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Tuesday, August 24, 2004

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ATTENTION: My apologies for anyone who stops by. I have no idea how this happened. I'm missing half of the code in my template that's why almost all of the links are missing and to my dismay I hadn't made a back-up recently so I'm going to have to rebuild. So please be patient. I'm not sure what happened. As soon as I figure it out or get the energy thi3rdeye will be back up and running...I can be contacted at sergizallo@hotmail.com

Russian Plane Crashes, Another Disappears
A Russian airliner crashed and a second disappeared from radar about the same time Tuesday night after both planes took off from the Moscow airport, raising fears that terrorism was involved.

Moscow bus stop explosion caused by bomb
There is preliminary information that the explosion at a Moscow bus stop resulted from a bomb equivalent to 100-200 grams TNT, a city police source told Itar-Tass.

The Navy plans to begin testing a new method for hunting hostile submarines this fall off the coast of Japan, and the test will include looking for the real thing: diesel-electric North Korean and Chinese subs prowling in the Sea of Japan
Sub hunt risks stirring up China, North Korea.

U.S. Judge Denies Permit for Republican Convention Protest
U.S. District Judge William Pauley III said in his 35-page ruling issued today that he still hoped the two sides could ``bridge their differences'' to allow a protest in the park.

U.S. Would Feel First Strike of Presidential Nuke Directive
First Strike

You're Guilty Until Proven More Guilty!
If you don't know your rights then you have no rights



Monday, August 23, 2004

thi3rdeye 

Secretive testing firms certify nation's vote count machines
The three companies that certify the nation's voting technologies operate in secrecy, and refuse to discuss flaws in the ATM-like machines to be used by nearly one in three voters in November.

All About Money
By printing currency, loosening credit, and "buying" government securities, the Fed has "created" $2,033,800,000,000 additional dollars for Uncle $ugar--in three and a half years!

Meat-Eaters Soak Up the World's Water
A change in diets may be necessary to enable developing countries to feed their people, say scientists.

Wide U.S. Inquiry Into Purchasing for Health Care
The Justice Department has opened a broad criminal investigation of the medical-supply industry, apparently to determine whether hospitals and other medical care providers are fraudulently overcharging Medicare and other federal and state health programs for a wide array of goods - from rubber gloves to drugs to X-ray machines..

Officials Question Plan to Split Up CIA
Officials reacted warily to a proposal by key Republican senators to transfer the nation's major intelligence gathering from the CIA and the Pentagon to control by a new director.

More Holes in the Official Story:
The 9/11 Cell Phone Calls.

Israelis don't get it. Big companies like HP don’t make idle threats. They take action
So Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ) is threatening to withdraw its investments in Israel and move its production and R&D facilities to more attractive locations, such as Singapore. They're threatening us? We'll show them! We Israelis have a natural tendency to ridicule external threats. United Nations-Shmunited Nations; that's nothin'.

Breaking News: Watch the Crash as it Unfolds
If Saudi oil is truly in decline, $50 oil will seem cheap in near future. Throw in a terrorist attack on Saudi oil infrastructure, or the overthrow of the House of Saud, along with the fact that the world's second largest oil field, "Cantarrel," is also dying.

Dissent Must Come Alive in New York
Protesters need not Fear that they will be Playing into the Hands of Bush's Campaign Strategy.

Arundhati Roy: Life Comes Between a Firebrand and Her Fiction
The applause started at 7:40 p.m., when she was first introduced to the overflow crowd at the San Francisco Hilton. By the time Arundhati Roy finished an hour later -- by the time this novelist-activist-public intellectual completed her speech titled "Public Power in the Age of Empire" - - the audience had given her two standing ovations, 20 more rounds of applause and countless variations of more personal salutations like, "That's right!"

Officials Question Plan to Split Up CIA
Officials reacted warily to a proposal by key Republican senators to transfer the nation's major intelligence gathering from the CIA and the Pentagon to control by a new director.

Mankind's Unmentionable Secret
The problem is that our money is created in the form of credit extended by a group of private bankers, who manufacture it out of thin air.

Soccer: We're No Symbol of Freedom, Iraq Coach Says
Iraq's Olympic soccer coach said Monday his side should not be seen as a symbol of freedom, taking issue with a campaign commercial for President Bush.

French investigators skeptical about unknown group that claimed responsibility for attack on Paris Jewish center
Still, investigators said they are not ruling out any suspects in the fire early Sunday at a Jewish meeting place and soup kitchen in eastern Paris. No one was hurt.

How Do They Get Away With It?
It is not an enjoyable experience watching the Republican Party descend into the depths of propaganda and falsehood. Today's disaffected Republicans once believed the GOP to be the party of principle. Any remaining claim to principle ended with Bush's invasion of Iraq.

Belgium is one of the world's 20 countries best-connected to the Internet. By tradition, it strongly respects civil liberties, but it was also one of the first to monitor Internet traffic
Belgium was one of the first European countries to pass a law obliging ISPs to retain data about their customers' activity. In 2001, even before the 11 September attacks, the length of such retention was increased to one year. However, the royal decree implementing the measure was never issued. So ISPs still do not have to retain this data except for their own billing purposes.

115 Non-Aligned Nations Urge Sanctions Against Israel
Durban Declaration Avoids US Veto, Condemns Arafat’s Siege

UPI Interview with Gen. Hameed Gul - '911 was work of Mossad & CIA, not Bin Laden'
The retired Pakistani general who is closest to the Taliban and Osama bin Laden contends the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington were the work of renegade U.S. Air Force elements working with the Israelis.

Israeli Terrorists Mysteriously Released by Mexico
Israeli Terrorists Mysteriously Released by Mexico.

George Bush wants to turn Nevada into the nation’s nuclear waste dump; John Kerry disagrees. And Nevadans are switching their support from Bush to Kerry
Nevada’s summers are hot, but this summer seems hotter. The presidential campaign has ignited a local issue, and the entire state is heating up. Some Nevadans say President Bush is pulling a sneaky flip-flop, others say the president has been consistently wrong, but everyone agrees John Kerry is reaping the benefits.

The price of anarchy
"Mouth of the South" is a moniker Ted Turner has soundly earned. He has dismissed Christianity as a "religion for losers," ripped Catholic CNN staffers as "Jesus freaks" and, in February, called the Sept. 11 terrorists "brave."

Outsourcing and Patriotism
Lou Dobbs talks about how American businesses are putting their interests ahead of the national interest with the outsourcing of jobs.

The Thief of Baghdad
Missing: one-third of the Pentagon's equipment and $1.9 billion of Iraqi money. Guess who has it?

500 Tragic Years of Mayan Life, Shown in an Exhibition of Outreach and Hope
UATEMALA CITY, Aug. 22 - Guatemala is known by most of the world for the soaring pyramids of the ancient Maya and the colorful weavings of their contemporary descendants. Folkloric images of the Maya Indians have been used to help attract tourism to a nation that was until eight years ago ravaged by a three-decade civil war. But within Guatemala, the Maya are often treated with no such respect.

The Thief of Baghdad
Missing: one-third of the Pentagon's equipment and $1.9 billion of Iraqi money. Guess who has it?






Sunday, August 22, 2004

thi3rdeye 

Flashback: November 15, 2003 - New Jersey Buys $20 million in Israel Bonds
Governor James McGreevey (Far right) presents Israel Bonds President and CEO Joshua Matza (third from left) with a presentation check for $20 million signifying New Jersey's first ever purchase of Israelbonds.

When Gov. McGreevey asked the FBI to investigate an alleged extortion attempt by former aide Golan Cipel, the governor invited - perhaps inadvertently - intensified federal scrutiny of his own actions
McGreevey's call to FBI makes him fair game.

How deep is McGreevey scandal?
It’s the most sordid scandal in the history of New Jersey government. It involves gay sex, betrayal, rumors of pornographic tapes and serious national security concerns. And the details are far from all coming out.

The FBI's Miami field office says 74 people working with 16 different companies were indicted last year in federal court in Florida. About 49 of them have been convicted and other fugitives are believed to have fled to Israel, said Judy Orihuela, a spokeswoman for the Bureau's Miami office
Movers take off with property.

DU Syndrome Stricken Vets Denied Care
Pentagon Hides DU Dangers to Deny Medical Care to Vets.

WHR: The FBI knows of a man who was caught entering the lab where the Anthrax used in the letters was kept, after he had been fired for a racially motivated attack on a co-worker. So, why is the FBI wasting its time with Steven Hatfill?
THE HIDDEN ANTHRAX LETTERS SUSPECT

The price of anarchy
"Mouth of the South" is a moniker Ted Turner has soundly earned. He has dismissed Christianity as a "religion for losers," ripped Catholic CNN staffers as "Jesus freaks" and, in February, called the Sept. 11 terrorists "brave."

Terror watch lists are riddled with errors
As Americans debate the need to reorganize the intelligence system, they must have an open dialogue about what truly make them safer. Blacklisting the innocent is not the answer.

In a New Book, Buchanan Chastises Another Bush
On war, trade and immigration, "both Kerry and Bush have agreed on the positions that are producing this,'' he said. "True conservatives are not getting a hearing."






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