fix articles 182597, as iraq
Ray McGovern Brutally Arrested (tags)
Afghanistan : The "Graveyard of Empires" Strikes Back. Coalition Forces are in Retreat (tags)
"General McChrytal is sacked, General Petrayus has fainted, David Cameron's flight was diverted on his last visit to Afghanistan, due to the base he was going to visit being under sustained attack. He turned tail, so to speak, in mid-air and fled, whilst committing others to potential death sentences. The sign at the entrance to the British base at Sangin reads: "Welcome to Sangingrad." The name of David Loyn's excellent new book on Afghanistan, from which the Lepel Griffin quote is taken, is: "Butcher and Bolt." A recent newspaper heading read: "We can beat something in Afghanistan - a retreat."
A Message to Impeachment Supporters from Ramsey Clark (tags)
Bush Making More Enemies in the Middle East
Iraq War Breaks Down into Civil War (tags)
A short article about the collapse of the Iraqi War into full scale civil war.
Iraqi Labor Movement Fights for Democracy (tags)
As Iraq heads for its January 30 national elections, a free, democratic Iraq is the main goal of its organized working class sector.
Iraq: Washington spinning out of control (tags)
Investigative journalist Ritt Goldstein reveals the Bush administration's glaring use of "spin" to substitute for facts. Some both recent and outrageous manipulations of "official information" make the story.
The Forbidden Truths of two recent george bush speeches (tags)
A Forbidden Truth rewrite of two recent public speeches made by the supreme leader of amerikkka.
On the Need for a Pro-Iraq United Front In the US (tags)
As Iraq death toll rises, so do war profits (tags)
WASHINGTON – As the roster of dead and wounded in Iraq grows longer, George W. Bush is pleading that the people of this country stay the course despite admissions by his administration that the occupation has become a “long, hard slog.”
Republic of Fear (tags)
In mid-April the New York Times tried to take the edge off a poll showing that, even as US troops were entering Baghdad, a majority of Americans remained opposed to the policy of pre-emptive war that Bush invoked in attacking Iraq.