Israel’s Sacred Terrorism – translated by Livia Rokach

Introduction POPULAR SUPPORT of Israel over the last quarter of a century has been based on a number of myths, the most Persistent of which has been the myth of lsrael’s security, Implying the permanent existence of grave threats to the survival of Jewish society in Palestine, this myth has been carefully cultivated to evoke … More Israel’s Sacred Terrorism – translated by Livia Rokach

The sufficiently compelling case that Mossad did 9/11

The only reason the 9/11 issue is complicated is because there is a strategic reason to construct the official narrative.  Actually this is similar to the case of Israeli occupation of Palestine in that the case against expansion of settlements at least since 1967 was uncomplicated and simple and uncontroversial in terms of international law … More The sufficiently compelling case that Mossad did 9/11

Some thoughts about Noam Chomsky

I have a great deal of admiration for Professor Noam Chomsky.  Without him, our collective understanding of American imperialism from 1945 when America conquered the world would suffer greatly.  He has been an inspiring leader of progressive thinking in America and the world valiantly and often alone in highlighting the wars covert and overt undertaken … More Some thoughts about Noam Chomsky

Ze’ev Jabotinsky’s 1923 essay ‘The Iron Wall’

We are in an interesting time in world history where there has been a movement for a post-Soviet world order.  As controversial as it is considered now, I believe that history will bear out my claim that the crucial part of the transition to a new world order is the adoption by America of the … More Ze’ev Jabotinsky’s 1923 essay ‘The Iron Wall’

Henry R. Luce: The American Century

The neoconservative Zionists who I allege directly planned 9/11 were members of a group called ‘The Project for a New American Century’.  It is extremely worthwhile to reproduce the original ‘American Century’ project which is modified in the plans set in motion with the 9/11 Reichstag. The American Century HENRY R. LUCE (first published in … More Henry R. Luce: The American Century

Nucleic acids and protein synthesis: history according to Bernal

My interest in proteins currently is focused on protein docking and is geometric.  But I like the historical perspective afforded by Bernal. Although it was already evident by 1953 that nucleic acids contained the code for protein synthesis, how they operated required further investigation and revealed unsuspected but soluble complexities.  Their studies brought to light … More Nucleic acids and protein synthesis: history according to Bernal