Posts Tagged ‘brief’

Zarif to brief MPs on Iranian delegation’s visit to New York

Tasnim – Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif plans to attend a meeting of the parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission to brief the lawmakers on the Iranian delegation’s recent visit to New York for the UN General Assembly, the spokesman for the commission said. Speaking to Tasnim, Hossein Naqavi Hosseini said according to […]

Israeli Massacres: A Brief and Shocking History

Child killed in the Qana massacre, in an air strike carried out by the Israeli Air Force (IAF) on a three-story building, during the 2006 Lebanon War. 28 civilians were killed, of which 16 were children. Israeli massacres, many including child victims, span 70 years – thousands of Palestinian lives snuffed out in the pursuit […]

Four Funerals and a Wedding – A Brief History of the War on Humanity

Julian Rose, Contributor Waking Times Here, in the village of Stryszow in Southern Poland, you can hear the funeral ceremonies from the farmhouse on the hill where I reside during my time in this Country. The mournful cadences of the undertaker match the dull mechanical tolling of the church bell, as friends and relatives of […]

A Brief History of the Federal Reserve

Patrick J. Herbert, Contributor Waking Times “We have in this country one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever known. I refer to the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Reserve Banks. Some people think the Federal Reserve Banks are U.S. Government institutions. They are not government institutions. They are private credit monopolies; […]

Dead On Arrival: A Brief Post-Mortem On The US’ Regime-Change Operation In Venezuela

We understand that there are ultimately only three ways to attack a target state until it collapses: Supporting an internal coup/revolution or terrorism; Economic embargo perhaps leading to or justified by 1, and; Military invasion justified by the government’s reaction to 1 […]

The Militarization of America’s Police: A Brief History

By Brian Miller “Get the weapons of war off our streets!” This may sound familiar, as it’s often heard from those attempting to pass more gun control legislation. But what you don’t hear is that it’s simply untrue that “weapons of war” are available to the general public. What is true is that you’d last […]

A Brief History Of The Kingdoms Of israel And Judah

A Brief History Of The Kingdoms Of Israel And Judah Solving The Mystery Of The Disappearing Hebrews By Biblicism Institute The twelve ancient Hebrew tribes were united under the Kingdom of Israel for about 80 years of their existence: 40 years under their first King, Saul, and 40 years under David’s son, King Solomon. David […]

Attending school while Palestinian: brief (horror) stories from the last 6 weeks

Israeli forces prepare to demolish a school in Hebron, West Bank on 11 July 2018 [DonnaBaranski-Walker/Twitter] Children in occupied West Bank schools are attacked and traumatized on a regular basis, as a matter of official policy. These are stories from just November and ten days in December (subsidized by American tax dollars).  compiled by If […]

“Mysterious Helicopters” Rescuing ISIS And al-Qaeda – A Brief Timeline

By Brandon Turbeville Although the United States government routinely denies that it in any way cooperates with ISIS, reports continue to manifest themselves demonstrating exactly the opposite, particularly in Syria. Over the course of the war and ever since the emergence of the terrorist organization on the world scene, there have been a number of […]

A Brief History of Repressive Regimes and Their Gun Laws

Arguably one of the rights that has seen less government encroachment in the US — in contrast to other activities such as commerce — gun rights are now witnessing unprecedented attacks at thestate level and even from politically-connected corporate entities. Although gun control laws are not created equally in terms of overall impact, gun confiscation […]

Les Visible: A Brief Synopsis on my Situation

By LES VISIBLE Dog Poet Transmitting……. This moving account of Les Visible’s recent health problems is followed by a 3-minute video poem called “Mystic Musing”, beautifully ready by Patrick Willis.  My heart goes out to Les in his pain and suffering.  His stoical endurance of the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune reminds me in […]

Upset By The New York Times “Racist” Hire? A Brief History of Racism at the U.S.’ “Paper of Record”

NEW YORK — On Wednesday, the New York Times’ announcement of its most recent hire — South Korean-American journalist Sarah Jeong — quickly sparked controversy following the emergence of Jeong’s past racist tweets targeting Caucasians. The tweets — which included comparing “dumbass fucking white people” to dogs, asserting that white people would “go extinct soon,” […]

KGB tactics? Journalists & pundits rush to interpret brief opening remarks before Trump-Putin summit

Sitting next to each other, Trump and Putin offered up a few off-the-cuff comments to the press about what the two leaders hoped to achieve during their meeting. The brief and rather unremarkable exchange was immediately pounced on by journalists and pundits, who provided wide-ranging verdicts on a summit that had barely just begun. Some […]

Who Is the Real Culprit Behind the Chemical Attacks in Syria? A Brief History

Last Friday night, the United States launched a series of missile strikes on Syria in retaliation for the alleged chemical attacks by the Syrian army in Douma, a town in northeast suburb of Damascus. Douma, which is part of the Ghouta district where a ferocious war has been raging between the Syrian government forces and […]

A brief history of Israeli terror in Palestine

     It would be nice to think that, as an Israeli officer once put it, “This time we went too far” – that the killings of 17 unarmed protesters in Gaza by Israeli riflers across a security fence on Friday would cause the world to sanction Israel for its conduct. But if you look over […]

A brief, unhappy history of Israeli massacres

It would be nice to think that, as an Israeli officer once put it, “This time we went too far” — that the killings of 17 unarmed protesters in Gaza by Israeli riflers across a security fence on Friday would cause the world to sanction Israel for its conduct. But if you look over Israel’s […]

A Brief History Of The U.S. Relationship To Jihadists And al-Qaeda Across The World

By Brandon Turbeville Major hat tip to Washington’s Blog for its article ““Sleeping With the Devil: How U.S. And Saudi Backing Of Al-Qaeda Led Directly To 9/11,” Tony Cartalucci of Land Destroyer Report.  To many Americans who pay only a small portion of their time to what is happening in Syria, the claim that […]

A Brief History of Censorship and How It’s Playing Out Now

Christina Sarich, Guest Waking Times  Censorship has been considered a legitimate instrument for controlling the political and social position of the masses for centuries. It did not dawn in our current Orwellian state. With the massive YouTube channel bans, social media limitations of reach, shadow banning, and false narrative creation, we can look to […]

Panic spreads as Facebook suffers brief outage across US, Europe & Asia

A number of reports of the social network being down surfaced around 08:00 GMT, according to, with a notable increase shortly before 11:00 GMT. Facebook users from Hong Kong, Philippines, Sweden, Denmark, the US, and a number of other countries were greeted with a message that read “Sorry, something went wrong” when trying to […]

Globalist Agenda Watch 2018 [+ Let the games begin & How the war will develop & A brief word on the globalists’ fake ETs (enhanced)]

(Special Note – 9 February 2018) – Let the games begin The Winter Olympics opening ceremony has now taken place, and its theme was “Peace in Motion.” (LOL) We’ll see about that. So here are some things to note as we go forward… > During his pre-Olympic visit to Japan, Vice President Pence made this […]

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