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Human Frailty, Criminality and Wall Street

CorruptionAnnapolis and Wall Street: Loyalty, Honor and Truth
 
Ronald Reagan’s mantra-by-acclaim that “Greed is good” is finally beginning to squeak a sour note as some Wall Street mobsters are called to walk the gauntlet exposing their defalcation of America’s economy, and their idea of redistributing wealth.  Tuesday was a very revealing day as Goldman Sachs’ executives paraded before members of the US Congress in a very proud and unrepentant way.

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A Nation Born in Deception

State of IsraelAs Israel attempts today to gloss over the reality of its birth 62 years ago with a sweeping public relations campaign extolling the miraculous “resurrection” of ancient Zion in contemporary times, a new nation seeking only peace with its neighbors, it might be enlightening and valuable to examine the truth.

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Canadian/Israeli Stamp of Shame

Canadian/Israeli StampCanada had declared the issuance of a “Canada-Israel Diplomatic Relations” commemorative stamp to celebrate 60 years of relations between the two countries. This stamp will serve as a historical witness and reminder, for many future generations in the whole world, of the inhuman, unethical and immoral Canadian association with and support to the ultimate religiously racist, self-worshipping, rogue, international-law-breaking, murdering, genocidal, ecocidal, and terrorist bastard state of Israel.

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Armenian Genocide Day

Armenian Genocide DayAustralia-New Zealand Anzac Day

Armenian Genocide Day (24 April) and Australia Anzac Day (25 April) are inextricably linked because the 1915-1923 Armenian Genocide (1.5 million dead) commenced the day before the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) invasion of Turkey on 25 April 1915 and after months of Allied shelling – but bothTurkey and Australia are still trapped in genocide denial.

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Democracy in Central Asia

Colors and Flowers… and Soviet Spoils

Two weeks ago, shortly after the political upheaval erupted in Kyrgyzstan, I received an email from my journalist friend in Azerbaijan, Anar Orujov, who is deputy director of ICFJ (International Center for Journalists) in Baku, wanting to engage in a discussion about the problems of democracy in post Soviet countries, including Azerbaijan.

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