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".. That individual is Franklin, Larry a veteran USA DIA Iran analyst seconded to Feith, Douglas s OSP.

01.Sep.2004 One senior USA intelligence source told {EIR} that, were it not for Colin Powell pitching a fit, the Irangate II schemes would have gone a lot further.

The extent to which this descent into Hell actually gripped the Bush-Cheney Administration is now a question for Federal investigators to ferret out .."
".. information was solid. URL:

01.Sep.2004 Indeed, the very same USA + Israeli + Iranian neo-con liars + shady arms dealers who brought you the Ollie North Irangate saga, have been caught, engaged in the same dirty dealings, all over again.  

Chief among the Iran-Contra veterans, who are up to their eyeballs in the present Irangate II caper, is Ledeen, Michael the self-professed „universal fascist“, who is also, according to several USA intelligence community sources, a prime suspect in the scheme to forge Niger .."
".. Shulsky, Abram + Rubin, Michael; +

Office of Special Plans staffer Col. Brunner, Bill; +

Deputy Secretary of Defense Wolfowitz, Paul.

All have been known to maintain intimate ties to Chalabi.

Another Irangate „veteran'' s ## + Abrams, Elliott, Chalabi booster, was convicted of perjury (+

later pardoned by USA President Bush [BGHW948]) was named the top NSC official on the Middle East in late .."
Superb Chronology Of The Israeli Pentagon Spy Case The Crimes Of Iran-Contra Have Never Ended -
".. era, only to resurface, with a vengeance, under the Cheney-Bush regime.  

Indeed, the very same USA+ Israeli + Iranian neo-con liars + shady arms dealers who brought you the Ollie North Irangate saga, have been caught, engaged in the same dirty dealings, all over again.  

".. the war on terror because top al-Qaeda leaders, including Osama bin Laden, are in Iran.''  

07.Sep.2004 Iraq North Oil Pipeline Blazes: Fire was still raging on the northern pipeline after it was attacked on Thursday in the Riad area, around 45 miles southwest of the oil center of Kirkuk.

07.Sep.2004 Wider FBI Probe Of Pentagon Leaks Includes Chalabi : FBI counterintelligence agents are investigating whether several Pentagon officials leaked classified information to Iraqi politician Ahmed Chalabi and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee

07.Sep.2004 White House Aware of Probe When Bush, Rice Praised AIPAC

07.Sep.2004 Friends in High Places : Israeli spy nest in the U.S. – Ashcroft says: 'Don't arrest them!'

07.Sep.2004 U.S. officials escalate claims about alleged Israeli espionage : "Anybody who worked in counterintelligence in a professional capacity will tell you the Israelis are among the most aggressive and active countries targeting the United States."

07.Sep.2004 Israel has long spied on U.S., officials say : The officials said Israel has long attempted to recruit U.S. officials as spies and to procure classified documents

07.Sep.2004 Analyst's colleagues proposed hawkish policy for Iran: Policy-makers in the office of Undersecretary of Defense Douglas Feith argued that the United States should explore ways to overthrow the Iranian regime and should contemplate military strikes on Tehran's nuclear program

07.Sep.2004 US seeks UN action against Iran: The US wants the UN to impose sanctions on Iran over its alleged nuclear weapons programme, says Secretary of State Colin Powell.

07.Sep.2004 Iraqi official: Strong lobby in Baghdad promotes idea of relations with Israel : A strong lobby is emerging in Iraq to promote the idea of diplomatic relations with Israel, the new Iraqi ambassador to London told Tel Aviv-based Haaretz daily.

07.Sep.2004 Congressman Tom Lantos: "Egypt’s military buildup in preparation for a future war with Israel can and must be halted by cutting off US aid to Cairo"

07.Sep.2004 Juan Cole : Chalabi's militia is still operating in Iraq.

07.Sep.2004 Militia says Iraqi leader out to trick it : Threat of new battle in Baghdad slum where rebels strong

07.Sep.2004 U.S. commander: Al-Sadr must be defeated now: The fight with renegade Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is not over and the U.S. military must retake his stronghold in Baghdad’s Sadr City slum, a top U.S. commander said Thursday.

07.Sep.2004 Brent Scowcroft Calls Iraq War ‘overreaction’: Mr. Bush had squandered opportunities to avoid war in Iraq, said Mr. Scowcroft

07.Sep.2004 German minister: Iraq war real crime : She stressed once again Berlin's opposition to the US war in Iraq, saying it was correct "to reject the war in Iraq which violated international law."

07.Sep.2004 U.S. press puts Iraq dead on back pages: U.S. newspapers are moving stories of American troops dying in Iraq to the back pages, the Washington Monthly has reported.

07.Sep.2004 United States Military deaths: These photographs are grouped in solemn rows without statistics to show the extent of our military losses in Iraq.

07.Sep.2004 In case you missed it: Meet the Carlyle Group : The ex-presidents' club : Former World Leaders and Washington Insiders Making Billions in the War on Terrorism

07.Sep.2004 Bush's Iraq policies may end with draft : As the corporate sponsored bicker-fest continues unabated, an infinitely more important issue is being all but ignored: the resumption of the military draft.

07.Sep.2004 Bush by numbers: Four years of double standards : Number of times Bush mentioned Saudi Arabia in his three State of the Union addresses. 0 . Number of times Bush mentioned Saddam, Iraq, or regime (as in change) in his three State of the Union addresses. 83

07.Sep.2004 Back to the Future: What Bush would do if he were president: He's trying to go back in time. He wants you to see in him the potential you saw four years ago. He can't show you the things he promised, so he asks you to envision them. He asks you to be "optimistic." He asks you to have faith.

07.Sep.2004 George W Bush's missing year : 'Who was this guy who came in late and left early?' After thirty years of silence, Mary Jacoby finds out what the future President really did in 1972

07.Sep.2004 Media Miss Story of Biggest Pay Cut in U.S. History : On August 23, the Bush Administration's Department of Labor eliminated the right to time-and-a-half pay for overtime work for millions of Americans in what amounted to the biggest pay cut in American history.

07.Sep.2004 Censored 2004: The Top 25 Censored Media Stories of 2002-2003

07.Sep.2004 About those Nepalese workers killed in Iraq... : Were these guys cooks, construction workers, or mercenaries?

07.Sep.2004 Arnie's history is scorned in Austria: Austrian historians are ridiculing Arnold Schwarzenegger for telling the Republican convention in New York that he saw Soviet tanks in his homeland as a child and left a "socialist" country when he moved away in 1968.

07.Sep.2004 11.Sep.2001 Pentagon Strike: Flash Presentation


07.Sep.2004 In case you missed it: Operation Northwoods: In the early 1960s, America's top military leaders reportedly drafted plans to kill innocent people and commit acts of terrorism in U.S. cities to create public support for a war against Cuba.

07.Sep.2004 Ohio Muslims, Arabs growing anxious in post-9/11 U.S.: "We hear of mosques being spied on, being watched, quite frequently," said Jad Humeidan, director of CAIR Ohio.

07.Sep.2004 Gordon Prather: Neocons Preparing the Sequel to Plan of Attack

07.Sep.2004 Chris Floyd: Stealing Home : There is no longer any question that the Bush Regime is going to cheat the living daylights out of the presidential election this November. 07.Sep.2004

07.Sep.2004 4 00:29:47 Perverted messages from preachers of hate : The Republican Party was at pains to keep the pentecostalism quiet at this week's convention but the President cannot help himself. He is a true believer in this perverted strain of Christianity that lacks the essential love + consequently the human insights, of the real thing.

07.Sep.2004 It Isn't God Who Is Crazy: "I trust God speaks through me. Without that, I couldn’t do my job." -- George W. Bush

07.Sep.2004 Not anti-American, but anti-Bush : The hundreds of thousands of Americans who marched on the eve of the Republican National Convention gathered to express in their own way what most Europeans have been saying since the invasion of Iraq:

07.Sep.2004 Political fluff masks serious issues: The press is getting spun like yarn by the conservative spin machine. And the real news is pretty scary. Here are some of the issues playing out beneath the spin-meister's banner headlines. 07.Sep.2004 Video: Bush's Words... The Daily Show with Jon Stewart : A Must Watch. Real Video.

07.Sep.2004 George Jr sent out of Texas by father as a 'drunken liability' : The US president, George Bush, was transferred to the Alabama National Guard during the Vietnam war because his drunken behaviour was a political liability to his father in Texas, the wife of one of his father's former confidants revealed yesterday.

07.Sep.2004 In case you missed it: “Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself”: FDR’s First Inaugural Address: In the field of world policy I would dedicate this Nation to the policy of the good neighbor—the neighbor who resolutely respects himself and, because he does so, respects the rights of others

07.Sep.2004 Noam Chomsky : Democracy must begin at home: The people around Bush are likely to cause very serious, perhaps irreparable, harm if given another term in office. The prospect of a government that serves popular interests is being dismantled here.

07.Sep.2004 Corporals Don't Order Nuclear Radiation Weapons, Presidents Do: The far superior American weapons guaranteed killing, maiming, cooking + dismembering Iraqi soldiers and civilians; that much was child's play. The really good part, as far as a beaming President Bush and his Neo-Cons were concerned, was the unseen slaughter of the Iraqi soldiers' and civilian's children and grand children into eternity with great birth defects and fearsome cancers! 07.Sep.2004 Ninety-three Years of Bombing the Arabs Before you scoff, try this general knowledge test on a few well-read, politically literate friends: Ask them to name the first town in the world where civilians were indiscriminately bombed from the air.

07.Sep.2004 The Book of Slaughter and Forgetting: In G. W. Bush's administration, new Neocon is but old Reaganite writ large, and they fear the same enemy: the American public. When the US populace comes to understand what is being done in their name, they are appalled, so they must be distracted, somehow.

07.Sep.2004 Cantor Fitzgerald Sues Saudis for Losses: Cantor Fitzgerald Securities, a bond trading firm that lost two-thirds of its workers in the World Trade Center attack, has sued Saudi Arabia for allegedly supporting al-Qaida prior to the Sept. 11 attack through financing, safe houses, weapons and money laundering.

07.Sep.2004 Al-Qaeda 'poised for attack on US' : The leader of Germany's foreign intelligence agency warned yesterday of the increased likelihood of a major attack by Al-Qaeda

07.Sep.2004 Video: 9/11 In Plane Sight : "Shocking - Thought provoking - Raises serious questions about the government's honesty in conducting the 9-11 investigation" - "Absolutely awesome. This is the one September 11 video that everyone should see."

07.Sep.2004 Prison abuses 'had precedents': AT LEAST five US officials given the job of organising Iraq's prison system following the war have been linked to abuses of inmates at jails in the US

07.Sep.2004 Guantanamo Farce: The U.S. criminal justice system, including its military stepchild, is supposed to stand for due process, impartiality and openness. These are the same principles, after all, that U.S. troops are fighting - and dying - to seed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

07.Sep.2004 Vice President Cheney's Office Included In Israeli Spy Case Probe :

07.Sep.2004 Questions Raised Over Aipac's Tactics : Critics noted that Aipac officials have left the organization to serve in the Israeli and American governments.

07.Sep.2004 The Latest Spy Scandal in US: Will It Be Bryen Case All Over?

07.Sep.2004 In case you missed it: The ADL Spying Case Is Over, But The Struggle Continues: What would have happened had an Arab-American or Muslim organization been caught spying with the names of 10,000 people and 600 organizations in their files.

07.Sep.2004 In case you missed it: U.S. Aid To Israel : Israel is receiving more than $3 billion this year in foreign aid alone,” “And there are additional hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars going to Israel from other parts of the federal budget.” .pdf Format

07.Sep.2004 In case you missed it: Edward Said: American Zionism -- the real problem : There is a healthy fear and respect for AIPAC all over the country, but especially in Washington, where in a matter of hours almost the entire Senate can be marshalled into signing a letter to the president on Israel's behalf.

07.Sep.2004 In case you missed it: Tariq Ali: To be Intimidated is to be an Accomplice: Notes on Anti-Semitism, Zionism and Palestine 07.Sep.2004

07.Sep.2004 4 Chechnyan Resistance: The Bush administration will want the U.S. masses to believe that the Russian school massacre occurred in a vacuum. As inhumane and barbaric as this atrocity was, the number of kids killed is only a fraction of those slaughtered by Russians and lost by Chechnyan families

07.Sep.2004 4 Moscow furious as EU asks for answers: Russia reacted furiously to an EU demand for an explanation of why the hostage crisis ended in such bloodshed.

07.Sep.2004 It's too easy to blame bin Laden : Heads of security services and governments around the world have something in common with Osama bin Laden. They all stand to benefit from exaggerating the capabilities of al-Qaeda. 07.Sep.2004 Iran threatens missile crisis in Middle East : As a signatory to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), Iran is entitled build a nuclear facility, including one for uranium enrichment, so long as it is intended for peaceful purposes - which is what Tehran has stated.

07.Sep.2004 We don’t want our loved ones who died in 9/11 used as an excuse to start war’ 07.Sep.2004

07.Sep.2004 4 Reality on the Ballot: This election has become a test of whether reality still means anything to the American people, whether this country has moved to essentially a new form of government in which one side is free to lie about everything while a paid “amen corner” of ideological media drowns out any serious public debate. 07.Sep.2004

Republican propaganda machine rolls on: Be afraid, very afraid. But keep shopping. 07.Sep.2004

Bush Mimics Herman Goering's Prescription For Leadership

07.Sep.2004 Chechen Separatists Say “Third Force” Behind Terrorist Attacks: Akhmed Zakayev, a special envoy to Chechen separatist leader Aslan Maskhadov has said that “a third force that brought Russian President Vladimir Putin to power” is behind all the terrorist attacks committed in Russia over the past two weeks. 07.Sep.2004

07.Sep.2004 4 U.S. Navy Charges Sailors in Iraq Prisoner Abuse: The U.S. military has charged four members of an elite Navy SEAL unit with abusing prisoners in Iraq, including a man who died last year after being beaten

07.Sep.2004 House Ad Hoc Hearing for Vietnam Veterans Against the War: (April 23 1971): They are carrying a suspect. The suspect has a sandbag tied over his head, like a hood. His feet are bound and then his legs are bound to his thighs so you can’t straighten out your legs. And his hands are tied behind him. [Sounds Familiar?]

07.Sep.2004 Think tank paints bleak picture of Iraq's future: Iraq will be lucky if it manages to avoid a breakup and civil war + the country can become the spark for a vortex of regional upheaval, a report released yesterday by Britain's highly regarded Royal Institute of International Affairs has concluded.

07.Sep.2004 One by One, Iraqi Cities Become No-Go Zones: That certain Iraqis believe their cities and neighborhoods would be better off without American soldiers is neither new nor surprising; that is what the guerrillas' insurgency, now in its 17th month, is all about.

07.Sep.2004 Pat Buchanan: The Retreat of Empire: Whatever the motive of the generals in ceding Fallujah, it was a retreat. The Islamic world saw it as such. Since then, fighting in the Sunni Triangle, Sadr City, Najaf + the Shia cities of the south has escalated.

07.Sep.2004 The Holy Empire: In the final analysis, the architects and the propagandists of the Holy Empire are doing precisely what has been done for 2500 years by all empires: calling the victims of their aggression "barbarians," "savages," "uncivilized," "undemocratic," etc. to make conquering them easier.

07.Sep.2004 Mole Hunt: An expert on U.S.–Israeli relations reveals details from his recent visit with the FBI. 

07.Sep.2004 Juan Cole: AIPAC Spy Case Update

07.Sep.2004 Eric Margolis : FBI painting ugly picture : The dots in Washington are connecting. It's not a pretty sight. : In my view, what the neocon ideologues and their media allies have done is to inflame anti-Semitism, encourage anti-U.S. terrorism, and destabilize the entire Mideast.

07.Sep.2004 Leaks derail FBI's Israeli spy probe : "Investigators were watching the activities of a few people and now they know they're being watched. It has become a nightmare."

07.Sep.2004 In case you missed it: President Speaks to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee : (May 18, 2004) Our nation is stronger and safer because we have a true and dependable ally in Israel. (Applause.) Audio and Text . 07.Sep.2004 Israel's role in China's new warplane : "Israel ranks second only to Russia as a weapons-system provider to China and as a conduit for sophisticated military technology

07.Sep.2004 Charles Glass: Four more years - how many more wars?: Watch out. If he (Bush) wins legitimately in November, rather than by virtue of dubious Florida ballots and Supreme Court fiat, he and his entourage of businessmen-warrior-politicians will claim public endorsement for invading countries that have not attacked the United State

07.Sep.2004 Their dog-eat-dog world: The cabal that four years ago took over the White House brought with them a philosophy of power which ought to be consigned to the dustbin of history

07.Sep.2004 4 Kidnappers killed guard: Chalabi : In a video shown by the Al Jazeera network, the Islamic Army said the hostage died of his wounds, but his boss, Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmed Chalabi accused the extremists of assassinating him.

07.Sep.2004 4 Iraqi Nuclear Scientist Assassinated South Of Baghdad : Another man was killed in the town on Sunday during clashes between insurgents and Iraqi forces

07.Sep.2004 In case you missed it?: Video: The Bush Family Fortunes: : The BBC and Greg Palast, Investigate the Bush family scandals

07.Sep.2004 What if the whole world could vote in this election? : Please choose a candidate and select your country, then click the VOTE button.

07.Sep.2004 The GOP doesn't own Jesus: We have been abandoning the field for too long to the so-called religious right, which arrogantly claims that no one can oppose its partisan agendas and be faithful to God.

07.Sep.2004 Nader to appeal Pa. ballot ruling : His lawyer said it violates free-speech rights and cited a 1974 U.S. Supreme Court decision.

07.Sep.2004 Perle Asserts Hollinger's Conrad Black Misled Him: In the face of federal investigations and a scathing internal report for Hollinger by Richard C. Breeden, a former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Mr. Perle has broken ranks and turned on Lord Black.

07.Sep.2004 Burned Dad Lays Marine Son To Rest : The mourners cried quietly as the soldier's casket was carried in front of his stretcher-bound father - a man too wounded to walk, but too proud of his hero son to be kept away from the young man's funeral.

07.Sep.2004 R.I.P.Carlos Arredondo

07.Sep.2004 Boots of Death and Words of Outrage: While George Bush and the Republican Party ignore our war dead, a group of antiwar veterans and grieving parents remember and wonder: why are Americans not speaking out?

07.Sep.2004 Greg Palast: The Grinch That Stole Labor Day From Veterans: Thousands of veterans will now lose overtime pay. I just can't understand why Bush didn't announce that one when he landed on the aircraft carrier.

07.Sep.2004 US recovery 'not helping workers' : While business is improving, average wages have fallen, job satisfaction has declined and the rich-poor gap widened, says a report by the US think tank.

07.Sep.2004 U.S. workers take a hit as pay stalls, costs rise : Numerous studies by the government and business bear out that sinking feeling: Wages have indeed been falling or stagnating across America during the last three years. 07.Sep.2004 Working Your Way Down: The reality is that unless President Bush pulls nearly one million jobs out of a hat in the next four months, he will indeed become the first president since Herbert Hoover to preside over a decline in employment in a single term in the White House.

07.Sep.2004 Pakistan: US Optimism on Capture of Bin Laden is 'Political': Pakistani officials Monday rejected optimistic statements by a top U.S. counter-terrorism official that progress is being made in the hunt for Osama Bin Laden. 07.Sep.2004 Australia accused over 'fair trial' call: Canberra has been accused of playing politics after it called on Washington to ensure the military trials of two Australians are conducted fairly.

07.Sep.2004 Pentagon investigates Kerry's war medals: In a fresh blow to John Kerry's flagging presidential campaign, the Pentagon has ordered an official investigation into the awarding of the Democratic senator's five Vietnam War decorations.

07.Sep.2004 Bush's National Guard File Missing Records : Documents that should have been written to explain gaps in President Bush's Texas Air National Guard service are missing from the military records released about his service in 1972 and 1973, according to regulations and outside experts.

07.Sep.2004 Kerry and the Mideast: The Lesser of Two Evils?: The irony of a Kerry victory would be that while the failed war in Iraq would have helped him into power, once there he would continue to carry on Bush’s war policies.

07.Sep.2004 Kerry: Pull troops from Iraq within four years: Democrat John Kerry, on a Labor Day tour of Midwestern states where polls show the presidential race virtually tied, told voters he would "try" to pull out troops in Iraq within four years.

07.Sep.2004 Try Bush As A Global Pirate: The Bush men have the Madness Touch. Their very presence warps conventional notions of reality.

07.Sep.2004 In case you missed it?: Video: The Bush Family Fortunes: : The BBC and Greg Palast, Investigate the Bush family scandals

07.Sep.2004 4 Graham Claims Iraq Plan Preceded Terror War: A former Senate Intelligence Committee chairman asserted Sunday that the general who ran the war in Afghanistan said more than a year before the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq that his resources were being shifted in preparation for taking on Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.

07.Sep.2004 Extending The Axis Of Evil?: Administration hawk warns of further "preemption"

07.Sep.2004 The Pentagon's New Map: It Explains Why We're Going To War And Why We Will Keep Going To War. A must read

07.Sep.2004 Russian town mourns as Putin vows fight: Wails of mourning echoed through the streets of this southern Russian town on Sunday + the region's top police officer offered his resignation in the wake of the school hostage-taking that left at least 350 people dead.

07.Sep.2004 Russia Admits It Lied On Crisis: The Russian government admitted Sunday that it lied to its people about the scale of the hostage crisis that ended with more than 300 children, parents and teachers dead in southern Russia 07.Sep.2004 Putin slammed in Russian media: President Vladimir Putin and his government were accused by the country's media today of failing to acknowledge their own responsibility in the deaths of hundreds of children and adults in the Beslan school siege.

07.Sep.2004 Deciphering Terrorism: If the lives of 500,000 Iraqi children were worth sacrificing to fulfil American interests according to the former US Secretary of State, Madeline Albright, the same argument can also be applied to the recent incident in Russia from the Chechens point of view, Either both cases are wrong or both are right. If human life has the same value, both cases should generate similar reaction.

07.Sep.2004 Nothing New In The World: "There is nothing new in the world," said Harry Truman, "except the history you do not know."

07.Sep.2004 11.Sep.2001 -three years on: 'War on terror' has not stopped terrorism: We should make no mistake: the terror inflicted by the Beslan crisis did not come from nowhere. At least 80,000 Chechens have been killed since then-President Boris Yeltsin launched a war on their country in 1994.

07.Sep.2004 Ashcroft's sleeper cell search lacks results: The Justice Department's admission Wednesday of potentially criminal prosecutorial misconduct in a prominent Detroit terrorism case does good for the cause of trampled civil liberties but doesn't inspire much confidence about efforts to find real terrorists who may be lurking in the United States.

07.Sep.2004 Israeli military attache met with alleged Pentagon mole: report: The unidentified colonel, who has responsibility for intelligence matters, had several meetings with Larry Franklin who is alleged to have passed on confidential information on Iran and Iraq to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).

07.Sep.2004 A Web Of Intrigue: Inside the Israel espionage investigation: The two investigations are among the most politically charged espionage cases in years. Israel and the I.N.C. are longtime allies of the U.S., though the CIA has for years warned that Chalabi was not to be trusted.

07.Sep.2004 FBI probes Jewish sway on Bush government : The FBI investigation into the Pentagon mole affair has expanded beyond data analyst Larry Franklin's immediate circle to encompass the entire issue of Jewish influence on the neoconservative part of the administration.

07.Sep.2004 Dual Loyalties: The Bush Neocons and Israel

02.Sep.2004 Rat der Redenschreiber Was Bush heute sagen sollte- Mit Spannung wird die Rede von George W. Bush auf dem Parteitag der Republikaner erwartet.

Sechs Redenschreiber früherer US-Präsidenten haben ihm in der "New York Times" schon mal ein paar Tipps gegeben, was er heute Abend im Madison Square Garden sagen sollte. URL:,1518,316258,00.html

06.Sep.2004 Sie alle haben Reden für republikanische Präsidenten der USA geschrieben - für Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan und George Bush senior.
Die "New York Times" hat sechs ehemalige Redenschreiber, darunter den Nobelpreisträger Milton Friedman, gebeten, je eine Rede für den amtierenden Präsidenten zu schreiben. George W. Bush spricht heute Abend zum Abschluss des Parteitags der Republikaner in New York.
Die sechs Experten stimmen darin überein, dass Bush seine Erfahrung herausstellen sollte. "Amerika verdient einen erfahrenen Präsidenten, keine unvorhersehbare Alternative", schreibt Friedman, der in den siebziger Jahren in Diensten Gerald Fords stand, bevor er den Wirtschafts-Nobelpreis erhielt.
Keiner der sechs benutzt die Phrase vom "mitfühlenden Konservativen", Bushs Wahlslogan vor vier Jahren. Doch meinen fast alle, Bush solle sich als überparteilicher "Uniter" verkaufen. Der Vorschlag entbehrt nicht einer gewissen Ironie, schließlich spaltet Bush die Nation wie kaum ein anderer Präsident in der Geschichte.
"Wenn unser Land ruft, sehen wir, dass Demokraten und Republikaner zusammenhalten", schreibt David Frum, Bushs ehemaliger Redenschreiber. Frum musste 2002 gehen, nachdem seine Frau sich in Washingtoner Salons damit gebrüstet hatte, der berühmte Begriff "Achse des Bösen" stamme von ihrem Mann und nicht von Bush.
Eisenhowers ehemaliger Redenschreiber geht sogar so weit zu empfehlen, eine "Regierung der Nationalen Einheit" zu bilden. Bush solle Verteidigungsminister Donald Rumsfeld feuern - und einen Demokraten auf den Posten heben.
John Andrews, Redenschreiber von Ronald Reagan, hingegen empfiehlt die alte Patriotismus-Strategie. Wie der große Kalifornier solle Bush sagen: "Es ist keine Frage von rechts und links." Republikaner seien einfach patriotischer.
Zum Umgang mit dem demokratischen Herausforderer John Kerry lautet der Rat: abqualifizieren oder ignorieren. Ginge es nach Daniel McGroarty, Redenschreiber von George Bush Senior, würde Bush den Demokraten als Sensibelchen porträtieren, der statt zu handeln das Wort "komplexe Situation" in den Mund nehmen würde.
Als Einziger legt Friedman Bush nahe, Fehler zuzugeben - und das dann mit folgendem charmanten Nachsatz zu entschärfen: "Schließlich bin ich George Bush, nicht George Washington." URL:,1518,316258,00.html

02.Sep.2004 Trier Stromausfall stürzt Region ins Chaos -Fahrstühle blieben stecken, Geschäfte geschlossen, auf den Straßen ging nichts mehr. Mehr als 200.000 Menschen waren von einem Stromausfall in der Region Trier und in Luxemburg betroffen. Die Stromversorger rätseln noch über die Ursache.

Trier - Allein in Trier mussten etwa zehn Menschen aus stecken gebliebenen Fahrstühlen befreit werden. Telefone, Radios und Fernsehgeräte funktionierten nicht.

In Luxemburg mussten auf der großen Kirmes "Schueberfour" zahlreiche Besucher aus den Fahrgeschäften geborgen werden.
"Viele Patienten mussten zu Hause mit Sauerstoff versorgt werden", berichtete der Sprecher des Katastrophenstabs, Hans-Günther Lanfer.

Die Notfallplanung der Stadt müsse gründlich überdacht werden. "So etwas hat es hier noch nicht gegeben + wir haben gemerkt, dass wir die Informationen nicht schnell an die Leute bringen können."
Nach gut drei Stunden Stromausfall begann der Energielieferant RWE gegen 20.00 Uhr schrittweise wieder damit, den Strom aufzuschalten.

Noch am Abend hatten viele Haushalte wieder Strom.
Die Ursache für den Ausfall war zunächst unklar. Viele Anrufer hätten einen terroristischen Angriff befürchtet, berichtete die Polizei. Dafür gebe es aber keinen Hinweis. Der Stromkonzern RWE ging nach ersten Prüfungen davon aus, dass der Ursprung der Störung in Luxemburg gelegen und diese sich dann weiter in die Region Eifel-Hunsrück fortgesetzt habe.
Auf den Straßen gab es wegen des Berufs- und Feierabendverkehrs chaotische Verhältnisse. "Es geht so gut wie gar nichts mehr", sagte ein Polizeisprecher. Viele Geschäfte und Kneipen blieben geschlossen, weil die Alarmanlagen und die Kassensysteme nicht mehr funktionierten. Auch die Dom-Uhr blieb stehen + dokumentierte die Zeit des Stromausfalls: 16.50 Uhr. URL:,1518,316384,00.html" TARGET="_blank">

00.000.1931-00.000.1945 06.Sep.2004
The Dissolution of Eastern European Jewry - studies European Jewry demographics.-

The Dissolution of Eastern European Jewry“ describes in great detail the migration of Jews out of Europe. The book-You can get the book from Noontide Press.

WWII.00.000.1939 -when war broke out Only about 3.5 million were in all of what was to become German occupied territory.

00.000.1---- -Prior to World Jewry declaring war on Germany, Jews were being peacefully transferred out of Europe to Palestine.

Others were simply immigrating to wherever they could.

It was the Zionists who insisted that Jews only go to Palestine.

They actively intervened in allowing more Jews to emigrate to the US.

And when the Nazis offered to allow all of the Jews to go for a token payment, the Zionists said no.

One because many Jews didn't want to go to Palestine and because the Zionists deliberately wanted to sacrifice Jews to force the West into giving them a homeland.

That's why Nuremberg and all the holohoax films put out by Hollywood are so important.

They were propaganda devices necessary to establish a Jewish homeland, money to build Israel + to create a new religion for the world - holocaustianity. URL:

06.Sep.2004 I think the above shows how it seems to be impossible to discuss Nazi extermination in a reasonable way.
One wonders why, few people are as emotional about the alleged 20 million Stalin killed prior to WWII., or the between 18 and 30 million Chinese that died because of Mao''s Great Leap Forward.
Or the estimated five million that died in the Indonesian civil war, after the CIA overthrew an apparent socialist government in Indonesia.
The recent Haiti trick.
How many Jews died, because of famine, illnesses resulting from undernourishment in combination with forced labour + living conditions as miserable as possible, nobody knows for sure.
I mentioned Kogon's book, as he himself says in the introduction, it's depressing to read what mankind is capable of.
Kogon did not report on gas chambers.
In how far Jews caused disasters is not clear, that Jews influenced the 1918 Versailles reparation payments imposed on Germany also is not clear.
That they did not oppose blaming Germany for WWI. also is clear.
That the 1918 blame imposed on Germany for WWI. , in combination with the even economically impossible reparations payments, brought a 19th century German provincial maniac to power is clear too.
That this maniac, and/ or his diciples, 00.Jan.1942 -after it was obvious that Germany would lose the war, USA power, decided to exterminate European Jewry whom they held responsible for the next destruction of Germany, is hardly disputed.
But the final question remains, who caused what ?
06.Sep.2004 But of course the real holocaust discussion is a quite different one, the excuse the holocaust gives for the Zionist colonial terror against the Palestinians.
This is the reason that freesom of opinion about the holocaust does not exist.
Holocaust museums are all over the place, Washington, New York, Jerusalem, Houston.
Nowhere exists, as far as I know, a Polish, Slav or Gypsie holocaust museum.
One more thing, the Turks in 2002 published their views of the Armenian massacre.
I just received the book.
Cursory reading, of course, shows that the Turkish view is quite different from the western view.
The Turks in any case blame Morgenthau, at the time USA ambassador in Constantinople.
The way Morgenthau at the time + after WW I, blamed and described the Turks much resembles the way his son later, Roosevelt's closest collaborator, wanted to treat the Germans after their surrender: Germany one big farmland, and whole categories of Germans executed without any trial.
Churchill prevented this.
If the Germans follow the Turkish example the German view on the holocaust will be published in 2032.
The German parliamentarian Hohmann in okt 2003 made the first speech on the subject, he was removed from his party, the CDU.
The voting on his removal was far from unanimous.
I read his speech, it's completely unclear to me why he was accused of anti semitism. URL:
06.Sep.2004 Killing four million or six million, in a moral sense, does not make much difference.

Kogon shows how the concentration camps were meant for extermination, at a profit. URL:
06.Sep.2004 In my mind there is no doubt that the Auschwitz gaschambers and crematoria existed, how else could some 400.000 Hungarian Jews have been killed in two months, july and august 1944.
Kastner, Ben Gurion's representative, was of essential assistance to Eichmann, in getting the Hungarian Jews into the trains in an orderly way, despite lacking German army support.

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