Category Archives: Politics/Foreign correspondents

Stephen Miller, Trump’s policy advisor

“I think [Miller] is an American nationalist, but that doesn’t mean he is a racial nationalist… I do not think he is a white nationalist,” Spencer said. “Stephen Miller would never be alt-right at the time, or probably now too.” … Continue reading

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What I saw at the Women’s March

The atmosphere at the march reminded me of the blackout in NYC, 2003 – lots of people crowded in the streets after some inexplicable disaster, trying to figure out what to do next. Continue reading

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Trump’s Targeted Campaign

On the day of the third presidential debate between Trump and Clinton, Trump’s team blasted out 175,000 distinct variations on his arguments, mostly via Facebook. The messages varied mostly in their microscopic details, in order to communicate optimally with their … Continue reading

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Innocent-looking US Charities that help Fund Terrorism

One example worth investigating is the Gaza-based Unlimited Friends Association for Social Development (UFA). At least eight prominent U.S. charities and, apparently, the taxpayer-funded United States Agency for International Development (USAID) are supporting this Palestinian group. A close examination of … Continue reading

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Yes, the Saudi government helped the 9/11 terrorists

Though much is still redacted, they also show the Saudi government’s ties to the hijackers and other al Qaeda suspects were so extensive that the FBI’s Washington field office created a special squad to investigate the Saudi angle. But this … Continue reading

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The Saudi connection linking the Boston Marathon to September 11 – World – Haaretz.com

Back in the early 1990s, Chechnya and neighboring Dagestan became a stronghold in the Caucasus region for the radical stream of Sunni Islam, Wahhabism. Mosques and madrasas were opened; training camps for young combatants were established to prepare them for … Continue reading

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Isis fighters complaining of ‘Saudi nepotism’ on group’s waiting list for suicide bombers | The Independent

“Those Saudis have got things sewn up, they won’t let anyone in, they are letting their relatives go to the front of the line using blat (connections),” he reportedly told Chatayev. British militants who reportedly died in suicide missions in … Continue reading

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