Wednesday, July 18, 2007

RE: 9/11: The Ultimate Con (New Video)

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From: § Lori §
Date: Jul 20, 2007 5:09 PM

From: Think
Date: Jul 20, 2007 3:40 PM

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From: -OC-Cyrus
Date: Jul 20, 2007 4:51 AM

Good Look !~
9/11 The Ultimate Con (Video)

It's happening my friends, the sources are getting more varied, people are willing to come forward with different angles on their challenges and the truth about the Pentagon is so close to breaking you can feel it.

Someone made a nice little film for us... and it takes a fresh approach:

- c

thanks to: Diane
Date: Jul 19, 2007 1:10 PM

This might be my last bulletin on myspace. So please remember me.

I don’t plan to leave, but I know my days are numbered here on myspace.

Join the sitespace migration


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RE: we are now officially Terrorists.

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From: The Last Boy Scout
Date: Jul 17, 2007 11:54 PM

I can't find this either, but I would be interested in anybody does have a video or transcript of this.

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From: Troy
Date: Jul 17, 2007 10:28 PM

From: RC

From: ß®ØØkL¥N§T@®®
Date: Jul 17, 2007 9:45 PM

Incredible. History is definitely repeating itself. Just as our founding fathers were considered terrorists by the British, so are we for attempting to uphold the same ideals they upheld when they uprooted the bastards from our country.

The game is heating up. Homeland Security wants you arrested for posting bulletins on myspace. Don't believe me? Read the article.

We shall all stand as


Or fail divided.
From: Neo♥ Be The Change You Want to see...
Date: Jul 17, 2007 10:12 PM

More and more they will use us as examples, then they will come for us, with loved ones permissions for 'homeland security'.

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From: Stanley Gallon
Date: Jul 17, 2007 8:04 PM

Today I was watching msnbc when a so called, "terrorism analyst" came on to discuss the new growing threat of non muslim terrorism in the United States. Among those he refered to as terrorists were environmentalists, liberal special interest groups and worst of all those who are dissatisfied with the current state of our government.

What was really interesting was when he said that the way to identify who the "potential terrorists" among us are is that the are most likely people "networking on myspace." He said these agitators and activists are gathering together to engage in terrorist acts.

He then went on to say that families should be looking to see what their children, brothers, sisters, husbands and/or wives are doing on myspace and facebook, and report any suspicious behavior to police or the Department of Homeland Security.

As unbeleiveable as this may sound it is true. If anyone has the ability to pull and post the video of the interview of this MSNBC terror analyst it aired on MSNBC sometime between 3:30 pm and 5:30pm on Tuesday July 17, 2007.

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RE: September Clues - All 6 Parts - 9/11 WTC TV Fakery

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From: frEinLy Fier l l 9 (eMenY teRribaLisT)) .
Date: Jul 18, 2007 12:09 AM

From: Brandon

September Clues - All 6 Parts
(The video at the bottom has all 6 parts in 1 video but the picture isn't quite as clear)













September Clues Complete - 59 Min 56 Secs

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RE: West Hollywood City Council: Impeach Bush, Cheney

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From: Shane (Infoseekr)
Date: Jul 18, 2007 1:05 AM

West Hollywood City Council: Impeach Bush, Cheney

WEST HOLLYWOOD, July 17, 2007 (KABC-TV) - West Hollywood has taken a stand on the war. The City Council is the first in southern California to call for the impeachment of President Bush and Vice President Cheney.

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RE: Mickey Mouse's Birthday: I DON'T GIVE A SHIT

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From: § Lori §
Date: Jul 18, 2007 2:17 AM

From: hecktor dangus, esq.
Date: Jul 18, 2007 12:48 AM

also posted by

Br / AnD - OnEr /

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RE: Fox News Gets Reefer Madness Over So Called Killer Marijuana

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From: § Lori §
Date: Jul 18, 2007 3:33 AM

From: Jerry
Date: Jul 18, 2007 2:17 AM

I think one of the job qualifications to be a FOX employee is that you have to be a brain dead believe anything douchebag

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RE: Americans Call On Congress To Investigate Bush & Restore The Republic!

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From: J
Date: Jul 18, 2007 1:30 PM

Americans Call On Congress To Investigate Bush & Restore The Republic!

July 18, 2007

CONTACT: William Gheen of ALIPAC (866) 329-3999

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) is calling for a formal congressional investigation into the non-enforcement and under enforcement of America's popularly supported and existing immigration laws.

"We need Congress and the press to do their jobs, by launching investigations to find out why our existing laws are not being enforced," said William Gheen of ALIPAC. "Presidents do not get to decide which laws they will or will not enforce on behalf of their big business friends. That's what kings do, not Presidents. If our existing laws go un-enforced, then we no longer live in a functioning Republic for which our flag stands."

All fines against employers for hiring illegal aliens had ceased by 2004, under directives from the Bush administration. Recent high profile raids have excluded charges against employers. Border Patrol agents are operating under instructions to only Catch and Release and do not pursue. Agents that do their jobs could face dismissal or prosecution like Ramos and Compean.

"Under these directives, it would not matter if we had half a million US Border Patrol agents deployed," says Gheen. "Bush has opened our borders through regulatory means. The Border Patrol has their hands tied and are not really stopping anyone from crossing illegally into the US."

The Bush administration is not adequately enforcing American immigration laws at the border, against employers, or against businesses that intentionally aid and abet illegals. Banks are being allowed to offer credit cards and home loans that are targeted specifically at illegal aliens, which is in violation of existing federal laws.

Congress demanded that 700 new miles of fencing be added to the Border. The Bush administration stripped the funding from the plan and built only a few miles of fencing!

"Under these conditions, the deliberations of Congress, the votes of Congress, the elections, and the votes of all Americans have been nullified by executive orders," says William Gheen. "These actions by the White House, combined with recent revelations about the SPP and North American Community are alarming. Until Congress can Restore the Republic and assure that laws that are passed will be enforced, there is no need for future legislation."

ALIPAC supporters will be calling on their elected officials to launch congressional investigations into this matter. ALIPAC's spokesman, William Gheen is meeting with members of Congress and the Senate in Washington this week, to discuss this plan.

ALIPAC believes that enforcement of our existing laws would eventually and significantly reduce the number of illegal aliens residing in America. The current illegal immigration crisis in America is being created by the non-enforcement of existing laws. Correcting that situation would begin to reverse the flow of illegal aliens with more leaving than entering. For more information, please visit


Paid for by Americans for Legal Immigration PAC

Post Office Box 30966, Raleigh, NC 27622-0966

Tel: (919) 787-6009 Toll Free: (866) 329-3999

FEC ID: C00405878



RE: The Real News!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Date: Jul 18, 2007 1:54 PM

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From: Charlie Brown (Truth Seeker)
Date: Jul 18, 2007 10:52 AM

The Real News!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This is PROMISING! The Real News! Do you get your information from the US Media, the dis-information arm of the War-Profiteering Organisation? ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, CNN and all the affliliates? Too Bad, because you are Dis-Informed, and thus incapable of making a determination of what is happening in this world. You have become nothing more than a successful repeater for the forces controlling our society's mind-set... so in other words, you aren't thinking, you arfe just blindly trusting and repeating that which you are told. So, Its time for the The Real News! Save this site in your favorites and refer to it as your source of information, information not biased towards a war-profiteering porganisation agenda. Know TRUTH. Watch the video below, go to the The Real News! website, and save as your favorite, and most of all, participate in donating a tax-deductable donation. Let's give this organisation it's opportunity to report The Real News! Let's give oursleves the opportunity to KNOW the TRUTH, and thus think for ourselves when time requires us to make a decision on a National and/or Global Level.

The Real News!
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From: Pan Man
Date: Jul 18, 2007 10:23 AM

I cannot say it enough....the corporate government sponsored mass media propaganda "programming", otherwise known as the news, should be our first objective in the war against Fascism. When I say "Fascism", I'm referring to a corporate oligarchy based upon military industrial agendas of subjugation and control of people and resources through intimidation and deception. An independent news media that is not under that intimidation and control is essential to awakening and mobilizing the vast numbers of people who can and will demand the Truth. Here is our first step. For less than $0.34 a day, we can start to bring down the curtains that hide the real power from our eyes. Take a leap of Faith and believe in Freedom, Truth and The Real News!

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From: Marisol
Date: Jul 18, 2007 10:36 AM

Just On Time... Global Awareness.

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From: RedPillsOnly
Date: 18 Jul 2007, 08:15 AM

Thank you,
~Science Faction~11:11~12-21-2012~
oPeN yOuR eYeS
Date: 18 Jul 2007, 09:11

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From: DJ Carl
Date: Jul 18, 2007 8:27 AM

The Promise: Break the News Monopoly



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RE: King George W.: James Madison’s Nightmare

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From: The Man Common
Date: Jul 18, 2007 2:59 PM

King George W.: James Madison’s Nightmare

Posted on Jul 17, 2007

By Robert Scheer

George W. Bush is the imperial president that James Madison and other founders of this great republic warned us about. He lied the nation into precisely the “foreign entanglements” that George Washington feared would destroy the experiment in representative government, and he has championed a spurious notion of security over individual liberty, thus eschewing the alarms of Thomas Jefferson as to the deprivation of the inalienable rights of free citizens. But most important, he has used the sledgehammer of war to obliterate the separation of powers that James Madison enshrined in the U.S. Constitution.

With the “war on terror,” Bush has asserted the right of the president to wage war anywhere and for any length of time, at his whim, because the “terrorists” will always provide a convenient shadowy target. Just the “continual warfare” that Madison warned of in justifying the primary role of Congress in initiating and continuing to finance a war—the very issue now at stake in Bush’s battle with Congress.

In his “Political Observations,” written years before he served as fourth president of the United States, Madison went on to underscore the dangers of an imperial presidency bloated by war fever. “In war,” Madison wrote in 1795, at a time when the young republic still faced its share of dangerous enemies, “the discretionary power of the Executive is extended ... and all the means of seducing the minds are added to those of subduing the force, of the people.”

How remarkably prescient of Madison to anticipate the specter of our current King George imperiously undermining Congress’ attempts to end the Iraq war. When the prime author of the U.S. Constitution explained why that document grants Congress—not the president—the exclusive power to declare and fund wars, Madison wrote, “A delegation of such powers [to the president] would have struck, not only at the fabric of our Constitution, but at the foundation of all well organized and well checked governments.”

Because “[n]o nation could preserve its freedom in the midst of continual warfare,” Madison urged that the constitutional separation of powers he had codified be respected. “The Constitution expressly and exclusively vests in the Legislature the power of declaring a state of war ... the power of raising armies,” he wrote. “The separation of the power of raising armies from the power of commanding them is intended to prevent the raising of armies for the sake of commanding them.”

That last sentence perfectly describes the threat of what President Dwight Eisenhower, 165 years later, would describe as the “military-industrial complex,” a permanent war economy feeding off a permanent state of insecurity. The collapse of the Soviet Union deprived the military profiteers and their handsomely rewarded cheerleaders in the government of a raison d’être for the massive war economy supposedly created in response to it. Fortunately for them, Bush found in the 9/11 attack an excuse to make war even more profitable and longer lasting. The Iraq war, which the president’s 9/11 Commission concluded never had anything to do with the terrorist assault, nonetheless has transferred many hundreds of billions in taxpayer dollars into the military economy. And when Congress seeks to exercise its power to control the budget, this president asserts that this will not govern his conduct of the war.

There never was a congressional declaration of war to cover the invasion of Iraq. Instead, President Bush acted under his claimed power as commander in chief, which the Supreme Court has held does allow him to respond to a “state of war” against the United States. That proviso was clearly a reference to surprise attacks or sudden emergencies.

The problem is that the “state of war” in question here was an al-Qaida attack on the U.S. that had nothing whatsoever to do with Saddam Hussein’s Iraq. Perhaps to spare Congress the embarrassment of formally declaring war against a nation that had not attacked America, Bush settled for a loosely worded resolution supporting his use of military power if Iraq failed to comply with U.N. mandates. This was justified by the White House as a means of strengthening the United Nations in holding Iraq accountable for its WMD arsenal, but as most of the world looked on in dismay, Bush invaded Iraq after U.N. inspectors on the ground discovered that Iraq had no WMD.

Bush betrayed Congress, which in turn betrayed the American people—just as Madison feared when he wrote: “Of all the enemies to public liberty war is, perhaps, the most to be dreaded, because it compromises and develops the germ of every other.”



RE: Silent Surge in Contractor "Armies"

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From: The Man Common
Date: Jul 18, 2007 3:00 PM

Silent Surge in Contractor "Armies"

By Brad Knickerbocker
The Christian Science Monitor

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A key support for US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, civilians have little oversight and, back home, little help.

There are two coalition armies in Iraq: the official one, which fights the war, and the private one, which supports it.

This latter group of civilians drives dangerous truck convoys, cooks soldiers' meals, and guards facilities and important officials. They rival in size the US military force there, and thousands have become casualties of the conflict. If this experience is any indication, they may change the makeup of US military forces in future wars.

Having civilians working in war zones is as old as war itself. But starting with US military action in the Balkans and Colombia in the mid-1990s and accelerating rapidly in Afghanistan and Iraq, the number and activity of contractors has greatly increased. Coming from dozens of countries, hired by hundreds of companies, contractors have seen their numbers rise faster than the Pentagon's ability to track them.

Now, the challenges of this privatization strategy are becoming clear.

Everything from who controls their activities to who cares for them when wounded remains unresolved, say experts in and out of the military. This has led to protests from families in the United States as well as concerns in military ranks about how contractors fit into the chain of command.

"This is a very murky legal space, and simply put we haven't dealt with the fundamental issues," says Peter Singer, a foreign policy specialist at the Brookings Institution in Washington. "What is their specific role, what is their specific status, and what is the system of accountability? We've sort of dodged these questions."

As the inevitable drawdown of US military forces in Iraq occurs, the importance of civilian workers there is likely to grow.

"In my view, the role of contractors is just going to continue to escalate, probably at an ever-increasing rate," says Deborah Avant, a political scientist at the University of California, Irvine, whose research has focused on civil-military relations.

For example, the new US Embassy now being completed in Baghdad - 21 buildings on 104 acres, an area six times larger than the United Nations complex in New York - is likely to be a permanent fixture needing hundreds if not thousands of civilian contractors to maintain it and provide services.

In Iraq, Up to 180,000 Contractors

Estimates of the number of private security personnel and other civilian contractors in Iraq today range from 126,000 to 180,000 - nearly as many, if not more than, the number of Americans in uniform there. Most are not Americans. They come from Fiji, Brazil, Scotland, Croatia, Hungary, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Australia, and other countries.

"A very large part of the total force is not in uniform," Scott Horton, who teaches the law of armed conflict at Columbia University School of Law, said in congressional testimony last month. In World War II and the Korean War, contractors amounted to 3 to 5 percent of the total force deployed. Through the Vietnam War and the first Gulf War, the percentage grew to roughly 10 percent, he notes. "But in the current conflict, the number appears to be climbing steadily closer to parity" with military personnel. "This represents an extremely radical transformation in the force configuration," he says.

Until recently, there has been little oversight of civilian contractors operating in Iraq. The Defense Department is not adequately keeping track of contractors - where they are or even how many there are, the Government Accountability Office concluded in a report last December. This is especially true as military units rotate in and out of the war zone (as do contractors) and institutional memory is lost.

This lack of accountability has begun to change with a Democrat-controlled Congress. As part of the 2007 National Defense Authorization Act passed last year, Congress now requires that civilian contractors who break the law - hurt or kill civilians, for example - come under the legal authority of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So far, however, the Pentagon has not issued guidance to field commanders on how to do this.

Proposed bills in the House and Senate would require "transparency and accountability in military and security contracting." For example, companies would be required to provide information on the hiring and training of civilian workers, and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff would have to issue rules of engagement regarding the circumstances under which contractors could use force.

Senior commanders acknowledge the value of contractors, especially those that are armed and ready to fight if attacked.

At his Senate confirmation hearing in January, Army Gen. David Petraeus, commander of the multinational force in Iraq, said that the "surge" by US forces in Iraq might not include enough American troops. "However, there are tens of thousands of contract security forces and [Iraqi] ministerial security forces that do, in fact, guard facilities and secure institutions," he added. "That does give me the reason to believe that we can accomplish the mission in Baghdad."

Still, many senior military officers worry about the impact that relying on so many civilian contractors - especially armed private security forces - will have on the conduct of future conflicts. This past Christmas Eve, for example, a Blackwater USA contractor shot and killed an Iraqi security guard. The contractor was fired and returned to the US. The FBI and Justice Department are investigating.

The US military needs to take "a real hard look at security contractors on future battlefields and figure out a way to get a handle on them so that they can be better integrated - if we're going to allow them to be used in the first place," Col. Peter Mansoor, a deputy to General Petraeus, recently told Jane's Defence Weekly.

"I meet with a lot of O-5s and O-6s [lieutenant colonels and colonels] at the war colleges, and you hear a lot of that discomfort with how far it's gone," says Mr. Singer of Brookings.

Opinions differ over whether the trend in using more contractors is here to stay.

"Every war is unique, but the heavy use of private contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan is likely to persist in future conflicts," says military analyst Loren Thompson of the Lexington Institute in Arlington, Va. "Relying on market sources is intrinsically more flexible than using government workers, and nobody seriously believes that the market will fail to respond to multibillion dollar opportunities even when danger is involved."

"In addition," says Dr. Thompson, "modern military technology often requires support that only the original makers can provide."

A New Military-Industrial Complex?

Other observers also foresee an increase in military contractors - for darker r

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