“I Came Over The Bridge With Them”, Taxi Cab Driver Admits Involvement In 9/11 Black Op? ** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED



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Abu Ghraib Torture Soldiers Say “We Were Following Orders”

See Washington Post article

“Karpinski on Abu Ghraib: We were following orders
By David Edwards

President Obama says the Attorney General can review the actions of Bush officials who OKed waterboarding, reports Bill Plante. Harry Smith talks to Janis Karpinski who oversaw Iraqi prisons in 2003.

The Associated Press reported:

An Army Reserve colonel demoted from brigadier general because of prisoner abuses at the Abu Ghraib facility in Iraq said Wednesday the Senate report supports her contention that uniformed military people were made scapegoats for Bush administration policies.

Col. Janis Karpinski said that from the beginning, Ive been saying these soldiers did not design these techniques on their own.

Karpinski said she felt vindicated and said she thought it had taken far too long for the information about the history of the interrogation policy to surface publicly.

This video is from CBS The Early Show, broadcast Apr. 22, 2009. “

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The Third Jihad

“30-Minute Version of the New Documentary Film. The Third Jihad exposes the war the media is not telling you about. It reveals the enemy our government is too afraid to name. One person who is not afraid to tell you the truth is Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, a Muslim American and former physician to the US Congress. After the FBI releases a radical Islamist manifesto describing how to destroy America from within, Dr. Jasser decides to investigate. The Third Jihad is about what he discovered. Interviews are conducted with radical Islamists in the US and the leaders trying to stop them, such as Rudy Giuliani, Clinton CIA Director Jim Woolsey, NYC Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, Senator Joe Lieberman, former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge, and former terrorist group member Tawfik Hamid.”

Filed under: Journalism, Middle East, Military, North America, UK, World Affairs,

Iran (Is Not The Problem), Vancouver International Antiwar Film Festival


IRAN (is not the problem) is a feature length film responding to the failure of the American mass media to provide the public with relevant and accurate information about the standoff between the US and Iran, as happened before with the lead up to the invasion of Iraq.

Filed under: Film, Humanity, Israel, Journalism, Media, Middle East, Military, North America, Politics, World Affairs,

Fallujah – The Hidden Massacre

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Inside Hamas, UK Channel 4 Documentary

Aired: February 10, 2008 on Channel 4 Hamas, the ‘Islamic Resistance Movement’, is now 20 years old. Seen by the EU and US as a ‘terrorist organization,’ it won internationally recognized elections to rule the Palestinian Authority in January 2006. The newly elected government was not recognized by most of the world and a financial and trade embargo by Israel and the international community followed, starving the Hamas government of any funding and the governmental legitimacy it craved.

Some say Hamas was set up by Israeli intelligence. The likelihood is that Israeli intelligence have penetrated its ranks, just as the British MI6 did the IRA: and to some considerable extent. As we all know, one man’s terrorist is another’s freedom fighter.

Filed under: Israel, Journalism, Middle East, Military, Palestine, Politics, , ,

Grass (1925), Bakhtiari Tribe Annual Migration Seeking Fresh Grazing For Livestock

“1925! . That is right! 1925 documentary about the bakhtiari tribe regular annular migration (Yeylaagh & Gheshlaagh) accross Zardkoh to reach fresh grass for their animals. This is an awsome documentary showing their challanges as they tried to pass Karun and all other difficulties of the routine chores “

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Ahmedinejad’s Christmas Message

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The Girl Who Silenced The World For Five Minutes

The cynic in me says “your Dad wrote that” but her delivery is fiesty, heartfelt and coherent. And… well. She’s right. Isn’t she.

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Iraqi Journalist Throws Shoes At Bush Shouting, “This is the farewell kiss you dog….this is from the widows, the orphans and those who were killed in Iraq.”

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