Archive for December 10, 2003
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US to expand its military empire.
Major victory in the war on terrorism: US forces kill SIX MORE CHILDREN in Afghanistan. But CNN assures you that their families were, once again, very understanding of the US.
Anti-US books are popular among German youth: two of Michael Moore’s books are best sellers.
The reactionary and conservative religious establishmnet of Al-Azhar Islamic University in Cairo is busy banning books.
The enemy next door in Iraq: horrible intensification of Sunni-Shi`ite frictions. But Iraq is “liberated” and Bush is making “progress.”
Not a good sign. This right-wing columnist for the Washington Times is very unhappy with the new Afghan constitution. He finds signs of religious intolerance in it (he is right).
Full text: a group of terrorism experts and former officials wrote this report about America’s security policies: very critical of Bush’s terrorism policies and actions.
Well remember those highly celebrated school repairs in Iraq that were all over American news? Well, they were pretty bad apparently. They were performed by Bechtel. The school repairs in Iraq performced by UNICEF were better.
I do not know how to tell you this, and I do not mena to scare you. But…dozens of dirty bombs are missing from…Moldova. But no need to worry. “Coalition” forces in Iraq assigned the Micronesian soldier to the task. Once he finds Saddam and Bin Laden, and once he liberates Iran, he will be [...]
This US magazine has a long story on Saudi money and its connection to terrorism.
Have you ever wondered how poor people live? Those local officials gave it a try.
Fueling anger in Iraq. But remember what CNN says: Arabs and Muslims feel only “understanding for the US” when they lose their loved ones to US bombs.
Not good. In a survey in Le Monde, some 22 % of French people sympathize with Le Pen.
The privatization of war.
David Ignatius of the Washington Post (a close friend of Wolofowitz and his crowd) does not like Ahmad Chalabi but he adores another member of the puppet council. His name is Iyad `Allawi. What you need to know about this favored puppet is that he was a high ranking member of Saddam’s intelligence apparatus, and [...]