>Turning Guns on Each Other in Class Warfare

>by Bill TottenNihonkai Shimbun and Osaka Nichinichi Shimbun (October 06 2005)(I've written a weekly column for two Japanese newspapers for the past three years. Patrick Heaton prepared this English version from the Japanese original.)At the beginning of September, Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans and Mississippi. During Japan's typhoon, companies lying in the track of a … Continue reading >Turning Guns on Each Other in Class Warfare

>We do not deserve these people

>A review of The New American Militarism: How Americans Are Seduced by War by Andrew Bacevich (Oxford University Press, 2005)by Anatol LievenLondon Review of Books, Vol 27 No 20 (October 20 2005)A key justification of the Bush administration's purported strategy of "democratising" the Middle East is the argument that democracies are pacific, and that Muslim … Continue reading >We do not deserve these people

>From Suharto to Iraq: Nothing Has Changed

>by John PilgerIn his latest column for the New Statesman, John Pilger describes how the British invented war propaganda and how western-inspired bloodbaths have been reported as heroic acts for "democracy" or not reported at all.http://www.johnpilger.com/ (October 14 2005)"The propagandist's purpose", wrote Aldous Huxley, "is to make one set of people forget that certain other … Continue reading >From Suharto to Iraq: Nothing Has Changed

>CNOOC to the Left of Me, Chevron to the Right:

>Stuck in the Middle with Fuby Blaine Townsendwww.trilliuminvest.com (October 2005)When President Richard Nixon visited Beijing in 1972, he could never have dreamed the Communists would one day bid against Chevron Corporation for Unocal. It just goes to show that if you gather enough capital today (even at the expense of human rights, American national security … Continue reading >CNOOC to the Left of Me, Chevron to the Right: