"The Threat of Saddam Hussein with weapons of mass destruction is real, but
as I said, it is not new. It has been with us since the end of that war, and
particularly in the last 4 years we know after Operation Desert Fox failed to
force him to reaccept them, that he has continued to build those weapons.
He has had a free hand for 4 years to reconstitute these weapons, allowing
the world, during the interval, to loose the focus we had on weapons of mass
destruction and the isue of proliferation. -John Kerry, 10/09/02
Imperialist Crusader's realm of Totalitarianism

The goggles, they do nothing.

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Saturday, April 19, 2003
 


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Up to 20 N.Korea Scientists, Military Defect

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Up to 20 high-ranking North Korean military officers and nuclear scientists have defected to the United States and its allies under a plan involving several countries including the Pacific state of Nauru, an Australian newspaper said on Saturday.



The defections began last October after 11 countries agreed to provide consular protection to smuggle North Koreans from China, The Weekend Australian said


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Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Hikmat Al Azzawi, who has been taken into coalition custody Saturday April 19, 2003, as he appears on the 'eight of diamonds' in the set of playing cards issued by U.S. military authorities to help capture the most wanted leaders of President Saddam's former regime. According to the U.S. military, he was captured by Iraqi police in Baghdad and turned over to the First Marine Division. He is number 45 on the U.S. Central Command Iraqi Top 55 list. (AP Photo/HO).

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Thursday, April 17, 2003
 
Abu Abbas still wanted in several countries


abu abbas, human trash

"The Palestinians want to see him freed. Many Americans want him tried as a murderer. Italy wants him behind bars as a convicted criminal. And Israel may yet want him for decades of guerrilla tactics."

He douced women on a cruse ship with gasoline and taunted them with matches, forced people to hold live grenades, shot a man in a wheelchair and forced the rest of the passangers to throw him overboard. This man in a psycho.

What does it say about the palestinians who want him freed? So sick. Sombody shoot that man and feed him to some pigs.

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Flag waving construction workers rally in support of American troops near the site of the World Trade Center in New York on April 10, 2003. About 25,000 workers clad in hard hats, blue jeans, and workmen's boots gathered near the site where many of them dug relentlessly through rubble after the September 11 attacks. REUTERS/Peter Morgan



A construction workers bellows at a rally in support of American troops near the site of the World Trade Center in New York on April 10, 2003. About 25,000 workers clad in hard hats, blue jeans, and workmen's boots gathered near the site where many of them dug relentlessly through rubble after the September 11 attacks. REUTERS/Peter Morgan

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U.S.-led special forces in Baghdad captured Saddam Hussein (news - web sites)'s half-brother Barzan, a former head of Iraqi intelligence, on April 17, 2003, a U.S. general said. According to U.S. Army Brigadier General Vincent Brooks at war headquarters in Qatar, Barzan, who ran Iraqi intelligence from 1979 to 1983 and was Iraq (news - web sites)'s ambassador to the U.N. in Geneva from 1988 to 1997, was captured alone in Baghdad after a tip-off by Iraqis. Barzan is seen depicted on a playing card in a deck distributed by the Pentagon (news - web sites) for identification purposes. (DOD/Reuters)

Iraqi Intelegence has been linked to funneling funds and giving training in knive and hijacking skills to al qaeida pre sep 11.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2003
 
Convention backs Blair's plan for EU presidency

Wow. Though somehow i'm not so supprised that european countries are so willing to yeild their soverignty so quickly.

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Clinton blasts US approach to international affairs




Lets see billy bob's list of foriegn acompleshments
Somalia
Mogadishu
Unilateral action against the serbs, not even a confrence with the UN
Several embasies blown up in Africa
technology transfers to China
the USS Cole
the out of control Clinton economy
highest tax raise in US history.

Clintion was the worst presidant that we may have ever had. Him flaping his lips is just amazing.

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Tuesday, April 15, 2003
 
Iraqi oil stops flowing to Terrorist State syria, "rejects U.S. allegations as threats"

I'm glad to see we're on top of things.



Crazy Syrian President Bashar al-Assad waves from a Damascus presidential palace balcony in this March 9, 2003 file photo. Syria on April 15 denounced U.S. accusations that Damascus was developing chemical weapons as 'threats and falsifications' designed to further Israeli interests. The cabinet said in a statement that the 'escalated language of threats and accusations by some American officials against Syria are aimed at damaging its steadfastness and influencing its national decisions and (Arab) national stances.' (Khaled Al-Hariri/Reuters)

Same old line from the islamo facists; its the jew's fault. Look in the mirror, presidant al-looser. Your stagnant place in the world is your own fault.

I mean, my god, look at the contrast in the way that Israel lives and the rest of the middle east. Israelies have turned Israel into a garden of eden in fifty years, and managed to keep from being over run by the barbarians at the gates. If the rest of the arab block would follow thier lead instead of trying to destroy it, they'd live great too, but theyre mostly too stupid to put one and one together. insane.

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Thanks to everyone for all the emails of support, I totally appreciate it.

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Monday, April 14, 2003
 
"Prime Minister John Howard wants to reform the United Nations, saying the presence of France as a permanent member of the Security Council "distorts" the council."

Hahaha. Go Australia, i'm glad to see someone is saying the right thing down there.

"He wants Japan, a South American country and India to be represented on the Security Council. France was there only because it was a global power at the end of World War II, he said."

Couldnt agree more.

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depending on weather they choose me or not tomorrow, i'll have jury duty for the next two weeks, so if posts are a bit light, im sorry but the city of albuquerque's whip of justice must be delt out by yours truly. :)

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Leftists still dont get it.

Clicking on one of my favorite websites for anarcho-communist-socailst drivel, infoshopnews, I happened across a fantastic headline, one that illustrates just how insane the left sounds to the right:

"Rout Proves Anti-War Point"
Sometimes the United States and its allies are wrong, and the rest of the world is right.
The opponents of war in Iraq - France, Germany, Russia, China, Canada, Mexico, the Arab nations and the many others - were vindicated last week when Baghdad fell just 21 days after the U.S.-led invasion began.
The anti-war argument had always been that Saddam Hussein posed no significant threat to the U.S. or its neighbors because Iraq's military power was vastly degraded after Saddam's humiliation in the 1991 Persian Gulf War and the subsequent dozen years of punitive United Nations-imposed sanctions.


What is this reporter smoking? Did he completely miss 911? All I can do when i read this kind of drivel is sigh and move on, its so... just plaing stupid and ignorant its would be laughable if people didnt listen to this stuff.

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Sunday, April 13, 2003
 
Many citizens believe Saddam has mystical powers


He's got a majick rock. LMFAO. Poor iraqis. so sad.

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People are still protesting... stuff... because they feeeeeeeeelll bad. for people. and stuff.


WASHINGTON, April 12 (AFP) - Hundreds of thousands of opponents of the US-led invasion and occupation of Iraq held new anti-war protests Saturday across Europe and the Americas, arguing that the regime's collapse was no reason to let up the pressure.

At least 10,000 people protested noisily in central Washington, warning that the toppling of Saddam Hussein's regime was just the start of an "endless war" for world domination.

"We're not there (in Iraq) for democracy," said Edward Wolfe, 75. "We're not there for liberation. I honestly think we're there for power."


Durr grandpa. Ok, i dont like disrespecting anyone who's been around for so long. Its always about power. Namely, we dont want saddam to have power over us. Thats not wrong, bad, or immoral, its survival.

So the ignorant and the mentally ill are protesting. No one cares anymore, your voices mean nothing.

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Hamas kids' magazine: 'Destroy rapist Jews'

A monthly children's magazine published by the Hamas terrorist organization urges Palestinian and Iraqi children to pray for Allah to "destroy the cruel, rapist Jews" and bring victory to the Palestinian and Iraqi causes.

There will only be peace in Isreal when one of two things happens; Palestinians wise up and stop tolerating this foul, radical stupidity, or, one side is wiped out. Its painfully obvious why the palistinians dont have thier own country. What sane person would allow people who act like this to set up shop next door?

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Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)

U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)

Amid heavy security, former POW Jessica Lynch, center, is carried from a C-17 transport plane at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Saturday, April 12, 2003, in transit to Walter Reed Army Medical Center to receive medical treatment from her injuries in Iraq (news - web sites). Lynch, 19, from Palestine, W.V., was captured March 23 after her 507th Maintenance Company convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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Miracle: Seven U.S. Troops Found North of Baghdad

CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar - U.S. Marines have found seven missing U.S. troops on the road between Baghdad and Tikrit, Gen. Tommy Franks said Sunday.

An Iraqi tipped off the Marines who were near Samarra and were closing in on Tikrit, the hometown of Saddam Hussein, that they would shortly "come in contact with a number of Americans," Franks told Fox News


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