Eric Zuesse
Investigative historian Eric Zuesse is the author, several books such as: They're Not Even Close: The Democratic vs. Republican Economic Records, 1910-2010; CHRIST'S VENTRILOQUISTS: The Event that Created Christianity; Iraq War: Truth; etc.

A Turkish newspaper, whose editor has been imprisoned for publishing prohibited truth (that the Turkish government supplies ISIS) has somehow not stopped; his newspaper continues reporting on a court case in which Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdoğan is accused of breaking Turkish law by aiding terrorists. On 1 March 2016, the newspaper, Cumhuriyet, headlined, «Former Justice Minister of Turkey: Erdoğan Will Stand Trial», and reported that, «Former Justice Minister Hikmet Sami Turk, said that Erdoğan’s actions ‘do not comply with the decision of the Constitutional Court.’ He criticized [Erdoğan] by saying … ‘One day this matter must be settled by the judiciary’». Russian television had first reported on the case, in English, back on 26 November 2015, headlining, «Turkish newspaper editor in court for ‘espionage’ after revealing weapon convoy to Syrian militants».

It’s not only the right-wing think tanks (such as the Hudson Institute and the Rand Corporation) that urge America to invade countries that pose no threat against the US, but also liberal think tanks (such as the Open Society Foundation and the Brookings Institution) that urge firebombing of cities and even ethnic cleansing in order to defeat foreign leaders whom the American aristocracy want to overthrow. Though there is space here to mention just a few examples of these «liberal» psychopaths, these will be representative ones. In 2002, Kenneth Pollack of the Brookings Institution came forth with his book, The Threatening Storm: The Case for Invading Iraq. As the Council on Foreign Relations promoted it: «This highly influential book, written as the Bush administration turned its sights on Saddam Hussein’s regime, takes the reader back to the pre-war days of uncertainty about Saddam’s weapons and his ties to major terrorist organizations, outlining a powerful case for a US invasion of Iraq. Senior Fellow Kenneth Pollack argues that to prevent Saddam from acquiring nuclear weapons, the United States has little choice [but] to topple the regime, eradicate its weapons of mass destruction, and rebuild the country as a prosperous and stable society».

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