Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Battleground

Chartist Meeting, Kennington Common, 1848. The Chartists wanted Britain to become more democratic.

"One day Stalin came home late boasting, ‘Guess why I got up so early this morning? Today I got a job with the Rothschilds!’"
Stalin

Iraqi farmers begin to grow opium poppies... Iraq could become a major heroin supplier - http://news.independent.co.uk/world/middle_east/article2573299.ece

"'We will kill every f***ing one of you Muslims' - the taunt hurled by armed police officers with guns drawn at 34-year old London Underground worker" - Absorption or Exodus: The Future Legacy of British Anti-Terror Laws

Britain's Guardian promotes Bush administration war propaganda against Iran

Britain: The Guardian whitewash of Mr Blair

"Mohammed Dahlan... gets arms and money from Elliot Abrams. Whenever Fatah and Hamas get too cozy, Dahlan sends out his thugs to kill fellow Palestinians, thus increasing tensions again." - Regarding false flag operations

Hersh: Bush administration arranged support for militants attacking Lebanon

Questions about 9 11
http://www.jewishworldreview.com/michelle/malkin030802.asp

michellemalkinisanidiot.com

The missiles destroyed the home of Khalil al Hayya, a lawmaker, killing eight people, including his wife and six of his family members. - A Nazi State Par Excellance

Darfur is a major battleground in this high-stakes contest for oil control. - China and USA in New Cold War over Africa’s Oil Riches

CBI welcomes SNP's talk of deregulation

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