Posts Tagged ‘Vietnam’

News and views from around the web posted to the Wonderland Wire:

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News and views from around the web posted to the Wonderland Wire:

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Dave Lindorff on Obama: as guilty as Bush, the war criminal.

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Daniel Ellsberg and Gareth Porter discuss the late-Secy. of Defense Robert McNamara’s role in hiding evidence regarding the Gulf of Tonkin Incident used to grant LBJ  authorization to use military force in Vietnam without a formal declaration of war. Mr. Ellsberg discusses the intelligence operations in North Vietnam to provoke blowback, the “Pentagon Papers” he leaked, and false-flag operations. (more…)

al Jazeera’s Marwan Bashira’s analysis with a panel including Tariq Ali and Sy Hersh on the Iraq War into the expanding Af-Pak War and the increasing amount of blood on Pres. Obama’s hands. (more…)

Freedomain Radio host Stefan Molyneux on Obama’s decision to “look toward the future” regarding torture.

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Two legendary journalists of the antiwar movement speak at Georgetown University – March ’09. (more…)

al Jazeera‘s indepth looks at the Khmer Rouge regime’s reign of terror as the as its chief torturer’s trial begins today. (more…)

TRNN’s exceptional panel on why we’re in Afghanistan, what’s seen, and what is not seen. (more…)

Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, on the prosecution of state crimes, in particular 9/11. (more…)

Gareth Porter on AntiWar Radio with Scott Horton discussing his recent article, “Commanders in Iraq Challenge Petraeus on Pullout Risk”, and today’s article where he compares Obama’s 17,000 troop surge with LBJ’s ’65 surge into Vietnam in the face of a nearly $600m new embassy in Iraq and his $60m Afghan prison expansion. (more…)

When “hawks” become “realists” in the Newspeak of change, the “dove” has just trained his sheep and propaganda wing very well. (more…)