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Posts Tagged ‘sanctions

Ron Paul: “An even more disastrous and costly war on Iran”

April 24, 2010

An excerpt from Ron Paul’s speech before Congress: The same falsehoods and distortions used to push the United States into a disastrous and unnecessary one trillion dollar war on Iraq are being trotted out again to lead us to what will likely be an even more disastrous and costly war on Iran. The parallels are […]

What is the difference between wars with Iraq, Afghanistan and Iran?

March 16, 2010

What is the difference between Iraq, Afghanistan and Iran? The answer, future historians may relate, is none. At the dawn of the 21st century, all three states were ruled by nasty undemocratic regimes to which America and its allies took exception. This led to economic sanctions and then pretext was drummed up for military intervention. […]

So when is America’s next War — this one with Iran — to begin?

February 10, 2010

Huffington Post highlights how fast the notoriously slow Congressional process can move when sufficiently motivated. Last week the Senate passed comprehensive sanctions on Iran — a bill being pushed by [America’s all-powerful pro-Israel lobby] AIPAC neocons and the other “usual suspects” — in record time. It was brought up with only three senators on the […]