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Terrorist allies or business as usual?

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Submitted by R.D. Crockett (United States), May 23, 2003 at 11:12

Terrorist allies or business as usual?
American politicians, media, military leaders, and so-called 'public intellectual' apologists from the left and right provide safe harbor for the kleptocrat Wahhabi gangsters. As Mrs. M. Thatcher so aptly put it in the New York Times February 11, 2002 column, Advice to a Superpower, "We have harbored those who hated us, tolerated those who threatened us and indulged those who weakened us." Thus the appalling AP photo in today's WashTimes <> of our smiling SecState shaking hands with French Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin is a 'diplomatic' obscenity. Presented is the true face of diplomacy. Remember the 'news' reports of Mr. Powell's alleged embarrassment at accepting Villepin's lies, and how humiliated he felt? The denial of reality continues apace.
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