Category: Weapons & Disarmament

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Aijaz Ahmad: Israel’s Nukes

Former US President Jimmy Carter has again come under fire in the US mainstream media, since publicly saying that Israel has 150 or more nuclear weapons in its arsenal. Details about Israel’s nuclear weapons programme started emerging in 1986. International nuclear experts now believe that Israel maintains a cache of between 100 and 300 nuclear Read more…

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Gareth Porter: Where are those Iranian weapons in Iraq?

Washington – The U.S. military command in Iraq continues to talk about an alleged pipeline of Iranian weapons to Iraqi Shiites opposing the U.S. occupation, implying that they have become dependent on Iran for indirect-fire weapons and rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs).   But U.S. officials have failed thus far to provide evidence that would support that Read more…

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Tom Hanifin: TODAYS SERMON: Fire and Ice! And why Martin Luther King wasn’t…a “liberal”!

  I personally knew, and loved, and respected Phil Berrigan, a defrocked and excommunicated Catholic priest…for spending decades in prison because he desperately tried to non-violently end war. And I worship the path he laid for us to follow because he was greater than his myth…he was just a simple Man. And it is one Read more…

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Tom Hanifin: The Superior Race Needs YOUR Silent Support Now To Maintain The Freedom To Supress Non Violent Ideas On The Internet!

THIS IS ONE OF THE POSTS WHICH HAD ME PERMANENTLY BANNED FROM THE COURT TV FORUM…IT WAS POSTED TO THE NANCY GRACE SITE ON THE FORUM WITH THIS TITLE… Is Nancy the antichrist…or worse yet…Darth Vader incarnate? (If you don not know who Nancy is on Court TV, she is probably the most impassioned news Read more…

tomodonnell: Understanding the Washington-Tehran Deals

Z MAGAZINE ONLINE-ONLY ARTICLE Last fall the Bush administration was reportedly planning to bomb thousands of sites in Iran. Then, in December, Washington began granting Iran a number of concessions—though both the U.S. and Iran have chosen not to represent these as such.  In early December a U.S. National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) declared that Iran Read more…

John Mcglynn: The March 20, 2008 US Declaration of War on Iran

March 20, 2008, destined to be another day of infamy. On this date the US officially declared war on Iran. But it’s not going to be the kind of war many have been expecting. No, there was no dramatic televised announcement by President George W. Bush from the White House oval office. In fact on Read more…

Joshua Frank: Exonerating Neocon Criminals

According to FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds, there is a vast black market for nukes and certain U.S. officials have been supplying sensitive nuclear technology information to Turkish and Israeli interests through its conduits. The allegation was first published by the London Times in January and Edmonds’s charge seems to be on the verge of vindication.  Read more…

Armin Schleiffarth: Why Michigan Must Become A Major Area of Focus for Groups Working Toward a Participatory Society.

Michigan, quite simply, is the most important land mass on the planet when it comes to the long term strategic interests of the world population. Why? Because Michigan is almost surrounded by fresh water. According to ranking U.S. military planners, the future wars will be the result of conflicts over fresh water. If a participatory society is to become a reality, we Read more…

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Roger Bybee: The Gates of Hell

The Gates of Hell: How Gates and Bush insist on own version of ‘reality’ on Iran December 26, 2007 By Roger Bybee Roger Bybee’s ZSpace Page   ‘We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you’re studying that reality — judiciously, as you will — we’ll act again, Read more…

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Roger Bybee: The Gates of Hell:

‘We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you’re studying that reality — judiciously, as you will — we’ll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that’s how things will sort out. We’re history’s actors . . . and you, all of you, Read more…

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