Arben Nelku | 1 Apr 11:28 2006

Expose deceptions by governments and media. News You won't find on Zionist controlled BBC&CNN even lappi dogs media in Albanian (The 'Other' Side of the News)

Dead  because of a lie. Dead because selfish people in government wanted a war and lied to get one, aided by selfish people in the media WHO TOOK MONEY FROM GEORGE BUSH TO LIE TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. The government and the media traded the blood of these young Americans for their personal gain. Look at their faces. How can you not be angry?
What is a guard at Abu Ghraib doing with a tattoo like this?
As the Charlie Sheen story ends its second week and with cookie-cutter establishment hit pieces continuing to be churned out, the attack dogs are facing an intensifying backlash from a clear majority of educated American citizens who are sick and tired of the sneering elitism of the mainstream media.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 08:42 PM PST
Category: 911

Every now and then, amid all the grim stories in our world, you run across one that rings a special bell for you. Frida Berrigan's today is that for me. In fact, consider this week at Tomdispatch as a discordant hymn to the privatization disasters of the Bush administration. Michael Schwartz began it with his account of how the draconian economic privatization program Bush administration officials enacted on prostrate Iraq in 2003 led directly to the catastrophe of the moment in that country. We know as well that, under this administration, the Pentagon has been on its own privatization binge, turning what were once essential military activities over to Halliburton, its su bsidiary KBR, and other private firms in a wholesale fashion.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 03:16 PM PST

Posted Mar 31, 2006 12:18 PM PST

NASA has changed since I left!

Q I want to be clear because I've heard you say this, and I've heard the President say it, but I want you to say it for my listeners, which is that the White House has never argued that Saddam was directly involved in September 11th, correct?
THE VICE PRESIDENT: That's correct. We had one report early on from another intelligence service that suggested that the lead hijacker, Mohamed Atta, had met with Iraqi intelligence officials in Prague, Czechoslovakia. And that reporting waxed and waned where the degree of confidence in it, and so forth, has been pretty well knocked down now at this stage, that that meeting ever took place. So we've never made the case, or argued the case that somehow Osama bin Laden [sic] was dir ectly involved in 9/11. That evidence has never been forthcoming. But there -- that's a separate proposition from the question of whether or not there was some kind of a relationship between the Iraqi government, Iraqi intelligence services and the al Qaeda organization.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 12:15 PM PST
Category: 911

Okay, so he was being stupid again. Maybe he's tanking up for another hunting trip?

Posted Mar 31, 2006 11:34 AM PST
Category: ISRAEL

Thereby proving the report's claims of Jewish influence on US Society as accurate.

Tens of thousands of New York Posts were dumped at two recycling centers yesterday morning, just hours after being printed, in a bizarre circulation ploy that has already come to the attention of newspaper circulation authorities.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 11:08 AM PST

Anyone could see that Bernice "Bea" Bogart, 83, was a fragile woman, Moon said. Bogart had breast cancer surgery in 1997, a total hip replacement after a fall in 1999, a major stroke in 2004 that caused dementia, and is hard of hearing.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 11:03 AM PST

Posted Mar 31, 2006 11:03 AM PST
Category: ECONOMY

Expect reverberations from this in all industries involving union labor, whether or not they are in bankruptcy.

The board that writes accounting rules for American business is proposing a new method of reporting pension obligations that is likely to show that many companies have a lot more debt than was obvious before.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 10:58 AM PST
Category: ECONOMY

A brutal purge of the senior staff at Popular Mechanics preceded the publication of last month's scandalous propaganda piece about 9/11. Pulling the strings is the grand dame of Hearst Magazines and behind the scene is her obscure husband, a veteran propaganda expert and former special assistant to the director of the C.I.A.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 10:57 AM PST
Category: 911

Posted Mar 31, 2006 10:55 AM PST

Relinked at reader request.

Yacoubi's call for Zalmay Khalilzad's ouster is the latest sign of growing divisions between the ruling Shi'ites and Washington and comes days after an Iraqi-U.S. raid on a mosque compound killed at least 16 Shi'ites and outraged many Iraqis.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 10:54 AM PST
Category: IRAQ

Obviously, our attempt at "nation-building" in Iraq is going brilliantly well (not).

The war in Iraq is a mistake. No its worse than a mistake. Lets quit pussy-footing around and call it like it is. The war in Iraq is a grand profiteering scheme gone awry and Americans need to take off their blinders and face the truth. As the cost of the war leaves a deeper black hole of debt for our great-grandchildren, people need to ask themselves whether the hundreds of billions spent thus far have helped anyone other than reconstruction companies and defense contractors. It takes no thought, the answer is no.
And after that, to paraphrase a powerful John Kerry comment from the Viet Nam era, Americans need think about which soldier will be the last to die for this mistake.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 10:49 AM PST
Category: IRAQ

There has never been an investigation into Cheney's involvement in awarding Halliburton no-bid contracts making the company the number one war profiteerer in Iraq. Apparently people have forgotten about the March 5, 2003 e-mail between the Army Corps of Engineers and a Pentagon employee that stated the contract "has been coordinated w VP's office.
A study released in June 2005, originating from the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA), revealed that overall, Halliburton had received roughly 52% of the $25.4 billion that has been paid out to private contractors since the war in Iraq began.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 10:46 AM PST

It is strange to hear George Bush and John Reid deny that a civil war is going on, given that so many bodies – all strangled, shot or hanged solely because of their religious allegiance – are being discovered every day. Car bombs exploded in the markets in the great Shia slum of Sadr City in early March. Several days later a group of children playing football in a field noticed a powerful stench. Police opened up a pit which contained the bodies of 27 men, probably all Sunni, stripped to their underpants; they had all been tortured and then shot in the head. Two and a half years ago, when the first suicide bomb targeting the Shias killed 85 people outside the shrine of Imam Ali in Najaf, there was no Shia retalia tion. They were held back by Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani and the hope of gaining power through legal elections. Since the Samarra bomb this restraint has definitively ended: the Shia militias and death squads slaughter Sunnis in tit-for-tat killings every time a Shia is killed.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 10:43 AM PST
Category: IRAQ

General Motors building $600 to $650 million US plant in Mexico General Motors building $600 to $650 million US plant in Mexico
The plant will produce compact and subcompact vehicles, he said, adding that GM does not plan to sell any of them in the United States.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:34 AM PST
Category: ECONOMY

For how long will these cars not be sold in the U. S.?

A Pentagon study obtained by ABC News finds that a new kind of voice lie detector used by the U.S. military and American police departments is no better than "flipping a coin" in detecting lies. Until the Pentagon ordered a halt to its use, the Voice Stress Analyzer was being used by military intelligence interrogators at Guantanamo Bay and in Iraq. Several suspected terrorists we re released from custody based on the machine's results and former Iraqi deputy prime minister Tariz Aziz was one of the many "high value targets" who were hooked up to the now discredited machine.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:33 AM PST

The tone of the report is harsh, it jars also for me. But the bottom line might read as follows: that defending the occupation has done to the American pro-Israel community what living as an occupier has done to Israel - muddied both its moral compass and its rational self-interest compass.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:31 AM PST
Category: ISRAEL

Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:29 AM PST
Category: IRAN

Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:26 AM PST

And by doing so, proves the thesis of the KSG Report.

It is good enough body armor that nine American generals in Afghanistan are wearing it in place of the standard "Interceptor OTV" armor issued to the troops they command. It offers such great protection that the U.S. Secret Service agents guardin g the President of the United States wear it, and it is good enough that a civilian contractor in Iraq was shot eight times in the torso at close range and survived without even suffering soft tissue trauma. But the same armor, already in mass production, is apparently too expensive to provide to the men and women fighting and dying in the Global War on Terror (GWOT) every day.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:21 AM PST
Category: WAR/DRAFT

The Bush faction's war profiteering and fraud -- on a scale surpassing anything ever seen in world history -- has fueled a rut hless political machine that, despite its growing unpopularity with the U.S. people, now controls all three branches of government and has overthrown the Constitution, openly declaring that its leader is beyond the reach of "judicial review, congressional oversight or international law," as The Washington Post reported, rather belatedly, this week. Swollen by the swag of aggressive war, the elite interests represented by the Bush regime -- oil, military-related industries and predatory venture capitalists like the Carlyle Group -- have had their already inordinate sway over American society and policy increased by several magnitudes. They will remain ascendant for decades to come, no matter what happens in Iraq, or in any U.S. election.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:17 AM PST
Category: DUBYA

Unfortunately, Congress forgot itself. It remains perfectly legal for a member of Congress to buy and sell stocks based on information that's not available to the public. Last year it was reported that a "political intelligence" firm tipped off its clients to an undelivered speech by Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist on asbestos liability. The information was profitable to those in the know.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:16 AM PST

The hypocrisy of the Catholic Church -- especially the Archdiocese of Boston -- knows no bounds. When they're not defending child abusers, they're bashing gays. Now, they're defending and protecting Antonin Scalia. By now, everyone know Scalia made an obscene gesture and swore right in one of their churches. But, they are firing the photographer who busted Scalia:
Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:11 AM PST

A federal judge on Thursday rewrote a sentence to clarify a ruling that had suggested Timothy McVeigh received help from paramilitary militias in the Oklahoma City bombing and that the government had an informant in the bombing conspiracy.
The judge rewrote the sentence to eliminate the word "fact" and substitute: "The plaintiff claims that this document indicates that there was an undercover operative in with Timothy McVeigh and members of the various militia groups who aided and supported McVeigh."
Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:11 AM PST

Dealing a blow to US President George W. Bush's so-called "war on terror", two US federal officials were charged with hiding evidence to win conviction in a terrorism case against four Muslim men following the 9/11.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:06 AM PST

Another frame-up craters.

Top United Auto Workers officials say bankrupt Delphi Corp. (DPHIQ) may shed at least 14 U.S. factories, the latest sign of how bloody the restructuring of the nation's largest auto parts maker is becoming, The Detroit News reported in its Friday editions.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:05 AM PST
Category: ECONOMY

Veterans, many of them senior citizens, did not fair so well. The House committee cut the budget for medical care of veterans below even current levels for the rest of the decade. Democrats complained that would be something like a $10 billion cut after inflation and the growth in the number of veterans seeking benefits that is expected in the years ahead.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:04 AM PST
Category: ECONOMY

This is an apalling way to treat our Veterans. Between the Army not allowing troops to privately purchase body armor, and this cutting of benefits, it app ears that this administration would rather have soldiers die then come back wounded and require long-term care.

Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:03 AM PST

You mean THIS Al Qaeda?

Posted Mar 31, 2006 09:00 AM PST

This must be the Telegraph's "April Fool's joke" because Osama bin Laden has been dead since 2001.

"The threat of Islamic terrorism is so frightening, so unpredictable, so unknowa ble that in some ways it's easier and more manageable for some folks to think that our government is behind it all," writes Hart in a piece for Scripps Howard News Service.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 08:58 AM PST
Category: 911

The defenders of the orthodoxy are getting desperate.
And pathetic.

If you are not absolutely angry after watching this then I suggest you watch it again but this time click off the United States casualties and then ask yourself, “what coaliti on?”
Posted Mar 31, 2006 08:57 AM PST
Category: IRAQ

Also note that the one nation that most wanted war in Iraq (and Iran) is not even listed.

Posted Mar 31, 2006 08:50 AM PST

The Secret Service did nothing. The dog did not bark.
The Secret Service should be in that video, but they are not. It is clear from their inaction that they KNEW FOR A FACT THAT THE PRESIDENT WAS NOT A TARGET OF ONE OF THE HIJACKED PLANES. The intended targets of the planes had to have been known.
The dog did not bark because the criminal was its master.
Quod Erat Demonstradum, the Bush administration was part of the 9-11 plot.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 08:49 AM PST
Category: 911

See next.

Posted Mar 31, 2006 08:47 AM PST
Category: 911

"Evidence linking these Israelis to 9/11 is classified. I cannot tell you about evidence that has been gathered. It's classified information." -- US official quoted in Carl Cameron's Fox News report on the Israeli spy ring and its connections to 9-11.

Atheism doesn’t mean amoral, it just means that external forces are not necessary for the formation of, and adherence to, a moral code.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 08:45 AM PST
Category: RELIGION

Religion likes to claim it is the source for morality (even as the clergy molest the children and urge yet more wars upon the "heathen" in the name of their gods), but in truth most atheists tend to be more moral for the simple reason that they arrive at their moral positions through self-examination, and are more committed t o their moral codes because they came to them out of free choice rather than coercion.

The outcome won't carry any legal weight here or in Washington. But if all the anti-war measures pass, politicians might not be able to ignore the results, says Kenneth Mayer, a political scientist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
"If enough people are willing to say 'enough,' and elected officials start thinking they need to be responsive, it will embolden opponents of the war and ... the administration will have to take that into account," he says.
Posted M ar 31, 2006 08:41 AM PST
Category: IRAQ

Wanna bet?

Tony Rudy, a former top aide to Rep. Tom DeLay, has agreed to plead guilty to charges in the widening federal investigation of lobbyist fraud, a law enforcement official said Friday.
Posted Mar 31, 2006 08:40 AM PST

Posted Mar 31, 2006 08:38 AM PST

Other recipients get their money in quarterly installments, but Israel receives its entire appropriation at the beginning of each fiscal year and can thus earn interest on it. Most recipients of aid given for military purposes are required to spend all of it in the U.S., but Israel is allowed to use roughly 25 percent of its allocation to subsidize its own defense industry. It is the only recipient that does not have to account for how the aid is spent, which makes it virtually impossible to prevent the money from being used for purposes the U.S. opposes, such as building settlements on the West Bank. Moreover, the U.S. has provided Israel with nearly $3 billion to develop weapons systems, and given it access to such top-drawer weaponry as Blackhawk helicopters and F-16 jets. Finally, the U.S. gives Israel access to intelligence it denies to its NATO allies and has turned a blind eye to Israel's acquisition of nuclear weapons. . . .
Since 1982, the U.S. has vetoed 32 Security Council resolutions critical of Israel, more than the total number of vetoes cast by all the other Security Council members. . . .
[S]aying that Israel and the U.S. are united by a shared terrorist threat has the causal relationship backwards: The U.S. has a terrorism problem in good part because it is so closely allied with Israel, not the other way around. . . .
Po sted Mar 31, 2006 08:37 AM PST
Category: ISRAEL

Note that the WaPo article does not address the actual claims made in the Harvard report, but merely heaps on a lot of abuse, plus an attempt to link the Harvard report with David Duke.

Posted Mar 31, 2006 08:34 AM PST

The U. S. just might take these folks up on their offer, rather than risk a draft before the 06 elections happen. But after elections,, it will be interesting to see if a draft gets re-instated (draft boards at this time are being quietly pulled together, and young men 18 and over still have to register for selective service.)

Posted Mar 31, 2006 08:30 AM PST

No shame at all.

Posted Mar 31, 2006 08:28 AM PST

Ex-FBI Agent Indicted in Mob Killings
A retired FBI agent was indicted on murder charges Thursday for allegedly taking bribes from a mobster to supply him with inside information that led to four underworld slayings in Brooklyn.
Posted Mar 30, 2006 08:21 PM PST

Army officials told The Associated Press that the order was prompted by concerns that soldiers or their families were buying inadequate or untested commercial armor from private companies — including the popular Dragon Skin gear made by California-based Pinnacle Armor.
Posted Mar 30, 2006 08:19 PM PST
Category: WAR/DRAFT

Let's have a comparison test, and SEE which is the superior product.

Award winning director, producer and actor Ed Asner is the latest high profile public figure to voice his support for Charlie Sheen's stance on 9/11 and share his own concerns about 9/11, the war in Iraq and the Neo-Cons.
Posted Mar 30, 2006 08:16 PM PST
Category: 911

9/11 -- Eliminating the Impossible
"Of course it was an inside job," Bernie snorted. "Anyone who can connect even two dots without ramming one up his nose and the other into his forehead knows that. And anyone who's ever flown a Cessna 172 is roaring with laughter at the thought of those Muslim guys Bush fingered emerging from a dusty Florida airport, climbing into the cockpit of a Boeing 757, looking at the flashing lights, bells and whistles on its control panel, and know which button to push to even talk to the passengers, let alone get that 100-ton beast in the air. HAW HAW...
Posted Mar 30, 2006 08:15 PM PST
Category: 911

The US government attempted to sabotage the trip by putting Rodriguez, who has been decorated at the White House itself, and Walter on a no fly list.
Posted Mar 30, 2006 08:14 PM PST
Category: 911

Posted Mar 30, 2006 08:11 PM PST

Key, the father of four young children, told the hearing he joined the army for steady pay and medical coverage for his family. He said he initially went to Iraq as a willing participant because he believed U.S. intelligence claims that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.
But Key became disillusioned with the war during his service and decided to abandon his contract with the army during a two-week leave from Iraq in November 2003.
Posted Mar 30, 2006 03:55 PM PST
Category: IRAQ

Mosul slips out of control as the bombers move in Mosul slips out of control as the bombers move in
"The government cannot control the city," said Hamid Effe ndi, an experienced ex-soldier who is Minister for Peshmerga Affairs in the Kurdistan Regional Government.
"We are not leaving the base in daytime because we know other bombers are waiting for us," said a soldier at a base near Mosul's city centre. For the moment nobody is wholly in control and most expect more fighting.
Posted Mar 30, 2006 03:42 PM PST
Category: IRAQ

Karl Rove, President Bush's chief political adviser, cautione d other White House aides in the summer of 2003 that Bush's 2004 re-election prospects would be severely damaged if it was publicly disclosed that he had been personally warned that a key rationale for going to war had been challenged within the administration. Rove expressed his concerns shortly after an informal review of classified government records by then-Deputy National Security Adviser Stephen J. Hadley determined that Bush had been specifically advised that claims he later made in his 2003 State of the Union address -- that Iraq was procuring high-strength aluminum tubes to build a nuclear weapon -- might not be true, according to government records and interviews.
Posted Mar 30, 2006 03:38 PM PST

Iman tells of screaming soldiers entering her house in the Iraqi town of Haditha spraying bullets in every direction.
Fifteen people in all were killed, including her parents and grandparents. Her account has been corroborated by other eyewitnesses who say it was a revenge attack after a roadside bomb killed a marine.
Posted Mar 30, 2006 01:56 PM PST
Category: IRAQ

Collective punishment is a war crime.

Tegnelia said the test was part of a US effort to develop weapons capable of destroying deeply buried bunkers housing nuclear, chemical or biological weapons.
Posted Mar 30, 2006 01:32 PM PST

Or a cover story for the use of small nuclear weapons on Iran.
After all, how many US aircraft can carry a bomb that actually weighs 700 tons?

Posted Mar 30, 2006 12:16 PM PST

Tinnelly said he believes it is important to teach the Holocaust, but apparently little was learned during the experiment.
Posted Mar 30, 2006 12:14 PM PST

Posted Mar 30, 2006 11:20 AM PST

The disast rous foreign policies of the US have left it more isolated than ever, and China is standing by to take over
Posted Mar 30, 2006 11:15 AM PST

"Our soldiers are so good, our power such, that this may be a short and happy war. But I think it is the wrong war in the wrong place in the decidedly wrong time. A war that promises a har d and bitter peace."
Posted Mar 30, 2006 11:01 AM PST
Category: IRAQ

Sometime in the next two years, the total amount of US government borrowing is going to break through the 10-trillion-dollar mark and, lacking space for the extra digit such a figure would require, the clock is in danger of running it self into obsolescence.
Posted Mar 30, 2006 08:48 AM PST

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