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Webster Tarpley: “The war on terror is a myth”

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During the Axis for Peace conference, US journalist Webster Tarpley addressed modern ways of interference, particularly the use of terrorist threat.“It is impossible to understand the current US policy if the scope of the September 11 events is underestimated. The attempts occurred that day constituted a coup. The war on terror is based on a myth and it has become a compulsory religion of state since the events took place. The only way of fighting neocons is by destroying that myth. The creation of a truth commission, similar to that of Russell after the Viet Nam war, could help to destroy the myth.” Among the major works published by Webster Tarpley, is an investigation on the manipulation of the Red Brigades by the P2 Logia and the assassination of Aldo Moro, a non-authorized biography of George Bush (father) and a recent analysis of the methods used to carry out the attacks of September 11, 2001.

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