Bush or Kerry? Look closely and the danger is the same warns John Pilger in the New Statesman:
A myth equal to the fable of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction is gaining strength on both sides of the Atlantic. It is that John Kerry offers a world-view different from that of George W Bush. Watch this big lie grow as Kerry is crowned the Democratic candidate and the “anyone but Bush” movement becomes a liberal cause celebre.
While the rise to power of the Bush gang, the neoconservatives, belatedly preoccupied the American media, the message of their equivalents in the Democratic Party has been of little interest. Yet the similarities are compelling. Shortly before Bush’s “election” in 2000, the Project for the New American Century, the neoconservative pressure group, published an ideological blueprint for “maintaining global US pre-eminence, precluding the rise of a great power rival, and shaping the international security order in line with American principles and interests”. Every one of its recommendations for aggression and conquest was adopted by the administration. […]
Surely looks like no matter who remains the President of the USA post-November 2004, little is gonna change for the rest of the world…