By William Markiewicz

Titles selected from Antiwar.com
Updated June 21, 2003

US Official: Military Action Against Iran an Option
US Sends Warning to Libya Over 'Pursuit of WMD'
Powell: US Will 'Blast Through' Opponents of Mideast Peace
New US Strategy Will Use Navy for In-and-Out, Quick-Strike Warfare
US 'Loses Patience' with Burma

From FAIR -- Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting
June 20, 2003

[General Wesley] CLARK: "There was a concerted effort during
the fall of 2001, starting immediately after 9/11, to pin
9/11 and the terrorism problem on Saddam Hussein." 
CLARK: "Well, it came from the White House ..... I got a call
on 9/11. I was on CNN, and I got a call at my home saying,
'You got to say this is connected. This is state-sponsored
terrorism. This has to be connected to Saddam Hussein.' 
I said, 'But--I'm willing to say it, but what's your evidence?'
And I never got any evidence."
As correspondent David Martin reported: "Barely five hours after
American Airlines Flight 77 plowed into the Pentagon, the
secretary of defense was telling his aides to start thinking
about striking Iraq, even though there was no evidence linking
Saddam Hussein to the attacks." ...... The notes then quote 
Rumsfeld as demanding, ominously, that the administration's
response "go massive...sweep it all up, things related and not." 

The real master of WMDs moves to cleanse the planet of potential, true or imaginary, enemies. The NWO envisions a simplistic paradise for the chosen, a sanitized and subservient universe.

By the way, within the NWO the procedure now called 'negotiations' is: ultimatum after ultimatum. The NWO first decides unilaterally with whom it will negotiate, then the terms and topics of negotiations, ending with attack and "liberation."

Consider this as a refresher in the chain of events: Yugoslavia was driven to war on totally prefabricated premises. Osama provoked the war he could not win. Iraq provoked nothing but the NWO had developed a taste for easy victories based on false premises. Iran, Syria, etc. are under a barrage of more and more improbable accusations but for the sedated public opinion it won't make a big difference.

Nobody can judge with certitude, but we live, perhaps, in the most rotten period in living memory.

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