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ARCHIVES JUNE / JUIN 2004
***What the Mainstream Media will not tell you: Letter From Fallujah , Donna Mulhearn, 30  June
The Handover to the "Sovereign" Iraqi Government, Felicity Arbuthnot, 30  June
The Part of the 9/11 Story Michael Moore missed, 30  June
Drugs, the CIA and Faustian Alliances, John Stanton, 29  June
Fahrenheit 911: A Review,  Scott Loughrey, 29  June
Haiti: Constitutionally Elected Prime Minister arrested by US Puppet Regime , Marguerite Laurent, 29  June
***Cover-up and Propaganda: The 9/11 Commission Finishes Its Dirty Work, Larry Chin, 28  June
Capitalism versus socialism: The great debate revisited,  James Petras, 28  June
La guerre invisible des Etats-Unis en Colombie, Jacobo Quintanilla, 28  juin
Palestine: Standing against the claws of the walls,  Tanya Reinhart,  25  June
Clinton, Kerry and Kosovo The Lie of a "Good War" ,  Diane Johnstone,  25  June
***Abandon the Battlefield!  Michel Chossudovsky, 25  June
An Advisory to US Troops: A Duty to Disobey All Unlawful Orders, Lawrence Mosqueda, first published March 2003,,  25  June
'The Liberation of Baghdad is not far away', Alix de la Grange,  25  June
Al-Qaeda: blowing up the numbers, Brendan O'Neill, 24  June 
The Criminalisation of Justice: The Milosevic Trial , Velko Valkanov,  24  June 
US killed hundreds of Iraqi civilians in “precision” strikes, James Conachy, 24  June 
***Saddam Suddenly Looks Innocent,  Jude Wanniski, 23  June 
Newly unearthed, once-classified documents remind us that Abu Ghraib is hardly the first time that torture became policy, Stephen Kinzer, 23  June 
***Madrid 3/11 train bombing suspects linked to Spanish Security Services,  Edward Owen, 22  June 
Controversial Commando Wins Iraq Contract, Pratap Chatterjee, 21  June 
National Lawyers Guild Calls for Prosecution of President Bush for Role in Torture , 20  June 
Iraqi Resistance Report, 20  June 
British troops accused of killing Iraqi prisoners , 20  June 
***Pentagon Simulated a Scenario of an actual Terrorist Attack 10 months before 9/11, Michel Chossudovsky, 19  June 
La seule victoire en Afghanistan est celle de l'opium , Michel Chossudovsky, 18 juin
Afghan children fall prey to killers who trade human organs, Mike Collett-White, 18 June 
*** 9/11: Nat. Military Command Center Operations Director asked newly-qualified substitute on Sept. 10 to stand his watch at 8:30 am on Sept.11 , Tom Flocco, 18 June 
The 9/11 Cover-up Commission,  Joyce Lynn, 16 June 
Who is James Sharp and why is George W. Bush talking to him? Kéllia Ramares, 16 June 
1  - 14  June /juin 2004
***The role of  "Private Military contractors": Torture Incorporated, Oliver North Joins the Party, John Stanton and Wayne Madsen, 13 June 
Bush's secret army - The USA hires contract soldiers to fight in Iraq, 13 June 
9/11 and the WTC Demolition, 13 June 
Who are the War Criminals? Who has Violated International Law? The Trial of Mary Kelly , 13 June 
***Désagréger la Russie et l'Iran: un objectif pour les Etats-Unis ?  Jean-Marie Chauvier, 13 June 
"Reagan Was the Butcher of My People:" Fr. Miguel D'Escoto Speaks From Nicaragua , 13 June 
"Reagan fut le boucher de mon peuple" Interview : Miguel D'Escoto, ancien ministre du Nicaragua, 12 June 
***9/11: Prosecute the US Administration for Crimes against Humanity,  Elias Davidsson, 12 June
***The Pentagon's new "Terrorist Mastermind": Who is Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi? Michel Chossudovsky,  11 June
Colonial History:  Haiti demands Restitution of the 1825 Ransom exacted by France as Compensation for the Repeal of Slavery, 10 June
Coup d'Etat: The Real Reason Tenet and Pavitt Resigned from the CIA, Michael C. Ruppert,  9  June
Torture: Original Classified Working Group Report on Pentagon Interrogation Techniques , 9  June
***Palestine: A Land of Walls, Fences and Checkpoints ,  Tanya Reinhart, 9  June
Bush the Would-Be Torturer, Marjorie Cohn,  9  June
US and International Laws on Torture9  June
Bush administration lawyers contend that president wasn't bound by laws prohibiting torture9  June
A Parable for Understanding 9/11 , Mark Robinowitz,  8 June
Coca-Cola, the CIA, the Courts Coke and Cocaine, Sherman H. Skolnick, 8 June
Canada's Central Bank Scam: Prime Minister Paul Martin's Badly Kept Secret, William Krehm, 8 June
Book Review, War and Globalisation: The Truth Behind September 11 by Michel Chossudovsky, Reviewed by Kéllia Ramares
World War II is generally known as "the good war.": Profits über Alles! American Corporations and Hitler,                                                          R. Pauwels,  7 June
Ronald Reagan's supposed role in ending the cold war, Bill Blum,  7 June
Deuxième Guerre mondiale: 6 juin 1944: commémoration ou mystification?  Nico Hirtt, 7 June
9/11 COVERUP: John Ashcroft vs. Sibel Edwards: Attempting to Silence a 9/11 Whistleblower , 7 June
Behind the resignation of CIA Director George Tenet: The Bush administration begins to break up, Patrick Martin,  7 June
6 juin 44 : ce qu'on ne vous dira pas demain. Pourquoi Ford, GM et Esso ont-elles armé Hitler? Michel Collon, 6 June
Russia sends 80 tons of poisoned corn back to the US , 6  June
***Argentina: From popular rebellion to “normal capitalism",  James Petras,  5  June
***Coup d'Etat in Washington and "The Dollar Paper Tiger", Fiery Dragon in Asia and the Pacific, Andre Gunder Frank,  3 June
OPEC Has Already Turned to the Euro, 3 June
Irak. L’énigme de l’affaire du jeune Nick Berg, Hassane Zerrouki,  2 June
It's Time for Regime Change at the New York Times , 2 June
Torture at Abu Ghraib Followed CIA's Manual, Alfred W. McCoy, 2 June
Challenging the pre-emptive war doctrine ,  Jude Wanniski,  2 June
Former FBI Translator Sibel Edmonds Calls Current 9/11 Investigation Inadequate,                              Jim Hogue, 1  June
Haiti and the insanity of ‘official’ denial, Anthony Fenton, 1  June
***Aerosol and Electromagnetic Weapons in the Age of Nuclear War , Amy Worthington, 1  June
Outsourcing the war to private mercenary companies: Warriors for Hire in Iraq, Peter W. Singer, 1  June
   
 

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