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8/20/2007  In Depth Security and Prosperity Partnership: SPP FAQs
To hear some people talk, the Security and Prosperity Partnership meetings are nothing to get worked up about. Thomas D'Aquino, of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives, has said the issues discussed at the SPP are "quite important but frankly quite boring. They're not terribly exciting." David Bohigian, the American assistant secretary of commerce for market access and compliance, told the magazine The Nation that the SPP is mostly concerned with bureaucratic minutiae and standards harmonization. "For instance, in the U.S., we sell baby food in several different sizes; in Canada, it's just two different sizes," he told the magazine. But if it's all boring bureaucracy and baby food jars, why are thousands of protestors expected to show up in Montebello, Que., a small town halfway between Ottawa and Montreal, for the third leaders' meeting under the SPP? - Who is opposed to the SPP? Opposition to the SPP exists in all three countries and on either end of the political spectrum. Progressive groups, particularly in Canada, say the SPP amounts to Canada's deep integration with the United States. The Council of Canadians says the SPP is anti-democratic, makes Canadians less secure and ties Canada to the U.S. "war on terror." The Council is also concerned about the SPP discussions about bulk water exports from Canada to the U.S. The NDP has said it has concerns about the SPP's "lack of transparency and democratic oversight." NDP trade critic Peter Julian has tabled a motion calling for public consultations and full Parliamentary oversight of the SPP. - On the Canadian government's website about the SPP, some of the agreement's accomplishments are listed: * Initiatives that make it easier to ship goods across the border. * Strategies to limit the impact of disasters and allow for a more co-ordinated international response and a faster recovery. * International co-operation on intelligence, law enforcement, transportation security and border management to help reduce criminal activity and terror risks. * Reduction of transit times by 50 per cent at the Detroit-Windsor gateway, the largest border crossing point between Canada and the U.S. Not listed is a planned "harmonization" of pesticide limits between Canada and the U.S., which would raise the acceptable level of pesticide residues on fruits and vegetables. The SPP's 2006 prosperity report identified "differences in pesticide maximum residue limits" as "barriers to trade."
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8/20/2007  Stop SPP Protest
Union Leader stops provocateurs

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8/19/2007  Trade worries cloud Nafta talks: Plans to modernise the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) will take centre stage when the leaders of the US, Canada and Mexico meet on Monday.
The 14-year old agreement, which has generated $700bn in cross-border trade, has come under increasing fire in the US where it is seen to have cost jobs. The trade deal is a cornerstone of a broad-ranging Security and Prosperity Partnership agreed by the trio in 2005. Thousands of protesters are gathering in Quebec ahead of the two-day summit. 'Big challenge' Police have established a 25km (15 mile) security cordon around the resort complex, a 90-minute drive from Ottawa, where President George W Bush, Mexico's President Felipe Calderon and Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper are to meet. Critics of Nafta and other free trade deals argue that they have destroyed jobs in poorer countries and damaged the environment.
posted: 11/7/10                   0       2

8/17/2007  Apologize to Peter Schiff
his CNBC 8/28/06 recession prediction, FOX 12/31/06 on home prices, FOX 8/17/07 on lots, which are laughed at
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8/17/2007  Feds Train Clergy To "Quell Dissent," turn in guns and split up families (KSLA 12)
posted: 5/4/09      
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8/17/2007  Run on banks in LA amid crisis; Wal-Mart CEO says customers are 'running out of money'
Earlier this week, consumer juggernauts Home Depot and Wal-Mart reported softer than expected earnings
(The Raw Story)
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8/16/2007  Alex Jones discusses Martial Law with Jeff Addicot (CBS)
posted: 5/4/09      
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keywords: Alex Jones, Jeff Addicot, Martial Law Add New Keyword To Link

8/16/2007  Market woes, unsafe toys to feature in NAFTA talks: The leaders of the United States, Canada and Mexico will discuss topics as diverse as the current turmoil on financial markets and the safety of Chinese-made toys when they meet near Ottawa next week.
The credit crunch, which has depressed markets globally, has nosed its way on to the agenda of a regular summit of the partners in the North American Free Trade Agreement: U.S. President George W. Bush, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Mexican President Felipe Calderon. "I'm quite confident that they will be having a wide-ranging discussion on the economy," Harper spokeswoman Sandra Buckler said on Thursday when asked if they would discuss market disruptions. The Aug 20-21 meeting in Montebello, Quebec, is formally to develop further the "Security and Prosperity Partnership" (SPP) of NAFTA countries -- which has become a red flag for activists on the left and the right who are convinced it means a European Union-style loss of sovereignty.
posted: 11/6/10                   0       3

8/16/2007  Millions of families face compulsory water meters
Water companies are to be given new powers to force meters on millions of families amid claims it is necessary to cope with future droughts. The controversial plan, which will add more than 1 billion to water bills over the next decade, was given the green light by the government on Thursday. Ministers claim that despite the floods of this summer, the country is likely to see more droughts in future years, which will create a need to conserve water. They argue that imposing meters generally leads to a reduction in household use of some 10 per cent. New powers to adopt compulsory water metering are to be given to those companies who can show they are in so-called "water stress" areas. However, the government plans to direct every water company in the country to consider imposing meters on customers to solve water shortage problems.
(UK Daily Mail)
posted: 6/1/09                   2       22
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8/13/2007  Stu Dykofsky on FOX News: "We knew who the enemy was then. America's fabric is pulling apart like a cheap sweater. What would sew us back together? Another 9/11 attack." (FOX)
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8/10/2007  Canadian Broadcaster Avi Lewis on Maher Arar, the North American Security and Prosperity Partnership, Canadian Healthcare, and Argentinas Worker Run Factories
Beginning on August 20, thousands of activists plan to converge in Montebello, Quebec to protest a meeting between President Bush, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Mexican President Felipe Calderon. Canadian broadcaster Avi Lewis discusses the "Security and Prosperity Partnership" and its connection to the rendition of Maher Arar.
(Democracy Now)
posted: 11/8/10                   0       2

8/10/2007  China threatens 'nuclear option' of dollar sales
The Chinese government has begun a concerted campaign of economic threats against the United States, hinting that it may liquidate its vast holding of US treasuries if Washington imposes trade sanctions to force a yuan revaluation
(London Telegraph)
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8/9/2007  Project Hostile Intent plans 'non-invasive' DHS brainscan
Not the mind probe again, officer? My ass hurts
(The Register)
posted: 1/9/10                   0       11

8/5/2007  Foot-and-mouth strain identified
The strain of foot-and-mouth disease found at a Surrey farm has been identified, Defra has said
posted: 5/13/09                   1       22

8/2/2007  The Police
Your Freindly Guides

posted: 5/6/09      
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8/1/2007  North American Plan for Avian and Pandemic Influenza
Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America
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8/1/2007  White House says spying broader than known: report
The Bush administration's top intelligence official has acknowledged that a controversial domestic surveillance program was only one part of a much broader spying effort, The Washington Post reported in its Wednesday edition. Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell wrote in a letter that other aspects of the National Security Agency's domestic spying program remain classified, the Post said. "That is the only aspect of the NSA activities that can be discussed publicly because it is the only aspect of those various activities whose existence has been officially acknowledged," McConnell wrote, according to the Post. Bush acknowledged the existence of a program that monitored domestic phone calls and e-mails without court oversight in December 2005. The administration has not confirmed other secret spying efforts reported by news outlets, such as one that searched millions of telephone records.
posted: 9/20/11                   0       2

7/30/2007  California City to Transform Red Light Cameras Into Spy Cameras
Oakland, California to lobby legislature to allow 24-hour video surveillance with red light camera system. - Privacy advocates have long viewed red light cameras with the suspicion that the devices were the first step down a path of increased surveillance. Those fears may come true as the city of Oakland, California has revealed that it is working with the state legislature to secure a change in the law that will allow red light cameras to become full-scale surveillance cameras. In a memo from the Oakland Police Department dated June 26, Police Chief Wayne G. Tucker recommended that the city's lobbyist be ordered to advocate a new law in Sacramento. "The legislation would also allow the use of those (red light camera) images for evidentiary purposes other than the enforcement of red light violations, such as reckless driving, assaults, public nuisance activity, drug dealing, etc." The request came in conjunction with a plan to allow camera vendor Redflex to operate 20 video cameras at intersections 24-hours a day. The city council unanimously approved this ticketing contract with the Australian company on July 17 which is expected to generate several million in new revenue.
posted: 9/20/11                   0       2
keywords: Australia, California, Oakland, Police, Privacy, Redflex, Sacramento, United States, War On Drugs, Wayne G Tucker Add New Keyword To Link

7/29/2007  Fingerprints to speed up lunch lines
Using fingerprints, voice tones and eye-movement patterns has long been the stuff of spy movies, but the use of biometrics is now coming to the Lancaster School District. The district plans this fall to use a fingerprint scanner at El Dorado School to help speed up the lunch line. Officials say it backs up when youths enter their ID numbers on a keypad to buy lunch. "With kindergartners and first-graders, even students who go away for summer or for break, there are issues of remembering their number," said Connie Conrad, director of child nutrition. "It's a lot easier not to have a crying child, trying to get their name from them." While school administrators rave about being able to expedite the lunch line and make operations more efficient, the system worries officials at the American Civil Liberties Union.
(Lancaster Daily News)
posted: 9/20/11                   0       2
keywords: American Civil Liberties Union, Atlanta, Bill Schaaff, Biometrics, Kevin Creel, Lancaster, M2sys, Peter Eliasberg, Privacy, Santa Barbara, United States Add New Keyword To Link

7/28/2007  Are ID chips too invasive? An FDA-approved chip implant raises Big Brother concerns.
It appears that the effort to implant microchips into humans is not only alive and well but moving ever closer to getting under everyone's skin. Delray Beach firm VeriChip, the nation's only FDA-approved company allowed to produce microchips for injection into people, got a boost recently from the American Medical Association. The AMA said such devices "may help to identify patients, thereby improving the safety and efficiency of patient care." But the council warned that the devices' safety and security are unclear. That was enough to create a stir in the technology and medical worlds as well as among privacy and religious folks. And enough to put a smile on VeriChip's face. Scott Silverman, chief executive officer of VeriChip, says the primary aim is to help high-risk medical patients such as those with diabetes, Alzheimer's, cancer and heart conditions.
(St Petersburg Times)
posted: 9/20/11                   0       2

7/28/2007  Police 'kept bomber's suicide note from wife' arrested over 7/7 attack
Ringleader apologised for deceit and absence - Sky pays 15,000 for interview with widow
(London Guardian)
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7/27/2007  France to "triple" CCTV surveillance across the country
French interior minister Michele Alliot-Marie announced Thursday the government is planning to " triple" the existing CCTV surveillance capacities across the country, with a view to curbing the risks of terrorism and acts of violence. After chairing a meeting over the issue, the minister told the press she intended to develop CCTV surveillance "as a priority within the framework of an upcoming law on interior security orientation and programming (LOPSI)" which is expected to be submitted to the council of ministers in autumn. In order to "cover as much territory as possible," she said, there is a need for "enhanced networking with all those" who are already using this technology, notably citing "local authorities, Paris transport authorities (RATP), French national railway company (SNCF), and large shopping complexes."
posted: 9/25/11                   0       2
keywords: France, Michele Alliot-marie, Paris, Police, Privacy, Terrorists Add New Keyword To Link

7/25/2007  China province sets huge fines for one-child rule (Reuters)
posted: 5/5/09                   2       11
keywords: Abortion, China, Eugenics Add New Keyword To Link

7/23/2007  Canadians in the Dark About SPP Union with the USA and Mexico
The purpose of the Canada-USA-Mexico meeting in August, at Montebello, Quebec, is to ratify the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America In less than a months time, on August 20, the most powerful president in the world will be arriving in Montebello, Quebec, for a two-day conference. President George W. Bush will be meeting with Stephen Harper and their Mexican counterpart, Felipe Calderon. So far, the silence from the Canadian and American media has been deafening. Talk to 90 percent of people on the street and they wont know about this upcoming conference, and if by a slim chance they do, they wont know the purpose of the meeting or why the leaders of Canada, the United States and Mexico are meeting in the dog days of summer under what amounts to a veil of secrecy.
posted: 11/8/10                   0       1

7/23/2007  DC Madam Ponders Why She Was Raided (Prison Planet)
posted: 11/27/10                   0       3

7/23/2007  The Whitehouse Coup 1933, aimed at toppling President Franklin D Roosevelt with the help of half-a-million war veterans (BBC)
posted: 5/5/09                   1       11
keywords: Birds Eye, Coup, Franklin D Roosevelt, Goodtea, Heinz, Maxwell House, Prescott Bush Add New Keyword To Link

7/19/2007  A Banking Merger for the Books, Rothschild (
posted: 5/5/09                   1       11
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7/16/2007  Magnetic hybrid motorbike unveiled in Japan
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7/16/2007  MMR scare doctor 'paid children' -- The doctor who first suggested a link between MMR and autism paid children 5 for their blood samples at his son's birthday party, a hearing was told.
Dr Andrew Wakefield and two colleagues face professional misconduct charges over their controversial research into the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine. The General Medical Council alleges the trio acted unethically and dishonestly towards the Lancet medical journal. They all deny the allegations in the case which could last several months.
posted: 9/19/11                   0       2
keywords: Andrew Wakefield, General Medical Council, John Walker-smith, Lancet, London, Mind Institute IN California, Mmr, Royal Free Hospital, Simon Murch, Tony Blair, United Kingdom, Vaccines Add New Keyword To Link

7/15/2007  Dangers Of MMR Jab 'Covered Up'
According to a secret dossier, five cases were reported of potentially deadly brain inflammation following the use of MMR in Canada before it became part of standard childhood vaccinations in Britain
(UK Daily Express)
posted: 8/3/09                   0       7

7/13/2007  Stop, Stop! A North American Union! As Some Stoke Fears of 'Dangerous' Partnership, Reality Takes a Detour
Those who celebrated immigration reform's defeat last month as "a glorious victory for the American people" have a new issue to exploit. Their target: the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, or SPP, launched in March 2005 by the leaders of Canada, Mexico and the United States. Haven't heard of it? Well, those merchants of fear and exaggeration wish you had. According to them, the SPP will lead to a host of undesirable consequences, from a 10- to 12-lane highway splitting America's heartland from Mexico to Canada, to the elimination of America's borders and an "end (of) the United States as we know it," according to CNN's Lou Dobbs. One Web site,, depicts the ramifications with a graphic of North America in flames. Dobbs and others believe that the SPP is a "blueprint for the North American Union" and that next month's summit in Montebello, Canada, between President Bush, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Mexican President Felipe Calderon will further consolidate the agreement and lead to the dissolution of U.S. sovereignty. As it turns out, the agenda for that meeting isn't so apocalyptic. The three North American leaders are expected to announce an integrated strategy to combat pandemics, with avian flu one of the central motivations. Also finalized should be what organizers call a "trilateral regulatory cooperation framework meant to enhance competitiveness, while maintaining high standards of health and safety." As far as an attempt to dissolve the U.S. and establish a North American Union, don't look for it in the summit's plans. There is no mention of erasing borders and establishing a separate legal system, adopting a single currency or creating a secret police. Unless, of course, the team of disease-fighting scientists somehow takes a wrong turn in Kansas City and transforms into a revolutionary army for the North American Union. In sum, the SPP doesn't pose much of a threat.
(Washington Post)
posted: 11/9/10                   0       4

7/13/2007  The Delusional Miss Palfrey: D.C. Madam once promised judge she'd never re-enter pimping business
After pleading guilty to pimping out women, Deborah Palfrey, the so-called D.C. Madam, once promised a California judge that she would never re-enter the escort business, and claimed that she did not deserve a prison sentence because she was a caring mother hen to her hookers, lived by the 'Golden Rule,' and had already 'suffered enough.' Following an early-90s felony conviction, the veteran pimp, now 51, filed a lengthy sentencing memorandum in San Diego Superior Court (a copy of the document can be found below). The memo provides an instructive glimpse into Palfrey's personal life and professional m.o.. It also leaves the reader with the impression that she is rather delusional and has a remarkably high opinion of herself. As she sought a sentence of probation, Palfrey explained that greed did not drive her to open an escort service.
(The Smoking Gun)
posted: 11/27/10                   0       3

7/11/2007  'Sun not responsible for climate change'
"The key point of our paper is that since 1985 all the possible solar influences have been in the wrong direction to give warming,"
(London Telegraph)
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7/11/2007  Families should have no more than two children
(UK Daily Mail)
posted: 5/6/09                   2       14

7/11/2007  Jackpot Alert: Cameron de Rothschild? (E!)
posted: 5/6/09                   3       14

7/11/2007  RCMP, U.S. Army block public forum on the Security and Prosperity Partnership
The Council of Canadians has been told it will not be allowed to rent a municipal community centre for a public forum it had planned to coincide with the next Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) summit in Montebello, Quebec on August 20 and 21. The Municipality of Papineauville, which is about six kilometres from Montebello, has informed the Council of Canadians that the RCMP, the Sret du Qubec (SQ) and the U.S. Army will not allow the municipality to rent the Centre Communautaire de Papineauville for a public forum on Sunday August 19, on the eve of the so-called Security and Prosperity Partnership Leaders Summit. It is deplorable that we are being prevented from bringing together a panel of writers, academics and parliamentarians to share their concerns about the Security and Prosperity Partnership with Canadians, said Brent Patterson, director of organizing with the Council of Canadians. Meanwhile, six kilometres away, corporate leaders from the United States, Mexico and Canada will have unimpeded access to our political leaders.
(Council of Canadians)
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7/11/2007  Road with 100 cameras is plagued by crime
A crime-ridden high street in north London has been branded the most spied-upon road in Britain, after it emerged that it is watched over by more than 100 closed circuit television cameras. In one 650-yard section of Holloway Road, that runs from Archway to Highbury Corner, there are 29 cameras mounted on shops and lampposts, a church and a courtroom. There are 102 CCTV cameras monitoring crime on the two-mile road, as well as a further seven checking for speeding cars and vehicles straying into bus lanes. Civil liberties groups are alarmed by the number of opportunities for the state to watch people in Holloway Road, particularly as they claim surveillance cameras do not always help to reduce crime. Mark Dziecielewski, of Watching Them Watching Us, said: "Politicians like cameras because they are seen to be doing something but, just like you see birds perched on scarecrows, the hoodies and dealers come back once the novelty has worn off.
(London Telegraph)
posted: 9/25/11                   0       2
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7/11/2007  Who is telling the truth about MMR jabs and autism?
A first word book for babies lies open on a table in Jackie and John Fletcher's living room. Each page is devoted to one single-syllable word. Robert, their 15-year-old son, sits quietly, gazing at the simple, colourful pictures. He cannot read or say the words, but studies the images intently, just as he did when he was 13 months old, before his development was halted. A month after his first birthday, Robert had a devastating epileptic fit. Dismissed initially as a febrile convulsion common in young children, it turned out to be the first of thousands of fits, damaging Robert's brain. His ill health has dominated his parents' lives.
(UK Daily Mail)
posted: 9/19/11                   0       2
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7/9/2007  CDC: Antidepressants most prescribed drugs in U.S. (CNN)
posted: 5/6/09                   1       13

7/8/2007  Why military might does not always win
A new study suggests that involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan might be doomed from the outset
(Toronto Star)
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7/5/2007  Town bomb scare 'genuine mistake'
A bomb scare which saw the centre of a Nottinghamshire town evacuated was a "genuine mistake", police have said
posted: 7/2/09                   0       8

7/4/2007  OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR; The Center Shouldn't Hold
IT'S just a red stake stuck in an anonymous spread of pasture 20 miles north of Belle Fourche, S.D., a rodeo town of about 5,000 inhabitants. But it is also the geographical center of the United States of America, as defined by the National Geodetic Survey in 1959. Or at least it is for now. To find it, says Teresa Schanzenbach, executive director of the town's chamber of commerce, ''you have go into a ditch, cross a barbed-wire fence and maneuver amongst the cactus and cow pies.'' So, plans are that in August, the center of the nation is to be moved 20 miles south, and an eye-catching granite monument will be unveiled in Belle Fourche itself so that visitors can see it more easily. This may seem like a high-handed way to treat both geography and the United States itself. Certainly the implications reach well beyond Belle Fourche. Is the balance of the nation going to be affected? Will there be a seismic tilt towards Canada? And can we be sure that the center won't shift again? History certainly suggests that it will -- and within the foreseeable future. The event that made Belle Fourche the focal point of the nation's land mass was the admission of Hawaii and Alaska in 1959. Never have the frontiers of the United States remained fixed for so long. - Unlike the European Union, where six large nations jostle for power with 21 others of varying size, any North American model would inevitably be dominated by the partner whose population and economy are respectively almost three and six times bigger than those of the other two put together. It is significant that even at this early stage, all Security and Prosperity Partnership agreements have involved the United States, although often excluding one of the other two partners, and that American regulations are the norm for most of the partnership's 24 existing bilateral and trilateral agreements covering trade and security. In other words, folks like Mr. Dobbs and Representative Goode are facing in the wrong direction. The partnership is increasing rather than diminishing the scope of United States sovereignty. History is resuming its normal course. It may be slower than invasion or purchase, but the regulations and agencies needed to enforce them will pull Canada and Mexico within the reach of United States jurisdiction as effectively as any means that Seward envisioned. Meanwhile, the citizens of Belle Fourche would be well advised to make the new geographical center of the United States transportable. It may eventually need to travel to somewhere near Omaha.
(New York Times)
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7/4/2007  Rare Pentagon 9-11 Surveillance Camera Video of Impact
posted: 5/8/09      
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7/3/2007  'Scepticism' over climate claims: The public believes the effects of global warming on the climate are not as bad as politicians and scientists claim, a poll has suggested.
The Ipsos Mori poll of 2,032 adults - interviewed between 14 and 20 June - found 56% believed scientists were still questioning climate change. There was a feeling the problem was exaggerated to make money, it found. The Royal Society said most climate scientists believed humans were having an "unprecedented" effect on climate. The survey suggested that terrorism, graffiti, crime and dog mess were all of more concern than climate change.
posted: 11/28/10                   0       3
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7/3/2007  Forensics remove mosque blast car
Forensic investigators are examining a car removed from near a Glasgow mosque following three controlled explosions
posted: 5/10/09                   2       18

7/2/2007  'Al-Qaeda' puts on big shoes, red nose, takes custard pie
Journos join Krazy Klown jihadis in slapstick idiocy
(The Register)
posted: 5/10/09                   1       18

7/2/2007  Hopeless, Incompetent, Laughable, Finally The Truth About "Terror", Scottland Yard (CNN)
posted: 5/6/09      
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7/2/2007  Stansted closed in security alert
A man was arrested by police investigating a suspect bag which temporarily closed Stansted Airport
posted: 5/10/09                   1       18

7/1/2007  Ex-CIA Man Exposes Hysteria Of Car "Bomb" Terror: London car bombs would not have killed anyone, government using terrorist tactics by hyping fear to morph society
(Prison Planet)
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6/29/2007  City May Seek Permit and Insurance for Many Kinds of Public Photography (New York Times)
posted: 5/6/09                   3       13

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