Monday, September 15, 2003

From blog correspondent Samer al-Batal
New from Justin Raimondo
S al-B: His latest column addresses the neocons' sick view of American soldiers as cannon fodder and playthings in their megalomaniacal game of political chess, the latest phase (or excuse for present disaster) in this insane global operation now encapsulated into one phrase whose predictable future popularity and regularity of use will make it the latest introduction into the political glossary: Operation Flytrap.

S al-B: It makes a good climax to lob moral indignation, revulsion, and disgust at obscene politicians and ideologists who perceive the value of human life -- that of their enemies and their own soldiers, in short, that of anyone but their own hides -- in no different a manner than the rage-filled walking corpses of '28 Days Later', and Justin spares no effort in utilising these in his condemnation. Whose idea was it to plunk flesh-eating zombies down into office, anyways?

Iraq’s suffering is made invisible
by John Pilger

R.I.P. Charles Bronson
The star macho actor had a Slavic name - Buchinsky - and was born in Pennsylvania coal country to immigrants from Lithuania, the 11th of 15 children.

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