Monday, January 15, 2007

Bush: Iraqis Should be Grateful for the War

Bush Was on 60 Minutes Last Night saying that The iraqi's should be 
grateful for the war in iraq that has killed  an estimated 600,000+ of it's own people.

this is the war that has also seen a US push for the exploitation of the Iraqi oil fields by western "Big-Oil" Companies like Exxon and Shell. but don;t be fooled by this new law been passed this surely will help the Iraqi's by take their main resource and
selling it on at a fraction of the amount it would get if it stayed as a government controls industry like Saudi Arabia and Iran.

Read about Bush's Intervies Here!

Is this the New Dictator of the US

"The president is the commander in chief. He's the one who has to make these tough decisions," Cheney said.

Is this the precoursor of Bush becoming the first Dictator in US history! This comment from Cheney after bush said he would go against what the senate and send more troops to Iraq regardless of Public Opinion and Congress and Senate Wishs.

Cheneys Comments

Sunday, January 14, 2007

Pilots For 9-11 Truth


Windows + NSA = Super Spy

This is an old article but it just shows you how pervasive the US Spy system is,
they have built in a secret backdoor in all versions of windows so they can secretly install 
programs and ultimately compromise any versions of microsoft Windows, 
So you in the kremlin with Windows 2000 with all your Secret Agent Data , or the British MI6 can 
all possibly be sharing knowledge with the NSA with out even knowing it,
Thanks to Microsoft, You did it again! 

full story

Oh an although the article is written in 1999  the nsa has also given security help to Microsoft and Apple on their modern Operating Systems.

NSA & Vista

NSA & Osx

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Tuesday, January 09, 2007

More Secret Laws

Secret American Law stating traveller need to show id when flying,
Law not published or shown to the public!!

Full Story 

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Monday, January 08, 2007

Iraq: The Spoils of War

Was the the war Really About Oil!
It would seem So.

"Iraq's massive oil reserves, the third-largest in the world, are about to be thrown open for large-scale exploitation by Western oil companies under a controversial law which is expected to come before the Iraqi parliament within days."

full story