norway more than 1,000 Muslims formed a ‘Ring of Peace’ around the Oslo Synagogue, thereby offering symbolic protection to the Norwegian Jewish community and making clear their utter rejection of the terrorist attack the previous weekend by an Islamist extremist on the main synagogue in the Danish capital of Copenhagen. /Photo: AP) As the Muslims ... Read More »

President al Assad interview with Expressen: The most dangerous jihadis come from Scandinavia

Assad with wife and old lady, Feb 2015

    Damascus, SANA – President Bashar al-Assad described in an interview with the Swedish Expressen Newspaper  the outcomes of Moscow talks as a breakthrough and said that the UN envoy’s Aleppo plan, which is supported by the government, was spoiled by external intervention, renewing his warning that the terrorism imported to Syria will “bite” its backers whenever it has ... Read More »

400 Percent Rise in Antisemitic Incidents in Europe in 2014

Israel Jewish Light

Since the beginning of 2014, there has been an increase of 400 percent in the number of antisemitic incidents in Europe and around the world as compared with 2013, writes The Algemeiner. “The data showing the increase was collected as part of a special project by Israel’s NRG news website and the Forum to Coordinate the Fight Against Antisemitism. The report, ... Read More »