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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
The Issue
From Cox & Forkum, Evasive Maneuvers
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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
The Ones at Home
From Air Force Family: And So It Begins
War will always be necessary, as long as there are others who would use the mercy inherent to the American public to create an advantage allowing them license to murder and maim. The best among Americans have volunteered - their lives if necessary - to stop them. To protect me, my children, my parents. My friends, my decadent lifestyle.

I love them. I pray for them. I am so proud of them. And, right now, I feel very unworthy of them.
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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
French Reading Material
Well, that didn't take long... From ¡No Pasarán!
Since this morning the Paris newspaper stands are stocked full of the book '50 Good Reasons to Hate Americans'...
Bestseller in Paris
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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
The Trouble With Iran
Good, I'm not the only one wondering what Bush will do about Iran.
Fresh off of victory, President Bush will face a major test in the coming weeks on the multilateral approach he has adopted toward Iran's alleged pursuit of nuclear weapons. Even as Washington is backing European efforts to pressure Tehran, the newly re-elected president is looking to the United Nations Security Council to pick up the lead on thwarting Iranian nuclear aspirations.

Looming over ongoing talks between Tehran and the trio of Germany, France and England is a November 25 meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency, the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog. The Bush administration has been urging the agency's board of governors to refer Iran's alleged violations of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty to the Security Council, which then could slap sanctions on Tehran.
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guest author: Portia in Discarded Lies:
I have to believe evil will NOT prevail
The problem is that communism corrupted the very mode of thought, itself. The same problem prevails in Europe at large, though they only got socialism (communism lite -- communism with fewer physical threats.) When you have been brought up to believe profit and commerce are somehow dirty it's really hard to establish a functioning economy.

The same thing is seeping in here. I have arguments with friends who say that by voting for Bush Christians are declaring they don't care for the less fortunate. I call this specious reasoning, since it can be argued government is the least effective way to care for anyone -- the less fortunate included. (Besides the fact that the government gets to decide who is "less fortunate" and numbers on paper don't always reflect all pressures on a family/individual.)
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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
Arafat's Funds
What Will Happen to Arafat's Millions?

In his four decades as Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat has run a murky financial empire that includes far-flung PLO investments in airlines, banana plantations and high-tech companies, and money hidden in bank accounts across the globe.

Jaweed al-Ghussein, a former PLO finance minister, told The Associated Press it was worth $3 billion to $5 billion when he quit in 1996. No one will say how much it's worth now — some estimates say as little as a few million. But as 75-year-old Arafat fights for life in a hospital near Paris, Palestinians fear that what's left will disappear or be pocketed by Arafat cronies.

"It's the money of the Palestinian people," said Palestinian legislator Hassan Khreishe, adding that he would urge a parliamentary investigation.

That could prove difficult.
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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
Mohammed Bouyeri - Murderer
Muslim Suspect in Slaying Was Student
Two years before he allegedly killed a Dutch filmmaker in the name of radical Islam, Mohammed Bouyeri volunteered at his local community center and was a promising member of the second generation of Moroccan immigrants to the Netherlands.

His transformation from student to purported jihadi terrorist fits a pattern of young Muslims in Europe who are being recruited by Islamic militants — sometimes openly in the streets — and trained to carry out violent attacks against the West.

Local youth who knew Bouyeri, 26, said he became interested in politics after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States, but only grew radical after the death of his mother from cancer in fall 2002. He began wearing traditional Muslim dress, grew a beard and attended a mosque where key Sept. 11 hijackers and plotters had reportedly met, including Mohamed Atta.
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evariste in Discarded Lies:
Foreshadowing: Theo Van Gogh's Eye-Opening Speech
Theo van Gogh, who was savagely slaughtered in the streets by Allah's finest young men, begging for dialogue, had a hell of a way with words, not just a hell of a way with film. How Radical Islam Has Changed Amsterdam is a speech that he gave in Dutch on June 23rd this year, as translated by Beila Rabinowitz, director of Wahabi Watch.
Dearest attendees,

After the question was put to me to say something on this stage about how Amsterdam has changed, I immediately thought of myself. As a result of my dissapointing experience with the weaker sex, I went looking for a belief in which the woman knows her place.

Because Allah knows best so do I.

In my belief there is room for a corrective slap. In my belief a woman must walk behind the man.In my belief a woman cannot demand alimony. In my belief an unfaithful wife is stoned to death. It is a miracle to see how happy are women become, they know their place and fear the hand of their husband and are afraid o f their master. Compare their happiness to that of the whores here, the Western women who complain and argue, don't want to give in, has a big mouth, and babbles about equal rights.

There are more advantages associated with my beliefs.

But the biggest advantage is that the Mayor of Amsterdam is a useful idiot who continually seeks a 'dialouge' with us.

As you know there is just one truth,that of Allah.

As you know there is but one belief . That of ours.

Apostates, heretics, homosexuals, and Jews, they will all be vanquished under the Thousand Year Reich of Allah which is steadily approaching.

Mayor Cohen -peace be upon him -thinks that we will leave you alone, but you know better of course and so do I !

Women will have to keep their mouths shut and the punishment for all the other vermin will be terrible.

But Cohen thinks that we are reasonable people who want to live in peace.

You and I we know better.

I don't want to live together.
Stunning. No wonder they hated and feared him, and finally decided to brutally silence him, in a way that would be an example to others. Too much truthtelling for Allah to tolerate. I encourage you to follow that link and read on.

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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
Autumn of Hate
zombie's work appears in FrontPage Magazine. Go, zombie!
The rage and frustration of another Bush victory was more than many San Franciscans could take. As soon as Bush's re-election was confirmed in the middle of Wednesday, November 3, people started gathering at Powell and Market streets. By 5 p.m. the crowd had swelled to several thousand.
Inside a Leftist Hatefest

(nbl Jefe)
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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
Iraq's Gettysburg
MUCH OF the media coverage of Fallujah has been conducted in the spirit of Star Wars. The Americans are portrayed as imperial stormtroopers, determined to destroy everything in their path, while the “insurgents? are cast as faintly romantic rebels. That these bandits and their allies are responsible for car bombings such as the massacre in Samarra this weekend and willing to disarm 21 police officers in Haditha, tie their hands behind their backs and shoot them in cold blood, seems to be regarded as extremely unfortunate but somehow understandable. It is presented not as evidence of the depth of their evil but the extent of their frustration.

It is bad enough that television channels have decided that Fallujah is a latter-day Alamo with Abu Musab al-Zarqawi serving as an improbable Davy Crockett. It is worse when Kofi Annan, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, chooses to echo such sentiments. His letter to the Iraqi and American leaderships reveals just how far from reality he and the organisation which he represents have drifted. Diplomats were once described as honourable men sent abroad to lie for their country. The UN appears to exist today so that figures such as Mr Annan can peddle falsehoods to themselves.
Iraq isn't Star Wars. It just looks that way when you're from Planet Kofi [bugmenot]

(nbl jim russell)
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evariste in Discarded Lies:
Tucson, Arizona: Top US Terrorist Nexus
In Al Qaeda Among Us[bugmenot], Jason Moore shares the disturbing news: Arizona is the most important nexus for terrorism outside Pakistan and the Middle East.
There are 59 references to Arizona in the 9/11 Commission Report. But it tells only a fragment of the story when it comes to terrorists in the Grand Canyon State. A joint FBI-CIA analysis titled Arizona: Long Range Nexus for Islamic Extremists remains classified. Its existence was revealed for the first time when the 9/11 Commission released its final report this summer. But the long-standing link between Islamic terrorists and the Arizona desert has been in the public record for years–and it’s centered dead on Tucson, and in particular, the Islamic Center of Tucson (ICT).
the most ominous explanation came from FBI agent Kenneth Williams, the author of the now infamous “Phoenix Memo.? In his testimony to a congressional committee in 2003, he said, “These people don’t continue to come back to Arizona because they like the sunshine or they like the state. I believe that something was established there, and I think it’s been there for a long time.?
The Islamic Center of Tucson predictably says "the tiny minority of extremists has nothing to do with us" but their denials are belied by extensive law enforcement attention to their community.
The Center’s current leadership says the terrorists who have indisputably found their way to its gold-domed mosque across the street from a U of A dormitory and next to a Carl’s Jr. have nothing to do with the 8,000 or so Muslims living in Tucson. But that assessment is not universally shared. State law-enforcement agencies and the FBI have conducted numerous investigations in Arizona since the terrorist attacks of September 11th, and many of those centered on Tucson and the ICT’s well-documented, sordid history of attracting extremists.
The 9/11 attacks, Al Qaeda, Al Muhajiroun: all are extensively tied to individuals in Tucson. Read on for more of the disturbing details.

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evariste in Discarded Lies:
Russian War On Terror: Corruption Is Their Achille's Heel
Kim Murphy writes Russia May Pay for Bribes in Lives in the LA Times:
The two young women showed up at the airline ticket counter without reservations, but in Russia, this is hardly an insurmountable hurdle.

They pressed about $175 into a ticket scalper's hand. He passed on $30 to an airline agent, who held up the 9:35 p.m. flight to the Black Sea resort town of Sochi so that Satsita Dzhebir- khanova could rush aboard.

Her friend, Amanta Nagayeva, was less lucky. The 9:20 p.m. flight she had hoped to take to Volgograd, in central Russia, had already left. She began nervously demanding to get on the next plane, wherever it was going.

Don't worry, the scalper told her, if she wanted to go to Volgograd, she would go to Volgograd. Nagayeva — and the bomb she was apparently carrying — boarded the next flight, at 10:20 p.m.

Both planes exploded within nine seconds of each other, at 10:53 p.m. on Aug. 24, killing all 90 people aboard.
Read on, and find out just how bad the problem is.

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evariste in Discarded Lies:
Jordan Lets Four Terrorists Off On A Technicality
A Jordanian military court has acquitted four men of conspiracy to attack U.S. forces in Jordan.
Jordan's military court on Monday acquitted four men of conspiracy to attack U.S. forces in the kingdom, saying a government declaration last year that no foreign troops were stationed in Jordan nullified the charges against them.
Umm...am I the only person that finds this reasoning extremely specious?
Later, Jordan acknowledged there were "several hundred" American military personnel in the country. But officials said they were in the country to help set up anti-missile batteries in eastern Jordan to protect the kingdom from Iraqi rockets.
Ah. So, do believe what Jordan said first, but don't believe what they said later when they contradicted themselves.
Isn't conspiracy to commit terrorist attacks a crime whether your imagined target exists or not? If you thought it existed and conspired to attack it, you're guilty of a crime.
In Monday's brief hearing, court president Col. Fawaz Buqour said the court found the four defendants "innocent of terror conspiracy charges since the prosecution has failed to prove that a crime had been committed against state security."

Buqour defined the crime as conspiring to attack American forces in Apraq and Ruweishid, two desert towns near the Iraqi border. He said the crime became "null and void" when the government "declared there were no American forces in Jordan."
I really, really don't get it-unless this is another case of Ikhwan scratching each others' backs. The Ikhwan al muslimeen (الإخوان المسلمين, Muslim Brotherhood) are the oldest and largest Islamic radical terrorist group. Hamas is an arm of theirs, founded and directed entirely by them. They are the shadow government in Egypt and Jordan, controlling all the professional associations, all the labor unions, basically any apparatus of civil society where control can be exerted over individual lives and careers, they're in charge of it. They also have well over 80% of the seats in Jordan's parliament.
I wouldn't be surprised to find out that the terrorists and the judge are all Ikhwan.
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evariste in Discarded Lies:
Falluja Action Begins
Our troops have begun their assault on Falluja. They've moved into the western part of the city and taken two bridges and an apartment building. Meanwhile, Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi closed Iraq's borders with Syria and Jordan for the duration. Over 60 people in total have been killed by the terrorists in a dramatic escalation over the last few days.
US commanders yesterday warned troops to expect the most brutal urban fighting since Vietnam.
We're going to have lots of casualties, be prepared for it, folks. We'll be giving much better than we're getting, but that's no consolation.
UPDATE: read the comments for an interesting observation by justdanny on the unprecedented nature of this action.
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guest author: Sine in Discarded Lies:
"No, I'm a lesbian for Bush"
Is it possible to be an undercover agent without knowing it? I have just discovered that I am a Republican undercover, deep cover apparently, at my educational institution. Fellow faculty members keep making a point of stopping by my office to commiserate with me about the election. They assume that because I am an “avowed lesbian�? I must be terribly depressed about Bush’s reelection. So far I’ve resisted saying, “No, I’m a lesbian for Bush.�? So here’s what the rabidly liberal education establishment is saying and feeling about the election.

Feeling: depression.
Saying: “I don’t want to live in a religious fundamentalist country.�?

Feeling: disbelief.
Saying: “I don’t understand why we [the US] even had to have a conversation about whether to reelect Bush. He should have just been laughed out of office.�?

Feeling: dysphoria.
Saying: “Bush is evil.�?

Feeling: depression.
Saying: “I want to move to Canada more than ever now.�?

Feeling: denial.
Saying: “I can’t believe Bush won! Can you believe he won? I can’t believe he won!�?

There are two or three conservatives (besides me) in my department. One of them votes Republican but says he doesn’t really care that much one way or the other, and he jokes around a lot. His views are tolerated with amusement. One of them vigorously and passionately defends conservative ideas. His views are tolerated with disdain. And one of them says nothing political. In fact, I am only guessing that he is conservative by his answers to certain questions. For example, “Hey Dan, you were in the military. Doesn’t it bother you that Americans are being sent to war in Iraq by two guys who have never fought in a war?�? Anwer: “No, not at all.�?

I can only imagine what the atmosphere is in the other departments on campus. I have a feeling that our department is far from the most liberal. We seldom talk about “empowering�? students by lowering academic standards. We do talk about the disgraceful price of textbooks, but that is just compassionate conservatism. Isn’t it?
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guest author: Arthur Chrenkoff in Discarded Lies:
Good News from Iraq, vol. 14
Bruce Chapman, of the Discovery Institute, recounted how "[b]asking in the sun by the Al Hamra Hotel swimming pool, a Spanish journalist complained to me that 'all my editors want is blood, blood, blood. No context. No politics'." Arthur Chrenkoff's briefings show us the other side of Iraq, and today we're working with Winds of Change.NET to bring his briefing to you.

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