The Journal of History     Winter 2005    TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Dumping the United Nations

The rabbis have gotten their use out of the United Nations and are proceeding to dump it in favor of the reestablishment of their world court in Jerusalem, commensurate with recent Israeli legislation intended to authorize the apprehension and prosecution in the Israeli state of anyone in any country who "dares to deny the 'Holocaust."
Provided by Michael Hoffman II


The Volcker panel claims they have evidence that dozens of people, including top U.N. officials, took kickbacks from the $67 billion Iraqi oil-for-food program.
Provided by FOX News Network, LLC on May 6, 2004 in article entitled "U.N. Warns Oil-for-Food Companies on Documents."


Is it conceivable that Al Qaeda, as defined by President Bush as the center of a vast and well-organized international terrorist conspiracy, does not exist?
Provided by the Los Angeles Times in the January 11, 2005 edition article entitled Is Al Qaeda Just a Bush Boogeyman? by Robert Scheer


Jakarta's [Indonesia] uniformed rapists, torturers, and murderers are financed and provided logistical support by Exxon. For the $1.5 billion that it loots from Aceh's national wealth every year, Exxon is more than happy to pay off the army as well as its political cronies in Jakarta.

Soldiers guarding ExxonMobil's operation have tortured and killed civilians, say human rights investigators. GAM attacks are also higher in the area: If you stick a pin in a map of Aceh where every alleged human rights abuse has occurred, Lhokseumawe bristles like a porcupine. . . .Companies like ExxonMobil - which have to cooperate with the government to stay in business - end up in the hot seat. For instance, ExxonMobil's contract with Indonesia requires it to pay for the military and police presence. "Without Mobil, we wouldn't have so many soldiers," says Yusuf Ismail Pase, a Lhokseumawe-based lawyer and human rights activist.
"These military posts - they're like machines to make people disappear."
Provided by Dan Murphy, "Indonesia's Wars Over Riches" Christian Science Monitor, March 9, 2001


A former United States marine told a refugee hearing for an American war dodger Tuesday that trigger-happy U.S. soldiers in Iraq routinely killed unarmed women and children, and murdered other Iraqis in violation of international law.
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