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Old 20-02-2005, 09:20 PM
Tom Betz
 
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Quoth "Dori A Schmetterling" in news:4218c635$0
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Actually there were a couple of programmes on UK TV the other
week that put forward this contention that 'Al Quaeda' is not
all-encompassing organisation and that the way it has been built
up and used by governments to pass laws limiting civil liberties
is quite Orwellian.


"The Power of Nightmares" -- a BBC2 three-parter documenting the
parallel rise of two similarly-driven terrorist movements: the
Straussian NeoCons and the Wahabi Jihadists.

Part 1 "Baby, It's Cold Outside"
http://indypeer.org/show_file_page.php?file_id=363
Part 2 "The Phantom Victory"
http://indypeer.org/show_file_page.php?file_id=362
Part 3 "The Shadows in the Cave"
http://indypeer.org/show_file_page.php?file_id=361

It's a very insightful series, and the thesis as presented does
explain a lot about how these two terrorist movements have been
packaged for US and UK consumption.

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