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Sunday Weekly Review – Welcome to San Diego!

June 5, 2005

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Get details on “Deep Throat” whistleblower Mark Felt and the War in Iraq that the mainstream media won’t report and the other news of the week.
Do you see the similarities between the Bush Administration and Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith?
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  • jeff m. June 11, 2005 8:42 pm

    It was nice to find I made you smile for a moment,as well as for a change huh? But I do have a really well developed sense of humor,and love to be playful and light-hearted! There are times when being jovial is not possible though,such as when discussing 9/11,because there is really nothing to laugh about in that matter.
    Perhaps I will strive to alternate between tragedy,and lifes more beautiful aspects in light of your post! See Vicky…sweetheart….one person can really make a difference,and I thank you for being that one for me!…….and now I really am going to next sunday!! 🙂 (unless of course you compell me to post once again,anyway!)

  • Fred Dawes June 11, 2005 5:19 pm

    San Diego will become just like Mexico with all its murder and corruption and with all its lies of little people. and never forget the family of Fox and The family of Bush are one and the same, both drug dealers and killers. Rats are Rats.

  • More, more coincidence? June 11, 2005 10:25 am

    Rashmee Z.Ahmed and Prince Ahmed? (Who killed Prince Ahmed?)

  • More Coincidence June 11, 2005 10:07 am

    Bush took FBI agents off Laden family trail
    ONDON: America was itself to blame for the events of September 11 because the US administration was using “kid gloves” in tracking down Osama bin Laden and “other fanatics linked to Saudi Arabia”, a special BBC investigation has alleged in a damning indictment of the two presidents Bush and American foreign policy.
    The report, which the BBC claimed was based on a secret FBI document, numbered 199I WF213589 and emanating out of the FBI’s Washington field office, alleged that the cynicism of the American establishment and “connections between the CIA and Saudi Arabia and the Bush men and bin Ladens” may have been the real cause of the deaths of thousands in the World Trade Centre attacks.
    The investigation, which featured in the BBC’s leading current affairs programme, Newsnight, said the FBI was told to “back off” investigating one of Osama bin Laden’s brothers, Abdullah, who was linked to “the Saudi funded World Association of Muslim Youth (WAMY), a suspected terrorist organisation,” whose accounts have still not frozen by the US treasury despite “being banned by Pakistan some weeks ago and India claiming it was linked to an organisation involved in bombing in Kashmir”.
    Newsnight said there was a long history of “shadowy” American connections with Saudi Arabia, not least the two presidents Bush’s “business dealings” with the bin Ladens and another more insidious link revealed by the former head of the American visa section in Jeddah.
    The official said he had been concerned about visas issued to large numbers of “unqualified” men “with no family links or any links with America or Saudi Arabia”, only to find out later that it “was not visa fraud” but part of a scheme in which young men “recruited by Osama bin Laden” were being sent for “terrorist training by the CIA” after which they were sent on to Afghanistan.
    In a reiteration of a now well-known claim by one of George W Bush’s former business partners, the BBC said he made his first million 20 years ago on the back of a company financed by Osama’s elder brother, Salem. But it added the more disturbing assertion that both presidents Bush had lucrative stakes along with the bin Ladens in Carlyle Corporation, a small private company which has gone on to become one of America’s biggest defence contractors. The bin Ladens sold their stake in Carlyle soon after September 11, it said.
    American politicians later told the BBC programme that they rejected the accusation that the establishment had called the dogs of the intelligence agencies off the bin Ladens and the royal House of Saud because of a strategic interest in Saudi Arabia, which has the world’s biggest oil reserve.