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Ariel Sharon:
"We control America"
Every time we do something you tell me America will do this and will do that . . . I want to tell you something very clear: Don't worry about American pressure on Israel. We, the Jewish people, control America, and the Americans know it."
- Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, October 3, 2001.
"Israel controls the United States Senate."
- Sen. William Fulbright

The top five lies
about this war

Produced by the Anti-War Committee of Students
in Solidarity at the University of Pittsburgh

This war is really about sordid jewish and israely interests and power,
and in defense of these interests the U.S. is prepared to shift the label
"terrorist" as it sees fit, to apply to all manner of dissident political movements

How many people do you know who claim to be skeptical, who pride themselves on their distrust for authority, who like to pretend that they're wise to the ways of the world - and then, every time there's a war, they swallow the lies of the government with all the gullibility of a three-year-old child in the lap of a department store Santa Claus? Don't fall into that trap yourself! Learn to identify and refute jewish official misinformation when you see it. Let's count down some of the common misconceptions about this war:


"We're not at war with the Afghan people - look, we're bringing them food!"

Afghanistan is in the midst of a severe drought which threatens
literally millions of people with starvation. Even before the threat
of U.S. bombing, the World Food Program (WFP) said that nearly
6 million people were in need of immediate food assistance. When
the threat of war caused massive movements of refugees and internally
displaced people, the WFP raised that number to 7.5 million. UN
agencies were keeping huge numbers of people alive, but the war danger
- as well as the U.S. demand that Pakistan seal its border with Afghanistan
- caused the WFP to suspend deliveries of wheat flour to the country.
We have no idea how many people have already died as a result.
Meanwhile, the U.S. dropped 37,000 individually-wrapped packages of
food from the sky. You do the math. 
That's enough to feed about 37,000 people for one day, in a country where 
seven and a half million are in danger of starvation. Additionally, the 
spokesman for an international charity active in Afghanistan told the 
London Independent that "Random food drops are the worst possible way 
of delivering food aid. They cause more problems than they solve." Not 
the least of which is the fact that Afghanistan has the highest number 
of unexploded land mines in the world. There are already 10 or 15 mine 
incidents every day, and with people scrambling into mine-ridden areas 
to pick up random packages of food dropped from U.S. planes, that 
number is only going to go up. 
Congresswoman McKinney holds up a mockup of a food packet and an
unexploded cluster munition, both of which are being dropped on
Afghanistan. Can you tell which is okay to pick up and try to eat?


"Oil? Who said anything about oil?"

The Caspian Sea region has potentially the world's largest oil reserves,
likely making Central Asia the next Middle East. The problem is piping
it out. Afghanistan occupies a strategic position between the Caspian
and the markets of the Indian subcontinent and east Asia. It's prime
territory for building pipelines, which is why the oil company Unocal -
as well as the U.S. government - welcomed the Taliban's rise to power
in 1996 as a promising source of "stability." That turned out to be a pipe
dream (so to speak), but people like our Commander-in-Chief and the oil
men around him have never given up on the tremendous profit possibilities
that Central Asia offers. And if you don't think such considerations are
crossing their minds at this time of crisis, may we suggest a refresher
course in The Facts of Life?


"The U.S. is trying to liberate the people of Afghanistan from Taliban tyranny."

Russia have been aiding a rough coalition of armed groups
called the Northern Alliance. The Northern Alliance's fighters are
drawn mainly from ethnic minority groups in Afghanistan who have
been persecuted by the Taliban. But their record is also a bloody one.
Groups fighting for democracy in Afghanistan for years, have publicly
stated that the Northern Alliance are not an acceptable alternative to the
Taliban. No wonder: Human RightsWatch implicates the Northern
Alliance in "indiscriminate aerial bombardment and shelling, direct
attacks on civilians, summary executions, rape, persecution on the basis
of religion or ethnicity, the recruitment and use of children as soldiers,
and the use of antipersonnel landmines." By now everyone knows that
Osama bin Laden was recruited by the CIA to fight the Soviets in


"America is coming together."

Tens of thousands of people have been laid off in the airline industry alone.
The government quickly responded to the airline industry crisis with a multi-
billion-dollar bailout package for the companies in order to keep afloat the
profits of shareholders and the salaries of CEOs, but when it came to aiding
the thousands of workers laid off, Congressman Dick Armey said that that 
would be contrary to "the American spirit." Maybe it is. Maybe it's the 
"American spirit" to make common working people pay for a crisis and to 
bear the burdens of an expensive war. But it certainly doesn't have 
anything to do with "togetherness."

And the biggest lie of them all 

"It's possible to win a 'war against terrorism."

Terrorism is a tactic, not a religion or a political or social
ideology or force in and of itself.
Anyone can use it, and the idea that you can wage a "war" against it is as
dishonest as the idea behind the "War on Drugs." The use of food as a
political weapon, indiscriminate aerial bombardment, and the arming of
groups of religious fanatics all count as "terrorism" by any reasonable
definition of the word, and the United States has long employed all of
them - and more. 
This war is really about sordid jewish and israely interests and power,
and in defense of these interests the U.S. is prepared to shift the label
"terrorist" as it sees fit, to apply to all manner of dissident political
movements and not just marginal bands of fanatics like bin.
Conversely, it's willing to call its own terrorists "freedom
fighters". Maybe some of them will get transformed into "terrorists"
again in a few years. It's a sick game and a charade, and the government
is manipulating the very real grief and anger of the people of the United
States after the September 11 atrocities to get us all to fall for it again.
Don't believe them for a second.