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1,687 posts Location: Manchester
Posted: Did anyone else see the Article in yesterday's Times in the News Review? It was an account from inside the White House on the fateful day of 9/11 and the way people (especially Bush) reacted. It should be online if no-one caught it, or I have a copy. It's an interesting read, there i a book that's just come out about it, and I think it got a mention in today's papers (i haven't read them yet). Apparently the book is rocking Washington; does anyone stateside know what I'm talking about?
But I think it is. There's a story on CNN today, if you check. Nothing of BBC can only think it must've been on last weeks cause there's some fuss been started last week when he was on an interview, saying the Bush administration ignored warnings that an attack by Al Qaeda was immenant and they were more interested in Iraq or something like that.... I live in a world of infinite possibilities.
I didn't fancy posting a new thread on this so thought I'd rant in here about the media and desensitisation as it kinda fits! John Snow on Channel 4 news said - within the first 3 minutes??? of the program about when the guy in the wheelchair was assasinated - "Was it a terrorist act or merely a targeted killing?" merely? merely? Gees! Like merely targeting to kill someone is a meek act!!! Monkeys monkeys and bananas