Conyers Slams Washington Post


Iraq, Tony & the Truth

The hearing on the Downing Street Minutes was shown on C-Span 2 Thursday night. It will be shown again Friday at 8PM EDT on C-SPAN 2. It is also on the C-SPAN website and can be seen at your convenience.

I was around during Watergate. The same obstructionist tactics where taking place at the beginning, before Congress, finally, got around to impeaching Nixon.

First, the Republican leadership in Congress said there was "no room" to hold the hearings. When they realized that they better not keep that up, they found room...in a very small room in the basement of the Capitol building!

On top of that hindrance, the leadership did an unprecedented move. Instead of the usual 3-5 bills to be presented for a vote, during a typical 2 hour period, THEY BROUGHT UP 11 OF THEM... PRECISELY at the time when the Conyers' hearing was taking place.


Fortunately, moderate Republicans are seeing the "iceberg" up ahead and are beginning to jump ship.

Folks, it is a " fate o' complete". Bush and his cronies will be held to account!

Jack Topel



Please view this 1 hour documentary done by the BBC: "Iraq, Tony & the Truth"


MUST pass this on - specially to our fellow Republicans.

We need to not just "preach to the choir." Each of us must get someone else to wake up and see the truth. Inspiring them to watch this hearing would sure give them an education. Recording it to lend to others would help. Writing to the editor or asking the media to cover the truth would be even better. We must act to get more to see the truth and demand that Congess investigate the Downing Street Minutes and act upon what they learn.


Relatives of some troops killed in Iraq seek hearings on Downing Street memo


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Informant: Our bill of rights

Did Bush Steal 2004 Election?


Omega-News Collection 18. June 2005

A New Kind of Solar Storm

Chairman of Shell: 'The Boat Is Sinking'

Global-warming fight goes grass roots

Kyoto and Beyond

The debate's over: Globe is warming

Climate change is costing us, says BT boss

Defeat the Energy Bill

Peru's Isolated Indigenous Peoples Gravely Threatened

Illegal GMO Rice Spreads across China


Enough of the GM bulldust

Save the Great Bear Rainforest

Save one of the last primary Forests of Southern Brazil


Playing God with Life

WWF Says Japan Scientific Whaling is a Sham

Iceland: Stop Whaling

Coral scandal

Shipbreaking investigation


Saving Species, Saving Ourselves

Help protect Canada's globally important Boreal Forests, Watersheds, Wetlands and Creatures

Public Citizen Urges U.S. Conference of Mayorsto Oppose Water Privatization

Vote USA 2004

Iraq War

Is Iran next?



EMF-Omega-News 18. June 2005

EMF-Omega-News 18. June 2005

Case-Control Study on Cellular and Cordless Telephones and the Risk for Acoustic Neuroma or Meningioma in Patients

Effects of 900 MHz electromagnetic field on TSH and thyroid hormones in rats

Motorola Funded Counter Research on Microwave DNA Damage

1997 - A curious year in Sweden

Is WiFi dangerous?

A great historical Trial against Orange is going to be taken

Health fears amid mast invasion threat

Childrens' health - EMR health effects

Base Stations, operating within strict national and international Guidelines, do not present a Health Risk

Tower protests increasing in Australia

Demo held over chapel mast plan

Posters blitz against mast plan


Residents to fight phone masts plan

Use people power to fight phone mast


Call to block telecom mast

Land buy in doubt

'Cancer street' residents admit loss


Phone mast must be stopped

Why Not Encourage Your MP to Join the Parliamentary All Party Mobile Group and Support anti-Mast Early Day Motion(s) and Parliamentary Bill(s)

Campaigners claim wins in war on phone masts

Mast protesters fail in bid to buy site

Joy for families as mast bid rejected

Santa brings 3G to New Zealand

Disappointment at phone mast decision



I will not allow a mast in my yard

Invasion of the mobile masts


Anger at plans for phone mast in church spire

We'll fight to get rid of phone mast

Phone mast approved despite objections

Phone mast objectors to speak out

School mobilises against mast plan

Mobile phone giants have put new mast plans on hold


New mobile phone mast plan sparks fears

Why a whole lot of new masts are lining up

Parents win campaign over phone mast

Base station proximity affect property prices



Phone mast for square thrown out

Church mast protest

Anger over phone mast decisions

MP joins outcry at O2 over phone mast bid

Mobile phone mast row

Pledge: Phone mast plans will be opposed

Protestors fight phone mast plans

Fir goodness sake - we don't want mast

Phone mast protesters ring changes

Residents say mast should go

Raising kids with conscience

Money Before Children's Health

Bid to screen 'joke' phone mast schemes

People power triumphs in phone mast campaign

Parents' fury over phone masts decision

Councillor joins Bourne mast protest

Fury over mast plan near school


Protesters of a mobile phone mast will stage an all night vigil

Would you like this Orange Mast only 15 metres from your childrens' bedrooms?


Would you like this Orange Mast only 15 metres from your childrens' bedrooms?

Tell famous people to behave ethically where mobile phones and masts are concerned

Magenta News from Mast Network

FBI wehrt sich gegen den Handy-Gebrauch in Flugzeugen


Nachricht von der BI Bad Dürkheim

'Squandered Victory' -- An Insider's Troubling Account of the U.S. Role in Iraq

The article below is a great review of a new book by Larry Diamond, a former senior adviser to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad and a leading American scholar on democracy and democratic movements.


More than 1,200 who had anthrax vaccine now sick

More than 1,200 military personnel who received the anthrax vaccine before going to Iraq have developed serious illnesses, according to an Army report released last month, though local military officials contend the shots still are safe and necessary.


Crescendo of Concern (Over Faltering Iraq War)

Americans want their soldiers home; Congress is getting angry about the conduct of the war. It’s time for Bush to start being frank about Iraq.


Lawmaker-Contractor Deals Questioned

Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham serves on the House subcommittee that appropriates money for the nation's defense. The California Republican also lives on a yacht berthed on the Potomac that is owned by the president of a local defense firm whose contracts Cunningham has supported.


Torture and Partisan Politics


In hearings this week before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Congress for the first time in many months began to address the issue of treatment of detainees and prisoners in the War on Terror. However, instead of addressing the abuses, partisan politicians are attacking the messenger. White House press secretary Scott McClellan called the remarks of Senator Dick Durbin "reprehensible" and suggested that Durbin was attacking the troops. Further remarks came from Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John Warner and others.

Help spread the word that we need a real investigation -- not partisan spin.


Pentagon Concerned About Legality of Interrogation Techniques

The interrogation techniques used at Guantanamo Bay Detention Center in 2002 triggered concerns among senior Pentagon officials that they could face criminal prosecution under U.S. anti-torture laws, ABC News has learned. Notes from a series of meetings at the Pentagon in early 2003 -- obtained by ABC News -- show that Alberto Mora, general counsel of the Navy, warned his superiors that they might be breaking the law. During a January 2003 meeting involving top Pentagon lawyer William Haynes and other officials, the memo shows that Mora warned that "use of coercive techniques ... has military, legal, and political implication ... has international implication ... and exposes us to liability and criminal prosecution."


Senate Makes Environment the Focus of Energy Bill

Heading toward a collision with the House and White House, the Senate sought Thursday to put an environmentally friendly stamp on its energy legislation as lawmakers and President Bush struggle to agree on an elusive national power policy.


Durbin Defends Guantanamo Comments

Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.) drew a White House rebuke yesterday for comparing the treatment of prisoners at the naval detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to the interrogation tactics of the Nazis and the Soviet gulags. But Durbin defended his comments and said conditions there were not worthy of a democracy such as the United States.


Senate Debates Treatment of Detainees

The alleged mistreatment of detainees at the U.S. prison in Guantanamo Bay sets off a heated Senate debate. Senator Richard Durbin, an Illinois Democrat, compared a description of mistreatment -- submitted to a Pentagon investigator by an F-B-I agent -- to actions carried out by Nazi Germany and Stalinist Russia. Some Republicans accused Durbin of maligning American military personnel.


Tell famous people to behave ethically where mobile phones and masts are concerned

I want to remind you that the Mast Sanity National Conference and AGM is on the 8th and 9th October. Either visit in person or try and send someone from your area or campaign group. The venue is University of London, Regent Street, London - next to Oxford Circus tube station. A great opportunity to hear the latest and visit one of the worlds most wonderful cities!! And meet wonderful people.

It has come to my attention that 02 are a major sponsor of Live 8 and will also presumably be making huge profits from their role as a "key broadcast and facilitation partner" in the event.

Given all the fuss about coca cola's potential sponsorship, I am wondering if there might be any mileage in campaigning around this issue? Not much time, but messages round various email lists might be a start to get people thinking about ways they could protest. Have tried to find a communication routeway via Live 8 websites but am supposed to be doing other things right now. Will try later.

Karen Wren


Good comment Karen. Also do O2 get tickets to give to councillors, politicans, planning officers etc???

I think mast campaigners in the UK are absolutely exhausted fighting their own campaigns. The operators just keep coming back, like something out of "Terminator"! This tactic means we have less time, energy and money to do the high profile stuff like complaining about the 2million text messages sent to get tickets to Live 8. The only way to get tickets was to text. Does Geldof not know about Tetra and what O2 are doing? He can never read the newspapers, listen to the radio or watch the news.

Also Glastonbury has released a few thousand more tickets but you can only get them if you own an Orange phone! "What about the f***** Orange masts Mr Glastonbury Organiser?"

Elton John earned £24 million (US$ 43million) last year. An international icon - but he does an Orange advert. Surely he doesn't need the money?

This is something we need do. Tell famous people to behave ethically where mobile phones and masts are concerned. How can people complain about Coca Cola and then say nothing about the horrible treatment the British public get from the phone operators?

Best Yasmin Skelt, Chorleywood, England


Yasmin .

Thank you and Karen, I had read it in the paper, but was to busy, to react.

Anyone- Pls. tell me who has Bob Geldofs E-mail address?

Lets swamp him with protest e-mail.

He wants to save Africa, and never gives a thought about his own people is letting down doing it.

Who are at the mercy of Orange, Vodafone, H3G, O2 etc for their and their childrens lives and health.

But I am sure Bob Geldof knows all about us, the resistance.

Elton John, probably needs the money.

He is all but bankrupt, but lets find his E-mail as well, and swamp him.

I will try to find their E-mail addresses, and if I do, I´ll put them here.

Best regards.




Karen and Yasmin

Here are two e-mail addresses, for what its worth.



Best regards.



Hi Yasmin

I've thought for some time we need to have masts as the cover story for Schnews. For those of you who don't know Schnews is the biggest radical/activist newsletter in Britain. It comes out every Friday and they estimate it gets read by 40,000+ people.

They've done bits and bobs before but will rarely publish stuff unless there's an action involved. I suggest we or they (wait till after G8) do masts as the cover story and include Geldof, Elton John, Stephen Fry etc and use it to publicise a national demo. Down here in Brighton at least (mainly as a result of my labours) activists are starting to wake up to masts.

Schnews tel 01273 685913




But these are the “official sites e-mails”, so I am not sure how good they are.

These people are “Company Concerns”, not humans like the rest of us.

And notice how ready they always are to prostitute themselves for cash, and a lot of the time they call it “Doing good, for a good cause”.

Remember Cherie Blair in her Australia tour.

That was supposed to be for “A good cause and Charity” but the only ones who did not cash in were, guess who: The charity in question. (Cherie Blair raked in the money).

But its worth the try.

Best regards.




Yes, this is the way the world works, and we won't stop it. We won't change it, except by backing the research that proves the harm, fighting the false interpretations and by publicising it continually.

David Bellamy backed industry on climate change, then found it was too late to back down when two environment charities ditched him this week.

Information, not indignation.




It's schnews@brighton.co.uk - make sure you spell schnews with an "n".

I still think we should see if we can do a cover story one week - schnews readers are ACTIVISTS - not leisure readers.




George Monbiot: Bards of the powerful:

Far from challenging the G8's role in Africa's poverty, Geldof and Bono are giving legitimacy to those responsible.



Coltan Mining: No Blood On My Mobile


Hexham Courant

Published on Friday, June 17th 2005


CHAMPIONING a bid to block a phone mast being erected on top of Dontino’s nightclub has earned a pat on the back for a Hexham councillor.

Coun. Matty Donnelly was the driving force behind objections to Hutchison 3G UK Ltd’s application for an eight-metre communications mast.

The application was unanimously turned down by members of Tynedale Council’s development control committee at its meeting last month.

At last week’s meeting of Hexham Town Council, the Mayor of Hexham Coun. Barry Pickering, backed by Coun. Colin Moss, said: “I would like to congratulate Coun. Donnelly for all of his hard work on this one. Well done.”

Would you like this Orange Mast only 15 metres from your childrens' bedrooms?


Thought you might like to see this picture - on the other hand, perhaps not!

David B



No way! Not us!

We have tried it and we are grown ups, and it almost killed us.

We had a 3G mast 28 meters from our bedroom and in the end had to abandon our home due to illness, and find somewhere else to live.

Our attic was converted into a lovely big play and sleep area for our grandchildren to have as their own when on weekend visits.

No more grandchildren weekends.

No more B….. life, not even now.

Now 1½ years later we are still fighting the ill effects of the radiating pollution, some symptoms have gone.

But a lot of illness has stayed behind with us, and will probably never leave from now on.

Before we were never poorly, now we are sick a lot, and have been ever since.

So, 2 choses, take down the mast, or move your children away from it.

Best regards.

Agnes Ingvarsdottir.




It looks so innocuous, but I know how vicious Orange masts are because that is what is 14 metres from residents homes in Kensworth. Our mast is slightly different, because it's disguised as a street light.

Commiserations and Regards,
Gill Lyden

Protesters of a mobile phone mast will stage an all night vigil

Protesters of a mobile phone mast being put up on land near a rugby club will stage an all night vigil after rumours work would begin early on Saturday.

BBC News Website 18 June 05

Demonstrators have already erected a shed at the entrance to the site next to Talywain Rugby Club in Pontypool.

They plan to man the protest line throughout Friday night after hearing work on the Vodafone mast would begin.

Vodafone said it had legal permission to build on the site but could give no assurances when work would start.

Residents are objecting to the mast on health grounds and have said that they are seeking a judicial review over the plans.

Cath Gullick, who represents the protesters, said they wanted all of the issues to be discussed before any work was carried out on the site.

"There are a number of issues which we want to see resolved before any work begins," she said.

"We are concerned about several things including the health issues of putting a mast on a site which is close to residential properties.

"We just want these matters sorted out before any preparatory work takes place."

She said that since the first protest on 6 June where residents prevented contractors from entering the site of the planned mast, they have maintained a continued presence at the site.

She added that following rumours that contractors would attempt to begin work early Saturday morning, an all night vigil would be held at the site.

Ms Gullick said: "We are going to keep a close eye on things and if any lorries make their way here, all we have to do if phone everyone and there will be a crowd within minutes.

"There is such strong feeling about this whole matter."

Opinion split

Vodafone said it had planning permission from Torfaen council to erect the 15m mast at the site and to provide a service for the local people who use mobile phones.

A spokeswoman said that the start time of the work was dependent upon the contractors.

People in a number of areas across the UK have complained about masts amid concern over possible health risks.

Last month the UK government announced new research into their location, as well as mobile phone technology.

Scientific opinion is split, and the National Radiological Protection Board has urged more research into masts.

Torfaen planners have approved Vodafone's proposals for the 15m mast.


Scientific opinion is split?! Hey, that's a whole lot better than 40 years of research proving they're harmless, dating back to before masts existed!!!


Films Capture Iraq's Brutal Truth


Informant: NHNE

Pestizidtests an Menschen: Verletzung ethischer Standards

Pressemitteilung vom 18. Juni 2005

Bayer, Shell, Cheminova: Pestizidtests an Menschen

Bericht von US-Kongressabgeordneten: „Verletzung ethischer Standards“

Die amerikanischen Abgeordneten Harry Waxman und Barbara Boxer üben scharfe Kritik an der Praxis von Chemieunternehmen, hochgefährliche Pestizide direkt an Menschen zu testen. Die US-Administration hatte im vergangenen Jahr ein Moratorium von Präsident Clinton gekippt und solche Tests bei der Risiko-Bewertung von Agrogiften zugelassen. Die Pestizid-Produzenten erhoffen sich hierdurch eine Lockerung von Grenzwerten in Lebensmitteln und im Wasser.

Waxman und Boxer legten gestern einen Report vor, in dem sie 24 Studien von Pestizid-Herstellern analysieren. Sie kommen zu dem Ergebnis, dass die Studien ethische Standards systematisch verletzen. Unter anderem wurden Probanden mangelhaft auf Risiken hingewiesen, unerwünschte Ergebnisse verschwiegen und Testpersonen gesundheitlich geschädigt.

Der deutsche BAYER-Konzern, größter Pestizid-Hersteller der Welt, drang jahrelang auf eine Zulassung solcher Menschenversuche. Drei Studien des Unternehmens werden in dem Untersuchungsbericht genannt. In einer Studie schluckten acht Testpersonen über einen Monat das Organophosphat Azinphos-Methyl - die WHO stuft dieses Insektizid als „hoch gefährlich" ein. Alle Probanden äußerten Gesundheitsbeschwerden, diese wurden in der abschließenden Bewertung jedoch verschwiegen. Die Informationen, die BAYER zuvor zu Verfügung gestellt hatte, gingen in keinster Weise auf drohende Gesundheitsrisiken ein.

Philipp Mimkes von der Coordination gegen BAYER-Gefahren: „Das Vorgehen von BAYER und anderen Pestizidproduzenten ist unmoralisch und scharf zu verurteilen. Die Gesundheit der Probanden wird vorsätzlich aufs Spiel gesetzt. Weitere Testreihen sind zu befürchten – entweder in Ländern der Dritten Welt oder unter Ausnutzung materiell benachteiligter Menschen.“

Erik Olson, Sprecher des amerikanischen NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENCE COUNCIL kritisiert: "Es verwundert nicht, dass bei den Testpersonen keine Spätfolgen entdeckt wurden - schließlich gab es keinerlei Langzeituntersuchungen, die solche Schäden hätten feststellen können.“

Bruce Turnbull aus Edinburgh/Schottland war Teilnehmer einer weiteren Versuchsreihe mit Azinphos-Methyl. Er dachte, er würde an einem Pharmatest teilnehmen: "Die Krankenschwestern sprachen immer von einem Medikament. Vor dem Test erhielt ich zwar Informationsmaterial, aber die Fachausdrücke darin habe ich nicht verstanden." Turnbull eine von 50 Testpersonen gewesen, die für einen Lohn von rund 1000 Euro eine Pille mit Azinphos-Methyl schluckten und daraufhin sieben Tage lang beobachtet wurden. „Wer vor Ablauf der Woche nach Hause ging, musste eine Strafe zahlen. Danach habe ich nie wieder von dem Forschungsinstitut gehört, weitere ärztliche Untersuchungen wurden nicht angestellt.“ Auch der Auftraggeber der Testreihe wurde den Probanden nicht mitgeteilt. Erst drei Jahre später wurde Turnbull von Journalisten auf die Hintergründe der Versuche hingewiesen.

Nach dem „Nürnberger Kodex“ von 1947 sind Tests an Menschen nur legitim, wenn „Ergebnisse für das Wohl der Gesellschaft“ zu erwarten sind – wozu die Lockerung von Grenzwerten kaum zählt. Die Testpersonen müssen Ziele und Risiken erfahren und verstehen. Die „Helsinki Deklaration" der World Medical Association fordert zudem, dass solche Tests der Bevölkerungsgruppe, aus der die Teilnehmer stammen, zugute kommen müssen.

Weitere Informationen:
Artikel aus „Spiegel Online“

Übersichtsartikel aus den USA

Der vollständige Report:

Coordination gegen BAYER-Gefahren
Postfach 150418, D-40081 Düsseldorf
Tel: 0211 - 333 911, Fax 0211 - 333 940


Dr. Sigrid Müller, Pharmakologin, Bremen
Dr. Erika Abczynski, Kinderärztin, Dormagen
Eva Bulling-Schröter, ehem. MdB, Berlin
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Rochlitz, Chemiker, ehem. MdB, Burgwald
Dr. Janis Schmelzer, Historiker, Berlin
Wolfram Esche, Rechtsanwalt, Köln
Dorothee Sölle,Theologin, Hamburg (gest. 2003)
Prof. Dr. Anton Schneider, Baubiologe, Neubeuern
Prof. Jürgen Junginger, Designer, Krefeld

A Press Coverup


Americans Sour on Iraq, Block Bush Domestic Goals


Reject Corporate Abuse of Food, Medicine, and Defense


World Tribunal on War Crimes in Iraq


The Killing Street Memo


Collateral Risk: DU Research Gap Could Impact Vermont Troops


Bloggers' 'Victory' Over Iraq war Memos


'Beginning of the End': War Criticism and Concerns Both Growing


Justifying the Silence on Downing Street Memos




Join the tens of thousands on September 24
Who Will Call for Impeachment
Gather at the White House at 12 noon

We're doing it! The banners and signs of ImpeachBush.org were on prominent display yesterday on the doorstep of the White House as Congressman Conyers and hundreds of others rallied outside of the White House to denounce Bush's pattern of lies and deceit. Photos of ImpeachBush.org banners were picked up all over the mass media last night. The tide is turning. Bush is scrambling to "explain" Iraq to a population that is turning against the administration and its lies and criminal conduct. We are going to turn up the heat in the months ahead.

Help us take the next steps by making the most generous contribution you can today. For access to the online donation form and the secure server, where you can also get information to write a check, click here:

The grassroots movement for impeachment has made itself into a force too powerful to ignore. Yesterday (June 16) Congressman John Conyers held a hearing at the Capitol followed by a rally at the White House demanding the Bush Administration answer the questions raised by the Downing Street Memorandum.

It is hardly news to those who have been working to demand impeachment of Bush and other officials of the administration for High Crimes and Misdemeanors that the administration lied to the people of the United States in their pre-planned and duplicitous rush to war. But for the politicians and media who have tried to ignore the plain reality of this criminal conduct, the truth is becoming unavoidable. The hearing was broadcast coast to coast by Pacifica radio, which also invited a representative from ImpeachBush.org to provide commentary on the impact of the Downing Street Memo as evidence of impeachable offenses.

The response to the September 24 mobilization in the last few days has been incredible. People in big cities, small towns and every place in between are telling us that they want to be part of and help support this massive demonstration in Washington D.C. It will be the action of the people at the grassroots that will make everything else move forward. This is what led to the eventual expose and resignation of Nixon three decades ago. The people move first, then the elected officials and the media can't help but take notice.

For access to the online donation form and the secure server, where you can also get information to write a check, click here:

Everyone should wear an ImpeachBush.org t-shirt in the next weeks of warm weather, put up a lawn sign or give one to a friend or neighbor. This is the time to get the message out there! You can pick up shirts, signs, great baseball caps - all at the ImpeachBush Resource Center today:

View photographs:

-- All of Us at ImpeachBush / VoteToImpeach.org


Congressman Conyers hammers the Washington Post's Dana Milbank



Downing Street Minutes and Pre-War Intelligence


Dear People at CSPAN,

Thank you for broadcasting live coverage of and for rebroadcasting this most important hearing of Downing Street Minutes and Pre-War Intelligence.

Please DO IT AGAIN a few more times! I was watching the schedule for a listing for today, but it apparently didn't get into the lineup until this morning, just a few hours before airing.

I think that this is probably the most important hearing since IRAN-CONTRA.

Hopefully you will soon broadcast in its entirety, Downing Street Minutes and Pre-War Intelligence, a few more times at least and please be SURE to list times well in advance in the schedule lineup.

I would be most grateful if you could give me advance notice as soon as the next airings are scheduled, so that I may inform others to tune in to your channel.

Please add my name to your alert list and send me an email message with this information.

Many thanks,

Sasha Karlik
Los Angeles


You and What Army?


Informant: Logan Victorians

Peru's Isolated Indigenous Peoples Gravely Threatened


Waxman and Boxer Release Report on Human Pesticide Experiments


In Congo, 1,000 die per day: Why isn't it a media story?


Informant: NHNE

OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM - Did Bush mislead nation to war?

In live Net poll, MSNBC readers say yes by 94%.

Informant: Carol Wolman


Urge Congress to Investigate Bush's Iraq War Lies


Informant: Carol Wolman


Review of the leaked UK documents, with context


Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news


Michigan's 'Congressman from Planet Earth'


Informant: Diana Davies




‘Policy’ Means Mistake or Fraud


Foreign Legions for the Empire?


Joe and the Law


Informant: Lew Rockwell

People Die in War


Mega-tsunami: Wave of Destruction


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