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Updated 9.11.2004 ...
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In this time of Global Mourning ... we salute the very brave people involved in the making of this new film.
May the World really uncover what in fact is going on and why the Corporate PR flacks yell "Black Helicopters" and "Conspiracy" ... and want to stop any discussion on this matter.
Here is a New York Times Movie Review of:
9/11, Fear and the Selling of American Empire
From the script ...
Update on Richard Perle ...
"We've Been Neo-Conned"
For years, Andy (Andrew M.) Langer, has filled Usenet with the Anti-Environmental, Pro-War, Chicken Hawk rhetoric of his employers ... various NeoCon think tanks and their corporate boards and sponsors ... ever posting his little joke at the end that he is a Lone Ranger and his postings have nothing to do with his well padded paycheck. Currently paid a chunky salary by lobbying and public relations giant -- National Federation of Independent Businesses NFIB ... Andy believes that when he clicks his little mouse to post on Usenet ... he is in some world other than the one for which he was hired to do "public outreach."
Fantasy serves him well, as he's played this charade for years ... previously when employed by the Competitive Enterprise Institute. More details of his activities while employed by them are here. Where Andy and I first locked horns, was when he spread typical disinformation about breast implants and silicone while on CEI's Payroll -- with whom the Dows (Papa Chemical and Baby Corning) are financially linked.
AEI, well described below, has Pharmaceutical Giants Merck and Dow Chemical CEO's as well as Exxon's mucky mucks guiding them on their Board. Their spawn ... PNAC ... years ago drew up the blueprint for their War ... years before 9/11.
Andy, fuzzy after all these years as to who is behind the massive amount of their ideas he "publicly outreaches" to Usenet, has been filling alt.support.breast-implant (yes, Dow Chemical's debacle) with their off topic, destroy the earth ideas ... forcing his point of view and bashing women who oppose his war. Like Bush, he bullies his way to "liberate" alt.support.breast-implant from my viewpoint. To find out why Andy is fuzzy ... click here.
Richard Perle and Spokesman ... Fuzzy Andy Langer of NFIB
In this off topic post on alt.support.breast-implant ... Andy was hailing one of his heroes ... Guns dealer Khashoggi's buddy, War Monger, Richard Perle of AEI ... who finally resigned in shame this week. Here too, Andy is "publicly outreaching" for Perle on Usenet, a medium read by millions. For more on Perle and his Boeing connection, please read here.
If you read Andy's "favorites" page ... he describes AEI as such:
"The American Enterprise Institute - Yet another think tank, this one has done some very interesting policy studies. And, celebrity Ben Stein is a fellow there. His speech on celebrities and causes was wonderful, and excerpted in their magazine. I cannot recommend it enough."
Golly gee Andy ... they sure sound like fun guys.
Andy spreads their typical Junk Science Logic ... unless you believe it is the right thing to do to invade another country and drop bombs on their babies, you are "communists" and "pro-Saddam" and lately he's been hurling "fascist" around with vigor.
He has claimed, with Chutzpah beyond imagination, that the opinions of those who do not support this war are "indefensible." Suddenly, our Constitution and Bill of Rights be damned ... it is "un-American" to express opposite opinions. Here is Andy trampling the Bill of Rights just yesterday.
In the Junk Science Propaganda being spread by Andy & the other "think tank" flacks ... if you do not support this UnHoly and Illegal War, you must then hate the brave and terrified and dying youth of our once great country.
In AndySpeak / JunkScience Speak, the peaceful sounding liberating is in fact, obliterating.
How many loved ones on God's once green earth will be liberated for their War ...
never to breathe again ?
How much misery and despair is being felt throughout the world right now ?
How many millions of human beings are separated from those they love far away right now ... away from their homes, from their wives and babies ... their husbands and churches and friends ?
Do you really believe this War is to "protect us" ?
Is there more love or hatred in the world today ?
Do you feel safer today than two weeks ago ... or a year ago ... or even before 9/11 ?
Is there less terror in the world now ... or more ?
Are the airlines safer, or more dangerous today?
Does the US now have more allies in the world ... or far fewer ?
Is there more support for America and their War now ... or less all the time ?
Is there more separation ... more dissension in the world now ... or less ?
Does the fact that Halliburton, without even having to bid, has been awarded the contract to rebuild Iraq seem self serving to VP Cheney's former company? Mrs. VP Cheney is affiliated too, with AEI.
Could these think tanks, as very well described in this piece, The PR Secret War Against Activists, persuaded some of the breast implant women to align with them and become educated ?
How could this be about 9/11 as Andy and Bush claim, when the plan was formed years ago in an "interesting policy study" known as PNAC ?
From their own document to then President Clinton of January 26, 1998 signed by Perle et al:
We urge you to seize that opportunity, and to enunciate a new strategy that would secure the interests of the U.S. and our friends and allies around the world. That strategy should aim, above all, at the removal of Saddam Husseins regime from power.
We have thousands and thousands and thousands of posts with Andy putting the message of these corporate front groups, self servingly named "think tanks" on Usenet for them ... postings on the identical issues for which he is paid to do "public outreach."
Here is Andy at his most hypocritical, earlier in his career claiming not to "condone violence." Tree spiking is "violence" to him, yet dropping Napalm and bombs on innocent people is liberation.
Here are some viewpoints you may wish to consider.
By Marc Ash
t r u t h o u t | Opinion
By MAUREEN DOWD
New York Times | Opinion
Sunday 23 March 2003
It's Richard Perle's world. We're just fighting in it.
Washington - The Prince of Darkness, a man who whips up revelatory soufflés and revolutionary pre-emption doctrines with equal ease, took a victory lap at the American Enterprise Institute on Friday morning.
The confidant of Rummy and Wolfy serves as the chairman of the Defense Policy Board, an influential Pentagon advisory panel. That's why Global Crossing agreed to pay Mr. Perle a fat fee: $725,000.
by Stephen R. Shalom
1. The anti-war movement supports our troops by urging that they be brought home immediately so they neither kill nor get killed in a unjust war. How has the Bush administration shown its support for our troops?
a. The Republican-controlled House Budget Committee voted to cut $25 billion in veterans benefits over the next 10 years.
b. The Bush administration proposed cutting $172 million from impact aid programs that provide school funding for children of military personnel.
c. The administration ordered the Dept. of Veterans Affairs to stop publicizing health benefits available to veterans.
d. All of the above. (this is the right answer.)
By William Rivers Pitt
t r u t h o u t | Perspective
Thursday 27 February 2003
the counsels of Government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted
influence, whether sought or unsought, by the Military Industrial Complex. The
potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists, and will persist.
We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic
- President Dwight Eisenhower, January 1961.
George W. Bush gave a speech Wednesday night before the Godfather of conservative Washington think tanks, the American Enterprise Institute. In his speech, Bush quantified his coming war with Iraq as part of a larger struggle to bring pro-western governments into power in the Middle East. Couched in hopeful language describing peace and freedom for all, the speech was in fact the closest articulation of the actual plan for Iraq that has yet been heard from the administration.
The Project for a New American Century, or PNAC, is a group founded in 1997 that has been agitating since its inception for a war with Iraq. PNAC was the driving force behind the drafting and passage of the Iraqi Liberation Act, a bill that painted a veneer of legality over the ultimate designs behind such a conflict. The names of every prominent PNAC member were on a letter delivered to President Clinton in 1998 which castigated him for not implementing the Act by driving troops into Baghdad.
PNAC has funneled millions of taxpayer dollars to a Hussein opposition group called the Iraqi National Congress, and to Iraq's heir-apparent, Ahmed Chalabi, despite the fact that Chalabi was sentenced in absentia by a Jordanian court to 22 years in prison on 31 counts of bank fraud. Chalabi and the INC have, over the years, gathered support for their cause by promising oil contracts to anyone that would help to put them in power in Iraq.
Most recently, PNAC created a new group called The Committee for the Liberation of Iraq. Staffed entirely by PNAC members, The Committee has set out to "educate" Americans via cable news connections about the need for war in Iraq. This group met recently with National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice regarding the ways and means of this education.
Who is PNAC? Its members include:
* Vice President Dick Cheney, one of the PNAC founders, who served as Secretary of Defense for Bush Sr.;
* Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz, arguably the ideological father of the group; (Note: AEI)
* John Bolton, who serves as Undersecretary for Arms Control and International Security in the Bush administration;
* Richard Perle, former Reagan administration official and present chairman of the powerful Defense Policy Board; (Note: AEI)
Critics of the Bush administration like to bandy about the word "fascist" when speaking of George. The image that word conjures is of Nazi stormtroopers marching in unison towards Hitler's Final Solution. This does not at all fit. It is better, in this matter, to view the Bush administration through the eyes of Benito Mussolini. Mussolini, dubbed 'the father of Fascism,' defined the word in a far more pertinent fashion. "Fascism," said Mussolini, "should more properly be called corporatism, since it is the merger of state and corporate power."
Boycott the French, the Germans, and the other 114 nations who stand against this Iraq war all you wish. France and Germany do not oppose Bush because they are cowards, or because they enjoy the existence of Saddam Hussein. France and Germany stand against the Bush administration because they intend to stop this Pax Americana in its tracks if they can. They have seen militant fascism up close and personal before, and wish never to see it again.
Would that we Americans could be so wise.
William Rivers Pitt is a New York Times bestselling author of two books - "War On Iraq" (with Scott Ritter) available now from Context Books, and "The Greatest Sedition is Silence," available in May 2003 from Pluto Press. He teaches high school in Boston, MA.
Lowery contributed research to this report.
More links to peruse.
Watch in the Media
Perspective: Who funds whom?
by Jill Junnola
October 4, 2002
This war is brought to you by ... Asia Times Online - 20 Mar 2003
PNAC's credo is officially to muster "the resolve to shape a new century favorable to American principles and interests". PNAC states that the US must be sure of "deterring any potential competitors from even aspiring to a larger regional or global role" - without ever mentioning these competitors, the European Union, Russia or China, by name. The UN is predictably dismissed as "a forum for leftists, anti-Zionists and anti-imperialists". The UN is only as good as it supports American policy.
The PNAC mixes a peculiar brand of messianic internationalism with realpolitik founded over a stark analysis of American oil interests. Its key document, dated June 1997, reads like a manifesto. Horrified by the "debased" Bill Clinton, PNAC exponents lavishly praise "the essential elements of the Reagan administration's success: a military that is strong and ready to meet both present and future challenges; a foreign policy that boldly and purposefully promotes American principles abroad; and national leadership that accepts the United States' global responsibilities". These exponents include Dick Cheney, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle, chairman of the Defense Policy Board, an advisory panel to the Pentagon made up of leading figures in national security and defense, Florida Governor Jeb Bush and Reagan-era White House adviser Elliott Abrahms.
It's no surprise that Bush, on February 26, chose to unveil his vision of a new Middle Eastern order at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a right-wing Washington think tank. The PNAC's office is nowhere else than on the 5th floor of the AEI building on 17th St, in downtown Washington.
AEI is the key node of a collection of neoconservative foreign policy experts
and scholars, the most influential of whom are members of the PNAC.
Article re Proposed US-Iraq War (Repost)
Caribbean Cricket, Caribbean - 14 Mar 2003
... of CLI is drawn from two super-hawkish think-tanks: The American Enterprises Institute
(AEI) and its offshoot: Project for the New American Century (PNAC). ...
The American Prospect - 12 Mar 2003
... of Jordan could be their man." Wurmser in 1999 wrote Tyranny's Ally, an AEI ... Gary
Schmitt, executive director of the Project for a New American Century (PNAC ...
new Cold War Era"
Yellow Times - 04 Mar 2003 (currently not on line.)
Excerpt: The next question, of course, is what the real underlying motive might be. The "war for oil" explanation is too simple, and it does not recognize that these hawks in the administration view themselves as noble, if not great men. President Bush is enough of a simpleton to believe that he has good intentions, and all members of his administration undoubtedly view their propaganda campaign as a system of noble lies. So what is this cause so noble, which is in the best interest of America, but which citizens could simply never understand? The answer is to be found in the principles of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and The Project for the New American Century (PNAC), organizations whose platforms are American imperialism: an enormous defense budget increase, universal military presence, and imposition of American will by force and intimidation.
Channels Neoconservative Vision
AlterNet - 27 Feb 2003
... Perle helped mobilize support for an open letter to Bush by PNAC, whose offices
are located on the fifth floor of the AEI building in downtown Washington. ...
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