Mon, 06 Mar 2006 12:00 UTC
There's been a buzz on the net for the past few days that maybe, finally, Bush is going to get his comeuppance. Cunningham has been sentenced to hard time, Katharine Harris, the "President Maker", is tainted by a related bribery scandal, Bush has been shown to be a liar (yet again) in public via the Katrina video conference expose, and most of all, the "uproar" over the Dubai Buy.
Don't kid yourselves: they're blowing smoke and snowing you.
This week, we delve into the topic of Organic Portals. Is it possible that fully one half of the population of the planet has no soul? More importantly, can we accept such a hypothesis without succumbing to the same "Us vs Them" attitude that characterizes the Pathocracy? Tune in this week for another fascinating podcast with Laura Knight-Jadczyk!Running Time:
We start off this week with a discussion of the possible implications of the recently discovered supernova and comet. We then launch into a discussion of what appears to be the beginning of a new-and-improved round of genocide against Muslims. Some of the parallels between the holocaust and the increasing persecution of Muslims today may just surprise you!Running Time:
The consensus among the corrupt lying politicos is that 'Islamic terrorists' are responsible for the upsurge in attacks on Shrines and religious leaders in Iraq. Sadly, it seems that someone forgot to inform Iraq's Shia and Sunni populations of this...
Sat, 25 Feb 2006 12:00 UTC
Has anybody noticed that news isn't what it used to be?
What happened to the general up and down, back and forth, flow of events, both good and bad, that used to be our daily fare? It used to be possible to read the news and the good news somehow was able to counterbalance the bad news. Yes, there were evil things afoot, but there were also good things in the works.
Fri, 24 Feb 2006 12:00 UTC
As with so many other events of global significance in recent years, the official story about the bombing of the Shia shrine two days ago has very quickly started to stink and reveal many inconsistencies...
I live in a district very near to the mosque and I will tell you exactly what I saw hours before the bombing.
There is a daily curfew in our city (Samarra) starts from 8,00 in the evening until 6,00 in the morning, in the night before the bombing and just when it's getting dark there was unusual activities by the ING (Iraqi National Guard) in the area around the mosque, I heard their cars the whole night until next day in the morning.
The Mosque Guards testimony says: Four people with ING uniforms blind folded them and set the bombs.
The witness continues, so ask I you how could the terrorists enter the area which is usually surrounded by the ING and enter the mosque then runway without being got by the police?.
At least 120 people have now been killed as a direct result of the bombing of the Shia shrine in Iraq. Fifty bullet-riddled bodies were found in Baghdad overnight and 47 factory workers were killed at a roadblock on the outskirts of the capital. Arab TV reporter, Atwar Bahjat, and two of her crew who worked for the Dubai-based al-Arabiya TV were also killed in Samarra.
Yesterday, during his whistlestop tour of Iraq, British Foreign Minister Jack Straw made
a couple of very interesting admissions, although undoubtedly he would not see them as such.