Postings from July 15-1
ZACARIAS MOUSSAOUI AND THE 9-11 COVER-UP
Feds refuse to produce
Moussaoui witness "The Justice Department yesterday refused to produce
a key witness in the case against Zacarias Moussaoui, defying a federal court
order and acknowledging that the judge will likely dismiss the indictment
against the only person charged in the United States in connection with the
Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks."
Prosecutors stymied in Moussaoui case "Moussaoui remains in jail, and
even if the government loses the current battle it isn't about to let him go.
His case could be transferred to a military tribunal, where constitutional
protections are fewer and national security concerns probably would be
considered more important than a defendant's traditional rights under the
Constitution." 9-11 prior
knowledge archive Includes nearly a dozen links
showing government protection of Moussaoui.
Q&A: Moussaoui trial "He is
charged on four counts that carry the death penalty in the case of conviction—conspiracy
to commit acts of terrorism, to commit aircraft piracy, to destroy aircraft
and to use weapons of mass destruction. He is also charged with conspiracy to
kill US Government officials and destroy US Government property—two
lesser charges." Zacarias
Moussaoui timeline September 24, 2002:
Federal prosecutors say a business card found in the wreckage of Flight 93
provides a link between alleged conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui and hijacker Ziad
Jarrah. Supposedly a business card belonging to Jarrah has a phone number
written on it, and Moussaoui had once called that number.…Was it just incredible luck to have found this card a year
after 9/11, or could someone have created new evidence by writing a phone number
on a card?
Indictment of Zacarias Moussaoui "United States of America -v-
Zacarias Moussaoui, a/k/a 'Shaqil,' a/k/a 'Abu Khalid al Sahrawi,' Defendant."
Zacarias Moussaoui Numerous links
to relevant articles. Also see our 9-11
cover-up links page.
national house of waffles "Why does it always come to this in
Washington? The people who ascend to power on the promise of doing things
differently end up making the same unforced errors their predecessors did. "
(Real News 24/7: Commenting in 1946 about a U.S. foreign policy that
consistently was aiding International Communism and going against our national
interests, a pattern some wrote off to stupid decision making, Secretary of the
Navy James Forrestal declared: "Consistency has never been a mark of stupidity .
If they [the policymakers] were merely stupid, they would occasionally make a
mistake in our favor." The answer is treason. For more on Forrestal, see
"Our leaders hold a gun to our heads," below on 7-12. )
journalists expose the myth of a free press Jane Akrehas (formerly of
Fox News): "After our struggle to air an honest report, Fox fired the general
manager [of our station]. The new GM said that if we didn’t agree to changes
that the lawyers were insisting upon, we’d be fired for insubordination in 48
hours. We pleaded with [him] to look at the facts we’d uncovered. His reply: 'We
paid $3 billion dollars for these TV stations. We’ll tell you what the news is.
The news is what we say it is!'"
Appeals court rejects Branch Davidian claim "A federal appeals court
rejected an attempt by survivors to collect damages from the government for the
deadly 1993 confrontation outside Waco, Texas, between federal agents and
members of the Branch Davidian cult. "
Mel Gibson's The Passion—Watch
the video clip here. (Please read the notice below
concerning new video page posted 7-17.)
As many people have experienced problems loading
the video to which we initially linked, we have remedied the difficulty by
finding a page from another site. The new page actually includes the same
problem links on the top row of videos, but the three on the bottom row all play
rather easily and are of good quality. The center video—and perhaps the
all-around best of the three, although somewhat dark-looking—requires a bit of buffering. The first link on the bottom row plays immediately
generally excellent quality (though a
little pixelly in a one or two places), while the third also starts right away
and has arguably the sharpest video image, but, on the downside, also the smallest viewing area.
(Not yet rated, but, due to scenes of
graphic suffering, not recommended for children under 16. Scroll down to
"Trailer." May require Quicktime
upgrade. Read a critique of video
here.) This intense, deeply-felt version of the death of
Christ continues to be the center of a raging controversy, despite the fact that
it isn't due in theaters for nine months. Jewish groups such as the
Anti-Defamation League, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the American Jewish
Committee and Jewish Defense League (with some support from a few leftwing
theologians who were part of the ADL's "ad hoc committee of Catholic and Jewish
scholars") have all taken potshots at the film, suggesting it is anti-Semitic and urging Gibson to change its message to
suit them. But beneath the surface the attacks aren't just about the movie. According to the Christian
Science Monitor's Jane Lampman in
Gibson's Passion, "Some Jews
and Christians suggest that the New Testament itself is anti-Semitic. So
concerned are some over the continuing impact of historical interpretation that
an October 2001 article in the Jewish magazine Moment asked, 'Can
Christianity be purged of anti-Semitism without changing the Gospels?'" This,
according to Dr. Ted Baehr in Beware the bigoted
kibbitzers, is part of a larger attack: "Telling Christians what to think about their own faith has
become the fashion in the media, but that does not make it right. It is a base
form of religious bigotry and exposes the agenda of the bigots who want to
eliminate Jesus, the Bible and Bible-believing Christians from the marketplace
7-14-03 A question of trust "Four months after the war started, at least one piece of key evidence has
turned out to be false, the U.S. has yet to find weapons of mass destruction,
and American soldiers keep dying in a country that has not greeted its
liberators the way the Administration predicted it would. Now the false
assertion and the rising casualties are combining to take a toll on Bush's
standing with the public."
Bush defends intelligence
as "darn good" Can you believe this?
Rumsfeld loses it
as he admits he misled Senate Oh, and he also gave this classic
non-answer when challenged as to whether WMDs have been found: "They have found
things—they have not found things that when
one aggregates them and looks at them that they would say, 'Aha, there it is,'
but they are finding things, and then what they do is, they take the materials,
and they send them to several different laboratories to be tested. Then it comes
back, and it's not what you thought it might be. They send some more out, and it
comes back, and it's a dual use.…(blah, blah, blah
blah blah, etc.!)"
Dug-up Iraqi parts'
potential faces doubt About those "things" Rumsfeld talks about:
"A top U.N. weapons hunter says it would have been
'virtually impossible' for Iraq to revive a nuclear bomb program with equipment
recently dug up from a Baghdad backyard, as the Bush administration contends."
Proof that the attack on the USS Liberty was not a "tragic accident"
Israeli pilot say he knew it was an American ship
7-13-03 Why Bush's war
may lead to increased Muslim militancy
Iraqi governing council named
"The new Iraqi leadership sat in a semicircle of chairs on stage at a downtown
Baghdad convention center, some dressed in traditional white Arab robes, some
in clerical garb and some in business suits - while the top U.S. administrator
in Iraq, L. Paul Bremer (right), and other dignitaries looked on."
Why did the Bush Administration really decide to invade Iraq? "What
the neo-conservatives in the Bush Administration fail to realize is that Iraq
and Iran are majority Shiite and Syria majority radical Sunni so that if these
countries were to become true democracies they would elect anti-American
tyrants and terrorists as their leaders. In fact, Iran is a democracy today
and has done precisely that. Now Osama bin Laden calls for Unity
for the blessed obligation of jihad: The rise of the Muslim nation starts
now "George Bush may go down in the annals of history as the best thing
that ever happened to the Muslim Ummah. With the invasion and rapid occupation
of Iraq, just one year after the invasion and occupation of Afghanistan, and
with talk of further invasions into Syria, Iran, Egypt and Pakistan, it has
become abundantly clear to the whole world that America intends to control all
of the oil-rich Arab countries and furthermore, it believes this can be easily
accomplished." From Sept.
11 to the fall of Saddam "After all, even if there is not the least
connection between Al-Qaeda and Saddam, and even if Sept. 11 has nothing to do
with the embargo imposed on Iraq, what could the Americans take from Bin
Laden? His life? It is worthless now. His $300 million? They are a drop in the
ocean.…Yet if Bin Laden seemed worthless,
Saddam appealed almost naturally to the American vendetta."
7-13-03 Hillary a
Shabbos preacher Remember, dear girl, we voted you in and we can vote
7-13-03 Hear Scott Ritter
at Traprock Peace Center (link to page with one-hour audio) Ex-Marine
and U.N. weapons inspector Ritter on the Iraqi War: "It's President Bush that's
killing Americans; he put them in harm's war...We're waging an illegal war of
Betting everything on a hoax about Iraq "The documents were appallingly
crude. The letterhead on one document was obviously transplanted from some
other, presumably genuine, paper; the signature of the president of Niger was
copied; and, most telling of all, one signature was supposedly written by a
minister who had been out of office for over a decade." (Real News 24/7:
We went to war over this?)
Manifesto for world dictatorship
"In declaring itself dictator of the world, The United States will have no
accountability to non-United States citizens. It will bomb who it likes when it
likes, and change regimes when and as it sees fit, it will not be subject to
investigations for war crimes, for torture, or for breaches of fundamental human
rights." (Real News 24/7: Scary how close this sounds to what's happening
today. The manifesto includes an endorsement of the African Union—see
related articles for 7-12-03.)
African Union vows to end wars
"The second summit of the infant African Union ended in Maputo
yesterday, with heads of state appointing a leadership to oversee collective
action to end the civil wars tearing the continent apart."
Africa elects its
first president But what role does the United States play? Was it just
coincidence that Bush and Colin Powell happened to be visiting the continent the
same week that this globalist move was taking place? (Real News 24/7:
Full-fledged world government draws a step closer.) Flashback:
The first summit of the Union
"An ultimate aim is for the organization to have a single African
parliament, court of justice and central bank, although leaders acknowledge it
will be several years before they are likely to take shape."
Australia's PM says
they'll go to war if they must Howard, the Bush-Blair yes man, rattles
his saber. So, you want to pick a fight with North Korea, do you? Sorry, John,
but nobody's buying this as long as its big brother, Communist China, is around.
So stop the silly talk.
sues Maine dairy over label's hormone remarks "In another sign of how
contentious food labeling issues have become in recent years, the Monsanto
Company has sued a small milk producer in Portland, Me., over the labeling of
its dairy products."
Jewish censorship prevails in Australia "Melbourne Underground Film
Festival (MUFF) organizers cancelled the planned screening of the film on
Thursday night because of fears of a protest by Jewish groups."
7-12-03 Flashback: Dr. Henry Makow
Our leaders hold a gun to our
heads "These deviants and their high-priced toadies constitute the
global elite. The CIA, MI-5/6, the Mossad and every major intelligence agency
owe their loyalty directly to this elite. These agencies have the additional
function of operating the annual $500 billion drug trade, which has been a
source of elite power for more than 200 years. These agencies executed the World
Trade Center and Oklahoma City attacks. This cabal is probably responsible for
95% of the “terrorist” acts and political assassinations of the last 100 years.
The totality of its control of the United States is brought home by what happens
to people who stand in their way.…They are
say "blob" is sperm whale
Tenet takes blame for uranium
claim "CIA Director George Tenet said Friday that he was responsible for
President Bush’s false allegation in his State of the Union address that Baghdad
was trying to buy uranium in Africa, a key part of Bush’s argument for military
action in Iraq." Pat Buchanan:
Naked Forgery "Now, with Americans dying daily in our own Gaza Strip in
Iraq, we learn that the critical document on which the president relied was also
a naked forgery. Someone fabricated the document that supposedly proved Iraq was
secretly trying to buy uranium from Niger."
7-11-03 Long haul
for troops in Iraq "American troops could still be in Iraq four years
from now, the war's former commander told members of Congress concerned about
persistent, deadly attacks." (Real News 24/7: Members of Congress
need the courage to look Bush and company square in the eye and say: Not four
years, not one year. Too many Americans and Iraqis have died, for what?
Bring our troops home now!)
President's real goal in Iraq Neocon
Donald Kagan, co-chairman of 2000's Project for the New American Century:
"People worry a lot about how the Arab street is going to react.…Well, I see
that the Arab street has gotten very, very quiet since we started blowing things
for five-year-olds "should be compulsory" "Compulsory sex education for
five-year-olds will be demanded today by government advisers on teenage
pregnancy, as an essential step towards halving the under-18 conception rate by
"should have sex classes" "But Robert Whelan of the campaign group
Family and Youth Concern said: 'We are opposed to sex education in primary
schools. It is far too young. It is a form of child abuse.…'"
Peer's battle to halt
kinky sex lessons "A former education minister has warned that children
as young as 11 could be involved in classroom discussions of perverse sexual
practices as a result of proposed changes in the law."
report on 9-11 to be "explosive" Yeah, right. What about the Israeli
"art student" spy ring?
UK: Iraq weapons "unlikely to be found"
political editor Andrew Marr said 'very senior sources' in Whitehall had
virtually ruled out the possibility of finding the weapons.…Former
Foreign Secretary Robin Cook said the admissions were a 'dramatic development'
and ex-Prime Minister John Major (photo) has called for a full independent inquiry into
the basis for war."
Tories step up push for Iraq inquiry Major: "Unless this is cleared up
there is a danger that, were a similar circumstance to arise, Parliament and
public would not have the faith they have had in the past."
We won't find WMDs: British
officials "This is a dramatic development. Remember the government told
us that Saddam had real weapons, which made him a real and present danger - and
that's why we had to go to war there and then."
Powell: No apology on uranium charge Apology? You don't get no stinkin'
Insiders are coming out "When was the last time we got a straight answer
out of the Bush administration?…In the
vacuum, we wind up getting answers like the one Don Rumsfeld delivered on
February 12, 2002 when faced with pointed press questions about terrorism: 'As
we know, there are known knowns. There are things we know we know. We also know
there are known unknowns. That is to say we know there are some things we do not
know. But there are also unknown unknowns, the ones we don't know we don't
know.'" (Real News 24/7: Boy, Bill Clinton has nothing on Rummy in the
"non-answer disguised as answer" department! This article also quotes Rand
Beers, ex-Bush advisor now assisting John Kerry, on how the War on Terrorism
lacks sufficient funding, which means that Beers is part of the problem
himself. What the nation doesn't need is further expanding of an already
elephantine federal budget, but people in Washington determined to get to the
bottom of the lies and skullduggery that are covering up the real 9-11 scenario
[don't hold your breath for the "independent" commission to come through], just
as they are now need for an Iraqi War investigation. Unfortunately, Diogenes
would have a formidable task searching for an "honest man" inside the Beltway.
much less enough of them to make a difference against a firmly entrenched
Arab League blasts Israeli minister for statement on drowning prisoners
"The Arab League on Thursday condemned remarks by extreme right-wing Israeli
minister Avigdor Lieberman who said Palestinian prisoners should be drowned in
the Dead Sea rather than released. 'These statements full of hatred are clear
evidence of the aggressive practices that hamper the Middle East peace process,'
the spokesman for League Secretary General Amr Mussa said." ( Real News 24/7:
If Saddam Hussein had talked about drowning enemy prisoners, the Bush
Administration would have used it as "Exhibit A" for why we need to invade Iraq!
But Avignor Lieberman can say the same thing on the floor of the Knesset and it
doesn't provoke a so much as a whimper of protest from Washington's Israel First
Aussie film festival cans David Irving movie; replaces it with Israeli
propaganda flick! Despite winning court approval to show Irving's The
Search for Truth in History, the Melbourne Underground Film Festival (MUFF)
opts, instead, for the pro-Israeli Relentless: the struggle for peace in
Israel. According to its website, MUFF is showing the latter "a suggested
addition from Michael Lipshutz and the Australian Jewish Community Council (AJCC)."
(Real News 24/7: AJCC is the pressure group that sought to ban the Irving
film Question: If MUFF is in existence to show films that otherwise
won't be seen, how does showing Relentless—which,
as a film extolling the virtues of the Zionist state, can count on wide
distribution—even remotely fit the category of banned motion
gets a brain "The military is scheduled to issue contracts for Combat
Zones That See, or CTS, as early as September.…CTS
would coordinate the cameras, gathering their views in a single information
storehouse. The goal, according to a recent Pentagon presentation to defense
contractors, is to 'track everything that moves'.…'This
gives the U.S. government capabilities Big Brother only pretended to have,' said
John Pike, director of Globalsecurity.org,
a defense think tank."
CTS is a brainchild of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
(DARPA), the defense agency that has spawned such
entities as the sinister Total (now changed to "Terrorist," after
many Americans voiced concerns over the Orwellian implications) Information
Awareness office and the Brain Machine Interface. Also from DARPA is
LifeLog, a digital super diary that
captures and analyzes a multimedia record of everywhere a subject goes and
everything he or she sees, hears, reads, says and touches. Data is captured by a
camera, microphone and sensors worn by the user. The fear
of a future where the government knows
every thought and action of a person is often written off as the paranoid
delusion of "conspiracy nuts," but these projects show unmistakably that the
technologies to achieve such population control are in existence and just need
to be coordinated to arrive at that state.
approves $368B defense bill The bill, which represents a 1.3 percent
increase over spending in the current fiscal year, "also extends for another
year Congress' ban on the use of any funds, without further specific consent of
Congress, to implement the Pentagon's controversial Terrorism Information
Awareness program domestically against U.S. citizens."
IBM, Cray, Sun awarded
grants from DARPA for supercomputers
Big brother is tracking you
"In a country with a tradition of civil liberty, TIA faces challenges.
Opposition ranges from the left-wing American Civil Liberties Union to the
right-wing American Conservative Union. The libertarian contention: TIA could be
misused to spy on the blameless, data in commercial/government databases is
often incorrect and every false positive leads to harassment."
Civil defense vs. civil
liberties "'In my conversations with people from across the political
spectrum, I hear one refrain over and over: If we give up our freedoms in the
name of national security, we will have lost the war on terrorism,' said Laura
W. Murphy, director of the ACLU Washington Legislative Office, in a statement
Two who love Big Brother Not everyone is concerned over the
potential destruction of civil liberties that such technology poses. Microsoft's
Bill Gates, addressing a homeland-security conference, said
Orwell was wrong about
Big Brother and cited current law-enforcement efforts to share criminal
databases, but predicted that, "unless this system is properly connected to the
entire Homeland Security command structure, the potential will not be fully
realized." Judge Robert Bork, author and
Reagan nominee for the Supreme Court, in an essay "Civil
Liberties since 9-11," takes up the Bush position and calls for even
tighter "security" measures.
Mossad: Masterminds of global terror? That the major news media have
chosen to ignore these stories, rather than go after them tooth and nail like
the cutting edge investigative journalists they promote themselves as being, is,
in a word, criminal.
Falkland veteran's grief for soldier son "Like everyone else I had to
trust the information we were being given and the reasons for going to war. But
now I am asking 'What was it for?' and 'What did my son die for?'" (How many
other parents will be asking the same
questions before it's over?)
7-9-03 Charley Reese: Eden long
gone "Recently, an American Army vehicle ran over a 10-year-old boy. It
didn't stop. That did not sit well with the Iraqis who saw it happen. I hope it
was the case that the soldiers didn't realize they had hit him.…But
the boy's family thinks they knew. They think the American soldiers just didn't
care that they had killed an Iraqi child."
7-8-03 Deck stacked
against defendants as military tribunal looms
Cop, prosecutor, defense lawyer,
judge, jury & hangman all in one—America's
Kangaroo Justice "If we are expecting compassion from the American
President then we should think again. This is the man who mocked an appeal for
clemency made by convicted murderer Faye Tucker during an interview with
Talk magazine. Bush pursed his lips, squinted his eyes and said in a
high-pitched feminine voice, 'please don't kill me.'"
British MPs oppose
Guantanamo trials "US President George W Bush decided on Thursday that
six of them, including Britons [Moazzam] Begg and [Feroz] Abbasi and
Australian David Hicks, should face trial in a military tribunal rather than
in a regular court. The announcement sparked a wave of protest from human
rights groups who said the tribunals would be a 'legal black hole.'" For
Hicks (right) and others arrested and detained without charge after 9-11, the
prospects for getting a fair chance in court are indeed remote.
Fair trial fear for Aussies
Former Bush Sr. aide to act as "defense attorney" for suspected al-Qaeda
members at secret military tribunal. (Maybe they're afraid this is going to be
a kangaroo court.) U.S. free to
tap Hick's calls Can anyone really expect justice to be served when
suspects' rights are being denied?
Terror suspect won't
get fair trial in U.S. "U.S. National Association of Criminal Defense
Lawyers (NACDL) president Lawrence Goldman said there would be no
confidentiality between lawyers and clients, which is held to be a basic tenet
of legal representation, and that would make it virtually impossible for a
trial to be fair." Camp X-Ray.org
"Camp X-Ray is the code name for the internment camp in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
that the U.S. is using to house Afghan suspects it has detained. We are
concerned that Human Rights Violations are occurring or that the U.S. is
giving the world the appearance of a government that violates Human Rights."
Fair go for David Hicks A website
asking that Hicks and other Aussie prisoners at Guantanamo be treated
according to the Geneva Convention, have the law of Habeas Corpus apply for
them and if charged with any crimes, be repatriated to Australia to stand
festival wins legal row "A Jewish group has lost its legal fight to stop
the screening of a documentary made by Holocaust skeptic David Irving. The
Melbourne Underground Film Festival is set to screen Irving's The Search for
Truth in History this Thursday, followed by a live telephone interview with
the British historian."
House admits factual error in State of the Union address Oh, and it just
so happened to be an error that helped sell us on going to war. What, if
anything, that's been said about Iraq hasn't been wrong?
BBC: Bush "warned over
uranium claim" "The CIA warned the US Government that claims about
Iraq's nuclear ambitions were not true months before President Bush used them to
make his case for war.…"
South Carolina radio
co-host is suing Clear Channel The lawsuit contends she was fired for
opposing the Iraqi War. Clear Channel Communications, the broadcast media giant
with ties to Bush, has made it a consistent policy nationwide for its affiliates
to be rabidly pro-war and has even sponsored pro-war rallies.
7-7-03 The Anti-Christian Zionists
On March 25,
(in some reports, 12—photo, right) was shot and killed by trigger-happy
Israeli soldiers as she drove in a residential area of Bethlehem with her
parents and older sister. The Israeli Defense Force claimed it was
a case of mistaken identity,
but, according to an eyewitness, they
refused to allow an ambulance to come to the scene and Christine, whose father
is the headmaster of a Greek Orthodox school, was not taken to a hospital for
more than half-an-hour after receiving her fatal wounds.
While Christine Saadeh's death may have been a tragic accident, there are
numerous other instances in which Zionists in Israel have committed deliberate
anti-Christian acts. The fact that these events are almost entirely unknown
outside of the Holy Land is testimony to how well the Israel First spin machine
is a burying any and all stories that do not fit the "Israel can do no wrong"
propaganda matrix. The articles below defy the blackout.
attacks on Christian: 1944-1995 Completely ignored by the
pro-Israeli news media, the neocons and Christian Zionists are the numerous
terrorist or other belligerent acts perpetrated prior to
the establishment of the State of Israel by the Zionists who seized Palestine
and, subsequently, by the Israelis, against Christians and church property.
Among the criminal acts conveniently thrown down the memory hole are:
St. George's Cathedral in Jerusalem. On 3 Feb. 1944 three Jews
were surprised as they tried to set a bomb at the gate of St. George's Cathedral
which the British High Commissioner would pass on his way to Sunday service.
French Catholic Ratisbonne School. On 20 Nov, 1947 Jews smashed
of the Virgin Mary in the enclosure.
German Catholic Church of Jerusalem. On 16 Feb. 1948 Jews threw
hand grenades into the yard of the church.
Dormito Abbey, Mt. Zion. Also on 16 Feb. 1948 a bomb was thrown
by the Haganah into the garden barely missing two fathers.
While the above article only covers up to the year 1995, such
instances still continue, as is seen in the accompanying articles.
Anti-Christian feelings exploding in Israel Statement by the late Israel
Shahak, professor at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, on Jewish hatred towards
Christianity: "Dishonoring Christian religious symbols is an old religious duty
in Judaism. Spitting on the cross, and especially on the Crucifix, and spitting
when a Jew passes a church, have been obligatory from around AD 200 for pious
Israel implements actively anti-Christian policies "It is not
enough that Israeli laws allow for the imprisonment of preachers and
missionaries, that Israeli laws allow for the stripping of Christian immigrants
of their Israeli citizenship and for their deportation, that the Knesset of
Israel has debated rendering the praising of Jesus punishable by mandatory
prison sentence." (Emphasis in original)
Behind the Iraq dossier hoax: Intelligence was cooked in Israel "The
essential facts are as follows: Two days before (Secretary of State Colin)
Powell's UN appearance, 10 Downing Street issued a 16-page paper, "Iraq: Its
Infrastructure of Concealment, Deception, and Intimidation," purportedly based
on high-level British intelligence data. In fact, at least 11 of the 16 pages
were lifted, verbatim, from an Israeli journal, Middle East Review of
International Affairs, whose sole proprietor is Dr. Barry Rubin, an
American-born Israeli citizen."
7-7-03 Quizzing them on
9-11 Contact the
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States and urge
them to publicly examine the classified information about the Israeli spies
arrested after the attacks. For a quick overview, see
Intelligence agents or art students? "Indeed, says a senior Justice
Department official briefed on an ongoing multi-agency task force, 'We think
there is something quite sinister here but are unable at this time to put our
finger on it.' But, said another federal law-enforcement source: 'The
higher-ups don't want to deal with this and neither does the FBI because it
involves Israel'" (emphasis added) or for more extensive background
material, see the "Israeli Spy Ring"
No Arabs aboard Flight 77 "It seemed simple to me. . .produce the names
of all the bodies identified by the AFIP [Armed Forces Institute of Pathology]
and compare it with the publicized list of passengers. So, I sent a Freedom of
Information Act (FOIA) request to the AFIP and asked for an expedited response,
because we were getting ready to send our boys to war on the pretext that Osama/Sadaam
had done the deed. Fourteen months later, a few US soldiers dead, many Iraqi
civilians pushing up daisies, and I finally get the list."
Joseph Farrah: Impeach the "Sodomy 6"
"Who are the "Sodomy 6"? Stephen G. Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sandra
Day O'Connor, David H. Souter, John Paul Stevens and Anthony Kennedy. These
are the Supreme Court justices who have found hidden in the U.S. Constitution
a right to practice homosexual sodomy.…These
people have to go." (Emphasis added)
Pat Buchanan Supreme
Court isn't supreme "Congress should
re-enact the Defense of Marriage Act,
restricting marriage to men and women, and add this provision: 'This law is
not subject to review by the U.S. Supreme Court.'" (Emphasis added)
National Law Journal:
military might wait their turn in court "Gay rights advocates,
energized by the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark sodomy ruling, plan litigation
across a broad front. The justices' decision…is
viewed by supporters and critics as a sweeping tool that will be used in
courthouses, city council meetings and private employment places to attack
discrimination against homosexuals in all its forms."
Constitution make it in global age? Supreme Court Justice Stephen
Breyer disputes Justice Antonin Scalia's contention that the views of foreign
jurists are irrelevant under the U.S. Constitution; his comments help prepare
way for rule by World Court.
7-6-03 The Christian Zionists
"Zionist Christians" illegitimate "At a conference this week, Palestinian
leaders declared American Christians who support Israel's right to the Holy Land
based on biblical grounds have no connection to true Christianity."
extremists and Christian fundamentalists: the alliance "What is
the message of the Christian Zionist? Simply stated it is this: Every act taken
by Israel is orchestrated by God, and should be condoned, supported, and even
praised by the rest of us.…They believe that what
Israel wants is what God wants. Therefore, it is perfectly acceptable to give
the green light to whatever it is Israel wants and then conceal this from the
American people. Anything, including lies, theft, even murder, is justified as
long as Israel wants it."
Christian Zionists and
the political implications of rebuilding the Temple " "Christian
support for the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple is also invariably linked to the
political claims of exclusive Jewish sovereignty over not only the Temple Mount
(see above right photo of Israeli protesters) and Jerusalem but much of
the Middle East as well.…Far from
demonstrating a ministry of reconciliation to all nations, which is at the heart
of the Christian faith, Zionism perpetuates religious intolerance and
ethnic violence. Fuelled by a fatalistic conviction of an imminent apocalyptic
war, Christian Zionists are indeed, 'anxious for Armageddon.'" This is evident
in the article, "Open the gates!," on
the website of the International Christian Zionist Center (ICZC), in which
they write of of their "prophetic rendezvous" with "the Temple Mount Faithful -
a group of Bible-believing Jews that has for years been working to re-establish
de facto Jewish sovereignty on God's Holy Hill." (See photo left of ICZC at
Temple Mount) Apocalypse Now "American
evangelicals, according to former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu,
'are the Israelis' best friend in the whole world.' In return, they dubbed him
“the Ronald Reagan of Israel."
Saddam destroyed weapons in 1990s "Evidence given in the US this week
suggests that US intelligence analysts lacked new, hard information about
Saddam's weapons after United Nations inspectors left Iraq in 1998."
U.K.: Where does the paper
trail lead An interview with Glen Rangwala, the Cambridge lecturer who
revealed that the second dossier issued by Prime Minister Tony Blair's staff
(and used by Secretary of State Colin Powell at the United Nations to justify the invasion of Iraq)
had been plagiarized, on what to expect the House of Commons Foreign Affairs
Select Committee's report. (Real News 24/7: In answer to a question about
how to determine if Iraq had or was planning to make WMDs, Rangwala replied
"Simply the only way is to let the United Nations inspection teams go back to
Iraq and continue their work." This is wrong headed for more than one reason.
First, the U.N. teams have checked for them and found nothing, which is
consistent with what previous inspectors such as Scott Ritter had been saying
all along. Further, it is now three months since victory was declared and a
search of over 200 suspected facilities has turned up nothing. The claim that
the weapons are well hidden doesn't wash, either; if Saddam Hussein had posed
the great and immediate threat Bush and his neocon spin doctors continue to
claim, it is absurd to believe he would not have used them against the invasion
force since he knew the goal was to topple him from power, in which event, he
would never be able to use them Over and above these consideration,
however, is Rangwala's suggestion that the "only way" to find them is to send
the U.N. teams back into Iraq. There notion that they could suddenly uncover
what neither they nor the coalition troops could find after many months of
scouring the country is ridiculous, but besides being ridiculous, it's downright
dangerous. Why? Because it is acknowledging the United Nations as having
the authority to act as only a government can act and every time the U.N.
is permitted such power solidifies the coalescing of a world government. But
wait, defenders of the U.N. will say, what about Saddam and others like him. If
we don't have inspection teams, then we won't know if they are stockpiling
weapons. The answer is that there are other ways to know, such as satellites. No
matter, though, because the threat of a despot is far less that of a
all-encompassing world government that sees man—not
God—as the source of human rights.)
7-6-03 Lying redefined
"In a very short time, the Bush/PNAC administration has accomplished a
rather extraordinary feat. Using their well honed skills for surreptitious
manipulation, the Bush Cartel has cleverly disguised the fabrications and
distortions uttered by the President to make them more palatable to the gullible
public. George W. Bush never, ever lies! He may not be telling the truth, but,
glory be, George W. Bush, like our legendary first president, simply cannot tell
Paleoconservatives explained (and why they're the bane of neocons) "Paleos
are losers, at least politically, which is what makes them so attractive. They
do not share the popular prejudices of the American Street. They recognize the
dangers of militant Islam, but do not believe that bombing Arab women and
children is the answer to the problem. They are pro-life and pro-death penalty.
They are anti-big business and anti-big government. There is no party line,
however; no ideology.…"
Paleoconservative Digest A lively
blog of paleocon thought.
It's later than you think: the New World Order is just around the corner
"Don't be fooled into thinking the the US is some valiant bulwark
against globalism. Our legislative, judicial, and executive branches are not
only greasing the rails, but pouring coals to the locomotive as well. And here
we sit in the dining car, blissfully playing Canasta while our destiny is
decided for us because we care not for where the train is going, as long as
our glass is full and our seat cushions soft." New World Order
Commentary: U.S. needs
independence from U.N. "A new Dark Age of ignorance and serfdom
is waiting if the U.S. does not take action to withdraw its blessing and its
support. When the U.S. does withdraw its support, the U.N. will be assigned to
the trash heap of history just as the League of Nations was." To accomplish
this, please urge your Representative to support the
Restoration Act of 2003.
Fleischer defends Campbell over Iraq Welcome to the Liars' Club.
7-5-03 Bill Clinton
as NATO Chief? "One of Norway’s most highly profiled and
right-wing politicians, Carl I. Hagen, is urging the nomination of former U.S.
President Bill Clinton as new NATO boss," reported Norway’s Aftenposten on June
17th. Hagen, head of Norway’s Progress Party, insists that "NATO’s new leader
should have international authority," continued the report. "He thinks Clinton,
therefore, is the perfect choice." (Real News 24/7: Since when is a
"right-wing politician" an internationalist? One of the distinguishing
marks of those on the Right, whatever their individual differences might be, is
that they defend the notion of national sovereignty. This
just goes to show that phony conservatives
are active the world over.)
Defensive use of guns underreported "The media conditions many to oppose
guns because reporting of incidents when firearms are used negatively is so much
more prevalent than coverage of when guns protect lives and property, which is
estimated by researchers to be more than 2 million times a year – most never
involving the firing of shots."
"gay rights" vow state-by-state fight Well, maybe Christian civilization
isn't dead yet, after all!
July 4th, 2003
Americans celebrate nation's birthday as
rages abroad—and at home
We hold these truths to be self-evident,
that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed
by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are
Life, Liberty and the
Pursuit of Happiness—That to secure these
Rights, Governments are instituted among Men,
deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed, that whenever any
Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People
to alter or abolish it and to institute new Government,…
Declaration of Independence
America will never be destroyed from the
outside. If we falter
and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.
it is distressing to to see the wretched shape in which our nation finds
herself both at home and abroad on this great holiday, we can find much solace
in knowing that she has weathered a great many storms of similar dimensions.
Still, the conflict being fought by U.S. troops half-way around the world, a
conflict both unclear in its origins and in its goals, needs to be questioned
by Americans. Among those questions:
Did certain people in our government—let
us call them what they are…traitors—know beforehand of the
plans to attack our country on September 11, 2001, yet do nothing or, even
worse, were complicit in those plans?
Why were scores of Israelis arrested for spying in the
United States shortly after 9-11, only to be deported without explanation?
Why was this crucial story totally ignored by the news
media, with the lone exception of Fox News
(which quickly dropped it, as though it was told to do so)? What
figures in government saw to it that the story was killed, so Americans were
left in the dark?
In November 2002 Bush advisor
Richard Perle revealed to British Parliament that (contrary to the lies the
American people were being told) the U.S. would invade Iraq regardless
of whether Weapons of Mass Destruction were found there. Why was this
critical story also spiked?
our troops needlessly have been placed into a hostilities overseas, at
home the nation groans as a terrible culture war ensues. The same subversive
forces, hateful of traditional American values, have succeeded in imposing
their will on the masses in myriad ways: abortion, attacks against
Christianity and even its right to have a say in the "marketplace of ideas,"
blasphemy, birth control, feminism, gun control, pornography, sex education
and sexual promiscuity (including, to some extent, the "pedophile priests" and
their counterparts in other faiths), are some of the baneful results visited
upon the nation by these social terrorists. Going even beyond abortion to the
liquidation of post-natal "undesirables," one prominent culture subversive,
"animal rights" activist Professor Peter Singer of Princeton, has advocated a
Hitler-like "euthanasia" for the mentally or physically handicapped and for
"less-than-human" babies under a month old. Of this "humanist" proposal a
paraphrase of Orwell is in order: All humans are equal, but some are more
equal than others." In June they scored another victory when the
"conservative" U.S. Supreme Court voted to legalize homosexual acts (next the
sodomites will push the country to follow the sad lead of Canada, where "gay"
parodies of marriage are given the equivalent status of the real thing).
this is justified by appealing to Thomas Jefferson's famous phrase "wall
of separation between of church and state," which is twisted to mean something
never intended by him. Jefferson
specifically was contending that no particular denomination, be it Episcopal,
Presbyterian, Catholic, Methodist, etc., be established as a state religion (a
common practice in European countries that many early Americans had come here
to avoid), and this was always the sense in which
it was interpreted until the last 40 years or so. Jefferson never would
have approved, say, the recent court ruling that seeks to take "under God"
from the Pledge of Allegiance. But, then, how could he? It was he,
after all, who penned the immortal phrase "endowed by their Creator with
certain inalienable rights," a phrase which "violates" the "wall of
separation" as interpreted by his would-be modern proponents.
must be silent no more as the forces of evil succeed, in piecemeal
fashion, to gut our nation of these rights and eventually submerge it into a
godless New World Order in which government, not God, is portrayed as
the giver of rights. It is the purpose of Real News 24/7 to
provide information to help Americans (and people of goodwill throughout the
world) combat this wickedness in high places. We hold that this battle is not
only being fought on in the physical world, but in the spiritual one, as well.
Consequently, it is a conflict that must be fought with the weapons of the
spirit, of which prayer is a principal one. But it is imperative that we do
all in our power to fight on the temporal plane with every morally permissible
means at our disposal, which includes providing vital knowledge to our
neighbor that is being concealed (or presented as half-truths) by the
powers-that-be. As St. Augustine said: "Pray as if everything depends on
God, but work as if everything depends on you."
follows are some website that commemorate Independence Day:
Capitol Fourth This PBS page about the annual Washington, D.C.,
observance has much more than just information about the concert and
performers, including Presidents' reflections on the Fourth, holiday tips, a
timeline, and histories of the holiday and of Old Glory
on the Fourth of July Take this challenging quiz to find out how much
you really know about the holiday, by answering questions such as:
"Name three U.S. presidents who died on the Fourth of July."
Declaration of Independence website. "This site provides a wealth of
information about the signers of the Declaration, the history of the
Declaration, and an online version of the Declaration for you to read." It
does, plus provide links to other sites of interest.
An Oration on the
Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence Noah Webster's powerful
reiteration of our nation's founding principles: "The undisguised
encroachments of power give the alarm and excite resistance . . . but the
approaches of despotism, under cover of popular favor, are insidious and often
deceive the most discerning friends of a free government."
of July Celebrations Database This site, though geared for
grade-schoolers, has much of interest for all ages, including speeches (with
audio in some cases), "What the Presidents did on the Fourth of July" (1969-
Nixon spends the holiday weekend in Key Biscayne, Fla., where he watches a
parade and exchanges messages with anthropologist Thor Heyerdahl, who is on
"Expedition Ra" on his way across the Atlantic), "Numerical Symbolism and the
Fourth of July" and "A Chronology of Notable Fourth of July Events" [for
example, 1995- Dunbarton, N.H., welcomes five candidates (Bob Dole, Kansas;
Senator Phil Gramm, Texas; Patrick Buchanan; Bob Dornan, Calif.; Alan Keyes)
for the presidential nominations; in Oklahoma City, Okla., all flags are
raised to full staff at 9:02 a.m., the exact time that the Federal Building
there was bombed (19 April); in Indianapolis, the Fourth is the final
Independence Day flag raising at Fort Benjamin Harrison, due to its closing in
the Army's downsizing; the first July 4th celebration occurs in Hanoi, Vietnam
by 500 Americans since the end of the War and on the site where the former
American Consulate stood ].
Bush addresses the nation (Refer to Noah Webster remark above)
Anger as Britons named
for U.S. terror trials "Two Britons will be among the first terror
suspects to be tried by the United States, Britain said on Friday, sparking
outrage among relatives and human rights groups who fear justice will not be
7-4-03 Charley Reese:
Truth is important
"Unfortunately, most Americans don't seem to care if their public officials lie
to them. Many seem to expect it. No wonder we are coming unglued at the seams of
our society. Trust is imperative. And trust is based on truth."
In search of Nazis
look at the arrest of Johann Leprich (right), plus the recent cases of Michael
Seifert and John Demjanjuk, all past the age of 75, suggests that the Nazi
hunters soon may be running out of prey.
advocates seek court ruling on Second Amendment "The Supreme Court
is being asked to overturn an appeals court ruling that said the Constitution
does not guarantee people a personal right to own a gun. "
Group claims victory in Wal-Mart policy change toward "gay" employees
That sound you hear is society's latest death rattle.
Jobless claims rise to 430,000
Know Much About History: America's Civics Challenge "About three out of
four fourth-graders knew that July 4 celebrates the Declaration of Independence.
But one in four thought it marked the end of the Civil War, the arrival of the
Pilgrims or the start of the woman's right to vote. More than half of
12th-graders, asked to pick a U.S. ally in World War II from a list of
countries, thought the answer was Italy, Germany or Japan." The NEA laments the
lack of knowledge, but it's really a self-indictment.
Congresswoman wages battle against "gay" marriages
"While gays claim victory with a Supreme Court decision knocking down a
ban on sodomy, freshman Republican Rep. Marilyn Musgrave insists the real
battle is over the right of homosexuals to marry."
The proposed Federal Marriage Amendment (H.J.Res. 56):
"Marriage in the United States shall consist only of the union of a man and a
woman. Neither this Constitution nor the constitution of any state under state
or federal law shall be construed to require that marital status or the legal
incidents thereof be conferred upon unmarried couples or groups."
Support the Federal Marriage Amendment.
Sign the online petition.
Act now! Alliance for marriage
More information from a sponsoring group.
Bush: Too soon
for amendment banning "gay" marriages (Real News 24/7: This
should be considered a large, bright red flag to pro-family groups around the
nation. It brings to mind similar remarks he made while running as a
"pro-life" candidate for President—after more than two decades of legal
abortion, mind you—that the country was not "ready" for a Constitutional
amendment effectively overturning Roe vs. Wade. So, sad to say, there
is good reason to believe, should "gay" marriages ever be given the blessing
of the Federal Government, that Bush will continue to find excuses for not
supporting a pro-family amendment.)
Conservatives divided on amendment "Ken Connor, president
of the Family Research Council, a conservative advocacy group,…said his group
favored changing the courts, not the Constitution." Real News 24/7:
Sure, there you go, "brilliant" idea—all we need are a couple more
stalwart "conservative" justices like Anthony Kennedy, Sandra Day O'Connor or
David Souter to solve our problems. No doubt, we can count on Dubya will
nominate some "really solid" judges, like Alberto Gonzales (see our June 25th
posting in the Latest News and Analysis Archives).
need the Marriage Amendment "The Marriage Amendment now
before Congress appears to be the only way the march of judicial activism can
be halted and the public be given the opportunity to make the final decision."
marriage: What will be legalized next?
"If homosexual activists have their way,
the Supreme Court's ruling in the Lawrence v. Texas —that homosexual
sodomy cannot be outlawed—will be used to force states to grant legal
recognition of homosexual "marriages" performed in other states and even in
pull out of Bethlehem "However, as long as Bethlehem remains encircled
by Israeli checkpoints, residents don't expect the handover to change much.
'They are making fools out of us,' said Jaudat Joude, who has been unable to
reach his job at a Jerusalem welding factory since the uprising began almost
three years ago. 'If you want to make some serious changes, open the roads,
remove the checkpoints and let people in to work. Then maybe we can believe that
the Israelis have good intentions.'
Bush to Iraqi militants: "Bring them on" "New Jersey Democratic
Sen. Frank Lautenberg sharply criticized Bush for the 'bring them on' comment:
'I am shaking my head in disbelief. When I served in the army in Europe during
World War II, I never heard any military commander—
let alone the commander in chief—invite
enemies to attack U.S. troops.'" (Real News 24/7: Among the
President's remarks was one that didn't make the newswires: "I am optimistic,
but I also recognize the nature of the Middle East. I mean, there are people
there who still hate. They hate Israel. They hate the idea of peace. They can't
stand the thought of a peaceful state existing side-by-side with Israel."
Why the blackout of this? Could it be that it might remind people that the
U.S. is doing Israel's dirty work by fighting in Iraq? And what about the remark
itself? It could have just as easily have come from the lips of any Israeli
politician—as though Israel doesn't ever hate
any of its neighbors, initiate conflicts or engage in acts of state-sponsored
terrorism. His comments can be found near the end of this
announcement naming a
head of the White House's $15 billion AIDS relief plan.)
Majority in U.S. believe Bush "stretched the truth" about Iraq: poll
"For the first time since the beginning of the war in Iraq, a solid majority of
Americans believe the Bush administration either "stretched the truth" about
Iraqi weapons of mass destruction or told outright lies, according to a new
Parents sue school over hidden cameras The $4.2 million suit charges a
Big Brother-style violation of adolescents' modesty.
Pat Buchanan: What the court
betrayals portend "What do these decisions and reactions tell us? Not
only is the Supreme Court lost to conservatism and constitutionalism, it has,
like the Warren Court before it, become an active belligerent against Middle
America in the social and culture wars between Christianity and secularism on
one side and tradition and modernism on the other." Cal Thomas:
Is it the end of the
Constitution? "Supreme Court decisions like this one have far-reaching
consequences. Griswold led to Roe, which led to partial birth abortion. This
ruling will lead to same-sex 'marriage,' because the court has removed from
the people their right to create community standards for themselves. This will
force schools to teach homosexuality as normal and not just an 'alternate
lifestyle.' The trend in that direction was well advanced before this ruling."
Supreme Court Malady "The
culture war is real and is a struggle to the death. Civilization hangs by a
thread, that has just been frayed —by a
judicial majority—bent on the eradication
of all traditional morality. "
Predator prowls Iraq
Remote-control aerial vehicle equally adept
at spying, killing
"From the DoD's DefenseLink: "It hunts alone,
flying quietly for more than 20 hours at a time, carefully scouring the Earth
for the most minute evidence of ground activity and discretely relaying
intelligence information to analysts half a world away.…But
on a moment's notice, the Predator unmanned aerial vehicle can transform
itself from a forward aerial observer to an opportunist attack-craft capable
of delivering an armor-busting missile with pin-point accuracy." BBC News:
U.S. drones take combat role
On November 4, five suspected members of the al-Qaeda were killed while
motoring in Yemen by a Predator-fired missile in a CIA hit. (Real News 24/7
comment: This incident was widely reported and in virtually all articles
the slain men were described as suspected members of al-Qaeda.
Remember, this was several months before the start of the Iraq war and it
occurred in a nation with which we were not at war. Killing those only
suspected of terrorist activities, without apprehension and trial, is as
immoral as a lynching and resembles the "targeted killings" of the Israelis,
which often include the deaths of innocent civilians. For all this, there was
no outcry condemning this criminal act, meaning that the perpetrators will
feel emboldened to carry out other such hits in the future.) Mark Fiore
with a different take on the Yemen strike in his brilliant animated cartoon,
Predator execution drone. Was
similar technology used in the WTC and Pentagon attacks in September 11, 2001?
For thoughts on this and other related issues, see
New questions about
remote control and 9-11. Showing awareness of such potential threats,
the Department of Home
Security has harassed the builder of remote control helicopters.
TV series presaged 9-11 "Funny how a Hollywood series could anticipate
the 911 scenario, but the multi-billion dollar defense and intelligence
establishment was caught totally off guard. George W. Bush and Dick Chaney say
no one ever thought of flying hijacked aircraft into buildings before. And
they are honorable men. So are they all, honorable men." (Real News 24/7:
Please note—this is a different article than the one in our Latest News
and Analysis for 11-22-02, and it includes a link to a TV Guide
article about the episode's 9-11 parallel that has interesting comments from
Lone Gunmen writer Frank Spotnitz and a video with some footage not seen
on the one in our archives.)
"reveals" facts on Israel's WMD "Even now, MSNBC is not making the
information easy to get. It is tucked away in an obscure corner of the website.
Try finding it from the home page, and if you figure out how, let me know.…"
CIA removes photos of uranium equipment "The CIA abruptly removed from
its Web site photos that showed key uranium-enriching equipment found hidden in
Iraq because they revealed secrets that countries seeking to develop nuclear
weapons might find helpful, analysts said yesterday." (Real News 24/7:
That's the CIA's cover story for why the photos were taken down, but the real
reason has more to do with damage control, after their overblown claims
were shown to be utterly ridiculous. For those who might have missed it when we
first ran the evidence last week or for those who need to be refreshed,
here's a breakdown of the folly!)
7-1-03 Contrarian chronicles:
Fed wants to
tax your savings "So basically, these unelected morons are contemplating
a new law—"Thou shalt not save, thou shalt
spend." And, if you don't, we're going to confiscate your money, via a tax,
after we've already confiscated your money via debasement."
tribute to rocker John "We're bigger than Jesus" Lennon How
appropriate: The homepage of the website features an audio of the late Comrade
Lennon's "Imagine," a Communist "anthem" if ever there was one. Let's
see, in the ex-Beatle's irreligious, utopian litany there's atheism (no
heaven, hell, nor religion), collectivism (no possessions) and
internationalism (no countries); yeah, that covers all the essential
Marxist-Leninist bases—no wonder Cuban
dictator Fidel Castro saw fit to honor the filthy rich "working class hero"
with a statue in Havana. Oh, and while on the subject, besides cigars,
sugar and baseball players,
Cuba exports terrorism.
7-1-03 From our Cryptozoology department:
Giant sea creature baffles
scientists "Chilean scientists are baffled by a huge, gelatinous
sea creature found washed up on the southern Pacific coast and are seeking
international help identifying the mystery specimen."
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