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Israelis Killed Gen. Zia, Claims Ex-US Amabassador

The Israeli secret agency Mossad most probably killed Gen. Zia ul- Haq, suspects John Gunther Dean, who was the American ambassador to India in 1988, according to an article in the latest issue of World Policy Journal by Barbara Crossette, who was the South Asia Bureau Chief of the New York Times from 1988 to 1991.


Benazir Bhutto - A Warning To Us All

Benazir Bhutto - Murdered by the Pathocrats

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto was murdered Thursday December 27th, 2007 in Rawalpindi, a city near Pakistan's capital Islamabad. Having survived an attempted assassination in October, under the cover of a "suicide bombing" Ms. Bhutto was shot in the neck and head from close range.

Coincidentally (or not) almost 29 years ago her father, Zulfikar Bhutto, also a former PM of Pakistan, was hung in the very same city by then Pakistan dictator General Zia Ul-Haq. In 2003, alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed was arrested in Rawalpindi. The evidence for Khalid's involvement came largely from the now destroyed CIA torture tapes. Small world. It should come as no surprise therefore that, while separated by decades, the untimely deaths of Ms. Bhutto and her father are, in the context of the American-led war on terror, inextricably linked. Suffice to say, the fingerprints of the Pathocrats are everywhere.


Hamas says uncovered network of collaborators

Palestinian security forces reported Sunday that Hamas' internal security service has uncovered a network of Palestinian collaborators with Israel.


Mossad mission: Murder Iraqi scholars

More than 500 Iraqi scientists and professors have been murdered by Israel's Mossad intelligence agency, an Iraqi newspaper reports.


China's population to reach 1.5 billion by 2033

The population of China, already the world's most populous country despite its "one-child" policy, will grow to 1.5 billion people by 2033, with birth rates set to soar over the next five years, media said on Tuesday.

China's population, now 1.3 billion, would reach 1.45 to 1.46 billion by 2020, before reaching a peak of 1.5 billion in 2033, the Beijing News said, citing Zhai Zhenwu, head of a population research institute at People's University in Beijing.

"Currently, China is adding 16 million people a year. By 2012, annual [population increase] will reach a peak of 19 million," the Beijing News quoted Mr. Zhai as saying.


The Iran Agenda: The Historical Truth of Our Relations with Iran


In this excerpt from his new book, The Iran Agenda, veteran independent journalist Reese Erlich challenges the conventional wisdom on Iran's nuclear ambitions.

Comment: While the author's historical analysis on the relationship between the U.S and Iran is very valuable. he is extremely naive in his recommendations of what the U.S should do. It is imperative that normal people, including the author, understand that most of governments in the world have been infiltrated by psychopaths who have no conscience. Therefore, normal reasoning and moral standards cannot be applied to them.

What we should be doing now is to spread knowledge about the nature of the psychopaths to a majority of human beings in the world. That is the only hope for us. Read the following article for more information: Hope.

Evil Rays

Israel renews threat to attack Iran over non-existent nuclear weapons program

ISRAEL has warned Iran to either co-operate with the West over its uranium enrichment program or face military action.

Ron Prosor, Israel's newly appointed ambassador to Britain and one of his country's leading experts on Iran's nuclear program, said that Tehran could enrich enough uranium to make an atomic bomb by 2009.


Russia: Iran Never Sought Nukes

Russia on Wednesday joined China in suggesting that the new US intelligence report confirming the peaceful nature of Tehran's nuclear program must end the Western threats of more sanctions against Iran.


White House Continued Lies on False Iran Threat Despite Knowledge of NIE Report

Despite knowledge that Iran halted its nuke program, the White House still pressed ahead with its lies and propaganda campaign.

The National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) released yesterday concludes that "in fall 2003, Tehran halted its nuclear weapons program." It adds that "Tehran had not restarted its nuclear weapons program as of mid-2007," and the country is "less determined to develop nuclear weapons than we have been judging since 2005."

The assessment, which relies on data collected through Oct. 31, was reportedly completed in 2006, but was blocked by administration officials who wanted it to be more in line with Vice President Cheney's hardline views.


France and China sign nuclear and airline deals

French executives accompanying the country's president on a trip to China today closed deals worth €20bn (£14.4bn) to sell nuclear reactors and Airbus planes to the communist state.

Nicolas Sarkozy, on a visit focusing on trade relations, welcomed the lucrative agreements but also warned of the environmental costs of China's rapid economic growth.