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[…] or celebrities: i.e. no recognisable brand. As importantly, backed by the rise of South America, it gives global Christianity an economic and political power base that challenges murder emanating from minute pockets of some Muslim communities – while accelerating and embracing dialogue with Islam in general whose only figureheads in the West happen to […]

Confronting Radicals: What America Can Learn From Israel by David Rubin

Lobster Issue 82 (Winter 2021) FREE

[PDF file]: […] well-respected Reverend Franklin Graham’, who made clear Islam was ‘an evil and wicked religion True Islam cannot be practiced in this country’, not least because ‘You cannot murder your children’. What is new in this volume, however, is that Rubin broadens his attack to embrace the ‘Left’, a category that includes the Democratic Party. […]

Deaths in Parliament: a legend re-examined

Lobster Issue 73 (Summer 2017) FREE

[PDF file]: […] prompt me to take a proper look at a historical mystery invoked by Masood’s onslaught. Since he plainly intended to invade the House of Commons, presumably to murder as many people as possible once inside, the question arises of how deaths in Parliament are handled. There has been a rumour for many years that […]

White Malice: The CIA and the Covert Recolonization of Africa by Susan Williams

Lobster Issue 82 (Winter 2021) FREE

[PDF file]: […] me) so he was ousted and killed. Williams devotes 250 pages to the Congo and the death of Lumumba. The events, military, political and diplomatic, preceding that murder are detailed day by day, sometimes even hour by hour. To justify the killing of Lumumba and the installation of an American puppet, the CIA duly […]

The view from the bridge

Lobster Issue 75 (Summer 2018) FREE
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[PDF file]: […] conversation to be found on Global Research.39 The most startling claim there is this about James Earl Ray’s escape from prison a year or so before King’s murder. William Pepper: ‘Yes, that was arranged. J Edgar Hoover sent $25,000 into Memphis with Clyde Tolson, his number 2. Tolson was always an intermediary. . .intermediary […]

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