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Neo-Conned! Again: Hypocrisy, Lawlessness, and the Rape of Iraq Hardcover – December 15, 2005

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"A detailed look at how neoconservative foreign policy lead us to war in Iraq and compromised our security at home." -- Congressman James P. Moran, (D-VA, 8th district)

"A sobering look into the Iraq war." -- Congressman Walter B. Jones (R-NC, 3rd District)

"An extremely valuable collection of commentaries on the war...featuring some of our most astute observers of U.S. foreign policy." -- Howard Zinn, historian, playwright, social activist; writer, The Progressive Magazine; Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Boston University; author, A People’s History of the United States

"Clarification and de-mystification come together...a compelling picture of a great tragedy of our time." -- Hans-Christof von Sponeck, former UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq

"For those who believe in international law, in justice, and only in just wars, these volumes are must reads." -- Congressman Jesse L. Jackson, Jr. (D-IL, 2nd District)

"Neo-Conned! and Neo-Conned! Again serve a number of purposes that serve America’s national interests. Well done." -- Michael Scheuer, Former Chief, Bin Laden Unit, Counterterrorist Center, CIA; author (“Anonymous”) of Imperial Hubris: Why the West Is Losing the War on Terror, and Through Our Enemies’ Eyes: Osama bin Laden, Radical Islam, and the Future of America

"These profound and challenging essays meet an urgent need for analyses to inspire resistance to a moral catastrophe." -- Daniel Ellsberg, political activist, Senior Research Associate, MIT’s Center for International Studies

"These volumes are most welcome...they unite writers of diverse backgrounds to end this unjust and unwinnable war." -- former Congressman Paul Findley (R-IL, 20th District)

"These volumes offer valuable insights from knowledgeable experts...hopefully they will help end the catastrophe of the Iraq war occupation." -- former Ambassador Edward L. Peck, former Chief of Mission in Iraq; Deputy Director, Cabinet Task Force on Terrorism, Reagan White House

"This outstanding collection exposes the false claims of the neoconservatives..." -- Paul Craig Roberts, syndicated columnist; former Associate Editor, Wall Street Journal; former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury

About the Author

J. Forrest Sharpe is the publisher and managing director of IHS Press. He is a student of Catholic Social Doctrine and the English Distributist movement. D. Liam O'Huallachain is the editorial director of IHS Press and is a student of Catholic Social Doctrine, the English Distributist Movement, and contemporary alternative political movements. Both have edited and annotated editions of works by 20th-century social thinkers such as G.K. Chesterton, Hilaire Belloc, Fr. Vincent McNabb, Fr. Heinrich Pesch, and Dr. George O'Brien. Joseph Cirincione is a senior associate and director for Non-Proliferation, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Scott Ritter is the former chief weapons inspector for the UN Special Commission.
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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 857 pages
  • Publisher: Ihs Press (December 15, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1932528059
  • ISBN-13: 978-1932528053
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 2.5 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,469,306 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

E. Michael Jones, Ph.D., is the editor of Culture Wars magazine and the author of numerous books and e-books.

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This extraordinary book and its predecessor provide tremendous intellectual, moral, and spiritual ammunition for those of us who oppose this monstrous war in Iraq that has taken the lives of in excess of 650,000 Iraqis and thousands of Americans and others. Maurizio Blondet's essay is particularly poignant and revealing. If Edward Luttwak's words to Blondet are any indication many of the Neo-cons were seeking to have Iraq bombed "back into the Stone Age" as early as the First Gulf War. One thing most open-minded people will come away with from reading this book is that the Neo-cons are a far, far greater danger to America than any of their designated enemies.

All good people who can afford it should buy this book. They should also pick up a copy of THE 9/11 COMMISSION REPORT: OMISSIONS AND DISTORTIONS by David Ray Griffin. The two books complement each other quite well.
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Format: Paperback
The only defensible war is a war of defense.
- G. K. Chesterton.

_Neo-Conned! Again: Hypocrisy, Lawlessness, and the Rape of Iraq_, published in 2007 by Light in the Darkness Publications an imprint of IHS Press, is a sequel to the book _Neo-Conned!_ which condemns the War in Iraq from the perspective of Catholic just-war theory. This book is subtitled "The illegality and the injustice of the second Gulf War" and consists of various essays and interviews from a wide variety of perspectives. These two books are edited by D. L. O'Huallachain and J. Forrest Sharpe. The writers, thinkers, and soldiers whose essays appear in this book range from conservative and traditionalist Catholics to paleo-conservatives to left wing intellectuals. As such, the war is condemned from a wide variety of viewpoints and positions across the political spectrum. The second Gulf War has not met the criteria for a just-war according to Catholic tradition and thus is to be condemned. The reasons why this war was fought in the first place, in a country which should be of no direct concern to the United States, are varied. Obvious reasons include the presence of oil, the role of monetary policy in maintaining a strong dollar against the Euro, and political power. Another reason involves the take-over of United States foreign policy by a clique of intellectuals known as neoconservatives. Two fundamental characteristics of the neoconservative agenda (particularly as spelled out in excellent essays by Stephen Sniegoski and Claes Ryn) include a near messianic zeal for establishing global democracy (certainly not a classically conservative agenda!) and complete allegiance to the state of Israel above all things.
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Format: Hardcover
It should seem obvious by now to any who care about truth that Zionists see America as not just the savior, supplier and sugar-daddy to Israel. Indeed, Zionists see America as the servant of Israel and in their tunnel vision they see no price too high for America to pay. That is what our controlling elites have allowed America to be reduced to. The masses have a choice: a life driven by fear or by honesty.
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