May 12, 2005 News

¤ Baghdad Suicide Bombing Kills 40

The Dubious Wisdom of George W. Bush
In the long run, Mr. President, words matter. They inform us that there is a vast divide between your testament and your ideology, between your ideology and your policies, between your stated purpose and the underlying intent. They inform us that you are not the author of your own mission and that you are nothing more than a mouthpiece for the powers you serve.

¤ Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes on Rise in US: Report
¤ Your words of greeting will sound like a justification of murder
¤ Russell Simmons Responds to Abraham Foxman
¤ 3 More Die in Afghanistan Anti-U.S. Riot
¤ Demise of a Hard-Fighting Squad
¤ Investigators Find Evidence of Voter Fraud

The Real Reasons Why Iran is the Next Target
The Iranians are about to commit an “offense” far greater than Saddam Hussein’s conversion to the euro of Iraq’s oil exports in the fall of 2000. Numerous articles have revealed Pentagon planning for operations against Iran as early as 2005. While the publicly stated reasons will be over Iran’s nuclear ambitions, there are unspoken macroeconomic drivers explaining the Real Reasons regarding the 2nd stage of petrodollar warfare – Iran’s upcoming euro-based oil Bourse.

¤ Blair Backs U.N. Intervention for Iran
¤ Bush facing lame-duck woes
¤ Tally of civilian deaths depends on who’s counting
¤ Anti-US protests spread in Afghanistan
¤ US denies copters downed in Iraq

Former British colonies can be free and starve, or be loyal and be fed
In fact, when Britain wants to punish a former colony, it can lobby other countries for the suspension of a dissenting country from the Commonwealth. For the record, the Commonwealth is a club of former British colonies and its official head is the English Queen. One would have thought that given the negative effect that colonialism had, and continues to have on Africa, African leaders would want to assert their independence and move away from the former colonial master, but no. They want to remain loyal British subjects.

¤ Chinese come from Africa, just like the rest of us
¤ Good War Myth: 60 Years is Enough
¤ Privatisation Plan Drawn Up
¤ Iraq Diaries. My First Car Bomb
¤ Iraqi police vent anger at US after car bombings
¤ One month’s toll in Iraq: 67 suicide bombers
¤ Iraqi anger grows as insurgency intensifies
¤ The veneer of fraternity
¤ Four dead after anti-American riots erupt in Afghanistan
¤ Student rioters shot dead
¤ Weapons of Mass Destruction – Not!
¤ Corporate News Media Incompetent, Criminally Negligent or Complicit?
¤ Body Counts
¤ Iran Threat Propaganda Heats Up,
¤ Geronimo, Cochise and Osama bin Laden
¤ A humiliating US gift
¤ Misuse of the U.S. military
¤ Desperately Seeking Virtue in the Bush Administration
¤ Castro calls for anti-US demonstration
¤ Russia set to send Iran nuclear fuel
¤ Bush and Blair must be prosecuted

The Ultimate War Crime, Killing the Children
Since 1990, the U.S. has targeted Iraq’s educational system for destruction. During the 1991 U.S. war, Iraq’s civilian infrastructure was systematically bombed and destroyed. U.S. aircraft bombed and strafed indiscriminately. The U.S.-imposed sanctions, which were implemented with severity and disregard to the welfare of the civilian population, destroyed Iraq’s education and health systems. U.S. strategy against Iraq went beyond “strictly military targets”. The aim was the complete destruction of the Iraqi society and its knowledge-based resources.

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