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October, 2018

  • 30 October

    Love your enemy!Reflexions on the Pittsburgh massacre

      The recent mass murder of Jews in a Pittsburgh Synagogue have shocked and horrified the world. The attacks highlight, once again, America’s psychotic pandemic and the seemingly unstoppable proliferation of evil and hatred in a godless society.   President Trump has strongly condemned the attacks, yet the leaders of organised Jewry such as the Anti-Defamation League have blamed Trump for the rise of what they refer to as ‘white nationalism’. But little or no mention is made of Trump’s close relationship with Israel, the so-called ‘Jewish State’. Steve Bannon, Trump’s former Chief Strategist, was the editor of Breitbart News …

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  • 19 October

    Trump and the Disease of Middle-Class Leftism

    As mid-term elections approach in the United States, President Trump’s political future is at stake. In this essay, I argue that these elections are not only about Trump’s future but the future of reason and civilisation in a world where madness has seized the reins of power. This is perhaps the first time in modern history where expressing support for the US president could get you fired from your job, or abruptly excluded from polite company. Ask any respectable middle-class person what they think of Trump and you are sure to hear negative feedback: how could anyone defend such an …

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August, 2018

  • 28 August

    Wildcats and Persian Cats: Trump’s Twitter War on Iran

    Since assuming office in 2016, President Trump has surprised and outraged many of his liberal critics. His latest incendiary tweets against Iran have perplexed fans and foes alike. But the Trump administration and the Islamic Republic of Iran have far more in common than their rhetorical outbursts would suggest. So Donald Trump is ranting and raving about Iran again. The liberal media are saying he’s trying to distract their attention from his recent ‘evil’ encounter with Vladimir Putin. He’s trying to appear tough again. But Trump’s pronouncements on Iran are so bizarre, so disconnected from any reality, that they just …

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July, 2018

  • 18 July

    The Helsinki Summit and Future of Syria: Is Trump a Peacemaker?

    The liberation of the city of Daraa by the Syrian Arab Army signals the possible end of the 7-year war which has devastated the country. Daraa, a city along the Lebanese border, was the scene of the first violent confrontations between armed groups and police in March 17 2011. I visited Syria in April of 2011 and had the opportunity to investigate the events of that day. Syrian state media showed aerial footage of snipers shooting into the crowd and at police. I discovered that the technique of hidden snipers had also been used in Egypt and Tunisia during the CIA’s …

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