Archive for November 1, 2003
If you happen to be from Saddam’s village: you are now ordered to register with US troops, and report every time you leave or return to village: Rules of Liberation
A new book reveals: Bush believes that he was chosen by God to be presidnet (well, we know it was not the popular vote)
Read Robert Fisk: from a radio interview
Do you want to know who is behind the attacks on US troops in Iraq: I will tell you. They are: Ba`thists, Islamic fundamentalists, Bin Laden supporters, Iraqi nationalists, criminals, anti-Saddam Ba`thists, disgruntled unemployed, tribal elements, people seeking revenge, and people who detest foreign occupation. And they are not working together necessarily.
In a comprehensive EU poll: Israel chosen as top threat to world peace Israel, of course, has the explanation: Europeans are antisemitic, say Israeli leaders
This is so touching: It talks about how Paul Wolfowitz dreams of liberating the Arab world. How nice: he also believes that bombs and rockets over the heads of Arabs are the best method of liberation. He means well.
Here, I am quoted criticizing Kofi Annan: this is a brave reporter who works for UN but seems to invite my take against Annan (now he may be fired). Annan’s harmful role began long before he assumed the position of Secretary-general: he is responsible for UN failing during the Rwanda massacres, after all
Der Spiegel publishes details of the accounts of the two masterminds of Sep. 11
Orwell vs. Bush: war of words
Cheney selects a Likudnik right-wing, anti-Arab as advisor on Middle East
Memoirs of a brave man
A theory that makes sense: resistance is fueled by desperation and joblessness
Leftist agenda for Bogota?
A History of the Iraq war, through the words of US officials
The Army buries its mistakes
Bush continues to see progress in Iraq, while the reality is something else