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Censure Carter Committee , Bin Laden, Michael Moore

The film the world never viewed:
Fahrenheit Jimmy Carter

By Judi McLeod
Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Ex-U.S. President Jimmy Carter is in league with Osama bin Laden.

A paper trail shows that more than $1 million has been funneled from Bakr M. Bin Laden on behalf of the Saudi Bin Laden Group to The Carter Center.

That's an impressive bit of investigative journalism that comes your way, not courtesy of the New York Times and company, but from Melanie Morgan, Chairman, Censure Carter Committee (Censure Carter Committee ).

"An investigation by the Censure Carter Committee into the financing for The Carter Center of Atlanta, Georgia founded by President Carter and his wife to advance his "Blame America First" policies reveals that over $1,000,000 has been funneled from Bakr M. Bin Laden for the Saudi Bin Laden Group to the Carter Center," says Censure Carter.Com in a mainstream media-ignored recent media release.

"In fact, an online report accuses former President Carter of meeting with 10 of Osama Bin Laden's brothers early in 2000, Carter and his wife, Rosalyn followed up their meeting with a breakfast with Bakr Bin Laden in September 2000 and secured the first $200,000 towards the more than $1 million that has been received by the Carter Center."

These facts take a back seat to `shockumentary' maker Michael's Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 accusations of President George W. Bush having close bin Laden ties.

Don't wait for Hollywood to set the record straight.

"If you think this news troubles Michael Moore and his friends in the liberal, anti-war crowd, think again," says CensureCarter.com. "You see, they're not interested in the truth–they only seem interested in advancing their defeatist political message: "America is almost always wrong–America is the source of many of the world's problems."

Still basking in the limelight of Fahrenheit 9/11 during the 2004 Democratic National Convention, the Carters hosted Michael Moore in the presidential viewing box, while ex-President Bill Clinton addressed the flock.

In terms of risking American national security, doesn't the continuing Carter pattern show shades of Benedict Arnold?

Getting in a lather won't stop the peanut farmer or the shockumentary meister.

With help, Melanie Morgan and Censure Carter Campaign will,

The campaign is about to launch its second wave of television ads on national television networks asking Americans to rebuke Carter's efforts in North Korea, Iraq, Iran, Venezuela, Cuba and elsewhere.

The mainstream media is pretending that the Carter-bin Laden story is a non-issue, so the Censure Carter Campaign is out raising the money to air the facts in TV ads.

"The more money we raise, the more airtime we can purchase," say campaign organizers.

"A typical spot on CNN or Fox News during the daytime will cost us about $4,000-$6,000. We must collect the contributions of thousands of people who can make a $25, $50, $100 or $250 contribution.

"Or we can make up our goals with fewer people contributing a more generous amount–say $500, $1,000, $2,500 or even the full $4,000 or $6,000 to buy each spot that will be seen by people all across the nation,

"No matter what you can afford, please make your contribution now, and help us get the message out."

Michael Moore notwithstanding, the truth really matters.

Meanwhile, not all peanuts growing in Georgia are in the ground.

Canada Free Press founding editor Most recent by Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years experience in the print media. Her work has appeared on Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, Glenn Beck. Judi can be reached at: judi@canadafreepress.com


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