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Despite the news blackout, successfully
indicting Bush for murder is not a fantasy.
To find out why watch these vide:
They called them ‘terrorists,’ rounded
them up and subjected them to inhuman
conditions and ghastly torture.
No formal charges, no evidence, no
And it appears the overwhelming majority
of those arrested were guilty of no crime.
The pictures the US public saw from
Abu Ghraib were just the tip of the
Congressmen were allowed to see the
full archive, but the federal government
succeeded in preventing the public from
The US news media didn’t seem terribly
interested in pressing the point. Too
busy covering Paris Hilton no doubt.
Fortunately, there are news services
in other places that operate independent
of the US government’s propaganda machine.
The torture orders were explicit and they came straight from the Bush White House.The overwhelming number of detainees in Abu Ghraib and elsewhere are believed to have been guilty of no crime.Here’s a link to a video of photos that the US government successfully blocked – until now.
Warning: Disturbing images.
The following video has been previously banned by YouTube and the American Government. But truthers have reuploaded it once again.
Watch the message that “they” find so disturbing and detrimental to “their” control on puppet theater.
Please download the following video before they delete it again. Share it, spread it and study it for it illustrates the truth that not so many Americans are aware of.
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Presidential candidate Ron Paul says the U.S. is in “great danger” of a staged terror attack or a Gulf of Tonkin style provocation while also warning that a major collapse of the American economy is on the horizon and could be precipitated by the bombing of Iran and the closure of the Persian Gulf.
Speaking to The Alex Jones Show, the Texas Congressman was asked his opinion on Cindy Sheehan’s recent comments that the U.S. is in danger of a staged terror attack or a Gulf of Tonkin style provocation that will validate the Neo-Con agenda and lead to the implementation of the infrastructure of martial law that Bush recently signed into law via executive order, as well as public pronouncements from prominent officials that the West needs terrorism to save a doomed foreign policy.
“I think we’re in great danger of it,” responded the Congressman, “We’re in danger in many ways, the attack on our civil liberties here at home, the foreign policy that’s in shambles and our obligations overseas and commitment which endangers our troops and our national defense.”
“Every day we’re in worse shape and right now there’s an orchestrated effort to blame the Iranians for everything that’s gone wrong in Iraq and we’re quite concerned that the attack will be on Iran and that will jeopardize so many more of our troops, so I would say that we’re in much greater danger than we even were four or five years ago,” asserted Paul.
The presidential candidate expressed his despair that the situation in Iraq will not change until there is a total collapse of the American economy.
“There’s no way we can afford what we’re doing, whether it’s domestic spending or the international spending and very few people talk about the real cost of this economically speaking….this is unsustainable and it will be a threat to our dollar,” said Paul, adding that the onset of the meltdown could be sparked by the bombing of Iran and the closure of the Persian Gulf.
The Congressman added that the collapse was in its early stages with the major indication being a reduction in the living standard of middle class Americans but that “one single major world event” could change things overnight and precipitate a major downturn.
Paul added that there had “not been a national discussion on monetary policy in many many years” and the increasingly bleak outlook for the U.S. economy was also bringing more attention to the solutions the Congressman has proposed for reducing the burden of the mammoth national deficit.
Paul said that national and world events, especially the degrading situation in Iraq, were attracting support for his presidential campaign due to his resolute position on embracing a non-interventionist foreign policy.
The Congressman concluded by surmising that record lows in approval ratings for Bush, Cheney and Congress showed that, “The American people are alive and well and disgusted yet they haven’t had good alternatives….it’s justifiable, they are looking for true answers and options and quite frankly I think that’s probably one of the reasons why our campaign is growing by leaps and bounds right now.”
Click here for the full radio interview: Infowars.com
Insurgency and sectarian violence raged the Iraqi capital on Monday while Iraqi foreign minister warned of a civil war if the U.S. troops make a quick withdrawal from Iraq.
On the ground, a series of car bombs, roadside bombs and gunfire killed 32 Iraqis and wounded 73 others, most of them in Baghdad on Monday.
Meanwhile, the U.S. military said that one of its soldiers was killed and three others wounded in a suicide car bomb attack in west of Baghdad.
The attack took place on Sunday when the suicide car bomber struck a U.S. patrol during combat operations in the area, a military statement said.
These are the U.S. soldiers fighting for democracy. They are fighting for a “peaceful” world. They are fighting “terrorism”.
They torture Iraqis, rape Iraqi women and brag about it.
So, what do you expect of Iraqis now? What do you think Iraqis should do? What if that raped woman was your sister or daughter? What would you do?
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Opposition to the Iraq war has climbed to a record high and President George W. Bush’s approval rating dropped to a new low amid growing dissent from members of his own Republican party over his war strategy, according to a new USA Today/Gallup poll. Bush’s approval dropped to 29 percent in the poll taken Friday through Sunday, down from 33 percent in early June, USA Today reported today. One in five Americans said the increase in U.S. forces in Iraq this year has made the situation there better while half said it has made no difference, Reuters reported quoting the newspaper.
More than seven in 10 Americans favor withdrawing nearly all U.S troops from Iraq by April, the newspaper said. More than half, 55 percent, said Congress should wait to hear an assessment from Gen. David Petraeus before developing new Iraq policy, the report said. Petraeus, the commander of U.S. forces in Iraq, is due to deliver his findings in September, but 40 percent of those polled said Congress should act now, the paper said.
Sixty-two percent of those polled said the United States made a mistake in sending troops to Iraq, marking the first time that number has topped 60 percent in this survey, USA Today said.
The poll also showed support for Bush slipping among Republicans who gave him a 68 percent rating, down from an average 92 percent in his first term and 82 percent earlier in his second, USA Today said. According to the report, nearly four in 10 Republicans cited the immigration debate, which ended in defeat for Bush’s overhaul proposal, as the reason for losing confidence in him. The poll of 1,014 adults, taken Friday through Sunday has an error margin of plus or minus three percentage point.
Shortages; lack of electricity; potable water; tanks rolling through the streets night and day; gunfire and explosions. Iraqi health care in shambles. 200 bodies turn up daily in the Baghdad morgue. For Iraqis, it’s 9/11 every day.
A Short History of The Republic of Iraq
By Dr. Sadiq H. Wasfi and Dahlia Wasfi
“For the poor throughout history who have suffered violence, death, hunger, sickness, and indignity at the hands of powerful oppressors who would not respect their humanity, and especially for the Iraqi, Arab, and other victims of the fire this time—with a call for action to end the scourge of war, economic exploitation, and poverty.”—Ramsey Clark
Dedication for The Fire This Time: U.S. War Crimes in the Gulf. Thunder’s Mouth Press, New York 1992.
The region of Mesopotamia—modern-day Iraq —has been a magnet for greedy conquerors for thousands of years. Time and again, thieving invaders coveting her rich natural resources and advanced society have pillaged “the land between two rivers.” Time and again, the invaders were defeated and expelled.
The Americans led by “leaders” comprised of rich oil barons and neo-conservative Zionists are the latest in a long line of imperialists. If they had only read history, however, they could have predicted that they, too, would suffer great losses from an unwavering resistance. They could have predicted that they, too, will have to leave. In the words of Yogi Berra, they “made the wrong mistake.” But while imperialism in Western Asia is nothing new, our weaponry and war crimes may put Americans in the history books as Iraq ’s most barbaric invaders ever.
Throughout the last hundred years, Iraqis have experienced much social, political, and economic turmoil. The British occupied the region in the early 20th century, and installed a puppet monarchy to serve the interests of the Empire. King Faisal, with pro-British agents Nuri Al-Said and Saleh Jabr, traded Iraq ’s wealth and their own dignity for power and greed.[i] Many Iraqis identified them as traitors, as evidenced by demonstration slogans: “Nuri Al-Said, Al-Qundara; Saleh Jabr, Al-Qeetanheh” (“Al-Said is the shoe, Jabr is its shoelace.”)
On July 14th, 1958 (marked as Iraq ’s first Independence Day), a coup lead by General Abdul Karim Qasim— Iraq ’s self-proclaimed “only leader”—resulted in the dissolution of the “Kingdom” of Iraq . The royal family was assassinated, and the “ Republic of Iraq ” was born—a development that took Western powers by surprise.
By Bill Gallagher
President George W. Bush’s political capital is about as low as it can go, with only dead-end Bushists clinging to his failed regime. The erosion of support, however, can actually make the madman even more isolated from reality, arrogant and impetuous.
The final 18 months of his presidency will be an increasingly dangerous time for the world. Bush is wrapping himself in his messianic blanket, still bound to convince the infidels at home and abroad that he is a gifted visionary who can reshape the Middle East.
Vice President Dick Cheney makes Dr. Strangelove seem like Gandhi. Cheney operates above the Congress, the Constitution, the law and human decency — at times, above the presidency. He does as he pleases and is answerable to no one.