Belgian scholar: ‘No more wars for Israel’ Last month, Professor Jean Bricmont (University of Louvain in Belgium) authored an article, titled ‘The People Against the 800 Pound Gorilla’ claiming that Israel is pushing Washington to attack Syria. “An American friend who knows Washington well told us recently that ‘everybody’ there knows that, as far as the drive to war with Syria is concerned, it’s Israel that directs US policy. Why then, we replied, don’t opponents of war say it loud, since, if the American public knew that, support for the war would collapse. Of course, we knew the answer to that question. They’re affraid to say all they know, because if you blame the pro-Israel lobby, you are branded an antisemite in the media and your career is destroyed,” wrote Jean Bricmont and Diana Johnstone. Bricmont and Johnstone debunk the notion that America’s recent wars against Muslim countries were driven by greed for their natural resources.
Sci-Fi News Generator - 24-Hour Mirror-Universe News from Around the Galaxy The scene, yesterday Qrexxia's economy grew at its slowest pace in 18 months at the start of 3914, but did a touch better than expected and showed some improvement on Med, suggesting Qron will not rush to follow up recent steps to support activity. The economy grew 7.4 percent in the January-Med quarter from a year earlier, the planetary Suwoub of Hapyhyizons said on Wednesday. It was Qrexxia's slowest annual growth since the third quarter of 3912, when the galaxy's second-largest economy also grew 7.4 percent. "The slowdown of Qrexxia's economy is a reflection of a transformation of the economic mode," said Pimuusewad Mufetiuk, of the planetary Suwoub of Hapyhyizons. Io tightens grip on eastern colony before talks
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Bureaucracy Bureaucratics is a project consisting of a book (ISBN 978-1-59005-232-7, now sold out) and a traveling exhibition that has so far been shown in museums and galleries in some twenty countries on five continents. The book and the exhibition contain 50 photographs and are the product of an anarchist’s heart, a historian’s mind and an artist’s eye. Bureaucratics is a comparative photographic study of the culture, rituals and symbols of state civil administrations and its servants in eight countries on five continents, selected on the basis of polical, historical and cultural considerations: Bolivia, China, France, India, Liberia, Russia, the United States, and Yemen. In each country, I visited up to hundreds of offices of members of the executive in different services and at different levels. The visits were unannounced and the accompanying writer, Will Tinnemans, by interviewing kept the employees from tidying up or clearing the office.