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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Jp, "Well, lets take this story for instance...since we're talking about lies and all I think this qualifies. As you know not long after the attacks the FBI already had its culprit and a couple days later it had compiled a list of 19 hijackers who commited the actrocities. The problem I have is when you have a list of 19 hijackers and it later turns out that 9 or more of them are stil
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16 years ago
Timothy
"White House press secretary Ari Fleischer said the administration was aware of the 1999 report prepared by the Library of Congress for the National Intelligence Council, which advises the president and U.S. intelligence on emerging threats. He said the document did not contain direct intelligence pointing toward a specific plot but rather included assessments about how terrorists might stri
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16 years ago
Timothy
Ananda, Where does any of these sources state that Bush was warned that terrorists were planning to highjack airplnes and suicide attack them in to buildings? Highjacking airlines is hardly a new phenomenom, and modus operandi for many terrorist groups already. Just what exactly in this report states theat Bush knew what was going to happen on 9/11? Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Jp, "Defending Been Hiding,...not hardly! Just defending justice, I believe a man can only be found guilty if he is put on trial." Me too. Funny that, Osama had already been indicted before 9/11 for the Cole bombing, and the Kenyan embassy bombings. Unfortunately, the Taliban was financially dependant on Osama to keep the government armed and in power, so they refused to give
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Pr, "Taking out Saddam was the equivalent of arresting a small time drug dealer and claiming that a huge blow was dealt to the drug trade. You gotta also take out The Man, who is behind propping up these despots." Who do you think was paying Palestinian suicide bombers? Hiding Abu-Nidal? Sheltering various Islamic Terrorists? The equivalence you mentioned would be true if
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Jpeets, "Fact was that the Taliban were willing to deliver Been Hiding to the US but only if he was guilty of the crime." One has to go to trial before being convicted in the US. We wanted to put him on trial, as he had previously taken responsibility for a host of other attacks against western intserests, such as the USS Cole bombing. Not to mention he stated on numerous occa
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16 years ago
Timothy
Steve, Apologies, I take a little more liberty when debating with Jpeets because of our past experiences. He ribs me, I rib him back, life goes on. I would be suprised to hear that either of us would need to resort to complaining to the moderators, as we both seem to be above that. If anyone took this offensively, please accept my apologies, no offense intended. I thought the applesauce
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16 years ago
Timothy
Not only did the media ignore these anti-terror protests, they EVEN HAD REPORTERS COVERING IT. AND NO ONE REPORTED ANYTHING. This is for all of you who continue to claim the the media is "pro bush". You're wrong. Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Ananda, You have a lot of nerve accusing people of being freeper trolls. You constantly accuse us of being sheeple and too stupid to see the "wisdom" of the bovine Moore, or the salvation in Howard Dean. I know you will ignore this, but remember ananda, I have been posting at this board as long if not longer than you have, I have more right to call you a MOORISH troll than you d
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16 years ago
Timothy
Don, Vreelands story has been debunked numerous times already. On October 7, 2001, Vreeland, who was fighting extradition, submitted an exhibit in a Canadian court that he says shows he knew 9/11 was coming. And, Ruppert argues, this is proof that US intelligence was aware of the coming attacks. The document is a page of handwritten notes. There is a list that includes the World Trade Center, t
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Pr, "I look for forward to Saddam going to trial and spilling the beans on his connections to the biggest terrorist of all - the US government." You will be sadly disappointed. Be glad you aren't in Chiraq's shoes right now..... Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Jp, I admit that I too had refrained from posting here for a while, and only recently have started to get the desire back to trade threads with people. However, IMO, capturing Saddam will trggier many different links to become uncovered. Already the US is having much better luck tracking down the remaining Baathists and Fedayeen thugs.... Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Easy JP, I was only joking. My, we are a teensy bit sensitive..... Seriously, we had some good debates before. I am glad to see you back, yet disappointed you still think that the Bush admin was somehow responsible for 9/11. That is loony. But I am glad to see you back, as you say, "rehashing" the same tired points...... Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
JPeets! You're back! And I missed you so......How ya been? Yeah, I know, Saddam being captured probably puts a damper in the anti-us stride these days, what can you do.... "I knew I wouldn't have to read much to know this story is what it is....bogus! " I admitted in the4 beginning of my post that I have yet to pass judgment on this being for real. I agree it would be premature
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16 years ago
Timothy
I'm very interested to see what becomes of this report. I will admit it does seem suspect because it directly ties Atta to Saddam, which would pretty much be all I need to know in terms of the reasons for the Iraqi celebration. "Iraq's coalition government claims that it has uncovered documentary proof that Mohammed Atta, the al-Qaeda mastermind of the September 11 attacks against the U
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16 years ago
Timothy
"Yeah... mentally W is a cross between a sleazy car salesman and Dan Quayle...who looks like a cross between Howdy Doody and Alfred E. Neumann." "Dubya's not really the president, just the Resident-in-Thief... and even if he were not a SCOTUS-selected pResident but duly and properly elected, still he does look like a smirking chimp..." "Bush deserves no respect whats
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Dave, "As for "running out of issues to attack the president on" I don't agree. The Democrats IMO are rightly highlighting genuine conflicts of interest." I should have been more specific. There are most certainly issues they the Dems should be criticizing the president on, I listed a few, but the problem is they aren't. They seem to harp on issues that the dems ar
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Bent, Interesting story. It sounds a lot like what is happening now with the democrats in the US right now. Since they are running out of issues to attack the president on, they are resorting to insults and name calling, and it's quite sad. They had a chance to criticize him on the economy, but er, ah, the economy is actually doing a whole lot better lately. Unemployment is going down and
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Bent, "I don't think the dehumanization of Bush is going to win any brownie points with the electorate. So, if you're trying to get rid of Dubya, monkey pictures can only have an adverse effect, imo." Not only that, but these incessant insults are sending the democratic party, which I've voted for in every election on the last fifteen years, down the tubes in a hurry. We're goi
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Don, Enough people watched the plane hit the building, many were shaken in their offices from force of the jet flying so low. If you ever get close to an airline landing, you know what I mean. Not a single witness mentioned anything about a missile, nor were there any other aircraft in the area. Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Don, I believe many of your conspiracy questions about 9/11 are addressed here- probably not the wacky ones though. Whether you realize it or not, a few hundred people saw a jet hit the Pentagon on 9/11..... Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
These folks in the media are really beginning to grate on my nerves...... Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi ananda, I can understand why you are such a fan of Mr. Moore *spit*. He definitely likes to play to his audience, that's for sure. I'm suprised it took him this long to write this garbage, all those zingers about the fake turkey, they must have taken him HOURS to come up with, since they are so insightful and relevant! Someone might want to explain to him that the fake turkey is actu
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16 years ago
Timothy
Aarooga, "And who's pocket is that going into?" The Iraqi's get to have there country rebuilt. Someone has to do it. The Countries who sacrificed their own citizens troops to fight to liberate Iraq will gain financially through the contracts, but it is the Iraqis who are benefitting through the enormous reconstruction project being done in Iraq. Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi J metevier, "we're creating 'terrorists', if you want to call them that, by the millions." Yep, all Americas fault. We are the reason that fanatical muslims want to turn the world in to a caliphate state run by Sharia law. Yes, it's our own fault. We DESERVED 9/11, right? In a word, WRONG. The nations that produce these fanatical extremists are ripe with failure. THAT is w
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Steve, "It seems the protests weren't just about 'anti terror' but saying that, it is nice to see people exercising a democratic right to highlight a multitude of greivances. " The protestors were marching against terrorism. If you would go to the links (see Healing Iraq's photo albums) and observe the photo album you will see multiple examples of banners reading "Our p
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi David, "It's nice to see that. " I could think of a few other places in the mid-east who could use some "anti-terror" demonstrations...... "If the Iraq War accomplishes nothing more than the ouster of Saddam and the defeat of Bush at the polls in 2004, it will have been more than worth it." The ouster of Saddam would be enough for me, and since I vote
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hey Folks, The oppressed voices from Iraq are finally getting a chance to speak for themselves, and by all accounts I have read so far, it seems to have been a major success. Here are some roundups (with Pictures!- Jeff Jarvis of bought Zeyad a digital camera so he could post pictures for his blog- ) "The rallies today proved to be a major success. I didn't expect anything even
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Geoff, I love your method of reasoning- "I don't,.......... but you don't have any understanding at all...." "I don't think you're an idiot....... just too stupid to understand.........." "just like the pictures Aarooga posted...you still believe the government line only 25 people or so died.....thats not you using your mind, thats you regurgitating what the g
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16 years ago
Timothy
"use you mind, learn to understand, life is not black and white....." And you accuse me of being condescending......whatever- What makes you think you have a monopoly on the truth? Tim
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