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Draconian Cybersecurity Bills

internet-censorshipBipartisan complicity's involved in hyping cyber threats. At issue is promoting draconian cybersecurity legislation.

Obama supports congressional effects. Internet freedom's at stake. So are other civil liberties.

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US Belligerency Risks Global War

sanctionsThe business of America is war. Since WW II, permanent war for unchallenged global dominance became policy.

The Pentagon calls it a "long war." Dick Cheney said it won't end in our lifetime. GHW Bush called it a "New World Order." Nations are ravaged one at a time or in multiples.

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Art of Resistance – a comment on Günter Grass

Nobel Laureate Günter GrassOutrage in Germany, Nobel Laureate Günter Grass has, once again told the truth about Israel being the greatest threat to world peace.

Günter Grass, Germany’s most famous living author and the 1999 recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature, sparked outrage in Germany on Wednesday with the publication of a poem, “What must be said,” in which he sharply criticizes Israel’s offensive approach towards Iran.

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'Relative quiet, a few casualties'

Sheldon Adelsonby Adam Keller

Binyamin Netanyahu, Israel's Prime Minister, has a good friend named Sheldon Adelson. Sheldon Adelson is a billionaire, who makes a lot of money out of the gamblers who travel to gamble in his casinos at  Macau, once a colony of Portugal and now a gambling colony of the People's Republic of China. So much money does he make out of the from gambling in Macau that he has no trouble at all to pay out of his pocket three hundred million dollars in order to finance for his good friend Binyamin Netanyahu a Hebrew newspaper called "Israel today".

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Clinton's Loose War Talk

Hillary ClintonWhen President Obama spoke before the American Israel Public Affairs Committee some weeks ago, he admonished those who engaged in “loose talk of war” about Iran. Apparently, his secretary of state, Hillary Rodham Clinton, didn’t get the memo.

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