Monday, February 27, 2006

Another Angle 27 - February - 2006

News others won't tell you


Farrakhan's Saviors' Day Speech Raises Controversy
"You are a weak nation now and your country has been taken from you by the synagogue of Satan. They own Congress. That's why the Congress ain’t right," Farrakhan said.
“The synagogue of Satan” by Minister Louis Farrakhan

Former CIA Analyst: Western Intelligence May Be Behind Mosque Bombing
"The main question is Qui Bono? Who benefits from this kind of thing? You don't have to be very conspiratorial or even paranoid to suggest that there are a whole bunch of likely suspects out there and not only the Sunnis. You know, the
British officers were arrested, dressed up in Arab garb, riding around in a car, so this stuff goes on."

Why Aren't Black Business Tycoons Celebrated During Black History Month?
For more than two decades, a number of historians, led largely by the pathbreaking scholarship of Professor Juliet E.K. Walker of the University of Texas, have been working to expand our knowledge of the rich tradition of black entrepreneurs, managers, and corporate executives. Too few people, including U.S. historians, have taken notice.


Venezuela Prepared to Stop U.S. Exports
"If our country, our process, our constitution are attacked by the Bush administration, we are not going to send any more oil," Oil Minister Rafael Ramirez told the Ultimas Noticias daily in an interview. "We'll see then which of the two governments is able to manage this type of a situation better."

Israeli company stops petroleum supplies to Palestinian lands
Al-Bader said the Israeli company that exported petroleum products to Palestinian lands notified the Palestinian Authority (PA) that it could not continue supplying Palestinian lands, after the official Palestinian check bounced due to insufficient fund.

Iran clear and present danger to US
With its need to import and consume more petroleum and more of everything, there is no way for the US to pay its debts, even though it may earn some money from lending out the funds deposited with it by the countries of the world. There simply is too much US dollars within the world’s financial system. And so the deficit of the US will continue to grow, for such is the size of its debt that it cannot pay even the interest from earnings. In reality, the US is bankrupt. That is why Iran must be destroyed at any cost. The Iranian oil bourse poses a clear and present danger to the survival of the United States.
US 'skeptical' of Iran- Russia nuclear deal
*BELLACIAO - March 20 to 26, 2006: Iran-USA, beginning of a major crisis

Mexico front-runner promises break with U.S. policies
Conservative President Vicente Fox broke that tradition after taking office in 2000 when he joined the United States in condemning the lack of fundamental liberties in Cuba and elsewhere. Mexico's foreign policy under Fox sought to promote human rights and civil liberties abroad. That'll change, Lopez Obrador signaled to a crowd estimated between 70,000 and 120,000. Having led public opinion polls for two years, Lopez Obrador is on track to become Mexico's first president elected from a left-wing party, the Party of the Democratic Revolution.

Egypt Announces Discovery of Ramses II Statues


Why Is Halliburton Building Internment Camps?
As early as September of 2002, John Ashcroft discussed internment of even American citizens who were deemed “enemy combatants” [2a] and Peter Kirsanow of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission said that he “could foresee a scenario in which the public would demand internment camps for Arab Americans if Arab terrorists strike again in this country.” If there’s a future terrorist attack in America ‘’and they come from the same ethnic group that attacked the World Trade Center, you can forget about civil rights.” [2 b]


Private Rivers
The IDB, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund are the largest purveyors of water privatization worldwide. Behind the charitable guise of providing water to the poor, the majority of the water projects are implementing changes that shift control of water management and propriety over water itself from democratic forums (like city councils and state legislatures) to corporate board rooms. The majority of these projects are in Africa and Latin America, while most of them include some type of "hydro-sector reform."

U.S. and Colombia Reach Free Trade Deal
What do we get in return? Cocaine?


US and Iran Collision Course Is Financial, Not Nuclear
LEAP/E2020's researchers and analysts thus identified 7 convergent crises that the American and Iranian decisions coming into effect during the last week of March 2006, will catalyse and turn into a total crisis, affecting the whole planet in the political, economic and financial fields, as well as in the military field




Jazzman Gerald Wilson, Still Enjoying His 'Time'
Jazz great Gerald Wilson is still going strong at 87. His most recent album, In My Time was released last year.

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