by Jonathan Azaziah
Activists on and off the Interwebzzz are abuzz over Rashida Tlaib, the first Palestinian woman ever “elected” to Congress, blurting out that in regards to Trump, “we’re going to go in there and impeach that motherf&%&%r!” The level of sycophancy at this moment seems to be even bigger and more nauseating than the fawning just moments before this latest publicity stunt over her wearing a thobe. The declarations of “yassss! Queen! Slay!” and “what a courageous sister!” and “she’s so hardcore!” are at radioactive levels, really. Because of course, the end of Zio-Imperialism and the liberation of Palestine from Jewish terrorists run through the usurping ‘Israeli’ entity’s personal cheering section – the US Congress – and it’s going to come with twice the swiftness because a sellout politician threw on traditional Arab dress with traditional Palestinian embroidery, right? Please.
Continue reading If House Arab Rashida Tlaib Was Brave, She’d Say “Death To ‘Israel’!” and “Zion Did 9/11”, Not “Impeach That Motherf****r!”
by Penn Bullock, LA Weekly; reprinted by Failed Messiah
The Botach family of Los Angeles is among the more unusual of the very rich. Yoav Botach is a wealthy landlord. He founded, and his son now owns, an arms dealership in an unsettling locale for one: South Central. And his grandson was convicted of conspiracy for peddling to the U.S. Army decomposing ammunition — so old that it was traced to the factories of Mao Tse-tung — as part of a $300 million contract to arm the Afghan government. Continue reading Rabbi Shmuley Boteach’s Family Linked To Illegal Arms Dealing, Money Laundering, Conspiracy, Fraud and Assault
by Wayne Madsen, Strategic Culture
The sixteen-page anti-Russian House Resolution 758, which was recently passed by the U.S. House of Representatives in an overwhelming vote, is a recipe for active U.S. military and intelligence operations against Russia. Former U.S. Representative and Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul, the former congressman wrote that the House resolution mirrored the neoconservative-formulated 1998 Iraq Liberation Act, which was ultimately used by the George W. Bush administration to launch the U.S. attack against Saddam Hussein’s government.
Out of 435 members of the House, only 10 voted against what amounted to virtual authorization for offensive operations against the Russian Federation. The lopsided 411 votes for the resolution suggests that the same Israeli Lobby that racks up similar vote totals in support of Israel and against Iran, were at work with the resolution on Russia. Former Representative and Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich joined Paul in condemning the House action, referring to the anti-Russia resolution as «tantamount to a Declaration of Cold War». Paul was correct in stating that these sorts of resolutions, billed as non-binding «harmless statements of opinion», often lead to sanctions and war. In addition to House resolutions on Iraq, other resolutions calling for U.S. intervention have been used to justify U.S. military actions in Syria and Libya. Continue reading The U.S. Congressional Declaration of War against Russia
by Z.C. Dutka, Venezuela Analysis
Yesterday the United States Senate passed the Venezuela Defense of Human Rights and Civil Society Act of 2014 by voice vote, a bill that will impose further sanctions on Venezuelan senior government officials if passed tomorrow by Congress.
The bill, sponsored by US senators Marco Rubio and Robert Menendez, targets Venezuelan authorities they accuse them of being linked to “significant acts of violence or serious human rights abuses against persons associated with the anti government protests in Venezuela that began on February 4, 2014.”
Though no updated draft has been released, the bill will reportedly deny visas to select Venezuelan authorities and freeze whatever assets and properties they possess in the United States. Continue reading US Senate Passes Bill to Impose Further Sanctions on Venezuela, Maduro Blasts “Economic Blockade”