Category Archives: Iran Hersh

The Redirection

Seymour Hersh’s new New Yorker piece details the ways that, as our Iraq policy has gone all to hell and the dysadministration has turned more to destabilizing Iran, we end up finding common cause with some of our so-called enemies in the Twat ® (“the war against terror”). The New Yorker, helpfully, links to all of Hersh’s Iran pieces, which make interesting sequential reading:

  • The Coming Wars (1/24/05): “What the Pentagon can now do in secret.”
  • The Iran Plans (4/17/06): “Would President Bush go to war to stop Tehran from getting the bomb?”
  • Last Stand (7/10/06): “The military’s problem with the President’s Iran policy.”
  • The Next Act (11/27/06): “Is a damaged Administration less likely to attack Iran, or more?”

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