WarOnTerror

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George W. Bush Talks About Forcing Democracy in Middle East

I feel sorry for the guy joking to Bush about his legs being blown off; what a disgusting spectacle. Democracy is the tyranny of choice for globalists.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8957hfGIOwA

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Mowing the grass in Yemen

Claims that Awlaki was an Al-Qaeda leader or that he was directly involved in any terrorist action have never been substantiated. His murder was clearly just another feather in Obama’s warrior headdress as he launches his re-election campaign this autumn, notes Eric Walberg.

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10 Years Later, What is the Price and are we any more Free?

Today is the 10th anniversary of the war in Afghanistan and overall war on terror.

The site www.wecanwin.org just posted an article that deals with why we went in, the cost and benefits, and asks the question "was it really worth it?"

Here are a excerptsrpts:

"We knew soon after that it was Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda who was behind it and that they were being aided by the government of Afghanistan. Despite having a clear reason to engage in war we did not declare war and instead of declaring war on a nation or government we declared war on an idea itself, terrorism.

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America Was Assassinated along with al-Awlaki says Paul Craig Roberts.

September 30, 2011 was the day America was assassinated.

Some of us have watched this day approach and have warned of its coming, only to be greeted with boos and hisses from "patriots" who have come to regard the US Constitution as a device that coddles criminals and terrorists and gets in the way of the President who needs to act to keep us safe.

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Is the War on Terror a Hoax?Paul Craig Roberts

Who is Paul Craig Roberts? "I am a former staff associate of the House Defense Appropriations subcommittee. I required high security clearances as I had access to information pertaining to all US weapons programs. As chief economist of the House Budget Committee I had information pertaining to the US military and security budgets. As Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury, I was provided every morning with the CIA's briefing of the President as well as with endless security information.

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Top Secret America - PBS Frontline

A two-year examination into the massive, unwieldy, top-secret world the government has created in response to 9/11.

It explores the rise of the Terrorism Industrial-Complex.

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/topsecretamerica/

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Karen Kwiatkowski's Birthday Moneyblast

If you love upsetting neoconservatives, donate to Karen Kwiatkowski today!

Let's make Karen's birthday a memorable one for neocons and Republican shills by donating to her congressional campaign. (She's 51, so consider making a $51 donation or more.) http://tinyurl.com/3zpx2ml

She is contending for the Republican nomination in Virginia's 6th congressional district against a war-mongering Patriot Act/FISA supporter.

We're asking all Ron Paul supporters who believe in a noninterventionist foreign policy to support her candidacy.

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Karen Kwiatkowski Announced She Will Run for Congress!!

As if the 2012 election cycle couldn't get any better! Karen Kwiatkowski (ka-taw-skee) officially announced that she will contend for the Republican nomination in Virginia's 6th Congressional District!!!!

Why should we care, right? Here's why....

Lt. Colonel Kwiatkowski is the former Pentagon insider who exposed the neoconservatives' agenda to distort intelligence reports on Iraq. She refused to neglect her Constitutional duty -- defense against enemies foreign AND domestic -- despite conflicting pressures inside the Pentagon.

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Sept. 11 panel's forgotten concern: ‘paramilitary’ CIA

The 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks has focused attention again on the high-profile commission set up to investigate them, but one of the blue-ribbon panel’s most significant recommendations on how to combat terrorists is virtually ignored these days — and has been forcefully rejected by two successive administrations.

The 9/11 commission’s unanimous report issued in 2004 recommended that the CIA surrender control over “paramilitary” operations, specifically including unmanned armed drones, to the Defense Department’s Joint Special Operations Command.

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