James Leroy Wilson's blog

Thursday, July 20, 2006

I Wish I'd Written That!

"I see local political rule not as any sort of libertarian good, but simply as a vastly lesser evil than centralized political rule." - Anthony Gregory

"Having deliberately bombed two Lebanese military bases and possibly a third, repeatedly bombed Lebanese airports including the country's only international airport, bombed bridges and major roads all over the country... how exactly does Olmert expect the already relatively weak Lebanese military to get to the southern border in the first place???

"This is all very reminiscent of how past Israeli governments have systematically bombed Palestinian Authority facilities, including police stations, and then turned around and demanded that the very infrastructure which they'd just systematically dismantled with heavy explosives somehow exert itself to control the heavily armed terrorist groups operating from within Palestinian territory." - Kevin, at Indie Castle

"Just because much of the media is biased does not mean that the Bush administration is trustworthy." - James Bovard

"While it’s been said that for the neocons it’s always Munich 1938, for the left it’s always Birmingham 1963." - Thomas Woods

"America's real interests in the Middle East are in securing two primary goals: (1) Making sure that war and political factors don't obstruct the free flow of commerce – and oil – to American markets, and (2) neutralizing the Osama bin Ladens of the Middle East ideologically, not necessarily in that order." - Justin Raimondo

"Already, Bush is ranting about Syria being behind the Hezbollah capture of the Israeli soldiers. But where is the proof?

"Who is whispering in his ear? The same people who told him Iraq was maybe months away from an atom bomb, that an invasion would be a "cakewalk," that he would be Churchill, that U.S. troops would be greeted with candy and flowers, that democracy would break out across the region, that Palestinians and Israelis would then sit down and make peace?

"How much must America pay for the education of this man?" Patrick J. Buchanan

"Unfortunately, Israel is to America what Serbia was to Russia in 1914." - William Lind

"We'd never seen anything like 9/11. Except we had, and didn't recognize it. We needn't go back to Gladio or the other false flags of suppressed history. Just two summers before, nearly identical mechanisms of terror and control were deployed upon the Russian people to consolidate the transfer of power to Vladimir Putin, who was facing his first election, and to provide the pretext to invade Chechnya.

"After four apartment complexes had been demolished and 300 killed, residents of a fifth in the city of Ryazan discovered a huge bomb in their basement and called the local police. Initially, federal authorities claimed terrorists had been thwarted, but when the perpetrators were apprehended shortly thereafter by Ryazan police, and found to be agents of Russia's security service FSB, the story changed: it was now claimed to have been an "exercise," and the sack of explosive hexogen was said to have contained nothing but "sugar." (Disbelief, a documentary regarding the bombings and the revelation of state guilt, may be viewed here. The story of Ryazan begins at approximately the 36 minute mark.) In 2002, an incurious Duma voted against a parliamentary inquiry into the bombing campaign." - Jeff Wells

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