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Audio: Depleted Uranium - GI’s Brains Fried by Military Dispensed Nose Candy



It makes me sick every time I hear people stomping around yammering "support our troops."  They have no idea that the military could give two craps about our troops.  They are nothing but cannon fodder to the lunatics making all the decisions.  There is a never ending stream of stories about how the military uses and abuses "our troops."   If you really want to support our troops, demand the military stop crap like using depleted uranium munitions and sending our young men and women into harms way with ILLEGAL WARS!

Interview of Bob Nichols by Jeff Rense



By Bob Nichols
Verterans Today

Now it is official.
In the words of a University of Chicago doc and researcher, studies have shown that uranium oxide, or DU, “travels the nerves from the nose to the brain.”

James Blake Miller Los Angeles Times photo by Luis Sinco

A tiny amount (a milligram) of this radioactive poison quick marches up your smelling nerves right into your brain and keeps firing 1.2 Million bullets a day – forever. That’s a bunch.

850 Rounds a Minute

The radioactive 850 rounds a minute automatic weapon is about as big as the period at the end of this sentence, never needs reloading and never jams. It’s a perfect killing machine for brain cells and other cells. The range is about 20 cells, after that there is what the famous British physicist Dr. Chris Busby calls the “bystander effect.” He discovered it, he gets to name it.

These radioactive automatic weapons are so small they can float right through your clothes, evade your skin’s defenses and invade your body. Wherever the weapons alight inside, there is trouble as they never stop firing and there is no limit to their number. In a soldiers brain, trouble shows up in a noticeable way to others.


Ex-top Soldier: Iraq War 'Fiasco' Due To Rumsfeld's Lies



By Daniel Tencer
RawStory

Rumsfeld had 'worst style of leadership I witnessed in 38 years of service'

The US had no reason to invade Iraq in 2003, and only did so because of "a series of lies" told to the American people by the Bush administration, says Gen. Hugh Shelton, who served for four years as the US's top military officer.

Shelton, who was the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1997 to 2001, makes the comment in Without Hesitation: The Odyssey of an American Warrior, a soon-to-be-published memoir reviewed at Foreign Policy by Thomas E. Ricks.

"President Bush and his team got us enmeshed in Iraq based on extraordinarily poor intelligence and a series of lies purporting that we had to protect Americans from Saddam's evil empire because it posed such a threat to our national security," Shelton writes in his memoir.

According to Ricks, Shelton states that, in order to get the war going, then-Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld "elbowed aside Gen. Richard Myers and the other members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and also intimidated and flattered Gen. Tommy R. Franks while working directly with him, and so basically went to war without getting the advice of his top military advisors."


Video: What Part of "THEY CONSTANTLY LIE TO US" Don't You Understand?



This little video proves beyond any shadow of a doubt that our public servants are nothing but a bunch of lying SOBs. There have been so many lies, such a stream of one lie morphing into another lie, that most of the American people can't figure out what the truth is anymore.  The criminals in control of our government are masters at incremental lying.  They begin with a a small distortion, morph it into another small distortion of the truth, then another and another and before you know it, you end up in a total absolute LIE and you can't even understand how you got there.  You just end up with the final LIE and think it somehow all makes sense and it's true.

Video: Bush and His Cronies Deliberatly Withheld Important Information from Citizens and the Congress That Iraq WAS NOT An Immi



This was testimony given by Bruce Fein and Vincent Bugliosi recently to the Judiciary Committee on the facts that the Bush administration deliberately withheld information about the fact that 16 intelligence agencies of the United State government agreed the Iraq WAS NOT an imminent threat to our country.

Video: Hard Evidence That Bush LIED About Iraq Being An Immenent Threat



As amazing it is, many people still have no idea how deeply and badly  the President and his cronies have LIED right in our faces.  This testimony by former prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi details just one piece of hard evidence that our President knew full well that Iraq was NOT an imminent threat to our nation and LIED to all of us about it over and over and over again.  And is still lying about it to this very day!

Top CIA Official Confesses Order to Forge Iraq-9/11 Letter Came on White House Stationery





By John Byrne

In damning transcript, ex-CIA official says Cheney likely ordered letter linking Hussein to 9/11 attacks

A forged letter linking Saddam Hussein to the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks was ordered on White House stationery and probably came from the office of Vice President Dick Cheney, according to a new transcript of a conversation with the Central Intelligence Agency's former Deputy Chief of Clandestine Operations Robert Richer.

The transcript was posted Friday by author Ron Suskind of an interview conducted in June. It comes on the heels of denials by both the White House and Richer of a claim Suskind made in his new book, The Way of The World. The book was leaked to Politico's Mike Allen on Monday, and released Tuesday.

On Tuesday, the White House released a statement on Richer's behalf. In it, Richer declared, "I never received direction from George Tenet or anyone else in my chain of command to fabricate a document ... as outlined in Mr. Suskind's book."

The denial, however, directly contradicts Richer's own remarks in the transcript.

"Now this is from the Vice President's Office is how you remembered it--not from the president?" Suskind asked.

"No, no, no," Richer replied, according to the transcript. "What I remember is George [Tenet] saying, 'we got this from'--basically, from what George said was 'downtown.'"

"Which is the White House?" Suskind asked.

"Yes," Richer said. "But he did not--in my memory--never said president, vice president, or NSC. Okay? But now--he may have hinted--just by the way he said it, it would have--cause almost all that stuff came from one place only: Scooter Libby and the shop around the vice president."

"But he didn't say that specifically," Richer added. "I would naturally--I would probably stand on my, basically, my reputation and say it came from the vice president."

"But there wasn't anything in the writing that you remember saying the vice president," Suskind continued.

"Nope," Richer said.

"It just had the White House stationery."

"Exactly right."

Later, Richer added, "You know, if you've ever seen the vice president's stationery, it's on the White House letterhead. It may have said OVP (Office of the Vice President). I don't remember that, so I don't want to mislead you." 

Video: Citing Iraq War, Renowned Attorney Vincent Bugliosi Seeks “The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder”



Vincent Bugliosi is one of the most successful prosecutors in this country, with a record including twenty-one murder convictions without a single loss. With a new book, he outlines his case for the prosecution of George W. Bush for murder.  Vincent Bugliosi successfully prosecuted 105 of 106 felony jury trials, including twenty-one murder convictions without a single loss. His latest book is The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder.

Video: Taxi To The Dark Side - Academy Award Winning Documentary About Iraq and Torture



Academy Award winning 2007 documentary film directed by American filmmaker Alex Gibney, and produced by Eva Orner and Susannah Shipman

The film focuses around the controversial death in custody of an Afghan taxi driver named Dilawar. Dilawar was beaten to death by American soldiers while being held in extrajudicial detention at the Bagram Air Base.

Taxi to the Dark Side also goes on to examine America's policy on torture and interrogation in general, specifically the CIA's use of torture and their research into sensory deprivation. There is description of the opposition to the use of torture from its political and military opponents, as well as the defence of such methods; the attempts by Congress to uphold the standards of the Geneva Convention forbidding torture; and the popularisation of the use of torture techniques in shows such as 24.

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