Sure. This is what Bush wants. Are we going to stand by and see it come to 
fruition? This is one of the ways in which Bush differs from the Illuminati; he 
wants the US to control the internet; the Illuminati want the UN to control it. 
Who should control it?

WE should that's who. We are the ones who are using it now, so we should 
control it, not the NSA or any other entity. Bush is controlling the Congress. 
Who do you think caused the anthrax attack on the Congress some time back? 
Bush, of course, so as to intimidate Congress. So who should be out of office? 
Bush, of course, and Cheney too for that matter.

If enough of the American people demanded that Congress initated impeachment 
proceedings, then we'd be able to get rid of Bush.


Arlene Johnson

-----Original Message-----
>From: kayforpeace <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Sent: Aug 22, 2006 12:28 AM
>Subject: [cia-drugs] Fwd:  If you treasure your internet... a must read
>"Lured by huge checks handed out by the country's top lobbyists, 
>members of
>Congress could soon strike a blow against Internet freedom as they 
>seek to
>resolve the hot-button controversy over preserving 'network 
>neutrality.' The
>telecommunications reform bill...sets the stage for the privatized,
>consolidated and unregulated communications system that is at the 
>core of
>the phone and cable lobbies' political agenda," says Jeffrey Chester.
>"Terra, terra, terra!" but "where's the beef?"
>By Bev Conover
>Online Journal Editor & Publisher
>Aug 14, 2006, 00:43
> Clair Pellar may have gone to that big Wendy's hamburger joint in 
>the sky,
>but the question that brought her 15 minutes of fame is more 
>relevant today
>with each "terror" scare: Where's the beef?
>The latest "terror plot" is the most preposterous of all. Yet, the 
>media have taken to it like flies to honey while the sheeple are 
>dumping all
>their liquids and gels into airport trash bins for the "privilege" of
>boarding an airliner, after waiting in interminable queues to be 
>searched and groped by perverse airport security personnel.
>Imagine, we're being told that "terrorists" were plotting to blow up
>airliners by mixing liquid chemicals in the planes' bathroom 
>cubicles, then
>detonating them, therefore, travelers will not be allowed to bring 
>liquids -- with a few exceptions and at the discretion of the 
>security personnel -- gels or toothpaste aboard the planes.
>Instead, the potentially explosive stuff must be dumped in trash 
>bins right
>in the airport terminals. Got it? You are to dump and pour your 
>liquids and
>gels into trash bins, allowing the possibly deadly stuff to mix and 
>go BOOM
>right in the terminal. It's for your own safety. Right? Perhaps you 
>consider that in the Bush-Blair-neocons' bizarro world it is less 
>messy to
>blow you and the terminal up, rather than have all this debris 
>raining down
>from the sky. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, however, 
>plans to
>give 11 boxes of unopened, potentially explosive, items to the city's
>homeless shelters. Homeless population control?
>You would think this would have raised some suspicions among
>passengers-in-waiting and the corporate media. But no. Not a peep. 
>not by the media and the passengers they chose to quote or put on 
>the air.
>Okay, there haven't been any explosions in the terminals. But George 
>W. and
>Poodle Blair must be laughing themselves silly over the stupidity of 
>"keep us safe at any price" crowd. You can visualize
>*Saturday Night Live* Bush impersonator Will Ferrell gleefully 
>"Terra, terra, terra!"
>This latest absurdity, allegedly hatched by Blair and his cohorts, 
>have us believe that a bunch of guys (the number of which keep 
>none of whom had airline tickets, some of whom had no passports and 
>none of
>whom had whatever substances to make their bombs, were going to blow 
>up 10
>airliners. Despite that, according to the Brits, the Bushies 
>messed them up by insisting the would-be perpetrators be grabbed now,
>despite the absence of hard evidence, making it nigh on to 
>impossible under
>UK courts' evidentiary rules to convict the alleged 
>wannabe "terrorists."
>But does any of this bother the corporate media that regurgitates ad 
>whatever "officials" (unnamed, of course) tell them? Have they all 
>lobotomized so that they are incapable of asking, "Where's the beef?"
>Of course, it wouldn't occur to them that these "terror" alerts are 
>out whenever Bush and Blair need to divert attention from their 
>current evil
>or their evil yet to come. Skepticism requires critical thinking and 
>ability to connect the dots -- none of which the corporate media 
>most of whom also have erased the word alleged from their 
>vocabularies, are
>capable of doing.
>So to pile on, knowing there will be no questions asked by the media
>regurgitators, Blair and his home secretary, John Reid, have flipped 
>another fear card -- just in case the current one blows up, so to 
>speak, in
>their faces. Why there are 24 more "conspiracy plots" under 
>surveillance in
>the UK. Does this mean that Bush, who has vowed to preemptively 
>"terr'ists" wherever they are, is going to have to do a "shock & 
>awe" number
>on the British Isles?
>Imagine what would have happened if they had thought of the
>"terrorist-terrorism" angle some 60 years ago, instead of 
>the "godless
>Communist" one that vaporized with the fall of the Soviet Union. By 
>every nation that didn't bow down to the fascist powers would be 
>As for any real terrorists who may be out there, they don't have to 
>blow up
>anything. All they have to do is gather in Internet chat rooms, 
>shoot off
>their mouths, then sit back and enjoy watching us lose more freedom 
>in the
>name of "security." Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff is 
>salivating for more police state powers. And we get to pay the bill 
>for our
>--- End forwarded message ---
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