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Islamic Protesters chant 'bomb New York'...
"USA watch your back, Usama is coming back" and "Kill, kill USA, kill, kill George Bush". A small detail of police watched as they shouted: "Bomb, bomb New York" and "George Bush, you will pay, with your blood, with your head."

Hayden Christiansen has corroborated suspicions that "Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith" is a stealth missile aimed at the White House. Anakin Skywalker admitted to an interviewer that he "wouldn't mind giving George Bush a good shaking with my light-saber."

Civil Rights Group Announces Indictment of Bush and others for Torture, Illegal Detention,and Murder
The evidence demonstrate that the detentions without trial and torture both of immigrants in the US and others held as “enemy combatants” abroad are gross violations of the Constitutional rights guaranteed to all, citizen and non-citizen, by the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Amendments of the Bill Of Rights, as well as violations of the Geneva Conventions and of the Convention against Torture.

Photos of Underwear-Clad Saddam Published
George Bush said he did not believe the photos would incite further anti-American sentiment in Iraq, which is edging toward open sectarian conflict. "I don't think a photo inspires murderers," Bush said at the White House.

An Iraqi holds a copy of the holy Koran allegedly desecrated by US forces in Ramadi.

U.S. Condemns Publication of Saddam Photos
The photos were obtained from "U.S. military sources."

U.S. Military Sources Seeking Source of Underwear-Clad Saddam Photos
The U.S. Military said the pictures were "a clear violation" of Pentagon orders and possibly violated the Geneva Convention guidelines regarding the treatment of prisoners.

U.S. Military Defends Afghan Treatment
George Bush was "alarmed by the reports of prisoner abuse" and wants them thoroughly investigated!

Q Trent, if I could ask something about prisoner abuse. There was a report in The New York Times today from the Pentagon regarding prisoner abuse at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan. After Abu Ghraib, you now have Bagram. Are you alarmed by a pattern emerging here?
MR. DUFFY: The President and the administration and the military were alarmed by the reports of prisoner abuse, no matter where they were, whether they be at Abu Ghraib or at Bagram. What the military and what the President supported is investigations holding people to account. I think seven people involved in the Bagram incidents are currently being investigated and are being held to account.

In U.S. Report, Brutal Details of 2 Afghan Inmates' Deaths
The world knows the US Government is doing this Nazi shit. The world knows that the US people know the US Government is doing this Nazi shit. And, the world opinion of the people of the US will be based entirely on what the people of the US do to get the government of the US to obey the laws of the land and of the numerous international treaties that the US Government has signed regarding humane treatment of prisoners.

White House - US investigating prisoner deaths in Afghanistan
The White House said on Friday that investigations were underway into prisoner abuse by US soldiers in Afghanistan.

US Army report details brutal death of Afghan detainees
The nearly 2,000-page confidential file, a copy of which was obtained by the newspaper, depicted young, poorly trained US soldiers in repeated incidents of abuse at the Bagram Collection Point, a detention facility some 70 km north of the Afghan capital, Kabul.

Like a narrative counterpart to the digital images from Abu Ghraib, the Bagram file depicts young, poorly trained soldiers in repeated incidents of abuse. The harsh treatment, which has resulted in criminal charges against seven soldiers, went well beyond the two deaths.
In sworn statements to Army investigators, soldiers describe one female interrogator with a taste for humiliation stepping on the neck of one prostrate detainee and kicking another in the genitals. They tell of a shackled prisoner being forced to roll back and forth on the floor of a cell, kissing the boots of his two interrogators as he went. Yet another prisoner is made to pick plastic bottle caps out of a drum mixed with excrement and water as part of a strategy to soften him up for questioning.

U.S.: Religious Humiliation of Muslim Detainees Widespread
"If the U.S. government wants to repair the public relations damage caused by its mistreatment of detainees, it needs to investigate those who ordered or condoned this abuse, not attack those who have reported on it."

Qur'an abuse allegations date back years: Red Cross
At least 15 people died in violent protests in Afghanistan last week after a Newsweek article reported American interrogators at the U.S. military base flushed a Qur'an down a toilet. The magazine later retracted the story, saying it had doubts about the source.

Detainees' lawsuits also allege desecration
Current and former detainees have been alleging for more than a year that American soldiers in Afghanistan, Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, have desecrated the Koran — but none of the allegations has been substantiated by military investigators?

Pentagon Caught In Fib about Qur'an-gate?
"We have received no credible and specific allegations" of Koran desecration or Koran mistreatment conducted by US personnel at Gitmo.

Italian hostage killed in Afghanistan
...but a government spokesman said she was still alive.

Moonie Washington Times cartoon sets Pakistan on fire
The "offensive" cartoon (published May 6) shows a US soldier patting a dog (Pakistan) that holds Abu Faraj Al Libbi (a terrorist linked with Al Qaeda) and saying, "Good boy ... now let's go find bin Laden." President George W Bush had described the arrest of Al Libbi - the third-ranking leader in Al Qaeda who was arrested in Pakistan this month - as "a critical victory in the war on terror".

Captured Al-Qaeda kingpin is case of ‘mistaken identity’
Some believe al-Libbi’s significance has been cynically hyped by two countries that want to distract attention from their lack of progress in capturing Bin Laden, who has now been on the run for almost four years.

Usama bin Laden:A dead nemesis perpetuated by the US government
It's been 1,341 days since GWB said he'd catch UBL 'Dead or Alive!'

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in Syria
As a primary example of how the corporate media unquestioningly snaps up Pentagon disinformation, deliberately created as a form of psychological warfare against the American people!

There's nothing funny about riots and torture, but it's not hard to find the dark humor in certain aspects of the uproar over Newsweek's regrettable Koran-flushing item.
Only one of the comedic highlights was White House Press Whore Scott McClellan lecturing the media on Monday about losing “credibility,” given the administration's track record on WMDs in Iraq and other critical issues. Just last week, McClellan suggested to the same reporters that President Bush had been informed about the D.C. evacuation scare, only to admit later that the president had been out of the loop. And who can forget: This is the man who brought us Mr. Credibility himself, The White House's gay whore JEFF GANNON!

FIRST LADY: Secret Service should have told the President of plane scare..."I think he should have been interrupted, but I'm not going to second-guess the Secret Service that were with him," Laura Bush said!

Bush: Ideology Motivates Iraq Insurgents
"I think the insurgency is inspired by their desire to stop the march of freedom," Bush said.

A warning to car drivers
Arab Drivers in Iraq warned the US Government may be planting Bombs in Cars.

The lies that led to war
Take it one step further. Given that Bush was already planning to invade Iraq, and used 9-11 to initiate the invasion of the Mideast, why continue to assume that 9-11 itself was not part of that plan?

"Evidence linking these Israelis to 9/11 is classified. I cannot tell you about evidence that has been gathered. It's classified information."

It has been a bad week for U.S. policy in Iraq.
...the somber public acknowledgement by senior Army officers this week is likely to come as a cold shock to the U.S. public and to hawkish media commentators who had assumed national parliamentary elections in Iraq Jan. 30, the election of a national assembly and the eventual creation of a coalition government from the Shiite and Kurdish parties who dominate it would isolate the Sunni Muslim insurgency in central Iraq and undermine its support.

U.S. Moves to Reassert Itself in Iraq Affairs
Facing an intensifying insurgency and a frail government in Baghdad, the Bush administration has reluctantly changed course to deepen its involvement in the process of running Iraq.

"He called me from Iraq: ’I have no idea what we’re doing here, mom."
Everyone should understand that our common future is at stake. It isn’t only about the Iraqis. The war doesn’t stop in Iraq or in the Middle East. In the end it will touch all of us.

Iraq Veterans' Unspoken Epidemic
"My nightmares are so intense I woke up one night with my hands round my fiancee's throat," says Lt Julian Goodrum.

End of the Line for Families of Baghdad's Missing: The City Morgue
"People are looking for bodies, and we have bodies that no one is looking for," said the morgue worker, who declined to give his name because hospital rules, more strictly enforced in recent days since the violence has spiked, forbid workers to speak without authorization.

Military Recruiters Lie About Dangers In Iraq
Today Army recruiting will be suspended nationwide so recruiters can be retrained!

New hearing for soldier over Abu Ghraib charges
The judge declared a mistrial after doubts were raised over whether England knew she was doing anything wrong while stationed at Abu Ghraib.

Bush began the day at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast where he was cheered for urging people to "pray that America uses the gift of freedom to build a culture of life."

100,000 Iraqi civilians dead

Time for U.S. to withdraw from Iraq
Unlike World War II, where the enemy surrendered and the troops came home, there is no such prospect in Iraq. We must define an endpoint. We will soon introduce legislation to achieve that goal by bringing the occupation of Iraq to a close. The troops have done their job. It's up to Congress and the president to forge a policy worthy of their sacrifices.

Shiites Stage Mass Anti-U.S. Protests
In Nasiriyah, 200 miles southeast of Baghdad, al-Sadr supporters clashed with guards at the headquarters of Dhi Qar provincial governor, Aziz Abed Alwan. The fighting broke out before noon as about 2,000 members of al-Sadr's al-Mahdi Amy marched toward the cleric's local office, which is near the governor's headquarters.

Shiites, Sunnis Protest U.S. Presence
A U.S. Occupation soldier also was killed early Friday in a vehicle accident caused by roadside bomb attack near Taji, 10 miles north of Baghdad, the military said.

Defiant Uzbeks stage new protest
Uzbekistan, the most populous Central Asian country, with 26 million people, is seen as an ally in the US-led "war of terror".

Uzbekistan rejects calls for investigation
The government says 169 people died in the violence, but opposition figures and human rights activists say more than 700 were killed - at least 500 in Andijan and about 200 in nearby Pakhtabad - most of them civilians.

Uzbekistan: The Revolution Betrayed
This is why the United States government – not Russia, not China, not the various thugs who loom large in the pantheon of thuggery for a moment, then are quickly forgotten – is the main danger to liberty worldwide. Precisely because its leaders raise the banner of human freedom, and then dip it in blood, soil it with every imaginable crime, and carry it into battle for reasons that have nothing to do with their professed ideals, Washington stands in the way of the realization of human freedom everywhere. This is why we oppose America's foreign policy of global intervention – not because we don't favor the liberation of foreign peoples from the shackles of whatever tyranny besets them, but precisely because we do favor it. We realize, though, that the interests of the American state, qua state, can only drive it to betray and actively sabotage the very ideals of "freedom" and "democracy" it pretends to export.

Russia would consider using force if necessary to respond if the US put a combat weapon into space!
The White House denied that President George W.M.D. Bush was about to sign a new directive on space policy that would permit the weaponisation of space.

The Worst Blunder Bush Could Make
I regard a war with China – hot or cold – as perhaps the greatest strategic blunder the United States could make, beyond those it has already made.

The State Department says MEK is a terror group. Human Rights Watch says it’s a cult. For the White House, MEK is a source of intelligence on Iran.
MEK has long been controversial because of its history of violent attacks in Iran, its relationship with Saddam's regime and its background as a quasi-religious, quasi-Marxist radical resistance group founded in the era of the late Iranian shah.

Iran Said to Be Smuggling Nuclear Matter
Here we go again.

AIPAC campaigns for Iran sanctions
The Israeli spies hope you'll send your kids off to die attacking Israel's enemies.

The dead who walk among us
The writing cries out from every wall, as a warning to all the dead who walk among us. But, amazingly, no one is doing a thing to stop the next cycle of killing.

Riskiest U.S. debt posts double-digit losses
I hear a derivative creaking underneath.

How Many More Lies Will the Media Tell Before We Stop Them?
This is not a matter of bias in the media; it is a matter of deception.

This website is non-partisan, anti-war, and anti-lie. The purpose of this site is to expose deceptions by governments and media used to trick the public into wars and out of their money.
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