Friday, November 30, 2007
Okay, so the government lied about evidence and God knows what else in the Moussaoui case - so much so that it may be cause for a mis-trial in another terror case. But, in the case of Moussaoui, the case in which the government was directly implicated, it won't make a difference ~ I don't get it. Do you?
Less than a week after the conference the back-tracking begins. Which proves that Israel really doesn't want peace.
"President Vladimir Putin signed a law on Friday suspending Russia's participation in a key post-Cold War arms treaty, a move which could allow it to deploy more forces close to western Europe."
There are extremists in ALL religions...
Republican presidential hopeful, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, speaks during the CNN/YouTube debate in St. Petersburg, Fla. Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2007. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
"The revelation that security costs for Rudy Giuliani's trysts with Judith Nathan were spread to obscure New York accounts exposes the former mayor to harsh questions his campaign wanted badly to avoid - about character, truthfulness and a penchant for secrecy."
"Ali Ageb, a member of Gibbons' defence team, said he was "very unhappy" with the verdict and would appeal. "She did this as part of her profession as the teacher," he told reporters outside the court. "She did not intend to insult anybody.""
Christian teacher, Christian school, Muslim country ~ and, they couldn't come up with a better name than Muhammad? I can think of a thousand Christian names for the Teddy that would be more appropriate than Muhammad. Ms. Gibbons probably didn't intend to insult anyone, but she is incredibly ignorant and culturally insensitive.
"The star-studded hue and cry to "Save Darfur" and "stop the genocide" has gained enormous traction in U.S. media along with bipartisan support in Congress and the White House. But the Congo, with ten to twenty times as many African dead over the same period is not called a "genocide" and passes almost unnoticed."
Residents in Gaza in need of medical care are facing a "severe crisis" with forty-four Palestinan deaths due to Israeli border closures and denial of medical care since July. With Gaza all but ignored during Annapolis, only rights groups are making a dent in letting the world know what is going on in the open air prison known as the Gaza Strip.
Presidential hopeful Sen. Joe Biden speaks about his foreign policy plans at a forum held at Seacoast Media Group in Portsmouth, Thursday afternoon. - Scott Yates photo
"Presidential hopeful Delaware Sen. Joe Biden stated unequivocally that he will move to impeach President Bush if he bombs Iran without Congressional approval."
Thursday, November 29, 2007
"Osama bin Laden, the leader of al-Qaeda, has called on Europeans to stop their political leaders helping the US in the Afghan war."
Most Europeans would probably agree....
The Zionists' worst nightmare ~ a meeting of the minds between Christians and Muslims...
A view of the Silwan neighborhood in East Jerusalem, December 2006. (Magnus Johansson/MaanImages)
"Interestingly, millions of dollars of US money have been poured into the growing Jewish settlements in this area. Without any complaints from the Bush administration, real estate developers openly advertise homes in the West Bank -- heavily subsidized by the Israeli government -- to Jews in the United Kingdom and the United States."
Even a "Two-State" solution won't save Israel. Israel cannot long endure as a "Jewish" state.
What Is This? Rice identifying with the Palestinians? Must be a mis-print.
But, they haven't learned yet...
Which is exactly what the Zionists and Islamophobes want to do.
"Since declaring his candidacy for president in February, Obama, a member of a congregation of the United Church of Christ in Chicago, has had to address assertions that he is a Muslim or that he had received training in Islam in Indonesia, where he lived from ages 6 to 10. While his father was an atheist and his mother did not practice religion, Obama's stepfather did occasionally attend services at a mosque there."
Which shows that racial and religious intolerance is still alive and well in America. I agree with Ibrahim Hooper, Communications Director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, "It's good for America to have a president who has diversity at many levels in his background. That would be a benefit in reaching out to the rest of the world, particularly the Islamic world."
"Imagine what might have happened if, after the attacks of Sept. 11, President Bush had dedicated his administration to peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians with the vigor he is displaying now."
"The Nixon White House’s concerns over Israel’s weapons were detailed in documents from the Nixon Presidential Library that were released on Wednesday by the National Archives under an executive order that requires that classified documents be reviewed and possibly declassified after 25 years."
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
"During the speech, Ashcroft caused an uproar when he declared Guantanamo Bay was a “good place” for detainees. In addition, he defended the torture tactic of waterboarding. Ashcroft also responded to questions from the audience. The first question came from a woman who asked if Ashcroft would be willing to be subjected to waterboarding. “The things that I can survive, if it were necessary to do them to me, I would do,” he said."
Good, lets take him up on that ~ NOW!
Now, this is a first ~ But, I LIKE IT!
President Gen. Pervez Musharraf, right, reviews a guard of honor at the armed forces' headquarters in Rawalpindi, Pakistan on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2007. Musharraf visited troops to bid them farewell, a day before standing down as military chief to become a civilian head of state in a move aimed at easing the country's political crisis. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)
"President Pervez Musharraf stepped down Wednesday from his powerful post as Pakistan's military commander, a day before he was to be sworn in as a civilian president in a long-delayed pledge not to hold both jobs."
Strange, according to US media, Israel is the perfect society.
But, we're Jews ~ we're allowed to discriminate!
And, what would the Jews do with a 93 year old man? Hang him?
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas (L) shakes hands with Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert at the Israel-Palestinian Peace Conference at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, November 27, 2007. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES)
""We express our determination to bring an end to bloodshed, suffering and decades of conflict between our peoples; to usher in a new era of peace, based on freedom, security, justice, dignity, respect and mutual recognition; to propagate a culture of peace and nonviolence; to confront terrorism and incitement, whether committed by Palestinians or Israelis.""
"Some Egyptian parliamentarians and commentators have recently raised the issue of the crisis between Egypt and the Nile basin States, some of whom such as Kenya and Uganda, signatories of the Nile source agreement, expressed their intention to withdraw from it and use the Nile waters as they desire. This brought to attention the dangers of the "Israeli" infiltration in the Nile basin States, which does not cover only Ethiopia as some may believe. This infiltration was extended to cover the rest of the basin States, the relations of which grew to a considerable extent with the Zionist entity since the mid nineties. Researchers believe that these relations reached a stage equal to that between Ethiopia and the Zionist enemy."
"Editors have a mantra, do not look back, move on, write what is current. But sometimes looking back is vital. Those who ignore even the recent past are doomed to understand nothing, sink deeper into quagmires - and bleat again : 'Why do they hate us'?"
"The man who claims to have trained six of the 9/11 hijackers is a paid CIA informant according to Turkish intelligence specialists, who also assert that Al-Qaeda is merely the name of a secret service operation designed to foment a strategy of tension around the world."
"So it begins. After years of obfuscation and denial on the length of the U.S.'s stay in Iraq, the White House and the Maliki government have released a joint declaration of "principles" for "friendship and cooperation." Apparently President Bush and Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki signed the declaration during a morning teleconference."
"I recently sent a copy of John Pilger's article "Lest We Forget" that can be read at the website http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article18726.htm and Anwaar Hussain's article "I am Become Death, The Destroyer of Worlds" at the website http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article7389.htm to Monica Benderman the wife of Sgt. Kevin Benderman, a ten-year Army veteran who served a combat tour in Iraq and a year in prison for his public protest of war and the destruction it causes to civilians and to American military personnel. In response, Monica wrote back, "Americans spend too much time looking outward - so they don't have to see how little there is inside themselves.""
Prostitution and slavery in Israel? Nooooo.....
"As international politicians prepare for a summit in Annapolis aimed at restarting the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, ordinary people in Israel and the Palestinian territories remain as divided as ever."
"Judging from its high attendance and low expectations, Annapolis is more likely to help three sitting ducks, Olmert, Abbas and Bush, than advance the cause of peace in the Middle East."
Declaration of Principles for a Long-Term Relationship of Cooperation and Friendship Between the Republic of Iraq and the United States of America
Being pushed by those who call themselves Zionists.
Monday, November 26, 2007
"Despite deep doubts back home about what they can accomplish, senior Arab officials from countries like Saudi Arabia and Syria agreed to sit down here with Israel to show their commitment to an Arab peace initiative, shore up the Palestinians and, in some cases, simply because they felt they could not say no."
Definitely a move in the right direction. Now, if only the Zionists in America would let US Intelligence agencies do the same.
"Iraq's most influential Shiite politician said Sunday that the U.S had not backed up claims that Iran is fueling violence here, underscoring a wide gap on the issue between Washington and the Shiite-led Baghdad government."
Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz(R) is greeted by Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin. The two leaders held talks expected to pave the way for the first purchase of Russian weapons by the kingdom.(AFP/POOL/Dmitry Astakhov)
"Saudi Arabia's Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz held talks here Friday with President Vladimir Putin expected to pave the way for the first purchase of Russian weapons by the kingdom, a close US ally."
The Saudis may have some short-comings but they are not stupid.
"Hundreds of thousands of Palestinian refugees were forced out of their homes at gunpoint at the hands of Jewish gangs in 1948 and after the 1967 war, however, those refugees along with their children and grandchildren who were born in the diaspora remain holding to their right of return to their homes, and vowing to reject all financial compensations offered to them."
"Practically written off as an incendiary, racist and even plain old kook by prominent reporters for organizations like the AP, FOX and CNN, GOP hopeful Ron Paul keeps going and going; his supporters are seemingly impervious to the barbs that paint them as disenfranchised and off the grid malcontents."
Sunday, November 25, 2007
Bringing the War on Terrorism Home: Congress Considers How to 'Disrupt' Radical Movements in the United States
""Israel's Success in developing its relations with western African states – especially these falling south of the Great Sahara region bordering Arab African states – shall achieve very important strategic gains for it, which shall overcome areas of its strategic weakness due to the tight band of Arab States surrounding it, to reach to the open Arab back in a place Arabs do not expect"….this is the resume of words ex Israeli chief of staff, General Hayem Laskoff, described his country's policy in relation to the African continent, that policy in which the Israel role becomes more apparent whenever conflicts comes to the open in its different arenas, especially after the discovery of natural resources such as oil and uranium in the continent."
You were wondering why there's suddenly so much trouble in Darfur?
""Suppose it was true that Iran is helping insurgents in Iraq. I mean, wasn’t the United States helping insurgents when the Russians invaded Afghanistan? Did we think there was anything wrong with that? I mean, Iraq's a country that was invaded and is under military occupation. You can't have a serious discussion about whether someone else is interfering in it. The basic assumption underlying the discussion is that we own the world.""
"A federal judge expressed frustration Tuesday that the government provided incorrect information about evidence in the prosecution of Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui and raised the possibility of ordering a new trial in another high-profile terrorism case."
Okay, hang on. If the judge who presided over the Moussaoui trail is concerned that the government provided "incorrect information about evidence," wouldn't that be grounds for a mis-trail?
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and French President Nicolas Sarkozy address a news conference after a meeting in Berlin November 12, 2007. Germany, Britain, France and the United States called this week for the United Nations to consider more severe sanctions because they say Iran has failed to allay concerns about its atomic work. (Tobias Schwarz/Reuters)
Merkel is still pushing for tougher sanctions against Iran when implementing those sanctions would cost her government 2 billion Euros per year ~ that can only mean one thing. Bush has promised to off-set any damages Germany incurs as a result of the sanctions.
Yuval, a 40-year-old major in the air force, lives with his wife and three children on Palmachim air base, some 20 miles north of Gaza. After the second intifada, Yuval flew targeted killing missions over Gaza, shooting missiles that killed some fifteen intifada leaders. - Laura Blumenfeld - The Washington Post
There's something "Jekyll and Hyde-ish" about this story. During the day he cures children and at night he kills them. But, notice how the story makes him out to be some kind of a hero by saying he "killed some fifteen intifada leaders," as if they are certain that ALL fifteen killed were actually "leading" the intifada and that there were absolutely no "collateral" damage ~ meaning no innocent men, women and children were killed. Of course, when helicopter gunships fire missiles at apartments and homes filled with sleeping women and children "collateral" damage is bound to occur. So, in my book, Dr. Jekyll here is no hero, he's actually a schizophrenic murderer.