Archive for January 11th, 2008

The Shocking Video Hillary Does NOT Want You To See!

by Geezer Power …9:32 pm

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A Whistleblower’s Chronicle of Hillary Clinton’s Misconduct

This is the video that’s been buzzing around the blogs for the past few months, becoming one of the most viewed on Google Video. It shows the Peter Paul side of the issue, which involves allegations that Hillary Clinton has committed numerous federal election law violations, has lied about them to cover them up, all culminating in what might be felonious conduct on her part. Paul makes a strong case here. Will the media continue to do its best to bury what might be the largest election fraud in US history? Stay tuned…

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By- Suzie-Q @ 5:45 PM MST

Navy Times: Prankster May Have Been Behind Radio Threats

It just gets more and more bizarre. From The Navy Times:

The threatening radio transmission heard at the end of a video showing harassing maneuvers by Iranian patrol boats in the Strait of Hormuz may have come from a locally famous heckler known among ship drivers as the “Filipino Monkey.”…In recent years, American ships operating in the Middle East have had to contend with a mysterious but profane voice known by the ethnically insulting handle of “Filipino Monkey,” likely more than one person, who listens in on ship-to-ship radio traffic and then jumps on the net shouting insults and jabbering vile epithets….

Rick Hoffman, a retired captain who commanded the cruiser Hue City and spent many of his 17 years at sea in the Gulf was subject to the renegade radio talker repeatedly, often without pause during the so-called “Tanker Wars” of the late 1980s.

“For 25 years there’s been this mythical guy out there who, hour after hour, shouts obscenities and threats,” he said. “He could be tied up pierside somewhere or he could be on the bridge of a merchant ship.”

And the Monkey has stamina.

“He used to go all night long. The guy is crazy,” he said. “But who knows how many Filipino Monkeys there are? Could it have been a spurious transmission? Absolutely.”

Here again is the audio (mp3) of that radio transmission.

On a more serious note, the BBC reports that “Iranian speedboats approached US warships in two previously undisclosed incidents in the Strait of Hormuz in December.”

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Evening Jukebox… I Could Fall In Love

By- Suzie-Q @ 5:30 PM MST

Selena – I Could Fall In Love

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Bu$hco was monitoring telecommunications before 911

by Geezer Power …12:39 pm

When Bu$hco came into power in 2001 there were already intelligence gathering telecommunications snooping in place. It was called Echelon whose existence had only recently been acknowledged by US officials, and was capable of hoovering up millions of phone calls, faxes and emails a minute. But this was not enough for Bu$hco and agency officials said that the NSA must become a “powerful, permanent presence” on the commercial communications networks, a goal they admitted would raise legal and privacy issues.

In February 2001 ‘Project Groundbreaker’ was set Up to monitor domestic phone communications and in October 2001 the NSA created a massive data base of US citizen’s phone calls.


In todays news Justice’s Inspector General Glenn Fine, right, said more than half of about 1,000 FBI phone bills reviewed were not paid on time and resulted in wiretaps being cut. The FBI, led by Robert S. Mueller III, said no evidence was lost.

Recently the Senate intelligence committee voted 10 to 9 along party lines to approve a bill that added new restrictions on government surveillance powers. But this did not include language addressing the immunity issue, which would mean that the telecommunications companies would have to testify in court.

The committee defeated in a 12 to 7 vote a proposal from Sen. Russell Feingold (D-Wis.) that would have precluded legal protections for telecom companies. Democratic Sens. Dianne Feinstein (Calif.), Herb Kohl (Wis.) and Sheldon Whitehouse (R.I.) joined nine Republicans in voting against the proposal.

There is sure a lot of difference between Feingold and Feinstein. In San Francisco some folks are calling Dianne Feinstein a Neocon in drag.

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Kucinich Backs New Hampshire Recount

anthony @ 18:05 GMT

Vote fraud expert Bev Harris warns he could be walking into a trap

Paul Joseph Watson | Prison Planet | Friday, January 11, 2008

Citing “serious and credible reports, allegations and rumors” about the integrity of Tuesday’s results, Congressman Dennis Kucinich is backing a full recount of ballots for the Democratic contest in New Hampshire, meaning that both party’s primaries may now both be cast into doubt. However, vote fraud expert Bev Harris has warned that it could all be a trap to validate Diebold electronic voting machines.

As we reported yesterday, New Hampshire Republican candidate Albert Howard is prepared to put his name behind a primary recount in order to ascertain if the example of “human error” in the town of Sutton, where Ron Paul was originally given zero votes, was an isolated case or if wider vote fraud took place.

Kucinich’s motivation for demanding a recount is the highly suspicious way in which Hillary Clinton reversed a 13 point pre-polling deficit to defeat Barack Obama, aided by a 7% swing thanks to the use of Diebold electronic voting machines. (more…)

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Ten Things The World Needs to Know About the EU Treaty!

GEF @ 6:08 AM MST

Ten Things You Might Not Know About the Lisbon Treaty

A Brussels Journal piece shows: Too few Europeans are aware of the undemocratic nature of this treaty.

The Trumpet has written extensively about the undemocratic nature of the European Union and the federal superstate that is gradually emerging from it. Over the years, we have supported our forecast for Europe with analysis from various authors, historians and respected authorities.

The following are excerpts from another perceptive source about the real nature of the EU. Written by Anthony Coughlan, a professor and senior lecturer emeritus in social policy at Trinity College Dublin, this article, aptly titled “These Boots Are Gonna Walk All Over You,” details the 10 most important things the Lisbon Treaty does. It was published on the Brussels Journal last month (emphasis ours throughout).


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