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    "The more aggressively we use our power to intimidate our foes, the more foes we create and the more we validate terrorism as the only effective weapon of the powerless against the powerful." - John Brady Kiesling

While the real threats to life in America and on Earth are completely ignored by the media (and the Bush administration), we are convinced that terrorists are the only real threat out there. Crime and environmental toxins kill tens of thousands of Americans each day. Global warming may result in global catastrophe. These are threats that we can prevent to some extent. The Bush administration’s policies are making these threats worse while they pretend to protect us from terrorists.

The Bush administration endangers us with most of their policies and they are not protecting us from terrorist threats. The media would have you believe otherwise.

Weapons, or tools of death, can be found anywhere. Anyone with the will to kill and a little creativity can figure out a way to kill on a massive scale. A tiny explosive in the right place can kill millions; such as in a chemical plant or nuclear reactor. We have been falsely led to believe that WMDs, most specifically Iraqi WMDs are the greatest threat to Americans. The Bush/PNAC administration have used this fear in order to garnish support for their radical agenda. The news media seems to be part of the scam.

It was not a WMD that took down the World Trade Center. It was people, who wanted to hurt us. We can never control every weapon on the planet because too many things can be used as weapons. We can however reduce the reasons for such anger and hatred that makes people want to kill us in large scale.

While the Bush/PNAC/US Media team has us fear Iraq, terrorists and other select WMDs,  there are other threats all around us, including conventional WMDs like the ones we were supposed fear in Iraq. Our environmental policy alone will be responsible for the untimely death of millions of people, but more obvious is the many weapons that are around us right now that we are not paying attention to.

It WMDs were really the issue we would be securing the ones right here at home. As you can see we pay them little attention, which only proves that it is not about WMDs.

Be aware that when the terror alert is raised there is probably a story that is being hidden. The first orange alert covered up the fake Colin Powell dossier story, although it hit in Europe like a ton of bricks.

Keep in mind that a possible reason that we are not really being protected as promised is because the threat of terror was hyped in the first place. We are at greater risk from polution than we are from terror!

  • Now the Pentagon tells Bush: climate change will destroy us - Secret report warns of rioting and nuclear war - Britain will be 'Siberian' in less than 20 years - Threat to the world is greater than terrorism - A secret report, suppressed by US defence chiefs and obtained by The Observer, warns that major European cities will be sunk beneath rising seas as Britain is plunged into a 'Siberian' climate by 2020. Nuclear conflict, mega-droughts, famine and widespread rioting will erupt across the world. - The document predicts that abrupt climate change could bring the planet to the edge of anarchy as countries develop a nuclear threat to defend and secure dwindling food, water and energy supplies. The threat to global stability vastly eclipses that of terrorism, say the few experts privy to its contents. - The findings will prove humiliating to the Bush administration, which has repeatedly denied that climate change even exists. Experts said that they will also make unsettling reading for a President who has insisted national defence is a priority.- TVNL Comment: As we had said in the past: Click here: and here.
  • U.S. Terrorism Policy Spawns Steady Staff Exodus - Since the Sept. 11 attacks, the Bush administration has faced a steady exodus of counterterrorism officials, many disappointed by a preoccupation with Iraq they said undermined the U.S. fight against terrorism. - Some also left because they felt President Bush had sidelined his counterterrorism experts and paid almost exclusive heed to the vice president, the defense secretary and other Cabinet members in planning the "war on terror," former counterterrorism officials said. - "I'm kind of hoping for regime change," one official who quit told Reuters.
  • US condemned over rights abuses - The organization said America's offensive against global terrorism was "bankrupt of vision" and had "made the world a more dangerous place". - "Sacrificing human rights in the name of security at home, turning a blind eye to abuses abroad and using pre-emptive military force where and when it chooses, have neither increased security nor ensured liberty," - "The US has lost its high moral ground and its ability to lead on peace and elsewhere,"

  • The Terror Myth
  • American Terror Permit Application
  • 'They hate our policies, not our freedom' - Pentagon report contains major criticisms of administration. - 'Muslims do not hate our freedom, but rather they hate our policies [the report says]. The overwhelming majority voice their objections to what they see as one-sided support in favor of Israel and against Palestinian rights, and the long-standing, even increasing, support for what Muslims collectively see as tyrannies, most notably Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Pakistan and the Gulf states. Thus, when American public diplomacy talks about bringing democracy to Islamic societies, this is seen as no more than self-serving hypocrisy.'
  • "International Terrorism" is a Contrived Threat - According to the report Patterns of International Terrorism 2003, issued by the US Department of State on April 2004, thirty-five (35) American citizens died from international terrorism world-wide in 2003.- The extent of the harm to U.S. citizens does not either warrant a "war on terrorism": In the same year as 35 U.S. citizens were killed for political reasons world-wide, 16,503 persons were murdered and 93,433 persons were raped in the U.S. alone (FBI statistics). This alone demonstrates that the motive for the "war on terrorism" is not the number of victims nor their identities.  - TVNL Comment: During the same year 5 million people died from smoking related illness. Which is a bigger threat to life?
  • FBI Budget Squeezed After 9/11 - Request for New Counterterror Funds Cut by Two-Thirds - In the early days after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, the Bush White House cut by nearly two-thirds an emergency request for counterterrorism funds by the FBI, an internal administration budget document shows.
  • 'US climate policy bigger threat to world than terrorism' - Tony Blair's chief scientist has launched a withering attack on President George Bush for failing to tackle climate change, which he says is more serious than terrorism. - TVNL Comment: Finally somebody other than TvNewsLies says what we have been saying all along!
  • White House, 4/01: Focus on Bin Laden "A Mistake" - A previously forgotten report from April 2001 (four months before 9/11) shows that the Bush Administration officially declared it "a mistake" to focus "so much energy on Osama bin Laden." The report directly contradicts the White House's continued assertion that fighting terrorism was its "top priority" before the 9/11 attacks1.  - Specifically, on April 30, 2001, CNN reported that the Bush Administration's release of the government's annual terrorism report contained a serious change: "there was no extensive mention of alleged terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden" as there had been in previous years. When asked why the Administration had reduced the focus, "a senior Bush State Department official told CNN the U.S. government made a mistake in focusing so much energy on bin Laden."
  • "We should have had orange or red-type of alert in June or July of 2001" - A former FBI translator told the 9/11 commission that the bureau had detailed information well before Sept. 11, 2001, that terrorists were likely to attack the U.S. with airplanes. - A former FBI wiretap translator with top-secret security clearance, who has been called "very credible" by Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, has told Salon she recently testified to the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States that the FBI had detailed information prior to Sept. 11, 2001, that a terrorist attack involving airplanes was being plotted.
  • Terror experts 'almost quit' in frustration with Bush - The Bush administration's failure to prevent the 11 September attacks came under even fiercer scrutiny yesterday, when it emerged that two veteran CIA counter-terrorism experts were so frustrated in summer 2001 that they considered resigning and making public their fears about an imminent terrorist strike against US targets. - Not so, the White House counters. The Bush administration was focused on the terrorism problem but wanted to come up with a new strategic plan for the full destruction of al-Qa'ida, rather than "swatting flies", as Mr Bush is said to have described the existing policy. - But that explanation does not deal with another point of contention yesterday, the President's daily, top-secret, intelligence briefing from the CIA on 6 August 2001, which the White House has refused to release. It is known however that this "PDB" warned of the possibility of terrorists using airliners for an attack - leading to accusations of a cover-up.
  • Terrorism - Americans are being killed for arrogance, for lies and for continuing occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan. Some had been denied critical information by press, radio and TV. They were told Iraq was responsible for 9-11-01. They were not told by media that 9-11-01 was retaliation for Federal assassinations
  • Is this a Joke? - Is this fighting terror?
  • Karl Rove's Campaign Strategy: It's the Terror, Stupid
  • Cheney’s Old Company Continues To Break Law’s While Profiting From Terror
  • What to do in a Terrorist Attack - (Humor)
  • A homeland-security charade
  • Looting of Nuclear Waste Sites in Iraq: Bush's Deception About WMD and How His Incompetence in Iraq Exposes Us to Increased Risk of Terrorist "Dirty Bombs"
  • Energy Dept. Faulted Over Potential 'Dirty Bomb' Material
  • Intelligence chiefs forced to rethink as bomb targets complacency
  • 'The US war on terrorism has backfired'
  • Bush under fire over Saudi attacks
  • Paths of Glory - ‘The Iraq war, in particular, did nothing to make America safer — in fact, it did the terrorists a favor.’
  • 1995 Memo Warned of Terror Vulnerability
  • Top US Nuclear Lab Loses Set Of Keys - Yes, I feel much safer under Bush’s watch!
  • The White House spin machine has turned Bush into the master of presidential rhetoric - Every day that passes without a terror attack boosts President Bush’s leadership, so it stands to reason that the bombings in a Saudi housing compound inhabited by Westerners would raise questions about whether Bush is doing enough to protect Americans at home and abroad.
  • Democrats Say Bush Is Weak on Terrorism - TVNL responds: Really? Is TVNL Do we have to remind everyone of the events that led up to 9/11? This happened under Bush’s watch and all the TV News whores commend Bush on is strong actions on terror? Are they nuts? If Clinton or Gore (as he should be) was in charge what would they be saying? Would they be looking forward as they do with Bush or backwards as they did with Clinton?
  • Surveillance State - Since September 11, a flood of federal legislation has reduced American freedom without increasing our security.
  • Terror's myriad faces - Jason Burke, a world expert on international terrorism, says those leading the war against the bombers misunderstand the true nature of al-Qaeda - TVNL Comment: They did not misunderstand al-Quaeda; they just lied about terror being the reason for their actions. Al-Queada is just their tool to get the American people to permit them proceed with their insane agenda. The Nazis did the same thing.
  • SUICIDE BOMBERS AND DECEPTION - “The recent suicide bombings in Saudi Arabia and Morocco is clearly showing that president Bush’s war on terror is a complete failure and that this so called war on terror was and always has been a play in virtual reality.“
  • Al Quaeda Attacks Likely, FBI Says - TVNL asks: Why no raise in the terror alert color? Perhaps they do not need a distraction right now.
  • Threats prompt U.S. closing of embassy in Riyadh - TVNL asks: Doesn’t Bush claim to be winning the war on terror? It seems more like he set the spark that ignited the fire and then he fanned the flames!
  • Inevitably, The Politics Of Terror - Fear Has Become Part Of Washington's Power Struggle - "Mr. President, the only way you are ever going to get this is to make a speech and scare the hell out of the country."
  • FBI Apology Fails To Dissipate Cloud - 8 Terrorism Suspects Confined on Bogus Tip
  • Terror War Eroding Rights - The U.S.-led "war on terror" has made the world more dangerous and left people feeling less secure; Amnesty International
  • New agents leaving FBI over low wages, benefits - TVNL asks: Is this how Bush is protecting us from terror? The only spending that he is willing to do is to his friends.
  • Hey! Iraq lost! Feelin' safer yet? - If you say you don't have any such weapons, you are, of course, lying. If inspectors can't find any, you're hiding them. And if, after invasion they still can't be found, you were just awfully good at both of the above.
  • 9/11 Lawsuits for the Justice Department? - Certain employees of the Justice Department have been advised to hire lawyers to defend them in a spate of lawsuits that could be filed shortly by people who were detained in the wake of 9/11.
  • Afghan drugs trade funds terrorists - Prime Minister warns Russia that trade in narcotics is being used to fund terror groups
  • US may help Iranian terrorist group - The controversial plan involves offering financial and military backing for a terrorist organisation that is outlawed by the US State Department, as well as intelligence collaboration and other support for dissident student bodies and resistance groups.
  • Al-Qaeda operatives may be in US, say officials - TVNL comment: Don’t worry kids; Saddam won’t get us now! Sleep tight!
  • Officials Say Al Qaeda is Regrouped, Ready to Act - TVNL comment: What was that guy’s name again? Was is Saddama bin Laden? Something like that.
  • Intelligence Officer Challenges Bush Administration on 'Why They Hate Us' - "There are a lot of people who say he hates our freedoms, as you said, or hates our liberties, and hates us for what we are, rather than what we do," said the author. "That is a very common piece of analysis, and I think it is entirely wrong. Bin Laden has resonance in the Muslim world because he has focused his dislike for the things we do, not what we are."
  • Former Aide Takes Aim at War on Terror - "The administration wasn't matching its deeds to its words in the war on terrorism. They're making us less secure, not more secure," said Beers, who until now has remained largely silent about leaving his National Security Council job as special assistant to the president for combating terrorism. "As an insider, I saw the things that weren't being done. And the longer I sat and watched, the more concerned I became, until I got up and walked out." More on this story here.
  • GAO Faults U.S. Effort to Secure Dirty Bomb Material - Thousands of containers of radioactive materials used in medicine, industry and research that could be used to make crude but potentially deadly ``dirty bombs'' have been lost or stolen worldwide, the General Accounting Office said on Monday. - TVNL reminds you to Do the Math!
  • Dereliction of Duty - It was a perfect symbol of the reality of the Bush administration's "war on terror." Behind the rhetoric — and behind the veil of secrecy, invoked in the name of national security but actually used to prevent public scrutiny — lies a pattern of neglect, of refusal to take crucial actions to protect us from terrorists. Actual counterterrorism, it seems, doesn't fit the administration's agenda.
  • Germany: U.S. Slow to Tackle Illicit Terror Funding - The United States and Britain have failed so far to block a key route for financing terror - TVNL comment: But we are safe from any attacks from Saddam!!!
  • Plutonium missing from Los Alamos lab - The Project on Goverment Oversight quotes sources as saying about 2 grams of plutonium is missing from the Los Alamos National Laboratory. - TVNL comment: Do the Math,
  • Captured al-Qa'eda man was FBI spy -The American al-Qa'eda operative unmasked last week as having planned to bring down the Brooklyn Bridge was first detained in March, and has been used by the FBI for months as a double agent, it was reported yesterday.
  • U.S. caught in Iraq’s quagmire as terrorists elsewhere gain strength - The Central Intelligence Agency assessments made Iraq’s complexities clear long before the war. The Pentagon vigorously asserted that its information was better, and that its war plans were appropriate.
  • Al Qaeda mutating like a virus - Terror networks operating with renewed vigour- Iraq war helping bin Laden recruit suicide bombers. - Part of the problem, analysts say, was the war in Iraq, which unsurprisingly created a new wave of animosity toward the United States and Britain, acting as an effective recruiting tool among disaffected Muslims. - TVNL comment: We told you so! We all told you so!
  • Fear Factory - The Bush administration's dangerous manufacturing of post-9-11 dread -  Jim McDermott, U.S. Congress - Here's how it works: Throw a hundred claims against the wall and poll every night to see what sticks. Leak stories that are later discredited. Get a graduate student's dissertation and plagiarize it. Lift paragraphs from a war-industry magazine. Every so often, raise the danger level to code "yellow" or "orange." Give the people a rest. Then start all over again. Mix it all up and put an official seal on it. Now it seems true, despite the skepticism of intelligence professionals.
  • MAD AS HELL - WMDs LOCATED! - Such weapons include psychological, political, and propagandizing devices.
  • Let the sun shine in - Government secrecy seriously harms security against terrorism - After our report exposing the many shortcomings of security at nuclear power plants, the NRC was finally forced to address some of these problems. These improvements would have never happened without public access to a reasonable amount of information.
  • Iraq war may have made terror threat worse -   One of the world's leading terrorism experts Wednesday told the panel investigating the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks that the U.S. invasion of Iraq may have worsened the threat of terrorism.
  • UK on alert as 30 lb of depleted uranium gets stolen - TVNL comment: This is another case that backs up our point. Read this.
  • Graham: al-Qaida Trained at Least 70,000 - A congressional investigation into the Sept. - 11 attacks has concluded that between 70,000 and 120,000 terrorists were trained by al-Qaida and some are still in the United States - TVNL comment: At least Saddam won’t hurt us now!!!
  • Massive Security Breach - America’s top spy catcher quit in the midst of a secret investigation into how Saddam and Osama bin Laden obtained state-of-the-art U.S. spy software. - America’s top spy-catcher, Paul Redmond, has suddenly resigned in the middle of his secret investigation into how Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden obtained state-of-the-art U.S. computer software.
    The software is claimed to enable the two most wanted men in the world to avoid capture because it can pin-point their every move. - Redmond’s departure last week was accepted “without discussion” by President Bush—the man who had brought the spy catcher out of retirement to conduct the investigation. - Hours after Redmond had cleared his desk, Bush ordered a $25 million bounty on Saddam’s head.
  • War on terror 'hurts poor' - The world stands accused of double standards in its thirst to end the scourge of international terrorism.
  • Feds Investigating Theft of Large Amount of Explosive Chemical - TVNL comment: As we have said, if people want to get us we have all the weapons we need right here. This is why Iraqi WMDs were never the issue. WMDs are all around us. Think about that next time you see a plane overhead.
  • Iraq link to terror judged not likely before Bush speech - In fact, the estimate, completed Oct. 2, shows the intelligence services were much more worried that Hussein might give weapons to al Qaeda terrorists if he were facing death or capture and his regime were collapsing after a military attack by the United States
  • On Terror, Doubts Anew After a Scathing Report - The report today on intelligence failures may force the Bush administration to confront a vexing question that the White House thought it put to rest months ago: how best to prevent another terrorist attack.
  • Commissioner: Bush Deliberately Delayed Inquiry Report Until After Iraq War - "The administration sold the connection (between Iraq and al-Qaida) to scare the pants off the American people and justify the war," said Cleland. "There's no connection, and that's been confirmed by some of bin Laden's terrorist followers ... What you've seen here is the manipulation of intelligence for political ends."
  • How Bush Sacrifaced the War on Al Queda for the War on Iraq - "The best relationship we probably had of any ally in terms of learning about Al Qaeda [was Syria] and they blew it. They blew it for short-term, ideological reasons, which is nothing new for this government," said Hersh about the Bush administration.
  • Did war compromise al-Qaida hunt? - Senior terrorism experts are asking whether the United States could have done much more to go after Osama bin Laden if it had not diverted counterterrorism resources away from Afghanistan and into Iraq.
  • Air marshals pulled from key flights - Move seen as bid to cut costs comes amid new hijack warnings - TVNL question: Would they do this if they really thought there was a threat? They know there is little threat. They let the last one slip by so that they can get their needed Pearl Harbor; perhaps they need another one now.
  • Iraq war 'boost' to al-Qaeda fear - The threat from al-Qaeda remains - The Iraq conflict may have hampered the battle to defeat international terrorism, an influential group of MPs have warned. - In its latest report, the House of Commons foreign affairs committee also argues that nearly two years on from the 11 September atrocity it cannot conclude the threat from al-Qaeda has diminished.
  • Alleged al Qaeda tape threatens U.S., allies - Voice claims to be bin Laden's deputy - TVNL comment: Keep in mind that invading Iraq was a huge boost to al Queada’s membership!
  • Gadhafi: Terror War Has Helped al-Qaida - Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi said the U.S.-led war on terror has strengthened al-Qaida because Muslims have perceived the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq as aggression against Islam and attempts to spread American influence. - ``As long as America (is) approaching (the war on terror) in such a method ... together with the Israelis ... the more they do that, the more they create an environment or atmosphere for the development of al-Qaida,'' - TVNL comment: Is this a surprise? Anyone who knows anything would have told you this!
  • U.S. won't release terror financing list - The Treasury Department rejected a request from senators Tuesday and refused to release a classified list of Saudi individuals or organizations suspected of financing terrorist groups.
  • Tension Grows Between U.S. Troops, Iraqis - "History will record this," the 40-year-old leader told his followers. - "Everything that begins must end," he said, shaking his head. "And no incident will be forgotten." - The meaning of al-Hardan's words was not lost on the dozens of men sitting on his porch, their rage palpable. - TVNL Comment: This is a part of the Arab culture that Americans do not understand. This is the part of their culture that forces you to question WHY people fly planes into buildings? You have to ask yourself “what, if anything, did America do to make these people so angry at us?” In 10 years when an Iraqi flys a plane into a building you can look upon the invasion of their nation as the reason why.
  • Less Than Meets the Eye? - U.S. Government Sting Operation Criticized as Setup - Administration officials are leaving out key facts and exaggerating the significance of the alleged plot to smuggle a shoulder-launched missile into the United States
  • Power Disaster; Bush Failure - Power Failure Bush Disaster. - Assume the Bush Admin will deny any terrorist connection, since this would show total failure of the Homeland Defense Program.
  • Pentagon Scales Back Training Exercises Abroad - The strain on U.S. forces of fighting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan has forced the Pentagon to cancel dozens of military training exercises, a decision that senior defense officials say could affect the fighting edge of its troops over the long term.
  • NYPD probes missing grenade launchers - A pair of grenade launchers are missing from an Army supply depot in Queens, and the NYPD is helping investigate their disappearance, sources said yesterday. - TVNL Comment: It’s not about the weapons! Do the math!
  • Bush folly in Iraq aids terrorists - Had we taken care of the terrorist threat in Afghanistan when we had them on the ropes, the world would have been a safer place. But because Bush focused our resources on Iraq, the terrorists were able to recover their strength and resolve.
  • "Myth and denial in the War on Terrorism" - The notion that terrorist acts against the United States can be explained by envy and irrational hatred, and not by what the United States does in and to the world -- i.e., U.S. foreign policy -- is alive and well.
  • Bush ends nuclear monitoring program - The Nuclear Materials Stewardship Program was set up to monitor and dispose of surplus nuclear materials, including plutonium and uranium. - The program, Markey said, "has been very effective in retrieving abandoned radioactive sources and storing them safely. The Department of Energy should not have canceled it." - TVNL Comment: This is proof that the Bush/PNAC administration has no interest in protecting us. UNless of course they ar ending this program so that they can sneak nuclear materials our so they can plant them in Iraq or plant them elsewhere.
  • White House Lies, Ground Zero, and the Public Trust - The lies about "protecting Americans" began from the moment of impact on September 11 and haven’t ever stopped.
  • This war on terrorism is bogus - The 9/11 attacks gave the US an ideal pretext to use force to secure its global domination - We now know that a blueprint for the creation of a global Pax Americana was drawn up for Dick Cheney (now vice-president), Donald Rumsfeld (defence secretary), Paul Wolfowitz (Rumsfeld's deputy), Jeb Bush (George Bush's younger brother) and Lewis Libby (Cheney's chief of staff). The document, entitled Rebuilding America's Defences, was written in September 2000 by the neoconservative think tank, Project for the New American Century (PNAC). - All of this makes it all the more astonishing - on the war on terrorism perspective - that there was such slow reaction on September 11 itself. The first hijacking was suspected at not later than 8.20am, and the last hijacked aircraft crashed in Pennsylvania at 10.06am. Not a single fighter plane was scrambled to investigate from the US Andrews airforce base, just 10 miles from Washington DC, until after the third plane had hit the Pentagon at 9.38 am. Why not? - Was this inaction simply the result of key people disregarding, or being ignorant of, the evidence? Or could US air security operations have been deliberately stood down on September 11? If so, why, and on whose authority? The former US federal crimes prosecutor, John Loftus, has said: "The information provided by European intelligence services prior to 9/11 was so extensive that it is no longer possible for either the CIA or FBI to assert a defence of incompetence."
  • Meacher sparks fury over claims on September 11 and Iraq war - He is critical of Britain for allegedly colluding in propagating the myth of a global war of terrorism. He asks: "Is collusion in this myth and junior participation in this project really a proper aspiration for British foreign policy?"
  • SETTING THE TERROR TRAP - Manipulating the American Psyche
  • Al-Qaeda 'stronger than ever' - he al-Qaeda terrorist network is stronger than before the September 11, 2001 attacks, and the US-led "war on terror" has so far been a failure, a British academic concludes in a study published on Tuesday.
  • War on terrorism may find few supporters, Annan says - Comments likely to raise eyebrows in Washington - Kofi Annan, the UN Secretary-General, questioned yesterday whether Washington will succeed in convincing other countries to make the war on terrorism an international priority, saying most believe pervasive poverty poses a bigger threat to global stability.
  • Bumbling Bush may have given Osama an open goal - The old-style tactics used in the 'war on terror' won't work on al-Qaida - The continuing cost of Iraq in terms of ruptured alliances, global tension, economic disruption, Muslim animosity and the daily grief of both occupiers and occupied surely gives great comfort to America's true ideological and cultural enemies.
  • 'Al-Qaeda' denies Iraq attack - An alleged spokesman for the al-Qaeda network has broadcast a message warning of more anti-American attacks, but denying any role in last month's devastating bombing in the Iraqi holy city of Najaf. - He warned that "there will be new operations inside and outside [Afghanistan] that will make the United States forget the 11 September [2001] events".
  • TWO YEARS LATER - Bush Cites 9/11 On All Manner Of Questions - In the past six weeks, Bush has cited "9/11" or Sept. 11, 2001, in arguing for his energy policy and in response to questions about campaign fundraising, tax cuts, unemployment, the deficit, airport security, Afghanistan and the length, cost and death toll of the Iraq occupation. - TVNL Comment: As we said, 9/11 was the BUSH/PNAC excuse/justification/free ticket for proceeding with their radical agenda.
  • Border Breach? - Customs Fails to Detect Depleted Uranium — Again - For a second year, U.S. government screeners have failed to detect a shipment of depleted uranium in a container sent by ABCNEWS from overseas as part of a test of security at American ports.
  • Blair 'overrode terror warnings' - Tony Blair led Britain to war against Iraq despite intelligence chiefs' warnings it could increase the risk of terrorists getting weapons of mass destruction, it has emerged. - TVNL Comment: So did Bush/PNAC.
  • MI5 says dirty bomb attack is inevitable - Renegade scientists have provided al-Qaida with the technical knowledge to develop chemical, biological and nuclear weapons, and it is "only a matter of time" before an attack is launched against a city in the west, the director general of MI5 warned - TVNL comment: Remember the facts: Nucler material was reported missing from a Halliburton company in Africa last year and our leaders, Bush $ PNAC, ended our nuclear monitoring program!!! Bue we are safer because Saddam is in exile!
  • The stories get stranger by the day - The truths about Iraq that President Bush isn't telling - Bush made headlines Thursday when he said something that was known to everyone--well, everyone except 69 percent of the American people. "We've had no evidence that Saddam Hussein was involved with Sept. 11," he informed reporters. - But the real scandal is not that the president contrived to frame a poor, innocent dictator. It's that he depicted the invasion as a vital part of the war on terror and continues to do so--even as the evidence accumulates that, from the standpoint of the war on terror, it was about the worst thing we could have done. - Before March 19, when the war began, Iraq offered little hospitality to anti-American terrorists and little threat to American security. Today, it's a vast arena for any fanatics who are willing to risk their lives to spill American blood, some of whom are succeeding. But take it from the administration, that's a good thing.
  • U.S. Remains Leader in Global Arms Sales, Report Says - From 1999 to 2002, there were no deliveries of surface-to-surface missiles to the Middle East from arms makers in the United States, Russia, China or Europe, the report said. -
    But the study says 60 surface-to-surface missiles were delivered to the Middle East by nations in the category "All Others," which includes such suppliers as Israel, South Africa and North Korea.
  • GAO: Pentagon sold biolab gear - The Defense Department sold equipment to the public that can be used for making biological warfare agents, according to a draft report by the General Accounting Office.
  • War on terror fuels small arms trade - Charities say 500,000 people are killed each year by the real weapons of mass destruction - The "war on terror" has weakened national arms controls and fuelled the proliferation of conventional weapons, a coalition of leading human rights charities warned yesterday. Launching a global campaign to regulate the arms trade, Amnesty International, Oxfam, and the International Network on Small Arms said that on average 500,000 people were killed each year by armed violence - roughly one victim a minute.
  • Breaking The Silence - A hard hitting special report into the "war on terror"
    Award winning journalist John Pilger
  • Iraq war 'swells al Qaeda ranks' - War in Iraq has swollen the ranks of al Qaeda and galvanized the Islamic militant group's will, the International Institute for Strategic Studies says in its annual report. - "On the minus side, war in Iraq has probably inflamed radical passions among Muslims and thus increased al Qaeda's recruiting power and morale and, at least marginally, its operating capability," it said.
  • Indonesia Clerics to Tell Bush His Policies Aid Terror - When President Bush meets Indonesia's leading Muslim clerics on Wednesday they will tell him U.S. policies in the Middle East, seen as favoring Israel, are one of the root causes of terror attacks in Asia. - "The foreign policy of the United States is very pro-Israel... The sufferings of the Palestinians are growing more acute by the day and desperation or disappointment can lead to irrational actions," Maarif said.
  • Defense memo: A grim outlook - The United States has no yardstick for measuring progress in the war on terrorism, has not "yet made truly bold moves" in fighting al-Qaeda and other terror groups, and is in for a "long, hard slog" in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to a memo that Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld sent to top-ranking Defense officials last week.- Despite upbeat statements by the Bush administration, the memo to Rumsfeld's top staff reveals significant doubts about progress in the struggle against terrorists.
  • Pakistan, Saudi Arabia in secret nuke pact - Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have concluded a secret agreement on "nuclear cooperation" that will provide the Saudis with nuclear-weapons technology in exchange for cheap oil, according to a ranking Pakistani insider.
  • 'Quetta is the new Taliban HQ' - The Pakistani province of Quetta has become the new headquarters of the Taliban, with militia leaders living openly in the province, raising money and preparing for attacks on security forces in Afghanistan, according to a US daily. - The Taliban leaders and their followers are not ensconced in remote caves or dispersed across trackless badlands but operate openly in a major city, where they effectively control several neighbourhoods, the paper said. - TVNL Comment: Quetta is not in Iraq!!!
  • U.S.-Mexico Border Patrol Failing - crackdown along the U.S.-Mexico border designed to prevent terrorists from entering the United States hasn't stopped even one known militant from slipping into America since Sept. 11, an Associated Press investigation has found.
  • Gun lobby hinders FBI terror hunt - The FBI now has the power to conduct extensive surveillance of suspected terrorists except if the suspect successfully buys a gun, because of a loophole backed by the gun lobby, the Washington Post has reported. - The attorney-general, John Ashcroft, is a member and enthusiastic supporter of the NRA and was instrumental in thwarting the FBI from cross-checking lists of terror suspects against a list of approved gun purchases after the September 11 attacks.
  • Terrorism Inc. - Al Qaeda Franchises Brand of Violence to Groups Across World - "The threat has moved beyond al Qaeda," said Rohan Gunaratna, a terrorism expert at the Singapore-based Institute of Defense and Strategic Studies. "While al Qaeda was the instigator of recent attacks, very few have actually been carried out by al Qaeda."
  • Al-Qaeda are the US govts greatest ally - Many commentators have said that the 9-11 attacks happened at the right time for the US. And I think it is even more clear today that the Istanbul attacks have happened at just the right time for Bush and Blair. - Either Al-Qaeda doesn't know what it is doing, or this wasn't Al Qaeda. Al-Qaeda want the world to see the evil that Bush and Blair are doing.
  • Too Many Lost Uniforms & Badges - The Homeland Security Department is warning that hundreds of uniforms, IDs and badges have been stolen or lost, and could be dangerous if they fall into the wrong hands.
  • Anti-Terrorism Spending Covers a Multitude of Uses - Some of Area's Unspent Millions Could Be Lost - But despite the urgency and the historic nature of the new anti-terrorism mission, the undertaking was beset by many of the same problems and inefficiencies as other large government programs.
  • A war that can never be won - Terrorism is a technique, not an enemy state that can be defeated - Terrorism is a technique. It is not an ideology or a political philosophy, let alone an enemy state. Our leaders' failure to understand that point emerged immediately after September 11 2001 when they reacted to the attacks in New York and Washington by confusing the hunt for the perpetrators with the Afghan "state" that allegedly "harboured" them.
  • Who Benefits? - One by one, the world's terror attacks bear more of the hallmarks of US Intelligence, 'Black Ops,' than of Islamic terrorism. The signs are unmistakable, the CIA backed industrio-religious crusaders are staging terror campaigns throughout the world - absolutely - positively.
  • Saddam's nephew calls invasion a disaster and warns of civil war - "Every day there are explosions. People are killed. This didn't happen before. I don't say that the government was made up of angels, but there was infrastructure, security and food," he told the Zürich-based newspaper Blick. - "Before the US occupation Iraq was a land without terrorism. It's now the new Afghanistan." As a result of the chaos, al-Qaida had found a new safe haven.
  • Economist Sachs Slams Bush on 'War Agenda,' AIDS - "September 11, which has dominated the world's agenda for more than two years, claimed 3,000 lives. Every day, 20,000 people are dying because of poverty -- from AIDS, TB (tuberculosis) and malaria. Every single day," he said.
  • US fires Guantanamo defence team - A team of military lawyers recruited to defend alleged terrorists held by the US at Guantanamo Bay was dismissed by the Pentagon after some of its members rebelled against the unfair way the trials have been designed, the Guardian has learned.
  • Red Cross in human rights alert - The president of the International Committee of the Red Cross has called for renewed respect for international humanitarian law. - He said the war on terror should not be allowed to erode respect for human dignity. - The ICRC has already criticised the United States for its treatment of detainees at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. - TVNL Comment: The disregard for human dignity is what drives people to commit act of terror in the first place!
  • Al-Qaeda influence spreads - In effect, the UN report makes clear the uncomfortable fact that post-invasion Iraq is currently being used by Al-Qaeda and its supporters to recruit would-be terrorists willing to carry out attacks on the USA and its allies. - TVNL Comment: We told you this would happen. The peace movement were 100% correct. The Bush/PNAC administration with undying help from the US TV News media have sold the idea that invading Iraq was part of the war on terror. They left out one important was part of the war on terror in that it was meant to increase terror to keep us in a perpetual state of war. This is exactly what FDR warned us about when he told us to beware the military industrial complex.
  • Dirty Bomb Rockets Vanish - Arms Made in Caucasus Feared Sold to Terrorists - In the ethnic conflicts that surrounded the collapse of the Soviet Union, fighters in several countries seized upon an unlikely new weapon: a small, thin rocket known as the Alazan. Originally built for weather experiments, the Alazan was transformed into a terror weapon, packed with explosives and lobbed into cities. Military records show that at least 38 Alazan warheads were modified to carry radioactive material, effectively creating the world's first surface-to-surface dirty bomb. - TVNL Comment: Again we repeat: The Bush/PNAC administration with the help of the moronic American media who are incapable or unwilling to think for themselves, have convinced the ignorant American masses that Iraq was the big threat to the US. We have sid this before and we will say it again, do the math, it’s not about the weapons!
  • Figures show 'hype' of terror war - - But of the 2,681 cases that had been wrapped up by the end of September 2003, some 879 were convicted of a crime and less than half of those -- 373 -- were sent to prison. Five received sentences of 20 years or more, which was actually fewer than in the two years before Sept. 11. -  The figures analyzed have been repeatedly cited by administration officials to justify their contention that the government is winning the war against terror.
  • Why Bush Needs Osama and Saddam - American foreign policy seems to be founded on the bogeyman fallacy. All we have to do is get rid of the evildoers--Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein, Mullah Mohammed Omar, the Fedayeen, Yasser Arafat--and everything will be OK.
  • Anthrax and the Agency - Thinking the Unthinkable - Evidence is mounting that the source of the anthrax was a top secret U.S. Army laboratory in Maryland and that the perpetrators involve high-level officials in the U.S. military and intelligence infrastructure.
  • Nobel winner slams war on terror - his year's Nobel Peace Prize winner says the September 11 attacks have been used as an excuse to violate international law and human rights. - Iran's Shirin Ebadi, the first Muslim woman to win the prize, did not mention the U.S. by name but was clearly referring to Washington and its allies in a speech prepared for delivery at the official award ceremony in Oslo, Norway. - "Why is it that in the past 35 years, dozens of U.N. resolutions concerning the occupation of the Palestinian territories by the state of Israel have not been implemented properly?" she asked. - "Yet, in the past 12 years, the state and people of Iraq, once on the recommendation of the Security Council, and the second time in spite of U.N. Security Council opposition, were subjected to attack, military assault, economic sanctions, and ultimately, military occupation?"
  • Video reveals Taleban regrouping - A video sent to the BBC's office in Pakistan shows in detail for the first time regrouping Taleban fighters roaming freely in southern Afghanistan. - TVNL Comment: But isn’t Iraq the new front line in our war on terror? For sale: Brooklyn Bridge!
  • Dirty bomb cache gone without trace - Military records show at least 38 Alazan warheads were modified to carry radioactive material, in effect creating the world's first surface-to-surface dirty bomb. Experts and officials say the warheads have disappeared.
  • Al Qaeda's Finances Ample, Say Probers - Worldwide Failure to Enforce Sanctions Cited - Governments around the world are not enforcing global sanctions designed to stem the flow of money to al Qaeda and impede the business activity of the organization's financiers, allowing the terrorist network to retain formidable financial resources, according to U.S., European and U.N. investigators.
  • Guantanamo Bay: Are the detentions justified? - One of Britain's top judges - Lord Justice Steyn - has condemned the detentions at Guantanamo Bay as "a monstrous failure of justice".
  • U.S. Tobacco Companies Accused of Terrorist Ties And Iraqi Sanctions-Busting - American tobacco companies have violated sanctions against Iraq for years by sending billions of cigarettes into the country, often with the aid of a terrorist organization, the European Union has alleged.
  • American Government Terrorizes America After 9/11 Attacks - "It does not take too long before the public will wary of the "sky is falling" routine. There might be another life-destroying disaster to keep the fear levels up, or to intensify them so as to remove more American freedoms." - Apparently, all Al Qaeda has to do is to "chatter" via nameless radio communications and the Homeland Security Department will declare "Code Orange" or "Code Red" and the American people will be terrorized into fear of an imminent attack.
  • Enough plutonium for five bombs ‘missing’ at Sellafield - ENOUGH plutonium to make five nuclear bombs has gone missing from Sellafield in Cumbria in the past 12 months, it has been revealed. The official report which lists “materials unaccounted for” at the UK’s nuclear sites found that 19.1kg of the highly toxic substance was apparently missing from the reprocessing plant.
  • The terror threat at home, often overlooked - As the media focus on international terror, a Texan pleads guilty to possessing a weapon of mass destruction. - Last month, an east Texas man pleaded guilty to possession of a weapon of mass destruction. Inside the home and storage facilities of William Krar, investigators found a sodium-cyanide bomb capable of killing thousands, more than a hundred explosives, half a million rounds of ammunition, dozens of illegal weapons, and a mound of white-supremacist and antigovernment literature.
  • Open to Attack - Bush gives in to chemical companies, leaving the nation vulnerable. - Since September 11, 2001, the nation has been on alert about the vulnerability of chemical facilities. And while the Bush Administration claims that homeland security is a priority, time after time, it has opted to do nothing dramatic to improve the security of U.S. chemical facilities. All along, it has followed the wishes of the U.S. chemical industry--at our peril.
  • U.S. Plants: Open To Terrorists - In the weeks and months following Sept. 11, the White House and Congress enacted new laws and regulations to tighten security at airports, nuclear power plants, and places where public water supplies are stored. -
    But what about the 15,000 facilities across the United States that produce or store deadly chemicals -
    chemicals that terrorists could use against us as weapons of mass destruction?
  • The Bubble of American Supremacy - A prominent financier argues that the heedless assertion of American power in the world resembles a financial bubble—and the moment of truth may be here -  Then the Bush Administration proceeded to exploit the terrorist attack for its own purposes
  • Murders up 20% in Phila. in 2003 - Last year's 347 killings reversed a downward trend. That echoed rises in other big cities. - It turned out that the U.S. military lost fewer soldiers to hostile fire in Iraq in 2003 than Philadelphia lost residents to murder. - TVNL Comment: But keep telling us how it is terrorists who post the greatest threat to Americans!
  • Crying Wolf On Terrorism? - Terrorism expert Paul Beaver tell Chen, "We've got to the stage in Western Europe where nobody actually takes any notice of American alerts anymore because there's so many of them."
  • List of Those Exempt From U.S. Air Rules - Citizens from 27 countries can travel to the United States without a visa and are exempt from being fingerprinted and photographed at U.S. airports and seaports under a new anti-terrorism program the Homeland Security Department started Monday. - TVNL Comment: How stupid is the American public that they support the unbelievably moronic actions of this administration? What’s the point? That’s like spending all of your money to build a secure front door but all of your windows remain open!
  • Case Yields Chilling Signs of Domestic Terror Plot -  Arms cache in Texas leads to convictions but few answers. Critics fault focus on foreign threats. - Critics of the Bush administration say federal officials and the mainstream media are suffering from tunnel vision — that they are so focused on international threats that they have failed to give sufficient attention to threats at home. - TVNL Comment: Over 25,000 Americans are killed each year by guns. Pollution and toxins kill millions with their cancer causing agents and their ability to increase heart disease. The Bush/PNAC administrations policies have increased the threat to Human life in these areas, not to mention their international policies that have increased hatred and provoked encouraged terrorist recruitment. With all this the moronic American public believes that the Bush/PNAC administration has made us safer.
  • Study Published by Army Criticizes War on Terror's Scope - A scathing new report published by the Army War College broadly criticizes the Bush administration's handling of the war on terrorism, accusing it of taking a detour into an "unnecessary" war in Iraq and pursuing an "unrealistic" quest against terrorism that may lead to U.S. wars with states that pose no serious threat. - Full report pdf file here.
  • US judge clears bail for Israeli accused of nuke exports to Pakistan - A United States federal court judge has upheld a court decision to release an Israeli businessman on bail, pending his trial on charges that he illegally exported devices which could be used in nuclear weapons to Pakistan. - TVNL Comment: But it was Iraq that was the threat!
  • Government safety requirements at nuclear weapons facilities targeted for elimination - The Bush administration is looking at waiving some current government safety requirements at federal nuclear facilities if contractors don't like them - after Congress directed it to start fining contractors for violations. - TVNL Comment: But they want to add legislation to tell you who you can marry. That’s what government is there fore. Don’t protect us, just tell us how to run our personal lives.
  • Cyanide, arsenal stirs domestic terror fear - William Krar and Judith Bruey assembled a frightening arsenal in three rented storage units in this East Texas town, and federal authorities are trying to figure out why. - TVNL Comment: This is another example of the fact that it is indeed the military industrial complex running the show. The only threats being presented as such to Americans are the kind that the military can protect us from.  If a company from within the group of military profiteers can not profit from an issue regardless of its importance the issue is bypassed, even by the media.
  • Are We Fighting a Real War on Terror at All? - During the war in Afghanistan, the United States concentrated less on neutralizing al Qaeda fighters than on removing the unfriendly Taliban regime from a country perceived to be strategic and installing a more compliant, hand-picked government. On two important occasions in the war, the administration refused to risk U.S. casualties by committing U.S. forces to fight al Qaeda in the Afghan mountains—relying instead on Afghan allies that were ultimately paid off to let the terrorists escape.
  • Bush proposes cutting research on toxins - On the same day a poison-laced letter shuttered Senate offices, President Bush asked Congress to eliminate an $8.2 million research program on how to decontaminate buildings attacked by toxins.
  • U.S. supports nuclear pardon - The United States has supported Pakistan's presidential pardon of Abdul Qadeer Khan, after the father of the nation's nuclear program admitted he gave nuclear weapons technology to other countries. - TVNL Comment: This news should cause anyone who is sensitive to hypocrisy to have their head explode! This is beyond words. We obliterate a nation because they may one day proliferate weapons if they ever achieve the ability to produce them, but we pardon the people who actually made them and proliferated them. That’s leadership!
  • Avoiding attacking suspected terrorist mastermind - Abu Musab Zarqawi blamed for more than 700 killings in Iraq - But NBC News has learned that long before the war the Bush administration had several chances to wipe out his terrorist operation and perhaps kill Zarqawi himself — but never pulled the trigger.
  • Grave and Gathering Dangers: The War President's Threat to National and Global Security, Part II of III: Riled Hornet's Nest of Hatred - The American  people’s ignorance in the face of a growing reality that their lives have been made less safe as a result of the Bush administration’s warmongering ventures cannot be underestimated.
  • Some U.S. Security Worse Than Before New Agency-Study - A year after the largest and most costly revamp in U.S. government history forged the Department of Homeland Security, some security problems are worse than before the agency was created, according to a new study.
  • US gave uranium to 43 nations - The U.S. has given weapons-grade uranium to 43 countries including Pakistan since the 1950s under the Atoms for Peace programme and is making little effort to get them back, a government department reported. -  The Department of Energy said in a report that among the countries which have refused to return the material are  Pakistan , Iran, Israel, Mexico, Jamaica and South Africa.
  • FBI man says US alliance boosts risk - A SENIOR FBI counter-terrorism expert said yesterday that the risk of a strike against Australia had clearly increased because of the Howard Government's commitment to the US-led coalition in Iraq.
  • Weak on Terror - The truth is that Mr. Bush, while eager to invoke 9/11 on behalf of an unrelated war, has shown consistent reluctance to focus on the terrorists who actually attacked America, or their backers in Saudi Arabia and Pakistan.
  • Training for Nuclear Plant Guards Off - Nuclear weapons plants have eliminated or reduced training for guards responsible for repelling terrorist attacks, leaving the government unable to guarantee the plants can be adequately defended, the Energy Department's internal watchdog said Tuesday.
  • Debate Grows Over Bush's Handling of Terror Threat - But Senator Bob Graham, Democrat of Florida, who is a former chairman of the Intelligence Committee, barely let Mr. Clarke's appearance on CBS's "60 Minutes" end before he issued a scathing statement about the administration's record on terror. - "The facts are that within six months of the first bombs falling on Afghanistan, this administration was diverting military and intelligence resources to its planned war in Iraq, which allowed Al Qaeda to regenerate," said Mr. Graham, who was one of the first lawmakers to label the war with Iraq a distraction from the fight against terror. "As the people of Indonesia, Morocco, Saudi Arabia and most recently Spain have learned painfully well, this president failed to execute the real war on terrorism."
  • UN warns on Afghanistan reverting to terrorism - The UNDP report notes Iraq is receiving "10 times as much development assistance with roughly the same size of population". Development inflows amount to $67 per person, compared with $248 in Bosnia Herzegovina and $256 in East Timor, according to the report.
  • Powell Quiet on Terror in 2001 - Three days before President Bush's inauguration, Colin Powell at his confirmation hearing discussed for the first time his priorities as the nation's new secretary of state. He spoke on 20 topics - from China and the Balkans to U.N. sanctions and Iraq. - He never mentioned the al-Qaida terrorist group.
  • Top Focus Before 9/11 Wasn't on Terrorism - Rice Speech Cited Missile Defense - On Sept. 11, 2001, national security adviser Condoleezza Rice was scheduled to outline a Bush administration policy that would address "the threats and problems of today and the day after, not the world of yesterday" -- but the focus was largely on missile defense, not terrorism from Islamic radicals. - A review of major public pronouncements in the first eight months of 2001 found relatively few extensive statements by Bush, Vice President Cheney or Rice about al Qaeda, bin Laden or other Islamic extremist groups.
  • Spread of Bin Laden Ideology Cited - Iraq Invasion Said To Alter Dynamics Of Local Militants - The U.S.-led invasion of Iraq has accelerated the spread of Osama bin Laden's anti-Americanism among once local Islamic militant movements, increasing danger to the United States as the al Qaeda network is becoming less able to mount attacks, according to senior intelligence officials at the CIA and State Department. - TVNL Comment: On behalf of our readers and the anti-war movement: We told you this would happen!
  • Iraq war undermining battle against Al Qaeda: Musharraf - Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf complained on Wednesday that the war in Iraq was drawing resources from the battle against Al Qaeda leaders and their supporters hiding in Pakistan and Afghanistan. In an interview to be broadcast on Monday night on Australian public television SBS, Musharraf said his government was receiving ”very minimal” assistance as it tried to pacify tribal areas along the Afghan border where leaders of Al Qaeda and the former Afghan Taleban regime are believed hiding. - Asked if the US-led Iraq war has been a distraction from the battle against Al Qaeda and Taleban remnants by diverting resources from Afghanistan and Pakistan, Musharraf replied: “Yes indeed”.
  • Fuel rod parts missing from nuclear plant - Two pieces of a highly radioactive fuel rod are missing from a Vermont nuclear plant, and engineers planned to search onsite for the nuclear material, officials said Wednesday. - TVNL Comment: The world is safer without Saddam. He was the greatest threat to the world. His weapons were more dangerous than all others. Keep repeating this to yourselves!
  • Bremer criticized Bush on terrorism before attacks - L. Paul Bremer, the U.S. administrator in Iraq, said in a speech six months before the September 11, 2001 attacks that the Bush administration was "paying no attention" to terrorism. - "What they will do is stagger along until there's a major incident and then suddenly say, 'Oh my God, shouldn't we be organized to deal with this,"' said Bremer at McCormick Tribune Foundation conference on terrorism on February 26, 2001.
  • Macedonian police accused of faking terrorism to impress U.S. - Macedonian police gunned down seven innocent immigrants, then claimed they were terrorists, in a killing staged to impress the United States, authorities said Friday. - TVNL Comment: Well, they were right in that killing does seem to impress Americans!
  • Texan sentenced to 11 years for chemical weapons - According to information from prosecutors in court, Krar accumulated a large quantity of sodium cyanide and chemicals such as hydrochloric, nitric and acetic acids. Prosecutors said when sodium cyanide is mixed with acids such as those in Krar's possession, the combination can produce a lethal gas. -  Krar was also found in possession of pipe bombs, high-powered rifles, machine guns and over 100,000 rounds of ammunition. - TVNL Comment: This is the “Bush’s hypocrisy exposed” story of the year. This shows several things. 1. Terrorism is not an issue, only an excuse for proceeding with the PNAC agenda. This is real up close terrorism with the potential for great death and destruction yet the government and the media ignore it. 2. WMDs are not now and were never a real concern of the Bush administration, only an excuse to go into Iraq. WMDs, i.e. gas, can be found right here at home and this proves it. 3 Islamic terrorists are the only type of terrorists that we are being protected from. It’s so obvious that it is sad!
  • Pentagon has lost track of exported missiles - Terrorists could use anti-aircraft Stinger missiles, critics say  - A still-secret congressional report detailing the Pentagon's inability to account for all of its Stinger shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missiles is causing consternation on Capitol Hill and raises the specter of terrorists using U.S.-made missiles to shoot down U.S. military or civilian airplanes.
  • A More Vulnerable Nation - The Iraq War is diverting resources and shifting our focus away from national security, which makes Americans more vulnerable to terrorism.
  • U.S. Wrongly Reported Drop in World Terrorism in 2003 - The State Department acknowledged Thursday that it was wrong in reporting that terrorism declined worldwide last year, a finding the Bush administration had pointed to as evidence of its success in countering terror. - Instead, the number of incidents and the toll in victims increased sharply, the department said.
  • U.S. Said to Overstate Value of Guantánamo Detainees - In interviews, dozens of high-level military, intelligence and law-enforcement officials in the United States, Europe and the Middle East said that contrary to the repeated assertions of senior administration officials, none of the detainees at the United States Naval Base at Guantánamo Bay ranked as leaders or senior operatives of Al Qaeda. They said only a relative handful — some put the number at about a dozen, others more than two dozen — were sworn Qaeda members or other militants able to elucidate the organization's inner workings.
  • September 33rd - Tom Engelhardt on the many thousands all over the world who have suffered, since 9/11, thanks to the Bush administration. - On that initial September 11th, thousands of people from many countries, all in three buildings, went to their deaths. By this September 33rd, three years later, in addition to those 1000-plus young Americans dead in Iraq; and another 132 in Afghanistan, and many thousands of Afghan civilians dead in our initial bombings and in the chaos as well as civil and guerrilla warfare that followed, the latest guesstimates on Iraqi civilian deaths go as high as 30,000 or more, not counting the thousands of Iraqi soldiers, often conscripts, who died in our several-week long invasion of the country. In the meantime, deaths worldwide from acts of terror, slaughters on trains in Spain, or in banks, hotels, and temples in Turkey, or in buses in Israel, or in the streets and clubs of Indonesia, or on the streets and in mosques in Pakistan, or in a classroom in Beslan -- often thanks to disparate movements, causes, reasons -- are significantly on the rise.
  • Is America safer? - Pulitzer Prize-winning author examines how U.S. got from 9/11 to the war in Iraq
  • WORSE THAN TERRORISM - So Bush’s war in Iraq, which was never the American people’s war in the first place, has actually harmed more Americans than the September 11th attacks.
  • 'Frustrated' U.S. Cybersecurity Chief Abruptly Resigns - The government's cybersecurity chief has abruptly resigned after one year with the Department of Homeland Security, confiding to industry colleagues his frustration over what he considers a lack of attention paid to computer security issues within the agency.
  • Guantanamo has 'failed to prevent terror attacks'   - Prisoner interrogations at Guantánamo Bay, the controversial US military detention centre where guards have been accused of brutality and torture, have not prevented a single terrorist attack, according to a senior Pentagon intelligence officer who worked at the heart of the US war on terror.
  • War on terror starts at the pump - If we had imposed a new gasoline tax after 9/11, demand would have been dampened and gas today would probably still be $2 a gallon. But instead of the extra dollar going to Saudi Arabia -- where it ends up with mullahs who build madrasas that preach intolerance -- that dollar would have gone to our own Treasury to pay down our own deficit and finance our own schools. In fact, the Bush energy policy should be called No Mullah Left Behind.
  • The risks of the al-Zarqawi myth - Al-Zarqawi was everywhere, his bombers striking in Mosul, Baghdad, Samarra, Najaf, Baquba, Ramadi and Falluja. Islamist websites published accounts of al-Zarqawi's actions, and the western media, together with western intelligence services, ran with these stories, giving them credibility. The al-Zarqawi legend, if one can call it that, was born. - The problem is, there is simply no substance to this legend, as US marines are now finding out.
  • War Helps Recruit Terrorists, Hill Told - The insurgency in Iraq continues to baffle the U.S. military and intelligence communities, and the U.S. occupation has become a potent recruiting tool for al Qaeda and other terrorist groups, top U.S. national security officials told Congress yesterday. - "Islamic extremists are exploiting the Iraqi conflict to recruit new anti-U.S. jihadists," CIA Director Porter J. Goss told the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. - "These jihadists who survive will leave Iraq experienced and focused on acts of urban terrorism," he said. "They represent a potential pool of contacts to build transnational terrorist cells, groups and networks in Saudi Arabia, Jordan and other countries." - "The Iraq conflict, while not a cause of extremism, has become a cause for extremists," - TVNL Comment: Translation: Invading Iraq made this world a much more dangerous place!
  • Rice changed terrorism report - A state department report which showed an increase in terrorism incidents around the world in 2004 was altered to strip it of its pessimistic statistics, it emerged yesterday. - This year's edition showed a big increase, from 172 significant terrorist attacks in 2003 to 655 in 2004.
  • Bush administration eliminating 19-year-old international terrorism report - The State Department decided to stop publishing an annual report on international terrorism after the government's top terrorism center concluded that there were more terrorist attacks in 2004 than in any year since 1985, the first year the publication covered. - But other current and former officials charged that Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's office ordered "Patterns of Global Terrorism" eliminated several weeks ago because the 2004 statistics raised disturbing questions about the Bush's administration's frequent claims of progress in the war against terrorism. - "Instead of dealing with the facts and dealing with them in an intelligent fashion, they try to hide their facts from the American public," charged Larry C. Johnson, a former CIA analyst and State Department terrorism expert who first disclosed the decision to eliminate the report in The Counterterrorism Blog, an online journal.’s Suggested Reading


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