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"You get America out of Iraq and Israel out of Palestine and you'll stop the terrorism." - Cindy Sheehan

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Ian Sample, science correspondent
Thursday December 1, 2005
The Guardian
Slowing of current by a third in 12 years could bring more extreme weather

Temperatures in Britain likely to drop by one degree in next decade

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Comment: Well, we hate to say "we told you so," but there it was, back in 1997, on February 22, to be exact:

A: Climate is being influenced by three factors, and soon a fourth. 1) Wave approach. 2) Chloroflorocarbon increase in atmosphere, thus affecting ozone layer. 3) Change in the planet's axis rotation orientation. 4) Artificial tampering by 3rd and 4th density STS forces in a number of different ways. [...]
Q: (Laura) All right, were those given in the order in which they are occurring? The fourth being the one that's coming later?
A: Maybe, but remember this: a change in the speed of the rotation may not be reported while it is imperceptible except by instrumentation. Equator is slightly "wider" than the polar zones. But, this discrepancy is decreasing slowly currently. One change to occur in 21st Century is sudden glacial rebound, over Eurasia first, then North America. Ice ages develop much, much, much faster than thought. ... Continental "drift" is caused by the continual though variable, propelling of gases from the interior to the surface, mainly at points of magnetic significance. By [the slowing] down of rotation, Earth alternately heats up and cools down in interior... Part of cycle related to energy exerted upon surface by the frequency resonance vibrational profile of humans and others. [...]

A: Underground bases see dramatic budget increase.
... Because there is much more activity to come.
Q: (Laura) Ok, what kind of activity?
A: Broad range.
Q: (Laura) Can you list, say, the top three?
A: Experimentation, utilization and implementation [of]
Human "resources." Plan falling into place for "harvest."
Q: (Terry) The new underground bases, along with all the old ones are for the coming harvest?
A: And other purposes of STS forces' plans. [...]
Q: (Terry) ... Is that world-wide, we're talking here?
A: Yes, but United States is focus, due to particularly cooperative power structure profile.
Q: (Laura)... I would like to know is what particular steps are being taken, what particular activities are being stepped up?
A: Acquisition, staging, testing of planned activity.
Q: (Laura) And what is the planned activity?
A: Control of absolutely everything. ... Bio and cyber/genetic humanoid types now increasing exponentially in
general population. [...]
Q: (T) [Is HAARP influencing the weather?]
A: We told you that "HAARP" was being designated for
capturing and modulating electromagnetic fields for the purpose of total control of brainwave patterns in order to establish a system of complete "order on the surface of the planet" in either 3rd or 4th density.

So, there ya have it, folks. From back in 1997, the world we are living in today was described and darned if it doesn't look pretty darned accurate! So, maybe we are heading for a "sudden glacial rebound" that happens "much, much faster" than thought.

Failing harvests, starving billions, food riots, all right there in that single phrase.

We suggest that you get Laura's book The Secret History of the World and How To Get Out Alive and get copies for anyone you love. We apologize for the higher price of the book, but since no illuminati controlled publisher would touch that one, we had to pay for the printing ourselves. It's already making waves: we are now in the third printing, so don't wait until it's too late... that "sudden glacial rebound" may be just around the corner.

National Weather Service
Dec 1, 2005

Nov. 29, 2005
The 2005 Atlantic hurricane season is the busiest on record and extends the active hurricane cycle that began in 1995—a trend likely to continue for years to come. The season included 26 named storms, including 13 hurricanes in which seven were major (Category 3 or higher).

“This hurricane season shattered records that have stood for decades—most named storms, most hurricanes and most category five storms. Arguably, it was the most devastating hurricane season the country has experienced in modern times,” said retired Navy Vice Adm. Conrad C. Lautenbacher, Jr., Ph.D., undersecretary of commerce for oceans and atmosphere and NOAA administrator. “I’d like to foretell that next year will be calmer, but I can’t. Historical trends say the atmosphere patterns and water temperatures are likely to force another active season upon us.”

Mark Townsend and Paul Harris in New York
Sunday February 22, 2004
The Observer
Secret report warns of rioting and nuclear war
Britain will be 'Siberian' in less than 20 years
Threat to the world is greater than terrorism

Climate change over the next 20 years could result in a global catastrophe costing millions of lives in wars and natural disasters..

A secret report, suppressed by US defence chiefs and obtained by The Observer, warns that major European cities will be sunk beneath rising seas as Britain is plunged into a 'Siberian' climate by 2020. Nuclear conflict, mega-droughts, famine and widespread rioting will erupt across the world.

The document predicts that abrupt climate change could bring the planet to the edge of anarchy as countries develop a nuclear threat to defend and secure dwindling food, water and energy supplies. The threat to global stability vastly eclipses that of terrorism, say the few experts privy to its contents.

'Disruption and conflict will be endemic features of life,' concludes the Pentagon analysis. 'Once again, warfare would define human life.'

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The Observer writes: "The findings will prove humiliating to the Bush administration, which has repeatedly denied that climate change even exists. Experts said that they will also make unsettling reading for a President who has insisted national defence is a priority."

Well, maybe that is disingenuous. Maybe the leaders of the world know that this is the truth and they have all agreed to pretend to be at odds with each other so as to create wars which will eliminate millions - or billions - of "useless eaters."

Or maybe Bush is setting the US up to be the "king of the mountain"? Not only can the US eliminate billions of people, they can then take all their resources for the "chosen people."

It's difficult to tell what the liars do or don't know, the only thing that is certain is that it does not look good for most of humanity. And, as Dave McGowan wrote:

"Perhaps you are thinking that this type of future is not for you. You'd really prefer something a little different. That's unfortunate, because the future holds very few options. Here's Campbell again, concluding his mini version of Mein Kampf:

Another problem is likely to be the residual opposition to population reduction from sentimentalists and/or religious extremists unable to understand that the days of plenty, when criminals and the weak could be cherished at public expense, are over. Acts of violent protest, such as are carried out today by animal rights activists and anti-abortionists, would, in the Darwinian world, attract capital punishment. Population reduction must be single-minded to succeed.

"So it appears as though those who fight back against the agenda will likely be summarily executed, while those who passively go with the flow stand about a 95% chance of being killed off anyway. With odds like that, I would think that fighting back might be a good idea. By any means available. And sooner rather than later."

Better do a quick re-read of Laura's two recent articles: 94% and Political Ponerology.

And again we say: get a copy of The Secret History of The World and How to Get Out Alive.

This ain't just an advertisement, either because you can get all the info that is in the book by reading everything on this site. But if you want to have the info available when the system locks down, and if you want it condensed and explicated clearly, get the book. Save yourself (and those you love) some time and grief in the coming "Hard Times."

By Rupert Cornwell in Washington
01 December 2005
UK Independent
"Our strategy in Iraq is clear... I will settle for nothing less than complete victory" George Bush, yesterday

In the midst of a war that has cost the lives of more than 2,100 US troops and in which public opinion has turned decisively against the President, he was trying to persuade the home front that despite evidence to the contrary, they were winning.

The White House has dropped its insistence that foreign fighters were the main foe and now concedes that terrorists linked to al-Qa'ida are the smallest component of the insurgency.

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Comment: As Bush's brain was concentrated on yesterday's speech on Iraq, the real war planners outlined their strategy for continuing to destroy Iraq in a 35 page document entitled "National Strategy for Victory in Iraq" that was also published yesterday. Bush's main point in his speech was:
"We will never give in, and we will never accept anything less than complete victory."
Apparently Bush has never heard Kissinger comment on guerilla war:
"In campaigns like this the antiterror forces lose, because they don't win, and the rebels win by not losing."
The national strategy (NeoCon) document stipulated that Bush's complete victory required leaving behind a country that was "peaceful, united, stable, and secure, well integrated into the international community, and a full partner in the global war on terrorism", but given that the Bush administration plans on leaving behind an Iraqi political system that is completely under American control, there is little chance that Iraq will be united, and, as a result, the chance of a peaceful Iraq is just as distant. "Failure is not an option," according to the NeoCon document, because to fail would mean that Iraq is "a safe haven from which terrorists could plan attacks against America".

The reality of course is that Iraq is not becoming a safe haven for terrorists, even the Bush administration itself has admitted that the vast majority of attacks against the US military in Iraq come from Iraqi grass roots insurgents who are demanding a withdrawal of US troops. If in the future however, Iraq does become a "terrorist" haven, then contrary to what the Bush administration says, there can and will be only one cause, as John Kerry has, for once, stated correctly:

"The large presence of American forces on the ground are what feeds the insurgency".
So what is the explanation? Why does the Bush administration seem so anxious to prevent a troops withdrawal from Iraq and willing to run the risk of seriously bad press in the process? More than likely, they are being blackmailed by Israel.

By Linda S. Heard
Online Journal Contributing Writer
Nov 30, 2005
The basic premises of the plan are these: In order to survive Israel must become an imperial regional power and must also ensure the break-up of all Arab countries so that the region may be carved up into small ineffectual states unequipped to stand up to Israeli military might.

Yinon described the Arab-Muslim world as "a temporary house of cards put together by foreigners and arbitrarily divided into states, all made up of combinations of minorities and ethnic groups which are hostile to one another."

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Comment: "Publicly questioning Syria's legitimacy"? Tearing Egypt apart? Why it almost sounds like the plan for war in the Middle East was developed years ago, and it is being waged at the behest of and in the interests of strange...

Thursday, 1 December 2005
Egyptian opposition activists and police have clashed during the final round of parliamentary elections.

An Egyptian human rights group said an opposition supporter was shot dead and another wounded north of Cairo.

Reports say riot police have blocked entry to polling stations in Muslim Brotherhood and opposition strongholds.

The elections are being seen as a potential watershed for Egypt after the technically-banned Brotherhood made gains in previous rounds.

The violene follows the arrest of hundreds of opposition Islamists.

A spokesman for the country's judges responsible for supervising the elections, Mahmoud al-Houderi, has threatened to pull the judges out if the government prevents people from voting.

Fawaz Turki
Arab News
Nov 30, 2005
It hasn’t come to fisticuffs yet, but the congressional debate over Iraq has soured to the point where it’s only a hair short of that.

In the shadow of news of daily horrors in that sad land, Democrats are mounting an aggressive challenge to President Bush by accusing him of having deliberately lied to the American people about the reason for going to war 30 months ago.

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Robert Scheer
30 Nov 2005
So, it is mission impossible that Bush has accomplished: A terminally inept U.S. occupation of Iraq now threatens to make the despot we overthrew look good by comparison. But don’t take my word for it; hear it from the United States’ No. 1 ally in that increasingly nightmarish land.

“[Authorities] are doing the same as [in] Saddam’s time and worse,” former interim Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi told the London Observer, of human-rights abuses by the U.S.-backed Iraqi government.

“It is an appropriate comparison. People are remembering the days of Saddam. These were the precise reasons that we fought Saddam and now we are seeing the same things.”

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by Ira Chernus
March 16, 2003
Jews who support a U.S. war against Iraq should think again. If the war "goes bad," with too many U.S. casualties and not enough rapid victory, the finger of blame could well point at the U.S. Jewish community. That may be unfair, but fairness will hardly matter if it starts to happen. It could spell the end of the Jewish community's free ride in this country. Smart Jews may want to think ahead.

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Dec 1, 2005
The dwindling numbers of those who continue to support, without question, George W. Bush’s failed policies in Iraq didn’t get much to support their cause when the President delivered what the White House promised would be a “major policy speech.”

The speech, offered to a carefully-selected audience of Naval Academy midshipmen at Annapolis, gave us nothing new and offered one more glimpse of Bush’s inability to grasp reality.

Either Bush is purposely lying when he claims progress in training Iraqis to handle their own security or he is just too damn dumb to realize how bad things are in the country he invaded two-and-a-half years ago.

Even worse, he apparently learned nothing from the botched photo op aboard an aircraft carrier in 2003 where he stood before that ridiculous “Mission Accomplished” banner and declared victory in Iraq.

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01 Dec 2005
Somebody Should Tell Bush He Lost Iraq

It's pathetic to see the world's most powerful man, shunted into prearranged venues so he can pitch his snake-oil to college aged boys. That said, Bush's appearance today at the Naval Academy has got to be a new low for the White House public relations team. Apparently the only people buying the huckster-in-chief's bedraggled vision of a democratic Iraq are rosy-cheeked young men who dream of battlefields instead of girlfriends.

Is this the last place Bush can count on a round of applause without body-scanning everyone who enters the door?

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Media Advisory
For media elite, why U.S. went to war is a meaningless debate

With polls showing growing opposition to the Iraq War and an increasing distrust for the White House, one might think that the press corps would be willing to re-examine how the threat from Iraq's supposed weapons of mass destruction was used to lead the country into war. But for many pundits, the origins of the Iraq War are old news....

One can certainly understand why many in the media would be reluctant to revisit a period in which they and their colleagues failed to do the most fundamental job of the press, which is to serve as a reality check on government claims (see FAIR's "Bush Uranium Lie Is Tip of the Iceberg"). To avoid such a look back, however, only prolongs their dereliction of duty.

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by Jack D. Douglas
November 29, 2005
All serious and intelligent journalists today know that the U.S. government has massive media management brigades to carefully control what Americans see in the media and, thus, what they are very likely to believe about things of which they have no direct experience, such as high-level politics, finance and foreign affairs. They also know that the government is extremely effective in secretly censoring the news by using devices such as "embedded reporting" in nations like Afghanistan and Iraq which the U.S. government invades, occupies, and governs.

The Party has daily media-war strategy consultations at the top, instant response teams, overnight polling and instant response special ops teams, daily talking points fed to massive brigades of media operatives worldwide to make the messages come from a vast number of seemingly independent inputs, and on and on. This Propaganda War Against the American People makes the Big Lie campaigns of Hitler and his media specialists look totally amateurish. ...

An obvious example is the Character Assassination Operation they launch against anyone who becomes or might become an effective critic of their vital policies in the media, thus undermining their Media War Strategy. ...

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The New York Times
1 Dec 2005
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30 - Titled "The Sands Are Blowing Toward a Democratic Iraq," an article written this week for publication in the Iraqi press was scornful of outsiders' pessimism about the country's future.

"Western press and frequently those self-styled 'objective' observers of Iraq are often critics of how we, the people of Iraq, are proceeding down the path in determining what is best for our nation," the article began. Quoting the Prophet Muhammad, it pleaded for unity and nonviolence.

But far from being the heartfelt opinion of an Iraqi writer, as its language implied, the article was prepared by the United States military as part of a multimillion-dollar covert campaign to plant paid propaganda in the Iraqi news media and pay friendly Iraqi journalists monthly stipends, military contractors and officials said.

The article was one of several in a storyboard, the military's term for a list of articles, that was delivered Tuesday to the Lincoln Group, a Washington-based public relations firm paid by the Pentagon, documents from the Pentagon show. The contractor's job is to translate the articles into Arabic and submit them to Iraqi newspapers or advertising agencies without revealing the Pentagon's role.

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Dec 1, 2005
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House expressed concern on Thursday at reports that the U.S. military has secretly paid Iraqi newspapers to run dozens of pro-American articles written by a special military task force.

The Los Angeles Times reported on Wednesday the program began this year and the articles were written in English, translated into Arabic and then given to Baghdad newspapers to print in return for money.

"We're very concerned about the reports. We are seeking more information from the Pentagon," said White House spokesman Scott McClellan.

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Comment: Yeah, they are concerned alright - concerned that they've been caught with their pants down. Never mind that the same sort of thing goes on in the US constantly...
30 November 2005
France has announced a new international television news network half owned by the state that aims to rival the BBC and CNN when it starts broadcasting next year.

President Jacques Chirac, addressing his cabinet, said France "must be at the forefront of the global battle of images, that's why I am resolved that our country should have an international news channel", according to government spokesman Jean-Francois Cope.

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30 Nov 2005
In its account of Wilkerson's BBC appearance, the British Guardian newspaper reported Wednesday: "Asked whether the vice president was guilty of a war crime, Mr. Wilkerson replied: 'Well, that's an interesting question -- it was certainly a domestic crime to advocate terror and I would suspect that it is ... an international crime as well.' In the context of other remarks it appeared he was using the word 'terror' to apply to the systematic abuse of prisoners."

Strong stuff, especially since it's obvious that Wilkerson is channeling Powell with those statements. But Powell was a team player and a very effective front man for the administration that was doing all that politicizing and cherry-picking -- and then proceeding with the policies that Wilkerson now seeks to pin on Cheney as possible war crimes.

Now, after so much clear evidence has emerged to discredit the entire U.S. war effort, Colin Powell still can't bring himself to stand up and account for his crucial role. Instead, he's leaving it to a former aide to pin blame on those who remain at the top of the Bush administration. But Powell was an integral part of the war propaganda machinery.

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by Anthony Wade
30 Nov 2005
No one has ever confused George Bush with an intelligent man. What he has always been though is charming, folksy, if you believe the corporate press that is paid to make him look good. This charm was enough to fool America for five years now. Every time Bush had to sell us something, he would traipse out before the cameras and use words like “docs” or “folks” and everyone would go “ahhh” and feel better about their lot in life.

Charm only goes so far though and America has caught on to his clever way of mixing lies into what is left of reality in modern war and politics. Faced with a 68% disapproval rate and calls for an end to the Iraq occupation, and let’s be fair that is what this is now, Bush trotted out again before the cameras to bring America his “plan” for victory in Iraq. Not content with the speech, Bush even had propaganda with him as the White House had produced a book called “National Strategy for Victory in Iraq”, designed to repackage the current quagmire in Iraq as success and over-simplifying the entire situation that lies ahead of us.

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30 Nov 2005
Sen. Lieberman is so divorced from reality that he can no longer be taken seriously. Yet, The Wall Street Journal published this nonsense. The Iraq War and occupation is too serious for any more arguments based on false information. The security of the world is at stake if the United States continues to handle this situation wrong. Not only are Americans and Iraqis dying, and billions being wasted but Iraq is becoming a destablizing force that attracts and trains terrorists. Elected officials like Sen. Lieberman are part of the problem, not part of the solution.

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*World Exclusive*
Nov 30 2005--Venice,FL.
by Daniel Hopsicker
The MadCowMorningNews has learned that California Republican Congressman Randy ‘Duke’ Cunningham steered $500 million in defense contracts in less than a decade, according to the company’s own website, to a start-up San Diego software firm which—and here’s the beauty part—doubled as a lobbying firm.

The lobbying firm then gratefully kicked back—at a bare minimum—hundreds of thousands of dollars annually to a Jack Abramoff-directed Washington D.C. lobbying and consulting firm run by two former senior staffers of Texas Republican Tom DeLay.

It offered, in other words, one-stop shopping.
While the focus was on the $2 million in bribes paid to Cunningham after his guilty plea, the question of just what the Congressman had done for all that long green received scant media attention.

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By Ryle Dwyer
Irish Examiner
Kennedy’s biggest political disaster as president was the Bay of Pigs fiasco in Cuba, in 1961, when the Americans financed and secretly supported an invasion by Cuban émigrés in the hope of ousting Fidel Castro.

The CIA led the president to believe the Cuban people were ripe for counter-revolution and the invading forces would be welcomed, but it quickly became apparent that the people resented the American-backed invasion. Kennedy could have committed American troops at that point and probably over-run Cuba without too much difficulty, just as Soviet forces had over-run Hungary less than five years earlier, but he would have had problems convincing the rest of the world that this was appropriate.

He recognised that he was in a hole, and he got out of it by refusing any further support to the invaders whom he abandoned, at least for the time being. It was a military debacle that had the makings of a political disaster.

Kennedy was barely three months in office at the time, so he could have blamed the CIA or his predecessor, Dwight Eisenhower, whose administration was primarily responsible for the planning of the Bay of Pigs operation, but he did not try to put the blame on anyone else. Kennedy accepted full responsibility for the disaster. He sent a salutary warning to his vice-president, Lyndon Johnson.

“Lyndon, you’ve got to remember we’re all in this and that, when I accepted responsibility for this operation, I took the entire responsibility on myself, and I think we should have no sort of passing of the buck or backbiting, however justified.”

Kennedy was braced for a backlash, but there was none. His acceptance of responsibility for the debacle and his refusal to blame anybody else seemed refreshing.

The next Gallup Poll showed that his administration had a then unprecedented 82% support.

He had been badly advised and quietly moved to get rid of those who had been so wrong about the Bay of Pigs, but he never blamed anybody publicly.

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by Ryan O'Donnell
Only direct election of the president would engage all voters in all 50 states. Currently, battleground states monopolize the campaign -- the Floridas, Ohios and Nevadas of the country. Safe states are nothing but rest areas on the presidential highway, where candidates stop to hold fund-raisers and refuel their bank accounts. Presidential candidates engaging all the states would be good for the country. As long as the Electoral College remains, however, that just won't happen.

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30 Nov 2005
Has anyone seen a car with one of those 2004 "Bush/Cheney" bumper stickers on it lately? It's been days since I've noticed one.

My community, which is about 50 percent Republican, used to be full of them, mostly pasted on the backs of hulking SUVs and brightly colored Hummers.

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Associated Press Writer
El Paso Times
1 Dec 2005
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Companies lobbying government, colleges seeking star speakers and groups eager for information or face time paid for $2.3 million in trips over six years for White House officials, a watchdog organization reported Wednesday.

Powerful presidential confidants, like President Bush's political guru, Karl Rove, and President Clinton's national security adviser, Sandy Berger, shared in this bounty.

More than 620 White House aides took free trips between late 1998 and late 2004 to speak to conferences in Paris, Rome and other foreign capitals, Hawaii and Florida, ski resorts in Colorado and Switzerland. Of course, less exotic locales, like Detroit, Cleveland and Oklahoma City, also were among more than 350 destinations.

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Associated Press
Wednesday, November 30, 2005
"The United States is the country which was hurt by the evil acts which were committed ... and how just and right it is, that it should be the United States which judges him and sentences him (should he be convicted)," Judge Michael Cheshin wrote.

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29 November 2005
France's parliament has voted to uphold a law that puts an upbeat spin on the country's painful colonial past, ignoring complaints from historians and the former French territory of Algeria.

The law, passed quietly this year, requires school textbooks to address France's "positive role" in its former colonies.

On Tuesday France's lower house, in a 183-94 vote, rejected an effort by the opposition Socialists to reject the law. Passage would have been unusual, since the effort to overturn the law sprung from the conservative government's political enemies.

The law has embarrassed conservative President Jacques Chirac and threatens to delay the signing of a friendship treaty between France and the North African nation of Algeria.

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by John Kelley
1 Dec 2005
How the management of philosophy, mythology and superstition determine the outcome of elections. Or Kelley’s Theorem on Human Nature, including dealing with reactionary religious relatives during the holidays:

For Thanksgiving, I went to my Aunt-In-law’s in the East Texas, hard-core Republican country. While there, my brother-in-law and his wife from Waco, the religious center of Baptist theology and even more reactionary religious beliefs (of which they are) visited as well. There in the piney woods some of the major impediments to changing the world became obvious.

Everyone expresses familial affection for each other as long as the more intimate challenges of free thought go unspoken. The internal dissonance that one feels of towards loved ones who have superstitions that shock the sensibilities, makes the idea of bringing about change in the world daunting at best. It is clear that these superstitions effectively stand in the way of changing the politics of a nation. Even more disturbing is not only the fact that they are superstitious, but that they believe they must impose these beliefs on the rest of us. That is where they move from the quaint to the downright dangerous. ...

Attempted discussions of loss of civil rights and invasions of the government and business into personal privacy are acknowledged as disturbing, and then written off as the sign of the beast. This was followed by a curious conversation that this is surely the end times and the rapture can’t be far away intermingled with discussion of their children’s college plans. Even there the discussion is about how to prevent them from coming into contact with contradictory information from the rest of the world....

My own family is not immune to such absurdities. I have a sister and brother-in-law who speak in tongues and have convinced one of their sons that he has been chosen. ...

His mother and father talk openly and repeatedly about their good deeds, charity and righteousness ... The have let it be known that they would support any war against nonbelievers which probably would include Catholics who they believe are all going to hell. If they were Muslims you’d think you were having holiday dinner with the Osama Bin Ladens.

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by Ernest Partridge
30 Nov 2005
The Bible is the inerrant ... word of the living God. It is absolutely infallible, without error in all matters pertaining to faith and practice, as well as in areas such as geography, science, history, etc. (Rev. Jerry Falwell)

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By Karen Abbott
Rocky Mountain News
December 1, 2005
Deborah Davis said Wednesday she has been overwhelmed by the support she has received via the Internet and telephone for her stance against having to show her identification while riding on an RTD bus that crosses the Federal Center in Lakewood. ...

Bill Scannell, who has publicized other challenges to government ID requirements, said the Web site he created for the Davis case,,had received visits from 2.4 million individuals by about 2 p.m. Wednesday.

Scannell said the Web site also has received more than 1,800 e-mails about Davis' case, and that all but about 20 have been supportive. ...

Davis' refusal to show her ID as a matter of principle clearly touched a nerve among News readers. Many e-mailed the newspaper expressing widely differing views.

Some examples:

• "Deborah N. Davis is absolutely correct and the guards at the federal building behaved as the Nazi fascists did 65 years ago in Germany, controlling 'free' movement of citizens by frequent demands of papers."

• "They should have shot this (expletive deleted) first and then looked through her purse for ID."

• "Good for her. This country is becoming more and more a police state!!!! Well done!!"

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Associated Press
Wed Nov 30,12:22 PM ET
MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan - More than 700 people — many suffering from pneumonia and hypothermia — were treated at hospitals Wednesday as winter descends on Pakistani Kashmir and the millions who lost their homes in last month's earthquake.

Media reports said eight people have died in northwestern Pakistan and Kashmir due to the bad weather, and doctors said the situation could worsen in the coming weeks if arrangements are not quickly made to provide winterized shelters to quake survivors.

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By Leslie Albrecht
November 30, 2005, 06:56:12 AM PST
ATWATER, CA. -- It's the riddle of the racket.

Some people think it's fireworks, some say it's a broken heating unit, others blame the Dole fruit plant.

Whatever the source, the low booming noise that's been sounding day and night near Fifth Street and Bellevue Road is starting to drive residents crazy.

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December 1, 2005
LONDON - A Welsh inventor claims to have found the perfect solution to rowdy youngsters -- noise.

Howard Stapleton says his device, the "Mosquito," emits an uncomfortable high-pitched ultrasonic sound that can be heard by children and teenagers but almost no one over 30.

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01 December 2005
Doctors in France say they have performed the world's first partial face transplant, forging into a risky medical frontier with their operation on a woman disfigured by a dog bite.

The 38-year-old woman, who wants to remain anonymous, had a nose, lips and chin grafted onto her face from a brain-dead donor whose family gave consent.

The operation, performed on Sunday, included a surgeon already famous for transplant breakthroughs, Dr Jean-Michel Dubernard.

"The patient's general condition is excellent and the transplant looks normal," said a statement issued on Wednesday from the hospital in the northern city of Amiens where the operation took place.

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Wed Nov 30, 1:30 PM ET
PARIS - A scientist poring over 330-million-year-old tracks in a layer of sandstone in Scotland believes they were made by an extraordinary water scorpion that was as big as a man.

The huge six-legged creature was about 1.6 metres (64 inches) long and a metre (40 inches) wide, according to the study, published on Thursday in Nature, the weekly British science journal.

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Wed Nov 30, 9:36 AM ET
ROME - Your heartbeat accelerates, you have butterflies in the stomach, you feel euphoric and a bit silly. It's all part of falling passionately in love -- and scientists now tell us the feeling won't last more than a year.

The powerful emotions that bowl over new lovers are triggered by a molecule known as nerve growth factor (NGF), according to Pavia University researchers.

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Associated Press
December 1, 2005
Emily on the planePARIS - Emily the cat is heading home, in style. The wayward tabby from Wisconsin who disappeared two months ago and wound up traveling across the Atlantic to France boarded a Continental Airlines flight Thursday — in business class.

Travel conditions leaving Europe promised to be a bit more comfortable for Emily, who arrived as a stowaway in a cargo container after straying from home in Appleton, Wis.

"I don't think she'll drink champagne but I think she will be happy to rest," said Continental spokesman Philippe Fleury, at Charles de Gaulle airport to see Emily off. The airline offered to fly the cat home from Paris after her tale spread around the world and she cleared a one-month quarantine.

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December 1, 2005
BERLIN - Brigitte Hoffmann wishes that her bar was not such a hit with some Berliners -- on Wednesday burglars robbed it for the 81st time in 12 years.

"Why does it always have to be me?" she asked on Thursday.

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December 1, 2005

NEW! 9/11: The Ultimate Truth is Now Available!

On the fourth anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Laura Knight-Jadczyk announced the availability of her latest book:

In the years since the 9/11 attacks, dozens of books have sought to explore the truth behind the official version of events that day - yet to date, none of these publications has provided a satisfactory answer as to WHY the attacks occurred and who was ultimately responsible for carrying them out.

Taking a broad, millennia-long perspective, Laura Knight-Jadczyk's 9/11: The Ultimate Truth uncovers the true nature of the ruling elite on our planet and presents new and ground-breaking insights into just how the 9/11 attacks played out.

9/11: The Ultimate Truth makes a strong case for the idea that September 11, 2001 marked the moment when our planet entered the final phase of a diabolical plan that has been many, many years in the making. It is a plan developed and nurtured by successive generations of ruthless individuals who relentlessly exploit the negative aspects of basic human nature to entrap humanity as a whole in endless wars and suffering in order to keep us confused and distracted to the reality of the man behind the curtain.

Drawing on historical and genealogical sources, Knight-Jadczyk eloquently links the 9/11 event to the modern-day Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She also cites the clear evidence that our planet undergoes periodic natural cataclysms, a cycle that has arguably brought humanity to the brink of destruction in the present day.

For its no nonsense style in cutting to the core of the issue and its sheer audacity in refusing to be swayed or distracted by the morass of disinformation that has been employed by the Powers that Be to cover their tracks, 9/11: The Ultimate Truth can rightly claim to be THE definitive book on 9/11 - and what that fateful day's true implications are for the future of mankind.

Published by Red Pill Press

Order the book today at our bookstore.

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