In these days of the tenth anniversary of the illegal invasion and near destruction of Iraq, answers are owed not alone for the dead, but to the cancer stricken, the deformed, to their parents, their siblings and all Iraqis.
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Civilians in an occupied country have no obligation of loyalty towards the Occupying Power regardless of the motives of the invading forces.
The corporate media play an insidious role in rewriting the history of U.S. wars. They are intertwined with U.S. military, oil and banking corporations. In every war, they act as the public relations arm of corporate dominance.
The crippling devastation of Iraq overwhelms all else. It is difficult, given the facts on the ground, to recapture the imperial vision that was to make Iraq an exemplar of US sponsored democracy and a model for the American remaking of the Middle East.