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    what you always wanted to know

    this is what you always wanted to know but you were just afraid to read this information. this lets the true stories be know. i am adding that this is very long you will now know what is going on since these are the masterminds and the future will be determind by them. brace yourself for the "elites" to take over your world. http://www.bilderberg.org

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    I just clicked on the link you provided (by the way, thanx!) and saw something of interest right off the bat:

    Signs of the End Times - Timothy R Phillips

    People living as if God didn't exist Genesis 6:1; Luke 17:26
    Vacuum in world leadership Psalm 2:1-3; Revelation 13:4-9
    Explosion of knowledge and freedom of travel Daniel 12:4
    Wars and rumours of wars Mark 13:7; Matthew 24:6
    Widespread acceptance of immoral behaviour Luke 17:26-30; 2 Peter 2:1-8
    Human leader declares himself to be a god 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4
    Increased demonic activity 1 Timothy 4:1-3
    Widespread abandonment of the Christian faith 1 Timothy 4:1; 2 Timothy 4:3-4
    Evidence of breakdown in families 2 Timothy 3:1-3
    Spirit of selfishness and materialism 2 Timothy 3:1-2
    General disrespect for others 2 Timothy 3:2-4
    People ridiculing God's word 2 Peter 3:2-4; Jude 17-18
    Significant shifts in political power and influence Revelation 13:3-7

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    The "powers that be" have been working on their plan for the NWO for quite a while now- they are over half way there- and we ain't going to like what's in store for the masses...detention camps and people being put there for any "infraction."

    Back to checking out the jist of that site.

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    Re: what you always wanted to know

    boone thanks, this is a very informative site. everyone should read this and know that Al Qaeda is not a terror network and the man who exposed the "truth" this former "british foreign sec. robin cook told the house of commons that "al qaeda" is not really a terroist group but a " data base of international mujaheddin and arms smugglers - used by cia and saudis to funnel guerrillas arms and money into "soviet" occupied "afghanistan. courtesy of world affairs. a "journal based in n.delhi, wmr can bring you important excerpt from an "apr-jne 2004" article by "pierre-henry just read this shocking news that will open up many " blind people" who are members of this forum.

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    al qaeda is not a terror network

    that dang good for nothing bush administration has soaked your brains in "gin tonic" people are so gullible as to believe what comes out of that adminstration it is a shame. what was that story about they are "missing" trillions of dollars? well, mordy! the bilderbergs has taken it, i was reading about that online and rumsfeld was laughing about it you just do NOT laugh about TRILLIONS of dollars missing! going back to al qaeda is not a terrorist group. you can read about it here, at this site http://www.waynemadsenreport.com this is from the site most people do not want to read about ? http://www.bilderberg.org them there is called the "elite" the 1,000 who want to bring in the new world order. they are going to win and we are going to lose. we have lost that bush lied about iraq and they never listened to the u.n. but al q is a man made lie again. one lie after the next and so many believe all their lies. what will be the next lie, oh, about how the fbi framed the 7 men in "miami" the yellow alert will be up forever because "war on terror" is a money maker for the defense contrators on and on and on and onnnnnnnn

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    Re: al qaeda is not a terror network

    geez, if you want a perfect example of why people need to be licensed to use the net, you have galaxy right here.

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    Re: al qaeda is not a terror network

    Quote Originally Posted by Wizywyg
    geez, if you want a perfect example of why people need to be licensed to use the net, you have galaxy right here.
    These scenarios are hardly far fetched. Every enemy of the US for decades has been in the loop, employed by western Intel services. Noriega, Saddam, all the way back to Lee Harvey Oswald , this MO has been repeated.
    The accusation that al qaeda is not a terror network is not new. Osama Bin Laden himself is a creation of US intelligence who was later passed off to the Brits.

    Why the Real Name Is
    `Osama Bin London'
    http://www.larouchepub.com/other/200...in-london.html
    Last edited by Phinnly Slash Buster; 06-26-2006 at 01:19 AM.

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    Re: al qaeda is not a terror network

    Quote Originally Posted by Wizywyg
    geez, if you want a perfect example of why people need to be licensed to use the net, you have galaxy right here.
    :eek: wiz you ok?
    Uhhh, you better hope it doesn't consist of a lie detector test wizzie, cause we all know you'd flunk out... :cool:

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    Re: what you always wanted to know

    "secrets of bilderbergs, they are shrewd and calculation, they despise christians, they control the world's press, virutally all the banks, and financial institutions, they screen and chose who will be the "american leaders" , decides who runs for presidents. their own is "world government" read to find more about them. http://www.prisonplanet.com/secrets_...ilderberg.html

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    "bilderbergs" they want 85 percent of world's population to decrease. they talk about who were at their meeting up in 'canada' just a short while ago, there people attended and talked about the "future" wow it was David Rockerfeller, Hillary Clinton, George Patiki, he is the governor of New York State, President of federal reserve bank Henry Kissinger, the queen Beatrice of Netherlands. well, well, well you can http://www.bilderberg.org/2006/htm they going to decide our "future" they is scary people!

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    Re: what you always wanted to know

    this is about "fact sheet pertaining to the government operations, how things have beeing getting worse in the last 20 years, which sounds like they are following their leaders :the bilderbergs: http://ksuweb.kennesaw.edu/~bneuby/FactsFirst.htm "Fact Sheet Pertaining To Government Operations.

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    Re: al qaeda is not a terror network

    Quote Originally Posted by Wizywyg
    geez, if you want a perfect example of why people need to be licensed to use the net, you have galaxy right here.
    Lol. I like that.

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    Re: al qaeda is not a terror network

    Quote Originally Posted by galaxy
    that dang good for nothing bush administration has soaked your brains in "gin tonic" people are so gullible as to believe what comes out of that adminstration it is a shame. what was that story about they are "missing" trillions of dollars? well, mordy! the bilderbergs has taken it, i was reading about that online and rumsfeld was laughing about it you just do NOT laugh about TRILLIONS of dollars missing! going back to al qaeda is not a terrorist group. you can read about it here, at this site http://www.waynemadsenreport.com this is from the site most people do not want to read about ? http://www.bilderberg.org them there is called the "elite" the 1,000 who want to bring in the new world order. they are going to win and we are going to lose. we have lost that bush lied about iraq and they never listened to the u.n. but al q is a man made lie again. one lie after the next and so many believe all their lies. what will be the next lie, oh, about how the fbi framed the 7 men in "miami" the yellow alert will be up forever because "war on terror" is a money maker for the defense contrators on and on and on and onnnnnnnn
    just so ya know.....i like what ya said and find no problem in your points.even if it may(BOW DOWN) require translating for most of the LITERATE WORLD!?hehe!!

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    Re: al qaeda is not a terror network

    Gallexy: It's time for you to seek medical help. I wish you a full recovery from your hallucinations.

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    fake terror

    it's about time to get this up online here, fake terror by all these presidents. bush keeps lying and too many gullible people keep believing all his BS still. by the way, i just read that Bush has pledged that he will defend Israel , no matter what..... errr well he is paying them $21 billion dollars a year i think bush administration is being "blackmailed" by all the information i have been reading! this website is very formative about all the other presidents lies and bush's busy people lies. seems that the American president always have to have an "enemy" war is big business and the bs keeps going on to this day ah who is next what bs is next with the bush bush bs it is bs! http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/lieofthecentury.html

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    Re: fake terror

    really, you gotta stop referring to conspiracy websites as your proof.

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    Hi Wiz,

    I knew McKinley was not in favor of a war with Spain, but did not remember the specifics. Here's an interesting excerpt from Wikipedia on the Spanish-American War. Talk about a "media war"... WOW...

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    "By the late nineteenth century Spain was left with only a few scattered possessions in the Pacific, Africa, and the West Indies. Much of the empire had gained its independence and a number of the areas still under Spanish control were clamoring to do so. Guerrilla forces were operating in the Philippines (see Philippine revolution, Philippine revolts against Spain, and Juan Alonso Zayas), and had been present in Cuba since before the 1868-1878 Ten Years' War decades. The Spanish government did not have the financial resources or the personnel to deal with these revolts and resorted to forcibly emptying the countryside and the filling of the cities with concentration camps (in Cuba) to separate the rebels from their rural base of support. Many hundreds of thousands of Cubans died of starvation and disease in these circumstances, 200,000 alone in the more peaceful western Cuba [5]. The Spaniards also carried out many executions of suspected rebels and harshly treated suspected sympathizers. The war saw both Cuban rebels and Spanish troops burning and destroying infrastructure, crops, tools, livestock, and anything else that might aid the enemy. Nevertheless, by 1897 the rebels had mostly defeated the Spanish. They were firmly in control of the eastern countryside and the Spanish could only leave urban centers in columns of considerable strength.

    William Randolph Hearst's newspaper in New York documented the atrocities committed in Cuba. The civilian death toll was very high, and a real rebellion was being fought against Spanish rule[6]. Public opinion in Cuba favored American intervention. Joseph Pulitzer was also a key in publicizing the war in New York City. His newspapers, along with Hearst's, practiced yellow journalism in which atrocities in Cuba were exaggerated.

    Fueled by the reports of inhumanity of the Spanish, a majority of Americans became convinced that an "intervention" was becoming necessary. Hearst was famously (though probably erroneously) [7] quoted, in a response to a request by his illustrator Frederic Remington to return home from an uneventful and docile stay in Havana, as writing: "Please remain. You furnish the pictures and I'll furnish the war."

    Sinking of the USS Maine
    On February 15, 1898, an explosion sank the American battleship USS Maine in Havana harbor with a loss of 266 men. Evidence as to the cause of the explosion was inconclusive and contradictory. It might have been an accident, or a Spanish or Cuban mine. Although several newspapers practiced Yellow Journalism in their reporting, most remained cautious. Americans remained unsure of the cause; most blamed the Spanish for not controlling their harbor.

    There were, however, very real pressures pushing toward war within Cuba. Faced with defeat, a lack of money, and resources to continue fighting Spanish occupation, Cuban revolutionary and future president Tomás Estrada Palma, then Head of the Cuban Revolutionary Junta, offered $150 million dollars to purchase Cuba's independence, but Spain refused. He then deftly negotiated and propagandized his cause in the U.S. Congress.

    Humanitarian interests dominated American opinion. President McKinley and House Speaker Reed worked hard to calm the mood, as did many Republicans, but the pressure from Democrats across the country, steadily increased.

    Spain could not back down without creating a crisis at home. Spain was on the verge of civil war and surrender to American demands would be politically dangerous. Much more acceptable to the Spanish was fighting a war (even though they expected to lose). That way the albatross of Cuba could be shed without civil war at home. The U.S. government had considered purchase of Cuba over the years but had always decided against making an offer. No one thought Cuba could be assimilated into the American political system, even if its location was so close. Much of the island's export business and high technology was already in American hands, and most of Cuba's trade was with the U.S. Thus there was no economic need for acquisition of the island, and no major business interests proposed acquisition. Most businessmen opposed war and supported McKinley.

    Senator John M. Thurston of Nebraska: "War with Spain would increase the business and earnings of every American railroad, it would increase the output of every American factory, it would stimulate every branch of industry and domestic commerce."

    The United States Navy had recently grown considerably and been reorganized, but it was still untested, and Navy leaders hoped war would help it prove itself. To this end, the U.S. Navy drew up contingency plans for attacking the Spanish in the Philippines over a year before hostilities broke out.

    In Spain, the government was not entirely averse to war. The U.S. was an unproven power, while the Spanish Navy, however decrepit, had a glorious history, and it was thought it could be a match for the U.S. The DeLome Letter was an example of the doubts of Spain as to whether the U.S. was powerful enough to defeat them. There was also a widely held notion among Spain's aristocratic leaders that the United States' ethnically mixed army and navy could never survive under severe pressure.

    Declaration of war
    Wreckage of USS Maine, 1898U.S. President William McKinley was not inclined towards war, and had long held out against intervention, but the Maine explosion so forcefully shaped public opinion that he had to agree. Spanish minister Práxedes Mateo Sagasta did much to try to prevent this, including withdrawing the officials in Cuba against whom complaints had been made, and offering the Cubans autonomy. This was well short of full independence for Cuba, however, and would have done little to change the status quo.

    Thus, on April 11, McKinley went before Congress to ask for authority to send American troops to Cuba for the purpose of ending the civil war there. On April 19, Congress passed joint resolutions proclaiming Cuba "free and independent" and disclaiming any intentions in Cuba, demanded Spanish withdrawal, and authorized the President to use as much military force as he thought necessary to help Cuban patriots gain freedom from Spain. (This was adopted by Congress from Senator Henry Teller of Colorado as the Teller Amendment, which passed unanimously.) In response, Spain broke off diplomatic relations with the United States. On April 25, Congress declared that a state of war between the United States and Spain had existed since April 21st (Congress later passed a resolution backdating the declaration of war to April 20th)."


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    What I really found interesting was the notion that Spain figured to loose the war as a way to rid itself of Cuba without ignighting a civil war at home...

    This is, pretty much, an unknown war... it hasn't gotten a lot of 'historical play'. I think I'll read up on it more :)

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