Re: Hersh’s Story on Killing Bin Laden: The Painfully Obvious

To pick up on Robert Kaercher post, a friend just recently sent me this piece by Trevor Trimm.  I cannot figure out why a website like the DrudgeReport (which will link to anyone with a hot enough story – even will not mention this story.

Is this the case of the mainstream media being lazy?  Are they circling the wagons?  Are they being leaned on by the State Department?  Perhaps they are legitimately concerned about how this might damage the US and its foreign policy (as if it needed anything more to help out in this area).

Are the Saudi’s paying off the press?

Are the Pakistani’s being threatened to keep mum?

Where is the fourth estate?  This story should have enough legs to at least raise some serious questions.  I understand that when an official government story line is usually questioned it automatically gets ‘conspiracy’ treatment, but this is different.

When the site and the Young Turks are on the same side of the fence, then this is a big story.

Maybe this is just an organic start of something big that is about to explode.


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It is difficult to conceive any more proper and appropriate symbol of militarism than that which the Anti- Preparedness' Committee has hit upon. What could be more like the heavy, stumbling, clumsy brutal foolery which is destroying Europe than those old monsters of the past, the armored dinosaurs? These beasts, all armor-plate and no brains, had no more intelligent way of living than that of 'adequate preparedness.' All their difficulties were to be met by piling on more and more armor, until at last they sank by their own clumsy weight into the marsh lands ... Here was an animal unable to do even a little intelligent thinking. Its brain cavity in proportion to the size of its body was more diminutive than that of any other vertebrate. Like the militarist, therefore, it was unable to conceive of any intelligent foreign policy. Moreover, its vision was limited. Its eyes were small and could look only in a sidewise direction. It could not look ahead. - Walter G. Fuller
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