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- 7 octobre 2007: Cette semaine, nous parlons du 9/11, des doubles standards, de la privatisation de tout, un peu d'actualités diverses, de la Birmanie et ceux qui supportent les régimes répressifs, de l'Iran, Syrie, Israël, USA et des provocations à la guerre, Blackwater et ses connexions, l'histoire du B-52 et des 6 têtes nucléaires aux USA,et on fini par terminer le dossier de l'état policier/dictature/loi martiale aux USA. Beaucoup de bons morceaux de musique aussi cette semaine! Ça va groooover!

Bush given dictatorial power

GOP Occupied America: Does the GOP "Vision Thing" Include Blackwater Patrolling America's Cities, Innocent People Awaiting Death?

Blackwater is Trained for use in US Cities and Schools

Militarizing US police



As the US government becomes more aggressive overseas, it's also developing its military capacity to repress American citizens at home.

Former CIA Official Exposes Bush Administration Fraud


'A Coup Has Occurred'

If there's another 9/11 under this regime ... it means that they switch on full extent all the apparatus of a police state that has been patiently constructed, largely secretly at first but eventually leaked out and known and accepted by the Democratic people in Congress, by the Republicans and so forth.

Will there be anything left for NSA to increase its surveillance of us? ... They may be to the limit of their technical capability now, or they may not. But if they're not now they will be after another 9/11.

And I would say after the Iranian retaliation to an American attack on Iran, you will then see an increased attack on Iran – an escalation – which will be also accompanied by a total suppression of dissent in this country, including detention camps.

This possible future is more menacingly close than a lot of Americans are willing to believe: but we ignore it at both our personal peril, and that of the Republic.

In Case of Martial Law, Break Glass

Hard as it might be to believe, there is a very real possibility that Bush will exercise these rights before his term ends. All he needs is an excuse. At present, the economy is on the verge of collapse, the Iraqi Occupation is going badly no matter what Bush and his chosen generals say, energy supplies are unable to keep pace with demand, disapproval of the Bush administration is growing, and Bush wants to attack Iran and so complete his Middle East conquest. He has all the reason in the world to declare martial law. All he lacks is a sufficient excuse.

700,000 Name Terror Watch List Still Riddled With False Information

The nation's centralized terrorist watch list that is used to screen 270 million individuals every month now contains more than 700,000 entries, but remains marred by duplication, erroneous information, incorrect tracking codes and poor coordination between the watch list and the agencies that use the list, according to an audit released Thursday by the Justice Department's inspector general.

Read Your Own DHS Travel Dossier

The Department of Homeland Security already knows everything about your travel. Now, for the first time, The Identity Project makes it easy for you to request the unclassified parts of the dossier that the DHS has complied on you.

Arrested For Reading The Constitution

Only pro-war groups are allowed freedom of speech in police state Amerika as cops kidnap people who recite the very document they swore an oath to protect and uphold.

Peaceful onlookers were arrested by police for reading the Constitution while a pro-war group was allowed full freedom of speech in Washington DC recently in another flagrant example of how American cops are now the enforcers of a tyrannical police state.

Unflipping believable.

NY Police Report Bomb to Frame Activist as Terrorist

This Is Your Disaster Plan...

737 U.S. Military Bases = Global Empire

Pentagon's New Africa Command "Up And Running"

Late September, the Senate approved for AFRICOM's inaugural chief, Army Gen. William "Kip" Ward, and now the Pentagon confirms the command has reached "initial operating capacity."

"I see the establishment of AFRICOM as a wonderful opportunity to efficiently and effectively apply the elements of U.S. national power in ways that help the Africans develop and implement their solutions to African concerns," Ward said.

When it comes to national resources to exploit, Africa is the "new Middle East", and it's the resources this country wants.

Hostile Takeover - The Corporate Control Of Society And Human Life

Bush Clears the Way for Corporate Domination

Les États-Unis tissent la toile d’une OTAN planétaire

Alliance atlantique . Washington veut imposer un dispositif militaire accompagnant la mondialisation libérale. Michèle Alliot-Marie leur envoie l’Europe de la défense à la rescousse.

Air Force chief: Test weapons on testy U.S. mobs

"Nuke" Americans First

All Roads Lead to Dick Cheney

Most people know that Vice President Dick Cheney is former CEO of Halliburton, which makes billions of dollars a year from oil and primarily defense-related construction contracts (and that war and chaos increase Halliburton's profits, which in turn increase the value of Cheney's stock options). Most people also know that Cheney was secretary of Defense under George H. W. Bush.

Many people know that Cheney was a congressman from Wyoming. Some even know that he was one of the founders of the Project for a New American Century.

Well-read people know that the Project for a New American Century, in turn, called for a new American empire well before 9/11, and lamented that, without a "catastrophic and catalyzing event — like a new Pearl Harbor", transformation of America into an empire would be very slow.

But even well-informed people probably don't know that -- in the 70's -- Cheney was instrumental in generating fake intelligence exaggerating the Soviet threat in order to undermine coexistence between the U.S. and Soviet Union, which conveniently justified huge amounts of cold war spending. See also this article. This scheme foreshadowed Mr. Cheney's role in generating fake intelligence about Iraq by 30 years.

And did you know that Cheney has been perhaps the leading advocate for strengthening the powers of the White House to the point of monarchy for at least 20 years?

Or that newly-released documents show that Cheney was involved in debates concerning illegal wiretaps 30 years ago?

Did you catch that the former director of the CIA accused Cheney of overseeing American torture policies ? Or that Colin Powell's former chief of staff stated that Dick Cheney is guilty of war crimes for his role in facilitating torture?

And, according to to the Pulitzer prize-winning reporter who uncovered the Iraq prison torture scandal and the massacre against Vietnamese civilians, Cheney is the main guy helping to fund groups which the U.S. claims are terrorists.

And guess who is the prime architect of efforts to bomb Iran? Yup, Mr. Cheney (see also this article).

To recap, Cheney's past includes:

• Oil

• Defense

• Faking intelligence and using scare tactics about enemies to justify a pre-planned military agenda

• Lobbying to give the president the powers of the king

• Calling for an American empire and lamenting the lack of a "new Pearl Harbor"

• Police state type wiretapping

• Selling war

• Promoting torture

• Funding Al-Qaeda

Did all of these aspects of Mr. Cheney's background converge in the Iraq debacle? Well, a top official at the State Department stated there was a secret "cabal" involving Cheney, and that Cheney and a handful of others had hijacked the country's foreign policy.

Did they converge on 9/11?

This last question is not merely academic: vice President Cheney was apparently in charge of ALL 5 of the war games which occurred on 9/11 and coordinated the government's "response" to the attacks. See this CNN article; and this essay.

And Cheney is the one who monitored flight 77 for many miles as it approached the Pentagon and -- when a military man asked "do the orders still stand?" -- Cheney responded affirmatively:

"The plane is 50 miles out. The plane is 30 miles out." And when it got down to, "The plane is 10 miles out," the young man also said to the vice president, "Do the orders still stand?" And the vice president turned and whipped his neck around and said, "Of course the orders still stand. Have you heard anything to the contrary?"

Watch the video for yourself (and see this essay).

Mr. Cheney's motive concerning 9/11 was strong. As a well-known writer said:

"For his entire career, he sought untrammeled power. The Bush presidency and 9/11 finally gave it to him . . ."

Postscript: For the sake of brevity, I have left out numerous additional acts committed by Mr. Cheney. For example, you may have heard that the Energy Task Force chaired by Cheney prior to 9/11 collected maps of Iraqi oil fields and potential suitors for that oil. But did you know that a secret document written by the National Security Council on February 3, 2001 directed the N.S.C. staff to cooperate fully with the Energy Task Force as it considered the “melding” of two seemingly unrelated areas of policy: “the review of operational policies towards rogue states,” such as Iraq, and “actions regarding the capture of new and existing oil and gas fields”? In other words, it is difficult to brush off Cheney's Energy Task Force's examination of Iraqi oil maps as a harmless comparison of American energy policy with known oil reserves because the N.S.C. explicitly linked the Task Force, oil, and regime change. Indeed, a former senior director for Russian, Ukrainian, and Eurasian affairs at the N.S.C. said “if this little group was discussing geostrategic plans for oil, it puts the issue of war in the context of the captains of the oil industry sitting down with Cheney and laying grand, global plans” (see also this essay).

Of course, Cheney has not acted alone in his actions. But he's been an important player in many different arenas and is, perhaps, the most widely-known figure who has had a hand in all of the above-described events. Cheney might not be the ultimate Mr. Big in these crimes, but he appears to have gotten his hands dirtier -- and to be closer to the true seat of power -- even than Mr. Bush.

In addition, while Cheney was not solely responsible for the above-listed actions, he hired many of the people who caused the mischief, such as the chief architect of the Iraq war -
Paul Wolfowitz.

Vice President Cheney and The Fight Over "Inherent" Presidential Powers: His Attempt to Swing the Pendulum Back Began Long Before 9/11

No man is above the law - except Cheney

First Time Released Documents Expose Subservient Congress

Congress to Send Critics to Jail

Cousin of White House Chief of Staff Tells How Illegally Jailed by Bush administration

Academia Signs Up for Tracking Down Dissent

Top 10 Signs of the Impending U.S. Police State



NOTE: Some of these symptoms are found in non-fascist countries where they should be treated as serious warning signs. On the other hand, fascist states - unlike democratic nations - have many, if not all, of these symptoms.

Your president asserts the right to ignore part or all of laws passed by the national legislature.

Massive warrantless searches

Your president and other officials regularly lie to you

Fraudulent election counts

Government monitoring of letters, emails, phone calls and checking accounts

Secret courts

A government subservient to the interests of the country's largest corporations.

Use of torture on prisoners

Courts that support presidential use of unconstitutional powers

Massive spying on citizens, especially those involved in political dissent

A government that uses words like democracy, freedom and peace while engaging in acts dramatically at odds with such words

Government agencies or officials declaring themselves exempt from portions of the law or constitution

Creation of watchlists, no-fly lists and similar exclusionary documents

National ID cards

Growing number of citizens incarcerated for a growing number of offenses

Massive use of cameras to spy on citizens

A media supportive of, or obsequious towards, the government in covering its police state activities

Security bubble around government leaders' public appearances including preselected audiences and limit on proximity of protests

Disarming of citizenry

Dissent characterized as disloyal by government and its supporting media

Increasing government control over private behavior

Lack of legal recourse to stop illegal government actions

Prison without trial and arrests without charges

It is difficult to borrow books from libraries pertaining to controversial subjects such as, communism,socialism,and, fascism.

Transfer of powers from legislatures to executive

Assassinations of popular public figures

Expansion of prisons and laws that lead people to prisons

President claims right to make war whenever he wants

Words misused to mean their opposite: i.e. peace for war, democracy for fascism

The president sets himself up as the sole moral authority for the entire country, using his personal beliefs as the basis on which to declare what is 'good' and what is 'evil.'

Federal takeover of functions formerly considered essential state or local responsibilities such as state militias and public education

Creation of a mercenary military force used for foreign and domestic purposes

Do you believe President Bush's actions justify impeachment?

Nearly 90% of respondents (half a million so far) think the President should be removed from office.

Congress does nothing.

It is time to impeach the whole government.

Do you believe President Bush's actions justify impeachment? * 557533 responsesYes, between the secret spying, the deceptions leading to war and more, there is plenty to justify putting him on trial.
89% No, like any president, he has made a few missteps, but nothing approaching "high crimes and misdemeanors."
4.2% No, the man has done absolutely nothing wrong. Impeachment would just be a political lynching.
5.1% I don't know.

Not a scientific survey. Click to learn more. Results may not total 100% due to rounding.

Fla. customs workers report falsifying data

Six customs inspectors have told federal officials that superiors instructed them to enter false data indicating airline passengers had been stopped and inspected for plant and animal contraband.

Just don't fly any more, either domestically or internationally, period, end of discussion!

Only when the airlines and hospitality industry are hurting to the point of bankruptcy will people in congress possibly listen to the reality that the so-called "inspections" do nothing to really keep us safe; this is truly all for show.

New Bush prosecutorial theory in Padilla allows preventive detention on vague evidence

Indeed, the strongest piece of evidence in Mr. Padilla’s case was what prosecutors said was an application form Mr. Padilla filled out to attend a training camp run by Al Qaeda in Afghanistan in 2000.

An 'Application Form'?????????????

The Move To Label All Civil Disobedience "Terrorism"

US could prosecute reporters for leaks: Gonzales

The federal government appears to have the authority to prosecute journalists or newspapers for publishing classified information, U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said on Sunday.

"There are some statutes on the book which, if you read the language carefully, would seem to indicate that that is a possibility," Gonzales said told ABC's "This Week," when asked if the government could prosecute journalists for publishing classified information.

And the millions of surveilled individuals have connections with Al Qaeda? Please: this is not about security: it's about being terrified of your own citizens.

And 'shooting the messengers' is not going to help matters either. How about this Administration not breaking the law in the first place? Now that would be a novel approach.

CBS 2 Reporter Files Complaint After Scuffle

CBS 2 Political Editor Mike Flannery has filed a complaint after he was shoved and sent down a flight of stairs while questioning a congressman Friday, knocking him into a woman who also fell.

This the level of contempt politicians and their minions feel - translated into physical violence - toward anyone with the gonads to ask a legitimate question at a press conference.

Gang of Off-Duty Police Assault Cameraman

The cameraman, Aaron Dykes, was filming a 9/11 Truth group that was passing through the street en route to Fox Studios only a few blocks away. Off duty police officers and other members of their group began shouting "a**holes" at the 9/11 truth group when one of the officers told the cameraman to "stop filming" and warned "I wouldn't walk this way," referring to the sidewalk he was blocking off.

The phrase "brown shirts" keeps running through my mind as I read this.

Arrested For Reading the Constitution

WTF?! Court rules school officials acted properly in forcing 13-year-old to disrobe and expose her breasts and pubic area

Safford Middle School officials did not violate the civil rights of a 13-year-old Safford girl when they forced her to disrobe and expose her breasts and pubic area four years ago while looking for a drug, according to the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling.

What drug were they looking for that justiofied stripping the girl?









They were searching for ibuprofen. Headache pills!

And, it appears they did not find them.

Reading the Constitution? That makes you a TERROR SUSPECT!

From Hobbes To Your Cell: Hail The Surveillance State


No jobs for US citizens without Homeland Security approval

US citizens who apply for a job will need prior approval from Department of Homeland Security under the terms immigration bill passed by the Senate this week.

American Civil Liberties Union pointed out that the DHS's Employment Eligibility Verification System. (EEVS) is error plagued and if the department makes a mistake in determining work eligibility, there will be virtually no way to challenge the error or recover lost wages due to the bill’s prohibitions on judicial review.

Even current employees will need to obtain eligibility approval from the DHS Within 60 days of the Immigration Reform Act of 2006 becoming law.

Unflipping believable.

Rev.Lennox Yearwood attacked, arrested, and hospitalized

Welcome to the true state of of the democratic process in this country.

When the powers that be are so terrified of We the People that they break a minister's leg because he might have - and express - a legitimate disagreement in a public hearing, we are no longer the "Land of the Free": we're the land of the cowed and fearful.

Oak Park School Bans Hugging

Anti-War Protest Group Fined $10,000

The anti-war activist group Act Now to Stop War and End Racism (ANSWER) faces a $10,000 fine from the city of Washington if it fails to remove thousands of fliers it has posted to advertise a September anti-war march.

"They have told us that we have 72 hours to remove every poster, or the fines will go into effect," the group said in a statement Tuesday. The ANSWER Coalition faces $10,000 in fines if it fails to remove posters advertising a September 15 anti-war march in Washington, DC. "Tens of thousands of dollars in additional fines are expected in the coming days."

Apparently, the First Amendment to the Constitution has been assasinated by this "drive-by administration", and no one really seems to have noticed.

Police break up anti-war meeting in Washington

Mounted police charged in to break up an outdoor press conference and demonstration against the Iraq war in Washington on Thursday, arresting three people, organizers and an AFP reporter said.

The charge caused a peaceful crowd of some 20 journalists and four or five protestors to scatter in terror, an AFP correspondent at the event in Lafayette Square said. No one appeared to have been hurt.

Now let me get his straight: the DC police thought it both necessary and appropriate to charge about 25 people, peaceably assembled....on horseback?????

Forgive me, but the words "excessive force" really leap readily to mind here.

The Empire Turns Its Guns on the Citizenry

In recent years American police forces have called out SWAT teams 40,000 or more times annually. Last year did you read in your newspaper or hear on TV news of 110 hostage or terrorist events each day? No. What then were the SWAT teams doing? They were serving routine warrants to people who posed no danger to the police or to the public.

New Pentagon detainee manual could lead to executions based on 'hearsay evidence'

"We have learned that the pentagon has just completed a manual for the coming detainee trials that would allow suspected terrorist to be imprisoned or executed using hearsay evidence or coerced testimony," said Nora O'Donnell, the chief Washington correspondent for NBC News' 24-hour cable news network.

This government doesn't want any of the remaining detainees to get out, because id doesn't want the world to know that they were sold for reward money, subsequently kidnapped and tortured for being at the absolutely wrong place at the wrong time.

Better to murder them than have the US embarrassed.

'NY Post': Those Who Oppose 'Surge' in Congress Are Guilty of 'Treason'

"Of course the people don't want war. But after all, it's the leaders of the country who determine the policy, and it's always a simple matter to drag the people along whether it's a democracy, a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship. Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism, and exposing the country to greater danger." -- Reichmarschall Hermann Goering - M. R.

U.S. Congressman calls for war critics to be hung

NYPD Officers To Be Given Extra Money for Being More "Aggressive"

One has to wonder, in how many police departments across this country, is this kind of behavior becoming a mandate: more broken limbs, more people pepper sprayed at demonstrations, and more deaths to prove just how "butch" that particular police department is.

FBI conducts political interrogations of antiwar activists

Another Enemy of the People?

Padilla Update: Bush has been Torturing American Citizens since 2002

1 Man Still Locked Up From 9/11 Sweeps

In a jail cell at an immigration detention center in Arizona sits a man who is not charged with a crime, not suspected of a crime, not considered a danger to society.

But he has been in custody for five years.

His name is Ali Partovi. And according to the Department of Homeland Security, he is the last to be held of about 1,200 Arab and Muslim men swept up by authorities in the United States after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.

Meanwhile ...

"Evidence linking these Israelis to 9/11 is classified. I cannot tell you about evidence that has been gathered. It's classified information." -- US official quoted in Carl Cameron's Fox News report on the Israeli spy ring and its connections to 9-11.

Soon You'll Have To Ask Permission Before You Fly

The TSA wants commercial airlines to submit passenger information through a single DHS portal for both the Secure Flight and APIS programs.

What this amounts to is essentially a reprise of the infamous "internal passport" system in effect in the former Soviet Union. In 1933, Soviet dictator Josef Stalin introduced "internal passports" that prohibited Soviet citizens from leaving their place of residence without permission.

Air passengers face more delay as US plans fingerprinting

To all those in the world even thinking about traveling to the US anytime soon, just PLEASE DON'T!

Video conference if you're doing business, and get a low cost computer camera if you want to communicate with a friend or family member.

Only by making it as painful as possible for all the companies who profit from all aspects of the travel and hospitality business can we finally get some movement in Washington toward making travel endurable again.

If congress and the administration were really interested in that, they would secure the Mexican border completely.

Read Your Own DHS Travel Dossier

Oppressive police action is on the rise

... by design?


Is this trend the start of the government terrorizing its own people into silent obedience?

Chicago's finest under fire for brutality

"[The officer] took me in the bathroom, locked the door, had me unfasten my bra, then he had me shake my bra, he had me pull my pants down stick my hand in my panties and do like this while he looked on," Bond said.

The police are starting to treat Americans the way the Army treats Iraqis.

Handcuffed man dies in custody of police

N.C. man charged with 'coughing' assault

Florida: City to Seize Homes Over a $5 Parking Ticket

Brooksville, Florida proposes to foreclose homes and seize cars over less than $20 in parking tickets.

Any motorist who believes a parking ticket may have been improperly issued must first pay a $250 "appeal fee" within seven days to have the case heard by a contract employee of the city. This employee will determine whether the city should keep the appeal fee, plus the cost of the ticket and late fees, or find the motorist not guilty. Council members postponed a decision on whether to reduce this appeal fee until final adoption of the measure which is expected in the first week of April.

The last official act of any corrupt government is to loot the public.

It will be interesting to see who winds up with those forclosed houses and seized vehicles if this goes forward.

1,000 Attempt Citizen's Arrest of Bush at UN; Blocked by Police, 10 to 12 Arrests

Chicago police investigated for torture. Again

Videotapes of angry officers savagely beating civilians and charges that a murder plot was hatched within an elite special operations unit have Chicago's troubled police department reeling again.

The real terrorists walk among us, and wear badges and uniforms.

FLA Police To Carry Sub-Machine Guns

You can't make this stuff up

A Marshalltown woman faces charges of stealing three rolls of toilet paper from the local courthouse and could get prison time.

Video recording leads to felony charge

Video-taping the police now a violation of "wiretapping" laws?

Man charged after videotaping police

Reporter Arrested on Orders of Giuliani Press Secretary

Freelance reporter Matt Lepacek, reporting for Infowars.com, was arrested for asking a question to one of Giuliani's staff members in a press conference. The press secretary identified the New York based reporter as having previously asked Giuliani about his prior knowledge of WTC building collapses and ordered New Hampshire state police to arrest him.

I didn't realize Press Secretaries had arrest powers!

On a more serious note, how a candidate handles his campaign is usually a strong indicator of how they will handle their office if they win. If Giuliani believes in arresting reporters to evade embarrassing questions now, he will continue to do so if he becomes President.

Thirty nine people said to have 'disappeared' in US custody

CIA 'disappeared' seven-year-old children

students have no constitutional rights in RI

Secret Service questions Grade 9 girl over Bush threats

Loud party results in trip to jail

She went straight from a birthday party to a jail cell. A Bradenton woman was arrested after police say the music was too loud at the party she was hosting. She's the first person to be arrested under Bradenton's new revised noise ordinace.

Secrecy in court shuts out defense

SC Republican Councilman Calls for the Sterilization of Parents with Bad Kids

Cities set limits on serving food to homeless people

Cities are cracking down on charities that feed the homeless, adopting rules that restrict food giveaways to certain locations, require charities to get permits or limit the number of free meals they can provide.

Another "lovely" American trend: the criminalization of homelessness.

13-Year-Old Arrested In School For Writing On Desk

Two kicked out of Bush event win court order

Two people ejected from a speech by President Bush in Denver in 2005, allegedly because of an anti-war bumper sticker on a car they drove to the event, won a court order Monday they hope will uncover who gave the order to kick them out.

These two were ousted for an anit-war bumper sticker?

How much more obvious can it be that this administration has a 'zero-tolerance' attitude toward free speech, and the Constitution itself?

Police Prepared To Arrest 3,000 At '08 RNC

The Ramsey County sheriff has prepared a $4.4 million budget for security during the 2008 Republican National Convention, with a plan to handle the arrests of as many as 3,000 protesters.

Sheriff Bob Fletcher's proposal includes money for a possible open-air, fenced detention facility next to the county workhouse, riot equipment and Tasers, and $1.7 million for officers' overtime.

Talk about your "quota" for arrests!

From Local Police to Occupying Army, or LESO: The Greater of Many Evils

They're armored personnel carriers supplied to “local” police agencies for little or no cost through the Pentagon's Law Enforcement Support Office (LESO), established in 1995 as part of the Defense Logistics Agency.

Since that time, the LESO has made huge amounts of military hardware – from boots to helmets to ammo to helicopters and the “Peacekeeper” APCs – available to local and state police agencies, often at little or no cost.

In short, the government is arming itself against the people, in preparation for violent repressions of those uppity taxpayers who think Congress ought to pay more attention to Americans than to some foreign government's agenda.

Botched Paramilitary Police Raids

An Epidemic of "Isolated Incidents"

"If a widespread pattern of [knock-and-announce] violations were shown . . . there would be reason for grave concern."

—Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, in Hudson v. Michigan, June 15, 2006.

An interactive map of botched SWAT and paramilitary police raids, released in conjunction with the Cato policy paper "Overkill: The Rise of Paramilitary Police Raids," by Radley Balko.

What does this map mean?

The proliferation of SWAT teams, police militarization, and the Drug War have given rise to a dramatic increase in the number of "no-knock" or "quick-knock" raids on suspected drug offenders. Because these raids are often conducted based on tips from notoriously unreliable confidential informants, police sometimes conduct SWAT-style raids on the wrong home, or on the homes of nonviolent, misdemeanor drug users. Such highly-volatile, overly confrontational tactics are bad enough when no one is hurt -- it's difficult to imagine the terror an innocent suspect or family faces when a SWAT team mistakenly breaks down their door in the middle of the night.

Suit alleges police did strip searches in public

Federal Approval To Travel WITHIN The US Soon?

Beginning in February 2008, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will implement their ¨Advance Passenger Information System (APIS),¨ the gist of which is that you will need permission from the United States Government to travel on any air or sea vessel that goes to, from or through the U.S. The travel companies will not be able to issue a boarding pass until you are cleared by DHS. This applies to ALL passengers, US citizens and visitors alike. And how do you get said permission to travel? That´s for your government to know and you to never find out.

Your papers, please?

We're All Prisoners, Now: US Citizens to be Required ''Clearance'' to Leave USA

L'administration Bush se sert de la liste noire des "interdits de vol" pour harceler et punir ses opposants.

Plus de 100 000 citoyens états-uniens sont de facto interdits de voyage car ils figurent sur la liste des personnes "watch" (à surveiller) et "no fly" (interdit de vol). Cette liste, qui incluait au départ des personnes soupçonnées d'être en contact avec des organisations terroristes ou bien posant un risque de sécurité pour les autres passagers aériens (par exemple parce qu'ils ont été ivres et violents à bord), a été détournée par l'équipe de la Maison Blanche pour harceler des opposants politiques.


The freedom to travel of more than 100,000 Americans placed on “watch” and “no fly” lists is being restricted by the Bush-Cheney regime.

“Making it more difficult for people out of favor with the state to travel back and forth across borders is a classic part of the fascist playbook,” Wolf says. She noticed starting in 2002 that “almost every time I sought to board a domestic airline flight, I was called aside by the Transportation Security Administration(TSA) and given a more thorough search.”

During one preboarding search, a TSA agent told her “You’re on the list” and Wolf learned it is not a list of suspected terrorists but of journalists, academics, activists, and politicians “who have criticized the White House.”

We have come to the end of the era of the Constitution and Bill of Rights in this country.

What is supplanting these guarantees should be frightening to anyone with the intellectual honesty to realize what has happened.

U.S. rates travelers for terror risk

U.S. Airport Screeners Are Watching What You Read

Homeland Security Tightens Grip on International Travel

Phoenix Airport to Test X-Ray Screening

Okay, so the airport workers can see you naked, but the clothing optional beaches are still illegal?

Welcome to America. Now Get Your Hands Up

I An Iron Curtain is Descending: And Most Americans Don't Know

Federal Appeals Court: Driving With Money is a Crime

A federal appeals court ruled yesterday that if a motorist is carrying large sums of money, it is automatically subject to confiscation. In the case entitled, "United States of America v. $124,700 in U.S. Currency," the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit took that amount of cash away from Emiliano Gomez Gonzolez, a man with a "lack of significant criminal history" neither accused nor convicted of any crime.

This is becoming a common story. A few years back I had a friend who owned a garden supply store, and he was on his way to a grower's trade show with cash to purchase new stock when the police confiscated the cash. Since objects do not enjoy the presumption of innocence, the only way to get his money back was to go to court to prove he had not come by it via criminal actions. Without the new stock and without the cash to purchase any, he went out of business waiting for a court date. Meanwhile, the police used his cash to purchase whatever they wanted.

Documents Reveal: Cops Planted Pot on 92-Year Old Woman They Killed in Botched Drug Raid

Police admit planting evidence

Cop Pepper Sprays, Punches, Nearly Breaks Girl's Arm During Curfew Arrest

Another shocking example of police brutality has been caught on camera showing a cop nearly breaking a girl's arm, punching her and then pepper spraying her in the face as she cries after being arrested for violating a city curfew.


No bond for accused teen

A 16 year-old girl will be held in jail WITHOUT BOND, for handing out politically incorrect fliers.

The issue isn't whether or not you agree with the content of the fliers (for the record, I do NOT) but the First Amendment right to freedom of speech and ideas, which is under attack via the so-called "hate crime" laws.

It is easy to support freedom of speech when the speaker says something you agree with. But the true test of your commitment to principles is when the speaker says something you absolutely do not like. Then and only then do we see who are real Americans, and who support tyranny.

Right or wrong, this young girl should have the freedom to voice her opinion. Under that same principle, those who do not agree with her have the same right to voice their contradiction. Out of that debate arrives consensus.

But when certain topics are declared illegal to speak about or think about, we are on the road to the thought police, because it won't be just about the gays next time.

Iranian-American Student Abused By UCLA UCPD with Tazer Gun

Police ignore attacks on anti-Bush protesters

I put this under dictatorship because we used to see the same thing happen during Vietnam. The police turned a blind eye to attacks on peace marchers. Later, during the COINTELPRO hearings, it was revealed that the attackers were undercover police and FBI.

Vicious Attacks on Anti-Bush Demonstrators in Portland

FBI to restrict student freedoms

US university students will not be able to work late at the campus, travel abroad, show interest in their colleagues' work, have friends outside the United States, engage in independent research, or make extra money without the prior consent of the authorities, according to a set of guidelines given to administrators by the FBI.

Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to monitor their colleagues for signs of suspicious behaviour and report any concerns to the FBI or the military.

How much more pathetically old Soviet union are these folks capable of getting?

Spying on your colleagues?

This is unflipping believeable.

When George W. Bush Had Alex Jones Arrested For Asking A Question


Including the one being lobbied for by the Israeli spies at the ADL and the Israeli spies at AIPAC.

US free speech row grows as author says Jewish complaints stopped launch party

A party in honour of Bad Faith, Callil's account of Louis Darquier, the Vichy official who arranged the deportation of thousands of Jews, was to have taken place at the French embassy in New York last night but was cancelled after the embassy became aware of a paragraph in the postscript of the book. In the postscript Callil says she grew anxious while researching the "helpless terror of the Jews of France" to see "what the Jews of Israel were passing on to the Palestinian people. Like the rest of humanity, the Jews of Israel 'forget' the Palestinians. Everyone forgets."

Apparently, the author was unaware that anything remotely critical of Israel cannot even be whispered in the United States, particularly if it is a comparison which may be uncomfortably true.

The First Amendment to the Constitution has been superceeded by 'agreement' on what can and cannot be said about Israel in this country.

WaPo: Private Security Guards given Police Powers ?!

Walter Reed patients told to keep quiet

Soldiers at Walter Reed Army Medical Center’s Medical Hold Unit say they have been told they will wake up at 6 a.m. every morning and have their rooms ready for inspection at 7 a.m., and that they must not speak to the media.

“Some soldiers believe this is a form of punishment for the trouble soldiers caused by talking to the media,” one Medical Hold Unit soldier said, speaking on the condition of anonymity.

So, our wounded vets get punished for telling the truth?

Unflipping believable.

Police are using armored vehicles - Yahoo! News

After six people were shot in the city's Homewood neighborhood in less than 24 hours, Pittsburgh police rolled in with a 20-ton armored truck with a blast-resistant body, armored rotating roof hatch and gunports.

No guns or drugs were seized and no arrests made during the sweep in the $250,000 armored vehicle, paid for with Homeland Security money. But the show of force sent a message.<>Whether it was the right message is a matter of debate.

So much for "to protect and serve", emblazoned on the doors of many police vehicles around the country.

Very rarely, regardless of the propaganda coming from the cop shows on TV to the contrary, can police prevent crime: they can only come and clean up the mess after the mess has happened.

And there's one other aspect to these purchases: armored vehicles are just dandy for enforcing martial law.

Police powers ruling likely will hinge on Alito's vote

Rhode Island police seek open access to Internet, phone records

Big Brother To Decide If You Drive

245 million Americans to be forced to undergo "guilty until proven innocent" breathalyzer tests just to start their cars if plan proceeds

Government Uses New 'CyberBug' Aircraft

Total Information Lives Again

U.S. to Expand Domestic Use Of Spy Satellites

The Times and USA Today have Missed the Bigger Story -- Again

The Newbie's Guide to Detecting the NSA

The Snooping Goes Beyond Phone Calls

Who's buying cell phone records online? Cops

Your mobile phone lets companies and the government know where you are, even when you're not making a call.

U.S. near the bottom in privacy study

Offensive Counterspace and US Military Superiority above the Skies: ."Parasitic" Weapon Eyed for Space

Eyes in the sky

“It may morph into things that will really terrify you if you understand….”

Concerns Raised on Wider Spying Under New Law

The government can now enter your home or business without a warrant and go through your records at will, so long as they claim that the search is link to a target in another country.

Back when Nixon had his boys entering places of business and going through records without a warrant it was illegal, and he had to resign because of it.

Now it is the law.

New Spy Law Broader Than Thought

Before the Democratic-controlled Congress caved in on George W. Bush’s warrantless-wiretapping powers, White House lawyers slipped in two provisions to give the President even more authority – and less accountability – than he claimed on his own. And the U.S. press corps largely missed that part of the story.

NSA has collected 'tens of millions' of phone records

NSA Domestic Spying Program Also Developing Database of All Phone Calls Made in the US

Bush seeks immunity for companies in spy case

The Bush administration wants the power to grant legal immunity to telecommunications companies that are slapped with privacy suits for cooperating with the White House’s controversial warrantless eavesdropping program.

Bush Administration Says Warrantless Eavesdropping Cannot Be Questioned

The Bush administration said Monday the constitutionality of its warrantless electronic eavesdropping program cannot be challenged.

The government is taking that position in seeking the dismissal of federal court lawsuits against the government and AT&T over its alleged involvement in the once-secret surveillance program adopted after the Sept. 11 terror attacks. The strategy was first recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court in a McCarthy-era lawsuit. It has been increasingly invoked in a bid to shield the government from legal scrutiny.

FBI Translating Over 1,000 Wiretap Conversations a Day

FBI turns to broad new wiretap method

What they're doing is even worse than Carnivore," said Kevin Bankston, a staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation who attended the Stanford event. "What they're doing is intercepting everyone and then choosing their targets."

"Choosing?" As in choosing NOT to investigate the one man actually caught entering the storage area where the anthrax used in the letters was kept without authorization and after being fired over a racially-motivated attack on an Egyptian co-worker? That kind of choosing?


"[Your information is] too precise, too complete to be believed. The questionnaire plus the other information you brought spell out in detail exactly where, when, how, and by whom we are to be attacked. If anything, it sounds like a trap."

FBI response to the top British spy, Dusko Popov (code named "Tricycle") on August 10, 1941, dismissing Popov's report of the complete Japanese plan for the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Pearl Harbor: The Verdict Of History by Gordon Prange, appendix 7 published in 1986. Based on records from the JOINT CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack, Nov 15, 1945 to May 31, 1946.

Fresno Police Department Has Begun Major Surveillance Project

Crashing the Wiretapper's Ball

New Presidential Memorandum Permits Intelligence Director To Authorize Telcos To Lie Without Violating Securities Law

Telecoms Launch Secret Lobbying Campaign For Immunity On Illegal Spying

The nation’s biggest telecommunications companies, working closely with the White House, have mounted a secretive lobbying campaign to get Congress to quickly approve a measure wiping out all private lawsuits against them for assisting the U.S. intelligence community’s warrantless surveillance programs.

Fascism is defined as corporations and government working together against the people.

Looks like we are there!

AT&T's Secret NSA Room

The Justice Department contends that the whole enterprise is a state secret, and that both the class action and a related suit -- filed by an al-Qaeda-affiliated Islamic charity that says it has proof of being wiretapped -- need to be accordingly dismissed.

AT&T's Secret NSA Room

AT&T Whistle-Blower's Evidence

So where is the secret room? Well, it just so happens to be room number 641 A at 611 Folsom Street in San Francisco, California. And just what is in this room? Well, a lot of stuff, but mainly a NARUS STA 6400 machine which is spying on the internet.

NARUS, which makes the internet spy system, is owned and operated by an Israeli, Ori Cohen. In this, NARUS is like AMDOCS and Comverse Infosys, Israel-linked companies that track US phone calls for billing and install eavesdropping equipment on US telephones respectively. Both AMDOCS and Comverse were involved with the Israeli spy ring which was being rounded up when 9-11 occurred as reported by FOX News' Carl Cameron. http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/spyring.html

FBI Confirms Contracts with AT&T, Verizon and MCI

Bush asks Congress to alter 1978 eavesdropping law

Bush asks Congress to loosen surveillance rules

Bush spy rules OK'd

Cheney Urged Wiretaps

Spy scandal dogs tech giant

Big Brother to citizens: Trust me

Appeals Court Sides With White House on Wiretaps

Bush says feds can open mail without warrant

Domestic surveillance activities now subject to FISC supervision: Gonzales

While maintaining the legality of the NSA domestic surveillance program [JURIST report], Gonzales said the President will not reauthorize the program when its current authorization expires, and will instead submit all surveillance requests through the FISC.

The FISC has rarely if ever refused such a request. It is a rubber-stamp court operating outside Constitutional limits, used to legitimize illegitimate activity by the government.

More Spying Revealed: American Government is Out of Control!

It is clear that the NSA's domestic spying program, a program that should not legally exist, is far larger than originally anticipated. USA Today reported that, in order to develop this program, the government agency used private phone records provided by three major companies, AT&T Inc., Verizon Communications Inc., and Bellsouth Corp.

Anyone who assumes the government is not able and willing to listen in on any phone call they want any time they want is in denial

New CIA director Hayden plans massive expansion of spying on Americans

Software Being Developed to Monitor Opinions of U.S.

A consortium of major universities, using Homeland Security Department money, is developing software that would let the government monitor negative opinions of the United States or its leaders in newspapers and other publications overseas.

Researchers at institutions including Cornell, the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Utah intend to test the system on hundreds of articles published in 2001 and 2002 on topics like President Bush’s use of the term “axis of evil,” the handling of detainees at Guantánamo Bay, the debate over global warming and the coup attempt against President Hugo Chávez of Venezuela.

It could take several years for such a monitoring system to be in place, said Joe Kielman, coordinator of the research effort. The monitoring would not extend to United States news, Mr. Kielman said.

And how does the government define 'negative opinions'?

Perhaps, most clearly, as telling the honest truth about a situation? Please remember: in the voluminous regulations of the FCC, there is no regulation that requires any 'news outlet' to report the truth.

And despite Joe Kielman's assurances, you can bet that this monitoring system will be in place in the US (particularly for on-line resources) in a very hot hurry.

Companies snoop on employee e-mails: study

Patriot Act e-mail spying approve

Specter 'compromise' gives Bush amnesty for wiretaps

Sen. Arlen Specter's approach modifies his earlier position that the NSA eavesdropping program, which targets international telephone calls and e-mails in which one party is suspected of links to terrorists, must be subject to supervision by the secret court set up under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).

Another part of the Specter bill would grant blanket amnesty to anyone who authorized warrantless surveillance under presidential authority, a provision that seems to ensure that no one would be held criminally liable if the current program is found illegal under present law.

No oversight, no rules - how wonderful. With this proposal, very much like the old 'Code Napoleon' in Europe, every citizen is now guilty until proven innocent, and no one, in the executive branch of government, can be held accountable for their actions. Did I fall asleep and wake up in the wrong country this morning?

Feds test new data mining program

Called ADVISE — for Analysis, Dissemination, Visualization, Insight and Semantic Enhancement — the program is capable of linking and cross-matching material from websites and blogs to government records and personal data.

Privacy activists are correct to be concerned that this is a major invasion into personal lives. and there is always the potential that the US GOvernment will want to use this system not to stop terrorists but simply to scare ordinary citizens into staying silent about what is going on.

But on a purely technical level, and looking at how inaccurate most existing government databases are, I suspect that the sheer flood of false-positives coming out of this system will render it totally unreliable and in the end it will be yet another fabulously expensive government boondoggle.

Complaint filed in 32 countries against U.S. bank data mining

Spy Agency Watching Americans From Space

How Zionists Spy On American Citizens Around The Clock

U.S. Martial Law Timeline

Bush Moves Toward Martial Law

Economic Collapse As Precursor To Open Plan For Martial Law?

Freaky News Report About Clergy Used In US Martial Law



So, let’s get this straight. 1) In 1933, America WAS declared into a state of emergency, which has never been rescinded. We ARE PRESENTLY in a declared state of emergency (and have been for nearly 75 years), 2) multiple paramilitary systems have been raised, readied, operating, and practicing – beginning in 1974, and 3) the president of the united States need only sign a piece of paper to END the constitutional government of the united States.

Secret FEMA Plan To Use Pastors as Pacifiers in Preparation For Martial Law

Army moves forward with court martial of Lt. Ehren Watada

Political charges of “contempt towards the president” dropped, four years prison still possible for political speech critical of Iraq War.

Sooooo, lemme get this straight. Lt. Watada is to be tried for being critical of the war in Iraq, an opinion shared by the majority of the voters and the new Congress?


A US military judge ruled Tuesday that 1st Lt. Ehren Watada [advocacy website; JURIST news archive], a US Army officer who refused deployment to Iraq [JURIST report] because he felt the war is 'unlawful,' cannot argue that point in his upcoming court-martial. Lt. Col. John Head further ruled that Watada may not raise a free speech defense, as soldiers do not enjoy the same constitutional rights as civilians.

In other words, when you join the military to defend the Constitution, you are no longer to benefit from its provisions and protections. For all intents and purposes you lose your citizenship.

Of course, I understand why the military judge is taking this position, and for the same reason judges will never honestly rule on the tax codes (with the sole exception of judge James C Fox); to rule honestly according to the law means the end of the good times. No more war, no more war money.

Well, all you readers wearing the uniform, sorry to say but apparently you are not Americans any more. The Bill of Rights does not apply to you. So go out there and get killed to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution against all enemies both foreign and domestic.

Federal ID plan raises privacy concerns

Americans may need passports to board domestic flights or to picnic in a national park next year if they live in one of the states defying the federal Real ID Act.

The cards would be mandatory for all "federal purposes," which include boarding an airplane or walking into a federal building, nuclear facility or national park, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff told the National Conference of State Legislatures last week. Citizens in states that don't comply with the new rules will have to use passports for federal purposes.

And what happens to the state citizens - and their families -who just don't happen to have passports, or perhaps cannot afford them?

Are they just supposed to vanish into the dust?

Apparently so.

Pentagon Monitoring Peace Activists' E-Mails

Navy admits WND blockade

Web could be terror training camp: Chertoff

Ooooh, they really ARE afraid of the net, aren't they!

No First Amendment Rights in America's Classrooms: Teacher loses job for saying peace

1M archived pages removed post-9/11

Army Squeezes Soldier Blogs, Maybe to Death -

Prosecutors seek OK to create phony files

Gingrich: Free Speech Should Be Curtailed To Fight Terrorism

The word ‘marriage’ is now ‘hate speech’

The words “natural family,” “marriage” and “union of a man and a woman” can be punished as “hate speech” in government workplaces, according to a lawsuit that is being appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Global Hawk to fly 1st mission over U.S.

I am seeing less and less difference between the way the US Government treats our country, and the way it treats Iraq.

Global Hawk Spy Drone Makes First Official Air Combat Command Flight Across USA

High hopes for drone in LA skies

"There's no place in an urban environment that you can go to right now that you're not being looked at with a video camera and you have nothing to fear from your own government - you are being watched by your fellow citizens," he says.

Who watches THEM?

All-Seeing Blimp on the Rise

High-tech tags may track kids in TUSD

This is not about 'protecting the children': this is about getting kids and their families accustomed to 24/7 surveillance.

If I were a parent in Tucson, I'd be pulling my kid out of that school district and home schooling them immediately.

Homeland Security revives supersnoop

Britons to be scanned for FBI database

Millions of Britons who visit the United States are to have their fingerprints stored on the FBI database alongside those of criminals, in a move that has outraged civil rights groups.

The Observer has established that under new plans to combat terrorism, the US government will demand that visitors have all 10 fingers scanned when they enter the country. The information will be shared with intelligence agencies, including the FBI, with no restrictions on their international use.

Memo to Britons thinking about coming to the US for business or vacation: please don't.

This country isn't even remotely friendly to its own citizens, let alone people who were born somewhere else.

These movements are yet another combo of "body blow" s to America's hospitality and travel indusries, but obviously that doesn't matter to the US govenment.

Bush and CIA Director-Designate Hayden Rewrite the 4th Amendment

Text of a Letter from the President to the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President Pro Tempore of the Senate - March 18, 2003

This is the reason impeachment is mandatory. Bush lied to the Congress with this letter. In it, hs started the war in Iraq because "diplomatic and other peaceful means alone will neither (A) adequately protect the national security of the United States against the continuing threat posed by Iraq nor (B) likely lead to enforcement of all relevant United Nations Security Council resolutions regarding Iraq."

We now know Iraq was not a threat. and we know Iraq was in compliance with UN resolutions regarding weapons of mass destruction.

Bush then goes on to justofy the attack by saying, "acting pursuant to the Constitution and Public Law 107-243 is consistent with the United States and other countries continuing to take the necessary actions against international terrorists and terrorist organizations, including those nations, organizations, or persons who planned, authorized, committed, or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001."

We no know that Iraq had nothing to do with 9-11.

One has to wonder what kind of deal has been made whereby the new Congress thinks it is permissible for the President to lie to the Congress. Because if you let one President lie and get away with it, you have handed a license to lie to Congress to every future President.

Bush makes surprise admission of secret CIA detentions

Bush acknowledges secret CIA prisons on Yahoo!

"Yeah, well, okay. We HAVE been holding and torturing these people without due process of law, but look what we found! We got the guys who sank the RMS Titanic, killed JFK, and we captured Jack the Ripper himself!" -- Official White Horse Souse

DHS turns 400,000 truckers into snitches

Hitler would have loved it!

Homeland Security Developing ‘Hostile Intent’ Technology

Republican calls for email and IM monitoring

A bill introduced to the US House of Representatives would require ISPs to record all users' surfing activity, IM conversations and email traffic indefinitely.

The real purpose of this bill is to scare people away from discussing current political events on the net. The goal is to isolate Americans from each other and force them back into dependence on the controlled mainstream media for news. - M. R.

Americas">Bush 'planted fake news stories on American TV'

Cheney, Libby ask dismissal of civil complaint

Vice President Cheney's attorneys argue that the suit should be dismissed on various grounds including that, "the Vice President is entitled to qualified immunity," and that Cheney is "absolutely immune from suits for civil damages."

Show me where it says that in the Constitution.

All fifteen subpoenaed congressmembers refuse to provide documents, testimony in bribery case

Of course they think they're above the law; after all, they're congress members!

Feith calls prewar lies 'good government'

Democracy in chains

Department of defense to block troop access to Myspace, Youtube, MTV, Blackplanet , photobucket and more sites

Pentagon shows anti-war database's scope

How Bush's grandfather helped Hitler's rise to power

Gates of Eden

Giuliani: The legacy of an a**hole

Gonzales' sacking of US Attorneys like a 'coup d'etat'

Gonzales, live: "The Constitution does not say that every citizen has the right to habeas corpus."

Judge: Cops Can Steal Cars and Lie to Victims To Conduct a Warrantless Search

Judge rejects request for NSA Documents

Judge Rules That U.S. Has Broad Powers to Detain Noncitizens Indefinitely

Everything Hitler did in German was legal when he did it, but this did not make those actions morally right.

Pentagon sets its sights on social networking websites

High Court Trims Whistleblower Rights

Hitler's Gestapo Chief Became Top Truman Advisor


Bush can't designate groups as terrorists

US Judge Affirms IMBRA: Americans Must Have Criminal Checks Before Contacting Foreigners on Internet

Hollywood star Robbins blasts US media ignorance of 'high crimes' in Iraq

L’administration Bush s’identifie à la Justice divine

George W. Bush à titre privé et la secrétaire d’État Condoleezza Rice à titre officiel ont participé à la Convention annuelle des baptistes du Sud. Ils ont expliqué à 18 000 « messagers de Dieu » comment ils gouvernent pour propager la Justice divine sur Terre dans l’imminence de la fin des Temps.

Vermont Congress candidate calls on Pentagon to arrest Bush, Cheney

A Republican Senator recently said that what Bush was doing was criminal. It is and now both Congress, the military and a growing segment of the American public are beginning to realize that Bush has to be removed, by force if necessary, from his high office.


Of Faux Democracy, Petty Tyrants, & Painful Realities

JFK on Secret Societies and Free Press


you tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LlEqtaWpKEU

Pentagon plans cyber-insect army

Record shops: Used CDs? Ihre papieren, bitte!

New "pawn shop" laws are springing up across the United States that will make selling your used CDs at the local record shop something akin to getting arrested. No, you won't spend any time in jail, but you'll certainly feel like a criminal once the local record shop makes copies of all of your identifying information and even collects your fingerprints. Such is the state of affairs in Florida, which now has the dubious distinction of being so anal about the sale of used music CDs that record shops there are starting to get out of the business of dealing with used content because they don't want to pay a $10,000 bond for the "right" to treat their customers like criminals.

Restoring the Draft: The Universal National Service Act of 2006

Rumsfeld developing revisionist habits

Translation: this guy is - and has been - lying through his teeth. And the lies are beginning to catch up with him, thanks to some courageous folks who are starting to ask the important questions (NOT the mainstream press, of course).

Video: Rumsfeld Forced to Swallow His Own Lies

Ray McGovern, a retired CIA analyst with 27 years of experience ask Rumsfeld, "I would like to ask you to be up front with the American people, why did you lie to get us into a war that was not necessary, that has caused these kinds of casualties? why?"


Secretary Rumsfeld Remarks on ABC "This Week with George Stephanopoulos"

"Shadow Government" in the Case of a "Second 9/11": Back to the Bunker:

Lieberman's 9/11 police state bill on Senate floor today

Dick Cheney is a liar


Farewell to Rumsfeld


America and the Third World War


School of the Americas: School of Assassins

"Here is the School of the Americas. It's a combat school. Most of the courses revolve around what they call "counter-insurgency warfare." Who are the "insurgents?" We have to ask that question. They are the poor. They are the people in Latin America who call for reform. They are the landless peasants who are hungry. They are health care workers, human rights advocates, labor organizers. They become the insurgents. They are seen as "the enemy." They are those who become the targets of those who learn their lessons at the School of the Americas." - Father Roy Bourgeois:

Maryknoll World Productions (1995: 13 minutes)
Narrated by Susan Sarandon
Transcribed by Darrell G. Moen


Stephen Colbert, George W Bush's Words

Adam Kokesh, Tina Richards Arrested for Defying Poster Ban

On September 6, 2007, Adam Kokesh (IVAW) and Tina Richards (Grassroots America) were arrested in Washington, D.C. for defying a federal government ban on posting promotional material for the September 15th Antiwar Rally, to be held in this city. The rally is sponsored by the ANSWER coalition. The arrests took place at the corner of H. St. and Jackson Place NW, near Lafayette Park, just north of the White House. Mr. Kokesh is the co-chair elect of the Iraq Veterans Against the War. Marine Mom Richards is the CEO of Grassroots America. The activists placed promotional posters on a traffic box, which supposedly falls under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Department of Interior and the National Parks Service. Recently, the District of Columbia government imposed draconian fines on the ANSWER coalition for placing political literature around town. As a result, the ANSWER coalition has filed a lawsuit in Federal Court challenging the Constitutionality of the local government's action.

At 6:30 in the tape we have a horse-mounted police officer (i.e. a thug) charging the peace marchers and using his horse to try to scare them away.

Missouri: Police Threaten, Detain Motorist for Parking After Hours


A motorist who refused to discuss his personal business with a St. George, Missouri police officer was threatened with arrest last Friday. Brett Darrow, 20, no stranger to unconventional encounters with police, caught a St. George Police Sergeant James Kuehnlein stating that he had the power to invent charges that would put Darrow behind bars.

2 Patriot Act Provisions Ruled Unlawful

A federal judge issued a stern rebuke of a key White House antiterror law, striking down as unconstitutional two pillars of the USA Patriot Act.

A federal judge issued a stern rebuke of a key White House antiterror law, striking down as unconstitutional two pillars of the USA Patriot Act.

U.S. District Judge Ann Aiken ruled Wednesday that using the act to authorize secret searches and wiretapping to gather criminal evidence - instead of intelligence gathering - violates the constitutional protection against unreasonable searches and seizures.

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