fix articles 78013, stansfield turner
A Partial List Black Ops, Assassinations, Destabilizations, Wars by the CIA (tags)
The current refugee crisis in the US was begun by Allen Dulles of the CIA who in 1954 overthrew the democratically elected government of Guatemala because of its attempt to initiate land reform. That action morphed into a 30 year civil war. It is only 1 of a trail of bloody assassinations and black ops of the agency.
Spielberg on Munich (the movie - a review) (tags)
But of course, the kinds of folks who push an ideology that required the expulsion of three-quarters-of-a-million Palestinians from their lands, and then lied about it, claiming there had been no such persons to begin with (as with Golda Meir’s infamous quip), can’t be expected to place a very high premium on truth. -- Tim Wise, anti-racist, anti-Zionist, Jewish-American activist, essayist & public speaker
Spielberg on Munich: dehumanization of Palestinian civilians (tags)
...But this begs the question: why is Munich more famous than the savage bombardment of Palestinian refugee camps back in February prior to Munich? And why did the letter bombs to three Palestinian writers not get any world attention? Why did American liberals and PEN not notice it back then? ...The movie did not tell you that by the time the Israeli terrorists finished with their “mission,” some 100 Palestinians and Lebanese were murdered on that day in April 1973.
BUILDING A SECRET AIR FORCE : The CIA's Role in the Study of UFOs (tags)
MINUTEMEN AND DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS (tags)
some minutemen are ex-intel using this on opposition to bush....the border guarding thing is an excuse...
Evidence links George Bush to Los Angeles drug operation (tags)
2004: Year of the Documentary (& Hopefully, Political Reform) (tags)
(mini reviews of "The Corporation" "Control Room" "Orwell Rolls in His Grave" and "Uncovered")
Dean and the world: the nonradical candidate (tags)
The real Dean, judging by his prepared speeches rather than his oral flubs, offers something much more like the bipartisan, Cold War, leader-of-the-free-world policy Americans know and remember. Whether that is the best policy for the post-9-11 world is another question. But at least let us stop pretending that in foreign policy, Dean is something radical. He is not.
WHO GAVE THE GREEN LIGHT FOR 9.11? (tags)