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The 180lbs. “Guerilla”: China’s Military Aspirations

imageAs the mainstream media is dominated by its attention to the preparations for Beijing Olympics being held August 8-24 this year, an obvious truth is being ignored or going unaddressed. The more important story is that China is on a mission to dominate the United States and the rest of the world militarily by building nuclear weaponry meant to defeat the United States on the world stage. The actual Olympics pale in comparison to this upcoming event. And while our people continue to be distracted by a variety of “shiny things” meant to divert their attention, the Chinese continue their march to dominance in the military sphere. What serves to distract our nation from such an important subject?

By Nancy Salvato - Friday, July 25, 2008 - Full Story

8,000 foreign fighters in Fata ring alarm bells in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD: In a disturbing report presented to Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, days before he travels to the United States, the latest figure of foreign fighters present in the tribal areas of Pakistan is estimated to be more than 8,000.  The government is reluctant to officially confirm this number.

At a special cabinet briefing on Sunday in which Asif Ali Zardari was also present, besides the prime minister and Adviser to the Interior Ministry Rehman Malik said the government will have to use force if the process of dialogue does not produce the results,  but his view was opposed by the minister from FATA Hamidullah Jan.

Mild resolution adopted over the USS Vincennes incident

Part 19 - JULY 21 1988

‘The Resolution adopted today puts the unfortunate events of July 3 in proper perspective.’
Vernon A. Walters, United States Representative at the UN

Today, the UN Security Council adopted a mild resolution regarding the downing of an Iranian airliner by the USS Vincennes, causing the instant death of 290 people including 66 children.

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Friday, July 25, 2008 - Full Story

The skeleton in Obama’s money closet

imageRobert Wolf, CEO of UBS Americas, who has bundled more than $370,850 for Barack Obama so far this year, is one of the most embarrassing skeletons in BO’s money closet, now that the financial institution Wolf heads up in America has been outed in The Nation’s Attack of the Global Pirate Bankers.

  “…This crowded docket, combined with the UBS mea culpa, almost distracted us from the sordid details of the Levin Committee’s actual findings,” investigative journalist James S. Henry, wrote in The Nation on Tuesday.

  It’s not as if Wolf is just another number in the contribution side of the ledger paying for Obama’s race to the White House.

  Among the groupies pushing Obama’s rock star-status, Wolf stands at the front of the line.

By Judi McLeod - Thursday, July 24, 2008 - Full Story

The Day Canada Free Press dumped Michael Savage

Jumping to the defense of nationally syndicated radio giant Michael Savage for standing by his criticism of the autism “racket”, yesterday WorldNetDaily (WND) wrote that the autism controversy was “sparked by a left-leaning media watchdog’s campaign against him.”


No one other than a loose-tongued Michael Savage sparked the autism controversy.

By Judi McLeod - Thursday, July 24, 2008 - Full Story

Tarip Aziz: The war must go on

Part 18 - JULY 20 1988
‘‘The decision was like drinking poison.’’—Ayatollah Khomeini

Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeini accepted a truce with Iraq. NB. In late 2006, Iranians were stunned to learn that the head of the Revolutionary guards, not Khomeini, had in fact made the decision to end the war.

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Thursday, July 24, 2008 - Full Story

Movie Director throws spotlight on terrorist training camps in Target Practice

imageThe military compounds training terrorists on American and Canadian soil, that everyone talks about but no one seems to do much about, has made it to the silver screen. 

  There is no doubt that director Richmond Riedel’s realistic film, Target Practice takes you there.

  Starring in a timely topic, Target Practice gives new meaning to the description of art imitating real life.

  Fast-paced and intense, the film has the distinction of premiering in two high-profile film festivals in the Los Angeles area on the same night.

  On Friday, July 25, Target Practice premiers at the 11th Annual Dances With Films Independent Film Festival (DWF). Ditto for the 4th Annual Action On Film International Film Festival (AOF).

By Judi McLeod - Wednesday, July 23, 2008 - Full Story

Iran accepts UN resolution

Part 17 - JULY 19 1988
‘Iran should now attract those countries who could become friends instead of alienating them, as it had done in the past.’
Iranian military chief Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani

Security Council Resolution 598, which Iran said today it had accepted, was adopted on July 20, 1987, as part of diplomatic efforts to end the war between Iran and Iraq. The text of the resolution is attached below.

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Wednesday, July 23, 2008 - Full Story

Saddam offers peace deal to Tehran

Part 16 - JULY 18 1988
Today, in order to mark the 20th anniversary of the Baath Party’s rule, Saddam Hussein delivered a speech in which he proposed a Peace Treaty to Tehran.

The Iraqi president said that Iraq had inflicted ‘‘material and moral ruin on the Government of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.’‘

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Tuesday, July 22, 2008 - Full Story

Opposing Barack Obama

imageIt has long been an article of faith on the left that the United States has lost the support of its allies around the world.  It is a major Democratic major talking point, and the mainstream media has never challenged it, even though it is based on a false and Euro-centric premise.  (See my Has America Lost its Moral Authority, CFP, April 25, 2008.)

I was in India this year to advocate for Bangladeshi Hindus, refugees from Islamist terror and ethnic cleansing and spent time in Delhi before leaving for the border areas.  It was there I met anti-Islamist Amitabh Tripathi, introduced to me by Daniel Pipes.  Tripathi represents a point of view shared by many Indians but rarely given voice in India’s mainstream media.  He is profoundly interested in the US Presidential election primarily because he believes the results will be critical for successful prosecution of the war against Islamist extremism.  In this interview, which he insisted on titling Opposing Barack Obama, Tripathi talks about why an Obama victory would be disastrous for Indians and others who live on the front lines of a war for our very survival.

By Dr. Richard Benkin - Monday, July 21, 2008 - Full Story

The global economy is at the point of maximum danger

By Ambrose Evans- Pritchard, Telegraph
It feels like the summer of 1931. The world’s two biggest financial institutions have had a heart attack. The global currency system is breaking down. The policy doctrines that got us into this mess are bankrupt. No world leader seems able to discern the problem, let alone forge a solution.

By Guest Column - Monday, July 21, 2008 - Full Story

The Lindauer Affidavit

Part 15 - JULY 17 1988

‘Susan, if the United States government would let me, I could identify the men behind this attack [Pan Am 1003] today. I could do it right now. You want a police line up? I could go into any crowded restaurant of 200 people, and pick out these men. […]And you know what, Susan? You won’t find this restaurant anywhere in Libya. No, you will only find this restaurant in Damascus.’

Dr. Richard Fuisz to Suzan Lindauer, September 1994

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Monday, July 21, 2008 - Full Story

Al-Taqiyya is Alive and Well in Geneva

The so-called “fizzling” of the talks in Geneva between the United States and Iran, Saturday, was not unexpected by any expert estimation. Which makes one wonder why the U.S., the other four permanent members of the UN Security Council (Britain, China, France, and Russia), and Germany were willing to sit down with the Persian state in the first place.

By W. Thomas Smith Jr. - Sunday, July 20, 2008 - Full Story

Reuters: Who Felled the Berlin Wall? How ‘Bout Bruce Springsteen! (No, They’re SERIOUS)

In one of the most ridiculous examples of unbridled hyperbole, Reuters has decided that singer Bruce Springsteen is the one responsible for bringing down the Berlin Wall and ending the Cold War. Yes, that’s Bruce “Scorn in the USA” Springsteen, one of the most anti-American rockers on the scene. I know what you’re thinking, “But what about Ronald Reagan?” Forget it, man, it’s Bruce all the way as far as Reuters is concerned. Maybe it was his gravely warbling that Joshua-like brought those walls tumblin’ down, maybe his caterwauling is what turned the trick, but, quite despite any common sense and in a childishly, foolish and overly simplistic review of history, Reuters is sure that Bruce is the hero of Berlin. It is a great example of reductio ad absurdo if there ever was one, not that Reuters is aware of it.

By Warner Todd Huston - Sunday, July 20, 2008 - Full Story

Moscow asks US to pull out from Gulf

Part 14 - JULY 16 1988
‘’The tragedy has demonstrated once again that the U.S. Navy fleet must leave the Persian Gulf waters without delay.’‘
Valentin V. Lozinsky, Soviet Delegate at the United Nations

Today, Valentin V. Lozinsky, the UN Soviet delegate, called for the withdrawal of American naval forces from the Persian Gulf. But Lozinsky also urged Iran to end the war with Iraq and to accept the UN Resolution.

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Sunday, July 20, 2008 - Full Story

Bringing “Karachi Kids” back home

The Karachi Kids made it all the way to Capitol Hill on Tuesday.

“We are grateful for the leadership of Congressman Michael McCaul in bringing much needed attention to this critical issue of national security,” Imran Raza, the director and executive producer of the documentary “Karachi Kids” told Canada Free Press.

By Guest Column - Saturday, July 19, 2008 - Full Story

Pawprints of Katrina will leave pawprints on your heart

imageThe shrieking winds of Hurricane Katrina could never drown out the frightened cries of thousands of animals left behind by human companions given no choice about taking their pets during evacuation. 

  It’s will go down as a kind of poetic justice that the happy barks and deep purrs of rescued dogs and cats are contained within the pages of Cathy Scott’s Pawprints of Katrina: Pets Saved and Lessons Learned.

By Judi McLeod - Saturday, July 19, 2008 - Full Story

American diplomat congratulates USS Vincennes Captain

Part 13 - JULY 15 1988
’‘Given the circumstances, timeframe, and information at hand, you took the only action possible to safeguard your ship and your people.’
Charles H. Price II, American Ambassador to Great Britain, Letter to USS Vincennes Captain Will C. Rogers III.

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Saturday, July 19, 2008 - Full Story

Putting the Focus back where it belongs

  “The focus must be placed on Prai de Luz.  I hope the test results put the focus back on Maddie,” said the email that reached Canada Free Press (CFP) this morning.
  Had anybody but Danie Krugel sent the email, I would not have got the jolt of adrenalin upon reading it.

  Former South African police superintendent Danie Krugel has been quietly working on the Maddie case—with the consent of her parents, Gerry and Kate McCann, using the Matter Oriented System (MOS) equipment he has developed.

By Judi McLeod - Friday, July 18, 2008 - Full Story

Gore’s Entourage Lincoln Town Car Outside Global Warming Speech Idles w/ AC Cranking for 20 Minutes!

imageEd Frank,

We’re back from Al Gore’s big global warming speech, and boy did we have a great time! ‘

We had a dedicated band of taxpayer advocates out in force, pointing out the high economic cost of global warming alarmism - starting with $8 a gallon gasoline.

Of course, we saw plenty of hypocrisy—especially the fact that Gore didn’t ride his bike or take public transporation to the event.

By Guest Column - Friday, July 18, 2008 - Full Story