Saturday, July 25, 2009

Same Old Game

Afghan boy by Steve Evans

Indonesia has had elections:

"This election was a de facto choice among three mass-killing Suharto generals - each of them old US proteges - one of whom actually embodied the specter of something like fascist dictatorship, and people voted for the smoothest, least frightening general, the incumbent, Gen. Susilo.

"It was impossible on the ballot to vote for the poor or to vote against killing civilians, because none of the candidates, pre-screened by the establishment, stood for anything like that: these were candidates of the rich, and of murder." - A Normal, Minimal-Choice Election

Kyrgyzstan has had elections.

Continuity in Kyrgyzstan: The Same Old Imperial Game Goes On

US outrage over “rigged” elections does not extend to Kyrgyzstan

aangirfan: Kyrgyzstan, drugs and the CIA

"Megrahi's release from Greenock Prison would allow him to return to Libya without dropping his appeal." - Ill Megrahi seeks prison release

"This unsavoury and unspeakable man with the blood of thousands on his hands ... was hired as a spy - by, of all people, Britain's MI6." - The Nazi monster recruited by MI6 Mail Online

Pfizer to Pay Tens of Millions for Deaths of Nigerian Children in Drug Trial Experiment

Former Monsanto VP now Obama's Food Safety Czar

Poll: Majority in US Oppose Both Wars

Afghan Boy by Steve Evans

Afghanistan - The Views of Two Respected Journalists

U.S. admits it has no case against teen held at Guantanamo

Despite Pledge to Cut Military Ties to Coup Regime, US Continues to Train Honduran Soldiers at School of Americas


Saudi Arabia and Israel -

Kopassus, Cilacap and the Jakarta hotel bombs.



1 comment:

subrosa said...

I wonder if you'd be interested joining the Total Politics blog list. There is a vote thing going on at present and I notice you haven't submitted this blog.

I can't vote for a blog that isn't listed!

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