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On Crossfire today Hitchens made a very sane aside about Turkey in which he
said that they shouldn't be involved with the invasion, on account of their desire for
"ethnocide of the Kurds". It's the first time I'd seen him address that issue since
this began, and bully for him and all, but where was he criticizing the Bush administration
for trying to enlist the Turks in the first place?
And of course all those at the table downplayed the oil issue as non-existent (except for France,
of course, those bastards) - not because it's true, but because it's
"impolitic". No holding ourselves
to the same candle as we hold others, as always.
Further reading for today: Khalid Shaikh Mohammed's
rise to the top of the charts;
Special Agent Rowley's third letter to the
FBI Director Mueller - with
followup by the NYT; Max on anti-capitalism for
anti-Commies and an example of how private property can become
Charley Reese, a man who thinks the
radical left has taken over the Democratic party, on
lies about WMD.
"I don't believe in the United Nations. It's a
warmaking power, it's a totalitarian government. It's staffed, all the way to the lowest person in it, by the
communist internationale, and why our government supports it is a big question."
:: posted by buermann @ 2003-03-06 00:00:00 CST |