Paul Wolfowitz is one member of the small clique of warmongers that run US Imperial policy. He is the President of the World Bank and currently under investigation for nepotism and corruption. Andrew Cockburn describes very well the direct connection between Wolfowitz’ warmongering activities prior to the Iraq War, his cronies in Washington, and the business with Wolfowitz' girlfriend. Follow the link.
Kumi Naidoo is Secretary-General of the funded but South-African-based NGO organisation, Civicus. Civicus is not noted for its anti-Imperialism but on this occasion the worm has turned. Naidoo calls for the resignation of Wolfowitz. See the link
The same USA is where they arrest and lock up children. See the truly shocking Counterpunch report by Sharon Smith, linked below.
Finally, Moneyweb’s Barry Sergeant thinks that he is on to something, and he should know, because he has been investigating South African financial skulduggery for many years. Follow the link below.
The picture above is of Mogadishu, Somalia, taken this month during a helicopter attack on people in the streets
Click on these links:
NYT Pushes Bush Line on Somalia, Chris Floyd, Lew Rockwell (1817 words)
Puppet of Iraq destruction, Andrew Cockburn, Guardian (887 words)
Wolfowitz, resign for World Bank credibility, Kumi Naidoo, Civicus (1228 words)
The Rights of Children in the USA, Sharon Smith, Counterpunch (1389 words)
A truly momentous occasion, Barry Sergeant, Moneyweb (779 words)