Saturday, October 09, 2004

BUSH is a MORON and a PUPPET - KERRY=More of the same... 

Bush was utterly incoherent
The Town Hall Debate.

Kerry plugs his conservative credentials in second presidential debate
The contradictions of the Kerry campaign—most acutely between his need to mobilize the overwhelmingly anti-war sentiment among Democratic voters and the even more critical task of reassuring the ruling elite.

The Democratic Party is, no less than its Republican counterpart, a political instrument of American imperialism, which considers the crushing of the Iraqi insurgency and the consolidation of US control over the country’s oil resources a vital interest. A Kerry presidency will be entrusted with the execution of this bloody task.

NOW: Third-Party Candidates and Platforms - NOW: Ralph Nader, Independent - Michael Badnarik, Libertarian Party - David Cobb, Green Party - Michael Peroutka, Constitution Party
What issues are the American people not hearing about from George Bush and John Kerry? David Brancaccio talks to four major third-party candidates about the topics they believe should be part of the national dialogue. Read about the candidates and their parties below, or learn more about role of third parties in this election year.

Pentagon memo shows the government has considered a new draft
Bush and Kerry Debate Idea of Military Draft.

Outrageous: The conservative-leaning Sinclair Broadcast Group, whose television outlets reach nearly a quarter of the nation's homes with TV, is ordering its stations to preempt regular programming just days before the Nov. 2 election to air a film that attacks Sen. John F. Kerry's activism against the Vietnam War, network and station executives familiar with the plan said Friday
Sinclair, with reach into many of the nation's homes, will preempt prime-time shows. Experts call the move highly unusual.

Report Cites U.S. Profits in Sale of Iraqi Oil Under Hussein
Major American oil companies and a Texas oil investor were among those who received lucrative vouchers that enabled them to buy Iraqi oil under the United Nations oil-for-food program.

Cartoon: Debatetronics by Steve Bradenton

Bush, read this: Afghanistan's first direct presidential election was thrust into turmoil hours after it started Saturday when all 15 candidates challenging interim leader Hamid Karzai said they would boycott the outcome
Opposition Alleges Afghan Election Fraud.

The Scary Little Man by William Rivers Pitt
Bush was every inch the angry man on Friday night, which is dangerous enough. But to witness anger combined with belligerent ignorance, with a willful denial of basic facts, to witness a man utterly incapable of admitting to any mistakes while his clear errors in judgment are costing his country in blood, to see that combination roiling within the man who is in charge of the most awesome military arsenal in the history of the planet, is more than dangerous.

Control of the world’s energy supplies, not peace and democracy, was the reason for the presence of foreign military in the Persian Gulf, according to a senior researcher for Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Iranian Researcher Says Oil Brings The West To Persian Gulf.

Brooklyn: The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to settle a Connecticut land dispute case that could have major implications for Forest City Ratner’s proposed Atlantic Yards project in Brooklyn.
Land grab goes to court Supreme Court will find when cities may seize land.

Brooklyn: Minister changes teams to support basketball arena
An influential Brooklyn religious leader plans to back developer Bruce Ratner's $2.5 billion arena project today - but critics are calling it a deal with the devil.

The Worst Way to Fight Terror by Rep. Ron Paul
The 9/11 Recommendations Implementation Act (H.R. 10) is yet another attempt to address the tH.R.eat of terrorism by giving more money and power to the federal bureaucracy.

Deconstruction icon Derrida dies
Jacques Derrida, one of France's most famous philosophers, has died at the age of 74.

The Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to decide when local governments may seize people's homes and businesses against their will to make way for projects like shopping malls and hotel complexes that produce more tax revenue
Court takes on question of seizing land.

Israel: Top adviser reveals Sharon set out to sabotage peace talks
Ariel Sharon’s chief adviser, Dov Weisglass, has admitted publicly that the Israeli prime minister formulated his plan for “unilateral withdrawal” in order to block peace negotiations with the Palestinian Authority and thus keep the majority of Jewish settlers in the West Bank—and that he did so with the full backing of the Bush administration.

Sidelined Neo-Cons Stoke Future Fires
A growing number of observers, particularly in the State Department and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), are coming to the conclusion that the neo-cons may actually enjoy greater influence if Bush wins re-election.

U.S. plan for Iraq starts with taming insurgents Plan to Invade 30 more cities
Pentagon planners and military commanders have identified roughly 20 to 30 towns and cities in Iraq.

US Strike Kills 11 at Iraqi Wedding
The U.S. military said a "precision strike" hit a house where Zarqawi associates were meeting in the north-west of the guerrilla-held city at 1:15 a.m. (11:15 p.m. British time on Thursday).

US Job Growth Weaker Than Expected
"It is a disappointing number, it suggests the economy is still not growing particularly quickly"

Free vote just illusion for millions of Afghans
Few women allowed to participate, says human rights group Men still rule their lives.

"My husband and his family, they say I cannot vote," the 24-year old mother of three said in her native Afghan Dari tongue. "All I am allowed to do is work at home, cooking and cleaning for my children and my husband, who when he does not like me, he beats me with a stick."

The Mystery of the Bulge in the Jacket
What was that bulge in the back of President Bush's suit jacket at the presidential debate in Miami last week?

Woman Appears In Court For Eating Candy At Metro Station
Stephanie Willett claims she was frisked under her shirt, handcuffed and held for three hours after a Metro transit officer confronted her for eating a candy bar on the escalator.

Weapons of Mass Destruction:Who Said What WhenThe Mystery of the Bulge in the Jacket

CounterPunch Wire May 29, 2003
Weapons of Mass Destruction: Who Said What When

Every day Saddam remains in power with chemical weapons, biological weapons, and the development of nuclear weapons is a day of danger for the United States.
Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-CT, September 4, 2002

Simply stated, there is no doubt that Saddam Hussein now has weapons of mass destruction. Dick Cheney August 26, 2002

If we wait for the danger to become clear, it could be too late.
Sen. Joseph Biden D-Del., September 4, 2002

Right now, Iraq is expanding and improving facilities that were used for the production of biological weapons. George W. Bush September 12, 2002

If he declares he has none, then we will know that Saddam Hussein is once again misleading the world. Ari Fleischer December 2, 2002

We know for a fact that there are weapons there. Ari Fleischer January 9, 2003

Our intelligence officials estimate that Saddam Hussein had the materials to produce as much as 500 tons of sarin, mustard and VX nerve agent. George W. Bush January 28, 2003

We know that Saddam Hussein is determined to keep his weapons of mass destruction, is determined to make more. Colin Powell February 5, 2003

Iraq both poses a continuing threat to the national security of the United States and international peace and security in the Persian Gulf region and remains in material and unacceptable breach of its international obligations by, among other things, continuing to possess and develop a significant chemical and biological weapons capability, actively seeking a nuclear weapons capability, and supporting and harboring terrorist organizations. Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-NY, February 5, 2003

We have sources that tell us that Saddam Hussein recently authorized Iraqi field commanders to use chemical weapons -- the very weapons the dictator tells us he does not have. George Bush February 8, 2003

So has the strategic decision been made to disarm Iraq of its weapons of mass destruction by the leadership in Baghdad? I think our judgment has to be clearly not.
Colin Powell March 8, 2003

Intelligence gathered by this and other governments leaves no doubt that the Iraq regime continues to possess and conceal some of the most lethal weapons ever devised.
George Bush March 18, 2003

We are asked to accept Saddam decided to destroy those weapons. I say that such a claim is palpably absurd. Tony Blair, Prime Minister 18 March, 2003

Well, there is no question that we have evidence and information that Iraq has weapons of mass destruction, biological and chemical particularly . . . all this will be made clear in the course of the operation, for whatever duration it takes.
Ari Fleisher March 21, 2003

There is no doubt that the regime of Saddam Hussein possesses weapons of mass destruction. As this operation continues, those weapons will be identified, found, along with the people who have produced them and who guard them.
Gen. Tommy Franks March 22, 2003

I have no doubt we're going to find big stores of weapons of mass destruction.
Kenneth Adelman, Defense Policy Board , March 23, 2003

One of our top objectives is to find and destroy the WMD. There are a number of sites. Pentagon Spokeswoman Victoria Clark March 22, 2003

We know where they are. They are in the area around Tikrit and Baghdad.
Donald Rumsfeld March 30, 2003

Saddam's removal is necessary to eradicate the threat from his weapons of mass destruction. Jack Straw, Foreign Secretary 2 April, 2003

Obviously the administration intends to publicize all the weapons of mass destruction U.S. forces find -- and there will be plenty.
Neocon scholar Robert Kagan April 9, 2003

I think you have always heard, and you continue to hear from officials, a measure of high confidence that, indeed, the weapons of mass destruction will be found.
Ari Fleischer April 10, 2003

We are learning more as we interrogate or have discussions with Iraqi scientists and people within the Iraqi structure, that perhaps he destroyed some, perhaps he dispersed some. And so we will find them.
George Bush April 24, 2003

Before people crow about the absence of weapons of mass destruction, I suggest they wait a bit. Tony Blair 28 April, 2003

There are people who in large measure have information that we need . . . so that we can track down the weapons of mass destruction in that country. Donald Rumsfeld April 25, 2003

We'll find them. It'll be a matter of time to do so.
George Bush May 3, 2003

I am confident that we will find evidence that makes it clear he had weapons of mass destruction. Colin Powell May 4, 2003

I never believed that we'd just tumble over weapons of mass destruction in that country. Donald Rumsfeld May 4, 2003

I'm not surprised if we begin to uncover the weapons program of Saddam Hussein -- because he had a weapons program. George W. Bush May 6, 2003

U.S. officials never expected that "we were going to open garages and find" weapons of mass destruction. Condoleeza Rice May 12, 2003

I just don't know whether it was all destroyed years ago -- I mean, there's no question that there were chemical weapons years ago -- whether they were destroyed right before the war, (or) whether they're still hidden.
Maj. Gen. David Petraeus,
Commander 101st Airborne May 13, 2003

Before the war, there's no doubt in my mind that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction, biological and chemical. I expected them to be found. I still expect them to be found. Gen. Michael Hagee, Commandant of the Marine Corps May 21, 2003

Given time, given the number of prisoners now that we're interrogating, I'm confident that we're going to find weapons of mass destruction.
Gen. Richard Myers, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff May 26, 2003

They may have had time to destroy them, and I don't know the answer.
Donald Rumsfeld May 27, 2003

For bureaucratic reasons, we settled on one issue, weapons of mass destruction (as justification for invading Iraq) because it was the one reason everyone could agree on. Paul Wolfowitz May 28, 2003

Votescam: The Stealing Of America

So, just how many Israelis WERE killed in the Sinai bombings?
"Most victims were Israelis but Russians and Egyptians also died."

The oil that drives the US military
"Navy Seals [Sea, Air and Land special forces] seized two Iraqi oil terminals in bold raids that ended early this morning, overwhelming lightly armed Iraqi guards and claiming a bloodless victory in the battle for Iraq's vast oil empire."

In 1846, Dred Scott and his wife Harriet filed suit for their freedom in the St. Louis Circuit Court. This suit began an eleven-year legal fight that ended in the U.S. Supreme Court, which issued a landmark decision declaring that Scott remain a slave
The records displayed in this exhibit document the Scotts' early struggle to gain their freedom through litigation and are the only extant records of this significant case as it was heard in the St. Louis Circuit Court.

Earthquakes shake Philippines, Iran
Quakes with a magnitude of 6 can cause severe damage, depending on building codes and geological conditions in the area hit.

Chicago high school students boot the Navy out
It was a presentation turned into a protest with the trappings of a pep rally.

The Windsurfer & the Kerry Doctrine by Patrick J. Buchanan
The nation has a short memory and even shorter attention span. And John Kerry believes, like H.L. Mencken, that no one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American people.

The 9-11 Intelligence Bill: More Bureaucracy, More Intervention, Less Freedom HON. RON PAUL OF TEXAS
Disturbingly, HR 10 creates a de facto national ID card by mandating new federal requirements that standardize state-issued drivers licenses and birth certificates and even require including biometric identifiers in such documents. State drivers license information will be stored in a national database, which will include information about an individual's driving record!.

H.R.10 9/11 Recommendations Implementation Act (Introduced in House)
This Act may be cited as the `9/11 Recommendations Implementation Act'.

FBI Seizes Indymedia Servers in the UK
It is unclear to Indymedia how and why a server that is outside US jurisdiction can be seized by US authorities.

"We had hard data showing that cities with higher than average country music radio market share had higher white suicide rates,"
Can country music drive you to suicide?

NYC-SUBJECT — Best Abandoned Buildings
Ignoring "No Trespassing" signs, scrambling over chain-link fences, crawling through broken windows?

KERRY AHEAD: The challenger restores his lead heading into the last month Zogby Interactive Presidential Battleground Polldings
Mr. Kerry now leads in the race for Electoral College votes and can now see a path to victory, but it’s still far from his grasp. Needing 270 votes to become the next President, he has coddled together a lead in states that total 278, compared to just 207 for Mr. Bush, the latest collection of polls by Zogby Interactive shows.

More Evidence Bush Wears A Prompting Earpiece
When Bush said "please elaborate on that a little bit" he did not appear to be asking Russert to elaborate the question. He seemed to be talking almost to himself. Perhaps he was just momentarily confused by an unexpected question.

Pentagon demands 'uplifting accounts' about Iraq
Administration wants upbeat reports, will censor escalating bad news about Iraq.

COINTELPRO 9.11 - Peak Oil & 'The Level Above Saudi'
Administration wants upbeat reports, will censor escalating bad news about Iraq.

The federal government's "no-fly" list had 16 names on it on Sept. 11, 2001. Today, it has more than 20,000
Faulty 'No-Fly' System Detailed.

Who Is Abu Musab al-Zarqawi?
From a safe house in Falluja last January, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi wrote a rambling, 17-page letter to Osama bin Laden. The letter asked Mr. bin Laden to send Al Qaeda operatives to Iraq to help Mr. Zarqawi continue the guerrilla war against the American occupiers and their allies.

What economic recovery? The latest job figures show that Bush has bungled the economy as badly as he has Iraq
It's that it continues to be miserable right now and has actually gotten worse since the spring. Job creation since June is 150,000 short of the minimum required to keep up with population growth.

Election - Related Lawsuits Pile Up in Fla.
A lawsuit demanding touch-screen voting machines be made to produce paper records will not be heard until Oct. 18, a judge ruled Friday.

Friday, October 08, 2004

Third-Party Candidates and Platforms 

NOW: Ralph Nader, Independent - Michael Badnarik, Libertarian Party - David Cobb, Green Party - Michael Peroutka, Constitution Party
What issues are the American people not hearing about from George Bush and John Kerry? David Brancaccio talks to four major third-party candidates about the topics they believe should be part of the national dialogue. Read about the candidates and their parties below, or learn more about role of third parties in this election year.

St. Louis debate: Can Bush have it both ways?
In the end, the president may have slipped between the two objectives without accomplishing either.

FBI Seizes IMC Servers in the UK
Indymedia Server Raided by FBI.
Indymedia Server Raided by FBI.

Foreign central banks sell some US Treasuries-Fed
Foreign central banks became sellers of U.S. Treasuries in the latest week, cutting into the annual pace of their accumulation of U.S. debt, the Federal Reserve reported on Thursday.

Fed says weaker dollar needed to address deficit
The widening U.S. current account deficit will require a decline in the value of the dollar, a top Federal Reserve official said on Thursday.

Documented Proof of Why No American Should Vote for ANY Republican and Leave Us with a Corrupt, Anti-Democracy Congress Run by Tom DeLay
Tom DeLay is a former exterminator and Vietnam draft avoider who has risen in prominence to essentially control the Congress of the United States.

What's the Frequency, Karl?
Is Bush Channelling Rove?

Benefits and Costs of the U.S. Government’s War Making
In 1795, James Madison observed that “of all the enemies to public liberty, war is, perhaps, the most to be dreaded, because it comprises and develops the germ of every other.

The time has come to stop using the flag as a blindfold, to stop waving our guns and our gods at each other, to take a close look at the facts which have emerged from the attacks on the World Trade Towers and to recognize the very real possibility, indeed probability, that We The People are the victims of a gigantic and deadly hoax.

Benefits and Costs of the U.S. Government’s War Making
In 1795, James Madison observed that “of all the enemies to public liberty, war is, perhaps, the most to be dreaded, because it comprises and develops the germ of every other.

Qureia tells Haaretz: U.S. may be guilty of collusion
Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qureia (Abu Ala) yesterday expressed dismay over remarks by the prime minister's adviser.

AT&T to Cut 7,000 Jobs and Reduce Assets by $11.4 Billion
AT&T Corp. is cutting at least 7,500 more jobs and slashing the book value of its assets by $11.4 billion, drastic moves prompted by the company's plan to retreat from the traditional consumer telephone business following a lost court battle.

FBI Response To Internet Scams: Don't Open Them
In the beginning, there was the Internet. It was affectionately known as Cyberspace, and word of it's dazzling brilliance spread throughout uh..... well, Cyberspace.

New Franklin/AIPAC Spy Case Page On the J4JP Web Site
The new Franklin/AIPAC Spy Case Page on the J4JP web site contains articles and background information about the recent accusations of espionage against Lawrence Franklin and the Jewish lobby group AIPAC.

How America created its own money in 1750
Read this amazing historical story your teachers never taught you.

Mathematical Economics Is More Compatible With Communism Than Capitalism
When reflecting upon mathematical economics, it is natural to think about capitalism, high finance, and money itself. For those who have taken college-level macro and micro-economics courses, surely memories of complex mathematical equations come to mind.

Manufactured Intelligence. Weapons of Mass Destruction. My moment of clarity.
The world isn't any safer and it isn't any more dangerous then it was before 9/11/01. The same assholes who ran the world before 9/11/01 are still running the world today. And if I hear one more person talk about bad intelligence I'm going to puke blood.

Thursday, October 07, 2004

U.S. Virus Draft Slavery New World Order 

Gene from 1918 Virus Proves Key to Virulent Influenza
Using a gene resurrected from the virus that caused the 1918 Spanish influenza pandemic, recorded history's most lethal outbreak of infectious disease, scientists have found that a single gene may have been responsible for the devastating virulence of the virus.

Questions about this year's flu vaccine shortage?
Why is there a shortage?

Reject Draft Slavery by Rep. Ron Paul
I oppose HR 163 in the strongest possible terms. The draft, whether for military purposes or some form of "national service," violates the basic moral principles of individual liberty upon which this country was founded. Furthermore, the military neither wants nor needs a draft.

Feds plan to track every car The Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office
Obscure agency working on technology to monitor all vehicles

The outsourcing of journalism Reuters is covering US corporate reporting from an office in Bangalore
Reuters, the financial news service, will today officially unveil an office in south India that will see 20 journalists cover 2,000 small to medium-sized American companies listed on the New York stock exchange.

10 Truths About Trade
Hard facts about offshoring, imports, and jobs.

Microchip Implantation of Club Going Trendies Expands to More Nations
"I interviewed Conrad Chase for 30 minutes on my syndicated radio broadcast. He told me that the CEO of VeriChip, Mr. Bolton, had told him that there was a plan to use the VeriChip as a global implantable identity system. I asked him if whether in the future you would have to have a chip to get into the club period, and he said yes.

Gorbachev Calls for 'New World Order'
Mikhail Gorbachev, the former Soviet leader who helped end the Cold War at President Ronald Reagan's prodding, is calling for a "new world order" based on strong adherence to international law.

Will US Senate Dare to Raise the Debt Ceiling Before the Election?
A budget resolution passed the House in May 2004, hiking the debt ceiling by another $690 billion to nearly $8.1 trillion. If the Senate concurs, Federal debt could thus "grow" by 26 percent in just two years.

Indian Health Agency Barred New-Voter Drive
Democrats Question Motive of Decision to Ban Registration on Federal Property.

Once again, Israel has been caught with spies at the highest levels of the US Government.

Bush asks Daschle to limit Sept. 11 probes
President Bush personally asked Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle Tuesday to limit the congressional investigation into the events of September 11, congressional and White House sources told CNN.

"9/11 Truth Movement", Pentagon Strike"-Video and Griffin hit Washington Post
On the second international "9/11 was an Inside Job" day, Carol Morello (WP) revealed the real identity of "W" aka Darren Williams, who created the worldwide popular "Pentagon Strike" flash video, reported about the 9/11 Truth Movement and mentioned David Ray Griffin as one of the successful 9/11 truth book authors.

Web blunder boosts Bush bashers
A slip of the tongue by Dick Cheney has given a boost to anti-Bush campaigners.

U.N. Agency Chief Blasted For Profiteering
The top U.S. arms inspector on Wednesday accused the former head of the $60 billion U.N. oil-for-food program of accepting bribes in the form of vouchers for Iraqi oil sales from Saddam Hussein’s government while running the program that was rife with alleged kickbacks for European and Arab countries and officials. advertisement.

Communism was a "necessary evil" that God allowed to happen in the 20th century in order to create opportunities for good after its demise
New Pope Book Says Communism Was 'Necessary Evil'.

The 2004 fiscal year ended Thursday, September 30th, the same day as the first presidential debates. This is the day when, as a not-for-profit organization, the government's books must be brought to a balance of zero, the same number as the points scored by Bush in the debates.

When terror bell rings, George Bush smiles
An article published in the Current Research in Social Psychology journal has revealed that when the US government issues a terrorist warning, presidential approval ratings jump by leap and bounds.

An article published in the Current Research in Social Psychology journal has revealed that when the US government issues a terrorist warning, presidential approval ratings jump by leap and bounds
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How the NeoCons Will Kill the GOP
Ideologues are like racehorses or Siamese cats – they must be bred from a pure line. Just as inbreeding has turned Siamese cats into demented neurotics, so too are most ideologues – the only difference between them is that the Siamese has an excuse.

Secret Societies: Police play cat and mouse with new French underground
The so-called cataphiles, equipped with waders, torches and rucksacks, drop in through manholes to explore disused medieval quarries and catacombs, spray graffiti and throw parties.

Shadow Government Makes Preparations For ‘2004 Election Terror Attack’
Americans who think they are holding a single national election for president on Nov. 2 may be surprised to learn there will be 51 somewhat separate and distinct elections to decide whether Republican George W. Bush or Democrat John F. Kerry will be in the White House on Jan. 21.

Spyware Bill Gets House Nod
Anti-spyware legislation sailed through the House of Representatives on Tuesday as House leaders expressed confidence that they can work out differences with a Senate version of the bill before a planned full Senate vote Wednesday.

Britons secretly kept in postwar French camps
After the liberation De Gaulle's government held on to internees from many countries in officially closed centres to hide collaboration.

Wednesday, October 06, 2004

(G7) Admit No Idea How Much Oil Is Left 

World's Seven Largest Economies (G7) Admit They Have No Idea How Much Oil Is Left - Issue Emergency Call for Transparency at DC Summit
A Challenge to the Flat-Earth, Abiotic Oil Advocates and Cornucopian Economists - It's Now or Never by Michael C. Ruppert.

Brown prompts G7 oil warning
THE Group of Seven finance ministers and central bank chiefs, meeting in Washington this weekend, gave their bluntest warning yet that high oil prices could derail the global economic recovery.

Howard Stern to leave for satellite radio
Howard Stern will be leaving his syndicated talk show on Infinity Broadcasting Corp. for a deal with satellite radio provider Sirius beginning on January 1, 2006, Sirius and Stern announced today.

Ignorant America. Where are they taking these polls, hilljack?
Media Matters? Poll Shows More than 4 in 10 Still Link Saddam to 9/11.

Pentagon Israeli Spy Rejects Plea Deal (CUT OFF HIS NUTS!)
Larry Franklin, who is accused of passing secrets on Iran.

Cheney's Avalanche of Lies
On Thursday night in Florida, Bush exposed himself as unprepared, easily ruffled, angry, excitable and muddled.

Kerry, the Hawk
He's 'the newest neocon,' says Bill Safire – and it takes one to know one.

Agents Challenge 9/11 Commission
Agents on the front lines of the war on terror have risked their careers to warn America about the corruption and culpable negligence that continue to put our nation in peril.

US bank mergers ‘good for stability’
Alan Greenspan, Federal Reserve chairman, said on Tuesday that the wave of US bank mergers since 1995 had increased the stability of the financial sector.

Guarding the Empire
When faced with evidence that the U.S. Global Empire has troops and/or bases in the majority of countries on the planet, apologists for the warfare state and the "military-industrial complex" attempt to dismiss this U.S. global hegemony by claiming that it is the Marine guards at U.S. embassies overseas that account for our presence in so many countries.

Japan may ask U.S. to remove some bases
The U.S. military has prepositioning facilities around the world, where tanks, fuel and other military materials are stored, in preparation for prompt deployment of forces overseas.

Egyptian Intellectual: Former Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu Planned 9/11
Benjamin Netanyahu talks about attacking the Twin Towers, He talks about attacking the US National Security.

Moscow calls on Israel to abstain from disproportionate use of force
"Having strictly condemned terrorist attacks that led to deaths of Israeli children in the city of Sderot, Lavrov noted that the conflict cannot be resolved by force"

Air Force Looks at New Microwave Weapon
The Air Force is preparing to award a $22 million contract to a private contractor to construct and demonstrate the new electrical generating system by 2009.

Arab diplomat: "We have no intentions of participating in the register as long as Israel gets away with its nuclear, biological and chemical weapons"
The UN's annual arms register, created about 12 years ago to ensure military transparency among member states.

A Montrose man who attempted suicide last week died from the removal of his organs, not from a gunshot wound to his head
Organ removal ruled homicide.

Iraq: Disorganized insurgency has no single commander, no political wing and no dominant group
the estimated 20,000 insurgents have little in common, although groups have occasionally work together in temporary alliances of convenience. U.S. commanders describe the war as a "compound insurgency" sorted into four groups with different tactics and goals.

"We want every U.S. dog to leave the country" - Insurgent leader in Fallujah Abu Thar

Arab diplomat: "We have no intentions of participating in the register as long as Israel gets away with its nuclear, biological and chemical weapons"
The UN's annual arms register, created about 12 years ago to ensure military transparency among member states.

Baghdad Burning: Samarra Burning...
One wonders who is behind the explosions and the car bombs.

Inherent National Bankruptcy
The Federal Reserve operates a Ponzi scheme.

The Negative Return Economy, America's Black Budget
The United States government has operated a secret budgeting and spending program for decades outside the framework of the American Constitution. The institutional and political roots of this system of clandestine finance reach back to at least a century.

House Crushes Military Draft Bill
"This president's foreign policies are what's scaring the kids of this country"

Mexican official seeks open border
Mexico's newest border czar wants to begin building additional travel lanes at ports.

The Real Lt. Col. Burkett In His Own Words to BBC Television by Greg Palast
It is for the President, not Bill Burkett, to answer the question, "Did your daddy the congressman vote to send other men's sons to Vietnam while pulling the strings to keep you cozy and safe? Yes or no, Mr. President, yes or no?"

The Collapse of WTC 1 Began ABOVE the Aircraft Impact Level
The 'truss theory' is a complete fabrication.

Four U.S. Soldiers Charged With Murder
Four soldiers accused of smothering an Iraqi general during an interrogation last fall have been charged with murder, bringing the total number of U.S. troops charged with murder in Iraq to at least 10.

Robertson: If Bush 'touches' Jerusalem, we'll form 3rd party
Evangelical Christians - estimated at tens of millions of Americans - overwhelmingly support Bush for his pro-Israel policies.

U.S. Military Bases in Latin America and the Caribbean
The United States maintains a complex web of military facilities and functions in Latin America and the Caribbean, what the U.S. Southern Command (known as SouthCom) calls its “theater architecture.” U.S. military facilities represent tangible commitments to an ineffective supply-side drug war and to underlying policy priorities, including ensuring access to strategic resources, especially oil.

U.S. Militarizing Latin America
Less than 15 years after the end of the Cold War, the United States government is increasingly militarizing its relationship with Latin America and the Caribbean, according to a new report released here this week.

Tuesday, October 05, 2004

'I saw dogs eating the body of a woman' 

*That's funny, I saw the same thing on the way to work this morning here in Los Angeles! SZ - Residents said bodies were left in the streets, untended due to the fear of snipers
The US strategy of "precision strikes" also came in for criticism from Iraqi President Ghazi Yawar, who described the air assaults as collective punishment.

Egyptian Intellectual: Former Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu Planned 9/11
This is a book written by Benjamin Netanyahu on the uprooting of terrorism. He talks about attacking the Twin Towers, He talks about attacking the US National Security Council, and about attacking the UN. Take, for example, the Twin Towers operation. Such an operation doesn't require placing a car bomb under the two towers but placing small nuclear bombs and detonating them. The scenarios were ready. This scenario was prepared by the Jews at the Jonathan Institute.

Bush-Cheney Office in Tennessee Hit by Gunshots
A Bush-Cheney campaign office in Knoxville, Tennessee was hit by at least two gunshots apparently fired from a passing vehicle on Tuesday but no one was hurt, police said.

Haiti: 300000 homeless, death toll tops 2000
1557 bodies have been recovered, and 825 people are missing and presumed dead, said Carl Murat Cantave, head of the civil protection agency in the city.

SUDAN: THE mounting death toll in Sudan's conflict-ravaged Darfur region could rise six-fold by the end of the year, hitting 300,000, a senior US aid official said yesterday
Worse to come in Sudan.

China Looks to Latin America for Potential Oil Supplies
Although it is geographically far away from China's shores, the Chinese have been actively pursuing deals in Latin America. Venezuela holds the most interest for Beijing.

Who Was Right About the "Global Test"- Jefferson or Hitler?
"One other point I want to make about the debate last night," he said. "Senator Kerry last night said that America has to pass some sort of global test before we can use American troops to defend ourselves. He wants our national security decisions subject to the approval of a foreign government."

Bush Blows Debate: Talks to Rove in Earpiece!
During the Presidential Debate Bush made what may be his most costly error- he exposed that he’s using an earpiece to help him answer debate questions.

Bush’s Police State
Just sitting next to a friend who expresses an anti-Bush opinion can get you into big Secret Service trouble in George W. Bush’s United States.

Bush’s Ear Piece
Bush’s Ear Piece.
Debate: Listen to the mp3 yourself- or watch the video at c-span
He blows it 60 seconds into his 90 second reply- so no warning lights had gone off and the moderator had not motioned for him to end as there was plenty of time left.

CIA Review Finds No Evidence Saddam Had Ties to Islamic Terrorists
A new CIA assessment undercuts the White House's claim that Saddam Hussein maintained ties to al-Qaida, saying there's no conclusive evidence that the regime harbored Osama bin Laden associate Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

Rumsfeld can't keep stories straight on Hussein-bin Laden link, Iraq WMDs
"To my knowledge, I have not seen any strong, hard evidence that links the two," Rumsfeld said.

Gov. Ted Kulongoski issued an order Friday that will require people buying over-the-counter cold medicines in Oregon to show identification and leave personal information at the register
Cold sufferers will soon need identification to get relief.

The State Department's extreme makeover
A veteran Foreign Service officer warns that when Colin Powell departs in a second Bush term, America will lose its last bulwark against the radical ideologues who are planning more Iraqs.

National IDs for everybody?
Dreier's legislation would prohibit employers from hiring people unless the job applicants first obtain new federal ID cards with their photograph, Social Security number and an "encrypted electronic strip" with additional information. Any employer who fails to comply faces hefty fines and prison terms of up to five years.

UN Signs Pact with New World Court Opposed by U.S.
The United Nations signed a cooperation agreement on Monday with the new International Criminal Court, despite objections to the tribunal from the United States.

Examples of Non-Terror Cases and the Patriot Act
Examples of Non-Terror Cases and the Patriot Act.

35 Days Till Disaster: Is an Election Day Faux-Terror Event All But CERTain?
On Tuesday, September 28th, a new federally-funded, FEMA-directed citizen training program began in my town called CERT. CERT stands for "Community Emergency Response Team.”

Mandatory Vaccinations in Washington DC
Flash....the Washington Post is running a piece about several hundred students in DC schools who have not received their District-mandated shots.

The Israeli NWO tips their hand
Masonic Order Designs Symbology in Israeli Supreme Court Building.

Dear Mike, Iraq sucks
Michael Moore received a flood of letters and emails from disillusioned and angry American soldiers serving in Iraq.

The international crisis of capitalism and the bankruptcy of the “social market economy”
One and a half decades after the collapse of the GDR and the fall of the Berlin wall, there is little more to be heard of the chorus that then proclaimed the “triumph of capitalism.” Instead, the economic, social and political crisis of the capitalist system is taking ever-more extreme forms.

FEMA Disaster Drill Set For Election Day
On Tuesday, September 28th, a new federally-funded, FEMA-directed citizen training program began in my town called CERT. CERT stands for "Community Emergency Response Team.”

The Falling Scales By PAUL KRUGMAN
Last week President Bush found himself defending his record on national security without his usual protective cocoon of loyalty-tested audiences and cowed reporters. And the sound you heard was the scales' falling from millions of eyes.

The FEMA WTC Collapse Analysis Farce
The FEMA WTC Collapse Analysis Farce.

'Israeli troops shot schoolgirl 20 times'
Israeli soldiers shot dead a 13-year-old Palestinian schoolgirl in the southern Gaza Strip on Tuesday after she approached an army watchtower in a tense border zone, witnesses said.

Mount St. Helens VolcanoCam
Mount St. Helens VolcanoCam.

Religion and Politics: The Faith of President Bush
Since President Bush experienced a spiritual awakening in 1985, he has used his personal convictions as a tool for enacting policy.

So You Thought You Knew Dylan? Hah!
The Old Him is the hellhound who taunts Bob Dylan. From time to time this 1960's deity surfaces, driving nostalgists to rhapsodies (the Old Him is back!) but making Mr. Dylan angry enough to want to bite himself. Or at least that's how he puts it in his flabbergasting new memoir, "Chronicles: Volume One."

Monday, October 04, 2004

A Dirty Shame 

Harper's Cover - 9/11 Report A "Whitewash"
In an essay of the new October Issue of "Harper's Magazine", editor and professor Benjamin DeMott describes, ''how the 9/11 Commission Report defrauds the nation''
Harper's Cover

Bush: Deceptive or Delusional? By Robert Parry
George W. Bush still can’t –or won’t – get his brain around some central facts that bear on his decision to invade Iraq in 2003. He falsified that history again during the Sept. 30 presidential debate.

Free Masons lift shroud of secrecy to recruit
Membership in the Freemasons reached its zenith in the early 1960s when 260,000 Pennsylvania men belonged to the fraternal order.

Mail hoax suspect’s theories revealed
A Tennessee man accused of sending powder-laced envelopes to Broward County cities was convinced Fort Lauderdale police transplanted mind-control devices in gays to help authorities find drug dealers, according to the man's weekly newsletter.

They're burned, or blinded, or sparring with death
The story of the military hospital where there's no escaping the horrors of the fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.

More Troubles for Diebold
Diebold has a great deal to do to make its work transparent and its company trustworthy if it wants to remain in the elections business.

Inside the mind of a terrorist
Terrorism cannot be dismissed as the work of psychotic individuals.

Drain the Treasury, Pour in the Votes
Desperate Bush touts phony "middle-class" tax cut.

OIL: Sino-Russian oil pipeline pending
Oil deliveries from Russia to China by railroad are expected to reach 10 million tons next year, and 15 million tons in 2006.

Nestle is a leader in elite social engineering designed to breed a slave race.

Nestle is using candy to peddle lesbianism (or vice versa) in a deceitful socially destructive television campaign
Food Giant Fosters Lesbian Chic.
NESTLE'S POSITION-United Nations Global Compact.

Emergency: The United States should follow Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu to cope with what he described as an emergency "The desperate people who still think they can sail illegally to Italy must know they will be sent back to where they came from as soon as they have been given humanitarian help"
Italy has begun airlifting migrants back to their point of departure after facilities on its southern outpost were swamped by hundreds of new arrivals.

Resistance to Backdoor Draft
Another idea is to reactivate what is called the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR).

US warplanes have carried out pre-dawn raids on the rebel-held Iraqi city of Falluja, killing at least seven people
US launches new raids on Falluja.

A Must Read: George Walker Bush and John Forbes Kerry are wealthy members of the upper class. They are both multimillionaires born into privilege, educated in the finest New England private schools, and holding memberships in the most exclusive private clubs
Bush, Kerry, and the CFR, It's All In The Family.

Police State USA: 28 People Arrested Outside White House
The 28 people who were arrested were trying to deliver a cardboard box to the White House. The box contained the names of people killed in the Iraq war.

Keep Calling Keep Writing: No plans for a draft, but rumors keep nation edgy
For reasons no one quite understands, the e-mails and letters have been surging into congressional offices in the past few weeks, thousands of them, impassioned and determined.

ELF: Navy pulls plug on Project ELF
The extremely low frequency radio transmitter in the Chequamegon National Forest near Clam Lake has been the site of repeated demonstrations by anti-nuclear weapons activists.

"Major screw-up": Boot-camp virus runs rampant
The respiratory virus now infects up to 2,500 service members monthly — a staggering 1 in 10 recruits — in the nation's eight basic-training centers.

Clashes in Haitian capital kill at least 14
Three politicians allied with former President Jean-Betrand Aristide were led away in handcuffs after a six-hour standoff at a radio station, and gunfire erupted Sunday in Haiti's capital where political clashes have left 14 dead.

US 'hyping' Darfur genocide fears
Another aid worker told The Observer : 'It suited various governments to talk it all up, but they don't seem to have thought about the consequences.

An Independent Iraq by Noam Chomsky
For what it's worth, polls in Iraq reveal very considerable and apparently growing support for withdrawal
of the US occupying army.

Agents have trouble tracing terrorists on the Internet
For months, U.S. agents had been chasing the site, which was once based in Alexandria, Va. By the time Berg was killed, the site had been moved to Malaysia.

Breakthrough in human organ transplant
The Fuzhou General Hospital started research on human organ transplant in the 1980s and has since carried out more than 2,000 major human organ transplants. From the year of 2000 until now, the hospital conducted 10-odd simultaneous liver-kidney, pancreas-kidney transplants, with a success rate of 100 percent, according to the officials.

Thailand reports 11th death of bird flu infection
So far, Thailand has reported 11 deaths of bird flu infection, while the other 20 deaths were reported in Vietnam, pushing this year's global death toll of bird flu to 31.

Toward the end of 2002, Israel boasted some 263,000 unemployed individuals - 10.2 percent of the workforce - and a similar number of foreign workers, most of whom were in the country illegally
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon defined the deportations as a supreme national interest, and the treasury wrote a check to the tune of NIS 250 million for the establishment of the task force and its 470 soldiers.

PORT Moresby's feared Raskol gangs have warned they will shoot Australian police officers "if they try and take our lives away" but said they believe the country's corruption will quickly drive out the officers
"We don't care about them. This is our country. They are standing by the Government to control the criminals. I shoot at them because they will take away my life"

HEALTH authorities in Chihuahua, Mexico, are recruiting hundreds of cats to fight hundreds of thousands of rats
Mexican wave of rats

Greenspan alerts Congress on options
Federal Reserve chief says he's deeply concerned that Congress may interfere with FASB rules

HEALTH authorities in Chihuahua, Mexico, are recruiting hundreds of cats to fight hundreds of thousands of rats

The government should impose tighter controls on credit card companies, industry experts said yesterday after a man who ran up debts of £100,000 took his own life
Dereck Rawson, 51, hanged himself at his home in Yaxley, Cambridgeshire, because he could no longer face the debt, most of it on 16 credit cards

Corruption is everywhere
The 51th Letter of an Autonomous Thinker.

Sunday, October 03, 2004

Eliminate Oil  

U.S. Can Eliminate Oil Use in a Few Decades
Eliminate Oil.

A MUST READ: George Walker Bush and John Forbes Kerry are wealthy members of the upper class. They are both multimillionaires born into privilege, educated in the finest New England private schools, and holding memberships in the most exclusive private clubs
Bush, Kerry, and the CFR, It's All In The Family.

The Neglected Home Front
The United States is living on borrowed time -- and squandering it.

Brookyln: Imagine a car-free connection from Greenpoint through Sunset Park! (Every City need this!)
We envision the creation of a safe, landscaped, off-street route along Brooklyn's waterfront, in order to improve healthful recreation, transportation, and waterfront access for all New Yorkers.

How the White House Used Disputed Arms Intelligence
Inspectors at the Nasser metal-working plant in Baghdad were shown in early 2003 how Iraq used the tubes for rockets.

Goss Choice Michael V. Kostiw Quit CIA In 1982 Under Fire when he was caught shoplifting in Langley
In late 1981, after he had been a case officer for 10 years, Kostiw was caught shoplifting in Langley.

RMI's Winning the Oil Endgame Shows Businesses

It Was a Rout By William Rivers Pitt
There was a President on that stage in Florida on Thursday night, and his name was not George.

Secret Service vs. free speech
Last month, we railed against the actions of the Secret Service at a rally in the Philadelphia suburbs, where agents reportedly blocked journalists from interviewing anti-Bush AIDS protesters. Now, it's getting worse -- according to a report out of Wisconsin.

Army: Reservists Failed to Report on Time
Army officials said Friday that 622 people, about one-third of the 1,765 Individual Ready Reserve members who were supposed to report for duty by Sept. 28, failed to show up. Some requested more time. Others wanted to be excused entirely. Some have not responded at all.

Army to Call Up 5, 000 More Ex - Soldiers in 2005
The Army also said it plans to step up recruitment efforts to try to meet goals to sign up 80,000 new soldiers for the regular Army and 22,000 for the Army Reserve in the fiscal year that began on Friday.

How Cheney's firm routed $132m to Nigeria via Tottenham lawyer
These payments, many of which occurred when Halliburton was being run by Dick Cheney, now the American Vice-President, helped a consortium including the US group to win a $12bn contract to build a gas terminal at Bonny Island in Nigeria.

At large, material to make 15,000 nuclear bombs
Enough weapons-grade plutonium to make more than 15,000 nuclear bombs will be vulnerable to hijack by terrorists and rogue states as the result of a disarmament initiative.

7 Habits of Highly Effective Imperialists
Self-help for those who oppose self-rule.

The 9/11 Pentagon Attack
Documenting the holes in the "official" version of events at the Pentagon on 9/11.

A new airport security system soon to be tested will rely on human judgment
Spotting the Airline Terror Threat.

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