Peter Certo

[audio:http://dissentradio.com/radio/12_03_21_certo.mp3]

Peter Certo, editorial assistant at Right Web and the Institute for Policy Studies, discusses his article “U.S. Government Finally Catching up With MEK Boosters Like Ed Rendell;” the shocking development that the rule of law might actually apply to former high-level US government officials; the usual suspects – humanitarian activists and Muslims who upload videos on YouTube – who face “material support” of terrorism charges under the PATRIOT Act; and the connection between the MEK’s terrorist-group designation, Camp Ashraf in Iraq, and Iran-war fever.

MP3 here. (19:12)

Peter Certo oversees Foreign Policy in Focus Special Project Right Web‘s social media projects and is an editorial assistant at the Institute for Policy Studies.

7 thoughts on “Peter Certo”

  1. Iraq War — In a nut shell

    Scott Horton: The MEK terrorist cult should have been disbanded by Petraeus when they had the chance.

    Peter Certo: Another component of a misguided attempt at an improvised occupation.

    Scott Horton: An occupation with their intent to make it permanent.

  2. Birds of a feather — They drop bombs together

    There is no nation on earth that supports more terrorist groups and state-sponsored terrorism then USA. Such as the MEK, ISI, PLO, the fascist governments of Haiti and Honduras, the brutal oil-rich dictatorships from big Saudi Arabia to little Bahrain and all the others — surely they be too numerous to mention.

  3. Birds of a feather — They drop bombs together

    There is no nation on earth that supports more terrorist groups and state-sponsored terrorism then USA. Such as the MEK, ISI, PLO, the fascist governments of Haiti and Honduras, the brutal oil-rich dictatorships from big Saudi Arabia to little Bahrain and surely all the others — surely they be too numerous to mention.

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