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The 'New York Times' on Iraq Airstrikes: Zero Dissent Allowed
by FAIR, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting [posted 2-28-2001]
Why did the U.S.A. Drop the A-Bomb on Japan?
by Michael W. Stowell [2-27-2001
The article "Cowardice, Racism and Lies: The Sinking of the Ehime Maru" by Jared Israel has proven controversial to a degree surprising to its author. We have been deluged with email contesting the charge that racism was involved in the sinking of the Ehime Maru. One reader argued that the issue of race is falsely raised by the Japanese. An example of this, said he, is the controversy surrounding the dropping of the Atom Bomb on Japan at the end of World War II. He argued that dropping the Bomb was militarily necessary and therefore that this did not reflect a contempt for the lives of Japanese. Mr. Stowell's article deals with the question: Did those who made the decision to drop the A-Bomb on Japan think it was militarily necessary in order to defeat the Japanese military?
What if they sank an American ship?
by George Szamuely [2-23-2001]
Belgrade helped in planning of Baghdad bombing
By Kim Sengupta - London 'Independent' [2-21-2001]
"Kostunica government provided vital information on Iraq's upgraded air defences before last week's US-British raid."
Revelations from 'London Times' on Trawler's ''Accidental Sinking'' [2-21-2001] The National Transportation Safety Board says the submarine Greeneville detected the Japanese trawler, Ehime Maru, 71 minutes before hitting it. Food for thought...
AMNESTY.... OR AMNESIA?
By Aleksandar Djaya
From Belgrade, Special to Emperor's Clothes [2-21-2001]
Translated by N. Malic
As Billions Flow to Oil and Defense Companies -
Bombing Of Baghdad Staves Off Financial Uncertainty
by Michel Chossudovsky [2-19-2001]
Credible Deception (written 8-28-98, revised 9-16-99, reposted 2-18-2001)
by Jared Israel
Credible Deception was the first article written for what has become Emperor's Clothes. It analyzes the methods used to deceive the American people about the bombing of a pill factory in Sudan in 1998. By carefully examining techniques used to deceive, it helps readers see through government/media lies aimed at covering up an ever-increasing list of Imperial crimes, from NATO's responsibility for terror in southern Serbia (they train the terrorists, then they express shock when the same terrorists blow up Serb buses) to Baghdad (just bombed by U.S. and British warplanes in "self defense"!) to the attempt to cover up criminal negligence in the sinking of the Ehime Maru. Credible Deception
Cowardice, Racism and Lies: The Sinking of the Ehime Maru
by Jared Israel [2-16-2001] Revised and updated on 2-17 based on additional research by Rick Rozoff. The U.S. Establishment spends vast sums selling the world on the virtues of its hegemony, and then, in a single tragedy and especially in its aftermath, the terrible truth is revealed.
Serb TV Chief Jailed for NATO bombing; Miloshevich Stripped of Security [2-15-2001]
By Milos Zorich - Special to Emperor's Clothes
Translated by N. Malich
Diplomats Admit NATO Backs KLA Invasion of Inner Serbia [2-14-01] [In a July 27, 2000 article, we mocked NATO's claims that it was trying to stop KLA attacks on inner Serbia. In 'Pentagon Dogs' our writer charged that NATO is administering this KLA assault. Now according to the BBC, NATO diplomats admit NATO is supporting the terrorist invasion but claim that this is the result of "decisions taken before the change of government [i.e., the Oct. 5th coup] in Yugoslavia." So let's see: NATO thought it was trying to stop the terrorists though in fact it was supporting them and after that, it forgot to stop. Right. Diplomats Admit.
As Serbian workers threaten a nationwide General Strike -
The Issue is, Who Gets the Shares? [2-12-2001]
By Milos Zorich, Special to Emperor's Clothes
Belgrade [2-12-2001] Translated by Tika Jankovich and Jared Israel
Belgrade Demands: 'Arrest Solana!'
By Milosh Zorich, Special to Emperor's Clothes [February 8, 2001]
Translated by N. Malich
The Incorporation of Spain and Javier Solana Into NATO [2-8-2001]An Historical Analysis by Francisco Javier Bernal
Don't entertain him - arrest him! [2-7-200]
Javier Solana's Visit to Belgrade an Outrage! Prof. Michel Chossudovsky, Jared Israel (editor, Emperor's Clothes) and Nico Varkevisser (President, Global Reflexion) - Current news: Thousands have protested Solana's visit in Belgrade!
Report on the Serbian Parliamentary Elections [posted 2-4-2001]
The British Helsinki Human Rights Group's devastating report on the December elections in Serbia.
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