Global Research contributing editor and Perth resident Ghali Hassan—we’ve met him previously; his name always reminds me of Gomer Pyle (“Ghali, Hassan!”)—joins an elite club of global researchers, including Neil Mitchell, Michael Moore, and Matt Taibbi, among others:
Much like his first visit to the ‘Green Zone’ on Thanksgiving Day 2003 to give U.S. forces a plastic turkey, Bush’s recent visit was conducted in dark secret.
As opposed to those light secrets, which for some reason never remain ... secret. Naturally, there’s a World Cup conspiracy afoot:
The civilised world has duty to condemn the U.S. use of the (football) World Cup as a cover to commit more war crimes against the civilian population of Al-Ramadi.
But Ghali does ask a good question of peaceniks who denounced the US-led invasion of a “sovereign nation”:
How a nation can be sovereign when its people are murdered, imprisoned and enduring torture on a daily basis?
Wait; I’ve accidentally abbreviated that quote. Here it is in full:
How a nation can be sovereign when its people are murdered, imprisoned and enduring torture on a daily basis since 2003?
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(Via Robert H.)
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