Dec 6, 2013
The New York Times’ Fear of AIPAC
Posted on Sep 9, 2013
A paragraph disappeared from the newspaper that cited the attack on Syria is really about showing the pro-Israel lobby group the U.S. is serious about Iran; economic scarcity melds the mind; meanwhile, the hypocrisy of the “red line” in Syria is highlighted by the fact that the Pentagon acknowledged using white phosphorus in Iraq a few years ago. These discoveries and more below.
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New York Times Deletes Paragraph In Which White House Says AIPAC Is Key To War
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Scarcity Changes How We Think
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U.S. Used White Phosphorus in Iraq
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