Professor John Mearsheimer is subject to a Zionist-trans-Atlantic-attack for supporting my latest book The Wandering Who.
Earlier this year John Mearsheimer, the highly respected international relations theorist and Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago, wrote the following preliminary front matter for my book:
The tenth anniversary of 9/11 has produced what must surely be an unprecedented flood of media hype on any single event, accentuated, of course by exaggerated security at ground zero complete with highly conspicuous and unnecessarily obtrusive military presence. The countless times we have heard the phrases “terrible events…” and “changed the world…” in the past decade have not sufficed for those who coined them. We have surely heard the whole decade of media propaganda revisited in every facet, every detail and every nuance – except of course in one very conspicuous respect; completely omitted from the relentless re-telling is the prevailing issue of dissent from the official view, with the obvious intention to create the impression that none exists. The 9/11 anniversary has been probably the most extreme application in all the history of Christendom of the principle that “if a lie is told enough times it becomes truth” – all to no avail.
by MJ Rosenberg
President Barack Obama's speech to the UN General Assembly succeeded in making clear why the Palestinians had no other choice but to take their statehood bid to the UN and why the United States can no longer pretend to be an "honest broker" in the conflict.
I used to think that the US was a deeply religious country; so much so that its theocratic fundamentalism distorted every aspect of its crazed political agenda. Well, that last part is still true. But no one could engage in the kind of rampage of sadistic, destructive behavior in which our nation is engaged without the belief that there is no accounting, no consequence--in short, that there is no hell.
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|William A. Cook|