One or two readers have accused me, rather crossly, of taking a far too negative view of the great liberation of Iraq. Easter being a time of hope and renewal, I shall use this column today to look on the bright side.
TIM ROBBINS: Thank you. And thanks for the invitation. I had originally been asked here to talk about the war and our current political situation, but I have instead chosen to hijack this opportunity and talk about baseball and show business.
"Kendi çıkarları için bir ülkeyi yakıp yıkmaktarn gözünü kırpmayan, dünya kamuoyunu hiçe sayan ABD'nin (...) kendi çıkarları sözkonusu olduğu müddetçe, Türk firmalarını da yararlandırmayacağı kanaatindeyim."
"U.S. forces in Baghdad might now be searching high and low for Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, but in the past Saddam was seen by U.S. intelligence services as a bulwark of anti-communism and they used him as their instrument for more than 40 years, according to former U.S. intelligence diplomats and intelligence officials." by Richard Sale