The New York Times’ reporting on the meaning of Nakba Day shows how the major media systematically whitewash the ethnic cleansing of Palestine from history.
On the Free Man Beyond the Wall podcast, I answer listeners’ questions about vaccines, the Israel-Palestine conflict, and the Federal Reserve system.
Elan Journo and Danny Sjursen debated how to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, and while Sjursen rightly won, both were wrong on a few key points.
The Jerusalem Institute of Justice’s video “The Israeli Palestinian Conflict: 10 Myths Preventing Peace” is a work of propaganda that only perpetuates lies.
Apologists for Israel’s crimes against the Palestinians claim the state has a “right to exist” in an effort to legitimize the ethnic cleansing of Palestine.
By falsely accusing Congresswoman Ilhan Omar of anti-Semitism, her critics are feeding into the very racist stereotype they claim to be challenging.
The UN ironically commemorates the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People on the anniversary of one of its great crimes against them.
The significance of the 1917 Balfour Declaration is that it set Great Britain on a policy course that ultimately facilitated the Zionists’ ethnic cleansing of Arabs from their homes in Palestine.
Max Fisher in the New York Times purports to explain why thousands of dead Yemenis haven’t sparked US outrage. Instead, he goes out of his way not to.