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As Democrats were trying to downplay the rampant antisemitism in their ranks, Elon Musk suddenly becomes the poster boy for antisemitism. This is how the left works.Read More
The Trump administration’s Schedule F executive order aimed at making it easier to hire and fire career civil servants in policy roles. Biden immediately canceled it.Read More
. . . Much of what was told to me during my time in Palestine was patently false. But the most harmful and untrue narratives didn’t come from Palestinians: They came from the Western leftists pretending to adopt their cause.
I went on tours and volunteered with Westerners who blithely dismissed murders of Israeli “settlers” in the nearby neighborhood as mere attention-seeking. They glossed over Palestinians running at IDF soldiers in vicious knife attacks, implying it was understandable or at least not that notable . . . .
In the wake of Oct. 7, the left’s response makes much more sense when you consider the falsehoods they choose to believe about Israeli history. Unpacking those false narratives exposes the big lie at the heart of the left’s view of Israel and Jewish people more broadly.
The primary big lie is that Israel “stole” a country and randomly appeared out of nowhere to persecute innocent Arabs . . . .
By Robert Malone
Each nation in the world has its own culture, governance structures, traditions, property, borders, and peoples. We must preserve the diversity and sovereignty of nations and cultures.
By globally synchronizing the public health response across the United Nations member states, new powers were granted to the UN and its organizations at the cost of national sovereignty. These universally applied regulations and multilateral agreements have given birth to an enlarged, globalized administrative state.
Although this power grab has been percolating for many decades, the Covid crisis acted as an accelerant to synergize international agreements that advance the UN as a world government.