Tuesday, July 3, 2012

"I’ll never apologize for the United States of America. Ever...."

"I don’t care what the facts are," said George Bush, père, after an atrocity committed during his régime that has been flushed down the memory hole — Grim Anniversary: Iran Mourns 1988 US Attack on Flight 655. The "passenger airliner... was shot down over the Strait of Hormuz by the US Navy, killing all 290 civilians aboard."

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Blogger Pints in NYC said...

Silly Persians, tricks are for kids!

Remember when Iran recognized the imperial oppression of Erin by naming a road "Bobby Sands Street"? The Airstrip 1 wing [viz., George Orwell] of the Anglo-American Establishment [viz., Carroll Quigley] had something to say about that, too.


Here's a song that gets into what all that was about:


"Around the world, truth will echo" indeed. Here's another song about it all:


In any case, I wonder if pere demands an apology for KAL 007? Then again, bumping off Larry McDonald was very convenient at that point in (his)tory.

Here's McDonald, 4 months before KAL 007, arguing with CIA spook and wanna-be James Bond (the real 007), Tom Braden, about the "New World Order." Numerological coincidence? You be the judge:


July 4, 2012 at 4:04 PM  

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