15 April 2006

Blair refuses to back Iran strike

U.S. Plan For Flu Pandemic Revealed


14 April 2006

New U.S. Embassy in Iraq cloaked in mystery

BAGHDAD, Iraq - The fortress-like compound rising beside the Tigris River here will be the largest of its kind in the world, the size of Vatican City, with the population of a small town, its own defense force, self-contained power and water, and a precarious perch at the heart of Iraq’s turbulent future.

The new U.S. Embassy also seems as cloaked in secrecy as the ministate in Rome.

If You Liked the Iraq War, You'll Love the Iran War

Former Military Air Traffic Controller Claims Comet Collision with Earth on May 25, 2006

KEALAKEKUA, Hawaii, April 13 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Eric Julien, a former French military air traffic controller and senior airport manager, has completed a study of the comet 73P Schwassmann- Wachmann and declared that a fragment is highly likely to impact the Earth on or around May 25, 2006.

Iran President Again Lashes Out at Israel

"Like it or not, the Zionist regime is heading toward annihilation," Ahmadinejad said at the opening of a conference in support of the Palestinians. "The Zionist regime is a rotten, dried tree that will be eliminated by one storm."

Cheney Authorized Leak Of CIA Report, Libby Says

There is a growing body of information showing that at the time
Plame was outed the vice president was deeply involved in the effort
to undermine her husband.

Britain took part in mock Iran invasion

British officers took part in a US war game aimed at preparing for a possible invasion of Iran, despite repeated claims by the foreign secretary, Jack Straw, that a military strike against Iran is inconceivable.
The war game, codenamed Hotspur 2004, took place at the US base of Fort Belvoir in Virginia in July 2004.

Terrorist 'lookalike' wins $27.5m

"If I can't find out from my own government what is going on, it ain't congressional oversight." Lawmaker upset by silence on another Dubai deal

9/11 conspiracy theorists: Scam artists and fools (What's Gotten Into Doug Thompson???)

'L.A. Times' Afghan Horror Story Confirmed by NBC

Trapped NYC Cat Enters Day 13 of Captivity

US blocks UN council's Israel draft

More Retired Generals Call for Rumsfeld's Resignation

13 April 2006

Iran Could Produce Nuclear Bomb in 16 Days, U.S. Says (Update2)

Whie I do agree we have to do something about Iran. For you kiddies out there, Iran started he trend towards islamofanaticism back in 1979 and indeed *if they got a Nuke, they would use it, I do tend to agree there. My concern is the US using a Nuke pre-emptively. Can we just do a surgical strike with conventional weapons like we did during the first Gulf War???

Iran Can Now Make glowing Mickey Mouse Watches

Another general joins anti-Rummy brigade

Scalia Defends Involvement in Cheney Case

Rebels storm Chad capital


Al-Qaida No. 2 Urges Support for Insurgents in New Tape

Always #2..What Happenned to Number 1??<

12 April 2006

Animation: Effects of dropping a "Bunker Buster" Nuke -- Must See

McClellan: Media Should “Publicly Apologize” For Reporting On Mobile Weapons Lab Story

Comet breaking into 17 bits, fragments may be visible next month

"In 1995, it was seen to have broken into three bits, when it was about two hundred and forty million kilometers away from the earth. It now appears to have broken into nineteen fragments, the closest of these will be just nine kilometers away around May 12," Dr B G Sidharth, Director of the B M Birla Science Centre here, said.

Jurors to hear Flight 93 cockpit tape

I am not believeing this. There are "reasonable doubts". Sorry, I am a patriot and love this country yet something really "stinks" here.

Check out these quotes fromLoose Change

"And as for the passengers..."I stopped being coroner after about 20 minutes, because there were no bodies there.”

In the Pittsburg Review..."I have not, to this day, seen a single drop of blood. Not a drop.”

It would seem that, on one day, for the second time in history, an entire plane, along with its passengers, disappeared upon impact .."

Land war planning in Iran

Current land warfare war gaming and planning for Iran -- you read it here first" -- that begs the question: with what army?

11 April 2006

Council on Foreign Relations told of U.S. plans for Iran strike

EXCLUSIVE: Ann Coulter's Felonious Florida Voter Registration Application

Native Americans Want 'Bunker Buster' Test Stopped

What hit the Pentagon on 9/11? MUST VIEW!!

Presidents Face Firing Squad (Humour Only)

Extremists overthrow the US government, and they start rounding up important American politicians to execute.

A firing squad is convened and Al Gore, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush are all marched to a wall to be shot.

As the extremists are loading their guns, Al Gore thinks, "Hmm. I've got to cause a diversion so I can get away."

He yells "Oh, no. A TORNADO!!" and points behind the firing squad.

As the extremists turn around to see if there is a tornado approaching, Al Gore jumps over the wall behind him and runs away.

The firing squad turns their attention back to the two men who are left.

Clinton quickly observes how well Gore's ruse has worked and yells "EARTHQUAKE!!"

As the firing squad frantically looks for a place to take cover, Clinton jumps over the wall and he, too, escapes.

The firing squad resumes their stance and proceeds to take aim at George W. Bush.

Dubya, believing that he, too, can create a diversion, frantically searches his mind for another natural disaster to use.

Smiling to himself, he yells "FIRE!!"

Bush's October surprise - it's coming

Two years ago I wrote that Bush would win a second term as president but live to regret it. Iraq's internal collapse and the president's poll numbers bear my forecast out. But Bush's Republicans will triumph in next November's congressional
elections for the same reason that Bush beat Democratic challenger John Kerry in 2004. Americans rally around a wartime commander-in-chief, and Bush will have bombed Iranian nuclear installations by October.

Newt Gingrich calls for Iraq pullout

"It was an enormous mistake for us to try to occupy that country after June of 2003," Gingrich said during a question-and-answer session at the school. "We have to pull back, and we have to recognize it."

Fans Boo Cheney at Washington Nationals Home Opener

Chavez To Bush - You are a Donkey, Ignorant, Coward, a Genocist, Assassin, Murderer, psychologically ill, and a Drunk - Mr. Danger - Birdie (Video)

Remember the WHIG group? Now we have ISOG - Led by Liz Cheney.

Third Retired General Wants Rumsfeld Out

Phone-Jamming Records Point to White House

Poll Finds Bush Job Rating at New Low

Prodi claims victory in Italy

10 April 2006

Countdown to U.S.-Iran War Has Begun: Reports

Presence of U.S. bombers in England seen as advance signals

09 April 2006

Huge Block Of Ice Falls From Sky In Oakland

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Even the experts are having trouble explaining a solid block of ice that fell from the sky, crashed into earth and left behind a three-foot hole in the grass.

Iran shoots down spy plane from Iraq – report

Tehran, Iran, Apr. 09 – Iran said on Sunday that it shot down an unmanned spy plane from Iraq in the south of the country.

“This plane had lifted off from Iraq and was busy filming the border regions”, the semi-official daily Jomhouri Islami wrote.

The plane’s structural markings and systems have given officials “information”, the report added, without elaborating.

There have been reports that the United States has been secretly sending unmanned surveillance planes into Iran to gather intelligence about the country’s nuclear sites.

Intruder arrested on White House grounds

He said something about being terrorized and his family being poisoned.I would like to know more regarding his statement, if anyone has it, contact GNM.

Iran accuses US of "psychological war"

Iran on Sunday brushed aside what it called a U.S. "psychological war" against its nuclear programme after a published report described Pentagon planning for possible military strikes against Iranian atomic facilities.

Fox News Gets "Reality" of War from Wounded Iraq Vet

"Jim Angle, covering for Hume, just interviewed three wounded veterans who he probed for "good news" about Iraq that made their sacrifice worthwhile. One of them was a public affairs specialist who dutifully delivered the GOP boilerplate about schools and soccer games. But one of the guys, a very young kid grievously wounded said:

Angle: You've seen some of the media coverage since you got back. Does it accurately reflect what you saw when you were there?

Cpl Diaz: Well, in my case I was out west in the Anbar province and the media kind of, kind of goes for major things that happen usually in Bagdad or Falluja during voting times and the media doesn't cover that IED's go off every day, numerous times and the public doesn't know that...

Cpl Diaz had around twenty surgeries...

World 'cannot meet oil demand'

The world is mistakenly focusing on oil reserves when the problem is capacity to produce oil, M de Margerie said in an interview with The Times. Forecasters, such as the International Energy Agency (IEA), have failed to consider the speed at which new resources can be brought into production, he believes.

'Forgers' of key Iraq war contract named

The revelation spawned a series of conspiracy theories, most alleging that the British, Italians, or even Dick Cheney, the American vice-president, had had a hand in forging them to back the case for war.

Wash. Post: Bush wants to deal with Iran while he's president

Will anyone in congress grow a pair and say something....anything..?
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