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Posted: 2/5/2002 6:04:07 PM EDT
[url]http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/[/url] ...judging by the "raw sewage" on this site, GWB and GHB are singlehandedle responisble for every major disaster/tragedy beginning with the fall of Rome. apparently mr. x built his home on a natural gas supply or an oil deposit. either that or he was really a white guy named "bubba" who incited the black militants into outing themselves, so that they could be rounded up more readily... this site is downright disturbing in its assertions about the government (which i [b]KNOW[/b] is effed up) but that loonies like this think that their articles that lack any substance or verifiable facts would ever be regarded as anything other than interesting fairy tales. [b]read the article about john walker lindh as a primer to this websites nonsense[/b] [url]http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/lindh.html[/url] enjoy!
Link Posted: 2/5/2002 6:36:46 PM EDT
Hmmm, I finally think I found out where a certain someone got his information on the Hobeika assassination in Lebanon! AFIO.org, my butt, he got it from this site! Eric The(That'sAFact,Jack)Hun[>]:)]
Link Posted: 2/5/2002 6:53:14 PM EDT
This site is as ridiculous as DU. I notice no names attached to any articles. Talk about tin foil hats. Paranoid delusions.
Link Posted: 2/5/2002 7:24:55 PM EDT
more "fecal dribblings" [url]http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=127&u=/020131/7/11m9e.html[/url] DOWN BY LAW: Thu Jan 31, 5:01 PM ET By Ted Rall Government Gangsterism at Work by Ted Rall NEW YORK-Unbridled legal hypocrisy is a recurring theme of the ideologically-impoverished Bush imperium. When it suits their immediate aims, the Bushies wield the law like a club. As soon as the law proves inconvenient, however, they chuck it out the window like a gum wrapper. We've seen this schizy lurching between law-and-order conservatism and anarchic retro-Tricky Dicky Nixonism ever since November 2000, when the same campaign that sued under Florida's election laws to stop that state's ballot recount resorted to hired thugs and back-room deals when it became obvious that they were going to lose. Born illegitimately of intimidation, this administration is waging its New War on Terror with the same graceless style. Before September 11, it used international organizations and legal strictures to impose economic sanctions on Afghanistan. As the Trade Center towers burned and Bush's polls soared, the last vestige of respect for law disappeared. Bush dropped bombs without declaring war, without bothering to formally request that the Taliban extradite Osama bin Laden, and without presenting a smidgen of proof that either the Afghan government or bin Laden had anything to do with the attacks on New York and Washington. "You're either with us or against us," Bush said, but "us" meant "me." During the last few months, at least 6,000 people have vanished off the streets of the United States. Kidnapped by government agents, they have no idea when-or if-they will be released from prison. The Bushies say these people overstayed their visas, that they have links to Al Qaeda, that they don't wash their hands after using the toilet, that America is safer because they're behind bars. Is any of this true? Who knows? Since they haven't been granted access to lawyers or allowed to call their families, no can talk to them. Bush says they have no rights because they're not American citizens. Keep that in mind the next time you travel abroad. The Bush police state doesn't coddle our own citizens, either. John Walker Lindh, an American with the bad taste to join the Taliban and the bad luck to get caught, was held for weeks without even being told that his parents had hired him an attorney. You may or may not give a damn about Walker, but he's an American citizen accused of serious federal crimes. The fact that he's been denied legal counsel, that Attorney General John Ashcroft's outrageous statements have made it impossible for him to get a fair trial, and that Bush was seriously considering subjecting him to one of his kangaroo-court military tribunals, tells you everything Americans need to know about our leaders' respect for the law. Don't deign to look down on Burma or North Korea; when it comes to human rights, you live in a rogue state. Exhibit A: The Taliban and accused Al Qaeda prisoners of war now being held in pens in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Despite European criticism of the conditions under which they are being held, Dick Cheney insists that "nobody should feel defensive or unhappy about the quality of treatment they've received." Maybe so. But if our government has nothing to be ashamed of, why can't reporters, lawyers or family members get inside to visit them? (continued)
Link Posted: 2/5/2002 7:25:43 PM EDT
Even more troubling is the administration's assertion that these men are "unlawful combatants" not entitled to the decent living conditions and other protections guaranteed by the Geneva Convention. When Nazi Germany executed captured soldiers of the French Resistance, using the argument Bush now cites, the world was appalled. The Taliban prisoners' status is far more clear than the maquis-the Afghans were fighting to defend their own nation's government from an invasion force. The Taliban, who controlled 95 percent of Afghanistan, were recognized as its government by three U.S.-aligned nations. If the Talibs aren't prisoners of war, who are? Fortunately, the Geneva Conventions addresses the current situation. In the event of a dispute over the status of prisoners, the agreement stipulates that "such prisoners shall enjoy the protection of the present convention until such time as their status has been determined by a competent tribunal." But, protests Cheney: "These are the worst of a very bad lot. They are very dangerous...These are bad people...They may well have information about future terrorist attacks against the United States. We need that information. We need to be able to interrogate them and extract from them whatever information they have." Vice President Klaus Barbie wants to torture our prisoners, which justifies our making an end-run around one of the most important international agreements ever made. "The debate is not actually whether these people are prisoners of war," an anonymous State Department official told The New York Times January 28. "They are not. The debate is why they are not prisoners of war." Cheney summed up the Bush position the next day: "They are not P.O.W.s. They will not be determined to be P.O.W.s." To hear these guys tell it, the Geneva Conventions exists solely to protect the safety and dignity of American servicemen when they fall into enemy hands. When we capture foreigners in combat, on the other hand, we simply claim that they're "unlawful combatants." Unfortunately for future American P.O.W.s-er, detainees-the rest of the world is listening closely. After September 11th, many Americans wondered aloud other citizens of the world hate us so much. What kind of things could we, or our government, have done that would explain such fury? Here's one example. (Ted Rall's new book, a graphic travelogue about his recent coverage of the Afghan war titled "To Afghanistan and Back," will be published in April.)
Link Posted: 2/5/2002 7:37:35 PM EDT
This loser will soon be linking GWB to the death of Abe Lincoln soon enough: [url]http://www.bk2k.com/bushbodycount/home.html[/url]
Link Posted: 2/5/2002 7:44:06 PM EDT
see i told you he did this one too... here's [b]IRREFUTABLE PROOF!!![/b] John Fitzgerald Kennedy An internal FBI memo reported that on November 22 a reputed businessman named George H. W. Bush reported hearsay that a certain Young Republican had been talking of killing the President when he came to Houston. The Young Republican was nowhere near Dallas on that date. According to a 1988 story in The Nation, J. Edgar Hoover said in a memo that Mr. George Bush of the CIA had been briefed on November 23rd, 1963 about the reaction of anti-Castro Cuban exiles in Miami to the assassination of President Kennedy. George H. W. Bush has denied this, although he was in Texas and cannot account for his whereabouts at the time.
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