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Zionized Egyptian Mubarak’s Regime

In politics one’s brother could easily and quickly turn into enemy while yesterday’s enemy could, as easily and as quickly, turn into a beloved brother. Case in point is the case of Gaza Palestinians.  They used to be the brothers of previous Egyptian ruling regimes, and the Egyptian frontal defense line against its enemy; Israel. But now, Palestinians have been made, by the present Mubarak’s Egyptian regime, an enemy, while Israel, who was Egypt’s (and all Arab’s) enemy had been turned, by this same Egyptian regime, into a beloved brother. 

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NY Times: No conflict of interest

With the conventional wisdom

The New York Times’ public editor wrestled this week with conflict-of-interest charges sparked by the revelation that Jerusalem bureau chief Ethan Bronner’s son had joined the Israeli army. The executive editor of the paper responded with a sensible defense of the paper’s decision to keep Bronner in that position.

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Churchill’s Crimes & Chilcot Inquiry on Iraq War

Anglo Holocaust Commission

In WW2 Churchill deliberately starved 6-7 million Indians to death, continued to foster Muslim-Hindu antipathy that led to the horrors of Indian Partition and persuaded his War Cabinet on racist Partition of Palestine. Yet Sir Martin Gilbert, an eminent UK historian and member of  the current UK Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq War, made no mention of Churchill’s WW2 Bengali Holocaust  in 2 definitive books about Churchill.

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Rethinking 'Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been'

Five decades ago, the “Pied Piper of Tucson,” a psychopathic killer, roamed the streets of this Southwest city seeking, seducing and killing teen-aged girls. Strangely, teenagers throughout the Tucson area that knew of his lawless and abnormal behavior kept silent, saying nothing to parents or police. More strange still, this short and stocky Pied Piper stuffed his boots with paper to appear taller, strutted cockily about mimicking teen talk and charismatically charming his prey. Parents and police had only one word to explain the silence, “inexplicable.”

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Jobs, jobs, jobs: gone, gone, gone!

Here we go again, answering to the mindless, one-issue mentality of America’s Main Street.  That Main Street that supposedly represents the consensus of what most Americans think.  Or, some might argue, what the media persist the issue to be in the minds of many, if not most, Americans.  And since that Republican fellow (Scott Brown) was elected to represent Massachusetts in the US Senate… to dare sit on that chair occupied for almost half a century by Ted Kennedy, the issue has become jobs, jobs and nothing but jobs.  The lack of them, that is!

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