President Harry S. Truman and the Jews

"The Jews, I find are very selfish... When they have power, physical or political, neither Hitler nor Stalin has anything on them for cruelty or mistreatment to the underdog." President Harry Truman Personal Diary (entry dated July 21, 1947) Once upon a time, the Zionist Jews who control America loved President Harry S. Truman. Starting …

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The surrender of Jerusalem to the British, December 9, 1917. (Photo: Library of Congress)

Remembering the Ottoman Empire in Palestine

The last months of this year contain two landmark centenaries in the history of Palestine. The first is the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, on November 2nd. On that day, while Israelis celebrate, the Palestinians will mourn the short letter which, three decades later, took their country from them, the Nakba which led to …

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The first soviet atomic bomb test, first lightning, Semipalatinsk test site area, Aug. 29, 1949. Source: Getty Images

Cloak, Dagger and Scientific Brilliance: The Making of the Soviet Atom Bomb

On August 29, 1949 the Soviet Union tested its first atomic weapon, detonating the RDS-1 nuclear bomb. Spy intelligence played a huge role in the project’s success, and the data gathered from the U.S. nuclear weapons program helped Soviet scientists to avoid mistakes. The nuclear arms race began over 60 years ago, and according to …

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The Balfour Declaration: A Study in British Duplicity

It's been nearly 100 years since the document changed the course of history, yet Britain still fails to acknowledge Israel's denial of the Palestinian right to national self-determination - and its own complicity. The Balfour Declaration, issued on 2 November 1917, was a short document which changed the course of history. It committed the British …

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Tyranny at Nuremberg. The Criminalization of War

The showtrial of a somewhat arbitrarily selected group of 21 surviving Nazis at Nuremberg during 1945-46 was US Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson’s show. Jackson was the chief prosecutor. As a long-time admirer of Jackson, I always assumed that he did a good job. My admiration for Jackson stems from his defense of law as …

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World War I, 100 Hundred Years Ago: Start of the Third Battle of Ypres, or Battle of Passchendaele

The British supremo, General Haig, thought he could take advantage of the troubles experienced by the French to try once again to achieve a decisive breakthrough of the German lines. This time he planned an offensive in the vicinity of Ypres, in the infamous Flanders’ Fields. Battles had already been fought there in the fall …

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The Zionist Terrorists Who Created Israel

THE “ACTIVITIES” OF THE HAGANA, IRGUN AND STERN BANDS as recorded in BRITISH COMMAND PAPER No. 6873 FOREWORD by: Izzat Tannous, M. D. THE PALESTINE ARAB REFUGEE OFFICE 801 2nd Avenue, Room 801 New York 17, N. Y. FOREWORD The fanatic “Zionist Movement” which began its activities in 1897, had for its objective the transformation of Palestine by …

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‘The De Facto Coup D’état’: When Moshe Dayan Tried to Steal Israel’s First Nuclear Device

A few years ago, a book was published in the United States that deals, among other things, with the history of the Israeli nuclear project. The author lives in the United States and there have been no reviews of the book anywhere. Assuming that the security services in Israel were not aware of its existence, …

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