Appropriately, much has been made of the recent survey conducted by Foreign Policy and the Center for American Progress, which found that 84 percent (of the more than 100) of America's top foreign policy experts believed that the United States is not winning the war on terror. Not only do they dispute President Bush's insular and politically self-serving assertion that America is winning that war, they also "see a national security apparatus in disrepair and a government that is failing to protect the public from the next attack." [See "The Terrorism Index," July/August 2006]
Listed on the front cover of today's Long Island
Newsday daily paper was a photo of a piece
of the tail section of TWA Flight 800, floating on the surface of the Atlantic Ocean along Long Island's southern coast. This article continued to
spin the FBI orchestrated lie that Flight 800 was
blown up as the result of mechanical failure and not terrorism.
This talk will critically address contempory anarchist theory, practice,strategy, and tactics... and offer some thoughts on developing a more effective praxis for the anarchist movement in North America.