Friday, September 24, 2004

Post 911 State Department Web Page: But not in Iraq: Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda

This link was published in the WP 9/24/04 and will NOT be a part of the presidential sound bite duets coming soon to a tube near you

Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda

Sunday, September 19, 2004

Monday, August 23, 2004

Bush, et al RICO Suit by E. Mariani: Did anyone call 911?

I wonder why we never hear the "rest of" the story, or even the first of the story:

New 911fortheTruth.com

It's worth searching the news media: "Ellen Mariani" + "RICO"


LOL

Monday, August 16, 2004

Incest, The Shame of Blue Blood: Perilous Presidential Politics

Kucinich - I voted for him in the primary and think he is the only progressive white guy in the Democratic Party holding federal office. Since California is not yet a swing state, I'll probably vote Green, or Peace and Freedom.

I was talking to an avowed Roosevelt Democrat who is leaning toward Bush because we need his "strong leadership in the fight against terror." Is this terrifying or what?

What's it mean if Kerry and Bush are both descendent's of Henry III? { http://www.britannia.com/history/monarchs/mon29.html } Since both of them express "degenerative" genetic characteristics associated with "royal" inbreeding (hey! we're royalty not trash - that's why we don't call it incest!), it means that for the next four years we will be moving closer to either complete tyranny or some kind of American hybrid of German state capitalism which gave birth to Hitler.

I'll bet Cheney and Ashcroft, and perhaps Rumsfeld, are cousins on the Charles III branch: that's the gaunt and leafless branch above that huge mound of guana that protects Bush and keeps him serene in his sociopathic stupor.

crt - alt- del: Ever wonder what all those things . . .

are that appear . . .

Saturday, August 14, 2004

Goss, all that glitters?

This is just one of many interesting sites which give some insight into the ongoing coup d'etat:

So, some thirty people have gathered together

Friday, August 13, 2004

Iraq Coalition Casualties

12:05 PM 8/13/2004


It is Friday the 13th. I'm feeling sad about Sadhr City. Is this an even worse place to be than its now demented ancestor, Sadham City? If future generations recall an age through the detritus of its zeitgeist, will they feel my sadness; will the pain of the maimed in Iraq, Afghanistan, Congo, Sudan be felt at all?

Iraq Coalition Casualties

washingtonpost.com: Tax Burden Shifts to the Middle

When the CBO issues its final report we will be presented with perfect case study of how Fox News spins this story to favor Bu/chne.

washingtonpost.com: Tax Burden Shifts to the Middle

We can't withdraw from Iraq becaue what will happen?!

And the Dems are giving Bu/chne a free ride - who says big oil doesn't rule. Notice how quiet Hassert has been lately. I guess he's just about had it with US military manufactured anthrax

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ZNet |Iraq | Najaf

ZNet |Iraq | Najaf: "Adrian Blomfield of the Telegraph visited Sadr City: �That civilians are being killed by US troops is not in doubt. In a pool of blood on a hospital operating room floor yesterday, doctors were battling to save the life of six-year-old Ali Hussain�shot in the belly� by soldiers in a US tank. The doctors said, �We have had at least 20 dead brought in today.� (Telegraph, 12 Aug., p. 12)

Mehdi Nouri, a shopkeeper in Sadr City, said: �The Americans can never win us back now. The Americans are frightened of ordinary Iraqi people, that is why they hate us. We are frightened of them, that is why we hate them. In such a situation we can only see death and more deaths. We are begging the Americans to leave.� (Telegraph, 12 Aug., p. 12)"

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Thursday, August 12, 2004

Chomsky: Turning the Tide: Defeating Nazi...

Turning the Tide: Defeating Nazi...

You can treat this as a reminder of what is happening presently here in the "it can't happen here" US of A. Now that the choice is between Bush and Kerry, the so called center has shifted right in contradistinction to the interests of the middle and lower classes. Abandon hope all ye . . . man! it's get'n' hot.

Check this blog for links to sites of interest to the politically unfettered mind:

Loopy Superstring's Manifold (aka Shahriar Zayyani)

Thursday, August 05, 2004

Trading With The Enemy

http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/archive.cgi?read=20737

Halliburton (Brown and Root) Builds Pipeline Mayhem

Gas Pipeline To Be Finalized By End Of 2004

Of course we all remember that the war in Afghanistan was not about pipelines . . . Brown and Root pops up for at least another 30 million . . . Notice that Pakhistan bears no pipeline costs.

Friday, July 30, 2004

Sudan Sanctions

World Energy Sanctions: "SUDAN"

The US has been sanctioning so many countries that the rest of the world just might think we are a bunch of sanctimonious hypocrites.

Sanctions? What sanctions? Oh, all those sanctions?
Well, they really are just symbolical, because, see, the sulettees of Halliburton and GE and a bunch of very important oil companies, ah, they still are generating monay that generates big help in our crusaded fight against evildoers.

Yahoo! News - The Unbearable Costs of Empire

Yahoo! News - The Unbearable Costs of Empire

Compare this article to the "News Release" regarding the Federal deficit projections announced today. Maybe it's better that Bush should win and take the fall.

Thursday, July 29, 2004

The New York Times > Opinion > Op-Ed Contributor: Guided by History

The New York Times > Opinion > Op-Ed Contributor: Guided by History

Wisdom of Age

MSNBC - Ice cream mogul putsBush in the hot seat

MSNBC - Ice cream mogul putsBush in the hot seat

Check out the poll.  The follow is from the "True Majority" Newsletter(truemajorityaction.org)

From the White House: Ken Lisaius, spokesman for the White House, said “Cohen has the right to express his opinion about the president, although most Americans support Bush and his policies.”

From the Associated Press: “Call it the burning Bush.”

From the Tampa Tribune: “Mr. President? Sir. Your Pants Are on Fire.”

From the KVBC-TV Las Vegas: “Hot political ad rolls through Vegas.”

Click here to see a partial list of the Pants’ media coverage:
www.pantsonfire.net/mediaclips.htm.

Click here to see one of our favorite articles: www.pantsonfire.net/PalmBeach.doc

 

Saturday, July 24, 2004

Iraq worried about borders with neighbors :: Iraq Net :: Iraq's Online News Resource

Iraq worried about borders with neighbors :: Iraq Net :: Iraq's Online News Resource: "In a statement before the Cairo ministerial meeting, Zibari called on neighboring countries to take tangible steps to support Iraq, not only by words"

"Zibari's warning came after a more tough one by Defense Minister Hazim Shaalan who said that Iraq is capable of transporting terror to neighboring territories if they do not stop support to insurgents."

These are the Bush league "Boys of Summer" - In an earlier edition, Iraq Net reported that Iraq may have to resume developmet of nuclear resources. 

Bring'em On.

Allawi was Saddham's goto guy when an assassination was needed

Do some research on Allawi and you'll find that he was right there with his mentor, Saddham, in the "evil one" rankings.  His specialty while in medical school was keeping Iraqi students in line.  If they crossed the line and went against Saddham's policies, they were subject to the ultimate sanction.  The enforcer in England was no other than good soldier Allawi.

 

Allawi's rocky road to the top - After Saddam - www.smh.com.au

Allawi's rocky road to the top - After Saddam - www.smh.com.au

Wednesday, June 30, 2004

Chalabi, Challabi, and More Challlabi

Notletngo

Notletngo

Allawi as Terrorist/Challabi as Ghost Gov

http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/june2004/062104whoisallawi.htm

Search google on this guy to find evidence that fingers him as a CIA sponsored terrorist in the US's efforts to oust Sad Hussein . . . Search further to appreciate the extent to which the Challabi organization controls the "new" Iraqi regime. . . Take plenty of Dramamine and "make love not war" . . . Tell me the Supremes are not just as whacked as the rest of us . . .

Saturday, May 29, 2004

Google Search: Allawi Chalabi CIA

Google Search: Allawi Chalabi CIA: "Curveball"

Just makes you want to jumb and shout

Allawi, Chalabi, CIA, Chalabi, Allawi

The way the press is covering this latest Bush/Cheney charade, shows beyond a doubt that the establishment Fourth Estate has ceded its independence, and no longer has the self-respect necessary to keep the trust of its readers.

From Newsday 5-29-04:

"While the flashier Chalabi, also a member of the Governing Council, is better known, Allawi has used his family's considerable wealth to burnish his image in the West. In recent months, a relative and supporter in England had paid more than $300,000 to lobbying firms in the United States to promote Allawi among American decision-makers, according to published reports.

On the Governing Council, Allawi has been in charge of security, a reason council members gave for his selection as prime minister. One of his relatives, Ali Allawi, is defense minister."


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