Tag Archives: Saudi Arabia

A Radical Strategy to Control Terrorism

By Arlen Grossman Editor’s note: This is a revision of my November 20 posting. 1.War is not the answer. I don’t envision any military solution to Jihadism. That would entail massive bombing by us and retaliatory terrorist attacks by them. An unending … Continue reading

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Ultimate Proof That Corporations Aren’t People

Here’s a second story by Matt Taibbi that should boggle everyone’s mind. If you were caught working with Mexican drug cartels and organizations linked to al-Qaeda, Iran, North Korea, etc, in the “largest drug-and terrorism money-laundering case ever,” you would … Continue reading

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The US – alongside Saudi Arabia – fights for freedom and democracy in the Middle East The ability to persuade people that the US opposes tyranny is a testament to the potency of propaganda By Glenn Greenwald/ The Guardian/ January … Continue reading

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