Tag Archives: U.S. Aggression

UT-Austin’s Kuperman : Bomb Iran’s Nukes

Image from Crusader Rabbit.UT non-proliferation ‘expert’ calls forMilitary strikes against Iran nuclear facilities [Alan J. Kuperman is] ‘director of the Nuclear Proliferation Prevention Program at the University of Texas at Austin,’ but his Christmas eve call to war relies on … finish reading UT-Austin’s Kuperman : Bomb Iran’s Nukes

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Robert Jensen : Beyond Grief and Rage: Palestine and the Politics of Resistance

Israeli and American Flags Lapel Pin / Judaica Heaven!. The grief is achingly real, and the rage is morally justified. Our task today is to think about how to channel the power of those emotions into effective political action. By … finish reading Robert Jensen : Beyond Grief and Rage: Palestine and the Politics of Resistance

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The Problem Is US Interventionist Foreign Policy

Interventionism, Not Muslims, Is the ProblemBy Jacob G. Hornberger / October 27, 2008 One of the popular post-9/11 sentiments has been the one that holds that Muslims are bent on conquering the world. The notion is that Muslims hate Christianity … finish reading The Problem Is US Interventionist Foreign Policy

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Condi Rice: Just Another BushCo War Criminal

Rice Admits She Led High-Level White House Talks About TortureBy Jason Leopold / September 30, 2008 Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has admitted for the first time that she led high-level discussions beginning in 2002 with other senior Bush administration … finish reading Condi Rice: Just Another BushCo War Criminal

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And Obama and McCain Really Think They’re Going to Win in Afghanistan

Why does the US think it can win in Afghanistan?By Robert Fisk / September 20, 2008 The Taliban are better trained, and – sad to say – increasingly tolerated by the local civilian population Poor old Algerians. They are being … finish reading And Obama and McCain Really Think They’re Going to Win in Afghanistan

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Nixon: "Our Hand Doesn’t Show On This, Though"

35 Years After Original 9/11: New Transcripts of Kissinger’s Role in Chilean CoupBy Peter Kornbluh / September 13, 2008 When Henry Kissinger began secretly taping all of his phone conversations in 1969, little did he know that he was giving … finish reading Nixon: "Our Hand Doesn’t Show On This, Though"

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This Is About Building a More Secure World

I want to know what sort of cynic can possibly tell us that “This is not about being gunrunners. This is about building a more secure world.” We have watched as the evidence accumulated over the past 8 years (actually, … finish reading This Is About Building a More Secure World

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How Will We Stop These Illegal US Incursions?

U.S. forces conducted one such raid in South Waziristan, a tribal area, on Sept. 3. Here, Pakistanis protest that action two days later in Lahore. On Wednesday, Pakistan’s army chief said he wouldn’t allow foreign troops to fight on his … finish reading How Will We Stop These Illegal US Incursions?

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Someone Should Phone the Imperial Equivalent of Alcoholics Anonymous

Going on an Imperial Bender: How the U.S. Garrisons the Planet and Doesn’t Even NoticeBy Tom Engelhardt / September 4, 2008 Here it is, as simply as I can put it: In the course of any year, there must be … finish reading Someone Should Phone the Imperial Equivalent of Alcoholics Anonymous

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Just As the Hangman Partners with the Condemned Man

Saving the World to Save Some of OurselvesBy Case Wagenvoord / August 16, 2008 Dear George, The high point of my day is getting off on the National Security Strategy for the United States (NSS). This is the baby that … finish reading Just As the Hangman Partners with the Condemned Man

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Julian E. Barnes :
No Surprise from the Most Murderous Nation

Activists decry new Pentagon policy on cluster bombs By Julian E. Barnes | July 10, 2008 They say that taking 10 more years to eliminate the munitions with the highest failure rate for their bomblets ‘is completely inadequate from a … finish reading Julian E. Barnes :
No Surprise from the Most Murderous Nation

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It Would Turn the Middle East Into a Fireball

U.N atom watchdog chief says to quit if Iran attackedJune 29, 2008 DUBAI — The chief of the United Nations nuclear watchdog said in remarks aired on Friday that he would resign if there was a military strike on Iran, … finish reading It Would Turn the Middle East Into a Fireball

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