by Ted Rudow III,MA ( Tedr77 [at] aol.com )
Saturday May 23rd, 2009
In an argument of over 600 pages and 1,000 footnotes, Crossing the Rubicon makes the case for official complicity within the U.S. government and names Dick Cheney as the prime suspect in the crimes of 9/11.
That's the reason Cheney has been on the media so often! He is scared.
Bin Laden didn't carry out the attacks on the U.S., nor did the Afghanis, but they're bearing the brunt of American wrath and warfare, and the Arabs and Muslims of the world think it's unjust--and they're right! The US is simply picking on a stubborn little trouble-making individual and country which most of the rest of the world doesn't like either, so they figure they can get away with it without any big problems.
Well, bin Laden has put his finger on a domino, and it's rocking back and forth. If that domino falls, then you may well see some Arab and Muslim nations fall as well, further polarizing the world. It depends on how far the Americans and their British sidekicks go as to whether that domino falls and how many other dominoes it knocks down!
Ted Rudow III,MA