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CIA 'arrest' follow-up Jul. 1st, 2005 @ 03:29 pm

Milanese prosecutors accuse the 13 of having organized the cleric's
kidnapping on February 17, 2003, and secretly flying him to Egypt, where he was
interrogated and allegedly tortured, a source close to the investigation told
CNN last week.

The 13 are believed to have left Italy and none have been arrested, according
to Reuters.

Does this mean that Bush Administration Sectret Service is now permitted to kidnap people for torture, brutally violating the country laws and get away with that..?
Current Mood: amusedamused
Current Music: soilwork-figure_number_four-the_mindmaker-vis

The Homeless patriot (starring Mel Bummson) Jul. 1st, 2005 @ 03:10 pm

"The USA Patriot Act, in the name of fighting terrorism, allows the government to find out which books and Internet sites a person has seen. It lets investigators secretly search homes and monitor phone calls and e-mail. Now, officials in the wealthy New York City suburb of Summit are using the law to justify forcing homeless people to leave a train station ..."

What a great country....


Tired of Bush speeches Jun. 29th, 2005 @ 12:01 pm
From yesterday's speech...

"There is only one course of action against them: to defeat them abroad before they attack us at home."
"This nation will not wait to be attacked again [...] The only way our enemies can succeed is if we forget the lessons of Sept. 11."
well, the point is: Iraq has NEVER attacked USA, neither planned to, neither had any usable weapon (WMD) to do such an attack.
M. Bush, I need more explanations. 911 terrorists were Saudis, and Bin Laden was (apparently) organizing attacks from the Taliban country called Afghanistan. What's the link with Iraq?
As reminder: http://www.commondreams.org/headlines04/0616-01.htm (9/11 Commission: No Link Between Al-Qaida and Saddam )

"Our mission in Iraq is clear. "
wait there...then why do you need to give a speech?

"We are advancing freedom in the broader Middle East."
Toady we are at 25500 Iraq civilians death. Free to die or died for free?? Anyway...It keep running....(www.iraqbodycount.net)

"The American people do not falter under threat and we will not allow our future to be determined by car bombers and assassins."
WHY last week you actually tried to NEGOTIATE with your so called terrorists? http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=514&e=3&u=/ap/20050626/ap_on_re_eu/britain_iraq (Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld acknowledged Sunday that U.S. officials met with insurgents in Iraq)

M. bush, there are no terrorists in iraq, but insurgents trying to use the war as a way to control the country. That happen all the time. Before Iraq war, there were NO insurgents in Iraq, no suicide bombers and so on...You put this mess yourself.

oh fuck you...I'm tired (again ? :-p )...I stop here...

"Do what I say, don't do what I do" FUCKIN TIRED OF IT Jun. 28th, 2005 @ 10:18 am
US bullshit:

"The Bush administration is planning the government's first production of plutonium 238 since the cold war, stirring debate over the risks and benefits of the deadly material. The substance, valued as a power source, is so radioactive that a speck can cause cancer. Federal officials say the program would produce a total of 330 pounds over 30 years at the Idaho National Laboratory, a sprawling site outside Idaho Falls some 100 miles to the west and upwind of Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Officials say the program could cost $1.5 billion and generate more than 50,000 drums of hazardous and radioactive waste. Project managers say that most if not all of the new plutonium is intended for secret missions and they declined to divulge any details. But in the past, it has powered espionage devices."

Full ref: http://www.nytimes.com/2005/06/27/politics/27nuke.html?ei=5065&en=dce782f4ec16c055&ex=1120536000&partner=MYWAY&pagewanted=print


in dah news: war till 2017 Jun. 28th, 2005 @ 10:14 am
"Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Sunday he anticipates even more violence in Iraq and acknowledged that the insurgency could go on for any number of years. Defeating the insurgency may take as long as 12 years, he said, with Iraqi security forces, not U.S. and foreign troops, taking the lead and finishing the job. The assessment comes shortly after the latest Associated Press-Ipsos poll showing public doubts about the war reaching a high point — with more than half saying that invading Iraq was a mistake."

and what a mistake! not for Bush oil though. ( http://msnbc.msn.com/id/8366705/ )
Other entries
» cracking down the 'anti-terrorism' network ;)
"An Italian judge on Friday ordered the arrests of 13 CIA officers
for secretly transporting a Muslim preacher from Italy to Egypt as part of U.S.
anti-terrorism efforts "

» New! USA approves the RACIAL pill!

Honestly, I couldn't really believe it :-p

[...] for the treatment of heart failure in black patients.

ok, for the fun of it: http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/050623/dcth067.html?.v=10

» CNN informs you...
"The chance of an attack with a weapon of mass destruction somewhere in the world in the next 10 years runs as high as 70 percent, arms experts have predicted in a U.S. survey." ... "The most likely scenario for a nuclear attack would be for terrorists to use a weapon they made themselves with material acquired on the black market, the survey said."

Now the 1 million dollar question for our new candidate George : In which country do you think those terrorists would plant such Bomb and why?
» ;)
flag burning is illigal now. I wonder if they are going to ban the anti-flagpunk music composers collective as well. An interesting way to enforce patriotism :)

"Supporters said the measure reflected patriotism that deepened after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, and they accused detractors of being out of touch with public sentiment."

In Soviet Russia we used to hear things like this :) later this evolved into group of people who were labeled as "enemy of the nation". These were made to be permanent residents of Archipelag Gulag and the large regions in Syberia.
» Preinstalled keyloggers in laptops, what's next
a funny article about a guy buying a brand new laptop and finding pre-installed hardware keylogger in his laptop. Rock on, the patriot act!
http://c0x2.de/lol/lol.html (kudos to meder for the link)

also, there's another one: http://www.snopes.com/computer/internet/dellbug.asp from Schneier blog
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