This video from the USA is called Matt Lauer Corners Bush on Torture.
From British daily The Morning Star:
(Thursday 07 August 2008)
It’s not every day that you can count on an 18 carat gold-plated war criminal to speak out for other people’s freedom
Of course not, because the views of the rest of the world don’t count in the “free” US media, which is dominated by the rich and powerful and reflects their interests and opinions.
That’s why so many US people believe lies about Saddam Hussein being linked to the September 11 2001 terrorist attacks, Iraq having weapons of mass destruction and Barack Obama being linked to Islamist extremism.
And it’s why US news programme presenter Dan Rather, who previously had a reputation for honesty and integrity, admitted that he had fallen in line with US war psychosis before the invasion of Iraq because he feared for his job if he challenged White House lies.
If Mr Bush is so keen on trade union rights, he could start at home with notorious anti-union firm Wal-Mart.
Human Rights Watch researcher Carol Pier said last year that Wal-Mart workers have “virtually no chance to organise because they’re up against unfair US labour laws and a giant company that will do just about anything to keep unions out.”
See also here.
End Psychologists’ Role in State Torture: here.