fix articles 33524, richard norton
British press: Widow of 7/7 bomber hunted in terror alert (tags)
British media's ever-increasing campaign of war, fear and hate-mongering is an ominous sign of new wars abroad and severe repression at home.
The Guardian: UK weighs up military strikes against Somalia rebels (tags)
After playing a leading role in the occupation of Kosovo (1999), Sierra Leone (2000), Afghanistan (2001), Iraq (2003) and Libya (2011); Britain is now simultaneously threatening Iran, Syria and Somalia with war.
Britain’s sports stars at the service of war propaganda (tags)
Sadly, world-famous sportsmen like Andy Murray, David Beckham, Rio Ferdinand and Jonny Wilkinson are deeply complicit in genocidal wars.
NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY (tags)
NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY part 1 This is the video film which the police, Norwegian television broadcasting (NRK-Dagsrevyen), Swedish TV-4
Secret units in desperate hunt for banned arsenal (tags)
It is a sign of the desperation in London and Washington to find a "smoking gun" to justify the war that the Anglo-American team has already conducted three inspections in the past two weeks. No banned weapons have so far been found.
Bombing of Iraqi news station might be a crime (tags)
Questions arise about the legality of bombing an Iraqi news station
U.S./U.K. INTENSIFY BOMBING IN IRAQ (But we're not at War.) (tags)
The Government of the U.S. under it's glorius and honored pResidente His most Gracious Highness Gee Duhbyuh Boosh has made to date a mere 40 Bombing runs this year in retaliation to Iraq's continued existence.
Weapons Inspection: another pretext for regime change? (tags)
(this article about the previous round of inspections show that the US manipulated inspections to suite its own ends and however much Hussein cooperated, they kept moving the goal posts making the whole process futile. With Hans Blix, the current chief inspector, supporting the US resolution, I wouldn't discount a replay of this travesty. It's clear, contrary to what many liberals are arguing, that inspections can just as easily be used as a pretext for war rather than as an alternative to it.) Is there a way to ensure that they are not used that way?