Friday, June 18, 2010

Carly Fiorina, please do your homework

Ms Fiorina

I just read your remarkable speech given 15 days after 9/11, and was impressed with the concluding paragraphs beginning with "I’ll end by telling a story."

You did a wonderful job of describing "a civilization that was the greatest in the world." You had certainly done your homework then.

Perhaps you should do your homework on "Protecting America". Start with "9/11 Unveiled".

Enver Masud
Founder, The Wisdom Fund

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Wikileaks case echoes Pentagon papers, may shed light on 9/11

The unfolding secret story of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon is being told today when more than 500,000 intercepted pager messages, many from US officials, are published online in the order in which they were sent.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Press conference to release as-yet unseen HD footage from Gaza flotilla's Mavi Marmara




WHO: Iara Lee, a filmmaker from Cultures of Resistance ( who was one of a small number of Americans aboard the Marvi Marmara when it was attacked by Israeli forces. Despite having her equipment confiscated, she was able to smuggle back to the U.S. an hour of footage taken aboard the ship.

WHAT: Statement by Lee followed by the first screening of the raw footage in its entirety. The footage shows the mood and the activities on board the Mavi Marmara in the time leading up to the attack, including a walk through the entire ship, and the immediate reaction of the passengers during the attack. Lee will take quesitons from the press after the screening.

WHEN: Thursday, June 10, 4pm EST.

WHERE: United Nations Dag Hammarskjold Library. Visitors' entrance on 46th Street at First Avenue, New York City.

HOW: For UN Press Accreditation, please see:

CONTACT: Ina Howard-Parker, Represent Agency,

Monday, June 7, 2010

Reports: 9/11 a Mossad operation

Amnesty Int’l report claims U.S. used cluster bombs on Yemeni children

A US cruise missile carrying cluster bombs was behind a December attack in Yemen that killed 55 people, most of them civilians, Amnesty International (AI) said on Monday. The London-based rights group released photographs that it said showed the remains of a US-made Tomahawk missile and unexploded cluster bombs that were apparently used in the December 17, 2009 attack on the rural community of Al-Maajala in Yemen’s southern Abyan province.

Net neutrality: Our experience with Yahoo email blocking

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