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03/26/2003 Entry: "25Mar News Links"
Hey Boys and Girls... Here's the news links for 25Mar... Enjoy....
Don't believe the hype! The war isn't going as planned. Colin Powell
warns the war "might lead to unpredictable consequences in
Better than a reporter in bed with the military, The 25Mar Iraqwar.ru
[Democracy] "under the direct command of the military".... the correct
term is colonialism..... more
Watch out for the new Propaganda strategy. Bush to make as many public
appearences as possible, even if there is little or no advancement in
the war..... more
Bush war budget 'does not add up'.... more
Bush's war approval ratings drop 33 percent after less than a week of
Survey: 2.5M U.S. jobs slashed since 9/11 - This is just sad.... more
Where'd those soldiers go???... They're in a morgue in Afganistan.... more
Ha!... The Osama clock... more
You can call anti-war protesters un-american, but the beacon of God is
behind them.... more
Since when does Bush care about the Geneva convention? (I'll give ya a
hint, it has to do with an illegal war).... more
Bombing in the eye's of an Iraqi - Blog journal from Baghdad.... more
Sorry, this one has to be included, Salon is a pay-for-view site.
Zogby: 83% in Middle East Predict More Terrorism Because of War
In a wide-ranging opinion survey of Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco,
and Saudi Arabia conducted by a prestigious American polling firm,
respondents rejected every premise the U.S. President has laid out as
justification for war.
John Zogby, whose prestigious polling firm, Zogby International,
conducted the poll on behalf of the University of Maryland, said: "The
poll results are an indication of how American policy-makers have lost
touch with the region. While frustration with US policies was broadly
predictable, I was startled by the high numbers."
On the issue of whether war will reduce terrorism, an average of 83 per
cent said that war will actually increase the prospect of terrorism,
including 97 per cent of Saudis, 87 per cent of Moroccans, 81 per cent
of Lebanese, 74 per cent of Egyptians, and 78 per cent of Jordanians.
[published by Salon.com]
Over and Out - Blob"e"