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Conspicuous by its silence the CIA owned
 and influenced media did virtually no coverage of what may
be one of the decades biggest stories.
Only UPI issued any statement on the CIA's admission that following
WW II Hitler's top general in charge of espionage transferred his entire
 network of thousands of spies and double agents to what became the
newly-formed CIA.

What makes this much more than an interesting footnote to history is that the entire
domestic and foreign history of the CIA has been molded by these former Nazis whose
 ideas on Eugenics, race, social control, biowarfare and propaganda dominate the
policies of countless "think tanks" like the Rockefeller-funded Manhattan Institute
 and have influenced the U.S. government at its highest levels.

During the past five decades numerous isolated revelations about Nazis imported to
 America by the Dulles brothers, William Casey and others have broken through the
media blackout. Thesestories usually revolve around former concentration camp
guards who hid their identity when emigrating.
What makes this different is that General Ghelen was the #1 Nazi  in this program.
By acknowledging a CIA connection to Ghelen the entire can of  worms can now be
pried open.

The GREAT FREE PRESS
... who owns the corporate media. For starters, all ... they are directly influenced by former
high ... ABC has been owned since 1985 by ... director of the CIA, the infamous ...
www.igc.apc.org/enVISION/press.htm

All .txt from Lee #2  
1.)
".A buddy of mine who for decades served iwith high-level clearance
in the US military has written indignantly to ask the following."
                                ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
A Few Simple Questions
-- Why didn't the Secretary of Defense demand the Chairman's resignation
when we learned that the cluster bomb units were the same color as the
emergency rations?
  [ed.:  cluster bombs about the shape of a soda pop can; food pkgs
rectangular]
-- Why hasn't the idiot who pressured the Northern Alliance into staging
that  *fiasco*  of a military review been relieved?
-- Why doesn't someone tell W that the bombing generals with their "gravel
pit" missions have made the US a laughing stock in the lesser-developed
countries? -- Why have we insisted on fighting this "unconventional war"
 wearing the  same conventional blinders we wore in all of the wars of the
 last century? "



  #2 ) Who did it?
 Jane's Foreign Report presented an alternative view;
 This was published in mid-September,and I've just got
my mitts on it.
Lee#2
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                    19 September 2001

Israel's military intelligence service, Aman, suspects that Iraq is the
state that sponsored the suicide attacks on the New York Trade Center
 and the Pentagon in Washington. Directing the mission, Aman officers
believe, were two of the world's foremost terrorist masterminds: the Lebanese Imad
Mughniyeh, head of the special overseas operations for Hizbullah, and the
Egyptian Dr Ayman Al Zawahiri, senior member of Al-Qaeda and possible
successor of the ailing Osama Bin Laden.

The two men have not been seen for some time. Mughniyeh is probably
the world's most wanted outlaw. Unconfirmed reports in Beirut say he has
undergone plastic surgery and is unrecognisable. Zawahiri is thought to
be based in Egypt. He could be Bin Laden's chief representative outside
Afghanistan.

The Iraqis, who for several years paid smaller groups to do their dirty
work, were quick to discover the advantages of Al-Qaeda. The Israeli
sources claim that for the past two years Iraqi intelligence officers were
shuttling between Baghdad and Afghanistan, meeting with Ayman Al
 Zawahiri. According to the sources, one of the Iraqi intelligence officers,
Salah Suleiman, was captured last October by the Pakistanis near the
border with Afghanistan. The Iraqis are also reported to have established
strong ties with Imad Mughniyeh.

"We've only got scraps of information, not the full picture," admits one
intelligence source, "but it was good enough for us to send a warning six
weeks ago to our allies that an unprecedented massive terror attack was
expected. One of our indications suggested that Imad Mughniyeh met with
some of his dormant agents on secret trips to Germany. We believe that the
operational brains behind the New-York attack were Mughniyeh and Zawahiri,
who were probably financed and got some logistical support from the Iraqi
Intelligence Service (SSO)."

Mughniyeh was the only one believed to have tried it before. On April 12th
1997, he was reported to be only two hours away from achieving the highest
goal of any terrorist organisation (until last week): blowing up an Israeli
El-Al airliner above Tel Aviv. A man carrying a forged British passport with
the name Andrew Jonathan Neumann was in a Jerusalem hotel preparing a
bomb he was supposed to take on board an El-Al flight leaving Israel, when
it accidentally went off. Andrew Jonathan Neumann was very badly injured
but strong enough to reveal later to the Israelis that he was not British
but Lebanese, and that his operation was supposed to be a special "gift"  to
Israel from Imad Mughniyeh.

'A psychopath'

"Bin Laden is a schoolboy in comparison with Mughniyeh," says an Israeli
who knows Mughniyeh . "The guy is a genius, someone who refined the art
 of terrorism to its utmost level. We studied him and reached the conclusion
that he is a clinical psychopath motivated by uncontrollable psychological
reasons, which we have given up trying to understand. The killing of his
two brothers by the Americans only inflamed his strong motivation."

Experts on Iraq and Saddam Hussein also believe that Iraq was the state
behind the two terror masterminds. "In recent months, there was a change,
and Iraq decided to get into the terror business. On July 7th, they tried
for the first time to send a suicide bomber, trained in Baghdad, to blow up
Tel Aviv airport  (Foreign Report No. 2651)."

Our sources believe that it will be very difficult to get to the bottom of
this unprecedented terror operation. However, they believe the chief of the
Iraqi SSO is Qusai Hussein, the dictator's son, and his organisation is the
most likely to have been involved.

Mughniyeh, 48, is a "sick man", says an intelligence officer who was in
charge of his file. He is considered by Western intelligence agencies as
the most dangerous active terrorist today. He is wanted by several
governments and the Americans have put a $2m reward on his head.

[Detailed list of Mughniyeh operations removed for Non-Subscriber Extract]

It was the assassination of one man in March 1984 that is said to have made
Mughniyeh the CIA's most wanted terrorist. Mughniyeh allegedly kidnapped
the head of the CIA station in Beirut, William Buckley. The kidnapping
triggered what later became known as 'Irangate', when the Americans tried
to exchange Buckley (and others) with arms for Iran. However, the attempt
ended in a fiasco. By one unconfirmed account, Mughniyeh tortured and
killed Buckley with his own hands.

A year later, in a combined CIA / Mossad operation, a powerful car bomb
went off at the entrance to the house of Hizbullah's spiritual leader, Sheikh
Muhammad Hussein Fadlallah. Seventy-five people were killed. One of them
was his brother. Hunted by the CIA and the Mossad, Mughniyeh hid in Iran.

In February 1992, Israeli helicopter gunships attacked the convoy of the
then-head of Hizbullah, Sheikh Abas Musawi, in South Lebanon. Musawi,
his wife and children were killed and the revenge attack followed a month
later. According to press reports, Mughniyeh was called back into action
and, in a well-planned and devastating attack, his people blew up the
Israeli embassy in Argentina. The building was demolished and 92 were
killed. Only last year, after a long investigation, did Argentina issue a
warrant for Mughniyeh's arrest.

The reprisal for the attack in Argentina came in December 1994, when a car
bomb went off in a southern Shi'ite suburb of Beirut. Four people were killed.
One of them was called Mughniyeh, but to the deep disappointment of
those Israelis who planted the bomb it was the wrong one. Mughniyeh's life
was saved, but his other brother Fuad was killed. Mughniyeh waited for his
opportunity for revenge.

Our Israeli sources claim to see Mughniyeh's signature on the wreckage in
New York and Washington. How to counter this kind of terrorism? "To fight
these bastards you don't need a military attack," said an experienced
Israeli commando officer. "You only need to adopt Israel's assassination
policy."

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Lee #2     I appreciate your candor but I can't condone that policy.

That is a clone of Nazi Fascist Hitler's policy toward the Jews in Europe
 before WW2 "You only need to adopt Israel's assassination policy."
 I wonder if trial by hearsay is what you really want from America?  

I guess you can " Ask"  Fred Hamption, Zade Shacour and other victims
of Americas / "Israeli" Assignation Policy of the 60's CoIntelPro .

I suppose the "nicety" of the rule of law is reserved for the Arabs as
 " terrorist " thy are seen by CIA as  honorary whites.

Ah ! but Dead is dead assassination by American CIA  or Israeli Musad
dead  is dead blown to bits by a Sharone in a theater throughout cut in
your sleep Ice pick to the skull "Overdose of Drugs clipped by a sniper
Dosed by  clam shell toxin  DMSO paper cut whatever dead is dead
 murder assignation summery exaction dead is dead murder is murder political or other wise.

 Not to mention the Israeli so-called preemptive strikes in 1967 are
seeming equilivelants to the  Nazi Blitzkriegs & M. Bagan, A.Sharone,
 Dr.Ruth Westhimer are considered freedom fighters today, thanks to
 time Life and money .

 Will  Oil mony  buy  for the Arab terrorist  what guilt and shame of WW2
victam hood and Slavery have aparently created for Isrial  will some Arab terrorist ever be seen as freedom fighters as Bagan, A.Sharone, Dr.R.Westhimer are are today .

 I hope not, but things  ( perseptions become realities ) in social political memory things have a way of keeping true to the form that created them.
   It's all about the cognitive process and that is organic and evolving.

    Although I never make pridctions and generall despise the tendancy.

The tone of the times lend to the impression that a pridiction is warented
 so here is mine...   

  A Prediction : In 4 years Gorge "Rudy" Bush will evoke the war powers
 act and declare himself President for life.
Next
Will disappear
  35 million Africans a number equilivant to that totaling the entire current African American population will have slipped off the mortal coil due to no action on our part to aid them As WE were just to busy with our domestic illusion to even discuss it . 1935-1945 1970-2000 2001 -2007
    That's 6 million currently uninfected humans dying each year by omission
 ( Or Daniel Patrick Moynahans Benign Neglect  squared ) cover up of the extraordinary top heavy policy favoring Israel instead of those in greatest peril of death. ( ironic I suppose because it is the number of 6 million a fact that motivates and justifies all that Israel does and feel it must do.) not only do we do nothing to mitigate aids and poverty in Africa we are preparing  to
"exploit the post aids reality in Africa."

See if you can find a White paper with a title similar to
 "Exploiting the post aids reality in Africa."
               Ever ask your self why if there is a Japanese, German, British
stock exchange why not at least one in  Africa.
 Do you know what percent of all the worlds commodities' are virtually
 free as a result of western power over the Africans economies.

 ( the crippling political Mickey Finn of post colonial skull duggery )
  Ever eat an African chocolate bar or see any such finished goods.  
 The tide is changing UN-tether your boat if you want to float.

Try to not bark without biting ,
it is always better to bight without barking.



 Lee #2 This space is reserved for  Your response  Will post it anonymously as always

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  Both saviour and victim

  Black Hawk Down creates a new and dangerous
 myth of American nationhood  George Monbiot
 Guardian Tuesday January 29, 2002

  The more powerful a nation becomes, the more it asserts its
   victimhood.
 In contemporary British eyes, the greatest atrocities
  of the 18th and 19th centuries were those perpetrated on
  compatriots in the Black Hole of Calcutta or during the Indian
   mutiny and the siege of Khartoum.
The extreme manifestations of the white man's burden, these
events came to symbolise the barbarism and ingratitude of the
 savage races the British had sought to rescue from their darkness.

  Today the attack on New York is discussed as if it were the
  worst thing to have happened to any nation in recent times. Few
  would deny that it was a major atrocity, but we are required to
  offer the American people a unique and exclusive sympathy.

  Now that demand is being extended to earlier American losses.

  Black Hawk Down looks set to become one of the bestselling
  movies of all time. Like all the films the British-born director
  Ridley Scott has made, it is gripping, intense and beautifully
  shot. It is also a stunning misrepresentation of what happened
 in Somalia.

  In 1992 the United States walked into Somalia with good
  intentions. George Bush senior announced that America had
  come to do "God's work" in a nation devastated by clan warfare
  and famine. But, as Scott Peterson's firsthand account Me
  Against My Brother shows, the mission was doomed by
  intelligence failures, partisan deployments and, ultimately, the
  belief that you can bomb a nation into peace and prosperity.

   Before the US government handed over the administration of
  Somalia to the United Nations in 1993, it had already made
  several fundamental mistakes. It had backed the clan chiefs
  Mohamed Farah Aideed and Ali Mahdi against another warlord,
  shoring up their power just as it had started to collapse. It had
  failed to recognise that the competing clan chiefs were ready to
  accept large-scale disarmament, if it were carried out
  impartially. Far from resolving the conflict between the clans, the
  US accidentally enhanced it.

  After the handover, the UN's Pakistani peacekeepers tried to
  seize Aideed's radio station, which was broadcasting anti-UN
  propaganda. The raid was bungled, and 25 of the soldiers were
  killed by Aideed's supporters. A few days later, Pakistani troops
  fired on an unarmed crowd, killing women and children. The
  United Nations force, commanded by a US admiral, was drawn
  into a blood feud with Aideed's militia.

  As the feud escalated, US special forces were brought in to deal
  with the man now described by American intelligence as "the
  Hitler of Somalia". Aideed, who was certainly a ruthless and
  dangerous man but also just one of several clan leaders
  competing for power in the country, was blamed for all Somalia's
  troubles. The UN's peacekeeping mission had been transformed
  into a partisan war.

  The special forces, over-confident and hopelessly ill-informed,
  raided, in quick succession, the headquarters of the UN
  development programme, the charity World Concern and the
  offices of Midecins sans Frontieres. They managed to capture,
  among scores of innocent civilians and aid workers, the chief of
  the UN's police force. But farce was soon repeated as tragedy.
  When some of the most senior members of Aideed's clan
  gathered in a building in Mogadishu to discuss a peace
  agreement with the United Nations, the US forces, misinformed
  as ever, blew them up, killing 54 people. Thus they succeeded
  in making enemies of all the Somalis. The special forces were
  harried by gunmen from all sides. In return, US troops in the UN
  compound began firing missiles at residential areas.

  So the raid on one of Aideed's buildings on October 3 1993,
  which led to the destruction of two Black Hawk helicopters and
  the deaths of 18 American soldiers, was just another round of
  America's grudge match with the warlord. The troops who
  captured Aideed's officials were attacked by everyone: gunmen
  came even from the rival militias to avenge the deaths of the
  civilians the Americans had killed. The US special forces, with
  an understandable but ruthless regard for their own safety,
  locked Somali women and children into the house in which they
  were besieged.

  Ridley Scott says that he came to the project without politics,
  which is what people often say when they subscribe to the
  dominant point of view. The story he relates (with the help of the
  US department of defence and the former chairman of the joint
  chiefs of staff) is the story the American people need to tell
  themselves.

  The purpose of the raid on October 3, Black Hawk Down
  suggests, was to prevent Aideed's murderous forces from
  starving Somalia to death. No hint is given of the feuding
  between him and the UN, other than the initial attack on the
  Pakistani peacekeepers. There is no recognition that the worst
  of the famine had passed, or that the US troops had long
  ceased to be part of the solution. The US hostage-taking, even
  the crucial role played by Malaysian soldiers in the Rangers'
  rescue, have been excised from the record. Instead - and since
  September 11 this has become a familiar theme - the attempt to
  capture Aideed's lieutenants was a battle between good and evil,
  civilisation and barbarism.

  The Somalis in Black Hawk Down speak only to condemn
  themselves. They display no emotions other than greed and the
  lust for blood. Their appearances are accompanied by sinister
  Arab techno, while the US forces are trailed by violins, oboes
  and vocals inspired by Enya. The American troops display
  horrific wounds. They clutch photos of their loved ones and ask
  to be remembered to their parents or their children as they die.
  The Somalis drop like flies, killed cleanly, dispensable,
  unmourned.

  Some people have compared Black Hawk Down to the British
  film Zulu. There is some justice in the comparison, but the
  Somalis here offer a far more compelling personification of evil
  than the blundering, belligerent Zulus. They are sinister, deceitful
  and inscrutable; more like the British caricature of the Chinese
  during the opium wars.

  What we are witnessing in both Black Hawk Down and the
  current war against terrorism is the creation of a new myth of
  nationhood. America is casting itself simultaneously as the
  world's saviour and the world's victim; a sacrificial messiah, on a
  mission to deliver the world from evil. This myth contains
  incalculable dangers for everyone else on earth.

  To discharge its sense of unique grievance, the US government
  has hinted at what may become an asymmetric world war. It is
  no coincidence that Somalia comes close to the top of the list of
  nations it may be prepared to attack. This war, if it materialises,
  will be led not by the generals in their bunkers, but by the
  people who construct the story the nation chooses to believe.







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TrueColorz  Copyright 2001 e-Business Communication Association  By Publish staff
October 15, 2001 Six tips for creating a sticky site With the number of unique Web sites nearly doubling in the past year from 17 million  in November 2000 to more than 32 million today, it's more important than ever for your  site to entice eyeballs to stick.
(eBCA) -- How do users interact with the Web? This fundamental question has given rise to an entire field of study created  to support the
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To better understand how consumer eyeballs behave on the Web, Ziff-Davis' Smart Business Labs teamed up with usability specialists from eyetracking.com to figure out what makes a site more or less sticky--in other words, what makes visitors stay at a site for a longer period of time. The study recruited testers to surf through 20 sites, recording their eye movements every step of the way and keeping notes on how much time was spent on each site. From the study came a list of six concepts to keep in mind where Web design is concerned:

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6. Remember to include your logo: To the surprise of the researchers,
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