It Happened Again

Last year, a couple from the state of Washington quit their jobs and decided to do a world-wide cycling trek across the world to not only spread goodwill but to prove that evil doesn’t exist. During their journey, the two were tragically murdered at the hands of blood thirsty, ISIS terrorists. Paul Joseph Watson reveals…

The Truth About the ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests

Paul Joseph Watson points out that Emmanuel Macron’s carbon tax scheme may have sparked a European Spring. Also, Barack Obama endorsed Macron for President last year and most of Macron’s policies are similar to Obama’s. Here is hoping all of this ends peacefully.

PETA India Silent After Pregnant Goat Rape Incident

PETA India did not condemn a bizarre incident involving a group of eight men stealing and later raping a pregnant goat in Nuh, located in Mewat of Haryana. According to DNA, after the eight men stole the goat, the eight men took the goat to an old home in a remote area and relentlessly sexually…

PETA Won’t Condemn Hamas For Using Animal Weapons

Israel’s Government Press Office released photos on Tuesday taken at the Nature and Parks Authority showing Hamas’s use of innocent creatures for terror attacks. The photos were of a kite made up of a dead falcon that was flown across the Gaza-Israel border from Gaza with flammable material harnessed to its tail. It is one…

Pope Francis Browbeats Oil Executives

Last Monday, The New York Times reported that Pope Francis took time out of his busy schedule to host a conference at the Vatican where money managers and executives of the world’s largest oil companies were assembled allegedly to be urged by the Bishop of Rome to reportedly ask them if they got the message…

Kenneth Clark’s “Civilisation”

Kenneth Clark (1903-1983) was an distinguished British art historian and museum conservator. His most well-known work is the landmark thirteen episode BBC documentary series Civilisation: A Personal View that was broadcast on the network during 1969. While Clark focuses on his specialty, the visual arts, he also highlights the profound relation between art and religion…