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28 January, 2004

Chief US Inspector Admits Iraq Had
No WMD Stockpiles

By Peter Symonds

The admission by the CIA’s top weapons adviser in Iraq, David Kay, that the country possessed no stockpiles of so-called weapons of mass destruction nor related production facilities is a devastating refutation of the lies used by the Bush administration to justify its illegal invasion and occupation

Power, Propaganda And Conscience
In The War On Terror

By John Pilger

The University of Western Australia Extension Summer School Lecture

22 January, 2004

Bush’s State Of The Union:
Threats, Lies And Delusion

By Bill Vann

In his third State of the Union address since his installation as president, George W. Bush spelled out an election-year agenda consisting of stepped-up global militarism, the continued looting of the economy to augment the fortunes of America’s super-rich and an appeal to social and religious backwardness

Dilemmas Of Colonialism:
The Democracy Problem

By Rene L. Gonzalez Berrios

The dilemma of colonialism has presented itself: proclaiming democracy (or civilization, or upliftment, or whatever other high-noble is given to the venture) while the "liberated" subjects denounce your noble actions

11 January, 2004

Saddam's Ouster Planned Before 9/11
By CBS News

The Bush Administration began laying plans for an invasion of Iraq, including the use of American troops, within days of President Bush's inauguration in January of 2001 -- not eight months later after the 9/11 attacks as has been previously reported

10 January, 2004

The World's True Rogue States
By Dr. Marwan Al Kabalan

The only two states which qualify for the title "Rogue State" are the US and Israel. Both countries defy international laws and violate the UN Charter, not out of security requirements, but in pursuit of supremacy and material gains

09 January, 2004

American Terrorist
By John Pilger

Across the world, the slaughter in Iraq, the destruction of democratic rights and civil liberties in the west and the preparation for the next invasion are "normalised"

29 December, 2003

America's War For Global Domination
By Michel Chossudovsky

The antiwar and anti-globalisation movements must be integrated into a single worldwide movement. People must be united across sectors, "single issue" groups must join hands in a common and collective understanding on how the New World Order destroys and impoverishes

06 December, 2003

Iraq: The Next Afghanistan
By Philip Adams

Look at Afganistan - the warlords are back in business, the opium poppies are blooming, heroin sales are booming and the country is returning to the same level of corruption and dysfunction that brought about the rise of the Taliban in the first place. This could be the path Iraq is heading

28 November, 2003

Blood, Oil, Guns And Bullets
By Aziz Choudry

Weapons production and the maintenance of US military and economic might across the world depends on massive consumption of oil and petroleum. In turn, massive defense and security spending boosts an ailing US economy, and is a boon to the profits of its defense and security corporations

Guantánamo: A Monstrous Failure Of Justice
By Johan Steyn

How prisoners at Guantánamo Bay have been treated we do not know. But what we do know is not reassuring

27 November, 2003

The Moral Myth
By George Monbiot

Superpowers act out of self-interest, not morality, and the US in Iraq is no different

Western Powers Redefine 'Democracy'
By Linda S. Heard

Those halcyon days when "democracy" really meant "for the people, by the people" are tragically over in countries which purport to expound this ancient method of governance. In its place comes a system which spies on, categorises, labels and restricts "the people" for the benefit of governments

26 November, 2003

Sorrows Of Empire
By Chalmers Johnson

U.S. has indeed crossed the Rubicon and there is no way to restore Constitutional government short of a revolutionary rehabilitation of American democracy

23 November, 2003

I Know When Bush Is Lying: His Lips Move
By John Pilger

"Now we know that no other president of the United States has ever lied so baldly and so often and so demonstrably . . . The presumption now has to be that he's lying any time that he's saying anything."

The Bubble Of American Supremacy
By George Soros

A prominent financier argues that the heedless assertion of American power in the world resembles a financial bubble—and the moment of truth may be here

21 November, 2003

Dark Heart Of The American Dream
By Ed Vulliamy

Texas, the most polluted state in the planet's most powerful country. Ed Vulliamy goes into George Bush's backyard to reveal how big oil got in bed with big politics and the price paid by the little people

11 November, 2003

Riyadh: A New Front Against US
By John R Bradley

The attack is a clear sign to the Saudi rulers and military that al-Qa'ida is willing and able to attack in the heart of the kingdom, despite asecurity clampdown and co-operation between the CIA and Saudi intelligence services

Saudi regime v al-Qaida: Only one survives
By Shaheen Chughtai

The deadly bomb attack on a housing complex in Riyadh represents the latest battle between the Saudi Arabian monarchy and its armed opponents in a war to eliminate the other

07 November, 2003

Iraq Said Tried To Reach Last-Minute
Deal To Avert War

By James Risen

New York Times reports that Saddam Hussein wanted to make a deal with America just before the beginning of the war

03 November, 2003

Bush Says God Chose Him To Lead America
By Paul Harris

A new book written by Stephen Mansfield details numerous incidents where Bush's faith has been shown to be at the centre of his political thinking






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