Friday, May 12, 2006

CounterCurrents 12 0506

HelloKindly forward this newsletter to your friends and encourage them to join this mailing list. In SolidarityBinuIran And US: Nuclear Standoff Or Realpolitik? By Ramzy Baroud 2006 is certainly not Iraq of 1990-1991, or 2003. Some major changes to the political map of the Middle East have taken place and serious challenges are appearing day after day to the astonishment of the beleaguered U.S. government and its presidentLetter From Mahmoud AhmadinejadBy Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Of Iran, To George Bush Re-shuffling The Cards In Iraq By Ghali Hassan the U.S. is forced to withdraw from Iraq immediately, no re-shuffling of the same cards will change the situation on the ground in Iraq. The only option remains for people around the world is to provide moral support for the Iraqi people Resistance to self-determination and national independenceComments On David Sirota's New Book:Hostile Takeover By Stephen Lendman'd like to begin my commentary on David Sirota's important new book Hostile Takeover with my strong endorsement of his fine work. Everyone should read it to learn what's really going on around us that affects us all in the most important ways I know and which most people at best only vaguely understand on many if not most of the major issuesThe Royal Nepalese Army And The imperialist Agency In Nepal By Pratyush Chandra imperialist network fears that this rise of the red scourge in this supposed "backwater" of global capitalism will blow away the mirage of the new Asian "miracles" in the region, who have been long fishing their booty in these same "backwaters"What Mothers Really Want By Lucinda Marshall great thing about Motherâ?Ts Day is that for one day, everyone has to at least pretend to listen respectfully to what mothers have to say. So come on Moms, letâ?Ts not pass up 24 hours of precious soapbox time, we can talk about what we always talk about. ChildrenIsraelâ?Ts Road To â?~Convergenceâ?T Began With Rabin By Jonathan Cook his coalition partners on board, Israelâ?Ts prime minister Ehud Olmert is plotting his next move: a partial withdrawal from the West Bank over the next few years which he and his government will declare as the end of the occupation and therefore also any legitimate grounds for Palestinian grievance.From hereon in, Israel will portray itself as the benevolent provider of a Palestinian state

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