Monday, June 18, 2007



"The discussions between Abdulati Ibrahim al Obidi, the Libyan Deputy Foreign Minister, Musa Kusa, Libya's foreign intelligence chief, and senior British officials have taken place in secret over the past few months... Musa Kusa ... is thought to be behind the killing of Libyan dissidents in Britain and was expelled from London in 1980 for orchestrating the murder of a BBC World Service journalist, Mohamed Mustafa Ramadan, outside Regent's Park mosque. He was also wanted in France in connection with the downing of a French DC-10 of the UTA airline in 1989 with 170 passengers aboard... Branded "the master of terror", he was welcomed back to London in late 2001." - Deals done in tents and corridors

"Lord Fraser of Carmyllie has described Tony Blair as a 'constitutional vandal' over the prospect of Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi being returned home." - Sunday Express: The World's Greatest Newspaper :: News / Showbiz ...

"A group plotting to overthrow the... government of Laos hatched an elaborate 90-day plan to oust and possibly assassinate the country's leaders by bombing official buildings and shooting down aircraft, according to US court documents... Jack allegedly told an undercover investigator that they had the support of the CIA, which was 'standing by and ready to roll' to ensure the coup's success." - US group 'plotted bloody coup in Laos'

"The US still wants to return the Baathists, the loyalists of the former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, to power. The blast in Samarra which destroyed the minarets of the sacred shrines of the Shia Imams was performed with the assistance of the former Saddam regime's security agents, the source added." - Press TV

CIA control of Italy? Italian Judge Suspends CIA Trial - AP

Sarkozy's 'blue tsunami' drains away

"According to a New York Times/CBS News poll, from October 2006, only 16 per cent of Americans think the government is telling the truth about 9/11" - Vancouver Courrier

100 Professors Question the 9/11 Commission Report

USAFRICOM - Building the New Empire and the very,very odd folks at IASPS


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