Sunday, August 07, 2005


"Why do they hate us? President George Bush posed this question to the American public shortly after 9/11. It is a strong affirmation of the power of propaganda that some Americans still pose this as a serious question, and are legitimately dumb-founded that such antipathy exists toward the United States. Our government, media and schools start burnishing the false notion of American moral superiority into our brains at a very young age. However, beneath the thin veneer of their white-washed accounts of history and current events, abundant sources of information reveal the true malevolence of the moneyed elite who rule America . There is a great body of evidence which obliterates the inane notion that the United States is a benevolent world leader. Despite the ready availability of contrary evidence, many Americans remain blind to the truth about our despised nation, and choose to believe the fairy tale version of “truth, justice and the American Way ”. The sad reality is that America is an imperialistic, avaricious war machine ruled by the wealthy. Yes, much of the world despises this nation. Our leaders have virtually assured abhorrence of America, and what’s more, they do not care!"

This is the first part of an article I found at the Information Clearinghouse website. I think you'll find this very interesting as well as informative. Suggested reading for any concerned citizen.

Here's the link to the article:

You will probably have to cut and paste this seeing as how I haven't figured out how to transfer a link to make it clickable. Sorry about the inconveniance folks.


via said...

Great article. I am just learning about how to do the links, too, but the "help" section has pretty good directions. I'll be glad to work on it with you, if you'd like. 'Course, it'll be blind leading blind! But that's often fun!


funkysmell said...


Grandpa Eddie said...

I'll have to check that out. I completely forgot about the "Help" section. I'll let ya know how I do, just as long as it ain't to technical for this ol' brain. More than three buttons on a remote can confuse me.