May 29, 2005 News

Things to Remember on Memorial Day
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was known in advance but nothing was done to stop it because the Roosevelt Administration wanted the propaganda effect of dead Americans to manipulate the country into a war.

¤ A U.S. Faith Initiative for Africa
¤ The bracelet may in fact be a ruse for installing ‘Big Brother’
¤ French voters reject EU charter

The cat is out of the bag
It is the minutes of a meeting on Iraq with Tony Blair. Matthew Rycroft, a Downing Street foreign policy aide, wrote the memo. Confirmed as legitimate, the memo is dated July 23, 2002. It stated, “Bush wanted to remove Saddam through military action, justified by the conjunction of terrorism and WMD. But the intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy. The NSC (National Security Council) had no patience with the U.N. route …”

U.S. keeps moving Mideast goal posts
Iraq must be invaded and Syria squeezed for not adhering to United Nations resolutions but Israel can go on ignoring them.
Israel can keep its reported 200 nuclear bombs but Iran and North Korea can’t have one. (They shouldn’t, on the less-than-perfect theory that those who have can and those who don’t can’t. But coming from Bush, the call rings hollow).

¤ ‘The world isn’t waiting for our politicians to get it’
¤ Insurgents Kill 30 As Iraqis Crack Down
¤ British aid for Serb on US terror list
¤ Double blast kills 22 in Indonesian market
¤ Setbacks pin ‘lame duck’ label on Bush
¤ U.S. Current Account Deficit may hit $900 billion
¤ Media quickly drops stories critical of Bush administration
¤ U.S. Expands Aid to Iran’s Democracy Advocates Abroad
¥ First it was nuclear weapons, no it is Democracy, if this fails, WAR.
¤ 31 dead in Iraq violence
¤ RAF bombing raids tried to goad Saddam into war
¤ Fla. County Urged to Ditch Voting Machines
¤ ‘It must stop completely’
¤ ‘I want to see for myself’

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