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Saturday, September 16, 2006
Friday, September 15, 2006
Wednesday, September 13, 2006
When is America's true defenders of the constitution going to call not
just for articles of Impeachment but make arrests for the obvious acts
of treason? I'm not talking about 9-11-01. I'm talking about
everything that has been done in the name of those who died.
The deliberate misrepresentation of intel to take this country and
others to war with Iraq, and this case an endless war on terror.
Amounts to nothing less than treason. Their effects were the killing
hundred thousand people and spending the world's blood and treasure to
create a world wide industry of death.
The executive branch and the Military Industrial Complex has now gone
International. Secret prisons, torture outing of CIA agents, and the
misrepresentaionof intel are all acts of treason. Those who knowing
participated and others who should have refused to follow illegal
orders should be arrested, charged, and if proved to be a involved,
convicted for not only treason but for the war crimes, murder, and
By diverting manpower and funds from protecting the people of the Gulf
Coast. Thereby, allowing the country to be devastated by natural
disaster is a direct dereliction of duty. This too is Murder. And the
billions of dollars to rebuild have been given to the same companies
that are supplying our military and in the case of private security
contracts shows that even the Military is being replaced with a
corporation of war!
When is America going to understand it's leaders have failed them in
the worst possible way. They have been talked into acts of treason and
rooting for more of it. It scares me that the religions are as
complicit in these acts with the government, as is the main stream
media. It is now up to Americans to peacefully revolt against those
that will enslave the world into endless war with endless lies.
Are there any real peace officers in America?
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Monday, September 11, 2006
Sunday, September 10, 2006
The following is from an e-mail I just received.
Monday, Sept. 11, from 5 to 6 pm: The Seacoast 9-11 Questions Committee, Seacoast Alliance for Democracy and Seacoast Peace Response will have a sidewalk march in Market Square and adjacent areas of downtown Portsmouth displaying signs with major questions we have 9-11. The questions are as follows:
Why were warnings of attack ignored?
Why did World Trade Center Building 7 collapse?
Why withhold video of plane hitting Pentagon?
Why didn't Bush leave the school at once?
Why did Bush try to prevent a 9/11 investigation?
Why wasn't Ground Zero treated like any other crime scene?
Was the 4th plane in PA shot down?
Who has benefited from 9/11?
Why was no one fired after 9/11?
Why didn't USAF fighters intercept any planes on 9/11?
The public is invited and encouraged to join in this march. For further information contact David Diamond at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 603-749-9159.
Monday, Sept. 11, from 7 to 8 pm: There will be a candlelight vigil in Market Square in Portsmouth to commemorate the victims of 9-11 and of the wars that resulted from 9-11. The public is invited and requested to bring their own candles and candle holders. The vigil is being sponsored by the Seacoast 9-11 Questions Committee, Seacoast Alliance for Democracy and Seacoast Peace Response. For further information contact David Diamond at email@example.com or phone 603-749-9159.
Wednesday, Sept. 15, at 6:30 pm: There will be a showing of the film "911 Press For Truth" at the Rye Library, 581 Washington Rd., Rye, NH. The showing will be followed by a discussion. The film is premiering in the US and around the world the week of September 11, 2006. According to the film web site, the "Jersey Girls" and the 911 Families play big roles, stripping away the cover-up and leaving the questions, bigger than ever, behind. This showing is being cosponsored by the Seacoast 9-11 Questions Committee, Seacoast Alliance for Democracy and Seacoast Peace Response. For more information contact Guy Chichester at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 603-964-6158.