Robert Fisk

Robert Fisk’s anti-Syria propaganda

The Indepedent, 31 March 2011


Robert Fisk’s anti-Syria propaganda


Propaganda alert

Politico scribe cites 9-11 in critique of Robert Fisk's "dollar" piece

Politico writer takes a swipe at Robert Fisk's "dollar" piece

By Peter Duveen

PETER'S NEW YORK, Friday, October 9, 2009--Eamon Javers of Politico ( has taken some hefty swings at veteran journalist Robert Fisk, begging the question of why Javers is so intent on attacking the messenger, so to speak.

"The demise of the dollar"

We now know for sure that the invasion of Iraq failed to control the oil-specialized wealth domain by corrupt criminal Administrations. This following excerpt by Robert Fisk explains the current predicament and threat for more hostilities.

"Iran announced late last month that its foreign currency reserves would henceforth be held in euros rather than dollars. Bankers remember, of course, what happened to the last Middle East oil producer to sell its oil in euros rather than dollars. A few months after Saddam Hussein trumpeted his decision, the Americans and British invaded Iraq."

In my opinion from a perception of being active in campaigns to stop the escalation of endless war for more than ten years, World War II never really ended. This is why I appreciate the work of Christopher Story, who has been investigating international corrupt criminal monetary systems. Yet it has been the aggressive military program of the US that is threatening everyone, and other countries are responding.

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October 6, 2009
The demise of the dollar
By Robert Fisk

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Robert Fisk: Even I question the 'truth' about 9/11

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Robert Fisk, a veteran reporter on the Middle East, has just come out for 9/11 truth. The Independent's got the story.

Each time I lecture abroad on the Middle East, there is always someone in the audience – just one – whom I call the "raver". Apologies here to all the men and women who come to my talks with bright and pertinent questions – often quite humbling ones for me as a journalist – and which show that they understand the Middle East tragedy a lot better than the journalists who report it. But the "raver" is real. He has turned up in corporeal form in Stockholm and in Oxford, in Sao Paulo and in Yerevan, in Cairo, in Los Angeles and, in female form, in Barcelona. No matter the country, there will always be a "raver".