Archive for March 6, 2004
Has the riddle of the Voynich manuscript been solved?
The $327-million deal for military equipment had gone to a fledgling U.S. firm. Its president has ties to international embezzler, Ahmad Chalabi.
More doubts about Zarqawi’s role
Vote on the new Angry Poll: We can best combat inequality in society by… Answers Votes Percent 1. abolishing private property 60 33% 2. banning all forms of inheritance 12 7% 3. making all education public; and ending tests and grades 16 9% 4. exiling families of Bush, Gore, Kerry, Dean, Kennedy, etc 20 11% [...]
Magazine queens are selling anorexia and low self-esteem to women, claims ex-editor
Is Zarqawi the mastermind of the massacres?
US faces mounting international fury over Aristide’s ‘forced’ exit
Interview with Ira Kurzban, President AristideÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s lawyer in the United States.
Another coup in…Venezuela? National Endowment for Democracy channels money to recall campaign against democratically elected president.
International embezzler, Ahmad Chalabi, is tired of being blamed for his own lies. He now blames Abu Mus`ab Az-Zarqawi for the pre-war lies.
International embezzler, Ahmad Chalabi, is now trying to score political points in Iraq. He presented himself (to US) as a secular before the war; now, he enjoys licking the toes of Ayatollah `Ali Sistani in his free time.
Iraqi divisions widens
Frustration is rising within the ranks of the U.S. foreign broadcasting empire over a major shifting of resources from Europe and Asia to permit increased outreach to the Islamic world…But questions are being raised about (Al-Hurra) cost-effectiveness, its effect on U.S. efforts in other regions and the usefulness of its programming.
Ashcroft Hospitalized for Pancreatitis. Abu Mus`ab Az-Zarqawi blamed for his condition.
American forces are still conducting daily raids, bursting into homes and sweeping up families. More than 10,000 men and boys are in custody. According to a detainee database maintained by the military, the oldest prisoner is 75, the youngest 11. But the officials acknowledge that most of the people captured are probably not dangerous. Of [...]
Coup in Haiti
In post-occupation Iraq, Baghdad resembles a sprawling military camp.
The US occupation army has admitted killing four civilians in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk two days ago.
Haitian protests focus anger on US
Israel Aircraft Industries is to provide the Indian Air Force with three advanced Phalcon early-warning spy planes, for a total purchase price of $1.1 billion – the largest ever for Israel’s thriving security export industry.