November 2003

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Troops’ horrific injuries are conflict’s hidden cost

He remembers the bang as the rocket-propelled grenade exploded, remembers the blood and the acrid stench, remembers himself “screaming nonsensical bloody murder” over the platoon com system.

A Tale of Cops in Two Cities

A Tale of Cops in Two Cities

Alexander Cockburn reports on the tactics used by police in Miami, in the face of anti-globalisation protests

Attacked for telling home truths

At a lecture I gave in Madison last week, there was a roar of applause from the more than 1,000-strong audience when I suggested that the Iraq war could yet doom George Bush’s election chances next year

Doctors baffled as Indian man claims not to have eaten for 68 years

Doctors are at a loss to disprove a 76 year old, who claims not to have eaten, drunk or relieved himself for sixty eight years

The CIA Is Staging Terror Attacks In Southeast Asia

One by one, the world’s terror attacks bear more of the hallmarks of US Intelligence, “Black Ops,” than of Islamic terrorism

The Strange Death of the Woman Who Filed a Rape Lawsuit Against Bush

Am I “deranged” to think it’s weird that in this mass-media, detailed-information age, so few people are even asking any questions about how a woman who filed a rape lawsuit against the president could be dead less than a year later?

Why the Bankers Love the Left

There is a curse that says may you “live in interesting times”, writes Henry Makow. The Rothschild Illuminati Conspiracy is the essential challenge facing mankind. This is our curse and our challenge. Let us rise to it.

U.S. Seeks Advice From Israel on Iraq

As the occupation grows bloodier, officials draw on an ally’s experience with insurgents

President Kennedy, the Federal Reserve and Executive Order 11110

Was this Executive Order, which would have eliminated America’s debt and transformed it economically, the real reason behind Kennedy’s assassination?

Iraq’s Press

Under US control, the freedom of the press is beginning to smell a little rotten in the new Iraq

Let Israel do the dirty work in Iraq

Coalition troops are being stretched to the limit in Iraq but, writes James Joseph Sanchez, there is an easy remedy

Threat of Nuclear War Blows in the Wind as Rumsfeld Calls for Mini-Nukes

This week the world closer to a nuclear armageddon, as Donald Rumsfeld called for mini-nukes to be added to America’s arsenal of nuclear weapons to fight terrorists and “rogue states” like North Korea and Iran

More U.S. Soldiers Killed in Iraq

Iraqi teenagers dragged the bloody bodies of two American soldiers from a wrecked vehicle and pummeled them with concrete blocks Sunday, witnesses said, describing a burst of savagery in a city once safe for Americans

Brazen attacks target hotels, oil ministry in Baghdad

They are getting better and more brazen by the day. Using the most rudimentary equipment, in this case donkey carts, the Iraqi resistance are taking on one of the world’s most technologically advanced nations

You Can Tell When Bush is Lying – His Lips Move

According to Ray McGovern, a former CIA analyst and friend of Bush’s father: “Now we know that no other president of the United States has ever lied so baldly and so often and so demonstrably… The presumption now has to be that he’s lying any time…”

Iraq, Palestine and Vietnam

The US genocide in Iraq, has assumed the proportions of the Israeli genocide in Palestine – mass, indiscriminate destruction, and attacks on civilian populations in continued attempts to crush the human will and spirit

We are paying the price of an infantile attempt to reshape the Middle East

The Australians paid the price for the alliance with Bush in Bali. The Italians paid the price in Nasiriyah. Now it is our turn

Hijacked 9/11 Flights and Military Bases

MediaLab has merged a map of the 9/11 planes’ flightpaths with a map of military bases in those areas.

“They put the lie to their own propaganda”

John Pilger talks to Anthony Arnove about why the U.S. went to war — and why its colonial occupation is in crisis

What Right Do Zionist Jews have to Palestine?

According to H.G.Wells and the Jewish intellectual and writer Arthur Koestler, the people known today as Jews are primarily the descendants of the Khazars, a Turkic tribe completely unrelated to the biblical Jews,