March 2005

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Bring our troops back home

Yesterday Tony Blair said “Nobody is planning military action against Iran … at the moment.” He added “Let’s just pursue the diplomatic path for the moment. No one is talking about anything else at the moment.” That’s three “for the moment”

Land of ‘Murka’

Manuel Valenzuel takes a look at George W. Bush’s “Murka”, a once youthful empire prematurely aged and now seemingly destined for decadent, terminal decline

Ernst Zundel Guilty Of Thought Crimes

Ernst Zundel has been deported to Germany after being held without charge for nearly 2 years in Canada. His crime was to question history but ironically his treatment by the authorities has been little better than that meted out to dissidents by the Nazis

The Rockefeller Files Part 6

Part 6 of Gary Allen’s classic on America’s oligarchs, the Rockefellers, the formation of the Council of Foreign Relations and the birth of the New World Order

Be Proud of what you have Achieved

You may think that you are a nobody, says John Pilger, but take heart in the fact that power-mongers such as Bush and Blair are actually afraid of you and your kind

More on Depleted Uranium and 9/11

Xymphora expands on the links between Depleted Uranium and the events of 9/11

The Death of the Dollar

A tsunami of dollar selling is about to begin, writes Jason Hommel, and it will make the recent dollar decline seem like a small bump in the road

The Magic Plane Theory

Xymphora traces an intriguing thread linking the havoc in Fallujah, where Iraqi civilians are routinely being blasted apart in their own homes, and events at the Pentagon on September 11, 2001

Troops could be at cancer risk in Iraq

Australian troops being sent to Iraq in May could be at risk of contracting cancer or conceiving deformed children, doctors warned. The Medical Association for Prevention of War (MAPW) has written to Defence Minister Robert Hill advising him against deploying troops to the Al Muthanna province in southern Iraq. Research teams have found depleted uranium [...]

Voice of the White House March 25, 2005

Oil prices are going through the roof, the dollar is in decline but the pickings are rich for President Bush and his entourage. This week an anonymous White House insider lists some of the perks that have come the way of the President

The Perfect Terrorist Plan To Level The Twin Towers Created In 1976

The evidence of US government complicity in the events of 911 continues to mount. Now an Intelligence insider has revealed that 25 years before 9/11 the US army devised plans to hijack aircraft using boxcutters and crash them into skyscrapers

Iraqi Doctor: US troops storm Ramadi hospital

US soldiers have stormed a women and children’s hospital in the Iraqi city of Ramadi, a hospital director says

Did America Sabotage Airbus Flight 961?

When part of the rudder ‘fell off’ the plane 30 minutes north of Cuba, the captain requested an emergency landing at nearby Fort Lauderdale. But in violation of international aviation treaties, America refused, forcing the crippled jet to return to Cuba

A New Religion

Take a bit of Talmud, add a spice of social psychology and a generous helping of a mass communications medium more powerful than anything hitherto imaginable, and what do you have?

Iranian Leader Says Ready to Battle to Death

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has personally vowed to fight to the death if Iran is attacked, accusing Washington of looking for excuses to start a war

Hijacking Democracy in Iraq

The results are in and it’s a clear victory, not for democracy writes Scott Ritter, but for an Iraqi government that will obediently do the bidding of the US occupiers

Codename Grillfire

In 1976 Federal agent Timothy S. McNiven took part in a US Congressional Commissioned Military Study to Improve US Air Travel Security. The study found security lapses which were duly reported but 25 years later, the same lapses were seen on 9/11

Iran new U.S. whipping boy

Those who deceived America into attacking Iraq may be at it again, cautions Eric Margolis

Israeli Attack On Iran To Stir Explosive Autumn

We could be heading for a turbulent time

U.S. bars Italians from examining victim’s car

The US military in Iraq has refused to allow Italian police investigators to examine the car in which Italian intelligence agent, Nicola Calipari, was shot when US troops opened fire on the vehicle