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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

The Iraq and Afghanistan Wars: Exercises in Human Slaughter Based on a Blatantly Bogus Premise

We HAVE to do whatever we can to stop the madness.


Blogger engineer said...

A video: Core of Corruption: In the Shadows. Anybody know it?

"Released last month, it details the extensive network of government backed terrorism. This film addresses how our allies financed, trained, and even shadowed the 9/11 hijackers."

Does this suggest that, a lesser, relatively minor charge, the US only backed the hijackers? But this calls for planes! They could still justify the madness. Of course they finance terrorism, always have. WWII.

This is the confuse, divide and conquer scheme? Same with "Global Warming".

8:53 AM  
Blogger spooked said...

I think anyone who supports the idea that 9/11 was an inside job is a nominal ally.

I wouldn't automatically weed anyone out who doesn't go for "no planes" or nukes. They may not be familiar with all the evidence. Actually, I imagine "pro planers " are more likely to weed out "no planers" than vice versa-- and honest 9/11 "inside jobbers" shouldn't promote divisions, IMO.

9:58 AM  
Blogger spooked said...

That being said, I have not heard of that video.

But films and videos pop up constantly, these days. It's hard to keep up.

9:59 AM  
Blogger engineer said...

Was this on US TV? Meeting Sunday between leaders of Afghan, Pakistan, and Iran.


Trilater Alliance between Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan?

Lead Paragraph:

Here is a rare picture, one that speaks a thousand words, the three state leaders of Afghanistan, Iran, and Pakistan go hand in hand out of the conference, apparently very satisfied with the results of their trilateral meeting on the recent Sunday in Tehran.

After picture: Is this the beginning of a new chapter of the history of the three regional States?

The leaders stated the wish that in the future, other states such as Russia, China, and India will attend the conference.

An important result of the meeting is the undersigning of a pre-contract between Iran and Pakistan over the building of a Gas Pipeline (Iran-Pakistan_India) with a value of $7.6 billion, which, up to now, the Washington has refused.

11:09 AM  

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