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Sunday, September 16, 2007

110th Congress ~ Troops Home Now

My Conspiracy Theory...........
Early Warning William M. Arkin on National and Homeland Security January 5, 2007
The Overrated General Petraeus "Am I missing something here? Petraeus is credited with single-minded pursuit of his mission and the intellectual brainpower to "get the job done," as if the guys commanding the effort to this point have been a bunch of idiots. An army of successful acronyms, however, does not confirm anything, and Iraq is as it was during Petraeus' two earlier tours, a disorganized and hopeless mess."

This may be why Pertraues can say 'truthfully' that no one 'IN' the Pentagon or the White House told him what to say in his report.

Bush on surprise visit to Iraq Raw Story September 3, 2007

Bush made a surprise visit to Iraq (he was not In the White House at the time), while he visited Iraq. The hand off of the notebook from a non- White House or Pentagon person to Petraeus could then take place, casually. Of course no one would know what was in that old military style encrypted notebook. No one except for someone who knew the encrypted codes. The report could be drafted by his own hand. Since the text had no surprises or signatures, he could pick out the parts that he already agree'd with, staying to the central theme of the message. The central theme was professionally personalized in the form of a General Pertraeus and shared with the 110th congress. No one from the White House or Pentagon told Gen. Pertraeus what to say or what to write. Of course not! The data he needed filled a text book,right there in his notebook, it was just another routine cut and paste project of propaganda for the bunch.

What if this is how it was....telling no out right lies as he saw it. But still, very deceiving to the rest of us who want our troops home now? And is this theory any crazier then the insanity caused by our very own home grown war mongers? by awakening

MAD MAN of WAR by awakening Friday, September 14, 2007 "The Iraq Drawdown as Contradiction By .Common Sense"

Cheering On
Tuesday, September 11, 2007 from The Left Coaster Comment section "In case any "lefty" bloggers haven't noticed, IT'S NOT WORKING. Petraeus is a lying sack of...."

Iraqi Gov’t tells the U.S. to take some responsibilty for this mess By John Amato Crooks and Liars Saturday September 15th, 2007 "Iraqi lawmakers said on Saturday that Washington should take responsibility for the turmoil in Iraq and stop blaming Baghdad, Iran and Syria."

from MD Says Keith Olbermann for President A message to the 110th Congress members who use fear mongering about Iran, Venezuela, Cuba or aimed at any other nation leaders and their citizens. "Your tactic isn't going to work. People are tired of fear mongering and tired of warring. Stop blaming Iraq leaders for its dilemma. I thoroughly doubt the integrity of any politician who spouts it, be it the (R) or (L). I cannot trust 'any' politician (110th) who uses a....." by awakening Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Iranian supreme leader slams Bush By Jon Leyne BBC News, Tehran September 14, 2007 "Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said he was sure President Bush would be tried in an international court for what had happened in Iraq."

Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Iranian supreme leader slams Bush by .Common Sense posted 09-15-07 "You know, Sir, your president's personality is a lot like ours. You should think about that."

"Hitler's henchmen in the dock" Markus Wolf, the former head of the East German foreign intelligence service, attended the Nuremberg Trials 60 years ago as a radio journalist. Now aged 82, he shared his memories of seeing some of Nazi Germany's most notorious war criminals in court.

Nuremberg Trials..........They provided an impressive synopsis of the years from 1933 until 1945, shedding light on how the Nazi movement came to power and on Hitler's demagogy. We must not forget that many Germans supported Hitler, he came to power with the help of German capitalists and business leaders.

"At the time, when the war ended, most Germans believed that the Nazis would receive severe punishments. " "Hermann Goering, like the other Nazi leaders, said he didn't know anything about these huge crimes."


"Nuremberg set out the rules of international law. The German people couldn't bring these Nazis to justice. I had to explain to people that it was the victors' court as the Allies organised the trials. In the end, three defendants were released. I was against that, but the fact that there were different sentences proves that justice was done."

Milosevic on Trial: The Dilemmas of Political Justice By Shane Brighton BBC UK CACHE

"The occupation of Germany after World War Two and the allied capture of many of the accused made the politics of the Nuremberg trials a rather different affair from their predecessors."

Peace Palace in Den Haag ~ International Court of Justice Sunday, May 13, 2007
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