Saturday, November 20, 2004

S. 2986 - Every American owes– currently about $25,000 

Raising the Debt Limit: A Disgrace by Rep. Ron Paul
50 percent increase above the $4 billion-a-month benchmark the Pentagon has used to estimate the cost of the war so far.

Iraq War Topping $5.8 Billion A Month
The Pentagon is spending more than $5.8 billion a month on the war in Iraq, according to the military's top generals.

JFK II - The Bush Connection
A thorough, documented, criminal indictment of George Herbert Walker Bush, establishing beyond a reasonable doubt his guilt as a supervisor in the conspiracy to assassinate John F. Kennedy. If we could present this evidence to a jury in Texas, he would pay with his life.

It's typical American technique- every single atrocity is lost and covered up by blaming a specific person and getting it over with. What people don't understand is that the whole military is infested with these psychopaths. In this last year we've seen murderers, torturers and xenophobes running around in tanks and guns. I don't care what does it: I don't care if it's the tension, the fear, the 'enemy'… it's murder. We are occupied by murderers. We're under the same pressure, as Iraqis, except that we weren't trained for this situation, and yet we're all expected to be benevolent and understanding and, above all, grateful. I'm feeling sick, depressed and frightened. I don't know what to say anymore… they aren't humans and they don't deserve any compassion.

Mounting evidence of US destabilisation of Sudan
The excuse of a humanitarian intervention.

CIA plans riskier, more aggressive espionage
Director Porter Goss told his new chief of spy operations this week to launch a much more aggressive espionage campaign that would use undercover officers to penetrate terrorist groups and hostile governments such as North Korea.

Alex Jones Texas radio host launches anti-Schwarzenegger campaign
A Texas radio host launched a Web-based offensive Thursday against efforts to change the U.S. Constitution to allow Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to run for president of the United States.

Friday, November 19, 2004

Iraq War Topping $5.8 Billion A Month  

The Pentagon is spending more than $5.8 billion a month on the war in Iraq, according to the military's top generals
50 percent increase above the $4 billion-a-month benchmark the Pentagon has used to estimate the cost of the war so far

Outsourcing of jobs is accelerating in U.S.
Bronfenbrenner defended her data as "extremely conservative" and said companies go to great lengths to suppress or play down in the U.S. press any job shifts.

'Stinking Evidence' of Possible Election Fraud Found in Florida
There was something odd about the poll tapes.

Let’s Get Real
Bush & company’s theft of the election was a crime so obvious that it requires more effort to deny than to affirm.

Thursday, November 18, 2004

Senate OKs $800B Debt Limit Hike  


Enactment would raise the government's borrowing limit to $8.18 trillion — $2.23 trillion higher than when Bush became president in 2001
"We don't have any more money,"

Mokhiber: No, this is the question. Has the White House counsel looked at the President’s legal exposure to a war crimes prosecution? “Should Canada Indict Bush?”
Scottie & Me.

The Sweetheart Contract With Sharon by Patrick J. Buchanan
No. All realized something that neoconservatives reject. For better or worse, as the explosion of grief at his death demonstrated, Arafat came to personify and symbolize the just cause of Palestinian nationhood.

So who killed Margaret Hassan? by Robert Frisk
Margaret Hassan's Suspected Execution Will Be Seen As 'Proof' of Evil.

World on Alert as Over 15,000 Species Face Extinction
Over 15,000 animal and plant species face extinction, reveals the World Conservation Union or IUCN in its '2004 Red List of Threatened Species'.

REDLIST - The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species

Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Quit Meddling  

Quit Meddling in the Middle East by Rep. Ron Paul
"Peace plans" imposed by outsiders or the UN cause resentment and seldom produce lasting peace.

Noam Chomsky on Yasser Arafat, Iraq and the Draft
Democracy Now!

Cuffing Bush and the FBI by Nat Hentoff
A serious setback to the Patriot Act, despite the victorious Bush's unstinting support.

FBI Terror Informant Ignites Himself Near White House
A Falls Church man who worked as a federal informant on terrorism set himself on fire in front of the White House yesterday, hours after announcing his suicide attempt and citing his growing despondency over how the FBI managed his case.

Cruel and Unusual by Joan Dayan
The end of the Eighth Amendment.

Fallujah 101
A history lesson about the town we are currently destroying.

Kentucky, Mississippi and Arkansas, for example, voted overwhelmingly for constitutional amendments to ban gay marriage. But they had three of the highest divorce rates in 2003
To Avoid Divorce, Move to Massachusetts.

US to deploy hyper-missiles
American scientists are developing hypersonic cruise missiles that will fly 10 times faster than current rockets, penetrate concrete armouring and could be launched from any site in the world.

Osama bin Laden: A dead nemesis perpetuated by the US government
Osama bin Laden is dead. The news first came from sources in Afghanistan and Pakistan almost six months ago.

New Bill in Congress Targets Teachers Who Dare to Question US Support for Israel
The Israeli lobby has launched an all-out drive to ensure congressional passage of a bill, approved by the House and now before a Senate committee that would set up a federal tribunal to investigate and monitor criticism of Israel on American college campuses.

Foreign sub in Israeli waters thought gathering intelligence
An Israeli military official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the vessel belonged to a NATO member country and was detected during the night between Nov. 9-10.

An Open Letter to the New York Times (and by implication) the Rest of the US Media Who are Trying to Whitewash the 2004 Presidential Election Scandal
Dear New York Times, etal,.

Illuminati Sex Slaves Paint Horrifying Picture
Two women tortured, brainwashed and prostituted by the Illuminati paint a disturbing picture of how the world is really run. Both say they were prostituted to world leaders as children.

Monday, November 15, 2004

Falloojeh Murdered 

Iraq: the unthinkable becomes normal by John Pilger
In fact, women and children are being slaughtered in our name.

Baghdad Burning: People in Falloojeh are being murdered
Iraqis will never forgive this- never.

Whitewash as Public Service How The 9/11 Commission Report Defrauds the Nation
The 9/11 Commission Report Defrauds the Nation.

Inside Fallujah: one family’s diary of terror
The target was insurgents, but here one family reveals the horror of being caught in the conflict.

The dollar, which has declined nearly 30 percent against the euro since President Bush took office in 2001, fell to a record low this week
As the Dollar Declines.

US blocks aid from reaching Fallujah residents
The US military was not immediately available for comment.

Benjamin Netanyahu may have lost his latest battle, but now he is preparing for war. Against Prime Minister Sharon
Shoot, don't talk.

911 Cover-up: "For my 30 years of experience . . ." said Monte Belger, "the NMCC (Pentagon's National Military Command Center) was on the net and hearing everything real-time . . . I can tell you I've lived through dozens of hijackings . . . and they were always listening in with everybody else."

Sunday, November 14, 2004

Bush CIA Witch Hunt for those who've been disloyal! 

White House orders purge of CIA 'liberals,' sources say
The White House has ordered the new CIA director, Porter J. Goss, to purge the agency of officers believed to have been disloyal to President Bush or of leaking damaging information to the media about the conduct of the Iraq war and the hunt for Osama bin Laden, according to knowledgeable sources.

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