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Soviet Angels

One of the lesser-known elements of the story of Israel’s false-flag attack on the USS Liberty on the afternoon of June 8, 1967, is that the survivors aboard the ravaged … Continue reading

February 15, 2019 · 12 Comments

“Don’t Jive Me, Man”

In the aftermath of the Six-Day War, Israeli diplomat Ephraim Evron was troubled by the support shown by many American blacks for the Egyptians. Evron’s friend, the radical journalist Paul … Continue reading

January 12, 2019 · 10 Comments

A Total Hack of Agency

Those in search of Christmas viewing off the beaten path this year might want to look up Agency, a 1980 Canadian thriller about media weaponization that a reader recently brought … Continue reading

December 21, 2018 · 10 Comments

“Tunisia Should Serve as a Model”

    Two months ago, the based, redpilled, and totally-not-a-shithole North African country of Tunisia took “an important step forward in defending the rights of the 10 to 15 percent … Continue reading

December 14, 2018 · 12 Comments

Stalin, Palestine, and the Zio-Soviet Split

Sovietism and Zionism, despite undeniable intersection, were ultimately not identical or of a single purpose. At stake in Zio-Soviet relations during the 1940s was the question of whether the Israeli … Continue reading

November 10, 2018 · 20 Comments

A “New Element” in Postcolonial Africa

Being the seeker after the obscure that I am, I’ve been perusing some Soviet commentaries on the politico-economic situations in various African countries during the 1960s, following ostensible independence from … Continue reading

June 24, 2018 · 10 Comments

Sick in Tangier: My Lost Weekend in Morocco

A reader expressed some interest in hearing about my trip to Morocco. It isn’t a pleasant memory. Back in the darkness of the late George W. Bush years, I was … Continue reading

July 20, 2017 · 32 Comments

Clinton, Pollard, Lewinsky, Tripp, and the Zionist Spider Web

Bill Clinton’s relationship with “the Jews” was a complex one during the nineties and resists easy classification. His affinity for the globalizing and financializing tendencies of these years is well-known; … Continue reading

May 28, 2017 · 34 Comments

The Line in the Sand

History repeats itself in Syria. Now, as decades ago, the peoples of the Middle East find themselves the beneficiaries and the victims of a renewed theater in the Cold War … Continue reading

April 14, 2017 · 29 Comments

Brothers in the Struggle: Muammar Gaddafi and African Liberation Movements

Muammar Gaddafi’s primary objectives in implementing his 1969 revolution were, firstly, Libyan political and economic sovereignty and, secondly, pan-Arab unification. He considered these problems, however, within the context of a … Continue reading

March 18, 2017 · 16 Comments