hersh says the war with iran is already underway

The new issue of “The New Yorker” has a piece by Seymour Hersh on the special military operations already taking place in Iran, Cheney’s role, and where it looks as though we’re headed. As he hasn’t been wrong about much of anything since the start of the “War on Terror,” I think it probably warrants a bit of attention… So, turn off the Oscars after Gore wins, and give it a read. Hersh seems to be of the opinion that war, at this point, is near inevitable… Those of you unable to read, can seen him interviewed here.

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  1. oliva
    Posted February 26, 2007 at 3:08 pm | Permalink

    Please Join In: Anti-War Actions around the World, 17-19 March 2007

    There will be another big anti-war march on the fourth anniversary of the beginning of the war in Iraq, with a call for as much public participation as possible, in DC and everywhere. It’s as much a protest against the war moves against Iran as the ongoing war in Iraq. You can go to unitedforpeace.org to get more information (and justpeaceinfo.org for local events). Please mark your calendars, and bring your families, friends, and neighbors–and your colorful signs . . .

    Remember the protests around the world on 15 Feb 2003? Astoundingly beautiful show of support for our world. That we weren’t able to stop the war doesn’t mean the protests were meaningless.

    (A friend was helping to come up with sign ideas, and I said I was thinking of something in French, which prompted her reply re. French fries to freedom fries: “Maybe they should call them Told-You-So fries.”)

    Thank you everybody.

  2. t.d. glass
    Posted February 27, 2007 at 9:15 am | Permalink

    I prefer “hubris fries”.

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