Has Trump Unwittingly Doomed The Israeli State?

This is an interesting article which we thought readers would appreciate. It delves into the current US policy that is going to grant Israel all of Palestine, piece by bloody piece. However, the author points out that such a result would eventually end with Palestinian dominance of any new political entity. via Has Trump Unwittingly […]

AIPAC Rules, The United States

Originally posted on REBEL VOICE:
Mint Press is an all-too-rare example of the Free Press. This post demonstrates perfectly the corruption that exists within US government circles due to the undue influence of Israel. If the people of the US could only see the truth, regarding the malign influence that the Zionist state exerts, and…

Israel’s Cyber Achilles Heel

Originally posted on REBEL VOICE:
We can see how any attempts to interrupt Israel’s cyber industry are regarded as a major attack on Israel itself. The Zionist state relies heavily upon its IT industry. If said industry can be disabled or weakened, then the Israeli regime will likewise be weakened. Computers are but one Achilles…

Free Staters And Anti-Republican Pogroms

Originally posted on REBEL VOICE:
Ireland has long had a sad history of citizens who aspire to be English or, at the very least, try to be accepted by the English Establishment as pets and lackeys. British colonialism has left a strong imprint upon the psyche of the Irish people. Republicans are aware of the…

Scorpions of capitalism

Originally posted on REBEL VOICE:
A scorpion asks a frog to carry it across a river. The frog hesitates, afraid of being stung, but the scorpion argues that if it did so, they would both drown. Considering this, the frog agrees, but midway across the river the scorpion does indeed sting the frog, dooming them both.…

The Mystic’s Recollection

Originally posted on REBEL VOICE:
The Mystic’s Recollection ? By Fionn’s table, the Traveller sat In dreams, though not his own To gaze below on a tortured land Of brick and barn and bone, Where he thought sad thoughts, It was all he had, A burden carried sore That anchored deep The days passed by…