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CIA: China Purges Communists Who Have Fallen Out of Favor

Posted by Larry Barnes on March 20, 2010

On the 16th session of the 13th National People’s Congress held on Feb. 26, 2010, Ma Zhenchuan was removed from his office as Director of the Beijing Public Security Bureau. Simultaneously, Wu Yuhua was removed from his office as Director of the Bureau of Justice in Beijing. In the meeting, new procuratorates of eight counties in Beijing were appointed. This is a rare maneuver in the system of Public Security and Justice in Beijing. It is said to be an important step by Hu Jingtao and Wenjiabao’s administration to solve the problems in the political and justice system controlled by Zhou Yongkang.

The Ministry of Public Security in China, in name, is an agency subordinate to the State Department. In fact, the Chinese Communist Party’s system of Public Security, Procuratorate, and Courts is under the control of the Communist Party’s Central Political and Legal Committee, hence controlled by Luo Gan and Zhou Yongkang, two major agents of Jiang Zemin. It is almost a separate kingdom, the darkest of the dark in the Communist Party. Some netizens have said, “Premier Wen Jiabao can handle the financial crisis, but is helpless in front of the police abusing their power.”

The most infamous power abuse in the system of Public Security, Procuratorate, and Courts is in Beijing. They conduct massive arrests, suppress human rights activists and victims who seek to appeal for justice by visiting government agencies. During the period of the Beijing Olympics and the National Day Celebration, methods of state terror were adopted in Beijing to maintain the so called stability. It has largely damaged the civil and harmonious image that Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao are trying to establish.

Wu Fan, Chief Editor of China Affairs, told the reporter from Sound of Hope International Radio Station in an interview, “The Central Political and Legal Committee is in charge of the system of Public Security Police, Justice, Procuratorate, and armed police. But its main purpose is to maintain their power, control the people, and suppress them. At present, Hu Jintao’s goal is to target some of the corrupted officials subordinate to this committee.”

Since the beginning of last year, Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao’s administration started to investigate the high ranking officials in the Ministry of Public Security, the Supreme Court, and other high ranking officials in the legal system, through the cases of Huang Guangyu, the richest man in China, and the case of Wang Yi, former deputy director of China’s National Development Bank. They removed from office the chief commander and political commissar of the Armed Police Force in Beijing.

Since March of last year, there have been rumors about Ma Zhenchuan, Director of Beijing Public Security Bureau, being investigated. There were many other people in the Public Bureau under investigation, including Zheng Shaodong, the assistant Secretary of the Ministry of Public Security and the Bureau Chief of the Financial Crime Investigation Bureau, Xiang Huaizhu, Deputy Bureau Chief of the Financial Crime Investigation Bureau, and Yu Bing, Director of Internet Monitoring Department of Beijing Public Security Bureau.

According to the book, China’s Black Gold, distributed in Hong Kong, Wen Jiabao’s order to arrest Huang Guangyu and Zheng Shaodong was like an earthquake, shocking the public security departments. It is a case involving many high profile representatives at the level of department director in the Shanghai Public Security Bureau, Beijing Public Security Bureau, Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department and Liaoning Provincial Public Security Department. The investigation prompted an immediate reaction from the Ministry of Public Security, who, in turn, arrested several subordinates of Wen Jiabao.

Ma Zhenchuan was the Commander in Chief for the Olympic Security Commanding Center in Beijing. During the time he was being investigated, Ma continued to make appearances in public, as if to demonstrate his power.

The one who assumed Ma Zhenchuan’s position as Director of Beijing Public Security Bureau is Fu Zhenghua, the former deputy director of Beijing Public Security bureau. Fu is also under investigation for covering He Yang, also known as He Gangqiang. The latter is suspected to have illegally embezzled capital and property of China’s Rail Road Transportation Company.

Wu Yuhua, who was removed from his position as Director of the Bureau of Justice of Beijing, was reported to the State Audit Bureau by Li Jinsong, a lawyer from Beijing, for embezzlement of tens of millions yuan (Chinese currency).

Lawyers from Beijing, including Li Subin, Yang Huiwen, Xie Yanyi, Teng Biao, and Tang Jitian, also reported Wu Yuhua, Director of the Bureau of Justice of Beijing and Li Dajin, Director of Beijing Lawyers’ Association, for extorting money from lawyers in the process of registration and annual audit. The registration fee, administration fee, and association fee that they collected amounts to more that one billion yuan.

On March 12, 2009, Li Subin, along with other nine lawyers in Beijing, jointly filed a criminal law suit against Wu Yuhua, director of Bureau of Justice of Beijing. On March 13, the Yitong Law Firm where Li Jinsong and Li Subin belonged, was ordered to suspend their business and rectify their operation by Haidian District Bureau of Justice in Beijing. Another reason they drew this kind of suppression was that they have called for direct election in the Lawyers’ Association.

Lawyer Li Subin said, “If those with whom the lawyers have some trouble are the so called brothers of the corrupted officials, they will jointly suppress the lawyers. They are extremely hateful toward those who called for direct election and democracy. They are also quite afraid of them. Therefore, they will immediately suppress such lawyers, trying to suffocate them as quickly as possible. ”

At present, the reform promoted by Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao in the legal and justice system has touched the roots of the corrupted political and legal system headed by Zhou Yongkang. On Feb. 22, 2010, the article in People’s Daily, the mouthpiece newspaper controlled by Jiang Zemin and his gang, said in rebuttal, “It is doomed to fail for blindly copying the justice system of the west. ”

Guo Guoding, the human rights lawyer in exile, said, “The corrupted system of justice will naturally lead to the corrupted judges who would conduct a mistrial and give a wrong verdict in many cases in exchange for their own benefits. That is why there are millions of people visiting higher government offices every year in China. The whole country has no trust in the law, nor do they have trust in the judges or the legal system. That’s why there are so many visits. It is a vicious cycle, getting worse and worse, till the Chinese Communist Party reaches its doom. ”

In addition, according to a report from WOIPFG (World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong), the Director of Beijing Public Security Bureau Ma Zhenchuan was also in charge of the operation to persecute Falun Gong in Beijing. Under the name of security for the Olympics, he illegally arrested many Falun Gong practitioners. The Director of Bureau Justice of Beijing Wu Yuhua was in charge of the administration of the prisons and labor camps in Beijing. He is directly responsible for the wide spread torture and killing of Falun Gong practitioners in the prisons and labor camps. At the same time, Wu Yuhua is also one of the people responsible for the persecution of lawyer Gao Zhisheng.


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Petraeus Says We Must Counter Leftard Bloggers (Such As Moral OUtrage)

Posted by Larry Barnes on March 18, 2010

Even though Gen. Petraeus called Iran the “primary state-level threat” in the Middle East. He stated that “Iran undermines security throughout the region in its efforts to gain nuclear weapons”, but many leftard bolggers threaten a broader disinformation race, and use lies and half truths to influence U.S. opinion on Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Gaza, Afghanistan, Israel and the Gulf region.

Gen Petrreaus said a counterinsurgency tactic Centcom used successfully in Iraq and Afghanistan and he hopes to expand, is to counter extremists’ messages to the public. A regional task force is needed to expand Operation Earnest Voice, a joint mission with the State Department used in Iraq and Afghanistan, he said.

“We were the first in coming forward with the truth,” Petreaus said. “We can’t let the extremists get the upper hand in cyberspace. Clearly, this is an area in which we will need additional policies, capabilities and resources.”

Enemies of the United States have become adept at using the Internet in achieving their aims, the general said. “Extremists recruit there, they proselytize there, they share tactics and strategy there,” he explained. “We have to ask ourselves if this is something we can allow to continue. If not, then we must figure out how to stop it without infringing on free speech.”

Read the full story at:

“There clearly is a real terrorist threat that still exists. Whether it be al-Qaida or its affiliates, (and bloggers) they remain very much a threat to the American people and our allies around the world,” Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell said.

It is easy to believe that bloggers have encouraged the terrorist, and that is why we still have 110,000 forces in Iraq, and why we have forces deployed around the world in support of the war on terror launched after the 9/11 attacks.

“Whether it be in Iraq or Afghanistan or in operations taking place in other parts of the world, we are doing things in a very offensive manner to try to prevent any other attack taking place on our country again. We have taken the fight to the terrorists – as the president said — in Iraq, in Afghanistan, in any number of countries around the world, sometimes directly, sometimes in support of our friends and allies, working by, with and through our partners around the world.” This according to Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell.

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“Bush administration warned 9/11 Commission against probing too deeply”: Leftard’s Go Over The Edge Again

Posted by Larry Barnes on March 18, 2010

“Senior Bush administration officials sternly cautioned the 9/11 Commission against probing too deeply into the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, according to a document recently obtained by the ACLU.”
Moral Outrage @ Word Press

When some people attempt to make history they some how come to the conclusion that repeating forgotten history will do just fine. As History Commons proves the Internet will reveal their folly. Unfortunately the only people who care about this old story don’t care about the most pervasive aspect of the story. That is, the recent release of years old documents can generate a story in the leftard press by the simple act of being tight lipped on the details and meaning of the story.

I am sure the people who want to argue my point are unaware of the ability of the Internet to search for items of interest. This being the case I have transcribed the details of the story here and provided links that may be followed to prove I actually researched this subject

Summer 2003: 9/11 Commission Unhappy with Information Coming from Detainees

The 9/11 Commission becomes unhappy with the quality of information being provided by the CIA, FBI, and Pentagon about detainees in US custody who are being interrogated, because “the government’s investigators [are] not asking the detainees the kinds of questions [it wants] answered” – they
are asking about future threats rather than the history of the 9/11 plot. The Commission is receiving detainee evidence “third-hand – passed from the detainee, to the interrogator, to the person who writes up the interrogation report, and finally to [its] staff in the form of reports, not even transcripts.” It can take up to six weeks for a report on an interrogation to be produced. Due to the absence of any interaction between Commission staff and detainees, they also have “no way of evaluating the credibility of detainee information.” [Kean and Hamilton, 2006, pp. 119-123] In at least one case, it seem possible that the 9/11 Commission was not given all the information from CIA interrogations that it needed.

Counterterrorism expert Rohan Gunaratna will later independently view some interrogation transcripts, and from them he will claim that Khalid Shaikh Mohammed (KSM) confessed to attending a pivotal al-Qaeda summit in Malaysia where the 9/11 plot was discussed (see January 5-8, 2000). The CIA was in charge of monitoring this meeting, so their failure to notice the presence of KSM, a photographed and well-known terrorist mastermind with a $2 million bounty on his head at the time, would have been nearly inexplicable (see July 9, 2003). The Commission subsequently requests direct access to the detainees, but this request is not granted (see November 5, 2003-January 2004).

November 5, 2003-January 2004: 9/11 Commission’s Attempt to Get Access to Detainees Fails

After the 9/11 Commission becomes unhappy with the information it is getting from detainees in US custody who may know something about the 9/11 plot (see Summer 2003), it asks CIA Director George Tenet to let it either talk to the detainees itself, or at least view interrogations through a one-way mirror. [Kean and Hamilton, 2006, pp. 119-126]
Reasoning – Dieter Snell, the head of the Commission’s plot team and a former prosecutor, is extremely keen that the detainees, such as Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and Ramzi bin al-Shibh, be interviewed. According to author Philip Shenon, he is aware that “testimony from key witnesses like the al-Qaeda detainees would have value only if they were questioned in person, with investigators given the chance to test their credibility with follow-up questions. The face-to-face interrogations would be especially important in situations in which the al-Qaeda members were giving conflicting testimony.” [Shenon, 2008, pp. 182]
Request Denied – However, Tenet denies the request because he does not want the Commission to know where the detainees are, and he claims questioning by a Commission staffer could apparently damage the “relationship” between interrogator and detainee and “upset the flow of questioning.” In addition, Tenet is worried that if the Commission has access to the detainees, Zacarias Moussaoui might also be able to compel them to testify in court, so he rejects compromise proposals.
Pushback – The Commission decides “to push the issue” and drafts a letter outlining why they should have direct access. Although the draft is seen by Tenet and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, it is never officially sent. At a White House meeting attended by Rumsfeld and commissioners Lee Hamilton and Fred Fielding, Tenet and Attorney General Alberto Gonzales repeat the arguments Tenet made previously, but Tenet says the Commission can submit written questions, and a CIA “project manager” will try to get them answered. After the administration “plead[s]” with the Commission not to use public pressure to get access to detainees, the Commission decides to drop the matter. Relatives and Media Blamed – Hamilton and Commission Chairman Thomas Kean will later partially blame the victims’ relatives and media for this failure: “Interestingly, there was no pressure from some of the usual sources for us to push for access. For instance, the 9/11 families never pressed us to seek access to detainees, and the media was never engaged on this issue.” Kean and Hamilton will later say that the “project manager” arrangement works “to a degree.”
Report Includes Disclaimer – However, a disclaimer will be inserted into the 9/11 Commission Report in the first of two chapters that draw heavily on detainees’ alleged statements (see After January 2004). It will say that the Commission could not fully judge the credibility of detainee information, so, according to Kean and Hamilton, “it [is] left to the reader to consider the credibility of the source—we had no opportunity to do so.” [Kean and Hamilton, 2006, pp. 119-126]
Criticism from Staffer – Commission staffer Ernest May will later criticize the Commission’s “reluctance ever to challenge the CIA’s walling off al-Qaeda detainees.” May will also say: “We never had full confidence in the interrogation reports as historical sources. Often we found more reliable the testimony that had been given in open court by those prosecuted for the East African embassy bombings and other crimes.” [New
Republic, 5/23/2005] CIA videotapes and transcripts of interrogations are not provided to the Commission (see Summer 2003-January 2004).

“Without Precedent: The Inside Story of the 9/11 Commission”

Authors: Thomas H. Kean and Lee H. Hamilton

Book Review From Publishers Weekly:

A re-creation of the inner workings of a government commission threatens to be a dry bureaucratic procedural, but the 9/11 Commission was so politically fraught that its story is compelling in its own right. Chairman Kean and vice-chair Hamilton detail the commission’s fight with Congress for more money and time; its wranglings with the Bush administration to win access to witnesses and classified documents; its delicate relations with victims’ families, who were its harshest critics and staunchest champions; its strategic use of public censure to wring concessions from recalcitrant officials; and the forging of a bipartisan consensus among fractious Republican and Democratic commissioners. Their tone is evenhanded and diplomatic, but some adversaries—NORAD, the FAA, House Republicans—get singled out as stumbling blocks to the investigation. The authors cogently defend the compromises they made and swat conspiracy theories about coverups, but critics unhappy with the commission’s refusal to “point fingers” or its lukewarm resistance to White House claims of executive privilege may not be satisfied. The issues the commission wrestled with—official incapacity to prevent disaster, the government’s use and misuse of intelligence, presidential accountability—are still in the headlines, which makes this lucid, absorbing account of its work very timely.

The commission report was written by the people who wrote the above book and were the recipients of the memo in question. Below is their statement at the close of the commission.

“(W)e believe we have fulfilled our mandate.”

A considerable difference as opposed to “warned against probing too deep”.

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Pentagon to Release Photos From Detainee Custody Investigations

Posted by Larry Barnes on April 24, 2009

Pentagon to Release Photos From Detainee Custody Investigations
By Gerry J. Gilmore
American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON, April 24, 2009 – The Defense Department soon will release a substantial number of photos associated with concluded past investigations of alleged abuse of detainees, a senior official said here today.

The photos were used as part of internal military investigations conducted in Iraq and Afghanistan, not including the photos used during allegations of detainee abuse at the Abu Ghraib detention facility in Iraq, Pentagon spokesman Bryan Whitman told reporters.

The pending late-May release of the photos comes from an agreement reached between the American Civil Liberties Union, the Justice Department and the Defense Department, Whitman said. The ACLU had sued the U.S. government for release of the photos.

A Justice Department letter filed yesterday in a New York District Court stated that the Defense Department would furnish 21 photographs ordered for release by the court and 23 other images involved in the lawsuit.

Additionally, the Justice Department letter stated, the Defense Department also will release “a substantial number of other images” contained in Army Criminal Investigation Division reports that have been closed. The Defense Department is to furnish all cited images by May 28, the letter said.

A number of the images being released in May were part of more than 60 investigations conducted by the U.S. military between 2003 and January 2006, Whitman said.

Since 2003, more than 400 military members charged with detainee abuse were found to be guilty of some form of misconduct, Whitman said. Punishment, he noted, ranged from imprisonment to bad-conduct discharges, reduction in rank and other types of punitive actions.

Defense Department policy always has advocated humane treatment of detainees, Whitman pointed out.

“We have, obviously, over time, found instances where performance has not matched policy,” Whitman said. “And when the performance hasn’t matched the policy, we’ve held people accountable for their actions.”

“There are a number of [lawsuits] that we’re dealing with for detainee photographs and so on,” Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said to reporters yesterday during his visit to Camp Lejeune, N.C. “There’s a certain inevitability, I believe, that much of this will eventually come out; much has already come out.”

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U.S., Afghan Forces Kill Eight, Detain Five

Posted by Larry Barnes on April 17, 2009

American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON, April 17, 2009 – Coalition and Afghan forces killed eight militants and detained five in recent operations throughout Afghanistan, U.S. military officials reported.

In operations today:

— Afghan soldiers, assisted by coalition forces, killed two militants in Farah province’s Khaki Safed district. The combined patrol came under machine-gun, small-arms and rocket-propelled grenade fire from five to seven militants. Shortly thereafter, 20 to 30 fighters joined in from established firing positions. The Afghan and coalition forces pursued the militants on foot. Most abandoned their fighting positions, but two were killed and several others were wounded as the combined elements cleared the area.

— In Kandahar province’s Maywand district, U.S. and Afghan troops killed six enemy fighters and detained one in an operation targeting an alleged mid-level terrorist responsible for orchestrating attacks on U.S. forces. Afghan troops killed five of the insurgents in a field near the compound where the suspect was believed to be. The other insurgent was killed inside the complex after taking up arms and refusing to surrender. About 5 and a half pounds of opium was found and destroyed at the compound.

— In Nangarhar province, Afghan army commandos detained a suspected insurgent after receiving a tip from local villagers that the suspect was coordinating terrorist activities from his home.

— In Logar province’s Baraki Barak district, U.S. and Afghan troops detained a suspected insurgent believed to be responsible for acquiring and developing bomb-making material for use against local residents and security forces.

In Paktya province’s Zormat district yesterday, Afghan commandos detained three suspected insurgents during a search of an alleged insurgent leader’s home. The suspects and their alleged leader are believed to be involved in mortar and small-arms attacks against Afghan and U.S. forces.

No Afghan or U.S. casualties were reported from these operations.

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International Effort Benefits Afghanistan’s Alasay Valley

Posted by Larry Barnes on April 17, 2009

By French Army Maj. Patrick Simo

An Afghan soldier distributes information to local children in a village of Afghanistan's Alasay Valley. A joint effort by the Afghan, French and U.S. militaries conducted a medical operation in the valley April 5 and 6, 2009, providing care to more than 600 Afghans from local villages. French Army photo by Maj. Patrick Simo

An Afghan soldier distributes information to local children in a village of Afghanistan's Alasay Valley. A joint effort by the Afghan, French and U.S. militaries conducted a medical operation in the valley April 5 and 6, 2009, providing care to more than 600 Afghans from local villages. French Army photo by Maj. Patrick Simo

Special to American Forces Press Service

ALASAY VALLEY, Afghanistan, April 17, 2009 – The Afghan, French and American militaries conducted a medical operation here April 5 and 6, providing care to more than 600 Afghans from local villages.

A joint civilian-military cooperation and provincial reconstruction team also met with students and teachers from two schools in the village to determine the community’s needs. The teams distributed more than 500 school kits in Sultankhel, an area known for attacks on coalition troops.

Meanwhile, Afghan and U.S. servicemembers patrolled the bazaar and met with local vendors.

“The patrols with the French were fantastic,” U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Todd Davis said. “Once we entered the bazaar, the French moved very slow and tactically, clearing alleyways and shops one by one.”

Following the community outreach, the teams held several community council meetings with local leaders in the Spee and Skan valleys to review the security situation in the eastern district.

The second-in-command of the Afghan National Army’s 1st Kandak brigade and the head of the Afghan National Police met with the chief American embedded training team and a representative of French Task Force Tiger, discussing security concerns for more than six hours.

“There is a real desire to move forward and unite around the sub-governor in order to extend this quiet situation to the valley bottoms,” one of the local elders from Alasay said.

The key to this mission was to talk, share and find solutions to solidify the still-fragile relationships in the valley, following a major offensive operation in March involving two companies of Task Force Tiger and two companies from the ANA’s 1st Kandak.

Since December, the Kapisa combined tactical group increased security in its area of operations. The daily presence of Afghan and French soldiers in the valleys is particularly effective, Task Force Tiger leaders said.

“In this kind of counter-insurgency war, the people are truly the center of gravity of our operations,” said Col. Nicolas Le Nen, French commander. “We are able to simultaneously conduct kinetic actions and support operations to the inhabitants of the valleys. Winning of the hearts and minds is crucial if we are to improve security, governance and development of the province.”

(Maj. Patrick Simo of the French army serves with the Task Force Tiger public affairs office.)

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One Killed, 12 Detained in Afghanistan Operations

Posted by Larry Barnes on March 31, 2009

American Forces Press Service

KABUL, March 31, 2009 – Afghan and coalition forces killed one person and detained four known militants and eight suspected militants during pre-dawn operations in Afghanistan’s Khowst province today.

In the Besmil district, a combined assault force targeted a compound housing a militant with the Islamic Jihad Union, a group known to traffic foreign fighters through the Khowst-Gardez pass.

When the assault force arrived at the targeted compound, they called for occupants to peacefully exit. Twelve men and 14 children followed the forces’ directives and left the building. One person did not comply, and Afghan and coalition forces again instructed him to come out. When he proceeded toward the force, he appeared to quickly reach for something, and his sudden movement was perceived as hostile. The force killed him with small-arms fire.

Following the incident, forces uncovered identification documents that revealed the noncompliant male was 15 years old. The elder on the compound confirmed his identity and accepted money from the force to pay for his funeral.

“We are saddened an Afghan youth was killed during this operation and regret he did not comply with Afghan and coalition forces’ directives,” said Army Lt. Col. Rick Helmer, U.S. Forces Afghanistan spokesman. “However, we remain steadfast in our commitment to working with Afghan partner forces to root out militants who seek to destabilize Afghanistan and prevent regional peace and prosperity.”

The targeted militant and three suspects were detained without further incident.

In separate operations in Khowst’s Sabari district, Afghan and coalition forces conducted operations to disrupt Haqqani network bomb-making cells. Three known militants and five suspects were detained with no shots fired. A search of one compound revealed blasting caps, a loaded machine gun and grenades, which were subsequently destroyed a safe distance from the compound. Fourteen women and 45 children were protected.

(From a U.S. Forces Afghanistan news release.)

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Iran Demands An Apology

Posted by Larry Barnes on January 30, 2009

It is appropriate that as a representative of the democrat party and a communist that Obama apologize to the Iranian people. The failures of the democrat Carter led to the years of terror and suffering endured by the people of Iran. Compounding this problem Obama’s communist cohorts in the fifty’s threatened to seize the county and turn over their oil riches to the USSR’s evil ends and provide the expansionist nation a warm water port in the I.O.

Representing a government that has murdered and repressed its people, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ranged into delirium with a list of “I’m rubber, your glue” accusations. “Those who speak of change must apologize to the Iranian people and try to repair their past crimes,” he said.

The US has constantly expressed concern for the Iranian people as opposed to “stood against” them as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said during an address in the western region of Khermenshah. President Obama’s offer to extend a hand if Iran “unclenched its fist”, met the response expected from a mad man.

President Barack Obama has discussed the possibility of a softening of US policy towards Iran and talks “with out preconditions” and has received his response.

Contrary to the Mad Man In A Dinner Jacket’s desire, “God willing, he [George W Bush] has gone to hell”, George Bush was last reported in Texas, not Tehran.

The Iranian president welcomed the possibility of US change, but said it should be “fundamental and effective” rather than just a change of tactics.

Our correspondent says we may see twists and turns out of Iran as its leaders work out whether Mr Obama is offering real change and what they may offer in return.

Ahmadinejad congratulated Mr Obama after his election but he was playing to the crowd ahead of Iran’s presidential election in June. His attack on US support for Israel and his blind eye toward his country’s murder of Allied forces in Afghanistan and Iraq, complete the picture of man in need of a lesson in American power.

Demonstrating a total disconnect, He called for US withdrawal from the world and for America to “stop interfering in other people’s affairs”. The usual demands made by megalomaniacs who desire to kill their own people and dominate their neighbors.

In the fashion of Neville Chamberlain, the new US ambassador to the UN, Susan Rice, said on Monday that she was looking forward to “vigorous diplomacy that includes direct diplomacy with Iran”. I am sure that she will receive from Tehran all the “signed” papers that any diplomat could choke down.

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Plague Strikes Al-Qaeda

Posted by Larry Barnes on January 24, 2009

With the reported death of al-Qaeda terrorists in their Algerian training camp from the bubonic plague, the world takes a trip into the surreal. Four days since the story broke, and not a mention can be found in the Marxist, Stalinist Media (MSM). The alternative media has been treating the event with the deference, and some glee, that it deserves.

The possibility that group mistakenly released germ warfare agents upon themselves exists. Failure to confirm this as fact, or disprove it, will fall upon the Obama administration. The killer bug could be a natural occurrence, or a precursor to terror attacks. The Obama administration has not proven it is not willing to face the truth in the war on terror.

The impetus to assess whether our nation is prepared for a bio terrorist attack will fall upon our intelligence services. The democrats have demonstrated a pattern of ignoring the real world and avoiding actions that would degrade their polls.

The bio terrorism threat posed by al-Qaeda and it’s Algerian cohorts is credible and not a surprise for American experts. A declared intention to attack America should make these people prime targets for observation and elimination. al-Qaeda in the land of the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), is the largest al-Qaeda group outside of the Middle East, and they have maintained a close relationship with active terrorist groups.

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