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Playing the Chaos Card in the Middle East
Posted by: jade on Monday, November 07, 2005 - 09:37 PM
By Mark A. LeVine

Within twenty-four hours, on October 16-17, the New York Times ran three stories about the threat increasing chaos posed to emerging, still fragile political orders in Iraq, Palestine, and the Sudan. In all three cases, the chaos afflicting these societies was described as an unintentional and negative consequence of ill-conceived policies put in place by the various governments involved: the U.S. in Iraq, Israel as it withdrew from Gaza, and the Sudanese Government as it finally tried to restrain marauding Janjaweed militias in Darfur. In no case was the chaos viewed as intentional or beneficial to one or more of the forces competing for control of these countries.

Source: http://www.hnn.us/articles/17468.html
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All The Vice President's Men
Posted by: jade on Wednesday, November 02, 2005 - 02:42 PM
The ideologues in Cheney's inner circle drummed up a war. Now their zealotry is blowing up in their faces.
By Juan Cole

Oct. 28, 2005 | As Washington waits on pins and needles to see if special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald hands down indictments, the focus falls on Dick Cheney's inner circle. This group, along with that surrounding Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, made up what Colin Powell's top aide, Lawrence Wilkerson, called "a cabal" that "on critical issues ... made decisions that the bureaucracy did not know were being made." Cheney is the first vice president to have had, in effect, his own personal National Security Council. This formidable and unprecedented rump foreign policy team, composed of radical hawks, played a key role in every aspect of the war on Iraq: planning for it, gathering "evidence" to justify it and punishing those who spoke out against it. It is not surprising that members of that team, and Cheney himself, have now also emerged as targets in Fitzgerald's investigation of the outing of Valerie Plame Wilson to the press, along with Bush advisor Karl Rove.

Source: http://www.salon.com/news/feature/2005/10/28/vice_president/
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'Cheney-Rumsfeld Cabal' Hijacked US Foreign Policy: Former Powell Aide
Posted by: jade on Wednesday, November 02, 2005 - 02:36 PM
Thu Oct 20,11:05 PM ET

Former secretary of state Colin Powell's top aide has accused Vice President Dick Cheney and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld of creating a "cabal" that has hijacked US foreign policy.

Source: http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20051021/wl_afp/usdiplomacypowell
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Lies of the Neocons: From Leo Strauss to Scooter Libby
Posted by: jade on Wednesday, November 02, 2005 - 02:25 PM
November 2, 2005

The Philosophy of Mendacity
By JOHN WALSH

All governments lie as I. F. Stone famously observed, but some governments lie more than others. And the neocon Bush regime serves up whoppers as standard fare every day. Why this propensity to lie? There are many reasons, but it is not widely appreciated that the neocons believe in lying on principle. It is the "noble" thing for the elite to do, for the "vulgar" masses, the "herd" will become ungovernable without such lies. This is the idea of the "noble lie" practiced with such success and boldness by Scooter Libby and his co-conspirators and concocted by the political "philosopher" Leo Strauss whose teachings lie at the core of the neoconservative outlook and agenda, so much so that they are sometimes called "Leocons."

Source: http://www.counterpunch.org/walsh11022005.html
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The Enemy of My Enemy is My Enemy
Posted by: jade on Wednesday, August 03, 2005 - 07:59 PM
August 3, 2005
By Bucky Rea

Imagine this scene: FDR, heavily armed, wheels his way through the Reichstag into Hitler's office, grabs a hostage, puts a gun up to his hostage's head, and screams, "Put down your weapons, Hitler, or the rabbi gets it!"

Source: http://www.democraticunderground.com/articles/05/08/03_enemy.html
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