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Iraq war problems point finger at US media, as well as US politicians

"Today’s media operates much more like an information gathering and state propaganda mechanism, than it does as journalism."


Bobcats in a brave, new world

"Unfortunately, Bush doesn't respond well to warnings, threats, challenges, suggestions, or even questions. So, with more bobcats circling and all that blood splattering around, it's hard not to look back at the Old World Order with more than a bit of longing. But Bernie says it's too late for that."


Reflections on the Riots in France

"Is there a model that the secular fanatics in France could copy to get out of this self-created quagmire?"


GOP's New War On The Poor Designed To Accommodate the Nation's Wealthiest 0.2%

"The Republicans called these proposals "tough choices." In reality they were very specific, targeted choices in a war on the poor, with the underlying message of "We don't' give a damn about you." If memory is not too short, these actions could cause a shift in control of the House and the Senate next year and in '08, if the poor, and those who care about them, will vote."


Are international institutions relevant?

"Contrary to widespread belief, international institutions such as the UN, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) etc., were not created to bring peace and prosperity to the world, but to serve the interests of the West. It is distressing to note, however, that the very victims of these institutions seem totally mesmerized by the high-sounding rhetoric of these organisations, and act as if their survival depends on them."


Syria must choose pragmatism over isolation

"It is nevertheless interesting to note that Lebanese enthusiasm for the humiliation of the Syrian regime seems to have abated somewhat, now that the extent of the stakes becomes clearer, and that more people realize Lebanon wouldn't survive unscathed from chaos in Syria. Like the Syrian people, the Lebanese may get stuck in the unenviable position of preferring a bad status quo to a worse scenario of foreign intervention. Relying on this popular fear, however, will not save the Syrian regime from long-term resentment on both sides of the border."


The New Al Qaeda: More Dangerous than the Old Version

"Did the president deceive the Congress and the country into the most solemn decision a republic can make? It seems that he did, and in doing so, revived a terrorist monster to boot."


Bush Gang Swore Saddam was behind 9/11 in Lawsuit

"The roots of the Iraq profiteering scheme are deeply planted in the back yard of the White House.."


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