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Archive for the Month of April, 2006.
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April 1, 2006

All Hail Our Master’s Voice! - Hey y’all, got your television sets on? Sure hope so. It’s your patriotic duty. Deadeye Dick has his tuned to FOX News.

Tony Soprano vs. Antonin Scalia - Let us consider Scalia as the Mafia don of the Supremes and the highest court, responsible for appointing our would-be dictator, George W. Bush.

DOJ Demands to Snoop Internet Search Results - It’s not people who derive pleasure from kiddy porn of even "al-Qaeda" operatives the government is worried about monitoring. It can be argued that the government likes the idea of child pornography because it serves as an excuse to increase their dictatorial power and dismantle the Constitution, as the "threat" of drugs did for decades (and before that, the threat of "communism"). If not for porn and "al-Qaeda," the government would have no excuse.

War Against Iran, April 2006 - Biological Threat and Executive Order 13292

Blackwater USA says it can supply forces for conflicts - Until now, the eight-year-old company has confined itself to training military and police personnel and providing security guards for government and private clients. Under Black's proposal, it would take on an overt combat role.

AFRICAN WAR CRIMES: FORGIVENESS IF YOU'RE WHITE, "JUSTICE" IF YOU'RE BLACK - In scale, duration and the sheer arrogance of their crimes, West African warlords shrink into nothingness besides the white mass murderers who were forgiven for limitless war crimes in Mozambique, Angola, Zimbabwe, Namibia and inside South Africa itself.

Agent Orange: The Legacy of a Weapon of Mass Destruction - Thirty-five years after the US sprayed the jungles of Vietnam with toxic defoliant, thousands of babies are still being born with horrific defects. But unlike the American veterans, no one in the war-ravaged country has received any compensation.

Top 100 Executives - by Total Compensation

April 2, 2006


Gasp! If Attacked Iran Would Actually Defend Itself - If Iran covertly intervened in America’s so-called election process, spied on American politicians, buzzed over military bases and nuclear labs with drones, and otherwise spent billions to undermine the United States and collect intelligence in advance of an invasion or massive shock and awe campaign, the American people would be calling for the government to defend itself by all means necessary...

Wolfowitz looks at opening World Bank Iraq office - World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz is considering expanding bank operations in Iraq, which would put his agency at the center of rebuilding from a war he helped plan as the Pentagon's former No. 2 official.

Dubya didn't want to be anywhere near the "Hinckley Hilton" on March 30 - The connections between the Bushes and Hinckleys...

Government in secret talks about strike against Iran - The Government is to hold secret talks with defence chiefs tomorrow to discuss possible military strikes against Iran.

Talk Radio Loudmouth Attacks Cynthia McKinney - It’s all part of a concerted effort to send her packing to the political wilderness and deliver a stern message—criticism of the official fairy tale of nine eleven, as promulgated by Congress, the corporate media, and the neocons at the behest of the White House and the Pentagon, will not be tolerated. If racism is required in this effort, so be it.

Uganda's daily rate of violent deaths is three times Iraq's, says report - The rate of violent deaths in war-ravaged northern Uganda is three times higher than in Iraq and the 20-year insurgency has cost $1.7bn (£980m), according to a report by 50 international and local agencies released today.

WEEKEND OUTRAGE: ABC NEWS SUSPENDS PRODUCER FOR WRITING PERSONAL ANTI-BUSH E-MAIL - The ABC producer in question, John Green, has been suspended and forced to make a groveling apology to the White House, a gesture that sounds straight outta Stalinist Russia.

Mother Bush takes care of her brood - The odd Bangkok prostitute aside, no one's taken better care of Neil than his dear old mom.

Halliburton's War - Three Years in Iraq

April 3, 2006

Thought Control - The aim is to pacify and remove the public influence on foreign policies.

A Bull Market For Sensex, Fashion Models And Farmer Suicides - The smug indifference of the elite is matched by the governments they do not vote in, but control.

How Capitalism Threatens Your Health - A Terrible Weapon in the Hands of the Rich

Canadian Tar Sands: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly - ... the easy oil has been found and the hard to find stuff is now on its way to being used up.

"The Moussaouian Candidate" - Moussaoui reminds one of the Palestinian buzz boy Sirhan Bishara Sirhan, who confessed to the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy shortly after the event...

A TALE OF TWO ASSASSINATION COUPS - One president faces death for being shot at and one student will be in prison for most of his adult life for threatening another president. All presidents aren’t created equal.

Health care in Iraq, then and now - ...the Iraqi health care system had indeed been battered beyond recognition by the efforts of the United States and its allies.

Oppression of journalists in the United States - Get used to it until Bush and his gang are gone.

How Immigration Is Being Used To Destroy The US By The Elite - The stage is being set for the US to fall. You have to understand that illegals ARE NOT the problem. It is our corrupt government who allows them to come here in the first place, driving down the wages and pushing the country into a slave society.

U.S. Willing to Deploy Combat Troops to Colombia - A direct U.S. military intervention in Colombia clearly would have little to do with combating drugs. After all, if that were the true objective then the Bush administration would be targeting the country’s paramilitary leaders who, under the demobilization agreement, have been allowed to maintain their drug trafficking organizations while avoiding extradition to the United States...

April 4, 2006

The price of being a woman: Slavery in modern India - The desire for sons has created a severe shortage of marriageable young women. As their value rises, unscrupulous men are trading them around the subcontinent and beyond as if they were a mere commodity

Former Head Of Star Wars Program Says Cheney Main 9/11 Suspect - Official version of events a conspiracy theory, says drills were cover for attacks

Padilla Denied Day in Court - José Padilla, also known as the Muslim Abdullah al-Muhajir, was denied an appeal by the Supreme Court earlier today, thus paving the way for the neocons to arrest anybody they want and throw them in a military brig or Halliburton concentration camp and abandon them to rot...

A CLEAR & PRESENT DANGER: PRESIDENT JOHN McCAIN - He is the warmonger’s war-monger.... He makes Bush look like Gandhi .... The prospect of President John McCain should scare the hell out of you.

The enemies of a free Iraq - The United States’ invasion and occupation of Iraq has two primary objectives, plus a third that stems from the first two. The first two are oil and "lily pads." The third is to maintain a government or quasi-government to legitimize U.S. access to both. Everything the United States has done in Iraq has ensued from these primary objectives...

DeLay implicated in Florida gangland hit of casino boats owner - The story behind the story: DeLay's involvement with Florida gangland mobsters probed by prosecutors stymied by withheld FBI interview forms and obstruction from George W. and Jeb Bush.

Government Says Aspartame Is Good For You - AP calls study independent, omits previous human studies showing Aspartame danger

Ex-Sinn Fein member who spied for UK found dead - A former member of Irish nationalist party Sinn Fein who spied for Britain was found shot dead on Tuesday...

Film-maker's death "was murder" - James Miller...was shot by a soldier from the Israeli Defence Force (IDF) while making a film in a Palestinian refugee camp in 2003.

Saddam Accused of Genocide - I guess genocide just ain't what it used to be.

Ohio Official Invested in Vote Machine Co. - The state's top elections official said Monday he accidentally invested in a company that makes voting machines. Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell...said he discovered the shares for Diebold Inc. while preparing a required filing for the Ohio Ethics Commission.

9/11: a 7-Man Job - How many people would it have taken to demolish World Trade Center buildings 1, 2 and 7 with bombs? Hundreds? Thousands? How about 3.

April 5, 2006

U.S. troops in Dominican Republic - The United States hoped sending a heavily armed brigade of several thousand troops to Barahona, a small city on the southern coast of the Dominican Republic 50 miles from the Haitian border, would go unnoticed.

Saddam’s Crimes Pale in Comparison to those of the Neocons - ...the United States, United Nations, Britain, and the "coalition of the killing" are responsible for the death of well over two million people in Iraq (and an incalculable number of others are certain to die in the Middle East and elsewhere from the use of depleted uranium and other toxins).

New phone-tapping powers in Australia - Virtually no media coverage has been given to the latest laws, even though they will authorise the government and its security agencies for the first time to intercept the telephone and email communications of completely innocent people.

Irish Republican Army (IRA) official who spied for British may have had the goods on more senior spies - Donaldson had accrued many enemies over the years. All are suspect in his torture/murder

The GOP's family values - ...the mainstream media has ignored the sex perverts who dominate the Bush administration, from senior White House officials to lower level political appointees in various federal agencies...

The most dangerous man in Europe - Berlusconi threatens the edifice of Italian democracy.

OUT LOUD: AN INSIDE JOB? - "The goals would be to get control of the world's oil and establish a new doctrine of pre-emptive warfare. That was a difficult sell before 9/11."

Zacarias Moussaoui is Nothing but a Patsy! - 911 was an inside job, an attack on US citizens carried out by elements within the US government in order to provide justification to curtail civil liberties and launch wars...to control the flow of oil in the middle east. Period.

Iraq Then and Now -- The Actors and Events - During the 1930s and 1940s, the U.S. supported the British occupation of Iraq. Today, the same actors occupy the same stage, but with reversed roles.

Coca Cola - Sucking Communities Dry

KATIE THE ANCHOR-ETTE - The Mockingbird still goes TWEET-TWEET-TWEET....

April 6, 2006

Insurers Saw Record Gains in Year of Catastrophic Loss - The companies that provide Americans with their homeowners and auto insurance made a record $44.8-billion profit last year even after accounting for the claims of policyholders wiped out by Hurricane Katrina and the other big storms of 2005...Top executives described the profit — an 18.7% increase over the previous year — as a fluke

Wall Street Dems Unveil Plans to Undermine the Progressive Movement - ...this move today is nothing more than the beginning of a frontal attack by Corporate America on the progressive movement, using the Democratic Party as an all-too-transparent cloak of legitimacy.

Job Insecurity Takes Major Toll on Worker Health - Feeling insecure about your job harms both mental and physical health -- whether you actually lose your job or not.

Katie Couric: the Pretty Face of Corporate Propaganda - ...Katie Couric, CFR member, will leave NBC and head for CBS, where she will be an "anchorwoman," managing editor, and the "new homecoming queen of news," or rather government script reading.

Local Television’s Dirty Little Secret - An exposé by the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD) and Free Press reveals that corporate propaganda has infiltrated local television news across the country.

Kleenex Workers - ...take another look at the folks who invented the word liberté. Throughout the month of March and beyond, they were demonstrating, rioting, and burning up cars to preserve a right Americans can only dream of: the right not to be fired at an employer’s whim.

Juxtaposition of the day - ...this placing of matter and antimatter in such close proximity did not even result in the newsreader batting an eyelash.

Helen and Sylvia, the new face of terrorism - Two grandmothers from Yorkshire face up to a year in prison after becoming the first people to be arrested under the Government's latest anti-terror legislation.

Phantom al-Zarqawi Targets Hamas - It makes perfect sense for Israel to expand on the CIA-ISI “al-Qaeda” contrivance, so effective in scaring the pants off somnolent Americans. Israel has a long and sordid history of false flag terrorism, most notably the Lavon Affair in 1954...

Media Moguls who attended Bilderberg meeting in 2005 - Bilderberg Meetings; Trilateral Commission; CFR Members

OpEdNews Editor Warned by Capitol Police For Article - She explained that if I kept doing this-- writing inflammatory stuff, then... and she wasn't very clear what... but definitely something, would happen or develop.

April 7, 2006

Immigration: A Nation of Colonists and Race Laws - The original Europeans in what is now the US were not immigrants, but colonists. And the US is not a nation of immigrants -- it is a white colonial settler state, like South Africa under Apartheid, the former Rhodesia, Australia and Israel. Like those states the US has always operated on a sometimes hidden, sometimes overt system of Apartheid.

Not a pretty poison - What part of arsenic's threat to human health does the Bush administration not understand?

AT&T Sends ALL Internet Traffic To NSA Says EFF - "The evidence that we are filing supports our claim that AT&T is diverting Internet traffic into the hands of the NSA wholesale, in violation of federal wiretapping laws and the Fourth Amendment..."

Fluoride debate may surge as treated water linked to cancer - Young boys who drink fluoridated tap water are at greater risk for a rare bone cancer, Harvard researchers reported yesterday.

Three years after looting of Iraqi National Museum: an official whitewash of US crime - A plan to loot Iraq?

A Trillion Good Reasons to Keep the Estate Tax - Permanently abolishing the estate tax would cost almost $1 trillion in the first ten years.

The Washington snake pit and Cynthia McKinney - McKinney---a longtime critic of covert operations and the CIA, US foreign policy, and the only member of Congress to address 9/11---has been singled out for intimidation, repeated police harassment ("security"), racial profiling, and a special brand of national mass media character assassination. And now, even the threat of jail.

Yellow Think Tanks and Yellow Journalism - The conduct of our current crew of mass media charlatans has often been compared to the yellow journalism that ignited the Spanish/American war of 1898. But with the Iraq conflict we have a new combustible ingredient: yellow think tanks. When the pundits of the American Enterprise Institute speak, the New York Times listens...

On 9/11: Was the Asbestos-Laced World Trade Center "Disposable"? - ...the World Trade Center (WTC) was obsolete and asbestos-laced, and...its destruction on 9/11 may, for certain interests in the U.S., have been both desirable and profitable--independent of any interest in war.

April 8, 2006

US considers use of nuclear weapons against Iran - The administration of President George W. Bush is planning a massive bombing campaign against Iran, including use of bunker-buster nuclear bombs to destroy a key Iranian suspected nuclear weapons facility, The New Yorker magazine has reported...

Kids on ADHD drugs: A dangerous path to addiction - If medical professionals begin telling children at a very young age that they can change the way they think, feel, and behave by simply taking a pill, they will logically continue to take drugs in attempt to mood-alter whenever they have problems in life.

McDonald's Is Super-Sizing Destruction of the Amazon - Greenpeace has launched a campaign against McDonald's, accusing the restaurant chain of abetting the destruction of the Brazilian rainforest

Moussaoui Trial Testimony Confirms FBI Cover-up in Venice - In a major development in the 9.11 investigation which passed almost-unnoticed, jurors in the death penalty trial of Zacharias Moussaoui heard testimony from aviation officials about a previously-undisclosed incident...


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