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9/11 Truth: Scott Forbes describes power-downs in WTC
Painful Deceptions
The 9-11 Omission Commission
Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime
9-11 Eyewitness
Loose Change 2nd Edition
Professor Jones Exposes Controlled Demoltion of WTC on MSNBC
Confronting the Evidence
The 9-11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions
Are the Criminals Frightened?
The Bush-Bin Laden Connection
9-11 and Oil Production (satire)
FBI Translator Speaks of 9-11 Foreknowledge and Treason
9-11 Commission Ignores Terrorist Funding
Cheney Stand Down Order
Controlled Demolition of WTC Towers
9-11 Painful Questions
9-11 Pentagon Strike
The Corporation
Capitalism and Other Kids Stuff!
Capitalist Conspiracy
M.Parenti: Terrorism, Globalism, and Conspiracy
The Age of the Cheerful Robots
Masters of the Universe
Economic Hitman
The Value of Debt
The Economy of Human RIghts
The World in Ten Seconds
The Bush Tax Cuts
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Bohemian Rhapsody
Secrets of the CIA
JFK2 - The Bush Connection
The Secret Government
Hugo Chavez Speaks at the UN
Mr. Cheney Gets Some Feedback
Masters of the Universe
Bush Nazi Crime Family History
Bush Family Criminal Dynasty
The Clinton Chronicles
Conspiracy of Silence
Ariel Sharon: The Accused
The President Talks to God
Galloway Delivers a Scathing Rebuke to a US Senate Commission
John Bolton talks about the UN
Iraq War
White House Pushed UK to Kill al-Jazeera Bombing Story
Fallujah - The Hidden Massacre
M.Parenti: Terrorism, Globalism, and Conspiracy
Ike Was Right About The War Machine
Galloway vs Hitchens on the Iraq War
Propaganda and War: Iraq and Beyond
We Are Not Going Away
Iraqi Resistance Kills U.S. Marines
Iraqi Lullaby
Iraqi's Murdered By U.S. Marines in Fallujah
Democracy Hypocrisy - Iraq War
War Makes Beasts of Men
Fallujha- The Day After
Second Year Anniversary of the Iraqi Occupation
Saddam had no WMD
One Year Anniversary of the Iraqi Occupation
The Century of the Self
Operation Hollywood
Gore Vidal: Vote Fraud and 9-11
Donahue vs O'Reilly
Galloway vs O'Reilly
Power of Nightmares
Myth of American Exceptionalism
Conspiracy Theory Rock
The Art of Democracy
The Myth of the Liberal Media
The Fake Town Hall Meeting
Galloway is Attacked by Paxman
The O'Sexxxy Factor
I Would Execute Everyone At Gitmo
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US Military Depleted Uranium Movie
Testimonies of Horror from the War on Drugs
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The Invisible Machine
Governments Threaten Journalists in New Orleans
Martial Law in New Orleans
Surveillance Campaign
London Bomb Was Under the Train
London Terror Games
Nuclear Weapon Test
Panama Deception
Stop Nuclear Bunker Busters
Selling War to Kids
Amnesty International Criticizes USA For Torture
Stop USA Torture!
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Peter King's Election Prediction

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July 17, 2005

The World According to the Neo-Con Sympathisers - Perhaps this is the result of ‘educating’ Americans at one level by people like Thomas Friedman, Charles Krauthammer and Daniel Pipes. At a more basic level, it is the result of getting informed by Hollywood movies, Jerry Springer, Fox-TV and the likes. Fox-TV is where you get to see analytical ‘debates’ between an extreme neo-con and a moderate neo-con!

July 16, 2005

Court OKs tribunals - Guantanamo detainees don't have POW rights, judges rule

FBI e-mail proves wrongful arrest in Madrid bombings - An FBI official stated in an e-mail, a day before Brandon Mayfield was wrongly arrested for allegedly having links to March 2004 train bombings in Madrid, that the agency did not have enough evidence to arrest the Portland attorney.

July 15, 2005

Dangerous Niggers, Poor Niggers, London Bombs: A Fable - This War on Terror is easy to figure, if you understand that there are only two types of people in the world.

Tom Tancredo: Nuke Mecca - In response to a senseless question about the idiotic assumption al-Qaeda has fantastical suitcase nukes (no such beast exists) and hired evil Chechens to smuggle them across our porous border, House Representative from Colorado, Tom Tancredo, says the United States should nuke Mecca and Medina, the holiest of holy Muslim cities.

Abu Ghraib Tactics Were First Used at Guantanamo - The investigation also supports the idea that soldiers believed that placing hoods on detainees, forcing them to appear nude in front of women and sexually humiliating them were approved interrogation techniques for use on detainees.

July 14, 2005

Shades of D-Day, As Pentagon Preps NATO Allies for 'Planetary Objectives' - Unable to soldier on alone, at America's massive Naval Base in Norfolk, Virginia, the U.S. military is preparing its partners in the Atlantic Alliance for the battles to come in Washington's 'interminable war on terror.'

A war between normal human people and savages - The corporate terrorist of the Multinationals have invisibly joined hands with the religious zealots who have a mission to transform the Muslim world in their own image.

July 11, 2005

Hard Choices: Bombing al-Qaeda’s Server in Houston - A quick check with MapQuest reveals this to be a densely populated area on a main thoroughfare surrounded by residential neighborhoods (and even a park). No problem. As the bombing of Baghdad demonstrates, the United States has plenty of experience attacking urban areas.

July 10, 2005

Terrorism is a Racket - Think about the evidence that the events of 9/11/2001 were not only known in advance by the highest levels of U.S. government and military, but were actually committed by trained operatives of the government, the evidence hauled away without careful examination of forensics by the same government, and a cover-up commission organized by former members and intense collaborators of the government.

'Al Qaeda': How the Pentagon/ CIA Made an 'Enemy' - Al Qaeda is not and never has been a "terrorist organization."

‘If Osama bin Laden didn’t exist it would be necessary to invent him’ - Everything about ‘al-Qu’eda’ stinks of set up, from its origins in Saudi Arabia to its alleged role in 9/11. Then there are the bizarre actions of the US government preceding and following 9/11 that even has millions of Americans wondering what the hell their government is up to.

July 9, 2005

And Then There Was A Knock - The Strange Detention of a 71 year old Afghan Hindu Man and His 69 Year Old Wife

Spain suspects 'were informants' - The Spanish interior ministry says it is investigating reports that two suspects in the 11 March Madrid train bombings were police informants.

July 8, 2005

al-Qu’eda or al-a’diversion? - The name is merely a mantra, like ‘Red’ or ‘Commie’, a convenient button to be pushed as and when needed.

Sex, Drugs, Mind Control, and Gitmo - According to an article in the New Yorker (one of the only major publications still gutsy enough to publish critical, investigative journalism), the ghosts of Gottlieb, Cameron, and the other architects of MKULTRA and BLUEBIRD are alive and well and continuing their devastating psychological abuse and experimentation. A new generation of psychologists and physicians are turning the Hippocratic Oath on its head in their attempts to shape and modify behavior -- much of it under the guise of "extracting information" from "terrorists" (some of whom are innocents caught up in the post-9/11 dragnet).

Who's Watching the Watch List? - My name is on a list of real and suspected enemies of the state and I can't find out what I'm accused of or why, let alone defend myself. And I'm guilty, says my government, not just until proven innocent or a victim of mistaken identity--but forever.

July 6, 2005

Bush Is Serving Up the Cold War Warmed Over - The "war on terror" is turning out to be nothing more than a recycled formulation of the dangerously dumb "domino theory." Listen to the way President Bush justifies the deepening quagmire of Iraq: "Defeat them abroad before they attack us at home." If we didn't defeat communism in Vietnam, or even tiny Grenada, went the hoary defense of bloody proxy wars and covert brutality in the latter stages of the Cold War, San Diego might be the next to go Red.

July 5, 2005

Afghanistan shattered by imperialism - Seventeen villagers were killed in a “precision” US bombing raid on Friday of last week. Not in Iraq, but in Afghanistan — a country that was “liberated” over three and half years ago.

July 4, 2005

Gladio-Styled "Strategy of Tension" Spawning Islamic Terrorism? - Is it possible a new (or extended) version of Operation Gladio is currently at work in Iraq and elsewhere in the Middle East, endeavoring to convince us that Islam is “violent and dangerous—by helping make it so”?

July 3, 2005

Gitmo detainees defy U.S. soldiers: Report - Though in the past the U.S. authorities did admit to their being defiance from the prisoners and that they were disciplined, the released documents show the full extent of what exactly occurred.

Abducted imam aided CIA ally - Last month, Italian authorities charged 13 CIA operatives with kidnapping an Islamic cleric known as Abu Omar. Now former Albanian intelligence officials reveal that the imam was once an informant valued by the CIA.

July 2, 2005

Island paradise or torture chamber? - They claim it is one in a network of secret detention centres being operated by the Central Intelligence Agency to interrogate high-value terrorist suspects beyond the reach of American or international law.

Lawsuit filed over 'near-terrorist' name - A Chicago-area man whose name in Arabic is as common as "John Smith" is suing the United States for detaining him at the border five times while returning home.

N.J. City Criticized for Homeless Lawsuit - The USA Patriot Act, in the name of fighting terrorism, allows the government to find out which books and Internet sites a person has seen. It lets investigators secretly search homes and monitor phone calls and e-mail. Now, officials in the wealthy New York City suburb of Summit are using the law to justify forcing homeless people to leave a train station...

Canadian's Lawyers Blame U.S - Attorneys for Maher Arar said Thursday that Canadian criminal charges should be brought against U.S. agents responsible for spiriting the Canadian man in 2002 to Syria, where he was imprisoned and allegedly tortured for almost a year.

The High Cost of a Rush to Security - The money was spent in the name of improving security at the nation's airports: $1,180 for 20 gallons of Starbucks Coffee -- $3.69 a cup -- at the Santa Clara Marriott in California: $1,540 to rent 14 extension cords at $5 each per day for three weeks at the Wyndham Peaks Resort and Golden Door Spa in Telluride, Colo.

June 30, 2005

Trashing the Constitution in the name of "Terrorism" - "In any criminal act one needs to look at who benefited. Surely it wasn’t we the people. We have pretty much lost our entire Bill of Rights, and The Constitution under a regime of fear and the catch all phrase “terrorism."

June 28, 2005

US faces prison ship allegations - The United Nations says it has learned of serious allegations that the US is secretly detaining terrorism suspects, notably on American military ships.

NBC: Misjudging Aljazeera led to alert - A US terror alert in late 2003 that interrupted about 30 overseas flights was triggered by a CIA analysis of what were thought to be hidden messages broadcast on Aljazeera TV, NBC Nightly News has said.

June 27, 2005

Report details secret detentions of US-based Muslim men after 9/11 - The US government thrust scores of US-based Muslim men in jail without charge after the September 11, 2001 attacks, US rights groups said in a report.

June 26, 2005

Inquiry Exposes Canada's Role in 'Renditions' - Although much of the inquiry has been conducted behind closed doors, a recent series of public hearings has embarrassed the Canadian government by exposing details of Arar's "extraordinary rendition" -- the phrase used by the CIA to describe the U.S. practice of secretly sending terror suspects to countries where torture is routine. The hearings have also revealed a greater Canadian role in the practice than previously acknowledged.

Afghan Taliban rejects reports of heavy losses - A senior Taliban commander on Sunday dismissed as false Afghan government reports that 178 guerrillas were killed in a U.S.-backed offensive in southwestern Afghanistan last week.

Italians Detail Lavish CIA Operation - The Americans stayed at some of the finest hotels in Milan, sometimes for as long as six weeks, ringing up tabs of as much as $500 a day on Diners Club accounts created to match their recently forged identities, according to Italian court documents and other records. Then, after abducting their target and flying him to Cairo under the noses of Italian police, some of them rounded out their European trip with long weekends in Venice and Florence before leaving the country, the records show.

June 25, 2005

You Don't Need No Stinkin' Trial! - Could the President of the United States ever argue that he has the power and the right – and even the duty – to take any American citizens into custody he chooses, throw them into prison forever, torture them at will, and never even charge them with a crime? The question has long been moot. It has already happened. Meet Jose Padilla.

June 24, 2005

Interrogators Cite Doctors' Aid at Guantánamo Prison Camp - Military doctors at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, have aided interrogators in conducting and refining coercive interrogations of detainees, including providing advice on how to increase stress levels and exploit fears, according to new, detailed accounts given by former interrogators.

US 'admits' torturing prisoners - Washington has for the first time acknowledged to the United Nations that prisoners have been tortured at US detention centres in Guantanamo Bay, Afghanistan and Iraq, a UN source says.

Italy Judge Orders Arrest of 13 CIA Agents - An Italian judge ordered the arrests of 13 people in the purported CIA abduction of an imam, who then was sent to Egypt, the Milan prosecutor's office said Friday.

Top five Gitmo falsehoods - Falsehood #1: Abuse at Guantánamo is "minor," allegations are based on "rumor"

June 21, 2005

Aljazeera Guantanamo inmate 'abused' - "He is completely innocent. He is about as much of a terrorist as my granddad. The only reason he has been treated like he has is because he is an Aljazeera journalist. The Americans have tried to make him an informant with the goal of getting him to say that Aljazeera is linked to al-Qaida."

June 19, 2005

Al-Qaeda, Iran and the next 9/11 - Would the prescence of bin Laden and al-Zarqawi in Iran be enough to support an attack? We think not. We believe that there will be one more step before the Bush administration feel that they have "sold" the idea sufficiently, another 9/11.

U.S. Allies Shun Suspect Deportation - U.S. allies have begun to resist Washington's secretive role in spiriting away terror suspects: Italy is investigating the disappearance of one accused militant as a kidnapping, Sweden wrote rules to assert its authority over outside agents and Canada is holding hearings after one of its citizens was sent to Syria.

June 18, 2005

Pummeled MP sues Pentagon - Soldier was impersonating unruly Guantanamo detainee in training - Spec. Sean Baker, 38, was assaulted in January 2003 after he volunteered to wear an orange jumpsuit and portray an uncooperative detainee. Baker said the MPs, who were told that he was an unruly detainee who had assaulted an American sergeant, inflicted a beating that resulted in a traumatic brain injury.

Questions, Bitterness and Exile for Queens Girl in Terror Case - The story of how it happened - how Tashnuba, the pious, headstrong daughter of Muslim immigrants living in a neighborhood of tidy lawns and American flags, was labeled an imminent threat to national security - is still shrouded in government secrecy.

June 17, 2005

War on Terror's Cost per Family of Four: $4720 - $350,000,000,000.00 spent on the wars since Sept. 11th, 2001.

Memo: Pentagon Concerned About Legality of Interrogation Techniques - The interrogation techniques used at Guantanamo Bay Detention Center in 2002 triggered concerns among senior Pentagon officials that they could face criminal prosecution under U.S. anti-torture laws, ABC News has learned.

90 % of Terror Arrests Fail - Fewer than 10% of the people prosecuted for terrorism in the United States since the September 11 attacks were convicted of crimes related to that or national security, according to a study conducted by the Washington Post.

YOU can easily be made to confess to being a terrorist - YOU can easily be made to confess to being a terrorist. You may rue the day when you realize that you should have stood up with your fellow Americans and put an end to the War on Terror while it was still possible.

June 16, 2005

U.S. Blocks Independent Inquiry into Uzbek Massacre - Located in southeastern Uzbekistan near the border with Afghanistan, the Khanabad base is seen as key to the U.S. war on terror. Information about current day-to-day activities of U.S. forces remains shrouded in secrecy.

The myth of the madrassa - While madrassas are an important issue in education and development in the Muslim world, they are not and should not be considered a threat to the United States.

June 15, 2005

At Gitmo, still no day in court - How feds avoid hearings for terror suspects — despite Supreme Court ruling

Lawyers: Some minors held at Guantanamo - Lawyers representing terror suspects at the U.S. Guantanamo Bay military prison in Cuba claim there may be six minors being held there.

June 14, 2005

Demands for passenger lists called 'invasive, harmful' - The B.C. Civil Liberties Association is sounding a warning about Washington's demand for passenger lists for domestic Canadian flights. The Americans want to check for names against its secret no-fly list.

June 12, 2005

Extracts from an Interrogation Log - The document titled "Secret ORCON: Interrogation Log Detainee 063" included the following entries

Post-9/11 Probe Revived Stolen-Cereal Incident - More than a year before the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, the FBI nabbed two Arab grocers loading boxes onto a tractor-trailer outside a drab gray apartment building here. The cargo: stolen Kellogg's cereal. To this day, the grocers remain on the federal government's list of terrorism cases, although they never were charged with a terrorism-related crime. Often cited to emphasize the government's success fighting terrorism, the list is made up in large part of men caught up in the post-Sept. 11 dragnet that targeted Middle Easterners.

June 11, 2005

Ex-Mossad Chief: U.S. presence in ME to last decades - Ephraim Halevy, the former chief of Israel's Mossad intelligence service and the current national security adviser to Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, says plans have been made for a substantial U.S. military presence in the Middle East lasting decades.

June 10, 2005

Desertions blow hits Afghan army - Hundreds of soldiers have deserted the Afghan National Army complaining of poor conditions and fierce resistance from the Taleban, US officials say.

June 9, 2005

Bush urged: 'Never apologize' to Muslims - Some members of the Bush administration have taken a cue from a classic John Wayne Western and are advising their boss to take the film's advice – "Never apologize" – when dealing with Muslims."

June 6, 2005

Partners in Crime - Friendly Renditions to Muslim Torture Chambers - For American neo-conservatives, rendition stories are fun. Don't be surprised if at dinner tables, they drink and laugh and talk about Muslims degrading Muslims.

'War on Terror' Has Latin American Indigenous People in Its Sights - The ”war on terror”, identified in Amnesty International's annual report as a new source of human rights abuses, is threatening to expand to Latin America, targeting indigenous movements that are demanding autonomy and protesting free-market policies and ”neo-liberal” globalization.

June 5, 2005

When is Someone Going to Toss Rumsfeld in to a Cage? - This latest news about abuse at Guantanamo Bay is just another example in the never ending saga of mistreatment of prisoners that has been reported by human rights groups such as Amnesty International and the Red Cross. Which begs another question: when is someone going to toss Rumsfeld into a cage?

US running 'archipelago' of secret prisons: Amnesty International - The US government is operating an "archipelago" of prisons around the world, many of them secret camps into which people are being "literally disappeared," a top Amnesty International official said.

June 4, 2005

U.S. Effort to "Spread Democracy" Leaves A Trail of Conflict and Suffering - One-Tenth of Arabs live directly under foreign occupation - Bush claims his policies are promoting democracy, but the administration’s record of human rights abuses at home and abroad suggest that freedom and the rule of law are not what he has in mind. The permanent bases the military is building in Iraq, and the influence on U.S. policy of pro-Israel fantasists such as Bolton and Wurmser, suggest that the Bush administration’s ultimate goal is U.S. domination over the oil-rich Gulf region, and an Israel free to maintain its occupation of other people’s land. A truly democratic Middle East would make it impossible to achieve these goals.

June 3, 2005

Religion, suicide terrorism link disputed - "Islamic fundamentalism is not the primary driver of suicide terrorism. Nearly all suicide terrorist attacks are committed for a secular strategic goal -- to compel modern democracies to withdraw military forces from territory the terrorists view as their homeland."

Statement of Dr. William F. Schulz, Executive Director, Amnesty International USA, In Response to Secretary Rumsfeld - Donald Rumsfeld and the Bush Administration ignored or dismissed Amnesty International's reports on the abuse of detainees for years, and senior officials continue to ignore the very real plight of men detained without charge or trial.

June 2, 2005

Washington Is the Source of Terror - The U.S. government gave the slave trade a boost by offering money for al-Qaeda and Taliban fighters. Afghan and Pakistani warlords simply rounded up people who looked Arab or foreign and sold them to the Americans as captured fighters. The "fighters" apparently included relief workers, refugees, and Arab businessmen. The Bush administration, of course, denies that it bought its detainees, as it denies everything.

June 1, 2005

Afghanistan Harvests Another Bumper Opium Crop - Hidden Agenda behind the "War on Terrorism": US Bombing of Afghanistan Restores Trade in Narcotics

May 31, 2005

C.I.A. Expanding Terror Battle Under Guise of Charter Flights - When the Central Intelligence Agency wants to grab a suspected member of Al Qaeda overseas and deliver him to interrogators in another country, an Aero Contractors plane often does the job. If agency experts need to fly overseas in a hurry after the capture of a prized prisoner, a plane will depart Johnston County and stop at Dulles Airport outside Washington to pick up the C.I.A. team on the way.

May 28, 2005

Defense Department Personnel Impersonated State Department Officials in Guantánamo Interrogations, FBI Documents Show - Documents released by the FBI state that Defense Department personnel impersonated State Department officials in interrogations at Guantánamo Bay, the American Civil Liberties Union said today.

May 27, 2005

Selective U.S. Prosecutions in Torture Scandal Underscore International Obligation to Investigate U.S. Officials - Amnesty International called on foreign governments to uphold their obligations under international law by investigating U.S. officials implicated in the development or implementation of interrogation techniques that constitute torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment. The individuals, who, to date, have either dodged investigation or escaped sanction, include those at the highest levels of government, such as President Bush and Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld, as well as Attorney General Gonzales and former CIA Director George Tenet. Amnesty International establishes that more than 125 countries have legislation permitting investigation of serious crimes committed outside their borders.

May 26, 2005

Afghans left out of their own rebuilding - After years of depending on the international community for help, Afghans are frustrated that they are not more involved in the rebuilding of their own country.

May 25, 2005

"Everybody heard him cry out and thought it was funny." - In U.S. Report, Brutal Details of 2 Afghan Inmates' Deaths. Even as the young Afghan man was dying before them, his American jailers continued to torment him.

Libya lobbyist holds seat on top U.S. Energy board - Although the United States still classifies Libya as a terrorism sponsor, the U.S. lobbyist for Muammar Gaddafi has for the past year quietly held a seat on the Energy Department's top advisory board, and the former energy secretary who appointed her now serves on the board of a major U.S. oil company seeking contracts in Libya.

May 23, 2005

Homeland Security Weighs Plane Shootdowns - The Homeland Security Department is considering whether it should seek authority for its pilots to shoot down errant planes around the nation's capital like the one that came within three miles of the White House this month.

New Swedish Documents Illuminate CIA Action - Probe Finds 'Rendition' Of Terror Suspects Illegal.


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