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Saturday, 20 October 2007


The following message was emailed to me today by The People's PC (WindyWanda <>). It confirms what has been predicted by some honest and knowledgeable people for some time now, namely, that the USA ruling class, manipulated by the zionist lobby in Washington (on behalf of the zionist apartheid regime of Israel ) has decided to impose its will on the entire humanity by military force, including a nuclear war. Could it be that this catastrophic and insane world war plan has now entered the implementation phase ?

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From: Bruce Sent: Oct 17, 2007 9:10 PM

Subject: Fw:




We all must demand Congress immediately impeach Bush/Cheney for reasons of insanity in threatening World War III as regards Iran and Russia. Neither Iran nor Russia are our enemies, but are keys to peace on this planet in this very critical time. Iran is not threatening Israel, but those who refuse to impeach Bush and Cheney are, as they participate in the threatened destruction of our nation and life on the planet. Thus we call for the resignation of any member of Congress unwilling to act to stop the hijacking of the planet by the mad men who occupy the White House. We must demand their immediate removal, starting with the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, for complicity with treason and for threatening crimes against humanity, if action is not taken to remove the President, Vice President, Secretary of State.

Considering the recent disclosure by the Air Force, to prevent the transference of nuclear weapons to the Mid-East, Bush's statement's can be considered nothing other than the ravings of a terrorist, not a head of state. As it is the duty of military personnel to refuse illegal orders, it is within the purview of the military to arrest the President and Vice President, as Commander's in Chief, such that these mad men might be detained from acting out their insanity, such that the 25 th Amendment might be exercised along with a potential Court Martial.

We likewise demand that the military and nation be aware of the danger posed by various security drills that could go 'live', or other covert event, as happened with the 'false flag' 9/11 events, to justify those within the White House, Congress, various civilian and extra-national parties who want to strike Iran and Russia.

Every citizen must mobilize now to take control of our country back from these suicide bombing murderers, before it is too late.

Bruce Marshall

Antiwar Coalition for Truth, ACTINDEPENDENT.ORG
Home of the Kennebunkport Warning

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From: Webster Tarpley Sent: Oct 17, 2007 12:54 PM

Bush warns of World War III if Iran goes nuclear

58 minutes ago
Agence France Presse

US President George W. Bush said Wednesday that he had warned world leaders they must prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons "if you're interested in avoiding World War III."
"We've got a leader in Iran who has announced that he wants to destroy Israel," Bush said at a White House press conference after Russia cautioned against military action against Tehran's supect atomic program.

"So I've told people that, if you're interested in avoiding World War III, it seems like you ought to be interested in preventing them from having the knowledge necessary to make a nuclear weapon," said Bush.

Patriot missile fired accidentally in Qatar
By Pauline Jelinek - The Associated PressPosted : Wednesday Oct 17, 2007 5:47:32 EDT

WASHINGTON — A Patriot missile was accidentally fired from a military base in Qatar, hitting a nearby farm, the Pentagon said Tuesday.

Defense Department spokesman Bryan Whitman said the missile landed in an "unpopulated farm area," and no one was injured.

The incident — which occurred Monday night in Washington time but Tuesday in Qatar — is being investigated, Whitman said.

"It's been described as an accidental discharge; beyond that, it's just not clear at this time" what happened, Whitman said.

The official Qatar News Agency, quoting an unnamed official with Qatar Armed Forces General Command, said the missile was erroneously fired from Camp As Sayliyah, located on the outskirts of Doha, and it caused no damage.

The Patriot is an air-defense guided-missile system, and the military is secretive about where it bases the Patriot batteries.

It was originally designed to shoot down aircraft, but it gained attention in the first Gulf War when it was used against Iraqi scud missiles. Later, there was criticism of its effectiveness, and technical improvements were made.

A number of problems with Patriot missile defenses and related systems contributed to three friendly fire deaths during the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, the Pentagon has said.
Patriot batteries misidentified and shot down an American and a British fighter in separate incidents, leaving three air crew members dead. A Patriot system also mistakenly tracked another U.S. fighter, which bombed a radar in response. The incidents took place in March and April 2003.

Putin tells U.S. not to strike Iran
By Oleg Shchedrov and Parisa Hafezi
Tue Oct 16, 6:36 PM ET

President Vladimir Putin made clear to Washington on Tuesday that Russia would not accept military action against Iran and he invited Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Moscow for talks.

Putin made the invitation to Ahmadinejad, shunned by the West which fears his nuclear program is a cover for building atomic weapons, after meeting him and leaders of other Caspian Sea states who ruled out any strikes on Iran from their region.

Dates for Ahmadinejad's visit would be arranged through diplomatic channels, RIA news agency quoted a statement by the two leaders as saying.

Earlier, in comments aimed at the United States, Putin said during his talks in Iran: "We should not even think of using force in this region."
"We need to agree that using the territory of one Caspian Sea (state) in the event of aggression against another is impossible," he told the presidents of Iran, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan at a summit of Caspian Sea states.
Western nations accuse Tehran of seeking atomic weapons, a charge Tehran denies. Washington has refused to rule out the use of force if diplomacy fails to resolve the row.

Asked about Russia's invitation to Ahmadinejad, a U.S. State Department official said: "It's up to the Russians to determine how they want to manage their bilateral relations with Iran."

Putin's remarks about territory also appeared aimed at ex-Soviet Azerbaijan, where the U.S. military has inspected airfields. Russian media have suggested Washington might be trying to negotiate the right to use its military facilities. Baku denies this.

Russia is annoyed at what it sees as the West's attempts to end its influence in former Soviet states.

In a final declaration, the Caspian nations backed Putin's call, saying "under no circumstances will they allow (the use of their) territories by third countries to launch aggression or other military action against any of the member states."
The countries also backed the rights of signatories to the Non-Proliferation Treaty -- which includes Iran -- to develop peaceful nuclear energy.

Ahmadinejad, who says Tehran will not stop atomic work that he insists is peaceful, praised the Caspian declaration.

Putin's trip to Iran, the first made by a Kremlin leader since 1943, has been watched because of Russia's potential leverage, on behalf of fellow world powers, to rein in Iran using its trade and nuclear supply ties with Tehran.


Russia is building Iran's first atomic power plant in the port city of Bushehr. Russia says Iran is behind in payments for the plant, causing construction delays, but Iran says it is up to date and that Moscow is bowing to Western pressure.

Putin told Iranian media he could not provide guarantees for when fuel for the plant, also delayed, would be delivered. He said this would depend on discussions about the contract. The two sides agreed, Russian news agencies said, that Russia would complete work according to the "agreed timetable."

The timetable has regularly slipped and Putin's comments are likely to disappoint Iranian officials, who before his arrival, said they expected "good news" about Bushehr.
Putin turned up in Iran after shrugging off a Russian report about a plot to kill him during the trip. Russian officials had suggested he might change his plans. Iran dismissed the report.
Putin had bilateral talks with Ahmadinejad and also met Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who holds ultimate authority in Iran.

The U.N. Security Council has imposed two rounds of limited sanctions on Iran, which were backed by Russia and five other world powers -- the United States, France, Germany, Britain and China. Washington and Paris are pushing for tougher steps.

Moscow says it sees no evidence of a military program and is resisting Western calls for new sanctions. Russia has also been alarmed by talk in the West that the row could result in conflict. France has warned of a possible war.

But, in Washington, State Department spokesman Tom Casey was confident of Moscow's support as the U.S. and others push for more punitive action.

"We fully expect that we will have support from the Russian Government for our longstanding policy that has been crafted, not by the U.S. but by the members of the Security Council, starting with the P-5+1," he said, referring to the permanent five members of the U.N. Security Council plus Germany.

US President George W. Bush said Wednesday that he had warned world leaders they must prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons "if you're interested in avoiding World War III."