Tuesday, April 6, 2010 18:50
Video Reveals Why Pentagon Wanted To “Destroy” Wikileaks The sickening video released today of U.S. troops slaughtering
innocent civilians, including two Reuters reporters in Baghdad in July
2007, clearly indicates why the Pentagon was intent on destroying Wikileaks,
the whistleblower website that it now has little chance of putting out
control: Greenpeace removes threats
“We got this one wrong, no doubt about it. I’m holding up
my hands on behalf of the organisation and saying sorry for that. Peaceful
action is at the very core of what we do, so any language that even
comes close to suggesting that’s not the case is something we
Defend Massacre Of Iraqi Journalists, Children Bloodthirsty neo-cons who would defend barbecuing Arab babies
on the White House lawn if they were told it was part of the "war
on terror" are disgracefully scrambling to defend a shocking video
released by Wikileaks which shows U.S. Apache helicopters massacring
Iraqi journalists and children in Baghdad while laughing about it.
intel officer: US troops violated Rules of Engagement in Reuters shooting
During a Monday appearance on MSNBC’s Dylan Ratigan Show, a retired
intelligence officer claimed that U.S. forces violated the military’s
Rules of Engagement in events depicted by a video released by whistleblower
site WikiLeaks, which allegedly shows the murder of civilians and journalists
in New Baghdad, Iraq.
$4 Gas, $150 Oil Coming This Summer
With summer driving season upon us, it’s important to note that
there’s a traditional jump in gas prices. But will this seasonal
adjustment benefit commodities, specifically oil and make the price
of gasoline even higher?
Again with the National ID
Fresh from their defeat in forcing national identity papers on us with
REAL ID, the Feds are trying once more. Their plea this time isn’t
terrorism but immigration — though they’re pretty much the
same, or so the State has convinced some Americans.
Federal Officials Above the Law?
A federal judge’s ruling in a case challenging the Bush administration’s
infamous and illegal domestic surveillance case will likely demonstrate,
once again, the hypocrisy and deceit of Barack Obama and his merry band
of liberal statists.
Journalists in Iraq is Pentagon Policy
The Baghdad snuff video released by WikiLeaks has yet to receive
much corporate media play. MSNBC, however, covered the video. In
a discussion of the video, Brett McGurk of the Council on Foreign
Relations and an NSC member for Bush and Obama, defended the mass
murder episode. McGurk said the soldiers fired on journalists because
they thought they saw an RPG launcher.
Up Civilian Deaths
The recent news brought reports of two incidents in two countries
where US troops killed civilians and then lied to cover up the evidence.
These are but the latest of a steady stream of lies from military
and Pentagon sources about the killing of civilians.
Response Team Engages Gestapo Youth
All great tyrannies work at capturing the minds of the youth. No
longer are our children going to be learning survival skills, camping
and hunting abilities. Instead they will be training to police and
Gordon Brown Proposing To Print Climate Money?
Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi says the high level Advisory
Group on Climate Change Financing has identified various financial
sources to help developing countries combat climate change and set
directives for further activities.
mine explosion leaves 25 dead
Twenty-five miners were killed and at least four were still unaccounted
for today after an explosion in a mine in West Virginia –
the worst US mining disaster for more than 25 years.
begins to return
A group of 120 members of the 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team
that includes the 1st Battalion, 82nd Cavalry Regiment from Lebanon
and the Corvallis-based 2nd Battalion, 162nd Infantry, began returning
from deployment in Iraq last week.