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Paul Krugman Blames GOP White Men for Zionist War in Iraq (ie No Mention of the NeoCon Zionists!)

Friday, May 22, 2015 16:30
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Editor’s Note: The New York Times recently published an editorial by Paul Krugman called “Errors and Lies.” Krugman is trying to pin the Iraq war on GOP White men, without mentioning a peed about Israel’s interest in Middle Eastern affairs or how AIPAC controls American foreign policy or how their friends in the media pushed these lies on the American public (and the world) as a pretext to invade Iraq, who had no connection to 9/11.

The article begins: The public justifications for the invasion (of Iraq) were nothing but pretexts, and falsified pretexts at that. We were, in a fundamental sense, lied into war.

Below is the slightly edited rebuttal by the Anti-New York Times, by Mike King.

The “Nobel Prize winning” economist and New York Times columnist, Paul Krugman, may not know a thing about economics – or perhaps pretends to not know – but when it comes to rhetorical trickery, kosher Krugman is an expert without peer. In this editorial, Krugman takes the Zionist-engineered Iraqi War and hangs it around the necks of Republican White men such as Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld. Let’s have a look at the contortions and omissions:


“Surprise! It turns out that there’s something to be said for having the brother of a failed president make his own run for the White House. Thanks to Jeb Bush, we may finally have the frank discussion of the Iraq invasion we should have had a decade ago”.

Krugman, you dirty low-down Son of Satan! The reason that we never had a “frank discussion of the Iraq invasion” was because “the paper of record”, which you write for, was too busy selling the war. Do your homework Mr. Krugman! Dig up the 2002 and 2003 issues of the New York Slimes and you will see that over 100 front pages pro-war stories preceded the invasion.

But of course, you already know that.

Crooked Krugman continues:

“But many influential people — not just Mr. Bush — would prefer that we not have that discussion. Yes, the narrative goes, we now know that invading Iraq was a terrible mistake, and it’s about time that everyone admits it. Now let’s move on. Well, let’s not — because that’s a false narrative.”

Yes. It is a false narrative. But you didn’t mention the critical role played by your wretched colleague in New York, that forked-tongued, Judith Miller, who also just happens to be Jewish. Mendacious Miller was the New York Slime’s key point-person for pitching the “false narrative” based on her phony “sources” .

Judy Miller’s Lies + New York Slimes Front Page Hype = Iraq War

Why don’t you mention Sulzberger’s and your Satanic synagogue sister’s role, Paul?

Sulzberger’s Satanic Slut spewed lies, death and destruction non-stop throughout 2002 and 2003. She gets a pass from colleague Krugman.

More Krugmanism:

“The Iraq war wasn’t an innocent mistake, a venture undertaken on the basis of intelligence that turned out to be wrong. America invaded Iraq because the Bush administration wanted a war. The public justifications for the invasion were nothing but pretexts, and falsified pretexts at that.”

Absolutely correct. But the big lie here is in the omissions.

Omission # 1:

Who was it that pumped out the “wrong intelligence”? Answer: Israel!

Omission # 2:

Who else “wanted a war”? Answer: Israel and its American agents (Neo-Cons) and lobbyists (AIPAC)!

Omission # 3:  See Original Article by Clicking Here!!!



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