fix articles 51622, harpers magazine
Naomi Klein's "Shock Doctrine" and the policy of Disaster Capitalism (tags)
"Shock and Awe" is what the media and pentagon called the bombardment of Baghdad by U.S. forces at the start of the 2003 Persian Gulf War. We remember the horrible visuals well, just as we remember, in graphic detail, our own shock and awe event on September 11, 2001, when we were treated to the first in a series of psychological trauma for the new the "War on Terror" PR campaign. All of these horrible events were designed to turn us, and Iraqis, into pliable infants, willing to let our government do whatever they want in order to "protect us."
Intern Describes Paying Iraqi Press to Plant Pro-American Articles Written by U.S Military (tags)
by Democracy Now
The Christian Paradox (tags)
"We have made golden calves of ourselves-become a nation of terrified, self-obsessed idols.. The gospel is too radical for any culture larger than the Amish to ever come close to realizing..Taking seriously the actual message of Jesus should serve to moderate the greed and violence that mark this culture"
Iraq War: Lies the Government Told Us (tags)
BTL:Dissent is Essential when Governments Engage in Illegal Conflict and... (tags)
...Impose Repressive Measures. Interview with Joy Gordon, Fairfield University philosophy professor conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris