Saturday, June 12, 2004


Sibel Deniz Edmonds - State Dept. Quashed 9/11 Links To Global Drug Trade-FBI Whistleblower
LATEST: Sibel Deniz Edmonds was awaiting a June 14 court hearing to determine if she can publicly tell the full story of intelligence failures over the 9/11 attacks. The U.S. government wants her knowledge to
remain a state secret. Judge Reggie Walton has now called off the hearing --no reason cited, and no future date scheduled. The fourth time he's done this in past two years. Sibel Edmonds will hold a press conference with Daniel Ellsberg at 3rd & Const. Ave. on
Monday, June 14, at 9:30 AM in front of the Court.

Regarding Sibel Edmonds' CBS 60 minutes interview: CBS will be making a decision as to whether or not they will air the interview this Sunday or the following Sunday. This decision is being made between now and tomorrow morning. Sine Sibel Edmonds has a press conference this coming Monday and a Friday opportunity for congresspersons to meet with her in a secured setting where she will be able to legally bypass the gag order and speak what she knows, it is vital that the CBS interview air this Sunday, thus giving time for Congress and other folks to respond to the story. Its important that CBS interviews the interview this Sunday, tomorrow! * Please call Tanya Fimon 212 975 6631, and ask her to please air the interview this Sunday. Thanks. If any of you can afford the call, please do so. Leave a message. This interview will have very little impact if aired after Monday's court decision.

Buchanan interviewing Nader
Pat Buchanan: Then you would say it is not only Bush who is at fault, but Clinton and Bush and Reagan, all the way back? Ralph Nader: The subservience of our congressional and White House puppets to Israeli military policy has been consistent. Until '91, any dictator who was anti-Communist was our ally.

Sounds Fishy! 23-acre body of water disappears in St. Louis suburb
It is a price English said he is willing to pay. He just wants the unsightly pit gone, either by refilling it with water or dumping enormous amounts of dirt into it to create green space or usable land.

A web site has launched a campaign to deter theater owners from showing Michael Moore's film, "Fahrenheit 9-11". A list of theaters currently committed to showing the film is provided along with exhortations to call and demand that the film be dropped. Some theater owners are reporting receiving death threats.

Israeli Nationals, Nukes, and Attacks On US Nuclear Facilities
This Memo was sent via John Kaminski
Memo To FBI Agent Colleen Rowley From R. Leland Lehrman.

Canada today rebuffed a proposal made by Republicans in Congress to change its name to Ronald Reagan.

New Peruvian soft drink packs a punch
The U.S. Embassy is legally American soil, so we have U.S. government sponsoring cocaine use on American soil.

Israeli planes violated Lebanese air space and a warship entered Lebanon's territorial water off the border port of Naqoura Saturday, Lebanese officials said.
Israeli planes violate Lebanese air space

Teacher jailed for making revisionist Nazi film
Disputing evidence of eyewitness survivors, the former teacher denied that the SS deliberately killed more than 350 women and children after rounding them up and ordering them into the village church, arguing that the deaths were due to explosives concealed in the church by members of the French Resistance active in Oradour.

Reagan should be on a $3 bill
I offered my small prayer for Ronald Reagan when he was shot by this Hinckley. I said another prayer for him when I read this graceful note that he issued about his Alzheimer's.

Justice Department Loses Laptop With DEA Data, Newsweek Says
The Justice Department is looking for a missing laptop computer that contains sensitive data about Drug Enforcement Administration investigations and confidential informants, Newsweek reported.

Vladimir Putin, scored a victory Friday in his faltering bid to reform the military when parliament passed a law giving him operational control of the army
Key shift in Russia military command.

Mourn for Us, Not the Proto-Bush

New York City tries again to turn down the volume
Mayor Bloomberg pushes an initiative to quiet blaring stereos, noisy construction sites, and honking cars

Friday, June 11, 2004

Bilderberg & G8 

Proof of a Conspiracy: Bilderberg and the Silent Media
The Bilderberg black-out in the U.S. press is evidence that the owners of America’s media are in collusion with the New World Order conspiracy.

Dawn of the G8 New World Order
In the last few days the totalitarian domination of the developing world has solidified around the annexation of Iraq. And the G8 elite have moved swiftly on to outline the next phase of their New World Order.

Hope we're not attacked any time soon! Ten US Navy Carriers Now At Sea - Only Two In Port
This brings the number of carriers over the horizon to 10. This would prove to be a most COSTLY exercise if in fact this is ONLY an exercise.

Lack of NORAD Response on 9/11 Explained

The commotion began early the morning of Wed., June 2. Those listening to KYW or WHYY radio heard a sudden newsflash: Bombs. American Airlines. Arab attackers.
Al-Qaeda Takes Philly!

50,000 troops in Gulf illness scare
All 50,000 troops who served in the first Gulf war might have been exposed to low levels of chemical warfare agents during the fighting and its aftermath, a US investigation has suggested.

Population Control
Prison Planet

Bush pushes One World Government School at G-8
It may seem innocent enough to President Bush, the notion of training 100,000 teachers across the Middle East to improve the quality of education and perhaps also cut down on the chance that religious schools will crank out future terrorists.

Draft would create many problems, solve none
You can rarely go wrong by assuming the government is lying. Right now, the Pentagon denies any plans to restore the draft, even though the military clearly has too few soldiers. I'm the sort of person who grabs an umbrella whenever Donald H. Rumsfeld says the sun is shining. But in this case, the administration faces disbelief even though it's telling the truth.

Luggage never made it onto plane? The FBI would not provide a copy of the will, which officials confirmed was found in Atta's luggage along with a four-page letter that was released last week. But ABCNEWS has translated a copy of the will that was published in the German magazine Der Spiegel:
Suspected Hijacker Left Strict Instructions
On Friday 14 December 2001 a videotape of Osama bin Laden "confessing" to the 9/11 attacks was released.

So, let's take a look at the idea of Saudi Arabia as the perpetrator of 9-11. Why would they do it? What would they gain? Immediately after the attacks, former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was asked what the attack would mean for US-Israeli relations. His quick reply was: "It's very good……. Well, it's not good, but it will generate immediate sympathy (for Israel)"

The Bush Dictatorship Revealed: L'etat c'est moi
There's only one issue to discuss right now: the extra-constitutional rules and philosophy of the Bush Administration, as revealed in the legal briefs and memos drafted for Rumsfeld and Ashcroft and Bush on the torture question.

The Phony (Mossad) Al Qaeda Cell in Palestine
Mossad agents arrested for attempting to set up phony 'al Qaeda' cells in the Gaza Strip.

Art becomes the next suspect in America's 9/11 paranoia
His art often involves blending biology with agricultural issues. In 2002 his exhibit Molecular Invasion, a statement against genetically modified crops, created a display of small soy, corn and canola plants growing under large incubating lamps.

At least five workers developing an anthrax vaccine at a children's hospital research lab in Oakland were accidentally exposed to the deadly bacterium because of a shipping mistake, officials reported Thursday
Researchers Exposed to Anthrax


CONVICTED SPY WILL GET HEARING. A federal appeals court has allowed convicted spy Jonathan Pollard another chance to fight his life prison term for selling secrets to Israel
Pollard, 49, was a Navy intelligence analyst when he passed U.S. secrets to the Israelis.

How would Pericles have dealt with the problems facing America after 9/11? As rationally as ever, no doubt
Had Pericles been George Bush on 9/11, he might well have reasoned as follows: ‘If my policy is to ensure that America is never attacked like this again (and it is), and if one of the root causes of the attack is the Palestinian problem (and it probably was), the rational policy is to fix it. Since Israel would not survive without us, it is to Israel that we must look for co-operation. If we do not get it, our support for Israel ends.’ True, had Bush argued like that and kept his word, one wonders what Mossad would have done to him; and what the implications would be for an Israel entirely devoid of American aid. But so what, if it ensured America’s security?

Father of Nick Berg Blasts Bush-Cheney Administration
--On Saturday, June 5, 2004, standing only a block away from the White House on a rainy, cool afternoon, in Washington, DC, Michael Berg accused the Bush-Cheney administration of being substantially responsible for the death of his son, Nick Berg, age 26.

Israeli company to provide anti-terror gun-station to U.S. Navy & Israel's El Al first airline to install defense system against shoulder-launched missiles on passenger planes
The Rafael Armament Development Authority has signed a $200 million deal to supply anti-terror gun-stations to the U.S navy, Ha'aretz reported

Thursday, June 10, 2004


BALTIMORE -- Local and state homeland security authorities are beginning to build a regional network of 24-hour surveillance cameras that will go live this summer in Baltimore and expand through the area.
24-Hour Surveillance Set For Inner Harbor

TBR News: Bush is in a crazy rage about all the resistance he has been facing. He believes very firmly that he is acting on the orders of God Almighty and that anyone, be it the head of the CIA or some rogue reporter, must be punished for daring to thwart the Will of God!
Note: After our recent dissection of Bush’s erratic and peculiar behavior in the White House, as reported by a member of the Press Pool, the ‘Madness of King George’ has gotten world-wide attention and a number of foreign papers are beginning to ask questions about the President’s sanity. Tbrnews, however, is never credited with bringing these facts to the public attention but, in the final analysis, all of us here are satisfied that the world is finally learning what happens when the lunatics run the asylum. Ed.

`This World Monetary System Is On the Way to the Burial Grounds'
Neo-Cons Being Pushed Aside?

The Liberal Warriors And Airbrushers by John Pilger
At the height of his "popularity", fewer Americans voted for him than for any modern era president - 27 per cent of the electorate. No other post-1945 president, apart from George W Bush, presided over such a distortion in the economic life of the United States. Billions were taken from ordinary Americans and handed, in tax cuts, to the richest 5 per cent. The Reagan regime helped create the Taliban and supplied Saddam Hussein with chemical weapons. An anti-apartheid sanctions bill was passed in congress only after Reagan tried to veto it. Above all, it was Reagan's secret, illegal and murderous attacks on Central America, one of the world's poorest regions, for which he ought to be remembered. The Observer writer Paul Harris did make a passing reference to the Iran-Contra affair and the "public row" that "claimed some

Top 10 Things You Never Knew About Mohamed Atta
From:"Welcome to Terrorland: Mohamed Atta & the 9/11 Cover-up in Florida."

Reagan Funeral Costing D.C. $2.3 Million - D.C. Poverty!

Waste of resources!
WASHINGTON (AP) - City Administrator Robert C. Bobb said the cost of Ronald Reagan's funeral to the District of Columbia, as of Wednesday morning, was $2.3 million ``and increasing.''
Adoration of Reagan hardly universal
Four decades after civil rights and antipoverty proponents urged people to ''get on the bus,'' local activists want low-income families to join a caravan in the fall to Washington, D.C., for a national rally against poverty.
The federal Section 8 housing program helps low-income Americans afford decent places to live. But now it's about to be trimmed, meaning it will serve fewer people, or serve them less well - or both.

Reagan is dead but still stealing our money! Amid tributes, activists lament Reagan's failure on homelessness
After eight years of Reaganomics - - and the slashes in low-income housing and social welfare programs that went along with it -- they were seemingly everywhere

CELEBRATE BROOKLYN COMMUNITIES BLOCK PARTY AND RALLY AGAINST THE RATNER/NETS ARENA AND HIGH RISE DEVELOPMENT Saturday June 19th, 2pm Pacific Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues Prospect Heights, Brooklyn
As developer Bruce Ratner's plan to build a new arena and high rise buildings in Brooklyn continues apace, the affected communities are coming together to draw the publics attention to exactly what is at stake. On June 19, 2004 in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, a consortium of activist groups will be hosting the Celebrate Our Communities Block Party, an event celebrating the Prospect Heights/Fort Greene communities, while affirming the right of individuals everywhere to have a say in development projects that affect them

Army Withholds Chemical Attack Antidote
Despite the interest of emergency officials, the government is refusing to provide U.S. communities an antidote controlled by the Army and stockpiled by other countries to treat victims of a chemical terror attack.

'Convict Him Or Kill Him' The Night They Came To Kill Me by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
On Oct. 6, 1986, a virtual army of more than 400 armed personnel descended upon the town of Leesburg, Virginia, for a raid on the offices of EIR and its associates, and also deployed for another, darker mission. The premises at which I was residing at that time were surrounded by an armed force, while aircraft, armored vehicles, and other personnel waited for the order to move in shooting. Fortunately, the killing did not happen, because someone with higher authority than the Justice Department Criminal Division head William Weld, ordered the attack on me called off. The forces readied to move in on me, my wife, and a number of my associates, were pulled back in the morning.

Scientists now able to explore creating genetically engineered superbugs, plus the means to mass-produce and spread them
U.S. bioterrorism research leaps past defensive tactics.

Inland Latinos Alarmed by New Border Patrol Sweeps
U.S. Border Patrol agents have arrested more than 150 suspected illegal immigrants during a major sweep in Riverside and San Bernardino counties that has caused panic in some heavily Latino neighborhoods.

Woody Allen: I do not idolise the young. They're illiterate He despairs of youth culture. So why has Woody Allen made a film with the star of American Pie?
There was a time when, offered the chance to interview Woody Allen, I'd have accepted with a mixture of excitement, awe and not a little love. Yes: once upon a time, Woody was one of my heroes.

G8 Protesters Confront Police In Savannah
An impromptu march by 20 anti-G8 protesters in downtown Savannah drew swarms of police Wednesday, but a brief face-off between anarchists and riot officers ended without violence or arrests

Bush 41 And The Reagan Assassination Attempt
On the night after the assassination attempt, Scott Hinkley, John Hinkley Jr's brother was scheduled to have dinner with Neil Bush, who is Vice President Bush Sr's son. They intelligently canceled the dinner after some of the media picked up on this story.

G8 seeks to help create world peacekeeping force
The Group of Eight (G8) industrial nations intends to help create a global peacekeeping force of more than 50,000 people over the next five to six years, senior US officials have said.

A suspected nail bomb has exploded in a shopping street in the German city of Cologne, injuring at least 17 people, four seriously, authorities say.

London Mayor Ken Livingstone and Simon Aronowitz"I want the powers of the Mayor of Moscow"
London Mayoral Hustings

Further evidence that FBI was informed of 9/11 terror attacks
Investigations by families of the victims of the September 11 terror attacks have revealed that the American and British authorities received several warnings that Al Qaeda was planning to hijack US airplanes

A newly-formed group of Christian activists has begun plans to encourage up to 12,000 like-minded individuals to move to South Carolina. Their hope is to eventually withdraw that state from the United States and "reestablish the sovereign Christian nation of South Carolina
Group Wants Christians To Fill S.C., Secede

Report: More Spam Violates Law
The federal government's highly touted anti-spam law is being widely disregarded by spammers, according to a new study that shows fewer junk e-mailers are complying with the statute's labeling requirements.

Florida orders new purge of voter list
The last time Florida conducted a purge of felons from its voter rolls, in the notorious 2000 presidential election, gaping inaccuracies in the list caused tens of thousands of eligible voters to be wrongfully disenfranchised, almost certainly the biggest single factor denying Al Gore the keys to the White House.

You don't know shit about Iraq
Well, I'm here to finally tell you what you what no one else seems willing to say: you don't know shit about Iraq. In fact, you don't even know how much shit there is about Iraq that you don't know.

US invasion of Iraq may lead countries to stock WMDs
The Iraq war could incite some countries to acquire weapons of mass destructions to avoid any future invasion by the US, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) said on Wednesday.

Lincoln suicide poem believed found
SPRINGFIELD, Illinois (AP) -- A presidential historian has found a poem about suicide that he believes might have been written by Abraham Lincoln.

Section A - What is Anarchism?
Anarchism is a political theory which aims to create anarchy, "the absence of a master, of a sovereign." [P-J Proudhon, What is Property , p. 264] In other words, anarchism is a political theory which aims to create a society within which individuals freely co-operate together as equals. As such anarchism opposes all forms of hierarchical control - be that control by the state or capitalist - as harmful to the individual and their individuality as well as unnecessary

Working Group Report On Detainee Interrogations in the Global War onTerrorism; Assessment of Legal, Historical, Policy, and Operational Considerations 6 March 2003
Classified by: Secretary Rumsfeld Reason: 1.5 (C) Declassify on: 10 years

Bill Moyers Profiles Tom DeLay and His Alleged Fundraising Improprieties
He's been called the master of money, politics, and power. NOW with Bill Moyers profiles House Majority Leader Tom DeLay and reports on the criminal investigation into his alleged fundraising improprieties in "DELAY, INCORPORATED" on Friday, June 11 at 9pm (check local listings) on PBS.

LaRouche understands world history and culture. He understands the conundrum we are facing. "Reality is what happens when civilizations themselves are threatened with collapse. We are now at a breaking point, of potential collapse of world civilization," he said recently.
Too Soon to Give Up On Democracy By Henry Makow Ph.D.

How To Lead the United States Out of Its Current Tragedy by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
The following is Presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche's opening statement and some of the question-and-answer dialogue which occurred during a press availability for the candidate in New Jersey on May 21.

LaRouche: Bankrupt Speculators With $25 Per Barrel Oil
In a declaration of war against the speculators who had pushed the price of crude oil above $42 a barrel, and are launching it towards $50-60, 2004 Presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche called on May 28 for the price of oil to be set at a target price of $25-26 per barrel, by nation-to-nation contracts, in order to bankrupt and take away the power of the speculators, and restore order to the oil market.

"The Synarchist movement is an international movement born after the Versailles Treaty, which was financed and directed by certain financial groups belonging to the top international banking community. Its aim is essentially to overthrow in every country, where they exist, the parliamentary regimes which are considered insufficiently devoted to the interests of these groups and therefore, too difficult to control because of the number of persons required to control them.
The Fascist Roots Of the Wolfowitz Cabal

AN industrial park in northern Gaza that provides jobs for more than 4,000 Palestinians is to close. The Erez industrial zone will be shut down as part of Israel’s plan to withdraw from the Gaza Strip.
Critics have argued the decision may mean the end of the whole concept of economic co-operation between Israel and Palestine. "This is a classic lose-lose situation," Arie Aron, economics professor at Ben Gurion University told AP.

Fiction has its place -- especially at the time of one's passing. And so, the American airwaves glisten these days with tales about how it was Ronald Reagan who engineered the defeat of communism and the end of the Cold War.
Gorby had the lead role, not Gipper

Wednesday, June 09, 2004

Ex-C.I.A. Aides Say Iraq Leader Helped Agency in 90's Attacks  

Bombs Sabotage C.I.A. WOW! I didn't know the C.I.A. would do something like that?!
Iyad Allawi, now the designated prime minister of Iraq, ran an exile organization intent on deposing Saddam Hussein that sent agents into Baghdad in the early 1990's to plant bombs and sabotage government facilities under the direction of the C.I.A., several former intelligence officials say.

COUP D'ETAT: The Real Reason Tenet and Pavitt Resigned from the CIA on June 3rd and 4th
Bush, Cheney Indictments in Plame Case Looming

TRIPOD II AND FEMA Lack of NORAD Response on 9/11 Explained
JUNE 5, 2004: 1900 PDT (FTW) -- The "Tripod II," joint New York City-Department of Justice biowarfare exercise, scheduled for Sept 12th 2001 at New York's Pier 29, and revealed in testimony by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani at the 9/11 Commission, may become one of the single most important disclosures of 9/11. I salute the work done by INN Global Free Press at http://inn.globalfreepress.com. But the "FEMA-Kennedy arrived in NY on Sept. 10th" myth is pure poison and absolutely incorrect. It originated from a CBS News interview conducted by Dan Rather shortly after the attacks. That interview, and the claim that it implies prior knowledge on the part of the Massachusetts FEMA Task Force, has been linked on multiple web sites and postings with Tripod and other 9/11 wargames. This erroneous story is dangerously useful for the cover-up, and it's time to give it the axe.

Reagan: "It wasn't a buildup, it was just a spend-up," Sprey said. Reagan gave money to defense contractors for weapons while funds for troops, maintenance and training languished. For example, not only did Reagan approve construction of the costly B-2 bomber, Sprey said, he also resurrected the B-1 bomber, a problem-plagued program that the Air Force didn't want and the Carter administration canceled.
Reagan's generosity also bred waste and excess in the defense industry, Gansler said, leading to scandals after which Congress scolded the military for spending hundreds of dollars on spare parts such as hammers and toilet seats. That led to the formation of the Packard Commission during Reagan's second term, a group led by computer executive David Packard on which Gansler served.

The government has long denied that two days after the 9/11 attacks, the three were allowed to fly
TIA now verifies flight of Saudis

Ronald Reagan (1911-2004): An Obituary By David North
But nothing could have quite prepared the innocent bystander for the eruption of dishonest, cynical and preposterously stupid propaganda with which the media and political establishment have responded to the death of Reagan.

The Reagan-Haters Why do they hate him? For all the most horrible reasons
Amid the near-unanimity of the panegyrics for Ronald Reagan – emanating from both the left and the right – the few dissenters stand out in their utter wrongheadedness.

Tampa airport confirms mystery flight
Tampa, FL, Jun. 9 (UPI) -- Tampa (Fla.) International Airport has confirmed three young Saudi men were flown out of the facility two days after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

What a Kerry Regime Would Mean for the Balkans
Kerry: Democratic challenger who has vowed to stay the course in Iraq while maintaining big government and increasing troop numbers, a challenger whose old-guard allies also used cunning and deceit to start an illegal war in Kosovo?

Do you support the constitution? YOU'RE A TERRORIST SUSPECT!
From those same lovable folks who brought you the crimes and abuses of COINTELPRO comes the following brochure, printed at taxpayer expense by the FBI and intended to be issued to law enforcement, requesting that the Joint Terrorism Task Force be called in the event suspicious behavior is witnessed.

iCon: The Constitution Of the United States on your iPod
iCon: The Constitution Of the United States on your iPod.

Ronald Reagan's support for mujaheddin fighters helped oust the Soviet Union from Afghanistan in 1989, a defeat that ultimately contributed to the communist superpower's own collapse
Reagan's Legacy in Afghanistan Debated.

$100 Million Wasted While Some Soldiers Paid Their Own Way, Thousands of Pentagon Airline Tickets Went Unused
The Department of Defense spent at least $100 million for airline tickets it did not use, a new congressional report found, even as some troops serving in Iraq were forced to dip into their own pockets to get home on leave.

UMRC-Uranium Medical Research Centre
Current and recent developments, published research, conference proceedings, reports and ... how to get them

Remembering the Dead: Reagan Armed Iraq and Iran in 1980s War That Killed Over 1 Million
We look at the policies of the Reagan administration in the Middle East, specifically during the Iran-Iraq war, one of the bloodiest conflicts in modern times in which more than a million people were killed

The Reagan-Saddam Connection: "We Create These Monsters And When It's Not Convenient We Cover Them Up"
Journalist Alan Friedman author of Spider's Web: The Secret History of How the White House Illegally Armed Iraq discusses how Reagan normalized U.S. relations with Iraq and sold chemical weapons to Saddam Hussein

Our report card on the 101 best and worst cities in America
Our sources included the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) most recent tally of facilities creating hazardous waste; the EPA's Total Environmental Release data (courtesy of Scorecard.org), a.k.a. the amount of that waste being released into the air, water, and land; and, lastly, the number of Superfund sites, places so dirty they qualified for federal cleanup funds. Time to buy a biohazard suit? Only if the powers-that-be don't wake up and smell the fumes.

Prompted by demands from two members of Congress that EPA remove its web links to Scorecard, the agency has expedited an internal review of its policy on web links to outside groups.

Fires Destroy Archives of Saddam Rule Archives of Saddam Rule Were Destroyed at Iraqi National Library As Baghdad Fell
Instead, the fires apparently were aimed at destroying sensitive records about Saddam Hussein's government, said Mary-Jane Deeb, a specialist on the Arab world at the Library of Congress

Tuesday, June 08, 2004

2,000 Body Bags and Detention Center Readied For G8 Protesters 

"This is real scary shit," says Jay Thompson, a Delta flight attendant, who has decided to sit out the siege at home. "We never had a war here. We're not used to seeing tanks and guns on American soil. This is stuff you see in movies."
The body bags have been shipped in, locals are running scared, and foreigners are being arrested and deported. Organisers of this week's G8 Summit are taking no chances with security. E Jane Dickson reports from a community under siege
Lockdown on Sea Island

Reagan Didn't End the Cold War
Ronald Reagan's biggest crimes were the bloody military actions to suppress social and political change in El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala and Afghanistan, but I'd like to deal here with the media's gushing about Reagan's supposed role in ending the cold war. In actuality, he prolonged it. Here is something I wrote for my book Killing Hope.

Spare me the heapings of praise for Ronald Reagan. He was one of the worst presidents we've ever had.
Reagan was responsible for killing tens of thousands of innocent people in El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, and Honduras as he waged illegal wars and funded brutal militaries. The truth commission of El Salvador investigated the murders of 75,000 people during the civil war in the 1980s, and it found that the Salvadoran military, or death squads connected to the military, had committed the bulk of those crimes. At the time, Bush was lavishing hundreds of millions of dollars on the Salvadoran government, and his CIA was working with the death squads.

New York, NY- The Starbucks Baristas Union and community members across the country have condemned repeated attempts by the company to deny workers a fair vote on the Union. While paying lip-service to respecting the choice of employees, Starbucks has deployed a variety of crude tactics in an effort to defeat the IWW IU/660, which would be the first union certified in the United States at the mammoth chain. Supporters around the country and internationally are contacting Starbucks demanding they live up to their rhetoric. If Starbucks really is a bastion of worker benefits, what is Chairman Howard Schultz, who raked in over $17 million last year, so scared of? The truth is Starbucks, with its poverty wages and rampant repetitive-stress dangers, resembles a sweatshop more than it does a decent place to work. Please write to Howard Schultz to tell him you want UNION MADE COFFEE or you'll take your business elsewhere: hschultz@starbucks.com
Starbucks Union Unveils “Fact Sheet for Guests”
New York, NY- Starbucks workers here have organized a union with the Industrial Workers of the World IU/660 and have submitted union cards today to the NLRB for a certification election. The workers are poised to become the first Starbucks Baristas union certified in the country.

Florida elections division chief quits amid controvery on voter rolls
The head of Florida's elections division resigned Monday amid reports he was feeling political heat over a push to purge thousands of suspected felons from the state's voter rolls

Cheney Now Hides His Criticism of Reagan
Last week, Cheney said, "during the decisive years of the Cold War, I saw the conviction and the moral courage of Ronald Reagan". Yet it was Cheney who, as a top leader in the U.S. House of Representatives, said Reagan was "tolerating a decision-making process in the upper reaches of the Administration that lacked integrity and accountability"

Stop Republicans from putting Reagan on the dollar
Ok, this has gotten out of hand much sooner than I predicted. The Republicans in the House and Senate are now talking about putting Reagan on either the $10 or $20 dollar bill, or on half of the dimes (Roosevelt would get the other half of the dimes).
S10 Ronald Reagan

Reagan: Will the Earth Accept His Corpse?
The Nature of Ronald Reagan

The Hinckley Double
A Federal judge yesterday ordered a psychiatric examination for the 22-year-old unemployed man who was charged in Manhattan Tuesday with threatening to kill President Reagan. Other authorities said the man had indicated he was motivated to commit violence by a "prophetic dream."

"Right now, about the only thing known for certain is that the accused, the slain children and their mothers were all living in the United States illegally," writes the Washington Times' editors. "Marylanders have not been strangers to crimes committed by illegals. Sniper Lee Malvo is an illegal immigrant. So, too, was the Peruvian who killed Baltimore County Police Sgt. Mark Parry in 2002 by crashing into his patrol car. There also is Jose Alvarado, who molested two boys in Montgomery County. He served 18 months in jail after molesting a boy and was deported to El Salvador in 1998. Then, he illegally re-entered the United States and made his way to the Rockville area, where he molested another child last year."

There Will be a Change of Regime in This Country by George Soros
Transcript of the Remarks at the 'Take Back America' Conference'

Noam Chomsky on Reagan's Legacy
Bush Has Resurrected"The Most Extremist, Arrogant, Violent and Dangerous Elements" of Reagan's White House

The Attempted Coup D'Etat of March 30, 1981
For Bush, the vice presidency was not an end in itself, but merely another stage in the ascent towards the pinnacle of the federal bureaucracy, the White House. With the help of his Brown Brothers, Harriman/Skull and Bones network, Bush had now reached the point where but a single human life stood between him and the presidency

A military vehicle drives through downtown Brunswick, Ga., Sunday, June 6, 2004
The coastal area including the site of this week's G-8 Summit has quickly been transformed from a series of quaint tourist towns and resort islands to a military security zone

Police practice maneuvers during G-8 crowd control training in Savannah, Georgia
The leaders of eight industrial powers are looking to heal their rifts and close ranks over the future of Iraq as they hold their annual summit this week under unprecedented security

BAD NEWS: U.S. roadways opened to Mexican trucks
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that the Bush administration can skip a lengthy environmental study and open U.S. roadways to Mexican trucks as soon as it wishes.

Few Protesters In Savannah On Eve Of G8 Summit
Authorities had prepared themselves for G8 protesters to begin taking the streets Monday, but so far, things still are quiet.

Hard Truth About US Oil Reserves
“The fact that the United States and the rest of the world will have to depend increasingly for oil and natural gas from Middle East is not a matter of ideology or politics.It is simply inevitable."

"Reagan took a swipe at Bush during the 2000 GOP convention... 'The big elephant sitting in the corner is that George W. Bush is simply unqualified for the job... What's his accomplishment?
"My father crapped bigger ones than George Bush," says the former president's son, in a flame-throwing conversation about the war and the Bush administration's efforts to lay claim to the Reagan legacy."

Hinckley - Bush Family Friend - Nears Release
John Hinckley Jr., who shot Ronald Reagan in 1981, is about to be partially released from confinement after testimony from government psychiatrists. Hinckley's family and the family of President George W. Bush have long, complicated ties that have been little reported. Hinckley's brother was scheduled to have dinner at the home of the current President Bush's brother the day after the assassination attempt.

Fahrenheit 9/11 finds coalition of willing distributors
After being famously dropped by Disney, Michael Moore's award-winning documentary Fahrenheit 9/11 has finally secured US distribution and will hit American cinemas on June 25

Ineptness By Law Enforcement Goes Unexplained In Wash-DC Sniper Case
Hope that your country never has to fight a trained terrorist. The nationwide killing spree by the Beltway Snipers, while the nation stood on alert for terrorist attacks, will likely cause local police and federal investigators some agony.

Saddam trial ’may lack evidence’
Iraqi legal experts are warning of the huge difficulties ahead in finding decisive evidence of Saddam Hussein’s guilt in crimes committed by his regime in Iraq - Because "we don’t have a smoking gun to convict Saddam. We will need witnesses, documents,"

Where Big Brother Snoops on Americans 24/7
Customers of the Bank of America branch at 3625 Fairfax Drive in Arlington, Virginia, often wonder about the Arlington police car that is always parked in front of the building in the next block

When Chad Taylor noticed his son was apparently experiencing serious side effects from Ritalin prescribed for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, he decided to take the boy off the medication. Now, he says he may be accused of child abuse.
When It Comes to Mental Illness, Parents Face Dilemmas Over Medication, Talk Therapy

Students Mobilize Against the Draft
A petition is circulating at the school and students are sending e-mails and writing letters to their congressmen in protest of two bills: U.S. Senate Bill 89 and House Bill 163. The bill would require all young persons in the United States between the ages of 18 and 26, including women, to perform a period of military service or civilian service.

Just How Bizarre Have Things Become? Take This Quiz and Find Out
Take This Quiz and Find Out.

Will Postman Ring Twice After Postal Reform?
But what about technology? The explosion in electronic communication, which threatens to make the old- fashioned first-class letter obsolete, may at last accomplish what the natural elements have failed to do: Stop the mailman in his tracks.

Conspiracy theories about how the kidnapped American died in Iraq are flying around the world. Richard Neville explores the explanations
Who killed Nick Berg?

Miami jewelry supplier laundered more than $7 million in drugs profits through his business in meetings with more than 20 Colombian drug dealers as federal agents worked undercover to take advantage of the same services, federal prosecutors charged Monday
Miami jewelry supplier charged with laundering $7 million

Plug Pulled on Rome Radio Stations Covering Bush Protests
Italy's largest electric company pulled the plug on two left-wing radio stations the morning of U.S President George W. Bush's visit to Pope John Paul II at the Vatican.

NYC: Police will decide what is noise and what isn't!
Bloomberg Seeks to Toughen Code for Noise in City.

The Disinformation Book of Lists Subversive Facts and Hidden Information in Rapid-Fire Format Written by Russ Kick
The Disinformation Book of Lists

''National IQ test''
A national IQ test is scheduled for November. The world nervously waits to discover just how gullible the moderate American majority really is.

''Was Reagan responsible for the Soviet Union's downfall?''
George F. Kennan agrees. The former U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union, and father of the theory of "containment" of the same country, asserts that "the suggestion that any United States administration had the power to influence decisively the course of a tremendous domestic political upheaval in another great country on another side of the globe is simply childish." He contends that the extreme militarization of American policy strengthened hard-liners in the Soviet Union. "Thus the general effect of Cold War extremism was to delay rather than hasten the great change that overtook the Soviet Union."

Punk Rock Guitarist Robert Quine Found Dead
Guitarist Robert Quine, one of punk rock's most daring soloists, was found dead Saturday in his New York apartment. He was 61.

Monday, June 07, 2004

Ronald Reagan was a conman. Reagan was a coward. Reagan was a killer.  

Well, my friends, you can rest easier tonight: the Rat is dead.

Killer, coward, conman. Ronald Reagan, good-bye and good riddance.

The New York Times today, in its canned obit, wrote that Reagan projected, "faith in small town America" and "old-time values." "Values" my ass. It was union busting and a declaration of war on the poor and anyone who couldn't buy designer dresses. It was the New Meanness, bringing starvation back to America so that every millionaire could get another million.
Reagan, with that film-fantasy tough-guy con in front of cameras, went begging like a coward cockroach to Khomeini pleading on bended knee for the release of our hostages.

Build It With Solar
Environment California's Solar Homes bill (SB 1652-Murray) would make solar power a standard feature on a percentage of new homes in California beginning in 2006.

US mulls relocating Marines in Japan
The United States plans to relocate some of its about 14,000 Marine Corps troops stationed in Japan's southmost island Okinawa to the northern Japanese prefecture Hokkaido, a major Japanese daily reported Monday.

The Real Reagan
May his spirit rest in peace now, and may the "Spirit" of this great nation take heed. Ronald Reagan is going to be tributed with being the great optimist who took America forward. For whom? For what?

GM to Pour Billions Into China
The world's top car maker, General Motors Corp., said on Monday it will invest over $3 billion in China over the next three years and more than double capacity as it ups the stakes in its battle with market leader Volkswagen.

There over 600 prison camps in the United States, all fully operational and ready to receive prisoners. They are all staffed and even surrounded by full-time guards, but they are all empty. These camps are to be operated by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) should Martial Law need to be implemented in the United States

Ronald Reagan's "Evil Empire"
The world's top car maker, General Motors Corp., said on Monday it will invest over $3 billion in China over the next three years and more than double capacity as it ups the stakes in its battle with market leader Volkswagen.

U.S. Sen. John Edwards at Bilderberg
Among the 100 or so invitees to the annual Bilderberg conference under way Sunday in a northern Italy resort is potential U.S. vice president John Edwards.

Dentist who was writing book about hijackers falls ill
A dentist who claims he met three of the Sept. 11 hijackers in Shreveport one year before the attacks has mysteriously fallen ill and is on life support.

Reagan dead 23 years after hit by Bush cabal
After he was shot... two months into his presidency... he told his wife, Nancy: "Honey, I forgot to duck."

Planet Reagan
In this mourning space, however, there must be room made for the truth. Writer Edward Abbey once said, "The sneakiest form of literary subtlety, in a corrupt society, is to speak the plain truth. The critics will not understand you; the public will not believe you; your fellow writers will shake their heads."

Reagan Redux
Ronald Reagan had the birth of a deity. Within 20 minutes of his inauguration, Iran freed the hostages that wimpy Jimmy Carter had been unable to rescue. I was 11 years old at the time and impressed but baffled. How had he done it?

66 (Unflattering) Things About Ronald Reagan
The firing of the air traffic controllers, winnable nuclear war, recallable nuclear missiles, trees that cause pollution, Elliott Abrams lying to Congress, ketchup as a vegetable, colluding with Guatemalan thugs, pardons for F.B.I. lawbreakers, voodoo economics, budget deficits, toasts to Ferdinand Marcos, public housing cutbacks, redbaiting the nuclear freeze movement, James Watt.

Sunday, June 06, 2004


Gasoline Costs 5 Cents a Gallon in Iraq Thanks to US Taxpayers
"The U.S. taxpayer has a right to be indignant, and Iraqis have to be warned about the long-run damages of this," said Anthony Cordesman, an Iraq analyst with the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. "The minute the aid goes out, the party is over. And there's going to be a hell of a hangover."

US to hand over Saddam to Iraqis
Ousted Iraqi President Saddam Hussain, now being detained by the United States at an undisclosed location in the country, may soon find himself in the custody of the Iraqi authorities

US Police State: When writer Elena Lappin flew to LA, she dreamed of a sunkissed, laid-back city. But that was before airport officials decided to detain her as a threat to security
Welcome to America

Elder Bush recalls man of principles-Elder Bush: Reagan Helped Push For New World Order
"I think history will give him great credit for standing for a few principles, and standing firmly for those principles, and thus setting an example for the American people, whether they agreed with him or not,"

Russian Military To Join Bush's Wars?
Officers at the central staff of the Defense Ministry say that Russian troops will join the counter-terrorism coalition in Afghanistan and Iraq soon. Even the date is given: October or November this year

Former President Ronald Reagan Dead: Shocking Facts and Important Questions
Bush Son Had Dinner Plans With Hinckley Brother Before Shooting

9/11 family members reveal little about closed-door briefing
Family members of passengers aboard the four airplanes hijacked on Sept. 11, 2001 said Friday that a meeting with federal officials had reinforced their belief that everyone aboard the doomed flights was a hero

Iraqi artist beaten by Minneapolis police officers
“This is the freedom of which Bush speaks? It’s not terrorism to hit me in the street for no reason?”

U.S. sees sign of Moscow colluding with communist regime
Russia backs N. Korea in nuke talks

Coca-Cola's Unexpected Summer Police State Propaganda
GPS Satellite Tracking is cool and can win you great prizes! Next it's the implanted chip which will be the new fad. "But Mommy, all the other kids are getting one, why can't I be cool? They might bully me!"

UQ Wire: Mapping The Real Deal - Cui Bono 9/11?
Mapping The Real Deal

New pro-Israel campaign targets high school students
The newest target of pro-Israel advocates is high school students.

Wal-Mart Stores have enjoyed more than $1 billion in economic development subsidies from state and local governments across the United States
Report: Wal-Mart growth often subsidized by taxpayers

Gold, Oil and a Major Terrorist Attack
Let me just say from the outset that the Federal Reserve has confirmed our Stock Market Crash forecast by raising the Money Supply (M-3) by crisis proportions, up another 46.8 billion this past week. What awful calamity do they see? Something is up. This is unprecedented, unheard-of pre-catastrophe M-3 expansion. M-3 is up an amount that we've never seen before without a crisis - $155 billion over the past 4 weeks, a $2.0 trillion annualized pace, a 22.2 percent annualized rate of growth!!! There must be a crisis of historic proportions coming, and the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States is making sure that there is enough liquidity in place to protect our nation's fragile financial system. The amazing thing is, the Fed's actions mean they know what is about to happen. They are aware of a terrible, horrific imminent event. What could it be?

N.Y. Times Photographs of Bush & Kerry: The Tally
The single most glaring evidence of photographic bias is that the Times ran more, larger and better photos of their preferred presidential candidate campaigning than photos of the sitting President of the United States

Israeli barrier blocks access to basic services
“The restriction of movement has greatly complicated the situation here and has had a major impact on health and education services, as well as the economy,”

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