In a letter to President Bush issued July 30, the top congressional leaders of the Democratic Party have pledged their support for an American victory in Iraq, while criticizing the administration’s tactics and methods and calling for the “phased redeployment of US forces” to deal with other crises facing American imperialism around the world.
the revolution is still alive. Neither the imperialist blockade nor the disastrous bureaucratic leadership has yet been able to exhaust its strength . . . In case of military aggression we would be unconditionally on the side of Cuba for the defeat of imperialism. But in no case would it mean giving political support to the Castro-ite leadership, which is leading the conquests of the revolution to ruin, demoralizing the masses and opening the road to the restoration of capitalism. It is not possible to separate the struggle against imperialism from the tasks of the political revolution by leaving this for a 'second stage.' The defense of the revolution puts front and center and has as its condition, the intransigent struggle against domination by the bureaucracy and for a regime of workers' democracy
Recent articles in corporate media examine deception and lying by the Department of Defense relative to the attacks of September 11th 2001. They shed light on an effective cover-up by the 9/11 Commission in its refusal to bring Government deception to the American people by way of their discredited 9/11 Report. Links to these articles follow as do 11 questions which these revelations and NORAD tapes beg to be asked and which must be answered: