Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Robin Cook anthrax mailings Wellstone, JFK jr, Tillman

jon stewart... he is not that funny
any more.

His Bush jokes were a lot better, or maybe
it was funniert to make jokes about people
being killed by americans with a moron fuhrer

Cynical pseudo intellectuals like that,
real jokes are a little harde to do.

They require sensibility and culture.

Helen Thomas was censored for ever by the
jewish rulers of USA, although what she said
was not half as brutal than the usual
suspects. (bush waterboarding etc)

Talking truthful about israel is similarly taboo
like talking truthful about nazis during their
short rule of terror. The afghanistan war is now
officially the longest in US history.. and guess
why it OFFICIALLY started? 9/11. Obama repeated
it a few days ago. The dogma. Heretics who do not
explicitly verbalize the dogma.
Yes, it is THAT TOUGH. The truth is sooooooooo
obvious that NOT SAYING the magic formula
"AL QAEDA" will exclude you from high office.

Remember Robin Cook, UK foreign minister?

Only DAYS after he said the truth, namely that al CIAda
is an invention -- a name for a database of muhajeddin
in the pay of the CIA -- he died in an accident.


Reminds me of
Senator Wellstone, JFK jr, Tillman...

and the anthrax mailings to congress movers
(exactly when the patriot act was to be the fascist
insurance policy)

October 2-4, 2001: Senators Daschle and Leahy
Raise Concerns about Newly Introduced Patriot

The "anti-terrorism" Patriot Act is
introduced in Congress on October 2, 2001
(see October 2, 2001), but it is not well
received by all. [US Congress, 10/2/2001] One
day later, Senate Majority Leader and future
anthrax target Tom Daschle (D) says he doubts
the Senate will take up this bill in the one
week timetable the administration wants. As
head of the Senate, Daschle has great power
to block or slow passage of the bill.
Attorney General John Ashcroft accuses Senate
Democrats of dragging their feet. [Washington
Post, 10/3/2001] On October 4, Senate
Judiciary Committee Chairman and future
anthrax target Patrick Leahy (D) accuses the
Bush administration of reneging on an
agreement on the bill. Leahy is in a key
position to block or slow the bill. Some warn
that "lawmakers are overlooking
constitutional flaws in their rush to meet
the administration.s timetable." Two days
later, Ashcroft complains about "the rather
slow pace 'over his request for law
enforcement powers' Hard feelings remain."
[Washington Post, 10/4/2001] The anthrax
letters to Daschle and Leahy are sent out
between October 6-9 as difficulties in
passing the Patriot Act continue.

October 9, 2001: Sen. Feingold Blocks Vote on
Patriot Act

On October 9, 2001, Senator Russ Feingold
(D-WI) blocks an attempt to rush the Patriot
Act to a vote with little debate and no
opportunity for amendments. He criticizes the
bill as a threat to civil liberties.
[Associated Press, 10/10/2001] One day
earlier, in the story "Cracks in
Bipartisanship Start to Show," the Washington
Post reported, "Congress has lost some of the
shock-induced unity with which it first
responded to the [9/11] attacks." [Washington
Post, 10/8/2001] Also on October 9, identical
anthrax letters are postmarked in Trenton,
New Jersey, with lethal doses to Senators Tom
Daschle and Patrick Leahy.

October 24, 2001: House and Senate Pass
Patriot Act Without Reading It

The House of Representatives passes the final
version of the Patriot Act and other
previously unpopular Bush administration
projects: Alaska oil drilling, $25 billion in
tax cuts for corporations, taps into Social
Security funds, and cuts in education. [CNN,
10/25/2001] Republican Congressman Ron Paul
states: "It.s my understanding the bill
wasn.t printed before the vote -- at least I
couldn.t get it. They played all kinds of
games, kept the House in session all night,
and it was a very complicated bill. Maybe a
handful of staffers actually read it, but the
bill definitely was not available to members
before the vote." It is later found that only
two copies of the bill were made available in
the hours before its passage, and most House
members admit they voted for the act without
actually reading it first. [Insight,
11/9/2001] Two days later, the Senate will
pass the final version of the Patriot Act.
Anthrax targets Senators Tom Daschle and
Patrick Leahy (see October 15, 2001) now
support the bill. President Bush signs it
into law the same day (see October 26, 2001).
[Fox News, 10/26/2001]

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