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The government-industry revolving door puts industry-friendly experts in positions of decision-making power. Often individuals rotate between working for industry and working for the government in regulatory capacities, arrangements that are fraught with potential for conflicts of interest.

Here are a few examples. There are many more. It is interesting to see what they have been up too. This should not be tolerated. I call this a conspiracy to manipulate the American people. These are the money grubbing thieves who not only worked for the Gov. but also make a fortune from their double lives. I think everyone  should check this out.  Talk about a CONFLICT of INTERST?

  • Michael Taylor
    • Taylor, a former attorney for Monsanto, went to work for the United States Food and Drug Administration, where he helped draft FDA's policy declaring that genetically modified foods are "generally regarded as safe" (GRAS). While at the FDA, Taylor also wrote the policy that exempted biotech foods from labeling. His former law firm, which still represented Monsanto, then began suing dairies that labeled their milk rBGH-free (Monsanto’s bovine growth hormone to increase milk production). After these policies were written, Taylor left the FDA and eventually went back to work for Monsanto.

  • Daniel E. Troy
    • Marking a dramatic shift in U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) policy, Troy, formerly a representative of U.S. pharmaceutical firms and now lead counsel for the FDA, informed drug companies that he would provide aid in torpedoing certain lawsuits, especially those with claims of medications causing unexpected or harmful side effects.[29]
  • Donald C. Winter
    • To serve as Secretary of the Navy, President Bush Jr. nominated Donald Winter, currently the Vice President of Northrop Grumman, which builds many of the Navy's warships and receives billions of dollars to build other weapons. [32]
  • Michael W. Wynne
    • Bush Jr. also nominated Michael Wynne as Secretary of the Air Force. Wynne was one of several people who were blamed by a Pentagon inspector general for a failed 23.5 billion dollar deal with Boeing, which many lawmakers call the most significant case of contract abuse in decades. [33]
  • Thomas Scully

CIA-Pentagon-Blackwater "revolving door"

"A number of senior CIA and Pentagon officials have taken top jobs at Blackwater, including firm vice chairman Cofer Black, who was the Bush Administration's top counterterrorism official at the time of the 9/11 attacks (and who famously said in 2002, 'There was before 9/11 and after 9/11. After 9/11, the gloves came off.')," Ken Silverstein, wrote September 12, 2006, in Harper's Magazine.

In fall 2005, Robert Richer "resigned from the post of Associate Deputy Director of Operations; he immediately took a job as Blackwater's Vice President of Intelligence. Richer is a former head of the CIA's Near East Division and long served in Amman, where, for a period beginning in 1999, he held the post of station chief. For years he was the agency's point man with Jordan's King Abdullah, with whom he developed an extraordinarily close relationship," Silverstein wrote.

Also, Silverstein wrote in September 2006, "there's talk at the agency that Blackwater is also aggressively recruiting José Rodriguez, the CIA's current top spy as director of the National Clandestine Service. Rodriguez has a number of former agency friends at Blackwater, most notably Rick Prado, with whom he served in Latin America and who is now Blackwater's Vice President of Special Programs."

Recent Cofer Black start-up and merger, Total Intelligence Solutions, LLC, is a merger of three companies, The Black Group, The Terrorism Research Center, Inc. and Technical Defense. TIS very well may fall outside the legal corporate domain of Blackwater, however two of the top executives at TIS, Cofer Black and Enrique Prado still hold positions at Blackwater, and Robert Richer recently left his position at Blackwater to take on responsibilities at TIS. As well, it should be noted that one of the three companies merged to create TIS, The Terrorism Research Center, is owned by Blackwater founder Erik Prince. [19]


Considering the CIA is one the the worst terrorist groups on the planet it seems they are extremely involved in Blackwater. Blackwater is being made rich by none other then Bush and his buddies.  

This organization is being payed with American Tax dollars. Some of them make up to $10,000 a month. Nice and tidy income. Must be nice to endorse this private Army. Personally I have little or no use for this type of thing considering what happened in Columbia and one can asume the Americans were behind it as well.

Bush On Blackwater a short Video

Oversight into Private Military Contracts a short video

Seems no one knows who they are working for in Iraq.

 Outraged Colombians are calling for the US to extradite executives of a Cincinnati-based banana producer after it admitted making payments to illegal armed groups in the country.

 US firms 'paid Colombia militias'

Blackwater and those in Columbia do the same thing. 

Both Funded by the US one way or the other.  

Can you create and earth quake or a Tsunami?

Well I think you can.

Someone else thought it could be done to.

If you wanted to cause a great deal of damage to any country along a fault line,

and have the world think it was something mother nature did it, could be done I think.

The beauty of it, is no one would ever suspect it was actually done on purpose.

Everyone of course has to decide for themselves. There has been research that has taken place on this very idea. By none other then The USA.















Triggering of Landslides, Tsunamis and Earthquakes
At least one major test-related landslide and consequent Tsunami in Moruroa, on July 25, 1979. Apparently, the 120kiloton weapon, which was supposed to be lowered into a shaft of 800 meters, got stuck at a depth of 400 meters and could not be dislodged. The French authorities decided to explode the device anyway. This explosion resulted in a major underwater landslide of at least one million cubic meters of coral and rock and created a cavity, probably 140 meters in diameter. The underwater landslide produced a major tidal wave comparable to a tsunami, which spread through the Tuamotu Archipelago and injured people on the southern part of Moruroa Atoll. (27)
French authorities initially denied that any mishap had occurred and declared that the tidal wave was of natural origin, but in a publication in 1985 they did acknowledge "the accident of 25 July 1979"


List of Nuclear Tests


Earthquakes, Tsunamis and Nuclear Testing

December 30, 2004


 A dangerous gamble: Nuclear power, earthquacks and tsunamis


DU Deformities


"Unborn children of the region [are] being asked to pay the highest price, the integrity of their DNA."


Radiation in Iraq Equals 250,000 Nagasaki Bombs

Downwinders is a research and educational foundation started by former downwind resident of southwest Utah, and formally established in 1978 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Downwinders takes its name from the residents living in the prevailing wind pattern surrounding the Nevada Test Site, and who have been constantly exposed to radioactive fallout from America's nuclear testing activities conducted there. Downwinders was founded with two primary goals:

  • To expose the plight of downwind residents whose fallout exposures have caused cancers, leukemia, and other illnesses, and to obtain justice for their injuries.
  • To fight for an immediate end to all nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site and elsewhere.


Canada's Genocide
This is about the Residential Schools in Canada Run by the churches. This is a very informative documentary. Children were victims of many crimes. Genocide would be one of them.
Occasionally the site goes down for upgrades. In the event it doesn't come up, it will at a latter time.
This is a video one should share with people .
There is a petition you also might want to share. Rainbowwarrior posted it.

What Happened in Lebanon

What Types of Gruesome Weapons Did Israel Use in Lebanon?

Pictures can say a lot and leave you with a lot of questions.

Warning Not For the Faint of heart.

Letter From Saddam Hussain

To the American People

Handwritten letter from President Saddam Hussein to the American people. 7 July 2006.

Big Brother Is Watching You Check this OUT

 on this one go here:

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Gen. Hayden Hearing: Wasn't Comfortable over the Admin's intelligence on Iraq


This crap is only happening because not enough people are bitching to their reps, and the news.

NOT ONE single person has any excuse to not contact wachington and their state capitol and even local gov't and say that they will not tolerate this crap.

Get the point across to everyone you know that it is each and every single person that makes a difference and they can't just sit there and think that organizations will protect all of us.

Petitions to sign In Protest of Government Actions Stop them from Invading your Privacy

KBR workers in Iraq paid 50 cents an hour Security & Terrorism   

American Vice-President Dick Cheney has walked the corridors of world power for three decades.

Cheney's remarkable life story involves the relentless accumulation of power in every form. Elected for a second term, he continues to be one of the most powerful and well-connected men in the world. The fifth estate will show how he accomplished this, what it involved in terms of costs for others and what history's judgement could be.
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Ex-agents say CIA compiled death lists for Indonesians

After 25 years, Americans speak of their
role in exterminating Communist Party

The tapes, along with notes of conversations, show that the United States furnished critical intelligence -- the names of thousands of leftist activists, both Communist and non-Communist -- to the Indonesian Army that were then used in the bloody manhunt.

American Vice-President Dick Cheney has walked the corridors of world power for three decades.

Cheney's remarkable life story involves the relentless accumulation of power in every form.
Elected for a second term, he continues to be one of the most powerful and well-connected men in the world.
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Never NOT For The OIL,  We are bringing Freedom to these poor souls. Ya Right.

 World Oil Reserves, Production, and Consumption, 2002

OPEC Oil Producers

Old Hat The American hand in Iran: The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)and its non-governmental organization (NGO) regime-change industry hope to stage another cardboard coup in Iran. But it could be a black and blue revolution.

I did a little linguistic analysis on George W. Bush's Fort Bragg address to Americans on June 28 and came up with some pretty strange results. By Robert Fisk Bush's speech begins by frightening the audience to death with terrorism and finishes triumphantly by rousing them to patriotic confidence in their country's future victory. It wasn't actually a speech at all. It was a movie script, a screenplay.

Haliburton bags another Iraq contract The US military has signed on Halliburton to do nearly $5 billion in new work in Iraq under a giant logistics contract that has so far earned the Texas-based firm $9.1 billion.  That's How many contracts NOW?

So, Mr Bremer, where did all the money go?  One ministry claimed to be paying 8,206 guards, but only 602 could be found : One American agent was given $23m to spend on restructuring; only $6m is accounted for

To the Victors Go the Spoils of War  British Petroleum, Shell and Chevron Win Iraqi Oil Contracts

TV producer killed, crew arrested in Iraq United Press International advertisement TV producer killed, crew arrested in Iraq Jun. 28, 2005 at 4:18PM An Iraqi TV producer died in Baghdad Tuesday while a producer and a cameraman arrested in May are still being detained, reports a media watchdog.

US bombing kills Afghan villagers as search continues for soldiers  The Kunar governor, Asadullah Wafa, said 17 villagers, including women and children, had died - news that may further inflame Afghan sensitivities about heavy-handed US tactics.

US endures deadliest year in Afghanista  This year has been the deadliest for US troops in Afghanistan since war began in late 2001, as more American soldiers have died than in each of the previous three years, according to military figures.

Mom, Who Lost Son In Iraq, Talks About 'Disgusting' White House Private Meeting With Bush  What she encountered was an arrogant man with eyes lacking the slightest bit of compassion, a President totally "detached from humanity" and a man who didn’t even bother to remember her son’s name when they were first introduced.

Iraq envoy accuses US of killing  Iraq's ambassador to the UN has demanded an inquiry into what he said was the "cold-blooded murder" of his young unarmed relative by US marines.

The Rumsfeld Solution "liberating Iraq, one journalist at a time"  The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) is calling on the United States to investigate 3 new cases of journalists killed in Iraq in the last week.This brings to 17 the number of journalists and media staff killed by US soldiers."

Rice and the Middle East dream  It was the Americans who orchestrated the first coup d'etat in Syria in 1949, toppling the democratically elected president Shukri al-Quwatli and replacing him with General Husni al-Za'im, a stooge of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), because the latter promised to respond to US needs in the Middle East.

White House Described Darfur as 'Genocide' to Please Christian Right America's former ambassador to the United Nations, John Danforth, made the admission in an interview in which he confirmed that the Bush administration's stance was dictated by domestic considerations.

Daniel Ellsberg  I Wrote Bush's War Words -- in 1965: In July 1965, I had the same task as Bush's speechwriters in June 2005: how to rationalize and motivate continued public support for a hopelessly stalemated, unnecessary war our president had lied us into.

What Has Changed In Iraq?  A Must To Read! 

UK aid funds Iraqi torture units Peter Beaumont/LONDON OBSERVER | July 4 2005 British and American aid intended for Iraq's hard-pressed police service is being diverted to paramilitary commando units accused of widespread human rights abuses, including torture and extra-judicial killings, The Observer can reveal. Iraqi Police Service officers said that ammunition, weapons and vehicles earmarked for the IPS are being taken by shock troops at the forefront of Iraq's new dirty counter-insurgency war.

Revealed grim world of new Iraqi torture camps Secret torture chambers, the brutal interrogation of prisoners, murders by paramilitaries with links to powerful ministries... Foreign affairs editor Peter Beaumont in Baghdad uncovers a grim trail of abuse carried out by forces loyal to the new Iraqi government .

Independent  India: Smog hides deeper fear

It doesn't take long in the thick, choking smogs that hang over major Indian cities to realise the seriousness of the pollution problem. Even when it's 48C in Delhi you won't get a sun tan: it's too polluted.India is already the fifth-largest producer of carbon emissions in the world, releasing 250 million tons into the atmosphere a year, more than any European country. Carbon emissions grew at 61 per cent between 1990 and 2001; only China's grew faster. Per capita emissions are expected to triple by 2020.

News.Telegraph Government still hopeful over climate
Margaret Beckett, the Environment Secretary, has said the Government is still hopeful of an agreement over climate change despite comments by George W Bush appeared to dismiss the possibility of a deal.Comments made by the President in an interview prior to the summit quashed hopes that the G8 meeting of world leaders could achieve an international breakthrough on climate change - one of Mr Blair's main priorities.Mr Bush said he would not accept any sort of legally-binding agreement to cut carbon emissions along the lines of the 1997 Kyoto Treaty which the US refused to sign.

For Zimbabweans Specifically
This petition is for the Zimbabweans in the UK facing deportation. Public protest has had an effect and the pressure has to be intensified. If their plight goes out of the limelight, they will be goners. Many are on hunger strike because that's a better way to go than being tortured in horrific ways in Zimbabwe and then killed. Political opponents who voted against Mugabe have had their houses and businesses razed to the ground. Political refugees forced back - can you imagine!???! Please sign. These people are in great need of support from all over the world. Put the pressure on Blair!

Web visits put man in jail  Can't read Books ,Can't Buy Books, Now you can't read Web Sites.  What's Next? Can't read News Papers!  Throwing reportes in Jail That's What's Next. 

How long before hate crime laws make the website you're now reading also a criminal offence to visit?

Mohammad Radwan Obeid is a threat to national security because he surfed terrorist Web sites and visited terrorist chat rooms, the FBI claims.

The 33-year-old Jordanian, who came to the United States with his American wife in 2001 and worked at a grocery store in Dayton, Ohio, before his arrest in March on immigration charges, says he was only gathering grist for a book about terrorism and world religions.Subject: Judge gives US reporters one week to reveal sources or face jail- 

Judge gives US reporters one week to reveal sources or face jail WASHINGTON (AFP) - A judge gave two US journalists one week to reveal their sources to a grand jury probing the leak of a Central Intelligence Agency operative's identity or go to jail.

The First Amendment to the US Constitution protects journalists from government interference in their work. But the Supreme Court ruled in 1972 that protection does not apply to reporters whose testimony is essential in criminal cases, even if a source was promised anonymity

Indymedia server grab - Home Office knew, but isn't telling Almost a month after Indymedia servers in London were seized by agencies unknown working for states unknown, a parliamentary answer suggests that the Home Office does know who seized them, and under what authority. But it's not telling.

The Home Office has been subjected to a steady drizzle of questions on the subject of Indymedia, but these have generally been answered with a denial of any involvement on the part of the agency the question refers to, followed by Caroline Flint's catchphrase: "In the circumstances I do not therefore believe that it is necessary for me to make a statement." Yesterday however John McDonnell MP scored a hit of sorts by bowling a question in fairly broad terms: "To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department on what (a) grounds and (b) legal authority the web servers of the news agency Indymedia were seized on 7 October."Flint"s response this time was: "I can only confirm that no UK law enforcement agencies were involved in the matter. I am not at liberty to discuss the specific case in more detail."

Second UK Indymedia server downed by iPlod
Nothing to do with G8 summit, natch YESTERDAY, an Indymedia server in Bristol was seized by the police. An Indymedia volunter was also arrested during the raid, the organisation said.

Bush Doesn’t Want To Lose Control Over the Internet Bush administration annexes control of the Internet The US government has sent shockwaves around the Internet world by announcing that it intends to retain control of the Internet’s root servers indefinitely. The policy U-turn will worry countries who fear the prospect of a US-controlled Internet infrastructure.

Children, too, are abused in U.S. prisons
BERKELEY, California Last month John Miller, director of the State Department's Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, said that half the victims of human trafficking may be children under 18.

Children are "at the center" of the problem of trafficking, which, Miller noted, is one of the great human rights issues of the 21st century.

Yes, children should be at the heart of America's concern for human rights. But that concern should start with the children detained in U.S. prisons in Afghanistan, Iraq and Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.

State Governments Have $612 Billion of Your Tax Money That They Are Not Using.The Truth About State and Local Governments Having Excesses of Your Tax Dollars They Are Not Using.

Hannity Says Pre-9/11 Iraq Invasion Plan A Conspiracy Theory
In a debate with Rep. Charles Rangel last night, Sean Hannity called Rangel's assertion that the Bush administation wanted to invade Iraq before Bush even became president as a conspiracy theory.U.S. soldiers plant weapons on fake rebels

U.S. soldiers plant weapons on fake rebels 
A U.S. citizen working in Iraq sent several photographs he obtained from a soldier in Iraq to writer Mark Kraft. Apparently, they had been passed along between several sources before reaching their intended target.

The pictures were particularly controversial and newsworthy, in that they appear to show U.S. soldiers planting weapons on Iraqi teenagers. They were passed on to Seymour Hersh of the New Yorker, who mentioned them in an interview on May 11, 2005.

U.S. Tried to Conceal Anti-CAFTA Reports By Larry Margasak The Associated Press WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Labor Department kept secret for more than a year government studies that supported Democratic opponents of a new Central American trade deal devised by President George W. Bush's administration, internal documents show. The studies, paid for by the department, concluded that several countries the administration wants to be granted free-trade status have poor working conditions and fail to protect workers' rights.

U.S. Military to Expand Prisons in Iraq
The U.S. military said Monday it plans to expand its prisons across Iraq to hold as many as 16,000 detainees, as the relentless insurgency shows no sign of letup one year after the transfer of sovereignty to Iraqi authorities.

U.S. changed Iraq  policy to begin airstrikes months before war John Byrne Did Bush lie to Congress about use of force? The U.S. quietly shifted policy towards Iraq to allow for surgical, pre-emptive airstrikes months before any attempt to seek UN or Congressional approval for the use of force, RAW STORY can reveal.

How They Get Away With It Three reasons Washington’s empire-builders don’t have to worry about ’60s-style dissent—not including the volunteer Army by Scott McConnell In the absence of an antiwar movement or serious domestic political opposition, only the outside world can put the brakes on American policy—only when Bush’s war plans come up against foreign obstacles that produce a dramatic defeat or humiliation or generate a financial crisis that the administration can’t overcome. Barring that, the American future may be war for as long as anyone can foresee.

Ahead Six Decades Of Humiliation The world hates us more than ever By Ted Rall The reason for our declining popularity is no mystery: Bush's unjustified, illegal war against Iraq. But Iraq, Bush's doctrine of preemptive warfare and instances of prisoners being tortured and even murdered aren't completely unprecedented. Cheney's neoconservatives are merely the latest executors of an aggressive foreign policy that has long prompted fear, hatred and resentment among the leaders and citizens of other nations.

Only one-third of Americans questioned in a Washington Post-ABC News poll last May defined what happened at Abu Ghraib as "torture." By Silja J.A. Talvi "The Christian in me says it's wrong," Army Specialist Charles A. Graner Jr. said of torturing prisoners in Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. "But the corrections officer in me says I love to make a grown man piss himself."

War? What war? As some GI somewhere put it, war is "about blowing motherfuckers up." It's about heads getting shot off, and faces torn apart, and babies cut in two, and everything else horrible that can happen to a human body when big pieces of metal hit it at incredible speed. That is what war is -- no more, no less.

Video Deceit, Deception And Tears: Back To Vietnam: "I sound angry and I am f****** angry. You know, this is... You've got to get angry, everybody's got to get angry about bloody wars. They're f****** horrible!"

Video  Mosaic World News Reports from Middle East TV  The nation's only uncensored compilation of daily television news reports from more than 15 countries in the Middle East. QuickTime Video.

US forces' use of depleted uranium weapons is 'illegal' BRITISH and American coalition forces are using depleted uranium (DU) shells in the war against Iraq and deliberately flouting a United Nations resolution which classifies the munitions as illegal weapons of mass destruction.

After the War Comes Cancer   Information collected for a German project investigating the use of uranium-charged ammunition in Iraq shows that when Iraqi women fear for their children's health, it is with good reason.

WHO ‘suppressed’ scientific study into depleted uranium cancer fears in Iraq Radiation experts warn in unpublished report that DU weapons used by Allies in Gulf war pose long-term health risk

Chavez warns US on ties at Caribbean summit: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Wednesday accused the United States of meddling in his efforts to create an energy alliance with Caribbean neighbors and said he may one day have to cut ties with Washington.

This will mean another Invasion by the US, How much you want to bet? 

Alarming Levels of Nuclear Contamination of Plants & Fish in Washington State From: Environment News Service Hanford Area Tests Find Plutonium in Fish, Mulberry Trees SEATTLE, Washington, June 15, 2005 (ENS) - Radioactive contamination in public areas surrounding the Hanford Nuclear Site in Richland, Washington is higher and more geographically widespread than previously thought, according to a report today from a government watchdog group and a chemical data firm. The Government Accountability Project (GAP) and Boston Chemical Data Corporation issued a study that includes the first reports of plutonium in clams and fish in the Columbia River.

Zimbabway Evictions of Over 200,000 people Lack shelter, food water, etc  They Need Help !

The EPA is now allowing chemical companies to conduct toxic chemical studies on low-income Americans. An analysis of 24 such studies found that 22 involved ethically questionable practices. A new related congressional report states that "nearly one-third of the studies reviewed were specifically designed to cause harm to the human test subjects or to put them at risk of harm." The report said scientists conducting the experiments "failed to obtain informed consent (and) dismissed adverse outcomes," adding that the tests "lacked scientific validity." One study involved paying college students $15 an hour to sit in enclosed chambers while having insecticide vapors sprayed at them. The Bush Administration recently announced the EPA's new policy, which allows these types of human studies for the first time in decades. Chemical companies have welcomed this announcement with the goal of generating studies that would allow their products to be considered "safer" than originally thought. Congress is currently discussing whether or not this process should be allowed to continue.  Take Action 
Please Sign Petition EPA Allowing Toxic Chemical Testing on Children and Low Income Americans

The EPA is now allowing chemical companies to conduct toxic chemical studies on low-income Americans. An analysis of 24 such studies found that 22 involved ethically questionable practices. A new related congressional report states that "nearly one-third of the studies reviewed were specifically designed to cause harm to the human test subjects or to put them at risk of harm." The report said scientists conducting the experiments "failed to obtain informed consent (and) dismissed adverse outcomes," adding that the tests "lacked scientific validity."

The Bush Administration reversed this moratorium at the urging of pesticide manufacturers. As described in a recently released report, EPA is evaluating dozens of human pesticide experiments that contain serious ethical and scientific flaws. In fact, new documents reveal that EPA used one experiment despite a written finding by agency officials that the experiment showed "little concern for the safety or welfare of the research subjects." The proposed rule being developed by EPA would further legitimize experiments that intentionally dose humans with pesticides.  This Is Just Sick?

While you sit here reading the cost of war is steadily climbing.

Lives are being lost.

Can you put a price on someone’s Life?

What is the cost of child?

What is the cost of a father?

What is the cost of a mother?

What is the cost of your best friend?

What is the cost of your brother or sister?

What are you worth?

It is impossible to say how much a person is worth.

Maybe that one person who died could have found a cure for Aids.

Could have found a way to world Peace.

One just never knows.

The value of a life is not known until they have lived,

to accomplish everything that they were destined to do.

The Cost Of War Is Not Worth It.

The Vietnam War Drove Millions Around The World Into Deeper Poverty! Well Someone Had To Pay For It! We All Pay For WAR?

The Debt Crisis

By now, every American who is capable of reading a newspaper or watching a TV should know that Rumsfeld is a compulsive liar, a serial liar, a pathological liar. The maxim one should always follow in listening to the sneering Rumsfeld is to calculate the exact inverse of whatever he says and assume that that will approximate the truth.

Police open fire on Iraq demonstrators -- witness Reuters correspondent Hamid Fadhil said a crowd of nearly 2,000 unemployed Iraqis was demonstrating because they had not been given jobs in the police in Samawa, 270 km south of Baghdad. Police opened fire first with warning shots and then shot into the crowd, Fadhil said, adding he had seen some demonstrators wounded.

Despair deepens for Iraqis  "This is not a democracy," said Sarah Abdul Kareem, 21, a Shiite. "This is chaos."

Iraq Is A bloody Mess Most of Iraq is today a bloody no-man's land beset by ruthless insurgents, savage bandit gangs, trigger-happy US patrols and marauding government forces.

Robert Fisk  "Do you people live on planet earth?": Perhaps it helps us to feel bad about ourselves, to curse our privileges and hate our glorious life if we persuade ourselves that the Middle East is a paradise of growing freedom and liberation from fear.

How Bush Was Offered Bin Laden and Blew It  As a consequence of this failure more than 3,000 Americans and thousands of Afghans died.

US suspected of keeping secret prisoners on warships

UN official: The United Nations has learned of "very, very serious" allegations that the United States is secretly detaining terrorism suspects in various locations around the world, and notably aboard prison ships, the UN's special report on terrorism said.

U.S. Has Plans to Again Make Own Plutonium The Bush administration is planning the government's first production of plutonium 238 since the cold war, stirring debate over the risks and benefits of the deadly material. The substance, valued as a power source, is so radioactive that a speck can cause cancer.

Who will sanction the US they too are making more bombs ?Lest we have forgotten. Why are they any different then anyone else in the world? If the rest of the world is building bombs maybe it is to protect themselves from the US or has know one thought of that yet?

US plans new sanctions to halt WMD  The effort would begin by targeting just eight entities, seven of which are suspected of working on missile programs, and not on chemical, biological or nuclear weapons, according to the report.

$1 billion of potential overcharges  Halliburton Iraq deals described as contract abuse Whistleblowers Describe Halliburton's "Free Fraud Zone" "I can unequivocally state that the abuse related to contracts awarded to KBR represents the most blatant and improper contract abuse I have witnessed during the course of my professional career." -- Bunnatine Greenhouse, top Army Corps of Engineers contract oversight official, turned whistleblower

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