Bill Moyers: Restoring Accountability for Washington’s Wars


John Hibbs wrote:


Tony: Thanks for sending this link to the Bill Moyer’s video. It should be required viewing for every adult American. I have long contended that if the government sent an invoice to every taxpayer in the country, and had enforcement powers to collect, for his/her share of the actual out-of-pocket for the cost to conduct either the Afghan or the Iraq war, we would never have gone —- and sure as hell wouldn’t send more troops to in what many bright people on both sides of the political spectrum consider a hopeless cause (in Afghanistan).

Moyers reminds us about the monetary cost. But his really powerful message comes at the end.

For all those blind copied, please take four minutes to view Bill Moyers, —a fine, well respected journalist if ever there was one. Then, please forward


The bottom line (to the Afghan quagmire):

Hollow Victory

According to the Republicans, the United States is once again at the crossroads of losing another critical war because of feckless Democrats. Only this time it’s Afghanistan.

Ron Paul was excellent about the Iraq/Afghan quagmires and the coming war with Iran in the following youtube:

Ron Paul vs. Michael Moore on Larry King CNN 10/29/2009

“Matthew Hoh, a former marine captain who fought in Iraq and was posted to Afghanistan’s Zabul province where the Taliban is strong, questioned the purpose of the war and said that many Afghans were fighting only because foreign troops are in their country.”

First US official resigns in protest at Afghan war 

U.S. official resigns over Afghan war


US-led war in Afghanistan ‘unwinnable’

Afghanistan: A War of Lies:DEBORCHGRAVE Commentary: Bridges too far (in Afghan quagmire):

Afghanistan: A War of Lies

So one can clearly argue that 9/11 happened because of Israel and that the US invaded Afghanistan because of 9/11 and therefore because of Israel (look up ‘Israel as a terrorist’s motivation’ in Bamford’s ‘A Pretext for War’ book as the paperback version of ‘A Pretext for War’ includes an additional section about the AIPAC espionage case):

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