Archive for January 25, 2004
AIPAC is energized: “The harnessing of the passion, confidence and commitment of politically savvy pro-Israel students on AmericaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s campuses today will keep IsraelÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s detractors on the margins of influence for years to come. “ and “Pro-Israel students also stepped up their involvement in campus political affairs. Many AIPAC-trained activists won Student Government office for the [...]
I am not making this up: Pakistani military dictator says nuclear arms are safe.So safe, he adds, that he allows his grandchildren to play with them, but with adult supervision.
Iraqi caucus, focus, bogus, raucous.
Another helicopter crashes in Iraq: Official story: it hit a butterfly. Wait a few days, and the truth will come out.
According to Washington Post, Cheney’s recently Increased Visibility Intended to Bolster Bush’s Image. But how? They make it more confusing when they argue that his visibility will reduce criticisms of his role???
How roadside bombs have become the Iraqi guerrillas’ most dangerous weapon
The US is now in the hands of a group of extremists:Fundamentalism has spawned an ideology of American supremacy, argues George Soros
Sunnis in Iraq want US to leave before elections. I do not understand. But would that not prevent them from installing and rigging?
You will NOT hear about those mass graves. Why? Because the killers in this case are allies of the US government. And allies are entitled to their share of mass graves.
Have you embraced a dictator today? Your congressional representatives have, in Libya. I knew this Lebanese politician who was very close to Libyan dictator Qadhdhafi; he told me that he has his picture everywhere in his residence, and kept a huge picture of himself in his bedroom.
Now we found out that US intelligence agencies “exaggerated” [read fabricated] data on Iraqi WMDs; then Powell exaggerated the exaggerations, and finally Bush exaggerated the exaggeration of the exaggerations. The stuff of which propaganda is made.
Howard Dean was bragging today that he was the first governor to push for “Welfare Reform.” What a term. A fancy expression to refer to governmental persecution of poor people. He, in fact, was notorious as governor for his insensitivity to poor people.
The New York Times has observed that “Anti-Americanism May Be Fading”. Do you know on what basis they make that judgment? Based on the visit to the World Economic Forum at Davos where the registration fee is around $30,000, and where the only people in attendance are billionaires, officials, and international arms dealers. What a [...]
It really bothers the American occupation authority that Ayatollah Sistani refuses to meet with American officials. Some newspapers, like the Washington Post, do not even know, or do not want to admit, that Sistani refuses to meet with Americans. In an article about Sistani today in the New York Times, the paper was clearly unhappy [...]
You know racism when you see it. I do not like Mel Gibson, and strongly believe that he is a fanatical, right-wing, anti-Semitic, Christian fundamentalist kook. I base that on his views that were expressed in an article in the New Yorker (which I had posted). He even believes that the Second Vatican was a [...]
Iraqis Want Saddam’s Old U.S. Friends on Trial
Rumsfeld considers striking Hizbullah to provoke Syria.