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On Russia’s Campaign in Syria

So Russia has launched an air campaign in Syria to allegedly defend the embattled Assad regime. While this action will undoubtedly tickle the fancy of Putin’s diehard supporters in anti-Zionist circles, it does not undermine the logical, factual inferences I laid out in my recent essay. The bottom line is this: Putin …

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Is Harper’s Hate Speech Contaminating Canada?

As Dr. Kevin Barrett has reported, our recent book tour of Western Canada culminated in an attempt by the B’nai Brith to shut down our event on Aug. 16 at the Rossdale Community League Hall in Edmonton Alberta. Due in large measure to the principled fortitude of the community hall’s manager, …

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Iran Deal: Ploy for Future Sabotage?

Many are hailing the recent nuclear agreement between the P5+1 powers and Iran as “historic” and a political “breakthrough,” the turning of a new leaf of peace and reconciliation between the West and the Islamic Republic. Such sentiments, while good intentioned, are naïve at best. As we learned all too …

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A Century of Deceit: Iraq, the World Wars, Holocaust Mythology and Zionist Militarism

Some studies estimate that close to 1.5 million Iraqis have lost their lives as a result of the brutal American invasion and occupation of their country in 2003.[1] Millions more Iraqis have become refugees and orphans with no future prospects for prosperity or stability. Most of the critical infrastructure of the …

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CSIS operative linked to ISIS recruiting of British schoolgirls

The Ottawa Citizen has reported that an individual who authorities believe helped three British schoolgirls travel to Syria to join ISIS is linked to Canada’s intelligence agency, CSIS. The Citizen noted that, “Turkish news agencies reported Thursday that a foreign intelligence agent detained in that country on suspicion of helping the girls travel to neighbouring Syria …

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The Destabilization Doctrine: ISIS, Proxies and Patsies

“Islam and the West at War,” reads a recent New York Times headline. It would certainly seem that way if one were to take at face value the putrid assertions of Western governments that are not particularly known for their honesty or integrity. But astute observers of history and geopolitics can spot a deception …

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Israeli False Flags and the Attack on Rev. Stephen Sizer

The counterfeit hoopla surrounding the Charlie Hebdo ‘free speech’ saga was further undermined this week when a prominent British vicar posted an article on Facebook linking Israel to the 9/11 attacks, for which he is now ‘under investigation.’ Stephen Sizer, a well-known reverend of Christ Church, Virginia Water, posted the …

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Zionist Ezra Levant: Canada’s ‘hate speech’ laws result of Jewish lobbying

Zionist commentator Ezra Levant did a recent segment on the hypocrisy of the French government who on the one hand champions the anti-Muslim cartoons of Charlie Hebdo as “free expression” and then went on to arrest comedian Dieudonne for an innocuous Facebook comment the following day. Levant notes that Dieudonne has been …

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Joshua Blakeney: “Ottawa Incident Will Be Used to Throw Critics of Israel in Jail”

I appeared on Press TV twice on October 23, 2014. In the interviews I attempted to contextualize the two alleged “terrorist” incidents which arose this week in the once-peaceful second largest country on earth. I pointed out the incredible, almost unbelievable, coincidence of what the authorities have suggested was an “ISIS-inspired” militant …

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Canadian authorities ran war game drills depicting ISIS attack scenarios

Joshua Blakeney has pointed out that Adrienne Arsenault of CBC reported last night that in the weeks leading up to the two so-called ‘terror’ incidents that took place this week in Quebec and Ottawa Canadian authorities had been running war games exercises depicting such attacks. The relevant commentary starts at 1:52 of …