Monthly Archives: January 2013

Michael Moore’s Repellent Defense of “Zero Dark Thirty” by DAVE CLENNON


Wishful Thinking About Gorgeous, Murdering CIA Thugs CounterPunch, 28 January 2013 http://www.counterpunch.org/2013/01/28/michael-moores-repellent-defense-of-zero-dark-thirty/ Wow! Michael Moore sure can make up a lot of dialogue for scenes he thinks happened off screen, in “Zero Dark Thirty.” He freely invents quotes for President Obama, writing … Continue reading

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Zero Dark Thirty: The Woman’s Guide to Success Thru Torture, by Susie Day


28 January 2013 (http://mrzine.monthlyreview.org/2013/day280113.html)   I. The Globe See the Globe.  More than half the 7 billion people on the Globe are women.  Women are different from men.  Why are women different from men?  Because, according to international humanitarian agencies, … Continue reading

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