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Crushing Defeat of US blockade of CUBA at UN General Assembly!

For the sixteen consecutive time, United Nations members voted against the US economic, financial and commercial blockade of Cuba. The resolution presented by the island received 184 votes in favor, one more than in 2006, four against and one abstention.
 

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Call for the release of the Cuban Five

The Cuban chapter of the Defense of Humanity Network announced in Havana a new call for the release of the five anti-terrorist Cubans incarcerated for nine years with heavy sentences hanging over them.
 

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News :: General : Local politics : Military : Protests and Vigils : Surveillance/censorship

Kalifornia Dreamin' A False Flag Fire Drill

Captain Eric H. May, the Internet intelligence writer and commander of Ghost Troop, sends along a Halloween surprise for people who are spending the holiday caught up in the Web. Some will consider his hypothesis on what happened in California a trick, and some a treat. Everyone, though, will agree that his analysis sends out sparks and fuels the fire of our imagination!
 

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Commentary :: Electoral politics

Presidential Nominee Moore Polarizes Iraq War Issue

Today, there are two sides on the Iraq War debate; on the left there is Brian Moore, with Socialist Party USA and Peace and Freedom Party, and on the right there are the Democrats and Republicans. Brian Moore recently received the nomination for president by the Socialist Party USA; during the party’s National Convention, in St Louis, Missouri, Moore put the line in the sand, “immediate withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan.”
 

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News :: Civil and Human Rights

Ethnic Make Up of 'Palestinians'

 

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Holy Smoke! *

Smoke Summary: I returned to Maine because I knew that they wanted to know about these Bushes who never graduated from any place, these Bushes who can put themselves in the White House with only 20 votes if necessary, for there are 100s of thousands in their private army; plus I know that Maine would be the first to say, "no mas". I will start with an explanation of my own link to Maine; i.e. Dixmont. Keep in mind that this article contains two of the greatest creations of the English language; i.e. the "Fear God.." paragraph and The Closet along with the songs that make the whole world sing:
 

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Announcement :: Art and Culture

The Blue Book Campaign to Remember New Orleans

Carry The Blue Book, The Beatitudes, to remember New Orleans and the importance of public libraries in the modern world
 

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LOCAL News :: Civil and Human Rights

THE GREAT KING OF AMERICA

PBS et al.. The bushmob is thieving billions from America as
we speak, to further terrorize a dying America lost to the
indifference broadcasted daily on almost every radio and TV
network as our silenced voices.
 

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Interview :: Art and Culture

Bombs Rock NYC Mexican Consulate

New York, New York, U.S. - Early this morning explosives rocked the Mexican Consulate shattering windows and waking neighbors, nearly one year to the day since gunmen sympathetic to the Mexican ruling party assassinated anarchist activist and American independent journalist Brad Will.
 

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Announcement :: Education : Electoral politics : General : Surveillance/censorship

Ghost Troop Halloween Interview Dr. Jim Fetzer w/ Captain Eric H. May

Captain Eric H. May, the Internet intelligence writer, will be appearing in an important interview with Dr. Jim Fetzer, founder of Scholars for 911 Truth, on Halloween.
 

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An inglorious peace is better than a dishonorable war.
-- Mark Twain
Source: "Glances at History" (suppressed)
 

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