Do We Need to Bring Back Internment Camps?

Originally posted on Aletho News:

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By Ron Paul | July 27, 2015

Last week, Retired General Wesley Clark, who was NATO commander during the US bombing of Serbia, proposed that “disloyal Americans” be sent to internment camps for the “duration of the conflict.” Discussing the recent military base shootings in Chattanooga, TN, in which five US service members were killed, Clark recalled the internment of American citizens during World War II who were merely suspected of having Nazi sympathies. He said: “back then we didn’t say ‘that was freedom of speech,’ we put him in a camp.”

He called for the government to identify people most likely to be radicalized so we can “cut this off at the beginning.” That sounds like “pre-crime”!

Gen. Clark ran for president in 2004 and it’s probably a good thing he didn’t win considering what seems to be his disregard for the Constitution. Unfortunately in the current presidential race…

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Conspiracy vs. Facts: Who killed JFK?

Originally posted on Aletho News:

By Maidhc Ó Cathail | The Passionate Attachment | November 22, 2013

In all the media coverage of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, with its predictably misleading analysis of the attendant conspiracy theories, there are a few intriguing facts that you are unlikely to read.

Fact #1: When John F. Kennedy demanded in a personal letter dated May 18, 1963 that David Ben-Gurion end Israel’s nuclear weapons program — considered by one leading Israel advocate in a 2010 Jerusalem Postop-ed to be “necessary to ensure Jewish survival in a very hostile world” — the Israeli Prime Minister “abruptly resigned” in order to avoid answering.

Fact #2: Kennedy’s alleged lone assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, was assassinated by Jacob Rubenstein, whose rabbi recently told The Jewish Daily Forward that he thinks Ruby told him when he visited the mobster from Chicago the next day in…

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Jesus Was A Palestinian.

Originally posted on The International Reporter:

by Katherine Frisk:

I am going to tell you straight off the bat that Jesus was not the King of the Jews, he was not the son of David and he was not from the tribe of Judah. And then I am going to prove it to you.

If Jesus was alive today he would be living in Nabulus, he would be shot at regularly and by now would most probably have spent time in prison and under some form of torture. His house would have been bulldozed down and he would have lost at least two siblings who would have either died in prison or been shot at or bombed to death. It really would not matter if he came into this world as a Samaritan, a Christian or a Muslim. He would still be regarded as an illegal occupier of his own land. And if by now he…

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