Monday, December 14, 2009

Prosecuting Bush's Poodle

By David Swanson
December 14, 2009

Compare Tony Blair's latest confession to mass murder with Bush's.

Read on.

3 comments:

Ethan Allen said...

Public ignorance and indifference is not some mere coincidence of history; it is the direct result of a highly concentrated campaign promulgated by the very same cadre of ideologues that have quietly ursurped control of every primary element of modern society. Historical truth and ethical and moral governace have been sacrificed on the alter of greed and empirical hegemony.
There is a cancer growing out of control throughout our society, and it is not benign or operable; it must be eradicated with extreme predjudice.

Clifford said...

JFK and the Unspeakable will give you a sense of the madness that infected us at the time of JFK's assassination and the Cuban missile crisis. ... Kennedy and Khrushchev awakened in time, narrowly avoiding disaster. At the time I was a student at Fla. State Univ. and a member of an A.F. Recovery Reserve squadron in Tallahassee (radio operator). Our primary mission was to provide 2nd strike nuclear bombing capability to returning bombers that would land at the Tallahassee municipal after their bases had been destroyed. It was madness and we are still infected today.

Clifford said...

JFK and the Unspeakable will give you a sense of the madness that infected us at the time of JFK's assassination and the Cuban missile crisis. ... Kennedy and Khrushchev awakened in time, narrowly avoiding disaster. At the time I was a student at Fla. State Univ. and a member of an A.F. Recovery Reserve squadron in Tallahassee (radio operator). Our primary mission was to provide 2nd strike nuclear bombing capability to returning bombers that would land at the Tallahassee municipal after their bases had been destroyed. It was madness and we are still infected today.