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Cui Bono: Groupthink vs Thinking the Unthinkable? Reframing the suffocating consensus in response to 7/7


Cui Bono: Groupthink vs Thinking the Unthinkable? Reframing the suffocating consensus in response to 7/7 (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]

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

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]

Sanders, Chris / Fitts, Catherine Austin.  The Negative Return Economy: a discourse on America's black budget. World Affairs, Journal of International Issues. [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? 911Truth.org. [text]

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

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

Glover, Jonathan.  Dialogue is the only way to end this cycle of violence. The Guardian, 27 July 2005. [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.  Questioning the War on Terrorism. [web resources]

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]

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

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]

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

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