Posts tagged with ‘fear’

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An attack on Tehran would be madness. So don’t rule it out

by FG

An attack on Tehran would be madness. So don’t rule it out Robert Fisk After invading Iraq over weapons of mass destruction, we plan to clap as Israel bombs Iran If Israel really attacks Iran this year, it – and the Americans – will be more dotty than their enemies think. True, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is […]

Israelis Should be Afraid of Their Leaders, not Iran

by FG

Israelis Should be Afraid of Their Leaders, not Iran Gideon Levy For far too long now Israel has been headed by heroes, the kind who don’t hesitate to take the country on yet another dangerous, purposeless adventure. We must tell them now, loudly: We are a-f-r-ai-d. February 07, 2012 “Haaretz” – – Some of the […]

Syria: Report of the Arab League Observer Mission

by FG

Syria: Report of the Arab League Observer Mission Neil Godfrey As a follow up to my earlier post Syria: what we are not being told here is an English translation of the report of the Arab League Observer Mission to Syria. Of particular interest are the statements made in it about the way the media have […]

The Unpaid Bills of the Iraq War

by FG

The Unpaid Bills of the Iraq War Charles P. Pierce If you don’t count the contractors, and the embassy the size of Rhode Island, the fact that an awful lot of non-Iraqi someones are making a buck over there, and the long, bloody folly of it lodged in our historical memory like a kidney stone, […]

ACLU Statement on Ruling in Padilla v. Rumsfeld Appeal

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Court Dismissed Case Seeking to Hold U.S. Officials Accountable for Torturing American Citizen ACLU Statement on Ruling in Padilla v. Rumsfeld Appeal FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NEW YORK – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit today affirmed the dismissal of the American Civil Liberties Union’s lawsuit against current and former government officials for […]

The People vs The United States

by FG

The People vs The United States Archie Kennedy The United Nations is empowered, under Article 1 of its Charter, to: “maintain international peace and security”, to “develop friendly relations among nations”, “to achieve international co-operation”, and “to be a centre for harmonizing the actions of nations in the attainment of these common ends.” Article 2 […]

The Big Chill

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The Big Chill Laura Rozen Achill has taken hold lately among both government officials and the US media. It comes in the wake of a US district court’s decision to jail a New York Times reporter for refusing to reveal to a grand jury her sources in the Bush Administration and the FBI investigation of […]

2012: The Dawning of a People’s Global Movement, March and Computerized Resistance

by FG

2012:  The Dawning of a People’s Global Movement, March and Computerized Resistance Dr Rachael Rudolph Hands outstretched and faces lifted to the sky, the young look upward as the rivulets of rain pierce their flesh.  A mother yells to come inside, before they catch their death. Death is not something that crosses the mind in […]

Israel’s Draconian Infiltration Law

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Israel’s Draconian Infiltration Law Stephen Lendman On January 10, Haaretz writer Jonathan Lis headlined, “Knesset passes (Law to Prevent Infiltration) that could put asylum seekers in jail without trial,” saying: “The bill would make ‘illegal’ migrants and asylum seekers liable to jail, without trial or deportation, if caught staying in Israel for ‘long periods.’ ” […]

It’s ALL a God Thing

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It’s ALL a God Thing Eileen Fleming Over the last few days, Dorothy Day has come up in many conversations with local people as well as Internet connections. Coming soon is my book review of ALL IS GRACE, A Biography of Dorothy Day, by Jim Forest who knew her as a friend and mentor. On […]