Tag Archives: George W. Bush

Troubled German-American Relationships And the Upcoming War With Iraq

Yesterday, Süddeutsche Zeitung reported that former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder had been wiretapped by NSA in late 2002 when former President George W. Bush had been angered by Schröder who had publicly made sure that Germany’s transatlantic loyalty has its … Continue reading

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Absurd Verdict

A federal U.S. district court yesterday ordered, besides al-Qaeda, absurdly also Afghanistan Taliban guerrillas,  Lebanon’s Hezbollah and Iran to pay $6 billion compensation to the 11 September 2001 victims. As plaintiffs in The Havlish v. Iran 2004 lawsuit report the … Continue reading

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In Violation of the NPT

Today, state-controlled Iranian TV channel presstv surprisingly refers to a New York Times article by William J. Broad, John Markoff and David E. Sanger on a close collaboration of US American and Israeli experts at Israel’s nuclear site Dimona when developing … Continue reading

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Rather Reading Reviews (on Decision Points)

Well, I’m glad that I resisted (yet). True, reading Decision Points by George W. Bush might have been a revelation on how the former number one world politician did and still does lie. Former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder had already rebutted … Continue reading

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Bush Wrote a Book

My favorite joke about G. W. Bush has long been that one: “WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A tragic fire on Monday destroyed the personal library of President George W. Bush. Both of his books have been lost. “Presidential spokesman Ari Fleischer … Continue reading

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