Tag Archives: Anwar al-Awlaki


Update below. When confused Israeli blogger Yochanan Gordon yesterday maundered about a “permissible genocide” in Gaza and The Times of Israel posted this lunacy (but fortunately retracted it afterwards), it came to my mind that abused children likely abuse when … Continue reading

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Obama Admin’s Notorious Inclination to Manipulate the Public Exposed Again

As the New York Times reports, a federal appeals panel in Manhattan under Judge Jon O. Newman has yesterday reversed a Federal District Court decision of January 2013, waiving the U.S.  government’s right to keep secret classified portions of a memo which had … Continue reading

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Good At Killing People

The 2009 Peace Nobel Prize laureate, Barack Obama, is said to have told aides, after U.S. citizen Anwar al-Awlaki had been killed in Yemen in an American drone attack, “Turns out I’m really good at killing people,” and “Didn’t know … Continue reading

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Why Umm Al Melh?

Wired‘s Danger Room’s Noah Shachtman drew last week world-wide attention to an airbase under construction in the Arabian desert Rub’ Al Khali near the border to Yemen. He speculated that this might have been the  American drone base from which … Continue reading

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Amending a Second Time an Amendment to the Constitution

The probably intentionally leaked, to NBC, informal so-called White_Paper by the Department of Justice (DoJ) titled “Lawfulness [sic!] of a Lethal Operation Directed Against a U.S. Citizen Who is a Senior Operational Leader of Al-Qa’ida or An Associated Force” justifying … Continue reading

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