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The Bush regime came under pressure on Thursday to make public the full classified version of a report from the 9/11 commission that is critical of the government's failure to heed aviation threats before the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
The administration delivered a declassified version of the report to the National Archives two weeks ago with numerous deletions of material it considered too sensitive for the public to see.

"Evidence linking these Israelis to 9/11 is classified."

These 9/11 conspiracy theories, long popular abroad, are gradually--though more quietly--seeping into mainstream America. Allegations of U.S. complicity in the attacks have become standard fare on talk radio and among activists on both the extreme left and the extreme right of the political spectrum.
Reasonable people are entitled to wish that our government had been better prepared and more alert. But those who peddle fantasies that this country encouraged, permitted or actually carried out the attacks are libeling the truth--and disgracing the memories of the thousands who died that day.

9/11 Basic Questions + WRH 9/11 Index + Questions for Michael Moore
Rahm Emmanuel, former Clinton adviser, current congressman from Illinois, staunch supporter of Israel, and suspected by many of being "Mega", the Mossad mole in the Clinton White House, has a brother, Ari Emmanuel, who just happens to be Michael Moore's agent.

A newly released memo warned the White House at the start of the Bush administration that al Qaeda represented a threat throughout the Islamic world, a warning that critics said went unheeded by President Bush until the September 11, 2001, attacks.
Condoleezza Rice wrote a March 22, 2004 column in The Washington Post that "No al-Qaeda threat was turned over to the new administration!"

Bush Team Tried to Kill Pre-9/11 al-Qaeda Report"
There were 52 threats that were mentioned. These were present threats - they were not historical. There were steps that could have been taken. Marshals could have been put on planes that spring. Condoleezza Rice's testimony is undermined."

In the months before Sept. 11, the Federal Aviation Administration told some of the nation's largest airports that if a terrorist wanted to hijack a plane to commit suicide in a "spectacular explosion," it would probably be a hijacking on U.S. soil rather than overseas.,0,891124.story?coll=ny-nationalnews-headlines
"If they knew about it, why the hell didn't they do something?" said Elaine Moccia of Hauppauge, whose husband, Frank, died in Tower Two.

Our henchmen in places like Syria, Egypt, Morocco, Uzbekistan and Jordan are torturing terror suspects at the behest of a nation - the United States - that just went through a national election in which the issue of moral values was supposed to have been decisive. How in the world did we become a country in which gays' getting married is considered an abomination, but torture is O.K.?
Jettisoning the rule of law to permit such acts of evil as kidnapping and torture is not a defensible policy for a civilized nation. It's wrong. And nothing good can come from it.

An audiotape purportedly of Al-Qaeda number two Ayman al-Zawahiri hit out at the US concept of freedom, saying it was a cloak for spreading corruption and injustice in the Islamic world.
"I do not think that we can achieve reform while we are under American and Jewish occupation."

The day of blood and elections has passed, and the blaring trumpets of corporate media hailing it as a successful show of “democracy” have subsided to a dull roar.

The Potemkin village of Iraqi "democracy" is barely a week old, and already it is beginning to show significant signs of wear and tear. We can hear all kinds of noises coming from behind the brightly painted façade, and some of the scenery is shaking so hard that it looks like it could come down at any moment. The sight of it would be funny, except that so many have died for this farcical spectacle.
Let's have the results of that election, which cost some 1,500 American lives – and as many as 100,000 Iraqi lives – made public, declare victory, and bring the troops home.

Radioactive material lost about four months ago by Texas-based Halliburton Energy Services surfaced Thursday in Boston after federal homeland security and enforcement authorities launched a massive search.,0,4296740.story?coll=ny-region-apnewjersey
Halliburton did not immediately comment on the report Thursday.

Army Agrees To Pay Halliburton $2 Billion For Imaginary Work
"See, if ya don't pay us, we got this 'package' up in Boston..."

CENTCOM Reports Progress in Iraq, Other Regions
Preelection and postelection, Iraq has averaged between 30 and 40 acts of violence per day. There were between 200 and 300 violent actions on Election Day, January 29. U.S. casualty figures have markedly decreased since the election.


Rumsfeld: Blame Syria, Iran For Ferocious Iraq Insurgency
Officials said the Pentagon has urged the Bush administration to approve a policy of hot pursuit of insurgents from Iraq into Syria. But they said the Pentagon has not proposed a fullscale war against Damascus.

Israel downed 2 Syrian MiGs last September over sea
The Israeli fighter-jets used an Israeli-origin Python-4 air-to-air missile to down one of the MiG-29s. The other Syrian MiG-29 was shot down by a U.S.-origin AIM-9M Sidewinder.

Iraq borders closed to halt attacks
The move could contribute to tensions with Iran, from where thousands of pilgrims enter Iraq each year.

Iran War Drums Beat Harder

Iran to take control of world's oil trade in 2005
"Why, those damed anti-Semite TERRORISTS! Invade! Invade NOW! Kill them all, let God sort them out! How DARE they set up a trading market for that oil! That oil belongs to US! God told me so!!!" -- screaming heard coming from the White House

Experts doubt United States intelligence on Tehran
US intelligence is unlikely to know much about Iran’s contentious nuclear programme and could be vulnerable to manipulation for political ends, former intelligence officers and other experts say.

Iran nuclear row could spiral out of control
Washington had never had much appetite for invading Iran, a member of Bush's "axis of evil", along with prewar Iraq and North Korea. Pyongyang said on Thursday it had nuclear arms.

U.S. Refuses One-On-One North Korea Talks
U.S. officials believe North Korea, which is seeking bilateral talks with the United States, may have from four to two dozen nuclear devices, depending on the assumptions used about the bombs' designs.

FLASHBACK: US grants N Korea nuclear funds
George Bush argued that the decision was "vital to the national security interests of the United States".

Hunger for Dictatorship
War to export democracy may wreck our own.
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So when do we get invaded to remove the rogue government that spies on its own people, gases its own people during anti War protests, stages "terrorist" attacks, holds crooked elections, attacks other nations without cause, and uses torture on innocent people looking for WMD that don't exist?

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