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            Terrorism watch

            "Evenhanded use of the "terrorist" label would mean sometimes affixing it directly on the U.S. government. During the past decade, from Iraq to Sudan to Yugoslavia, and Afghanistan, Pentagon missiles have destroyed the lives of civilians just as innocent as those who perished on September 11, 2001. If journalists dare not call that "terrorism," then maybe the word should be retired from the media lexicon."

            Carl Boggs

            " ... the United States, for generations, has sustained two parallel but opposed states of mind about military atrocities and human rights: one of U.S. benevolence, generally held by the public, and the other of ends-justify-the-means brutality sponsored by counterinsurgency specialists. Normally the specialists carry out their actions in remote locations with little notice in the national press. That allows the public to sustain its faith in a just America, while hard-nosed security and economic interests are still protected in secret. "

            Robert Parry, investigative reporter and author

             

            Terrorism Statistics

            'Whether the attackers are acting on their own or on the orders of their governments, whether they are regulars or irregulars, if the attack is against civilians, then they must be considered as terrorists."

            Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad of Malaysia, Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) meeting, March 2002

            September 11th, 2001 - New York City


            Western Terror: Potosi to Baghdad - origins of culture of terror

            "Terrorism is the intentional use of, or threat to use violence against civilians or against civilian targets, in order to attain political aims."

            Boaz Ganor, writer

             

            State Terrorism

            State Terrorism and the United States - Frederick Gareau
            State Terrorism - No-Nonsense guide - Jonathan Barker
            Real Terror Network, The - Edward S. Herman
            Blowback - Chalmers Johnson

            Making the World Safe for Hypocrisy
            Friendly Dictators
            Dying of Shame - U.S. embargo of Iraq
            Terrorist State
            Their Terrorists or Ours - Edward S. Herman
            Documented Complicity - U.S. & Pinochet

            The Threat Of Global State Terrorism
            A Double Standard on Terrorism
            The Washington Axis of Evil
            On the Preeminence of State Terrorism, Past and Present (2/06)

             

            False Flag Operations - State Terror

            An Introduction to False Flag Terror
            History of American False Flag Operations
            10 false flags operations that shaped our world (3/07)
            FDR, Pearl Harbor and the U.N. (6/07)

            Books

            9-11 - Noam Chomsky
            American Conspiracies - Lies, Lies, and More Dirty Lies that the Government Tells Us - Jesse Ventura with Dick Russell
            America's "War on Terrorism" - Michel Chossudovsky
            Blowback - Chalmers Johnson
            Hidden Terrors
            Politics of Cruelty, The - Kate Millett

            Real Terror Network, The - Edward S. Herman
            September 11 and the U.S. War
            State Terrorism and the United States - Frederick Gareau

            State Terrorism - No-Nonsense guide - Jonathan Barker
            Terrorism, No-Nonsense guide to - Jonathan Barker
            Terrorism and the Constitution
            Terrorism and War - Howard Zinn
            Terrorism Trap, The - Michael Parenti
            Unspeakable Acts, Ordinary People

            "Terrorism has become a sort of screen created since the end of the Cold War by policymakers in Washington ... It is fabricated to keep the population afraid and insecure, and to justify what the United States wishes to do globally."

            Edward Said, Palestinian activist and author

            Articles

            It Never Happened
            George H.W. Bush, the CIA & a Case of State Terrorism
            They call all resistance "terrorism" - Edward Said
            Global Rogue State - the United States

            " I can teach you about torture, but sooner or later you'll have to get involved. You'll have to lay on your hands and try it yourselves ... The precise pain, in the precise place, in the precise amount, for the desired effect.''

            Head of the US Office of Public Safety (OPS) mission in Uruguay in 1981, teaching classes in the art of torture

            Time for a US Truth Commission
            U.S. Anti-Terrorist Act - Free Speech and Assembly Act?
            School of the Americas: School of Assassins, USA
            Textbook Repression: US training manuals declassified
            Torture 101 in the US School of the Americas (SOA)

            The Biggest Secret
            The War on Terror: the other victims - John Pilger

             

            " If they do it it's terrorism, if we do it, it's fighting for freedom. "

            Anthony Quainton, U.S.Ambassador to Nicaragua, 1984, asked to explain how such U.S. actions as the mining of Nicaragua's harbors and bombing of airports differed from the acts of terrorism that the U.S. condemned around the world

            Dying of Shame - U.S. embargo of Iraq
            US Sacrifice at Indonesian Alter -- East Timor
            The Long Secret Alliance: Uncle Sam and Pol Pot
            Project X, drugs and death squads
            Death Squads in El Salvador - a pattern of US complicity
            US intervention in Cambodia
            Secret Collaboration: US and South Africa Foment Terrorist Wars
            Terrorism Over Tripoli
            Dirty Peace (Argentina)

            "We declared a state of siege so we could kill legally."

            Efrain Rios Montt, "born-again Christian" military dictator of Guatemala in the 1980s, enthusiatically supported by the Reagan Administration


            Terrorist State
            Their Terrorists or Ours - Edward S. Herman
            Good and Bad Genocide - Edward S. Herman
            The Chile Coup: The U.S. Hand
            No Place To Hide - Pinochet
            Argentina's Dapper State Terrorist - Videla
            Pol Pot And Kissinger - On war criminality and impunity
            Colombia - Culture of Fear - Chomsky
            The Pinochet Principle: Who's Next?
            Kissinger and Pinochet
            Sanctions as Siege Warfare
            Documented Complicity - U.S. & Pinochet
            Disguise and deny - torture
            When Do Demonstrators Become Terrorists?
            How to Be Tough on Terrorism - Robert B. Reich
            The Threat Of Global State Terrorism

            "There is never any justification for acts of terror against innocent civilians."

            Rabbi Michael Lerner

            Are You a Terrorist ?
            Collateral Murder
            The Politicization of Terror
            A Double Standard on Terrorism
            The Washington Axis of Evil
            The Return of the Cold War "Terrorists"
            Terrorism: The Way It Works
            Terrorism's Threat to Globalization
            Bioterror - Manufacturing Wars the American Way - ed. E Ray & W Schaap
            On the Preeminence of State Terrorism, Past and Present (2/06)
            The Terror America Wrought [Hiroshima, 1945] (8/07)
            Remember Gaza: One of History's Terror Bombing Victims (1/09)


            Foreign Policy and Pentagon

            CIA

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