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see, what I really meant to say was that there were two planes, and one
was a missile inside a specially modified plane...no wait...I mean it
was a missile that shot down one of the planes over Pennsylvania that
crashed after it landed...but that has nothing to do with the missile...
I mean plane that hit the Pentagon. You see what I mean? Look, just read
the 9/1 Commission report!"
NGUYEN: We want to go back now
to that video that we're just getting in from Donald Rumsfeld's
visit to Iraq, a surprise visit, he is at Camp Victory here in Baghdad
in this video speaking to soldiers in the mess hall. Let's take
DONALD RUMSFELD, SECRETARY OF DEFENSE: And to change that way of
living, would strike at the very essence of our country.
And I think all of us have a sense if we imagine the kind of world
we would face if the people who bombed the mess hall in Mosul, or
the people who did the bombing in Spain, or the people who attacked
the United States in New York, shot down the
plane over Pennsylvania and attacked the Pentagon, the people
who cut off peoples' heads on television to intimidate, to frighten
-- indeed the word "terrorized" is just that. Its purpose
is to terrorize, to alter behavior, to make people be something
other than that which they want to be.
| Global Eye
By Chris Floyd
Published: December 24, 2004
According to agents of the U.S. Federal Bureau
of Investigation, President George W. Bush has signed a secret executive
order approving the use of torture against prisoners captured in
his "war on terror" -- including thousands of innocent
people rounded up in Iraq and crammed into Saddam Hussein's infamous
Abu Ghraib prison.
FBI documents, obtained in a lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties
Union and reported this week in the Los Angeles Times, detailed
the agents' "disgust" at the "aggressive and improper"
methods used by military interrogators and civilian contractors
against prisoners, and the widespread, ongoing pattern of "serious
physical abuses" they found at the American concentration camp
in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and in Iraq.
Most of the offences occurred long after the initial public scandal
over "a few bad apples" at Abu Ghraib. For example, in
June 2004, an FBI agent informed top officials in Washington that
he had witnessed such torture techniques as "strangulation,
beatings, [and] placement of lit cigarettes into the detainees'
ear openings." The agent added that military officials "were
engaged in a coverup of these abuses."
Also in June, the FBI reported that a prisoner in Abu Ghraib was
cuffed, trussed up in a "stress position," then "doused
with cold water, dropped onto barbed wire, dragged by his feet and
punched in the stomach."
In August 2004, the date of the latest reports, an FBI agent reported
that detainees in the Guantanamo concentration camp were often kept
chained in "stress positions" on the floor, "with
no chair, food or water. Most of the times they had urinated or
defecated on themselves and had been left for 18-24 hours or more."
One detainee was found "almost unconscious on the floor, with
a pile of hair next to him," said the agent. "He had apparently
been literally pulling his own hair out throughout the night."
The Guantanamo abuses occurred in front of FBI witnesses at what
is considered the showcase of the new worldwide prison system Bush
has established to process his captives in the "terror war."
But there are a number of "secret prisons"
-- including a special enclosed facility at Guantanamo itself --
where "special" interrogations are carried out by the
CIA without any outside witnesses, The Washington Post reports.
By presidential order,
the CIA does not have to say who these prisoners are, how or why
or where they were taken prisoner, or what happens to them behind
the impenetrable walls.
According to the official documents, FBI agents said that military
interrogators and their corporate mercenaries in Guantanamo and
Iraq routinely went "far beyond the restrictions of the Geneva
Conventions prohibiting torture," but were acting under an
executive order signed by Bush authorizing the use of dogs and other
aggressive physical and psychological techniques on prisoners.
Bush officials denied such an executive order exists; they say
the agents confused it with an earlier order for "aggressive
techniques" issued by Pentagon chief Donald Rumsfeld, which
was then supposedly rescinded and softened in March 2003 after complaints
from military lawyers. But the abuses described
in the new FBI memos occurred long after the first Rumsfeld order
was invalidated. Thus the Administration's denial is based on a
What's more, the FBI papers state repeatedly
and unequivocally that Bush himself had authorized the aggressive
techniques. They also note that in May 2004, after the scandal
at Abu Ghraib, Bush had specified that "certain techniques
can only be used if very high-level authority is granted."
Thus some of the most disturbing abuses -- actions which the interrogators
nonetheless felt comfortable enough to commit in front of FBI agents
-- have been carried out with direct White House or Pentagon approval.
Earlier this year, a cache of White House memos was uncovered
revealing a systematic effort to provide "legal" underpinning
for the abrogation of the Geneva Conventions on treatment of prisoners
and support for a deliberate policy of disregarding U.S. laws forbidding
torture, kidnapping, assassination and indefinite detention, The
Washington Post (and many others) report. These
memos also claimed an unprecedented extension of presidential powers,
arguing that the "Commander-in-Chief" cannot be constrained
by any law whatsoever in the prosecution of a war.
One main goal of this legal analysis, the memos admitted, was to
help Bush and his top officials avoid prosecution for war crimes,
since the actions being recommended by Bush and the Pentagon were
clearly criminal under international and U.S. law.
When the memos surfaced, the White House declared that the Bush
Administration would never do anything illegal. However, they never
directly repudiated the memos -- which, after all, argue that nothing
a president orders in wartime, including torture, is actually illegal.
As the documentation of prisoner abuse grows larger and larger with
each passing month, it is obvious that such
a system of widespread -- and ongoing -- atrocities could not be
sustained without approval at the very highest levels.
Now FBI agents, in official reports, have traced the responsibility
for these crimes directly to the pen of George W. Bush. Despite
the patently false White House denials, the torture directive cited
by the FBI not only echoes the legal briefs cited above, it
also perfectly complements Bush's earlier executive orders allowing
the secret execution of anyone on earth,
including American citizens, whom
Bush or his designated agents arbitrarily declares a "terrorist"
-- without charges, evidence or trial. These orders were
first reported in November 2001 by The Washington Post and have
been repeatedly confirmed by Administration officials.
The evidence is credible, compelling and abundant. The lines of
authority are clear. The blood of the tortured is on Bush's hands.
Three Palestinian resistance fighters have
been shot dead after Israeli occupation forces followed them
into a refugee camp in the West Bank.
According to a Palestinian security source on Friday, Iyad Ranin,
Kamal Sabarini and Jamal Azzam all died in a skirmish after attempting
to avoid capture when 20 Israeli armoured vehicles pursued them
All three men, aged between 19 and 20, are thought to have
belonged to al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades.
The latest deaths have brought the overall toll since the September
2000 start of al-Aqsa Intifada to well over 3500 Palestinians, about
20% of whom are children.
Some 970 Israelis have also died in the same period.
UNITED NATIONS, - A renowned Islamic scholar
of Egyptian origin is barred from taking up a post in one of the
most prestigious institutions in the United States -- the University
of Notre Dame -- after the U.S. State Department invokes an anti-terrorism
law to keep him out of the country.
A nationwide survey discovers that nearly one-half of all Americans
believe the U.S. government should restrict the civil liberties
The growing new phenomenon labelled ”Islamophobia”
-- the paranoid fear of Muslims -- is fast spreading, both in the
United States and in Western Europe, warn academics, Middle
East experts and senior U.N. officials.
Alarmed at the rising racial and religious intolerance, the United
Nations is expressing ''deep concern'' over the increase in anti-Semitism,
Christianophobia and Islamophobia worldwide.
A resolution adopted by the 191-member U.N. General Assembly this
week calls upon all states to cooperate with the U.N. Commission
on Human Rights to eliminate the growing new trends in racial and
For the first time, the United Nations earlier this month hosted
a seminar zeroing in on the subject of Islamophobia, symbolising
the gravity of the situation.
''When a new word enters the language, it is often the result
of a scientific advance or a diverting fad,'' said U.N. Secretary-General
Kofi Annan. ''But when the world is compelled to coin a new term
to take account of increasingly widespread bigotry, that is a sad
and troubling development. Such is the case with Islamophobia,''
Addressing the seminar, which was attended by religious leaders,
academics and senior U.N. officials, Annan said that efforts to
combat Islamophobia must also contend with the question of terrorism
and violence carried out in the name of Islam.
''Islam should not be judged by the acts of extremists who deliberately
target and kill civilians. The few give a bad name to the many,
and this is unfair,'' he added.
''The Christian West has feared Islam both religiously and politically,''
according to Seyyed Hossein Nasr, professor of Islamic Studies at
George Washington University and keynote speaker at the seminar.
''Today, the paradox of Islamophobia remains
that many people afraid of Islam know very little about it. They
feel a great need to see 'the other' as the enemy.”
In the United States, the targeting of Muslims was triggered by
the terrorist attacks of Sep. 11, 2001 (9/11) because all of the
attackers were of Middle Eastern origin. [...]
Tegucigalpa, Honduras — Unknown assailants
opened fire on a public bus in northern Honduras late Thursday,
killing at least 28 passengers and wounding 16 others, mostly women
and children, police said.
The shooting took place about 7:30 p.m. local time in the northern
Atlantic city Chamelecon, 200 kilometres north of the capital Tegucigalpa,
said police spokesman, deputy commissioner Wilmer Torres.
”It was an unbelievable massacre,” he said in a telephone
”We don't know yet who did it.”
The bus was driving through the heavily populated neighbourhood
San Isidro, when a car carrying an unknown number of armed attackers
cut in front of it and other assailants fired from behind the bus,
Mr. Torres said. He said officials did not yet know how many people
were aboard the bus but that the majority
of the passengers were women and children.
Sixteen of the victims died aboard the bus, while the seven others
died after being taken to a public hospital in the nearby industrial
city San Pedro Sula, he said.
The attackers left a message containing ”vulgar words against
the president of the congress,” Porfirio Lobo Sosa, and Security
Minister Oscar Alvarez, Torres said.
”In the note, the killers present
themselves as a revolutionary group that opposes the death penalty,”
something Lobo has promoted in political ads, he said.
Lobo Sosa is one of four candidates competing in a primary Feb.
20 to determine the governing National party's presidential candidate.
The note added: ”People should take advantage of this Christmas,
because the next one will be worse,” Mr. Torres said.
Police have arrested a suspect, believed to be a member of the
violent Mara Salvatrucha gang, who was driving a vehicle similar
to that said to have participated in the attack. Authorities seized
a .38-calibre pistol and several automatic weapons from the suspect
and had begun interrogating him, Mr. Torres said.
The gangs Mara Salvatrucha and Mara 18 claim more than 100,000
members in Honduras. The gangs are known for extorting protection
money from residents, as well as committing robberies, homicides
and other crimes.
IPOH, Malaysia : Five people including two
foreigners died after a passenger bus plunged into a deep ravine
in Malaysia's northern Perak state, a police official said Thursday.
Perak police chief Asari Mokhtar said one Briton, one Nepalese
and three locals died, while 17 were injured in the crash near Ipoh.
Six other foreigners - one from Austria, three from the Netherlands,
a Briton and a Bangladeshi - were among the injured, he said.
He declined to provide details of the dead until the next-of-kin
had been informed.
Asari said those hurt in the crash, including the driver, were
admitted to Ipoh hospital with non-critical injuries.
Another police official earlier said the bus with 21 passengers
was heading down from the Cameron Highlands hill resort to Ipoh,
12 kilometres away, when it fell into a 20-metre ravine.
"We believe the driver lost control of the vehicle as it
was coming down a steep slope at a sharp bend," he said.
The highland area is popular with tourists sightseeing at its
tea plantations and flower farms.
BANGKOK, Thailand - Militants set off a bomb
near a market frequented by soldiers Friday, killing two people
and wounding eight others in southern Thailand, where a Muslim insurgency
has left nearly 580 people dead this year.
The blast in Sungai Kolok near the Malaysian border targeted government
soldiers, but many of the victims were from the local Muslim majority,
including the man who was killed, police officials said.
It was the latest in a spate of violence in three southern provinces
since early this year, when Thai Muslim militants rekindled a decades-old
dream of a state separated from the Buddhist-dominated country.
The bomb Friday was planted on a motorcycle and triggered by a
mobile phone signal just after a military truck stopped at a nearby
market where soldiers eat daily, said police Col. Krajang Suwanarat
in a telephone interview. Four soldiers were wounded, including
one who one died later at Sungai Kolok Hospital, Dr. Wichai Wichienwattanachai,
the hospital's deputy director said. [...]
LVOV, - A hurricane with a wind speed reaching
30 metres per second disrupted electricity supply in 34 populated
localities of the Lvov and Ivano-Frankovsk Regions of Ukraine on
Thursday night, a representative of the Ukrainian emergencies ministry
told Itar-Tass on Friday.
Teams of the Lvovenergo Company are restoring electricity supply,
working in an emergency regime, in order to complete the repair
operation by the beginning of the repeat voting within the framework
of the second round of presidential elections, which is scheduled
for December 26.
CHICAGO, Dec. 23 - Snow, ice and high winds
extended from the Great Lakes to the Texas Panhandle on Thursday,
tying up traffic, delaying flights and disrupting holiday travel
plans for thousands of people.
At least 13 people were killed in weather-related
traffic accidents in Illinois, Ohio,
Oklahoma and Texas.
As much as two feet of snow fell, and drivers like Joe Bartlett
of Alexandria, Ky., was clutching his steering wheel. It took Mr.
Bartlett five hours on Wednesday night to drive home from Lexington,
usually an hourlong trip.
"I saw a car off the road about every 200 feet," he
said. "So it was white knuckles for me."
More than 300,000 homes in Kentucky and Ohio were without power.
Records for snowfall were broken in cities
like Paducah, Ky., with 14 inches, and Dayton, Ohio, with 16 inches.
As many motorists took off for the long weekend, icy roads and poor
visibility caused traffic accidents and congestion. Hundreds were
stranded on major roadways, and parts of Interstates were closed
in several states.
An inch of snow and poor visibility contributed to a
22-car pileup near Cheyenne, Wyo., on Wednesday that sent
nine people to the hospital. Amarillo, Tex., with almost eight inches
of snow in two days, reported at least 100 weather-related crashes.
In Indiana, 40 counties declared local
emergencies. Gov. Joseph E. Kernan declared disaster emergencies
in some regions and closed state offices in 44 counties. He urged
travelers to stay off the roads.
Along Interstate 64, which was closed eastbound from the Illinois
line to Evansville, Ind., the state sent helicopters, and National
Guard troops searched for stranded motorists. The Red Cross provided
emergency assistance and set up shelters. Travelers were taken to
National Guard armories in Evansville and Salem, Ind., and to shelters
in at least three cities.
More than a foot of snow covered the Interstate when tractor-trailers
overturned on Wednesday night. When temperatures fell into the teens,
travelers worried about warmth and food. They abandoned their vehicles
as they were rescued, leaving behind presents and luggage.
Mr. Kernan later closed sections of Interstates 64, 65 and 74.
Greyhound closed three bus stations and canceled service on 12 routes
between Tennessee and Ohio. Stranded riders bedded down in the coaches,
whose engines were left running to provide heat. The company said
that it gave riders vouchers for food and that Red Cross delivered
food and other supplies for mothers and babies.
Airplane passengers were also affected. Flights involving Atlanta,
Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, New York, Philadelphia and Washington
were among the many that suffered delays of up to two hours.
More than 200 flights were canceled on Wednesday at Dallas-Fort
Worth International Airport. A spokesman for the airport, David
Magana, said conditions improved on Thursday.
"We're hopeful," Mr. Magana said, "everything will
work out and everyone will get to grandma's house."
(Allen County-WANE-December 23,
2004) - During the summer and early fall, dozens of Fort Wayne residents
complained about loud "booms" that were rattling windows
and shaking houses.
Theories on what caused them ranged from train cars colliding to
a local scrap yard shredding used propane tanks. The mystery of
what's causing them hasn't gone away, but this week, a Fort Wayne
man told Newschannel 15 he has the answer.
This man didn't want to be identified, but gave Newschannel 15
a demonstration of detonating "black powder" in a home-made
cannon. These demonstrations aired on Newschannel 15's 6 p.m show
on Thursday, December 23.
"The more you use, the more you pack it, the louder it's going
to be," he said.
Black powder is used as propellant for high powered rifles and
available at your local sporting goods store. When it's packed tight
and detonated with a wick, the resulting boom can be heard for blocks
and shakes the ground.
The resulting boom violates the city noise ordinance, which is
why he gave Newschannel 15 the demonstration in an open county field.
The man said he knows a family who has a similar cannon that lives
in the neighborhood right by Parkview hospital, where a lot of the
complaints came from.
Sharon Churchward lives there and has heard the boom dozens of
times. She was at the demonstration. "I'm glad I've heard this
sound, because it kind of puts me at ease, because it's so close
to what we've been hearing...if not exactly what we've been hearing,"
A lot of people have pointed fingers at a shredder at Omnisource
as the source of the noise...but Churchward said hearing the black
powder blast convinced her otherwise. "This is what we've heard,"
she said. "it's not Omnisource. I really don't believe that."
The man says black powder isn't dangerous--people detonate it purely
to make a loud noise.
According to Subhra Jain, a freelance reporter
in New Delhi, she bumped into a very senior Indian Military official
in a nightclub in New Delhi. While talking what she came to know
will make the rest of the world sit up all night. According
to her, Extra Terrestrials have been visiting India and the rest
of the world for thousands of years.
In recent days most of the super powers
have been formally contacted. India is no exception in recent
"They always contact through the ground radar stations of
the military", she says. Indian Himalayas and Ladakh (China-India)
border is where they first made their recent contact. They
want to let India know the laws and regulation of the multidimensional
India is planning an un-manned moon and later an unmanned Mars
expedition. Indiaís premier Space Research Organization (ISRO)
has been told "dos and don'ts".
Almost in the same week, a Flight Commodore who just retired from
Indian Air Force, was requested in Bangalore, India, to provide
a little talk on any topic to his youngest son's class mates in
the school environment. Guess what he picked as the topic - yes
you got it right - it was the underground landing base for UFO crafts
in Ladakh. He first started by saying new technology is evolving
and new achievements are being made in Aerospace. The students stared
questioning him on different aspects of this new technologies and
where this technology came from! Then the students started challenging
him as if he was really joking - at that moment he started providing
vivid descriptions of the landing base. [...]
In Leh, Ladakh, according to Tsering Spalzang, a senior official,
all paranormal activities are happening with
the knowledge of the Indian Army. There are zones that Indian
Army and Air Force block for security reasons. The Ladakh valley
is heavily secured by the Indian Government. It is a sensitive area
and no one is allowed in these sensitive areas - neither from Indian
side nor from the Chinese side. The terrain is such that it is impossible
to find hidden underground structures under massive mountains -
you are looking at the core Himalayas. [...]
According to rumors in New Delhi, UFOs made formal contact with
Indian Government. The Government was initially baffled without
knowing how to react. Later things became
quiet and it seems all understand now that these Extra Terrestrials
Kargil and Ladakh are hotspots in Kashmir India,
which will probably see first Nuke exchange if that ever happens.
Three countries face each other there with Nuke capabilities - India,
China and Pakistan.
In 1999, Pakistan and India almost went head to head in
exchanging Nukes for a war on Kargil. Indian Army fought with full
vigor against an enemy holding higher grounds. Pakistan planned
to go all out on Kargil. India at that moment has no choice but
to apply the nuclear arsenal.
At the insistence of US President Bill Clinton, Pakistan at the
last moment backed out and the Nuke war was avoided.
From that time onwards, according local
residents and Indian Army personnel, that area has seen the maximum
numbers of UFOs and Extra Terrestrial presence.
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