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Cui Bono: Groupthink vs Thinking the Unthinkable?

Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Bell, Wendell.  All About Evil. Journal of Futures Studies (Tamkang University, Taiwan) where it first was published with the title "New futures and the eternal struggle between good and evil," [Vol. 5, No. 2, November 2000): 1-20]. [text]

Blumenthal, Sidney.  Above the rule of law. The Guardian, 2 August 2005. [text]

Bozell III, Brent.  Thinking The Unthinkable About Bush. 23 May 2002. [text]

Systems, Decision Support.  An Analysis of Al-Qaida Tradecraft. 2001. [text]

Denzin, Norman K. / Lincoln, Yvonna S.  (Eds.).    9/11 in American Culture. Altamira Press, 2003(Crossroads in Qualitative Inquiry). [review]

Fisk, Robert.  The Reality of this Barbaric Bombing: if we are fighting insurgency in Iraq, what makes us think insurgency won't come to us?. The Independent, 8 July 2005. [text]

Fitts, Catherine Austin.  9/11: Cui Bono? Conspiracy Planet: the alternative news and history network, 9 July 2005. [text]

Fitts, Catherine Austin.  Cui Bono? Building a Map to Solve the Crime. Narco News Bulletin, 17 September 2001. [text]

Fitts, Catherine Austin.  Cui Bono 9/11? [text]

Frank, Andre Gunder.  The Tragedy of September 11: Cui Bono. 25 November 2001. [text]

Glover, Jonathan.  Dialogue is the only way to end this cycle of violence. The Guardian, 27 July 2005. [text]

Giebel, Doug.  When History Looks Back: Thinking the Unthinkable. CounterPunch, 16/17 October 2004. [text]

Grigg, William Norman.  Criminalizing Dissent. New American, Vol. 15, No. 25 December 6, 1999. [text]

Gutman, Huck.  Thinking the Unthinkable. The Statesman (Kolkata, India) 30 October 2001 (on the specter of massive nuclear destruction). [text]

Herman, Edward S. / Chomsky, Noam.  Manufacturing Consent. Pantheon Books, 1988. [excerpt]

Hersh, Seymour.  The Coming Wars: what the Pentagon can now do in secret. New Yorker, 17 January 2005. [text | interview | commentary]

Judge, Anthony. See Kairos documents cited by this documnent

Lakoff, George.  Metaphors of Terror. 16 September 2001. [text]

Landau, Saul.  Cui Bono II: George W. Bush's draconian anti-Cuba measures. Canadian Dimension, May 2004. [text]

Loy, David R.  A New Holy War Against Evil?. A Buddhist Response, 18 September 2001. [text]

Madsen, Wayne.  Anthrax and the Agency Thinking the Unthinkable. CounterPunch, 8 April 2002. [text]

Madsen, Wayne.  Convenient London Terror: Cui Bono?. Conspiracy Planet. [text]

Mahler, Horst.  11 September 2001 -- "Cui Bono?.". [text]

Marrs, Jim.  on 9/11: Thinking the Unthinkable. DVD. [access]

McCarthy, Andrew C.  Torture: Thinking about the Unthinkable. Benador Associates, 14 July 2004. [text]

Menand, Louis.  Thinking the Unthinkable. New Yorker, 25 June 2005. [text]

Moore, Richard K.  Thinking the Unthinkable: world violence as a solution to overpopulation and resource collapse, 1999. [text]

Parfit, Derek.  Cui Bono?., or, Avoiding the Repugnant Conclusion. June 2005. [text]

Parris, Matthew.  I name the four powers who are behind the al-Qaeda conspiracy. The Times, 23 July 2005. [text]

Peters, Ralph.  When Devils Walk the Earth: the mentality and roots of terrorism and how to respond. Center For Emerging Threats and Opportunities. [text]

Phillipson, Steven.  Thinking the Unthinkable. Center for Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy. [text]

Pilger, John.  Power, Propaganda and Conscience in the War on Terror. Znet, 26 January 2004. [text]

Pilger, John.  Lest We Forget: these were Blair's bombs. Truthout, 10 July 2005. [text]

Pyne, David T.  Thinking the Unthinkable: could Bush actually be impeached?. Ether Zone: the intelligent alternative, 11 July 2005. [text]

Raynor, Tom  (Ed.).    Thinking about the Unthinkable: Lessons of September 11, SUManagement, 2002. [text]

Ross, Andrew L.  Thinking about the Unthinkable: Unreasonable Exuberance?. 2001. [text]

Sanders, Chris / Fitts, Catherine Austin.  The Negative Return Economy: a discourse on America's black budget. World Affairs, Journal of International Issues. [text]

Shaffer, Butler.  Cui Bono Revisited, 8 July 2005 [text]

Joseph R Stromberg. Cui Bono?. Imperialism and Theory 5 October 1999 [text]

James William Underhill. The Switch: metaphorical representation of the war in Iraq from September 2002 - May 2003. [text]

USA Department of Defense, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense For Acquisition, Technology and Logistics. Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on The Creation and Dissemination of All Forms of Information in Support of Psychological Operations (PSYOP) in Time of Military Conflict. Washington, DC, May 2000. [text]

Utley, Jon Basil.  Cui Bono on 9/11?. Settler Lobby, The War Party, Armageddon Lobby, Neo-cons. 29 May 2002. [text]

Voyles, Bennett.  Thinking About the Unthinkable: Lessons Learned in Security in the Wake of 9/11. Futures Industry, March/April 2002. [text]

Wade, Anthony.  Cui bono?. Stupidity Versus Logic in the Latest "Terror" Attack. OpEdNews, 7 July 2005. [text]

Welsh, Ian.  The Consequences of Metaphors in the "War" on Terror. 18 March 2004. [text]

Winter, Deborah Du Nann.  Thinking about the Unthinkable. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 2003, 9, 2, pp. 185-187. [review]

Schwartz, Robert Wright.  War on Evil: the world's most dangerous ideas. Foreign Policy, 1 October 2004. [text]

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