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  • Giving Thomas Jefferson the Business: The Jefferson-Hemings Hoax

    12/16/2003 11:18:44 AM PST · by mrustow · 213 replies · 3,532+ views
    A Different Drummer/Middle American News ^ | December, 2003 | Nicholas Stix
    In today’s America, a race hoax industry manned by black activists and their white benefactors in the media, politics, and academia produces one outrage after another, with the aim of denigrating white heroes, elevating often obscure blacks, making black racists rich and powerful, and waging race war. So it is with the smear invented in 1802, and in recent years conscripted anew to sully the name of arguably the most brilliant of all of America's Founding Fathers, Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826). The Jefferson-Hemings Hoax claims, without any evidence, that the third president, renaissance man, and author of the Declaration of Independence...
  • Standoff at Iraq’s Beijing Embassy

    07/09/2003 12:53:56 PM PDT · by yonif · 3 replies · 331+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | 17:45 Jul. 09, '03 / 9 Tammuz 5763
    (IsraelNN.com) A standoff underway since last week at the Iraqi embassy in Beijing, China, continues today. Last month, the Iraqi ambassador Muwafaq al-Ani, appointed by Saddam Hussein to the post, was called back home by his nation’s new post-war leadership. Al-Ani refused to go and barricaded himself and his wife, both armed, in the ambassadorial headquarters. According to witnesses, the al-Anis are threatening employees and their families. The acting Iraqi ambassador told Reuters, “We've been unable to enter the embassy since June 7. He's armed and unstable.” Al-Ani, meanwhile, has asked Chinese police for protection, saying embassy staff were armed...