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In a candid moment in front of U.S. troops, Donald Rumsfeld strays from the official story of heroic passengers flying fight 93 into the ground by saying it was “shot down.”

October 15, 2007

Rumsfeld says Flight 93 was

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9/11 Coincidences (Part Six)

October 15, 2007

9/11 Coincidences (Part Six)

9/11 Coincidences (Part Six)
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“ABLE DANGER” Terror Drills on 9/11
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On the morning of September 11 2001, the US Defence Agencies had been running pre-planned simulations of terrorist attacks involving crashing planes into the WTC and Pentagon. The Bush administration described the event as “a bizarre coincidence”. The matter was not mentioned by the media. True to form for false-flag terror attacks, it seems that these Military Drills were used as cover for the attack.

Webster Tarpley lays out a very convincing case that military drills were used as cover and pretext for the attacks of 9/11. Using drills, our own military resources were directed, in supposed practice attacks, which were ‘flipped live’ by moles working within the government. Using such drills, most of the fighter air cover of the US was redirected to Alaska and Canada. Other drills were used to inject dozens of false ‘blips’ onto FAA radar screens. Still other drills, ones using ‘live fly’ hijacked aircraft, were apparently ‘flipped live’ and the planes crashed into the towers under remote control.

The ‘hijackers’ are mere patsies, DOD controlled “red team” actors. The supposed ‘hijackers’ are essentially actors trained by the military and CIA to play the part of the “red team” in simulated terrorist drills. The now famous “Able Danger” program was most likely one half, the red half, of a hijack drill the other half being “Able Warrior.”

Its all about the New World order stupid

October 3, 2007

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Less health care for the children maybe all the teeth in the childrens mouth will fall out and they will no longer be able to eat-get my point-the new world order.

Iraq is More Important then Health Insurance for Kids

I’m a little confused. Someone unconfuse me.

1 bill.  1 bill for health insurance. 1 bill to help millions of poor children get insurance. 1 bill that Bush just vetoed.

Fact: Bush has spent, or will spend $700 BILLION for a war in Iraq.  Bush feels spending $35 billion is too much money to insure 4 million poor children who are without healthcare right now.

Fact: Bush has given $50 BILLION in subsidies for huge oil companies but feels not enough americans deserve health insurance.

Are children the bottom feeders?  I’m a single mother, I only make 40K a year.  I’m told I make too much for state insurance, yet, my taxes go to pay for medicare for ADULTS who are capable of working so they can have health insurance.  My taxes.  I can’t afford the $700 a month premium at my work to insure my daughter.  I had to take a policy with a $2,500 deductible in order to afford any kind of insurance. 

I feel freaking duped by our government suddenly.  Can’t they for once just agree that our kids should come first. 

This saddens me. Seriously saddens me.  It’s no wonder we can’t get our priorities straight.

Here’s to all those poor children, sorry kids, no medicines for you today, hopefully you’ll survive another day.

Thank you President Bush, thank you.

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Why Are These Soldiers Not Court Marshalled? « Harlequin’s Gazette

October 2, 2007

Why Are These Soldiers Not Court Marshalled? « Harlequin’s Gazette

Why were these soldiers not court marshalled?

Many videos I have come across, concerning this invasion war show a lot of this type of behaviour from soldiers. This shows me that humanity is not a requirement to join the military currently. We have a very close family friend who had a very high ranking in the military in the 40s through the 60s. He is an elderly gentleman and was capable of sending people to Guantanamo Bay. In my eyes, he is a respectful soldier. He also does not think very highly of Georgie.

I don’t know what you would call these idiots. They are making children in Iraq run after water. It is funny to them.

Our tax dollars pay for them to do their jobs; cruelty to children is not part of a soldier’s job description. Maybe under the Bush Administration it is.

This is already an illegal war, and we need to commend soldiers that do their jobs correctly. However, the evil people in this video should be found, and maybe we should keep their children thirsty and hungry for a few days, make them run in the heat after a truck, laugh at them, and then throw water at them. That’s not funny, is it?

Kind of reminds you how Katrina was handled, the whole humanity thing.

Don’t come up with any cutesy remarks either. They will be deleted or ignored. I am not easily brainwashed and knew exactly what would happen with Bush.

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Police Clash with Protesters in Myanmar (Monks Protest)

September 28, 2007

Police Clash with Protesters in Myanmar (Monks Protest)

26.09.2007 Yangon, Myanmar (Burma) – The military dictatorship in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, cracked down on escalating anti-government street protests on Wednesday, Sept. 26, with troops firing over the heads of large crowds in Yangon, the country’s main city. Riot police fired tear gas at columns of monks trying to push their way past barricades sealing off the Shwedagon Pagoda, Myanmar’s holiest shrine and the starting point of marches that mushroomed from small protests against huge fuel price increases. Angry crowds filled the streets of Yangon, defying the military violence meant to curb the biggest anti-government protests in 20 years.

Jim Carrey – Call to Action on Burma and Aung San Suu Kyi

September 28, 2007

Jim Carrey – Call to Action on Burma and Aung San Suu Kyi

Jim Carrey calls for people to support the world’s only imprisoned Nobel Peace Prize recipient Aung San Suu Kyi. He also decries Burma’s military regime for recruiting more child soldiers than any other country in the world, destroying 3,000 villages in eastern Burma, and forcing 1.5 million refugees to flee. He appeals to viewers to join two organizations:The Human Rights Action Center
http://www.humanrightsactioncenter.org
U.S. Campaign for Burma
http://www.uscampaignforburma.org

Statement By H.E. Mr. Felipe Pérez Roque, Minister Of Foreign Affairs Of The Republic Of Cuba, At The 62nd Session Of The United Nations General Assembly « Unminds Must Fear

September 28, 2007

Statement By H.E. Mr. Felipe Pérez Roque, Minister Of Foreign Affairs Of The Republic Of Cuba, At The 62nd Session Of The United Nations General Assembly « Unminds Must Fear

Statement By H.E. Mr. Felipe Pérez Roque, Minister Of Foreign Affairs Of The Republic Of Cuba, At The 62nd Session Of The United Nations General Assembly

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With a foul language and an arrogant tone, President Bush insulted and threatened some ten countries; he gave orders, in a firm and authoritarian fashion, to the General Assembly; and with such bossiness never ever seen in this hall, he dished out terms and judgments on a score of countries.

It was an embarrassing show. The delirium tremens of the world’s policeman. The intoxication of imperial power, sprinkled with the mediocrity and the cynicism of those who threaten to launch wars in which they know their life is not at stake.

The President of the United States has no right at all to pass judgment on any other sovereign nation on this planet. Having powerful nuclear weapons offers no right whatsoever to tread upon the rights of the peoples of the other 191 countries that are represented here.

And the determination and courage of the peoples should not be underestimated when it comes to defending their rights! After all, what prevails is not the power of cannons but the fairness of the ideas that you fight for. The bullish and menacing President should have already learned it by now.

Sovereign equality of States and not “regime change.” Respect for sovereignty and not unilateral certifications of good behavior. Respect for International Law and not illegal blockades and wars.

President Bush talked about democracy, but we all know that he is lying. He came into office through fraud and deceit. We would have been spared his presence yesterday and would have listened to President Albert Gore talking about climate change and the risks to our species. We also recall how he brazenly supported the coup d’etat against the President and the Constitution of Venezuela.

He talked about peace, but we know that he is lying. We remember very well when he threatened 60 or more countries, which he called “dark corners of the world,” saying that he would wipe them off the face of the earth with pre-emptive and surprise attacks. Bush is a strange warrior who, from the rearguard, sends the young people of his country to kill and to die thousands of kilometers away.

He talked about human rights, but we know that he is lying. He is responsible for the death of 600,000 civilians in Iraq; he authorized tortures at the Guantánamo Naval Base and at Abu Ghraib, and he is an accessory to the kidnapping and disappearance of people, as well as to the secret flights and the clandestine prisons.

He talked about the fight against terrorism, but we know that he is lying. He has ensured complete impunity for the most hateful terrorist groups which, from Miami, have perpetrated heinous crimes against the Cuban people.

President Bush attacked the new Human Rights Council. He is bleeding through the wound; he is grunting his helplessness. He is haunted by the shamefulness that, during his term in office, the United States cannot even look forward to being a member because elections are through secret ballot. Cuba, in turn, was elected as a founding member of the Council with more than two-thirds of the votes.

He talked about cooperation, development and prosperity for the rest of the world, but we all know that he is lying. He has been the most selfish and reckless politician we have ever seen. In a world that this year will bear witness to the death of 10 million children under the age of 5 through preventable diseases, his self-seeking and empty proposals of yesterday are but a sick joke.

President Bush has no moral authority or credibility to judge anyone. He should be held accountable to the world for his crimes.

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Saddam asked Bush for $1bn to go into exile 26/09/07 – World news section

September 27, 2007

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Saddam Hussein is said to have offered to go into exile for $1bn
26/09/07 – World news section                                                                                                                                                                                                    

George Bush was convinced that Saddam was serious about going into exile

Saddam asked Bush for $1bn to go into exile
By DAVID GARDNER

Saddam Hussein offered to step down and go into exile one month before the invasion of Iraq, it was claimed last night.

Fearing defeat, Saddam was prepared to go peacefully in return for £500million ($1billion).

The extraordinary offer was revealed yesterday in a transcript of talks in February 2003 between George Bush and the then Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar at the President’s Texas ranch.

The White House refused to comment on the report last night.

But, if verified, it is certain to raise questions in Washington and London over whether the costly four-year war could have been averted.

Only yesterday, the Bush administration asked Congress for another £100billion to finance the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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The total war bill for British taxpayers is expected to reach £7billion by next year.

More than 3,800 American service personnel have lost their lives in Iraq, along with 170 Britons and tens of thousands of Iraqi civilians.

However, according to the tapes, one month before he launched the invasion Mr Bush appeared convinced that Saddam was serious about going into exile.

“The Eqyptians are speaking to Saddam Hussein,” said Mr Bush.

“It seems he’s indicated he would be prepared to go into exile if he’s allowed to take $1billion and all the information he wants about weapons of mass destruction.”

Asked by the Spanish premier whether Saddam – who was executed in December last year – could really leave, the President replied: “Yes, that possibility exists. Or he might even be assassinated.”

But he added that whatever happened: “We’ll be in Baghdad by the end of March.”

Mr Bush went on to refer optimistically to the rebuilding or Iraq.

The transcript – which was published yesterday in the Spanish newspaper El Pais – was said to have been recorded by a diplomat at the meeting in Crawford, Texas, on February 22, 2003.

Mr Bush was dismissive of the then French President Jacques Chirac, saying he “thinks he’s Mr Arab”.

Referring to his relationship with Downing Street, he said: “I don’t mind being the bad cop if Blair is the good cop.”

The President added: “Saddam won’t change and he’ll keep on playing games.

“The time has come to get rid of him. That’s the way it is.”

Days before the invasion began on March 22, 2003, the United Arab Emirates proposed to a summit of Arab leaders that Saddam and his henchmen should go into exile.

It was the first time the plan had been officially voiced but it was drowned out in the drumbeat of war.

A spokesman for Mr Aznar’s foundation had no comment on its authenticity.

Bomb attacks killed 57 people in Iraq yesterday.

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© 2007 Associated Newspapers Ltd

Alex Jones’ ENDGAME – Trailer

September 27, 2007

Alex Jones’ ENDGAME – Trailer

The box of Lies

September 27, 2007

                                                     

  

 

How long will this go on for?

You tell me