West Toxic Lie On Syria Exposed by Finian Cunningham


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by Finian Cunningham
Writer, Dandelion Salad
East Africa
Crossposted from PressTV
October 16, 2013

They say an expert liar needs to have a good memory to succeed in maintaining deceptions. This is because sooner or later the liar is liable to trip himself up with his own previous lies.

Only weeks after the deadly chemical weapons incident near the Syrian capital Damascus on 21 August, the Western narrative is coming apart at the seams from its own lies.

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William T. Hathaway’s Wellspring reviewed by Guadamour

Wellspring by Wm T Hathawayby Guadamour
Writer, Dandelion Salad
October 17, 2013

In the 30,000 word dystopian novella, Wellspring (Cosmic Egg Books, 2013), William T. Hathaway describes the drought devastated California of 2026. “The 18-year-old new high school graduate, Bob Parks, escaping from LA meets up with the 77-year-old retired public interest lawyer, Jane Catherine Willoughby while hitchhiking. The two of them go on a Quixotic search for water which they believe exists underground.

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