...Saddam is a regional threat, and even the degree of that threat is debatable. George W. Bush on the other hand, is being perceived more and more as a global threat. And as far as we are concerned as Americans, it is Bush, not Hussein, who has the power to destroy our freedoms.
Coinciding with the much anticipated U.N. report on weapons inspections in Iraq, this morning an international group of Citizens Inspectors faxed a startling report to all members of the U.N. Security Council in New York. It condemns the blatant use of double standards by the UN Security Council concerning WMD.
In the case of Ritter the large majority of the people, that oppose war, are all of a sudden confronted with being championed by a
pedophile. This leads to two effects : to weaken opposition to war and / or weaken oppositio to pedophilia, through the mind
control techniques of refusal of association / acceptance through association.
The American "Peace" project - http://americanpeace.eccmei.net/ - is an online resource detailing American imperialism and militarism from 1776 to present. The emphasis is on both international interventions/conflicts as well as domestic oppression (strike breaking, racial suppression, genocide of the Indians, &c). Although there is a LOT more to go, there is enough information on the site currently to make it presentable.
Energy has always been the root of the human journey, and today's attemtps by the U.S. to establish hegeomony over the world's most lucrative energy supplies is simply the latest incarnation of a timeless dynamic.