Saturday, May 08, 2004


The Bush administration was bracing itself last night for the release of new pictures and video footage from Abu Ghraib which show US soldiers having sex with an Iraqi woman prisoner, troops almost beating a prisoner to death, and the rape of young boys by Iraqi guards at the jail
  • NBC News has quoted military officials as saying that the new photographsalso show US soldiers "acting inappropriately with a dead body"

  • The US military has said it will investigate claims by a former inmate of Abu Ghraib prison that a girl as young as 12 was stripped and beaten by military personnel
  • "She was naked and screaming and calling out to him as they beat her. Her brother was helpless and could only hear her cries. This affected all of us because she was just a child

  • "Israelis are a nation of spies and drug dealers", according to New Zealand immigration officials speaking to the Jewish Agency treasurer Shai Hermesh upon his arrival there, reported Army Radio Saturday
  • Jewish agency official detained in New Zealand

  • Lawmakers want to ban smoking in cars with young kids
  • California has become one of the most aggressive states in banning smoking and now state lawmakers are at it again. One Southern California assemblyman is trying to ban smoking in your own car if young children are riding with you

  • Columnist Jeff German: Vegas has new crime element: Israeli mob
  • And they're just as violent as the Mafia. Two of the biggest families, one based in Jerusalem and the other in Tel Aviv, currently are involved in a bloody war over control of street rackets in Israel

  • The United States has been examining the prospect that Israel will attack Iranian nuclear facilities in an attempt to prevent the Islamic republic from completing an atomic bomb as early as this year

  • The Shredding of 9/11 Evidence
  • F.A.A. Official Scrapped Tape of 9/11 Controllers' Statements

  • Russia falls at the feet of Tsar Vladimir
  • President Putin has been sworn in at an event more like a coronation than an inauguration. Julius Strauss reports

  • Why the exposure of US torture and abuse serves the Illuminati agenda so well
  • The violence in Iraq may be bad for America, but it serves the Illuminati perfectly by justifying the continued, and indeed expanded, presence of US troops in the Middle East in line with their long-planned agenda for global control

  • US Senate adopts anti-Semitism legislation
  • The US Senate unanimously adopted legislation Friday requiring the State Department to increase awareness of anti-Semitic incidents worldwide and to submit annual reports on attacks across the globe

  • McALESTER, Okla. -- A McDonald's manager testified Friday that Timothy McVeigh and a dark-skinned man were part of a group that piled out of a Ryder truck and entered her restaurant just days before the Oklahoma City bombing.
  • McDonald's manager recalls McVeigh visits

  • Worst yet to come
  • Rumsfeld: 'It's going to get a good deal more terrible'

  • "(The probation officer) told me all the staff was very qualified," Gayle Lowe remembers. "They would all have bachelor's degrees in either juvenile justice or psychology, child psychology. It just sounded wonderful."
  • Locked Inside A Nightmare

  • Senate Panel Clears $422.2 Billion Defense Bill
  • The U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee approved a $422.2 billion bill authorizing next year's defense programs, up 3.4 percent or $21 billion from this year, the committee said on Friday.

  • MEL Gibson is being suggested as the new head of the troubled Disney empire
  • Mel's head hunted

  • China is buying a record amount of African crude oil
  • China, the world's biggest oil user after the US, is buying a record amount of African crude oil this year as Asian prices surge and on concern attacks on pipelines and terminals may disrupt supply from the Middle East.

  • The producer of a smash-hit film which satirises Iran's ruling clergy is to hold a special screening with two leading Ayat Allahs who want it banned
  • Satirical Iranian film awaits hearing.

  • The Oil Crunch By PAUL KRUGMAN
  • Before the start of the Iraq war his media empire did so much to promote, Rupert Murdoch explained the payoff: "The greatest thing to come out of this for the world economy, if you could put it that way, would be $20 a barrel for oil." Crude oil prices in New York rose to almost $40 a barrel yesterday, a 13-year high.

  • Friday, May 07, 2004

    Nato sex trade' 

    Michael Moore admits Disney 'ban' was a stunt
  • Less than 24 hours after accusing the Walt Disney Company of pulling the plug on his latest documentary in a blatant attempt at political censorship, the rabble-rousing film-maker Michael Moore has admitted he knew a year ago that Disney had no intention of distributing it

  • Nato force 'feeds Kosovo sex trade'
  • Western troops, policemen, and civilians are largely to blame for the rapid growth of the sex slavery industry in Kosovo over the past five years, a mushrooming trade in which hundreds of women, many of them under-age girls, are tortured, raped, abused and then criminalised, Amnesty International said yesterday

  • Thursday, May 06, 2004


    Almost two months ago I came across some startling images on a little know German web site called Fotos. The photographs were taken in Iraq during the early stages of the war, and provided an unsanitised view of the Allied military presence in that country
  • In the Shadow of a Gun

  • Iraq Photos

  • H. R. 4230; Global Anti-Semitism Awareness Act of 2004
  • H. R. 4230; Global Anti-Semitism Awareness Act of 2004.

  • Red Cross Says Repeatedly Warned U.S. on Iraq Jail
  • The International Committee of the Red Cross said Thur it had repeatedly urged the U S to take "corrective action" at a Baghdad jail at the center of a scandal over abuse of Iraqi prisoners.

  • HR 163 & S 89

  • Private Schools Are Now Public Schools
  • Private Schools Are Now Public Schools

  • NBC: FDNY Chief of Safety Reported Bombs Both Within the Towers and on the Planes on 9/11
  • What you will hear is a clip from NBC reporter Pat Dawson on the morning of 9/11. In it he discusses the comments of Albert Turi, the Chief of Safety for the New York City Fire Department

  • We've heard hypersonic sound. It could change everything
  • It's the most promising audio advance in years, and it's coming this fall: Hypersonic speakers, from American Technology (headed by the irrepressible Woody Norris, whose radical personal flying machine appeared on our August cover), focus sound in a tight beam, much like a laser focuses light

  • AP: WTC Developers to Break Ground July 4
  • Developers of the Freedom Tower will break ground on the 1,776-foot skyscraper at the World Trade Center site on July 4, Gov. George Pataki said Wednesday

  • A 1905 masterpiece by Pablo Picasso has sold for $104m (£58m), becoming the world's most expensive painting
  • Picasso painting sells for $104m

  • Libya has sentenced five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor to death by firing squad for deliberately infecting some 400 children with HIV
  • "The verdict is fair. What they did is a crime against humanity. They planted a bomb inside our children,"

  • Security or spying? Police gather intel on G-8 protests
  • "We have never had this degree of surveillance,"

  • Military demonstrates need for 'speed'
  • In the recent war on Iraq and specifically the speedy advance toward Baghdad, many soldiers supplemented their body's natural adrenaline rush with the use of performance enhancing drugs in order to stay awake and alert

  • Wednesday, May 05, 2004

    Disney, the company that loves Child Labor... 

    New looting in Iraq
  • Marketplace, a Minnesota Public Radio program, reported last week on rampant corruption in the Iraqi rebuilding effort. "Americans are footing a $20 billion tab to build schools, bridges, houses and power grids in Iraq." Marketplace found that "millions, possibly billions, of taxpayer dollars are disappearing in a web of bribes, kickbacks and price-gouging." Some examples.

  • Disney Has Blocked the Distribution of My New Film... by Michael Moore
  • Friends, I would have hoped by now that I would be able to put my work out to the public without having to experience the profound censorship obstacles I often seem to encounter.

  • Disney Forbidding Distribution of Film That Criticizes Bush
  • The film, "Fahrenheit 911," links Mr. Bush and prominent Saudis — including the family of Osama bin Laden — and criticizes Mr. Bush's actions before and after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

  • Remember, Disney is a company that loves CHILD LABOR
  • Fact: Disney CEO Michael Eisner pays himself $133.4 million/year. It would take a Bangladeshi garment worker 210 years to earn what Eisner makes in an hour.

  • Plutonium Files: How the U.S. Secretly Fed Radioactivity to Thousands of Americans
  • Denver-based journalist Eileen Welsome reveals how as a reporter for the tiny Albuquerque Tribune (circulation 35,000) she uncovered one of the country's great Cold War secrets: the U.S. government had knowingly exposed thousands of human Guinea pigs with radiation poisoning including 18 Americans who had plutonium injected directly into their bloodstream

  • Deleting memories is simple with computers, but as the movie Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind shows, it's still - as far as humans are concerned - the stuff of science fiction. Or is it?
  • The mystery of mind control.

  • The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) can relax. They've already killed Howard Stern
  • How the FCC's assault on indecency is polluting our airwaves.

  • Howard’s Private War
  • Not only a defender but a Republican, former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani. "I think Howard Stern is what he is," Mr. Giuliani told The Observer. "Everyone knows what Howard is like. They listen to his show and then they’ve made a decision that they enjoy his kind of humor. I think the F.C.C. or regulatory agencies have better things to look at than that. And I think it does get very close to inhibiting free speech."

  • Howard Stern vs. FCC
  • Howard Stern vs. FCC

  • NASA image shows intricate web of chemtrails over the US
  • "This enhanced infrared image from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS), aboard NASA's Terra satellite, shows widespread contrails over the southeastern United States during the morning of January 29, 2004."

  • Mayor Michael Bloomberg will have nearly $5 million worth of anti-missile equipment installed on two private jets he uses for international trips, according to a broadcast report
  • Report: Mayor's jets will be missile-smart

  • Court records: Undocumented workers got onto Navy base
  • Some illegal immigrants, including members of a violent Salvadoran gang, got onto the world's largest naval base to do construction work, federal investigators allege in court records

  • Marines arrive in Morgantown - REHEARSING for the real thing
  • For about the next three weeks, the Marines will flood abandoned buildings in downtown Morgantown, downtown Fairmont and surrounding areas to simulate urban combat situations they could encounter on deployment

  • Neoconservatives Are Anti-American
  • Is Bush correct when he reassures his war fans that torture is not indicative of American values?

  • To no one's surprise, the American Civil Liberties Union filed suit challenging the constitutionality of parts of the USA Patriot Act, the sweeping security law passed in the immediate aftermath of 9-11.
  • "It is remarkable that a gag provision in the Patriot Act kept the public in the dark about the mere fact that a constitutional challenge had been filed in court," said the ACLU. Remarkable and also scary.

  • Those American soldiers torturing and sexually abusing Iraqi prisoners have made criminals of us all
  • Put George W. Bush in prison!!!

  • Schwarzenegger Pulls a Cheney
  • A few days before Arnold Schwarzenegger was sworn in as the 38th Governor of California last year he stood on the steps of the capital building in Sacramento waving a broom over his head, an obvious symbolic gesture in which Schwarzenegger promised to clean up the political mess left by his predecessor, Gray Davis.

  • Immigration found to cut U.S. workers' pay
  • Two decades' growth in the supply of immigrant workers cost native-born American men an average $1,700 in annual wages by the year 2000, a top economist has concluded

  • Bush Tour Bus Made in Canada
  • President Bush (news - web sites) rode across Ohio on Tuesday in a bus emblazoned, "Yes, America can." It turns out the bus was made in Canada

  • GOP convention security perimeter drawn
  • Midtown Manhattan around the site of the Republican National Convention could be locked down for blocks, with major avenues closed and nearby residents and workers required to show identification, officials said Tuesday as they outlined tentative security plans for the four-day event

  • Israeli warplanes cause supersonic booms over Lebanon, trigger fire
  • Israeli warplanes violated Lebanese airspace Wednesday, causing supersonic booms over southern Lebanon and prompting anti-aircraft fire

  • Sunday, May 02, 2004

    Anti-Americanism is a Globalist Ploy 

    The mass media is nothing but mind control. Nothing gets shown without a propaganda purpose. For example, why do we get a daily death toll of American soldiers in Iraq, but barely a word about U.S. casualties in Afghanistan?
  • The Iraq war is like the Korean and Vietnam wars. It is designed to be lost. It will cause a lot of suffering and make its perpetrators rich. But the hidden agenda is to further undermine American pride and power and increase anti-Americanism around the world. Let's not fall into that trap by becoming anti-American. There is nothing inherently wrong with the United States. The problem is the traitors who run it. The U.S. has been subverted.

  • U.S. Stocks Fall for Week; Computer-Related Shares Lead Slump
  • U.S. stocks fell this week, sending the Nasdaq Composite Index to its biggest weekly slide in two years, on concern the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates amid economic growth and rising inflation.

  • Twin Towers jury undecided over Swiss Re
  • Swiss Re’s liability for the World Trade Center is still in the balance after a New York jury failed to reach a verdict on the landmark’s most exposed insurer

  • UNITED STATES: How the Bush gang seized the `opportunity' of 9/11
  • Even while working people were still coming to terms with the shock of witnessing the unimaginable and traumatic collapse of the World Trade Center, top US officials were describing this mass-murder of 3000 people as “an opportunity”, recent books by government “insiders” and Washington Post assistant managing editor Bob Woodward have revealed

  • Antarctica is likely to be the world's only habitable continent by the end of this century if global warming remains unchecked, the Government's chief scientist, Professor Sir David King, said last week.
  • He said the Earth was entering the "first hot period" for 60 million years, when there was no ice on the planet and "the rest of the globe could not sustain human life".

  • Leading European nations are preparing to earn more and pollute more under a controversial emissions trading scheme, environmentalists say
  • EU Members Prepare to Earn from Pollution

  • Bush Administration Again Seeks Exemptions for Cleanup of Toxic Rocket Fuel
  • Contamination of drinking water, groundwater or soil by perchlorate, the main component of solid rocket fuel, has been confirmed by testing at least 34 Department of Defense (DOD) facilities in 15 states

  • Those who persist in their efforts to destroy the revolution I simply say, in the name of the crowd gathered here ... long live socialism," -- Fidel Castro

    Cuba can overcome any U.S. initiatives, Castro says
  • He also called the European Union and several Latin American countries a "herd of hypocrites" for recently voting in favor of a resolution criticizing Cuba at the United Nations Human Rights Commission while ignoring a motion made by Cuba to seek inspections into the U.S. detention facility.

  • Castro vows Cuban socialism to survive Bush
  • Cuban President Fidel Castro has dismissed Bush administration plans to speed up political change in Cuba and said his Government - in power since 1959 - will continue building a socialist society at the United States' doorstep.

  • One year after President George W Bush declared the end of major combat in Iraq, the United States appears to be teetering on the brink of strategic defeat in its Mesopotamian adventure.
  • U.S. On the Brink

  • U.S. Charged With War Crimes The Evidence File Court case against General Franks in Brussels
  • The video and pictures in this report contain images and descriptions, depicting the reality and horror of the U.S. - UK invasion of Iraq

  • "The Americans have violated the ceasefire. They are attacking us with jet fighters, tanks and artillery. The US snipers are on every roof and minaret. They don't care who they shoot. They are shooting old people, women and children.Where is the UN in all this?"

    'It's hell...everything will be destroyed'
  • Military accused of violating Falluja ceasefire

  • The Cassini-Huygens mission continues to return tremendous images of Saturn
  • Saturn spacecraft gets an eyeful

  • World has no feasible project yet to liquidate nuclear waste
  • The world has no new feasible projects so far to liquidate stockpiled waste of nuclear production facilities and industrial nuclear power stations

  • North, South Koreas, Russia discuss railroad project
  • The project “will promote economic relations and cargo shipments between Northeast Asia and Europe,” the report runs

  • PEPIS #57 - Bilderberg Milan, Italy June 3-6 2004
  • American Free Press are announcing today, Friday 30th April, that Bilderberg 2004 is definately to be held in Italy this year

  • “That was an act of a sick mind,” Ms Konteska said after a two-year investigation. “They … ordered the brutal murder of the seven Pakistani men.”

    Macedonia staged 'terrorist' killings to win US support
  • She described a meticulous plan to promote Macedonia as a player in the fight against global terrorism that involved smuggling the Pakistanis into Macedonia from Bulgaria, housing them, and then coldly gunning them down

  • Is America a Servant to the Will of Israel?
  • Not only is the Untied States the financial backer of Israel's brutal oppression of Palestinians, to the tune of $14 to $15 billion per year, the United States no longer recognizes anyone but Israel as a partner to the charade

  • IRAQ: Q&A
  • AT HOME IN IRAQ: While their length of involvement remains indefinite, U.S. troops make the best of it

  • Syrian President Bashar al-Asad has warned Israel that Damascus would consider any attempt to assassinate Syria-based leaders of Palestinian groups as aggression against Syria
  • Syria warns Israel off striking exiles

  • CIA angers Russia by predicting break-up of state within 10 years
  • Russia's political elite has been stung by a recently declassified CIA report that suggests the world's largest country could fall apart at the seams in a decade and split into as many as eight different states

  • Nine of 10 Army divisions are tied down
  • The status of the Army's 10 active-duty divisions:

  • The high oil prices seen since the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq could be followed by a drop, as has occurred for decades after every rise in prices, but signs pointing to shortages in the medium to long-term indicate that the era of cheap oil is over
  • Adios, Cheap Oil

  • Watchout - SPY SOFTWARE!
  • Software for PC and Internet surveillance has become very popular recently. Perfect Keylogger is a powerful and easy to use solution for PC surveillance

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