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Humanism in American politics

from Reason to Freedom
by Sandra Price

My personal mistake was to assume The United States of America was based on a Constitution barring the government from involvement in the lives of her Citizens. The 10th Amendment handed civilian laws to the States. Not believing in any supernatural ghost I believed the Separation of Church and State was covered by the First Amendment but has since been removed due to the influx of Christians living/voting in the nation. Now it seems that our Constitutional Republic is now a Democracy under Christian tenets i.e. a Theocracy...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Hijacking the Constitution and the Bill of Rights

Future of Freedom Foundation
by Jacob G. Hornberger


The Pentagon’s system, for example, encompasses the power to waterboard and otherwise torture people who the feds suspect are guilty of terrorism. The defendant is presumed guilty and treated as such. There is no right to a speedy trial, and defendants can be held forever without a trial. If a trial is ultimately held, the guilt or innocence of the accused is determined by a kangaroo tribunal consisting of military officials, not by regular Americans from the community...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Obama expands drone war in Pakistan


Murder as a Punchline


US attack kills six people in Pakistan

"There is no truth in these reports that the victims included foreign fighters," remarked a security official in Miramshah who declined to be named. Maulvi Sadiq Noor, who belongs to Khattay Killay near Miramshah, is deputy to Hafiz Gul Bahadur.

US attack kills up to 20 in Pakistan

Two Pakistani intelligence officials said that a remote-controlled aircraft launched two missiles that hit the house of local tribesman Awal Gul in Enzer Kasa village of the Datta Khel area.

Georgetown Professor: 'Drones Are Not Killing Innocent Civilians' in Pakistan

By Jeremy Scahill

Some estimates, most of which are indeed Pakistani sources, suggest that the vast majority of Pakistanis killed are civilians. In an Op-Ed [1] for The New York Times last year, David Kilcullen and Andrew Exum, called for a moratorium on the strikes, saying they had "killed some 700 civilians.

U.S. attack killed at least 14 people in Pakistan

"Three missiles hit a vehicle and three militants sitting in it were killed," said an intelligence agency official in the region, who declined to be identified. The drones then fired about 12 missiles at a nearby militant compound, killing at least 11 more, according to a second security official who said the death toll may rise.

Strikes On US Mainland?

Al Jazeera Video Report

US government had granted approval to the CIA to expand drone attacks.

Pakistani Taliban say America will "Burn"

By Robert Birsel

Pakistani Taliban militants have warned America that it will soon "burn" while calling for Pakistan's rulers to be overthrown for following "America's agenda".

Let's Rejoice in Terror's Benefits

By John Kirby

This still seems like a good time to pause and reflect on all the blessings we have received from Terror and the war thereon.

US spies still working in Pakistan

The Times reported in March that Defence Department official Michael Furlong had set up a network of private contractors in Afghanistan and Pakistan to help track and kill suspected Taliban. He did this under the cover of a benign government information-gathering programme.\05\17\story_17-5-2010_pg1_2

Times Square Bomber Popped a Bubble

Not surprisingly, since we are conducting a virtual war inside their country, 64 percent of Pakistanis view the United States as an enemy.

A Plague Upon The World: The USA is a "Failed State"

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

To American eyes a vague "terrorist threat," a creation of their own government, is sufficient justification for naked aggression against Muslim peoples and for an agenda of world hegemony.

From Information Clearing House


Pakistan: Missile attacks kill 24 in tribal area

ABC News


Two separate volleys of American missiles slammed into a Taliban sanctuary in Pakistan close to the Afghan border Tuesday, killing at least 24 alleged insurgents in the latest such strikes since a failed car bombing in New York, officials said. The first strike in North Waziristan involved up to 18 missiles — an unusually intense bombardment...

US still using private spies, despite doubts



Top military officials have continued to rely on a secret network of private spies who have produced hundreds of reports from deep inside Afghanistan and Pakistan, according to American officials and businessmen, despite concerns among some in the military about the legality of the operation. Earlier this year, government officials admitted that the military had sent a group of former Central Intelligence Agency officers and retired Special Operations troops into the region to collect information — some of which was used to track and kill people suspected of being militants...

Obama’s Gulf of Tonkin

by Justin Raimondo

This war, covert up until a few months ago, first reared its head when Hillary Clinton paid a tempestuous visit to Pakistan and directly accused her hosts of sheltering Osama bin Laden. The resulting firestorm marked a new low in US-Pakistani relations, and one has trouble believing it was merely a random temper tantrum on Hillary’s part. You’ll recall that during the presidential campaign, Obama openly declared his intention to go into Pakistan, given the chance to do so, and it’s entirely unsurprising he’s doing just that. First, however, his administration must come up with a rationale, and apparently they’ve settled on the pathetic act of a demented ‘lone wolf’ — as Gen. David Petraeus characterized Shahzad — as being good enough for government work. In short, the Shahzad case is Obama’s Gulf of Tonkin incident...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Training That Makes Killing Civilians Acceptable

World's trust in US 'is almost entirely dissipated'


The Downward Slope of Empire

Talking With Chalmers Johnson


"Blowback" is a CIA term that means retaliation, or payback. It was first used in the after-action report on our first clandestine overthrow of a foreign government, the overthrow of Mossadegh in Iran in 1953.

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