Beirut, The Lebanese al-Akhbar newspaper revealed that the toxic chemical materials which the terrorist groups used in Khan al-Assal area in Aleppo last March weretransferred by two Qatari officers across Turkey.
For a very special treat, here is a link to a deliciously dark and deviant art site that specializes in the rarer (often erotic) work by famous artists throughout history. Some of it might be rather lewd, then you see that it was by Van Gogh and suddenly it is more interesting to study. I will be honest, it is easy to pass away hours on this beautifully presented somewhat bizarre art site. The image shown is The Kiss of Death by Felician Rops (1893). I find it a very beautiful rendition of dying. Please enlarge it to appreciate fully. Dark Classics is full of such beauty.
REGINA ~ Radio-active armaments used by the US army in Iraq have been highlighted in a recent study as a probable cause for the region’s increase in birth defects, infant deaths and cancer. Unavoidably, some of the uranium that made these weapons radioactive came from Saskatchewan.
Sometimes, low-tech solar devices are much better than high-tech ones for home use, as they not only tend to be cheaper to make, but will also last much longer before any repairs or maintenance are necessary
Bella Dodd is another of those unsung heroes of our resistance and this is her autobiography. She travels down the early stages of the introduction and implementation of the Jew World Order in the United States almost 100 years ago. How did we get to where we are now? Let Bella Dodd teach you as she writes of her life and struggle in the early heady days of Communism in North America. Let her describe their methods of infiltration. And realize that this is how the Zionist Jews have infiltrated the education system. Intriguing reading. It appears to be a long read but every word will resonate with anyone who has been studying the Communist/Jewish problem in the world. In fact, I think I might just read it again now that I have reread a few paragraphs just now!