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Spying on Other Democracies

Irancove @ September 5, 2008 # 3 Comments

Bush: And so we’re with you, Prime Minister [al Maliki]. We thank you for the courage of the Iraqi people. We expect there to be reconciliation and law, just like you expect there to be reconciliation and law. And I appreciate your time today. Appreciate your remarks yesterday; I thought they were strong remarks about […]

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Russian units raid Georgian airfields for use in Israeli strike against Iran

Irancove @ September 5, 2008 # 6 Comments

Debka: The raids were disclosed by UPI chief editor Arnaud de Borchgrave, who is also on the Washington Times staff, and picked up by the Iranian Fars news agency. The Russian raids of two Georgian airfields, which Tbilisi had allowed Israel to use for a potential strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities, followed the Georgian offensive […]

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RNC Film Links Iran to 9/11

Irancove @ September 5, 2008 # 2 Comments

According to Juan Cole: One of those slick films shown at the convention on Thursday commemorating the victims of 9/11 actually asserted that “it began in 1979” with the taking of US embassy personnel hostage in Tehran. The film then skipped over to the Sunni radicals. I can’t understand what the Iranian hostage crisis has […]

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Cheney, Georgia, Israel and Iran

Irancove @ September 5, 2008 # 4 Comments

Col. Pat Lang asks: Was there an agreement between Georgia and Israel for the use of Georgian airfields in strike(s) against Iran?  Did the two Israeli or former Israeli ministers in the Georgian government have anything to do with that if it existed?  What was Cheney’s role in this?

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“No US politician can risk being objective on these matters”

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Paul Jay interviews Scott Ritter and Ray McGovern on the failure of the media to correctly cover Iran and more…

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