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Jack Layton endorsed by the Taliban

Not by name, but there is no doubt that the Taliban are rooting for Smilin’ Jack to be snuggly ensconced at 24 Sussex Drive when the dust settles after the October 14 federal election.

By Arthur Weinreb - Thursday, September 11, 2008 - Full Story

“Flash Points That Alter History and 9/11”

In the early morning light, the large ink-black pond down in the hollow, barely reflected the over-hanging trees.  It’s surface, suspended in temporary horizontal equilibrium, looked like a sheet of glass, as the waning night began to turn slowly into dawn.  A squirrel, in search of his morning diet of nuts, dislodged an acorn high up in a tree, whose long branches extended way out over the pond.  Under the pull of gravity, the acorn descended rapidly to the surface.  Upon entering the black water, a dimple formed in a small circle, while at the same time a spout of water with a bubble at its apex, erupted a few inches out of the center of the dimple, as the acorn sank to the bottom of the pond.  By some strange twist of physics, almost perfect concentric waves emanated out of the dimple to extend out across the pond in ever widening circles until they stopped at the shoreline.  The glass-like appearance of the pond was disrupted by a “flash point” that altered its character, at least temporarily.

By Ron Ewart - Thursday, September 11, 2008 - Full Story

Subway Attack by Allah-shouting Assailant Caught on Tape

PHILADELPHIA - September 8, 2008 - (WPVI)—Police are asking the public for help in capturing a hammer-wielding attacker, who seemed to assault his prey for no apparent reason.

By Guest Column - Wednesday, September 10, 2008 - Full Story

Lipstick in his holler

imageWith apologies to Connie Francis, it seems that Barack Hussein Obama has more than a little lipstick in his holler.

  “You can put lipstick on a pig, but it’s still a pig,” Obama said during a town-hall style meeting Tuesday.

  This from a guy who reminded New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd, who made a crack about his big ears, that he was teased relentlessly “about my big ears” when he was a kid.

Or as Bizzy Blog so aptly put it, “this guy was still stewing 50 days later over four words about his ears.”

By Judi McLeod - Wednesday, September 10, 2008 - Full Story

Dangerous human-caused warming can neither be demonstrated nor measured

There is no evidence, neither empirical nor theoretical, that carbon dioxide emissions from industrial and other human activities can have any effect on global climate. In addition, the claims so often made that there is a consensus among climate scientists that global warming is the result of increased man-made emissions of CO2, has no basis in fact.

By Guest Column John Nicol- Wednesday, September 10, 2008 - Full Story

US: Iraq has used chemical weapons against Kurds

Part 68 – SEPTEMBER 8, 1988
‘‘As a result of our evaluation of the situation, the United States Government is convinced that Iraq has used chemical weapons in its military campaign against Kurdish guerrillas. Any use in this context is abhorrent and unjustifiable.’’ - State Department Spokesman Charles E. Redman

Today, State Department officials said that US intelligence agencies have confirmed Iraq’s use of chemicals in its recent drive against Kurdish civilians in Northern Iraq.

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Wednesday, September 10, 2008 - Full Story

Danish police release terror suspects

Part 67 – SEPTEMBER 7,  1988
“The pair [Chabaan and Ourfali] got our telephone number in Neuss via parents and parents-in-law. They only got our address when they arrived here. ” - Somaia Abassi

On September 7, Jehab Chabaan, Ziad Chabaan, Samir Ourfali and Martin Imandi are released from Danish custody. [See Part 65 – SEPTEMBER 5 1988]

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Tuesday, September 9, 2008 - Full Story

Daddy begged mother not to go to Pakistan: Bakhtawar

imageISLAMABAD: In a rare interview on the eve of her father becoming the next president of Pakistan, the politically active 18-year-old Bakhtawar has revealed the existence of a political plan her mother had written a few days before her assassination.

She revealed to me in Islamabad that before her death, Benazir Bhutto had written a political plan, in her own handwriting, which Bakhtawar accidentally found in her purse after her mother’s death. “Removal of Musharraf was the first point in the plan. There are many more,” she said.

Bakhtawar says her father is determined to implement all the points written by Benazir in her political plan. The excited daughter of Benazir is planning to raise the slogan of ‘Jeay Bhutto’ in the presidency when her father Zardari takes oath as the strongest man in the country.

By Hamid Mir - Monday, September 8, 2008 - Full Story

US Iran hold secret talks in Geneva

Part 66 – SEPTEMBER 6, 1988
‘‘I wish to propose for the reader’s favorable consideration, a doctrine which may, I fear, appear wildly paradoxical and subversive. The doctrine in question is this: that it is undesirable to believe a proposition when there is no ground whatever for supposing it true.’’ - Bertrand Russell

Over the last week of July, Washington and Tehran have exchanged a few messages through a third party, not known but most likely to be Swiss officials. The message from the US administration is said to congratulate Iran for accepting the cease fire and to seek the help of Iranian officials to secure the safe release of the US citizens held hostage in Lebanon.

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Monday, September 8, 2008 - Full Story

Zimbabwe MDC celebrates 9th anniversary

imageGweru-Zimbabwe-It is a hot mid-morning Sunday in Zimbabwe’s third largest city, Gweru.  Hordes of people fill the narrow tarred road leading to Mkoba stadium. One would mistakenly think that people are attending a big church service. But a further probe in the sports arena will find a birthday bash for a nine-year-old baby. That “little one” is the Movement for Democratic Change party celebrating nine years of existence today, in a bid to dislodge a revolutionary party, Zanu PF, led by 84-year-old Robert Mugabe.

MDC leader, Morgan Tsvangirai said to the gathering at the rally that the delay in the signing of the talks between his party and Zanu PF is because Mugabe does not want to cede “sufficient” powers to him.

By Stephen Chadenga - Sunday, September 7, 2008 - Full Story

An unusual crown witness

Part 65 – SEPTEMBER 5,  1988
Mohammed Abu Talb has provided testimony tying the radical faction, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, General Command, to the Pan Am bombing. NYT October 31, 1989

On Sept 5 1988, Jehab Chabaan, Ziad Chabaan and Samir Ourfali entered Germany on a flight from Damascus. Jehab and Ziad are brothers of Imad Chabaan, while Samir is a cousin.

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Sunday, September 7, 2008 - Full Story

The Cockatoo who called Wolf

Luna, the CockatooCanada Free Press is claiming Luna, the Cockatoo, as official mascot for its fledgling new website

  Crime Watch chronicles the antics of all the petty thieves, thugs, burglars, scam artists and murderers, none of whom—including Willie Lumpkin found by police and cut out of his crawl space by Buffalo police on the same day—would be smart enough to outwit Luna, the Cockatoo.

Determined to nab the killer and save the victim whose chilling cries of “Help me!” “Help me!” resonated out on the street, Trenton, New Jersey cops didn’t need bullets in bringing this perp under control. 

Neighbours hearing repeated cries for “Help” coming from a nearby house had reported the raucous cries to 911.

But lonesome Luna had only been trying to draw attention to the fact that she was home alone and didn’t much like it.  Calling attention to her lonely plight, she had begun squawking loudly, “Help me!” “Help me!” after her owners had to leave home for a doctor’s appointment.

By Judi McLeod - Saturday, September 6, 2008 - Full Story

Palin and the Power of Real American Women

It is the consensus among conservative new media pundits – and the Conservative mainstream for that matter – that the speech Governor Sarah Palin gave in accepting the Republican Party’s vice presidential nomination effectively put the Progressive-Left and the Democrat Party on notice. The double-standard hypocrisy demonstrated by the Leftist mainstream media on behalf of Barack Obama’s campaign will not stand. If the cowards of the Progressive-Left want a fight, they’ve got one…and it’s with someone who plays hockey. Oops!

By Frank Salvato - Saturday, September 6, 2008 - Full Story

Lockerbie convicted bomber vanishes

Part 64 – SEPTEMBER 4 1988
‘A reward was paid out in the Lockerbie Pan Am 103 case.’ - US State Department Official

The name of the man convicted of the bombing of Pan Am 103 has been mysteriously removed from the REWARDS FOR JUSTICE US Website. [1] Fortunately, a copy of the page as previously displayed had been saved. [2]

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Saturday, September 6, 2008 - Full Story

Strange Rumblings in Lebanon

By Gary H. Johnson, Jr.
Special to Canada Free Press

Two years after the Israeli-Hezbollah war which left much of south Lebanon’s infrastructure in shambles, military analyst W. Thomas Smith, Jr. offers new insight into recent developments surrounding Hezbollah’s quest for power in that country.  Lending a trained eye to the strength and activities of Hezbollah, challenges faced by Lebanese Army and police forces, as well as sharing a portion of a personal conversation with President Michel Sleiman, Smith unveils the truth behind Hezbollah: He describes the extremist state within the legitimate state, and expounds on the regional dangers of the Shiia terrorist organization and its newly acquired political powers.

By Guest Column Gary H. Johnson, Jr.- Friday, September 5, 2008 - Full Story

Smut-hunting NY Times Limbo Dancing in Alaska

image  In a 2008 revision of the Limbo dance, the dance often mistakenly attributed to Hawaii but having originated on the Island of Trinidad, the New York Times is proving “how low it can go”.

  The NY Times is dispatching a group of its top “investigative journalists”, fanning them across the State of Alaska looking for dirt on Palin and Republicans in a desperate bid to take the wheels off of John McCain’s little red wagon.

  The specter of NY Times reporters, so recently weaned off their Starbucks latte-coffees, is even more laughable than the ABC Terry Moran gaffe that gave Barack Obama a “white father in Kenya” and a “white father in Kansas”.

By Judi McLeod - Friday, September 5, 2008 - Full Story

The European section of the PFLP-GC

Part 63 – SEPTEMBER 3, 1988
‘I only gave Abu Elias name once… to Khreesat. And therefore, only Khreesat could have revealed his name.’ - Haffez Dalkamoni to Somaia Abassi, Prison visit, July 1989

Beside Jibril himself, two other members of the PFLP-GC are known to have participated with Iranian officials in the discussions regarding the revenge for the USS Vincennes ‘incident’: Major Tunayb and Haffez Kassem Dalkamoni.

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Friday, September 5, 2008 - Full Story

Obama in the Palin fanclub less than one short month ago!

imageWhile he was Algore envy green when Sarah Palin addressed the Republic National Convention last night, Barack Obama was in Governor Palin’s cheering squad last month.

  It was only in August when presidential candidate Barack Hussein Obama was touting the Alaska natural gas pipeline!

  Masters of wiping out inconvenient truths on the Internet, the Obama campaign can’t wipe out the words of the Alaska News.

“Obama included the project in the energy plan he announced this week, calling for working “with the Canadian government to finally build the Alaska natural gas pipeline, delivering clean natural gas and creating good jobs in the process.”

By Judi McLeod - Thursday, September 4, 2008 - Full Story

Ahmed Jibril and the PFLP-GC

Part 62 – SEPTEMBER 2, 1988
“The Americans will never, ever find out how I did it.” - Ahmed Jibril, Champagne party to celebrate the downing of Pan Am 103

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command (PFLP-GC) is usually described as a pan-Arab, secular, Marxist-Leninist group. Yet, in the early 90s, the group adopted a religion inspired rhetoric which is quite unique for such an organization. On March 5 1989, Jibril pledged to carry out “the Islamic verdict, to protect Islam and its prophet.”

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Thursday, September 4, 2008 - Full Story

Obama’s real birth certificate

To quote an overly used line from the drive-by media, Obama is “the son of a black man from Kenya” and “a white man from Kansas”.

By Judi McLeod - Wednesday, September 3, 2008 - Full Story