Wednesday, March 30, 2011

NEW YORK, March 23, 2011 --

/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A December 2010 poll conducted by the prestigious Emnid Institute, and reported in the German magazine "Welt der Wunder," revealed that 89.5% of German respondents do not believe the official story of 9/11.

The issue is heating up in America as well, and will soon be heard in court.

Top Secret Military Specialist April Gallop saw disturbing things up close that have not been reported in the media.

On the morning of September 11, 2001, she was ordered by her supervisor to go directly to work at the Pentagon, before dropping off her ten-week-old son Elisha at day care.

Amazingly, the infant was given immediate security clearance upon arrival.

The instant Gallop turned on her computer an enormous explosion blew her out of her chair, knocking her momentarily unconscious.

Escaping through the hole reportedly made by Flight 77, she saw no signs of an aircraft – no seats, luggage, metal, or human remains. Her watch (and other clocks nearby) had stopped at 9:30-9:31 a.m., seven minutes before the Pentagon was allegedly struck at 9:38 a.m.

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Friday, March 25, 2011

Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, Bahrain, Yemen, Syria, Iran, blah, blah, blah.

Can we please talk about the REAL war?

Bennett also released a memo from acting Labor Commissioner Laura Boyett that asks staffers for suggestions about renaming the seven conference rooms, some of which are named after labor leaders.

Rooms are named after four women, including Marion Martin, the state labor commissioner from 1947 to 1972, who is credited with forming the National Federation of Republican Women; and Frances Perkins, secretary of labor under Franklin D. Roosevelt and the first woman to hold a U.S. Cabinet post.

Rooms are named after Charles Scontras, a longtime University of Maine professor and a leading authority on Maine labor history, and William Looney, a Republican state legislator from Portland who helped pass child labor laws in the late 1800s.

In the memo, Boyett makes it clear to staffers that while they are awaiting a permanent labor commissioner, she wants the department to move ahead with changes.

"We have received feedback that the administration building is not perceived as equally receptive to both businesses and workers - primarily because of the nature of the mural in the lobby and the names of our conference rooms," she wrote. "Whether or not the perception is valid is not really at issue and therefore, not open to debate."

She asks workers to suggest names for the conference rooms by April 5 and indicates there will be "a small prize" for anyone who comes up with a new name. Boyett said that replacing the mural with a neutral paint and renaming the conference rooms after mountains in Maine would be appropriate.

How about the Fat Squaw Conference Room for Horizontally Challenged Retarded Cocksuckers?

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Friday, March 18, 2011

Humans call him a merciless murdering mercenary. Obama calls him a "diplomat."

Raymond Davis, the CIA spy charged with murder in Pakistan, has flown out of the country after the relatives of two men he killed dropped charges in exchange for “blood money” of at least $1.4m (£874,000) and help in resettling abroad.

Well, big surprise. We paid them off. Charges dropped. Freed to murder again.

Go America.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Dear Obama,


New York Times readers (assholes) are experts when it comes to knowing that it's interrogation when you torture nonwhite nonchristians. But when it's an American, THAT'S FUCKING TORTURE, I mean, abuse.

But at least Guantanamo is closed and we pulled out of Iraq.

Tuesday, March 08, 2011