Monthly Archives: December 2012
Stuart Littlewood highlights the PLO’s lackadaisical approach to Palestinian rights which is characterized by near-total communications and PR failure and reliance on advice from Britain’s Zionist stooges and pimps.
Alan Hart imagines an honest conversation with an unshackled President Obama on where Zionism is leading Israel and the Jews, and what a just solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would require.
Lawrence Davidson analyses the cultural context of US gun ownership and argues that domestic gun-related murders, though massive, are a fraction of the havoc wreaked by the US on the world.
Jonathan Cook looks at how Israel’s behind-the-scenes religious intolerance, which verges on hatred, has extended to the point of attempting to ban Christmas trees and prohibit New Year celebrations.
Stuart Littlewood argues that instead of capitalizing on Palestine’s UN victory by seeking to bring Israel to account for its crimes, the Palestinian leadership remains "stuck in the same old time-wasting groove".
Alan Hart explains why the USA’s Zionist lobby is smearing Nebraska Senator Chuck Hagel, who is thought to be President Barack Obama’s favourite as the next US defence secretary, replacing Leon Panetta.
Jonathan Cook says the Washington Post’s killing of the story of Murdoch’s bid to buy the US presidency shows how US corporate elites subvert any notion of real democracy in the USA.
Jamal Kanj argues that while Israel – with Western complicity – is terrorizing and persecuting Palestine’s Christians, its spokesman are mounting a disinformation campaign that blames the plight of Christians on Muslims.
As Christmas approaches, Stuart Littlewood recalls the continuing horror endured by Palestinians in Gaza, and contrasts the bravery of Catholic priest Father Manuel Musallam with the cowardice and connivance of Western politicians.