Archive for January 15, 2005
The Mew Stone at the Entrance of Plymouth Sound, c. 1814. Joseph Mallord William Turner.
Many of you have kindly supplied me with data I have needed over the last year (since I started this blog). I cannot seem to find a source that reliably cites the number of bombs and missiles (or the tonnage) dropped on Iraq since the war started. I have heard (but could not verify) that [...]
The Media’s New Cold War
Fallujah’s Refugees Won’t Return Home, Won’t Vote: “The Tent of Occupation”
Interrogating Donald Rumsfeld
Falluja: City Without a Future?
Maybe that will awaken Americans: the money, not the Iraqi human life costs. “War’s ‘hidden cost’ called heavy: Billions eyed to replenish forces.”
“One million Rwandans to face killing charges in village courts.”
“Troops from the US-led force in Iraq have caused widespread damage and severe contamination to the remains of the ancient city of Babylon, according to a damning report released today by the British Museum.” Those who do not care about human life will not care about ancient rocks. Worse: there are those in the West [...]
Abu Mazen extends his hand to Israel; Israel extends its boot to Abu Mazen.
Another Palestinian child shot by Israeli occupation forces. When will his killers be labeled as terrorists?
“US soldier guilty of Iraq jail abuse Reservist faces 15-year term for mistreatment of prisoners.” He will not serve for more than 2 years. Mark my words. How long did the main guy of the Mai Lai massacre serve?
RENAISSANCE MAN: the life of Leonardo.
Immanuel Kant died 200 years ago.
Palestinian civilians courageously confronting Israeli occupiers.