Daily Archives: September 15, 2006

Alex Jones, Protesters Confront CFR Globalists

Members of shadow government publicly swore to exploit 9/11, destroy American sovereignty
Alex Jones concluded his protest and education activism in ground zero yesterday by leading a demonstration against the Council on Foreign Relations, a steering committee of the global elite, the first such major public confrontation of the real shadow government. Outside Pratt House, the nesting den of the New World Order, Jones and fellow truth activists assailed the globalists with the reality of their criminal operations – ignoring the puppets and going right to the source of the headquarters of evil. The 9/11 truth protesters had previously made their presence known at ground zero on the fifth anniversary of the attacks. Watch the video below.


911 2006 Truth Rally at the CFR Headquarters


‘Cannibal’ killer to appeal sentence

AN abattoir worker jailed for life for killing her de facto husband whose flesh she served up to his children for dinner, will find out tomorrow if an appeal against her sentence has been successful.
Katherine Mary Knight, 48, was given a life sentence in 2001 for murdering John Price in their home in Aberdeen, in the NSW Hunter Valley, on February 29, 2000. Knight stabbed 44-year-old Mr Price 37 times with a butcher’s knife before using skills she learnt at the abattoir to skin him and hang his hide from a meat hook in their lounge room. She then decapitated him and put his head in a pot on the stove, baked flesh from his buttocks and cooked vegetables and gravy as side dishes. Police found the macabre dinner before his adult children arrived home.
Knight, who became the first woman in Australia’s history to be sentenced to life in prison, appealed against the severity of her sentence in the NSW Court of Criminal Appeal.


Killer’s blog hailed Columbine video game

A MAN with a black trench coat whose shooting rampage in a Montreal college killed one person and wounded 19 others before he was shot dead by police said on a blog in his name that he liked to play a role-playing internet game about the Columbine high school shootings.
The gunman who opened fire at Dawson College on Wednesday was Kimveer Gill, aged 25, of Laval, near Montreal, a police official said yesterday on condition of anonymity because authorities were not ready to announce it publicly yet. He also said police had searched Gill’s home.


Dubai governor, sheikhs sued for enslaving 30,000 children

Daily News & Analysis |  Sep 14, 2006   

A lawsuit was filed in an US district court alleging that the governor of Dubai and his son enslaved some 30,000 children over the past three decades for use as camel jockeys, the US attorneys announced.

The 56-page suit, which bases its case on international laws banning slavery and the use of child labour, names Dubai governor and United Arab Emirates vice president Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum and his son, Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, as well as others.

They are charged with the alleged abduction and human trafficking of thousands of young boys from places like Bangladesh, Sudan and southern Asia, according to a release by the South Carolina-based law firm Motley Rice LLC.

“Once abducted, the children were allegedly sold into slavery to serve as camel jockeys for the entertainment of the Arabian elite,” the statement read.

According to the complaint boys as young as two years old have been stolen from their families, trafficked across international borders, and kept in brutal camel-racing camps throughout the United Arab Emirates, forced to train camels and perform as jockeys.

The suit alleges that despite the enactment of legal weight and age limits, child jockeys weighing less than 20 kilos have become the standard in races.

Because of the extreme danger involved in camel racing, Arab sheikhs have not used their own children for training or riding, and instead have resorted to this alleged child enslavement.

The suit also claims some of the boys were sexually abused, injected with hormones to prevent them from growing and starved to be kept light.

You were not a dictator: Chief judge tells Saddam

The chief judge over Saddam’s trial is a “former” member of his Baath party dictatorship. Prosecutors have demanded that he step down for favouring the defendants. Think about it. What the hell is this man doing presiding over Saddam’s trial in the first place?


saddams_puppet_judge “I wonder why this man (the witness) wanted to meet with me, if I am a dictator?” Saddam asked.
The judge interrupted, “You were not a dictator. People around you made you (look like) a dictator.”
“Thank you,” Saddam responded, bowing his head in respect.
A Shiite Muslim with 25 years experience, al-Amiri was a member of Saddam’s Baath party and served as a judge in a criminal court under the former leader’s regime.

He heads the five-judge panel that will decide the fate of Saddam, a Sunni Muslim.


Judge Abdullah al-Amiri was thanked by a visibly surprised Saddam Hussein
You were not a dictator, judge tells Saddam
The chief judge of the court trying Saddam Hussein for genocide was facing mounting pressure to resign yesterday after he told the ousted Iraqi leader that “you were not a dictator”. The unprompted outburst came just a day after Judge Abdullah al-Amiri had ignored prosecution demands to step down for allegedly favouring the defendants.


US outraged as Pakistan frees Taliban fighters

Pakistan’s credibility as a leading ally in the war on terrorism was called into question last night when it emerged that President Pervez Musharraf’s government had authorised the release from jail of thousands of Taliban fighters caught fighting coalition forces in Afghanistan.

Five years after American-led coalition forces overthrew the Taliban during Operation Enduring Freedom, United States officials have been horrified to discover that thousands of foreign fighters detained by Pakistan after fleeing the battleground in Afghanistan have been quietly released and allowed to return to their home countries.
Pakistani lawyers acting for the militants claim they have freed 2,500 foreigners who were originally held on suspicion of having links to al-Qa’eda or the Taliban over the past four years.


Double-take of the Day: Bush backs Pakistan-Taliban Deal

We won’t deal with terrorists…but we will endorse people that will

Let me be the first to say “what the hell?”
As was reported here on SayAnything last Tuesday Pakistan has made a deal with the Taliban, now this:
Bush backs Pak-Taliban deal
US president Bush on Thursday cautiously endorsed a truce between Gen Musharraf and pro-Taliban militants in Pakistan even as terrorist violence soared in Afghanistan and Al Qaida sent a sharp reminder of 9/11 with a video message ahead of the anniversary. Bush said in an interview that he did not think the controversial amnesty deal between the Pakistani military and pro-Taliban elements in Waziristan gave a safe haven to terrorists, but added “we are watching this very carefully, obviously”. “I don’t read it that way” Bush said when asked about the truce, which many analysts are reading as a retreat by Musharraf’s army and ceding of both territory and responsibility by Pakistan. “What he is doing is entering agreements with governors in the regions of the country, in the hopes that there would be an economic vitality, there will be alternatives to violence and terror.”  However, critics are charging that the agreement is not with governors or elected representatives, but with an armed militia, and that the terms of the deal amount to a virtual surrender of sovereignty by Pakistan. Under the terms of the deal, Pakistani forces will not only withdraw from the region, but also return arms seized from militants, pay reparations, and have no say in militants coming and going from the area into Afghanistan.  The deal has been greeted with concern and scepticism in Afghanistan and even within Pakistan. So let’s get this straight, we won’t deal with terrorists…but we will endorse people that will?


Taliban more dangerous now than al Qaeda: Musharraf

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf warned the West on Tuesday that Taliban insurgents were a more dangerous terrorist force than al Qaeda because of the broad support they have in Afghanistan.
Five years after the 9/11 attacks on the United States masterminded by al Qaeda and the subsequent U.S. invasion of Afghanistan to topple the Taliban, Musharraf said Taliban fighters had regrouped in southern Afghanistan. “The center of gravity of terrorism has shifted from al Qaeda to the Taliban,” he told EU lawmakers who quizzed Musharraf on Pakistan’s counter-terrorism efforts. “This is a new element, a more dangerous element, because it (the Taliban) has its roots in the people. Al Qaeda didn’t have roots in the people,” he said.
Musharraf said he was certain that the Taliban fighters were being commanded by former Taliban ruler Mullah Omar from a base in southern Afghanistan, where NATO troops are struggling to contain an insurgency.


Evangelical lobby in US backs film on global warming

A powerful alliance of Evangelical Christians and other religious groups is challenging traditional views of environmental activism by promoting a documentary about global warming in churches across America.
The group aims to convince congregations of all denominations that damage to the environment is a moral and spiritual rather than political issue that requires urgent action at every level. The Great Warming, a Canadian production narrated by Keanu Reeves and Alanis Morissette, is being pitched in particular at the powerful conservative Christian constituency, which was credited with helping to re-elect President George W Bush in 2004.