Monthly Archives: June 2007

Brilliance…. from an unlikely source.

I am going to reprint the following article without accreditation until below the excerpt. The author is someone fairly polarizing on the American scene (those who know me, know how I feel about him) but THIS article is absolute brilliance. … Continue reading

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The fine art of Public Relations…. otherwise known as "All the News.."

Last week, both the NY Times and the Washington Post printed an op ed piece by the political adviser to the deposed Hamas/Palestinian Prime Minister Ismael Haniya. As you would expect, it was absurdly self serving, and of course, both … Continue reading

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Partners for Peace…… or murdering thugs?

Perhaps you have been following developments in Gaza and the West Bank over the last several months, and specifically the last week. There is now two separate Palestinian entities, Gaza controlled by Hamas, the area east of Jerusalem between the … Continue reading

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Can’t get any sadder?

One of the horrendous changes over the last several years in the world of terror has been the recruitment of unconventional victims to become human bombs. I say victims for a reason. These have principally been women. They are victims … Continue reading

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The Six Day War and the world today: Part 4(Days 4-6 and the new world order)

Picking up where we left off: As the battle for Jerusalem was ending, the war now took on a different tone. It was no longer lone, little Israel trying to find a way to avoid annihilation by the surrounding Arab … Continue reading

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The Six Day War and the world today Part 3: ( Everything, Nothing; The Battle for Jerusalem)

For those with a cinematic bent, yes, the above references a line in the underrated movie from a few years ago, “Kingdom of Heaven” a fictional account of Salehedin’s recapture of Jerusalem from the English Crusaders. Asked what Jerusalem meant … Continue reading

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The Six Day War and the world today Part 3: ( Syria; Jordan and Day Two)

Much of the information about Syria and Jordan has been mentioned in the first two posts. The situation with the two nations could not have been more different. Syria was fully a client state of the Soviet Union and considered … Continue reading

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