Friday, February 15, 2019

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Close your eyes and imagine yourself living in or just visiting Iraq. Imagine you take a bus from the airport, thinking to yourself is there a bomb on this bus? Will someone attack or hijack this bus, this simple, common, everyday bus you are on. Imagine the woman sittting next to you , she is staring blankly into the air, she looks sleepless, weathered, tired. She looks stressed, anguished, full of fear and apathetic to your presence. Would you know how she felt? Would you wonder what makes her so scared?

Imagine her child with her, a small curious child, at her legs, staring at... Read More

In this day and age, it is a very critical period in human evolution. The eyes of the third world like Afghanistan, Iraq, Yugoslavia, (along with many more governments and innocent civilians who have been tortured, maimed and killed as a result of the American foreign policy) continue to examine, consider, and analyze American political history. And as they examine this country’s internal guiding principles, such goals as freedom, democracy, capitalism, or the bylaws of the Constitution they have fail to see where these goals of American beliefs are in line with American actions and policies... Read More

A humanitarian kind of rationalization is earnestly required to reassert itself if life on this planet stands a chance to survive into the next century . In spite of the fact that plans to attack Iran (a non combatant) by nuking the country is on the table of the Bush administration, the media continues to support the Bush Administration in its immediate campaign against terrorism in the Middle East.

Irrespective of our perceptions as a government and as a country, as we proceed to globally confiscate weapons of mass destruction we have not taken notice that the government has only focused... Read More

A new video from Orange County's least favorite native, Azzam al-Amriki, (formerly Adam Yehiye Gadahn, formerly Adam Pearlman), was released to the public this week and it didn't take long for the media circus to begin. Although ABC news had the jump on the competition the rest of the networks soon followed with opinions and commentary from the armies of pundits and reporters quick to spin the video toward whatever end suits their fancy. This latest darling of the infotainment industry has accomplished his aim and become equally as infamous as the other al-Qaeda produced video stars, Ayman... Read More

The statement bearing his seal was distributed in the Shiite holy city of Najaf and chastised Iraqi army and police for working with American troops. The statement said, "don't walk along side the occupiers, because they are your archenemy." It also told his followers that "god has ordered you to be patient in front of your enemy, and unify your efforts against them -- not the sons of Iraq" meaning his followers should not attack each other. U.S. intelligence believes that al-Sadr is in Iran attempting to avoid the security crack-down recently implemented by US and Iraqi forces. His whereabouts... Read More

The United States has a long history of lobbyists, which by definition are persons who try to influence legislation on behalf of a special interest, to help gain support for their causes. In the case of the relations between the United States and Israel, a certain group called the "Israel Lobbyists", are those who influence, directly or indirectly, American foreign policy for the support of Israel. In March, 2006, John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt wrote an article entitled "The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy". In this article, Mearsheimer and Walt bluntly address the issues that lay... Read More

I want to predicate my article by saying that nothing is more offensive to me than an offensive war, and that no one should have the means, through nuclear, or other weapons, to erase human civilization from this world. Also, I'm not writing this article to support the regime in Iran no one wants to see a free Iran more than I. IF I SUBMIT TO AN IRRATIONAL STATE OF TERROR, CAN I EVER BE SECURE? Sure, there is a war against "terror," and sure the world is not as "secure" as it once was, but what do the words "terror" and "secure" mean anyway? The United States is a country with a long history... Read More

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