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    War and Terror: Hang 'em High in Baghdad
    The Object Lesson of Saddam's Execution

    by Kurt Nimmo, kurtnimmo.com
    December 30, 2006

    It was like a scene from a Sergio Leone spaghetti western—Saddam Hussein, or somebody we are told is Saddam Hussein, was marched to the gallows and strung up, a victim of frontier justice, the frontier in this case being a country illegally and brutally invaded for the sake of Israel, as Philip Zelikow unabashedly tells us, not that the corporate media pays attention to such bothersome details.

    In old B-movies, characters often declared the guilty to be "hung at dawn," and this is precisely what happened to the man we are told was Saddam. "Saddam Hussein was hanged at dawn on Saturday for crimes against humanity, a dramatic, violent end for a leader who brutally ruled Iraq for three decades before he was toppled by a U.S.-led invasion in 2003," reports the CIA's favorite newspaper, the Washington Post.

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    War and Terror: Would Jesus Get Out of Iraq?
    By William Blum, aol.com

    The good news is that the Republicans lost.

    The bad news is that the Democrats won.

    The burning issue -- US withdrawal from Iraq -- remains as far from resolution as before.

    A clear majority of Americans are opposed to the war and almost all of them would be very happy if the US military began the process of leaving Iraq tomorrow, if not today. The rest of the world would breathe a great sigh of relief and their long-running love affair with the storybook place called "America" could begin to come back to life.

    A State Department poll conducted in Iraq this past summer dealt with the population's attitude toward the American occupation. Apart from the Kurds -- who assisted the US military before, during, and after the invasion and occupation, and don't think of themselves as Iraqis -- most people favored an immediate withdrawal, ranging from 56% to 80% depending on the area.

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    War and Terror: Contracting 'Clean Break' Chaos in Iraq
    By Kurt Nimmo, kurtnimmo.com

    Dick Fojut's Are 70,000 Pentagon Mercs Killing Iraqis? (Is Grass Green?) is compelling enough to include here in total. But first, here's the trailer from Shadow Company, a documentary concerning "contractors," i.e., hired guns, in Iraq.

    View: www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJQMsBDQj2U&eurl=


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    Fallujah and the Reality of War
    By Rahul Mahajan, empirenotes.org

    The assault on Fallujah has started. It is being sold as liberation of the people of Fallujah; it is being sold as a necessary step to implementing "democracy" in Iraq. These are lies.

    I was in Fallujah during the siege in April, and I want to paint for you a word picture of what such an assault means.

    Fallujah is dry and hot; like Southern California, it has been made an agricultural area only by virtue of extensive irrigation. It has been known for years as a particularly devout city; people call it the City of a Thousand Mosques. In the mid-90's, when Saddam wanted his name to be added to the call to prayer, the imams of Fallujah refused.

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