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Re: America's Past & Present Secret Wars:
1. Bill Moyers, U.S. Journalist - I find it stunning, looking back, how easily the cold war enticed us into surrendering popular control of the government to the national security state. We've never come closer to bestowing absolute authority to the President. Setting up White House operatives to fight dirty little wars is a direct assumption of war powers expressly forbidden by the Constitution. 1
2. Michael Franti, Singer & Activist - Yes, you can bomb the world to pieces, but you can't bomb it to peace. 2
3. James Madison, U.S. Founding Father - Perhaps it is a universal truth that the loss of liberty at home will be charged to dangers, real or imagined, from abroad. 3
4. Roger Wilkins, former U.S. Asst. to Attorney General - National Security for the United States is making the United States a good place to live, where people want to be active, intelligent, involved citizens. For the people at the top to say, "This world is too complicated and so dangerous, just a few of us need to govern it and hold the secrets in and we will tell you what's good for you," that is moving down the road to dictatorship. 4
5. Walter Clemens, Jr., Political Scientist - The more voices and interests with access to necessary information can make themselves heard, the more likely governments are to act wisely. 5
6. Corazon Aquino, former Phillipine President - There is a strong temptation in dealing with both terrorism and with guerilla actions, for government forces to act outside the law. Not only is this morally wrong, but over time it will create more practical difficulties for the government than
Missing the Oil Story, by Nina Burleigh
HOW OIL INTERESTS PLAY OUT IN US BOMBING OF AFGHANISTAN, by Project Underground
LOOK AT THE RECORD: U.S. HAS TARGETED CIVILIANS BEFORE, by John Catalinotto
Bombing and occupation of Red Cross facilities in Afghanistan, (ICRC) Geneva, October 29, 2001.
3,767 Civilians Killed in Afghanistan by U.S. Bombs, A study by Marc Herold - University of New Hampshire Economics Professor, December 10, 2001
HIDDEN AGENDA BEHIND WAR ON TERROR, By John Pilger
Above the Law: Bush’s Racial Coup in Florida / How his administrationhindered the FBI’s terrorist investigation into the bin Laden family & the Royal Family of Saudi Arabia - interview with Greg Palast of the London Guardian
Brutality smeared in peanut butter, by Arundhati Roy
The algebra of infinite justice, by Arundhati Roy
Compared with land mines, those injured or killed by cluster bombs 4.9 times as likely to be children under the age of 14, by Alexander G. Higgins
Drop Today, Kill Tomorrow: Cluster Munitions as Inhumane and Indiscriminate Weapons, by Virgil Wiebe & Titus Peachey
The CIA's Wall Street connections: Transcript of interview with Michael C. Ruppert, 3 November, 2001
The Return of the B-52s by Richard Norton-Taylor
Unleashing the CIA, by William Blum
The CIA met Bin Laden while undergoing treatment at an American Hospital last July in Dubai. No attempt was made to arrest him, English translation of article in Le Figaro, by Alexandra Richard. 2 November, 2001
La CIA aurait rencontré ben Laden en juillet, par Alexandra Richard. 2 Novembre, 2001
CEOs across the country can say, "Thank you, bin Laden", by David Corn.
Take on the News RIBBONS AND FLAGS OR COVERAGE AND COMMENTARY, by Joe Davidson.
A CAUTIONARY TALE FROM CANADA: Americans Won't Know the Value of Civil Liberties ... Until They're Gone, by Nate Hendley.
Afghanistan + Oil = "Crusade against terrorism" - Race to unlock Central Asia's energy riches, BBC World News, 29 December 1997.
US Massacres Civilian Village, Bombings Escalate, Compiled by Eamon Martin, November 9.
Incisive Statement About US Imperialism, by MANMET Anti-War Group.
The Empire wants war, not justice, by Sean Healy.
Why the Internet is Better than the N.Y. Times, by Greg Palast
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