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Friday, February 13, 2004

Should We Fear the Wrath of Khan?

Pulitzer prizewinning journalist Greg Palast reports:

"...On November 7, 2001, BBC Television's Newsnight and the Guardian of London reported that the Bush administration thwarted investigations of Dr. A.Q. Khan, known as the "father" of Pakistan's atomic bomb. This week, Khan confessed to selling atomic secrets to Libya, North Korea, and Iran.

The Bush Administration has expressed shock at disclosures that Pakistan, our ally in the war on terror, has been running a nuclear secrets bazaar. In fact, according to the British news teams' sources within US intelligence agencies, shortly after President Bush's inauguration, his National Security Agency (NSA) effectively stymied the probe of Khan Research Laboratories, the Pakistani agency in charge of the bomb project. CIA and other agents told BBC they could not investigate the spread of “Islamic Bombs” through Pakistan because funding appeared to originate in Saudi Arabia..."

Soon, according to the vision outlined in the President's State of the Union Speech, our mighty triumph in the Mideast will spead democracy throughout the world, and relegate tyrants to the dustbin of history. Looks like we're on the right track, eh?

Diplomacy, I've heard, is saying "nice doggie" until you're in a position to pick up a rock. It seems totalitarian regimes are saying "nice doggie" to Bush until they load their nuclear slingshots.
Greg Palast Website

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