Propaganda Roundup. Political Earthquakes And Partial Meltdowns
The Propagandist bears these latest travails with an unbowed spirit. It has been a week from hell. But we shall overcome.
The Mad Dog of the Middle East made a comeback and a complete rout of the Libyan rebels was only prevented last night by a United Nations resolution that has once more put Gaddafi's back to the wall. Meanwhile, Japan's nuclear facilities are still at grave risk of a meltdown, threatening not only the stalwart Japanese but perhaps the wider world as well. And throughout the week, the unapologetic response of some Palestinian groups and many so-called "human rights" activists to the unforgivable terror of the Itamar massacre in Israel shows off the heights of hypocrisy and hatred.
Here are some of the top recent stories from The Propagandist.
- Iranian Nuclear Meltdown Threat
- The Jews of Libya. Their Story Is My Story
- Review of Farzana Hassan's "Islam, Women and the Challenges of Today"
- Trying To Make Sense Of The Slaughter Of Innocents
- Threats In A World Of Twitter
- Building Pyramids In Pyongyang
- Croatian Unrest Against Corrupt Government
- Chipping Away At Tyranny In Burma
Stay strong, allies. And give your thoughts to the Fukushima 50, true heroes fighting on the edge of chaos.
Confusion to our enemies!