Jaded Tasks: Brass Plates, Black Ops & Big Oil-The Blood Politics of George Bush & Co. Kindle Edition
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Mostly that the fall of 2006 being an election year in the USA, many Republicans wouldn't like you to read this book, published in May 2006 after thirty months under production, and authored by Wayne Madsen - a former naval officer - described as `investigative journalist and syndicated columnist'.
In plain English, the word `jaded' if taken as adjective and/or verb, it may mean: dulled, satiated or dissipated by overindulgence. As a noun it means: worthless or disreputable.
It is to be noted that Serge Brammertz delivers his latest Commission Report on the murder probe of Rafiq Hariri by the end of September 2006, WHY confuse the investigation process with this type of 'poppycock'???