Hugh Shelton: Clinton Official Suggested Letting U.S. Plane Be Shot
Down To Provoke War With Iraq
In the publicity sheet that St. Martin’s Press has been sending
out to spur interest in General Hugh Shelton’s new memoir, Without
Hesitation: The Odyssey of an American Warrior, the last highlight is
a doozy: “A high-ranking cabinet member suggests intentionally
flying an American airplane on a low pass over Baghdad so as to guarantee
it will be shot down, thus creating a natural excuse to reltaliate and
go to war.”
not the enemy RT sat down for an exclusive interview with
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez; most people in the United States
view him as an enemy. Meanwhile, outside the US he is seen as a
tremendous politician and a leader for the future. RT Contributor
Wayne Madsen points out that the US media slams Chavez and that
is why US citizens are receiving this anti Chavez propaganda.
Justice for All: Hand of law heavy in ‘Warfare State’?
Only the richest Americans have access to adequate legal protection.
That’s according to a recent report by an independent law
group, which has slammed the U.S. for not providing justice for
all. And as RT’s Priya Sridhar finds out, it’s only
the tip of an un-constitutional iceberg.
For War In Afghanistan At All Time Low
American support for the war in Afghanistan has never been lower,
according to the latest CNN polling. The low numbers just the latest
figure in the complex math being calculated to determine how the
US should proceed in the ten year war.
When Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke gives a speech about
the U.S. economy, it gets a whole lot more attention than when Barack
Obama gives a speech about the U.S. economy. Why is this true?