Title: 1984 is now
|Date:||February 22, 2000|
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It must be so: how could the immortal, collective brain be mistaken? By what external standard could you check its judgements?" (1984, pp 277) By this logic, the atrocities committed by "The Butcher of Baghdad" and Osama were perfectly fine, while they were on the payroll of the U...
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(Democracy, pp 357) I can hear Donald Rumsfeld talking to Saddam now--"Kurds giving you shit again? Here's some nerve gas fixins...gas those pesky Kurds! Works good on Iranians too." (NO, it isn't funny, and it should not go unpunished...who sold them those weapons of mass destruction anyway?) Palast points out to us that Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Ladin were both funded and backed by the United States to further the fight against communism, and once that "Enemy" had been vanquished, they became the State enemy of choice...
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