Posts Tagged ‘chronicle’

Roman Chronicle Fragments Offer a New Glimpse of Emperor Hadrian’s Agenda

2,400 years ago, at the mouth of the Tiber River, the Romans established an armed camp and settlement known as Ostia Antica. Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later  Source

Did the Jewish Chronicle’s reviewer Tanya Gold even read my book?

Originally published by Jewish Voice for Labour, 26 May. The Jewish Chronicle last weekend dedicated a full page of its print edition to what was ostensibly a review of my new book, Weaponising Anti-Semitism: How the Israel Lobby Brought Down Jeremy Corbyn (out now from OR Books). I say “ostensibly” because there’s reason to suspect […]

Yet another chronicle of the Taiwan situation

The penultimate chronicle of events accompanying the development of the Taiwan problem, discussed more or less regularly in the NEO, described the state of the initial reaction of politicians, both in Taiwan itself and among leading players in the world, to the rather unexpected results of local authorities elections on the island in late November. […]

A cartoon chronicle of 2022

The cartoonists were busy this year as we managed to complete another lap around the sun. Each week we logged the many crisies and kerfuffles, the shenanigans and brouhahas with our weekly roundup of political cartoons. So as we prepare to start a new lap around the sun, take a moment to reflect on the […]

Chronicle of the Taiwan Issue: the Role of the “Glass of Water”

The Taiwan cluster, i.e. one of the most important and dangerous in the current phase of the Great Game, and it’s a highly dynamic one. Remarkable events follow one after the other, and at least the most significant ones cannot be overlooked. The level of “significance”, in the author’s view, is determined by the extent […]

A Chronicle of the Pre-election Race in ROK: Ahn Cheol-soo’s Game.

For only so long, the author did not pay attention to the third candidate, but now the time is ripe to talk about Ahn Cheol-soo. This is already the third election that this 59-year-old former doctor and software entrepreneur takes part in. In 2012, he ran for president as an independent candidate but dropped out […]

Chronicle Of A War Foretold

Above Photo: Svyatoslav, 6, plays with his tablet in a public basement used as a bomb shelter in Kyiv, Ukraine, Thursday, Feb. 24, 2022. Russia has launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, unleashing airstrikes on cities and military bases and sending troops and tanks from multiple directions in a move that could rewrite the world’s […]

Chris Hedges: Chronicle of a War Foretold

I was in Eastern Europe in 1989, reporting on the revolutions that overthrew the ossified communist dictatorships that led to the collapse of the Soviet Union. It was a time of hope. NATO, with the breakup of the Soviet empire, became obsolete. President Mikhail Gorbachev reached out to Washington and Europe to build a new […]

A Chronicle of the Pre-election Race in ROK: Candidates and their Family Problems

One of the most common tactics in Korean politics since the Middle Ages has been to smear a family member. It is understood that political leaders cannot control their relatives and fail to be aware of their bad transgressions. This means that they could be done with his knowledge, or at least cast a shadow […]

A Chronicle of the Pre-election Race in ROK: Democrats Made Up their Mind, But…

The author continues his series of articles on the presidential race in South Korea, as both camps have made up their minds as to the leading candidates. On 31 August 2021, the ruling Toburo Democratic Party launched a campaign to elect its candidate for the 2022 presidential election. 11 rounds of preliminary regional elections were […]

A Chronicle of the Pre-election Race in ROK: What Topics the Candidates are Delving Into

A conversation about the election race would be incomplete without mentioning what topics the contenders involved are locking horns with each other about. The Korea Times points out that while in previous elections the issues related to North Korea’s nuclear program, and improving inter-Korean relations, were important elements in the debate, neither side is focusing on […]

A Chronicle of the Pre-election Race in ROK: Conservatives and their Feuds

The main problem of the People Power Party is the lack of popular leaders in its own environment, which is why the leader of the Democratic Party, Song Young-gil, even called it “sterile”. Officially, the conservatives themselves have enough candidates for the presidency, but the best of them come in at about 3-4%, possibly getting […]

A Chronicle of the Pre-election Race in ROK: The Democrats and the Problems They Face

This text marks the beginning of a series of stories dedicated to the preparation work for the presidential elections in South Korea. Historically, for South Korea this process resembles an action-packed TV series full of scheming, scandals, and the “fight of bulldogs under the carpet” – and now it is time to get ready to […]


[embedded content]. On April 20, a court ruled that YouTube had to put the video about corona protests in Switzerland back online immediately. The platform did not comply with this until May 14, 2020. Instead of putting the video back online immediately, YouTube took several weeks. The Higher Regional Court (OLG) Dresden imposed a fine […]

Editor Of The Jewish Chronicle Brags How He Got A Man Fired For Making Anti-Zionist Statements On Twitter

Stephen Pollard, the editor for The Jewish Chronicle in the U.K., has written an op-ed piece in which he openly gloats and brags over how simple it was for him to have a man fired whom he decided was an “antisemite” because he openly criticized him and other pro-Zionists on Twitter: As someone who, for […]

Owner of Al-Jawarha Tower Speaks to The Palestine Chronicle: ‘We Will Never Compromise on Our Freedom’ (PHOTOS)

May 21, 2021 Owner of the Al-Jawarha Tower, Ahmad Moustafa al-Za’im, with his children. (Photo: Mahmoud Ajjour, The Palestine Chronicle) By Palestine Chronicle Staff On May 12, Israel destroyed the Al-Jawarha tower in Gaza City, a large building of many stories and numerous flats. It was not the only tower that Israel destroyed in its latest […]

A Chronicle of Holocaust Revisionism: 1945 -1960

A Chronicle of Holocaust Revisionism: Parts 1 – 3 By Thomas Kues Published: 2009-08-01 Part 1: Early Doubts (1945-1949) In a series of articles I will attempt to chronicle the history of Holocaust revisionism, from the end of World War II up till today.[1] For each year, I will provide some relevant details of historical backgrounds, such […]

UK Jewish Chronicle Editor Stephen Pollard and freedom of speech

Gilad Atzmon writes: Stephen Pollard, the caricature of an editor for the rabid Zionist Jewish Chronicle, an outlet that operates as an Israeli mouthpiece and has openly waged intense campaigns against freedom of speech, has once again expressed his support for elementary rights, including the right to offend. In today’s Daily Mail, Pollard writes: “Snowflakes? […]


JUNE 8, 2016 MADDCOLDSONOFKUFA by Jonathan Azaziah It’s only been a few weeks since the Zionist coup in Brazil and a Judaized shift in the Latin American powerhouse and BRICS stalwart is already unfolding. Michel Temer, the putschist who seized power from Dilma Rousseff, is known as a “friend of the Brazilian Jewish community”, and […]

Israeli pronouncement on policing West Bank solidifies one-state apartheid regime — Erekat

The latest area of contention between Israel and the Palestinian leadership is urban centers across the West Bank and just who is running security on the ground. Late last night in a joint statement by Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon and IDF Chief-of-Staff Gadi Eisenkot, the three said they were in […]

8 Reasons 9/11 Could NOT Have Been An Inside Job

Below, we’ll show that 9/11 could NOT have been an inside job … I. The 9/11 Commission and Congressional Investigation Into 9/11 All Disproved Any Conspiracy 9/11 was thoroughly and exhaustively investigated by the 9/11 Commission, Congress and U.S. scientific agencies. This horse has already been beat to death, and […]

Breaking: Turkish or American F16s Down Russian Fighter Over Syria (updating) – Veterans Today

  Putin:  “We will never tolerate crimes like this!” Updates: Official sources inside Syria indicate that one pilot was captured alive and is being held.  The group featured in the video below are part of the new US backed “rebel” force, a mercenary group led by Turkish intelligence officers.  The Pentagon has issue […]

Presidential Elections underway in Belarus

nsnbc : Presidential elections began on Sunday in Belarus. Some 6.9 million registered voters including some 5,700 abroad can participate in the election. The polling stations opened at 08.00 and will be open until 20.00 local time. The electorate can pick between four contenders; Sergei Gaidukevich, Tatiana Korotkevich, Alexander Lukashenko and Nikolai Ulakhovich.  Over 6,100 polling […]

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