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 Post subject: Is PNAC , ummm, like SUSPENDED, or what ?
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I mean I googled and yahooed it , and this is all I get today :shock: :

http://ns1.cpanel.btnaccess.com/suspended.page/

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I have no idea, yank. Whatchoo think?

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Well they did technically disband about a year or so ago, so I guess they've just gone under ground now. Or are quietly switching parties.

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Pearl is still around, but I agree with lefty...they're just slithering back under their rocks, but they won't stay there. They like power too much. They're probably riding with McSame on that big bus of his.

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No doubt lefty & Catherine, they'll do an "Ah-r-nold"and be back ...these are the REAL bogeymen.



Sounds like neocons have a bad credit rating now .


Wonder how they'll start over with bill collectors chasing them? :?

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McSame collected about 20 million last month I think. Clearly he enjoys solid support with the Zionist war hawks....which seems to have the PNAC as their eyes and ears.

Boy am I disgusted.

I'd be living in another country but my widowed mother needs my periodic help. Our PNAC inspired policies are just nauseous.

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McSame collected about 20 million last month I think. Clearly he enjoys solid support with the Zionist war hawks....which seems to have the PNAC as their eyes and ears.

Boy am I disgusted.

I'd be living in another country but my widowed mother needs my periodic help. Our PNAC inspired policies are just nauseous.


It's funny you should say that PT, I was just thinking the same thing when I googled "McCain PNAC" today. Came up with really insightful blogger and her oped I posted on this forum under aptly named title "McCain and PNAC".

I guess he will just keep up his mythical facade as long as the Zionist warhawks are paying his way. It makes me so mad that someone as goofy as McCain can be so savvy too. :x


In the meantime, watch out for that Neocon Express of his :twisted:

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Many have long suspected that our Middle Eastern 'activities' are little more than the wishes of a certain influential country.


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 Post subject: New American Century has been suspended for lack of payment
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Apparently word's been out in the blogosphere about PNAC suspension due to LACK OF PAYMENT (of all things) since around May 16th. Found this Indymedia article from May 24th:

"The New American Century has been suspended for lack of payment"
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The New American Century has been suspended for lack of payment
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Not sure if this will last but it is quiet a laugh right now.
The New American Century Has Ended

Apparently for financial reasons, the new American century has prematurely ended.

In a symbolic act, the Project for the New American Century (PNAC), run by Bill Kristol and other neocons, has lost its internet presence.

When accessing www.newamericancentury.org one now gets redirected to the webhosters 'account suspended' page.

It says:

Please contact the billing/support department as soon as possible.

The website was hosted by btnaccess.com which is a subsidary of Hong Kong based PCCW Global.

PNAC is unable to pay for the new American century and the Chinese, after checking America's sinking FICO scores, are obviously not willing to finance it with further credit lines.

Signs of the times ...

http://www.moonofalabama.org/2008/05/th ... erica.html


PNAC No More?

The website of the Bill Kristol's Project for the New American Century (www.newamericancentury.org) has vanished. If you go to the site, you are diverted to another one that says, "This Account Has Been Suspended. Please contact the billing/support department as soon as possible." A metaphor, perhaps, for the bankruptcy of the ideas that inspired the project and the strategic disaster that they produced for U.S. interests in Iraq, the greater Middle East, and the wider world?

You can still find most of PNAC's documents — including its letters and their signatories — through www.archive.org, but it seems that the original site is gone for lack of payment. While the site became effectively dormant in 2005, its sudden disappearance is somewhat alarming. What does it say about the new American Century itself, particularly in light of the slew of recent books on the decline of American power and the end of unipolarity? A coincidence or an augury?

http://www.ips.org/blog/jimlobe/?p=145

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obscene postings about eugenic biowarfare, anyone? 24.May.2008 08:51


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Typically an account is suspended when something obscene is posted.

Someone finally read how the PNAC open plot eugenic biowarfare. It's about time someone took down that PNAC terrorist website. Right?

LET'S RECALL PNAC's quote, signed off by dozens of appointee in Bush Administration: "...advanced forms of biological warfare that can target specific genotypes may transform biological warfare from the realm of terror to a politically useful tool." This is a statement overtly supporting GENOCIDE. This is not politics as usual. What would you think if the President of the United States said this? All his staff have signed off on it. Would you care? Would you worry about your own genotype? In fact, this quote from the Project For The New American Century is from its 2000 document "Rebuilding America's Defenses."


Title: The Microwave RFID Panopticon: corp-state lifetime monitoring, health/civil implications
Author: Jeremiah
Date: 2006.06.10 05:59
Description: Just call me Jeremiah. This is really a key issue. This is not an intellectual game or "news as relaxing armchair entertainment." The Intelligence Reform Act of 2004 and the Real ID Act of 2005 establish an ominous national ID system, ***forcing all states to standardize*** biometric-laden birth certificates, drivers licenses and other ID cards. By 2008, personal data from these will be flowing into the Fuhrer's central database. While coming to power over all law enforcement agencies with its directives and funding, DHS is regimenting U.S. medical establishment to collect and forward all health data....Medical history [and the DNA database is expanding fast]....LET'S RECALL PNAC's quote, signed off by dozens of appointee in Bush Administration: "...advanced forms of biological warfare that can target specific genotypes may transform biological warfare from the realm of terror to a politically useful tool." This is a statement overtly supporting GENOCIDE. This is not politics as usual. What would you think if the President of the United States said this? All his staff have signed off on it. Would you care? Would you worry about your own genotype? In fact, this quote from the Project For The New American Century is from its 2000 document "Rebuilding America's Defenses." You are unable to organize a eugenic bioweapon driven Holocaust like PNAC wants without detailed individual genetic-biological lists, courtesy of, in the U.S. from 2008, a microwave based RFID file system with individual required bio-information-genetic markers carried at all times as an internal passport, mandated by the State; Bush learns from Third Reich well, same exact eugenic strategy different technical solutions [cite: IBM and the Holocaust]; Bush is organizing the next Holocaust via microwave RFID. Ban all uses of these frequencies now.
http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2006/06/340906.shtml



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Bill Kristol hangs at FDD now (I guess they're paying the bills)

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When visiting UK, Kristol hangs out at the HJS :

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Kristol also writes for either NEWSWEEK or TIME...I'll check and make sure...be right back.

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Funding. From 2000 to 2005, PNAC received $241,735 in grants from several conservative foundations, including the Earhart, Olin, and William H. Donner foundations (Media Transparency, "Grants to the PNAC"). From 1994 to 2005, the New Citizenship Project, which sponsored PNAC and whose chairman is Kristol, received $3.5 million in grants, largely from the largest right-wing foundations: Bradley, Olin, and the Scaife Foundations. The Bradley Foundation has been PNAC's largest source of foundation support, granting PNAC $800,000 from 1997 to 2005. In its first year of operations, PNAC received grants from Bradley, Sarah Scaife, and Olin foundations (Media Transparency, "Grants to New Citizenship Project, Inc.").


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In William Kristol's bio as Editor of Weekly Standard (noone mentions PNAC in any of his bios, ever !) :

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