Hiroshima and Nagasaki: American High School Textbooks Perpetuate The Big Lie By Pat Elder

2 August 2013 — War is a Crime

Hiroshima and Nagasaki: American High School Textbooks Perpetuate The Big Lie


This summer the world will pause to commemorate the 68th anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.  Most Americans are still supportive of Truman’s decision despite overwhelming historical evidence the bomb had “nothing to do with the end of the war,” in the words of Major General Curtis E. LeMay.


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Bradley Manning Newslinks 26 July 2013

26 July 2013 — williambowles.info

Bradley Manning’s court-martial for leaking US secrets to WikiLeaks …

The trial of Pfc. Bradley Manning enters its eighth week Thursday at Fort Meade, near Baltimore. The former intelligence analyst from Crescent, Okla., is charged …
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Wikileaks Newslinks 10 June 2013

10 June 2013 — williambowles.info


We Steal Secrets a WikiLeaks Documentary

Movie News Guide (blog)

We Steal Secrets is a misnomer. The truth is that WikiLeaks, the subject of the documentary, doesn’t steal any secrets. The web site serves as an electronic drop box that users use to publish documents anonymously. The information posted on the site …



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Bradley Manning: Prisoner of Conscience By Francis A. Boyle

5 June 2013 — williambowles.info

Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the peoples of the world have witnessed successive governments in the United States that have demonstrated little if any respect for fundamental considerations of international law, human rights, and the United States Constitution itself. Continue reading this...


Stop NATO News: March 14, 2012: Western Demands For Syrian Regime Change Fuel Conflict: Russia

14 March 2012 — Stop NATO

  • UN: Russia Calls For Probe Into NATO’s “Massive Bombings” In Libya
  • Western Demands For Syrian Regime Change Fuel Conflict: Russia
  • Caucasus, Central Asia: “Arab Spring” Brings Destabilization To Russia’s Borders
  • U.S. Drone Strikes Kill At Least 16 In Pakistan
  • No Missile Shield Deal Likely By NATO Summit: Russia
  • CIA Chief, Turkish Prime Minister Conspire On Syria, Kurdistan Workers Party
  • 580,000 U.S. Troops Transit Yearly: Pentagon Chief In Kyrgyzstan
  • Six Facilities In Europe, Africa, Middle East: U.S. Navy Holds Exercise
  • Thailand Hosts Joint Air Drills With U.S., Singapore
  • U.S. Marines Train Ugandan Troops For Wars Abroad, At Home
  • Uganda: U.S. Army Builds Combat Interoperability With African Militaries

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Hardhitting, Dissenting Journalism — Without the Hardhitting, Dissenting Part By Arthur Silber

18 February 2012 — Power of Narrative

In a recent essay, I mentioned Matt Taibbi as one of the examples of a phenomenon I call “The Obedient Dissenter,” and said I would be examining that phenomenon in further detail soon. This isn’t that lengthier analysis, but more in the nature of a sneak preview.

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Abstractions Versus the “Real World”: Economic Models and the Apologetics of Greed By Prof John Kozy

13 February 2012 — Global Research

Economists build models by subtracting from reality the characteristics they deem unessential to the economic situations they model. The result is a bare bones description consisting of what economists deem economically essential. Everything that is discarded (not taken into consideration in the model) is called an “externality.” So the models only work when the externalities that were in effect before the models are implemented do not change afterward. The realm of economic models can be likened to the realm of Platonic Ideas. Both realms are static and unchanging throughout all time. Unfortunately the real world constantly changes. Since externalities are excluded from all economic models and can be expected to change after any model is implemented, all economic models necessarily fail. Economists are frauds and economics amounts to nothing but an apologetics of greed.

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Time Cheers the Drone War

3 January 2012 — Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting

Time-mag.jpgThe new issue of  Time magazine promises on its cover ‘Essential Info for the Year Ahead.’ One apparently essential report: U.S. drones are awesome.

The report–written by Mark Thompson, available to subscribers only explains that a ‘hot military trend’ this way:

Today’s generals and admirals want weapons that are smaller, remote-controlled and bristling with intelligence. In short, more drones that can tightly target terrorists, deliver larger payloads and are some of the best spies the U.S. has ever produced, even if they occasionally get captured in Iran or crash on landing at secret bases.

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Wikileaks Newslinks 23 December 2011

23 December 2011 — williambowles.info

WikiLeaks founder helped Army private get data, prosecutors say
Los Angeles Times
During closing arguments in the pretrial hearing of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, prosecutors flashed excerpts of chat logs to the courtroom that they alleged showed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange coaching Manning on how to decode computer passwords to …

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Updates on Libya war/Stop NATO news: October 3, 2011

3 October 2011 — Stop NATO

  • Almost 200 Days Of Bombing: 24,574 NATO Sorties, 9,164 Strike Sorties
  • Commander: NATO To Turn Libyan Operations Back Over To AFRICOM
  • Pentagon Chief ‘Reaffirms’ Ties With Israel, Egypt, Palestine, NATO
  • U.S. Army Africa: Massive Expansion Of Italian Base For American Troops
  • Australian Defence Chief Flies To Brussels For NATO Talks
  • Serbs Set Up Concrete Barricade In Northern Kosovo
  • Afghan, Pakistani Armies Arrayed For War

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The Triumph of Capitalism: Jobless Nations By Prof. John Kozy

18 September, 2011 — Global Research

The Obama administration is intent on applying supply side principles to get the American economy out of the present recession, but supply side principles are based on the belief that if the government cuts taxes on the wealthy, they will invest their savings in new factories, that newly hired workers will increase employment, and that more output will increase tax receipts. But there is no way to make sure the wealthy actually invest their wealth in productive enterprises, especially in the U.S.

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Updates on Libyan war/Stop NATO news: August 19, 2011

19 August 2011 — Stop NATO

  • FAIR: NATO Air Strikes, Libyan Deaths And Media Silence
  • U.S. NATO Quad Partners Demand Regime Change In Syria
  • Israeli Missile Chief Briefs U.S. Space/Interceptor Missile Conference
  • War Training In Eastern Europe: U.S. National Guard ‘Partners’ With 65 Nations
  • U.S. Army Plans $1 Billion 100 Unmanned Helicopter Fleet
  • Canada Restores Monarchy To Military
  • NATO Tanker Set Ablaze In Balochistan

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Updates on Libyan war/Stop NATO news: August 18, 2011

18 August 2011 — Stop NATO

  • U.S. Deploys Two More Predator Drones For NATO’s Libyan War
  • NATO To Test European Interceptor Missile Initial Operational Capability
  • 246,000 U.S. Troops Abroad: ‘Space Has Revolutionized How We Fight’
  • 1.2 Million Combat Hours: Robots To Give Pentagon Casualty-Free Wars
  • U.S. Navy On Arctic: Facing New Ocean For First Time In 500 Years
  • Kosovo: U.S. Backs Valued Ally Thaci, ‘Rule Of Law’
  • NATO’s New Maritime Strategy: Prowling The World’s Waterways

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Video: U.S. Marines fighting with rebels in Misurata

17 August 2011 — Source: 12160

A U.S. Marine talking on what they are going to do & how they are going to aid the rebels! oops I thought Obama said that no U.S. Army/Marine would put foot on the ground of Libya. Here is the proof that American Troops are on the ground of the Libyan soil!