Thought for the day

"Instead of giving a politician the keys to the city, it might be better to change the locks." -- Doug Larson, English middle-distance runner who won gold medals at the 1924 Olympic Games


Kiev Continues Attacks On Civilians On Russian Territories

The Ukrainian war is ongoing on the front lines as well as in the regions where are no battles but the lives of civilians are threatened. The Armed Forces of Ukraine continue shelling the regions that went out of control of the Kiev regime and Russian border regions, targeting civilian facilities.

In September, a highly revealing academic paper was published exposing the details of a previously hidden operation by Zionist militias during the 1948 Nakba (or “Catastrophe”), in which chemical and biological weapons were used to poison Palestinians, intervening Arab armies, and the citizens of neighboring states with typhoid, dysentery, malaria, and other diseases.

Guantanamo Bay: Oldest prisoner freed after being held for 17 years without charge MikeRivero Mon, 10/31/2022 - 09:02

Human rights organisations have celebrated the release of the oldest illegally held prisoner at the Guantanamo Bay US detention site in Cuba. 

Saifullah Paracha, 75, was returned to Pakistan according to the foreign ministry in Islamabad and the US Defence Department. 

The United States on Saturday released the oldest prisoner who was held for two decades at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba - after his arrest in Thailand in 2003 soon after the so-called "Global War on Terror" was launched. 

75-year old Saifullah Paracha was transferred to his home country of Pakistan. Amazingly, he spent nearly 20 years in US detention at the high-secure military prison without trialnor was he ever formally charged. He was suspected of being an al-Qaida financier. 

The United Nations has suspended its anti-torture mission to Australia after inspectors were not allowed to visit several jails and detention facilities in the country, with a top official in New South Wales state justifying the blocking of the UN panel.

The United Nations torture prevention body has suspended its tour of Australian detention facilities, citing local authorities’ efforts to put roadblocks in its way, according to the organization’s statement released on Sunday.

The UN Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture (SPT) noted that its delegation “has been prevented from visiting several places where people are detained” while lamenting “difficulties in carrying out a full visit at other locations.” Inspectors were not given all the information and documentation they had requested, the organization stated.

75 years after jewish troops were sent to poison wells in Arab villages, official documentation has been uncovered in Israeli military archives on the biological warfare program called “Operation Cast Thy Bread.” The plot was inspired by the Soviet-backed jewish terrorist group, Nakam, and their plan to kill six million Germans by poisoning water and food sources in postwar Germany.

Ukrainian security forces electrocuted, starved and beat Russian prisoners of war with hammers, two eyewitnesses told Sputnik.

Vladislav Yegilnitsky, a member of the Donetsk People’s Republic armed forces who survived Ukrainian captivity, said Ukrainians routinely beat and maimed detainees at a prison dubbed the Gym.

“They used torture. Their favorite tool was a hammer. They slammed fingers with a hammer and used electric current,” the soldier said.