24 September, 2008

The Making of Recent U.S. Middle East Policies

Posted by Socrates in book reviews, books, Neocons, Socrates, Zionism at 11:34 pm | Permanent Link

by Bill and Kathleen Christison. Notice the mention of Gottfried:

[Article].


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  7. 2 Responses to “The Making of Recent U.S. Middle East Policies”

    1. Zarathustra Says:

      The article makes a very good observation when it states that the Palestinians’ Muslim allies, like Saddam Hussein and Muammar Khadaffi, are being picked off one by one, the plan being to ultimately leave the Palestinians friendless, stateless and helpless.

      I have an observation of my own: Over the past few years, many local right-wing talk radio stations have switched to canned, nationally syndicated talk radio programming. It’s not only cheaper for the crap radio station to do that, it also makes it a lot harder for anti-Israel and anti-GOP callers to get through than would the case with a local talk radio show……………………..Assholes.

    2. MB Says:

      I’m still waiting for authors like these to do a book on US policies in Europe and Asia in the 30s and 40s.