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by Anthony Hall From South Africa to Gaza to British Columbia and Alberta: Crime Wave Directed at the Elimination of Indigenous people Many aspects of the world...
VT Writer Anthony Hall puts the Israeli Invasion of its own Gaza Concentration Camp in a Historical and Comparative Perspective. Situates the roots of the current round of Israeli empire-building in Zionist relations with the imperial regimes of Great Britain, Germany, and the United States.
Zionist Christian, televangelist and faith healer Marion "Pat" Robertson has won the first ever Winston Churchill Life Time Achievement Award from fellow Zionist Christian Ralph Reed's Faith and Freedom Coalition last Friday.
The inalienable right to life of every human being at any stage of development must be recognized and protected.
From 1904 until 1950, facsimile copies of “THE JEFFERSON BIBLE: The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth Extracted Textually from the Gospels in Greek, Latin, French and English” were distributed to every newly elected member of the Senate on the very day they swore their oath of office.
"I said, you are gods: you are all children of the Most High God."-Psalm 82:6...The first mention of Israel in the Bible is in Genesis 32, when Jacob wrestled, struggled and then clung to the Divine being and was then renamed Israel.
Are We Burning Our House Down Around Us?
People believe that 1865 marked the ending of slavery in America, and they are wrong.
Native Australian, Professional boxer and social justice Anglican priest, Rev. David B. Smith is currently in the midst of a 17 day USA speaking tour that began in California and concludes in D.C. While in Florida, Rev. Dave and I got together around my kitchen table and began a two day conversation about God, Israel, Palestine, Zionism, Human Rights, Mordechai Vanunu, etc...
The Washington Post's Dan Eggen reports this morning on the results of a WaPo/ABC News poll which shows Americans to be "overwhelmingly" opposed to the recent SCOTUS decision to allow corporations to spend unlimited amounts of cash in election campaigns. "Eight in 10 poll respondents say they oppose the high court's Jan. 21 decision to allow unfettered corporate political spending, with 65 percent "strongly" opposed. Nearly as many backed congressional action to curb the ruling, with 72 percent in favor of reinstating limits. The poll reveals relatively little difference of opinion on the issue among Democrats (85 percent opposed to the ruling), Republicans (76 percent) and independents (81 percent)."