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Thursday, April 08, 2004

White House To Establish Department of Precrime Prevention

Last October, Dan Fahey wroted an excellent piece in which he compares Steven Spielberg's "Minority Report" to Bush's foreign policy. Rice's testimony last night underscored the validity of the comparison.

The only "evidence" we needed in order to start a war with casualties in the thousands and no exit strategy was the prophecy of a handful of neoconservative chickenhawks.

Do you remember hearing WWII Vets bragging at the VFW how "Americans don't start wars, we finish 'em"? We don't live in that country anymore. Now we start wars, and more than a few veterans aren't happy about it.

Fahey writes:

"...The Bush administration recently announced a new military strategy remarkably similar to the theme of "Minority Report." The Bush Doctrine, outlined in the new "National Security Strategy for the United States," states that the administration "will not hesitate to act alone, if necessary, to exercise our right of self-defense by acting pre-emptively" against national security threats. The driving force behind a decision to attack will be a prophesy of impending doom from a small group of visionary seers, ostensibly led by Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz and Dick Cheney. There's just one problem: Sometimes these visionary seers might be wrong..Apparently, the visionary seers in the administration think they should be able to direct the awesome fury of the American military against states and organizations that might threaten American citizens or, perhaps more importantly, American "interests." These seers claim to know a terrorist or a ruthless dictator when they see one, perhaps because they collectively have so much experience providing funding, weapons, and even anthrax and other biological agents to their type. ".

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