Monday, September 11, 2006

Twenty things we know since Sept 11

It has been five years since the tragic events of September 11 2001. What have we learnt since then?

The Scope has a list of twenty things we now know that we didn't back then. I don't necessarily agree with all of them, but it is still worth reading:

  1. The Facts of 9/11.

  2. PNAC & the Neo-Cons.

  3. Oil & the Politics of PNAC.

  4. Sexing Up the Intel.

  5. The Downing Street Revelations.

  6. The Big Lie Technique & WMD.

  7. Iran Is Beneficiary of U.S. Policy.

  8. Iraq As a Disaster Zone.

  9. The Stretched-Thin Military Needs Bodies.

  10. Hiding the Facts from the Public.

  11. Perilously Close to Dictatorship.

  12. Torture As Official U.S. Policy.

  13. The Bill of Rights Goes "Quaint".

  14. Outing CIA Agents for Political Reasons.

  15. Do You Know If Your Vote Is Counted?

  16. There Is No Real Economic Plan.

  17. Drowning Government In a Bathtub.

  18. Who Cares What You Drink or Breathe?

  19. It's Greed for Money, Control, Power.

  20. It's Faith Over Science, Myth Over Reality.

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