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He Wasn’t Santa…

By- Suzie-Q @ 8:00 PM MST

“What’s that sound on the roof honey? Is it Santa Claus?”

“No, it doesn’t sound like reindeer… I had better get out of bed and go see what that is!”

>>>He Wasn’t Santa…<<<

😆

Good Evening Justice Bloggers!

A little Friday night humor… LOL!

My co-workers and I have been laughing about this all day!

And, to continue my Christmas music that I promised.. I have added the appropriate song… hehe

S-Q


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Britania Says “NO” to EU Treaty!

GEF @ 4:05 PM MST

The whole premise that an EU Treaty would not allow the people of those Nations to vote on it is precisely a dictatorial act in order to create the fourth and final German/Roman reich. I believe the British people are smarter than their leaders, who don’t remember their almost total defeat at the hands of Hitler and his merciless attacks on Britania during infamous V2 rocket bombings during WW2.

Britons Insist on Referendum on EU Treaty

December 20, 2007

(Angus Reid Global Monitor) – The vast majority of people in Britain believe the government of Gordon Brown should call a referendum on whether to ratify a revised common European Union (EU) treaty, according to a poll by YouGov. 62 per cent of respondents support holding a nationwide vote on this issue, while 17 per cent want Parliament to decide.

If a referendum were to take place, 44 per cent of respondents would vote against Britain adhering to the treaty, while 17 per cent would vote in favour of the proposed body of law. 40 per cent of respondents are undecided.

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What the White House Wants to Hide

anthony @ 21:30 GMT

By Jim Marrs | AboveTopSecret.com | December 21, 2007

What exactly is so sensitive that the Bush White House wants to keep hidden
within CIA files of extracting information from terror suspects? The answer
may be found in the following excerpt from my book “The Terror Conspiracy,”
written in 2002 and finally published in full in 2006:

One captured al Qaeda chief may have provided a startling answer to the
question of who actually provided state sponsorship for the 9/11 attacks-
most likely working hand-in-hand with cosponsors in the US as well as other
US-connected foreign intelligence agencies including the Israeli Mossad
and/or the Pakistani ISI (i.e., the Mossad and the ISI being the central
intelligence agency equivalent in each country).
larger excerpt

With the confession of the top al Qaeda chief, it becomes abundantly
clear why the Bush White House wants this information kept from the public.
People might begin to wonder about the close business and social
connections between the Saudis and the bin Laden family in particular and
the Bush family. After all, someone in high authority allowed bin Laden
family members to fly across the US during the “no fly” period following
the 9/11 attacks. Such authority had to come from the White House.

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Smoking Gun Proof of a 9/11 Cover Up by the US Government!

GEF @ 10:55 AM MST

EVERYTHING THAT RECORDED WHAT OCCURRED IN THE MAYOR’S ADMINISTRATION BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER THE 9/11 “EVENT” WAS TAKEN BY GIULIANI TO COVER HIS TRACKS AND PROBABLE COMPLICITY IN THE TWIN TOWERS AND BLDG 7 DESTRUCTION!! IF THIS NEWS DOESN’T CAUSE YOU TO DO A DOUBLE TAKE AND QUESTION THE IMPROBABLE EVENTS OF 9/11 THEN YOU ARE JUST DEAD!

AP IMPACT: Giuliani Secretive As Mayor

MICHAEL R. BLOOD

— When a mayor of New York leaves office, little goes out the door but memories _ unless he’s Rudy Giuliani. Government rules discourage the city’s most powerful officeholder from departing with more than token gifts collected on the job.Ed Koch, mayor from 1978 to 1989, recalls keeping some neckties. His successor, David Dinkins, walked away with knickknacks from his desk, including a crystal tennis ball and a collection of photographs documenting his meetings with celebrities and business icons.

When Giuliani stepped down, he needed a warehouse.

Under an unprecedented agreement that didn’t become public until after he left office, Giuliani secreted out of City Hall the written, photographic and electronic record of his eight years in office _ more than 2,000 boxes.

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Who is bearing the cost of Iraq, Afghanistan wars?

Sudhan @16:00 CET

Iraq, Afghanistan War Costs Top Vietnam

By Aaron Glantz | Antiwar.com, December 21, 2007
Congress’ approval Wednesday of $70 billion more for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan mean the twin conflicts are now more costly to American taxpayers than the war in Vietnam.
According to a study by the Washington-based Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, Congress has now approved nearly $700 billion for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.“Using inflation-adjusted dollars, the total cost of those wars has now surpassed the total cost of the Vietnam war (which ran to $670 billion),” the group’s Travis Sharp told OneWorld. “It’s also more than seven times larger than the Persian Gulf War ($94 billion) and more than twice the cost of the Korean war ($295 billion).”

As a result of Wednesday’s vote, Sharp said, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan will become the second costliest conflict in American history, trailing only World War II.

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