Monthly Archives: December 2017

John Paul Jones: American hero or Scottish scoundrel?

John Paul Jones, with his ship flying the flag of the rebellious colonists of North America "The greatest miscreant under the Read more [...]

The need for cooperation and unity

Competition vs cooperation Graham Peebles examines the destructive effects of competition – the guiding principle of our time – and argues that “cooperation needs to replace competition in all areas, tolerance substituted for prejudice and hate, sufficiency and sharing encouraged in place of excess and greed”. Read more [...]

From Barak to Trump: Arrogance, ignorance and phony “peace” plans

Ehud Barak and Donald Trump Uri Avnery examines the headline-grabbing, arrogant and ignorant authors of the latest phony “peace plans” offered by former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and US President Donald Trump and his Jewish entourage. Read more [...]

Trump apes Balfour: giving away what isn’t his to give

Trump in solidarity with Netanyahu Stuart Littlewood stresses that Jerusalem is not Trump's to give away in 2017 any more than Palestine was Balfour's to promise the Zionists in 1917, noting that “We see where Balfour's running sore has led one hundred years later.” Read more [...]

Watch: Jerusalem, “The Flower of Cities”

Fairuz, "The Flower of Cities" Nureddin Sabir, Editor, Redress Information Read more [...]

War is peace: Trump’s move on occupied Jerusalem

War is peace: Trump's move on occupied Jerusalem Gilad Atzmon writes: No one has Read more [...]

Netanyahu ditches US Jews for alliance with Christian evangelicals and the alt-right

Netanyahu vs US Jews Jonathan Cook argues that the government of Israeli Prime Minster Binyamin Netanyahu seems to prefer as allies Christian evangelicals and white US supremacists, who love Israel as much as they appear to despise Jews, than US Jews. Read more [...]

The myth of one Jewish nation

Myth of Jewish nation Uri Avnery says “the entire relationship between Israelis and diaspora Jews is built on a lie: the belief that they are the same people”, and that the “sooner the two sides recognise this... the better it is for both”. Read more [...]