Monday, July 18, 2005
Giving paper money and power to politicians is like giving whiskey and car keys to teenagers.
...the war is not making the United States safer and is harming U.S. taxpayers by saddling them with an enormous debt burden, since the war is being financed with deficit spending. [San Francisco Chronicle]
The insane reality is it is being financed with monetary units of no Thing in the biggest counterfeiting scheme ever devised; And YOU, dear Americans, are participants uber alles.
US Plans Nuclear Attack on Iran
Philip Giraldi, a former intelligence officer in the CIA (and DIA), claims that the United States is developing a plan for the bombing of supposed military targets in Iran, which would include the use of NUCLEAR WEAPONS. The US strike would take place after a 9/11-type terrorist attack on the US. However, the US attack would not depend on Iran actually being involved in the terrorism. In short, the planned attack on Iran would be analogous to the unprovoked attack on Iraq. [War Without End]
Another Attack on July 22?
China Wants War
Story posted by Research1
There are many who do not understand or want to hear the words of Chinese General Zhu. I, for one, believe Zhu. The Chinese army and the Chinese Communist Party want to fight a nuclear war with the U.S. [Newsmax]
Who Murdered 32 Iraqi Children? (Truth Comes Out)
In conclusion, the evidence and interviews revealed what was obvious from the very start...That this evil crime was perpetrated by occupation forces with the objective of murdering Iraqi children and blaming the national Resistance so as to lessen its base of support (sounds like Vietnam tactics all over again - Phoenix) [uruknet]
CAFTA and Dietary Supplements
July 18, 2005
The House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on the Central American Free Trade Agreement in the next two weeks, and one little-known provision of the agreement desperately needs to be exposed to public view. CAFTA, like the World Trade Organization, may serve as a forum for restricting or even banning dietary supplements in the U.S.
This is why the drug companies support WTO and CAFTA. They see international trade agreements as a way to do an end run around American law and restrict supplements through international regulations.
The largely government-run health care establishment, including the nominally private pharmaceutical companies, want government to control the dietary supplement industry-- so that only they can manufacture and distribute supplements. If that happens, as it already is happening in Europe, the supplements you now take will be available only by prescription and at a much higher cost-- if they are available at all. This alone is sufficient reason for Congress to oppose the unconstitutional, sovereignty-destroying CAFTA bill.