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Archive for the Month of September, 2005.
Viewing ALL NEWS articles 301 through 375 of 476.

September 19, 2005

British forces break into Basra jail, Iraqis say - British soldiers used 10 armored vehicles to break down the walls of the central jail in this southern city Monday and freed two Britons, allegedly undercover commandos arrested on charges of shooting two Iraqi policemen, witnesses said.

Report: Sharon raised illegal campaign funds in New York - Channel Ten interviewed real estate magnate Larry Silverstein in the building lobby after the dinner. He described Sharon as "extraordinary. The man is brilliant, enormous energy, great conviction, tremendous courage, and we applaud him for what he has done." Asked if Sharon thanked him for his contribution. Silverstein said, "No, but not necessary. We're here to support the man."

Official 9/11 Story "A Fabrication," Los Angeles Citizens Grand Jury Finds - Labeling official versions of the attacks of September 11, 2001, "a propaganda fabrication" designed to promote U.S. military action in Afghanistan and Iraq, a Los Angeles "Citizens" Grand Jury has found grounds to indict numerous government officials, according to a purported draft of the Grand Jury report obtained by RageMAker.

September 20, 2005

Will Ed Meese Force Katrina Victims to Glean for Dinner? - Meese, as the "unofficial adviser for New Orleans area reconstruction" and a follower of Christian Reconstructionism will likely attempt to force his "faith-based" theocratic dogmatism on the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

If Corporations Could Laugh - - by Ralph Nader - Corporations, like giant banks, have long been on Washington's list as being "too big to be allowed to fail" no matter how badly these banks behave.

Agent Provocateurs? UK Soldiers Dressed as Iraqis Killing Local Police - According to various sources, several British soldiers were involved in the jailbreak of two other uk soldiers arrested by Iraqi police who were wearing Arab clothing and allegedly fired on police at a checkpoint.

The Enemy and the Nuremberg Principles - We now come to the question of possible criminality on the part of leading members of the Bush Administration, including the President himself, and we have to examine what happened and which provisions apply to them.

Bush Official Arrested in Corruption Probe - The Bush administration's top federal procurement official resigned Friday and was arrested yesterday, accused of lying and obstructing a criminal investigation into Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff's dealings with the federal government.

Tom Heneghen Reports Movement Within Chicago Federal Court In Upcoming Indictments Of Bush Administration - Tom Heneghen reports that a Judge Magistrate named Mark R. Filip is trying to suppress the indictments against Bush-Cheney and other high officials by the Fitzgerald Grand Juries.

Global warming "past the point of no return" - A record loss of sea ice in the Arctic this summer has convinced scientists that the northern hemisphere may have crossed a critical threshold beyond which the climate may never recover.

Media policy dominated by 'cosy cartel', says report - UK media policy is dominated by a cosy cartel of politicians, government advisers and industry lobbyists, according to new research.

British "Undercover Soldiers" Caught driving Booby Trapped Car - "They refused to say what their mission was."

The Venice FL Terabyte - - by Daniel Hopsicker - Was Pentagon Tracking Mohamed Atta Just Days Before 9.11 Attack?

FEMA Employees Lynched for Looting in New Orleans - The badly mangled bodies of three FEMA workers were discovered two days ago, hanging from a tree inside the courtyard of a French Quarter apartment. The bodies, found by U.S. Military Police units engaged in searching for survivors, bore crudely written placards that read, "FEMA THIEF-DIE," "RACIST PIG," and "FEMA LOOTER BITCH."

Mercenary scandal in Chile. - Chile's newspapers are exposing a mercenary-for-hire scandal involving a Chicago-based company called "Your Solutions, Inc."

September 21, 2005

British "Pseudo-Gang" Terrorists Exposed in Basra - So, the next time you read or hear about crazed "al-Qaeda in Iraq" terrorists blowing up children or desperate job applicants, keep in mind, according to the Iraqi Interior Ministry, the perpetrators may very well be British SAS goons who cut their teeth killing Irish citizens.

EU moves to log Internet, phone communication - The European Commission has adopted proposals to log details of all telephone, Internet, and e-mail traffic, to combat terrorism and serious crime.

Another UPI Story About the CIA Disappears - Recently UPI posted a story with this headline: Oxford dons blast CIA student spies. When I clicked on the link, I was greeted with the news that UPI had yanked the story.

Fake Terrorism Is a Coalition's Best Friend - These actions are inexcusable and embarrassing; however, they should make you think. If a country like the United Kingdom is willing to commit acts of terror, what kind of false-flag operations do you think the United States is capable of?

Whistleblowers' stomach-curdling story: Halliburton serves contaminated water to troops - Outrage overflowed on Capitol Hill this summer when members of Congress learned that Halliburton's dining halls in Iraq had repeatedly served spoiled food to unsuspecting troops. But the outrage apparently doesn't end with spoiled food.

The Next Fake Threat - A congressionally-mandated commission with ties to the defense industry is pushing a fake threat -- electromagnetic pulse attacks -- when the Pentagon can hardly conduct one itself.

Wash Postie: 'Reasonable' Blacks Believe Levee Plot - "Reasonable" African Americans in New Orleans believe that the Bush administration engineered the levee breaks during Hurricane Katrina in a bid to save the city's white sections by flooding black neighborhoods, Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson said Sunday.

British bombers - ... the men are members of the SRR, or Special Reconnaissance Regiment. The insignia shows a Greek helmet with a sword thrust through the mouth and up through the back of the skull.

New Study: Two-Year Olds Branded by TV Advertising - A new study shows that children as young as two years old easily recognise brand logos and that the amount of TV they watched determined how much branding they recognised

Blair revelations reiterate elite occult obsession - Remember the Aztec Re-birthing rituals and "channeling the light"?

U.S. to Pay Uzbekistan $23M for Use of Military Base - The United States said on Tuesday it would pay Uzbekistan nearly $23 million for use of an air base in the Central Asian country which is a hub for U.S. operations in Afghanistan but from which it is being evicted, although some members of the U.S. Congress protested the payment, Reuters reported.

GEDs no longer required - Army recruiters now have a wider pool to find future soldiers in. The Army is reaching out to a slice of America’s youth long ineligible to serve: non-high school graduates who don’t have a General Equivalency Diploma

Environmental groups petition EPA to retract fluoride pesticide tolerances on food - The tolerances were requested by Dow AgroSciences, which is expanding its use of the pesticide sulfuryl fluoride (trade named ProFume) to fumigate food processing facilities and storage areas. Dow has never conducted crucial safety tests on fluoride residues yet scientific studies point to serious health risks from ingesting even small amounts.

Wal-Mart in court over right to stop for lunch - Wal-Mart, the world's largest discount retailer and owner of Asda supermarkets in Britain, faced new legal difficulties yesterday as jurors in a California court heard claims that the company denied employees lunch breaks and forced them to work overtime without compensation.

Take the Liberal Media Quiz! - Are you worried that you are being exposed to excessive amounts of liberal propaganda? Take the following quiz, then add up your points!

Gas-station advocate: "Banks are making a killing" - "The credit-card companies are making almost as much as the oil companies."

Bush Taps Crony for Whitewash of Katrina - The major problem with this is that the proverbial fox will be overseeing the chicken coop. Townsend is a party loyalist. A faithful Republican servant of both the GOP and Bush. And now she'll be reporting to Bush's uber-operative, Karl Rove.

In 1 year, Halliburton's stock doubles as troop deaths double - Since the beginning of the Iraq war, Halliburton, the Texas energy giant once headed by Vice President Dick Cheney, has seen its stock price more than triple in value.

September 22, 2005

Air Pollution Found To Pose Greater Danger To Health Than Earlier Thought - Experts may be significantly underestimating air pollution's role in causing early death, according to a team of American and Canadian researchers, who studied two decades' worth of data on residents of the Los Angeles metro area.

Lannan speaker delayed in Canada - U.S. immigration officials refused Tuesday to allow Robert Fisk, longtime Middle East correspondent for the London newspaper, The Independent, to board a plane from Toronto to Denver.

Bush Is Insane - President compares hurricane and terrorism.

Today in DC: Commandos in the Streets? - Today, somewhere in the DC metropolitan area, the military is conducting a highly classified Granite Shadow "demonstration." Granite Shadow is yet another new Top Secret and compartmented operation related to the military’s extra-legal powers regarding weapons of mass destruction. It allows for emergency military operations in the United States without civilian supervision or control.

Rita could equal $5 gas - The timing and strength of the latest storm could cause worse spike at the pumps than Katrina did.

Let Them Die or Let Them Go - I have a word of advice I would like to offer Donald Rumsfeld and the Pentagon chieftains who currently preside over the 200 or more hunger strikers at Guantanamo Bay, 20 of whom are near death.

Time To Also March On The Media? - It is time to recognize that the war in Iraq was not just a government crime. It was and is still a media crime.

If it's freedom and success "they" hate, why aren't "they'"attacking Norway? - Most Americans like to believe they live in the best country in the world. They don't. According to the United Nations Human Development Report for 2005, Norway is number one. Why? It's a welfare state.

Act Three, Scene Two: Clinton Criticizes Bush (Again) - The Clintons and the Bushes are comparable to the Lucchese and Genovese families: they have their little spats, but at the end of the day they eat their gnocchi from the same table. The Democons and the Republicrats are the left and right hands of a single body.

Police stake out bar, hoping to catch man drunk - Canadian cops staked out a bar in the hope of finding a journalist drunk. The journalist in question, Edmonton newspaper columnist Kerry Diotte, wasn't suspected of involvement in any crime

Carter says Gore won 2000 election - There is "no doubt in my mind that Gore won the election," the erstwhile President declared, saying the 2000 election process "failed abysmally."

Homeland Security Officials Wrongly Arrested Peaceful Protesters in Georgia, Charges ACLU - Vegans Targeted for Protesting Outside Honey Baked Ham Store

Militants storm platform after arrest - More than 100 armed militants on Thursday stormed a US-operated oil platform in Nigeria, the world's eighth largest exporter, in response to the arrest of a militia leader. Asari campaigns for self-determination of his Ijaw tribe, the largest in the delta, and argues that the colonial treaties that created the union with the rest of Nigeria are fraudulent.

Wolfowitz Sends His Gal to State Dept. — To Work With Cheney's Daughter - No announcement, but World Bank internal memo reveals new assignment for Shaha Riza

Pentagon Pulls Draft That Discusses Pre-Emptive Use Of Nukes From Website - An unclassified draft of a US nuclear doctrine review that spells out conditions under which US commanders might seek approval to use nuclear weapons has been removed from a Pentagon website, a spokesman said Monday.

Bishop admits church has received drug money - A Mexican bishop has admitted that the local Catholic church receives donations from drug traffickers, but claimed these are "purified" through good works.

North Korea says US using talks as pretext for attack - North Korea accused the United States on Wednesday of using diplomatic talks to try and take away its nuclear arms so that Washington could crush the reclusive state with an atomic weapons strike.

Top Democrats won't attend anti-war rally in Washington - As the anti-war movement arrives in Washington this weekend, many top Democrats are leaving. The only Democratic officeholders who plan to address the rally are Reps. Cynthia McKinney of Georgia and John Conyers of Michigan.

September 23, 2005

9-11 crash victim Barbara Olson arrested in Europe - French and American intelligence agents have arrested Barbara Olson, the alleged 9-11 Pentagon crash victim and wife of Ted Olson the former Bush 43 Solicitor General. She was found to be in possession of millions in fake interbank Italian lyra currency, according to the agents.

RITA: Storm May Be the Coup de Grace for the American Economy and Many of Us As Well - by Michael C. Ruppert - While I had serious doubts about America’s ability to recover from Katrina, I am certain that – barring divine intervention – the United States is finished; not only as a superpower, but possibly even as a single, unified nation with the arrival of Hurricane Rita.

Katrina evacuees to be injected with neurotoxin - It is well known that mercury is a neurtoxin, the cause of autism and other cognitive maladies. It has been taken out of most vaccines but is still in tetanus shots and has actually been increased in the flu vaccine.

The Inevitable War with Iran - If Washington wants a war with Iran, there'll be a war with Iran. That's the great lesson of the Iraq war; once the decision is made, there's no turning back.

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Frias ships 1,000,000 barrels of petroleum to the United States - "As a Hemispheric neighbor and business partner, we are pleased that we are able to provide immediate relief by increasing gasoline supplies available in the United States in the aftermath of this devastating natural disaster," said Venezuela’s Ambassador to the United States, Bernardo Alvarez Herrera.

The Backdoor to Military Rule in America - Without any doubt, the most dangerous threat to the freedom of the American people in our lifetime lies with what might be called the Padilla doctrine, an exercise of such raw military power that, if upheld, will totally transform life in America as we know it. Unfortunately most Americans remain blissfully unaware of the ominous implications of this doctrine.

What is Covert Action? - Perhaps the most interesting and sinister field in Intelligence is Covert Action (also referred to as Clandestine Operations, Black Ops, and Black Operations).

Arabic channel demands reporter's release - The Arabic-language channel al-Arabiya has demanded the release of a reporter who has been held without charge since being arrested at a family funeral in Iraq.

Will Rita be used as pretext to reflood New Orleans? - CNN correspondent (and likely British agent) Jeff Koinange said something interesting on Thursday night.

US wealthiest 'worth $1 trillion' - To make this year's list of the top 400 fortunes in the US a minimum net worth of $900m was required - up from $750m last year.

Mohammed Atta and Prince Nayif: the Saudi drugs dealers who helped finance the 911 attack - Released confidential documents point to financing of 911 attacks tied to Bush family drug network.

CIA director wants to expand operations overseas - CIA director Porter Goss said he intends to rebuild the intelligence agency as a global operation with more spies operating overseas under different kinds of cover in more countries.

Join The Marines! The Few, The Proud, The Psychotic - If you are foolish enough to volunteer for Special Forces, then you will be trained to kill, up close, without compunction, without hesitation, and on cue. You will also be subjected to covert mind control technologies which will affect you for the remainder of your life. They do not tell you, nor do they ask you for your permission to be programmed.

VelvetRevolution: Is Diebold the Next Enron? - Corruption, Incompetence and Infighting Pummell the Company Name and Stock

Bush Waives Saudi Trafficking Sanctions - President Bush decided Wednesday to waive any financial sanctions on Saudi Arabia, Washington's closest Arab ally in the war on terrorism, for failing to do enough to stop the modern-day slave trade in prostitutes, child sex workers and forced laborers.

Nato-controlled Afghan regions record huge increase in opium production - The report is an embarrassment to Washington and London as they claim stability and progress in Afghanistan.

Work-Related Deaths Top 5,000 Per Day Globally, and Rising - While men account for 80 percent of all work-related deaths, the report said, some 22,000 children die at work each year.

This is Global Warming, Says Environmental Chief - Super-powerful hurricanes now hitting the United States are the "smoking gun" of global warming, one of Britain's leading scientists believes.

Purging the Poor - New Orleans is already displaying signs of a demographic shift so dramatic that some evacuees describe it as "ethnic cleansing."

Blackwater Down - One might ask, given the enormous presence in New Orleans of National Guard, US Army, US Border Patrol, local police from around the country and practically every other government agency with badges, why private security companies are needed, particularly to guard federal projects.

September 24, 2005

Tyco Exec: Abramoff Claimed Ties to Administration - Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff bragged two years ago that he was in contact with White House political aide Karl Rove on behalf of a large, Bermuda-based corporation that wanted to avoid incurring some taxes and continue receiving federal contracts, according to a written statement by President Bush's nominee to be deputy attorney general.

Bush Heads To Colorado For Military Takeover Drill - Our sources inform us that far from this being a change of plan, Bush is visiting Northcom for a reason.

Big Trouble for British Occupation of Southern Iraq - As expected, the British and the corporate press are blaming Moqtada al-Sadr and his Mahdi army for the recent troubles in Basra, obscuring the fact two SAS undercover troublemakers were caught red-handed readying a terrorist attack against Iraqi Shi’ites.

"BOMBS INSIDE WTC" - FIRE OFFICER SAYS FIREMEN, COPS KNOW TRUTH - On the morning of Sept. 11, 2005, New York City auxiliary fire lieutenant Paul Isaac Jr. asserted, yet again, that 9-11 was an inside job. "I know 9-11 was an inside job. The police know it’s an inside job; and the firemen know it too," said Isaac.


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