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  • Formulating a Response

    05/27/2010 7:25:16 AM PDT · by Ari Bussel · 2 replies · 208+ views
    Formulating a Response by Ari Bussel At times, it is the outside observer who sees the obvious, yet those engrossed in the details fail to see the larger picture. Observations rather than being characterized as “lucid” are viewed as “rancid;” systems are adverse to change. Thus, even the most astute observations are neither incorporated in the decision making process nor translated into necessary action. In the 18th Knesset, ministerial positions were determined by bazaar-like negotiations on which the formation of a coalition government was dependent. These perks, paid by Israel and her citizens, are the price for a faulty electoral...
  • Obama confidant's spine-chilling proposal - Cass Sunstein wants the government to "cognitively.."

    01/17/2010 1:52:32 PM PST · by neverdem · 257 replies · 9,705+ views
    Salon ^ | Jan. 15, 2010 | Glenn Greenwald
    Cass Sunstein wants the government to "cognitively infiltrate" anti-government groups Cass Sunstein has long been one of Barack Obama's closest confidants.  Often mentioned as a likely Obama nominee to the Supreme Court, Sunstein is currently Obama's head of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs where, among other things, he is responsible for "overseeing policies relating to privacy, information quality, and statistical programs."  In 2008, while at Harvard Law School, Sunstein co-wrote a truly pernicious paper proposing that the U.S. Government employ teams of covert agents and pseudo-"independent" advocates to "cognitively infiltrate" online groups and websites -- as well as other activist groups --...
  • Has Israel learned its lesson?

    01/01/2009 8:20:38 AM PST · by GQuagmire · 41 replies · 2,224+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | January 1, 2009 | Jeff Jacoby
    ISRAEL'S 2006 war against Hezbollah, the Iranian-backed terrorist army based in Lebanon, was a disaster - an ill-planned operation that did more damage to Israel's military reputation than to Hezbollah's resolve and influence. Now, as it fights Hamas in Gaza, Israel seems determined not to repeat the mistakes of two years ago
  • Serb killings 'exaggerated' by west

    03/13/2006 2:57:16 AM PST · by Fred Nerks · 32 replies · 712+ views
    The Guardian ^ | Friday August 18, 2000 | Jonathan Steele
    Claims of up to 100,000 ethnic Albanians massacred in Kosovo revised to under 3,000 as exhumations near end Special report: Kosovo The final toll of civilians confirmed massacred by Yugoslav forces in Kosovo is likely to be under 3,000, far short of the numbers claimed by Nato governments during last year's controversial air strikes on Yugoslavia. As war crimes experts from Britain and other countries prepare to wind down the exhumation of hundreds of graves in Kosovo on behalf of the UN's International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in the Hague, officials concede they have not borne out the...
  • Minister Tells Media to Fall In Line(Media Inciting Terror Propaganda Will Be Arrested)

    02/26/2006 6:30:20 PM PST · by fight_truth_decay · 19 replies · 2,438+ views
    AFP ^ | 2/26/2006 2:54:49 | The Peninsula On-line
    BAGHDAD: Iraqi newspapers inciting violence will be suspended and their journalists arrested, Defence Minister Saadun Al Dulaimi said yesterday, unveiling a new security plan for the violence-wracked country. "This is a warning to media working in Iraq," he said in a press conference. Dulaimi also slammed the media for exaggerating violence since the blowing up of the Al Askariya shrine in Samarra on Wednesday which sparked days of sectarian violence, saying the official death toll was 119 civilians. "After verification on the ground, 119 civilians were killed since Wednesday, not 183 as reported in the media," he said. "The government...
  • DAVID MEIR-LEVI: BIG LIES. Demolishing The Myths of the Propaganda War Against Israel

    10/12/2005 10:32:44 AM PDT · by Tolik · 19 replies · 13,391+ views
    FrontPageMag.com ^ | Oct 7, 2005 | DAVID MEIR-LEVI
    BIG LIES:Demolishing The Myths of the Propaganda War Against Israelby  DAVID MEIR-LEVIIntroduction by David Horowitz   TABLE OF CONTENTS The Importance of this Text - by David Horowitz. 1. The Origins of the Refugee Problem. 2. The Eight Stages of the Creation of the Problem. 3. The Question of 'Occupation' and the Settlements.Bibliography. BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE  THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS TEXT by David  HorowitzThe War in the Middle East is nearly sixty years old. Most people alive today are unfamiliar with its history and origins and lack knowledge of its facts. This state of ignorance provides a fertile ground for the...
  • Commentary from Mosul (EMAIL)

    06/27/2005 8:12:20 AM PDT · by Calpernia · 52 replies · 1,071+ views
    FOB Diamondback Mosul, Iraq ^ | Mon, 27 Jun 2005 | David Howell
    No link, this is from email. Subject: Commentary from Mosul Hi All, I saw something recently in our Stars & Stripes newspaper (the only newspaper we receive in-country) that really distressed me, as well as a lot of the Soldiers I'm serving with. The article was about a recent poll of U.S. citizens indicating that a majority of the Americans surveyed don't believe that the mission is going well here and that we ought to pull out. It bothered me for several reasons because that opinion does not reflect the sentiment of the Soldiers here on the front line doing...
  • Voice Of Free Iraq Walks Out On US

    08/05/2003 6:35:19 PM PDT · by blam · 48 replies · 365+ views
    The Guardian (UK) ^ | 8-6-2003 | Brian Whitaker
    Voice of free Iraq walks out on US Brian Whitaker Wednesday August 6, 2003 The Guardian (UK) A broadcaster who became known as "the voice of free Iraq" after the fall of Saddam Hussein has walked out of his job, saying the United States is losing the propaganda war. Failure to invest in the new Iraqi broadcasting service means foreign channels are gaining popularity at the expense of the US, Ahmed al-Rikabi, the American-appointed director of TV and radio said yesterday. "The people of Iraq, including the Sunni Muslims, are not about to turn against their liberators, but they are...