Sunday, June 18, 2006

The War on Children

Another essential article. Please read this piece by John Pilger. If you say to yourself, "it can't possibly be this bad," I can only say two words: it's worse. What else can we do but tell others how bad it is? Some will see, some will not, but perhaps with enough awareness, something can be done.

Also, Kurt Nimmo writes that, "Buried in the Week in Review section of the New York Times is an admission that Iran’s president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad never said Israel should be “wiped off the map,” a reference to a mistranslated phrase bandied about the corporate media over the last several weeks as an example of Iran’s intention to attack Israel, especially after it develops nukes, either next week or a decade out, depending on the level of fanaticism of the neocon making the claim."

I've got three words: Big [Frakk]ing Surprise. Now that we 'know' Ahmadinejad never said this (forget the fact that we knew this ages ago), where is the international pressure against the terrorist state, Israel, for threatening to wipe Iran off the map, which they, in fact, did.

Vice Premier Shimon Peres said Monday that "the president of Iran should remember that Iran can also be wiped off the map."

Peres is a clever psychopath. Notice the use of passive voice. "I did not say we would wipe them out, only that they could be wiped out."


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