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Channelnewsasia.com

Uh Oh....is this a "Here we go again"?

Weapons of Mass Destruction Hunt Continues toward Iran.

Remember, to the Bush's, Iraq and Iran differ only with the final letter.

"The official said US Under Secretary of State for arms control and international security John Bolton was now talking in Geneva with European diplomats "about a trigger mechanism" to effectively set a deadline for Iran ahead of the following IAEA board meeting in November.

The trigger could be "to require that Iran suspend immediately and fully all uranium enrichment-related work" or "for Iran to grant complete, immediate, unrestricted access to whatever locations the IAEA deems necessary" or for Iran to provide by a certain date, such as October 31, "full information on all imported materials and components relevant to the P1 and P2 centrifuge program," the official said.

Uranium can be enriched through centrifuges into a highly refined form that can be used as fuel for civilian reactors or to make an atomic bomb.

Europe's three main countries -- Britain, France and Germany -- are against taking Iran to the Security Council as they stress cooperating with Tehran to get it to come clean about its program.

But diplomats said the three countries were now backing the US call for Iran to fully suspend enrichment, including the first step of converting mineral uranium yellowcake into the gas that is the feedstock for making the enriched uranium that can be used in bombs. "

-SNIP-------------
I guess it's time to fire up the Shock and Awe planes again...

King George the Crazy is the "war president" after all, meaning that's what he wants to do.

 

Bloomberg.com: Canada

"Canadian Dollar Falls as Economy Has Unexpected Loss of Jobs
Sept. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Canada's dollar fell against the U.S. dollar after a report showed the economy unexpectedly lost jobs in August, dimming speculation of a central bank rate increase next month. "
===SNIP=======
Hmmmmmmmmm

 

Bloomberg.com: Canada

International markets show economic problems as well as the USA, despite the Big Lie tactic of the Bush Administration that promotes the notion that our economy is just great....
----SNIP---------
"Canadian Bonds Rise as Exports Decline and Economy Loses Jobs
Sept. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Canadian government bonds rose after reports showing the first export decline in six months and an unexpected loss of jobs dimmed the prospect the Bank of Canada will lift its target interest rate next month. "

 

9/11...from families of those lost that day

You won't hear these folks' statement on CNN television.

But, it's VERY important, so here it is....
"Three Years Later:
Peaceful Tomorrows 9/11/04 Statement

Nearly three years ago, September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows was born out of a shared belief that America’s military response to the 9/11 attacks which took our loved ones’ lives would result in the deaths of countless innocent civilians and increase recruitment for terrorist causes, making the United States, and the world, less safe and less free for generations to come.

Today, as we commemorate September 11, 2004, we find that our worst fears have been realized. The terrorism of September 11th has been neither neutralized, nor ended, by the terrorism of war.

Since our bombing and military action in Afghanistan, resulting in the deaths of more than 130 American troops and an estimated 4,000 civilians – and compounded by our failure to rebuild that broken nation--we have seen the return of Taliban warlords, the departure of relief agencies, and the continuing deaths of American service people and innocent civilians. Afghan President Hamid Karzai has acknowledged that he is seeking the support of former Taliban officials in an effort to stabilize the political process. Osama bin Laden remains at large, and al-Qaeda remains a potent terrorist force, as evidenced by the March 11 train bombings in Madrid, Spain.

Our illegal, immoral and unjustified invasion of Iraq, a nation that had nothing to do with the September 11th attacks, has cost the lives of 1,000 American troops and an estimated 12,000 Iraqi civilians, while leaving tens of thousands of others physically and emotionally traumatized. Today, our continuing occupation, our failure to provide basic services like electricity and water, and our torture of prisoners at Abu Ghraib has turned Iraq into a focus of anti-American sentiment where a new generation of terrorists is being recruited from around the world.

In Guantanamo, approximately 600 detainees from 40 countries remain incarcerated without charge and without access to lawyers. Those who have been returned to their home countries attest to conditions that violate the Geneva Conventions and our own democratic principles. In America, the USA Patriot Act gives government free reign to surveil law-abiding citizens. Restrictions on peaceful protest mock our Constitutional guarantees of freedom of speech and assembly. Meanwhile, bias crimes and discrimination continue to cast a shadow over our nation.

That all of this has been done in the names of our loved ones who died on September 11th makes the suffering of their innocent counterparts around the world even harder to take. When actions that are making the world less secure are carried out in the name of US security, we must reconsider the true sources of the security, freedom, and respect we once commanded around the globe.

Is the source of our security and freedom the exercise of overwhelming military power? Have we found security and freedom by dividing the world into "us and them," and labeling entire nations "evil"? Three years ago, the French declared, "We are all Americans," and Iranians held spontaneous candlelight vigils for our dead. Today, American prestige is at an all-time low. Friend and foe alike tremble at the sense of exceptionalism that drives America to conduct pre-emptive war.

And what example have we set by our use of violence as a tool for addressing complex grievances? In the past week, heartbreaking pictures of children abducted and killed in Russia remind us that terrorism against civilian populations, which did not begin on September 11th, has not abated as a result of our actions since then. In Iraq, abductions of more than 40 civilians from nations including Japan, Jordan, Italy, China, Ukraine, South Korea, Egypt, Nepal, India, Kenya, the Philippines, Bulgaria and our own have escalated the level of human suffering.

On September 11th, 2002, we urged America to participate fully in the global community, by honoring international treaties, endorsing and participating in the International Criminal Court, following the United Nations charter, and agreeing in word and action to the precepts of international law. Today, we redouble our call for America to return to full membership in the community of nations.

We call for an end to war as our nation's one blunt instrument of foreign policy in our increasingly complex world. We recognize that our freedoms and security derive not from politicians or the Pentagon, but from our Constitution, and call on all Americans to rise in its defense against the triple threats of fear, lies and ignorance.

Finally, we draw hope from those around the globe whose historical experiences of terrorism and war have brought them not to a place of vengeance, but to a commitment to creating a peaceful world. They include victims of the violence in Israel and Palestine; families of victims of the Bali nightclub bombing; family members of those killed in Oklahoma City; atomic bomb survivors from Hiroshima and Nagasaki; those who survived the bombing of Guernica, Spain and Dresden, Germany; those affected by terrorism in Kenya; Cambodia; Chechnya; South Africa; Northern Ireland; Bosnia; Sri Lanka and elsewhere. Through their witness and their efforts towards reconciliation, they have demonstrated that peace begins in the heart of every individual, and that people united have an unparalleled power to change the world.

Every day, we choose to create the world we want to live in, through our words and through our actions. Today, we reach out to others around the world who recognize that war is not the answer. Today, three years after September 11th, we continue to choose peace.

--September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows"
====SNIP========

AMEN

 

Campaign 2004: Striving for a New Low?

*Ed. Note - I wrote my SHOCK and AWE article BEFORE seeing this article
at CapitolHillBlue.com. Many people are making the Hitler/Bush comparisons, and rightly so.
====================SNIP=======================
"Campaign 2004: Striving for a New Low?
By JOHN WHITESIDES
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With the race tight and passions high, the battle between President Bush and Democratic rival John Kerry has veered into sharp personal attacks in vivid language rarely heard in television-age campaigns.
The sinking level of presidential campaign discourse has careened from a warning that voting the wrong way could fuel terrorist attacks, to talk of "idiots," "brownshirts" and "the coalition of the wild-eyed."

For the discerning voter, the campaign has been more like a Tom and Jerry cartoon than a Lincoln-Douglas debate.

"In some countries they use guns for this sort of thing," Democratic consultant Dane Strother said.

"In each election cycle everything gets ratcheted up -- the amount of money, the intensity, the ground troops, the language -- and it's no different this year," Strother said. "It's much more emotional, much more gut driven than in the past."

The intensity hit a new level this week when Vice President Dick Cheney warned voters that a wrong choice in November would leave them more likely to face another attack like that of Sept. 11, 2001.

Cheney clarified the comment on Friday. He said he meant the election of Kerry could bring the return of a passive "pre-9/11 mindset," but Democrats already had condemned the comments as "scare tactics" and "un-American."

Earlier this year, a New York fund-raising concert attended by Kerry featured entertainers who called Bush "a cheap thug," a "killer," and "a liar," while a Republican Web ad mixed clips of German dictator Adolf Hitler with those of Kerry and other Democrats in what it termed "the coalition of the wild-eyed."

The Hitler clips were taken from an earlier Web ad submitted for a Internet contest run by the anti-Bush group MoveOn.org."

 

The Shock and Awe ELECTION

Copyright © 2004 by CodeWarriorz Thoughts. All Rights Reserved.

We saw the way this administration decided to conduct the opening phase of the Iraq
War. I've often spoken of the various Naziesque tactics and mindset of the Bush administration, such as use of "Homeland" with a capital H, as a modern day version of "Der Faterland", and use of the BIG LIE of Goebbels, in terms of the Bush Administration saying the economy is doing great, when the average working man or woman on the street will be quick to say otherwise based on their experience of day to day living.

Well, for any student of World War II, the "SHOCK and AWE" of the Iraq War is not new, it's just the Lightning War or BLITZKRIEG of the Nazis, renamed.

Well, it seems the Bush strategists such as Karl Rove, appear to be extending their SHOCK and AWE to the way they are conducted both their re-election campaign, and the presumptively, their second bite at the apple pie of America's future.

From the "Swiftboat Vets" attack on John Kerry, to the fearmongering of the Real Slim Cheney's implication that a vote for Kerry is a vote for being attacked by terrorists again, it is a "balls to the wall", "lie 'em if you got 'em" assault on the truth.

The fearmongering of Cheney, Rove, et al, is exactly translateable to the fearmongering a painter and Corporal from Austria did (lest we forget, we have another Austrian whose first name begins with "A" in power in California) before his rise to power, and during his reign as dictator of Germany, namely Adolf Hitler.

For those of us who HAVE studied history, we can look at the men surrounding Adolf Hitler, and see comparisons with those surrounding our current dictat....er, "President". Dr. Josef Goebbels, Ernst Roehm , Adolf Himmler , Hermann
Wilhelm Goering ,Heinrich Himmler, Martin Bohrman, et al, have modern day counterparts, if not on a one to one correspondence, at least, functionaries who undertake similar duties.

SHOCK and AWE , yes. I am SHOCKED that veterans like Kerry and Max Cleland, have been attacked by the rabid Republican rats, trying to gnaw away at the honor that is due these men for their service to our country.

I am AWED by the stupifying support that the polls are showing for King George the Cowardly.

I watched today as he READ his 9/11 memorial speech. He read the speech with all the passion of what must have been his reading of MY PET GOAT when he sat there like a doofus, inactive for seven minutes ("collecting his thoughts" per Mr. Bush) while people were jumping from the Twin Towers to their death, and while people were being burned alive.

I confess I feel SHOCK and AWE at my fellow citizens who seem o.k. with 200 billion dollars being poured down the drain on this fiasco in Iraq, while 45 million in the US are without health insurance, while thousands lose their jobs every day, and while there are American families who are homeless, hungry , and desperate right now.

The Preamble to the Constitution makes it very clear that the Welfare of our citizens is to be a priority. There is nothing there that says our country has ANY duty to ANY OTHER COUNTRY.

Let's read what it says :
"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."


"Promote the general Welfare" does NOT mean to engage in nation building and lavishing billions on foreign countries while our own citizens go homeless, jobless, and starving here at home.

What part of the mission statement for this country does the President NOT understand?

I've had it up to here with this "President", selected by the Supreme Court, but who LOST the popular vote. The vox populi spoke loud and clear in its popular vote for Gore, for the "NOT BUSH" side.

SHOCK and AWE...SICKENING and AWFUL!

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