Archive for November, 2007

Man Takes Hostages At Clinton Campaign Office

November 30, 2007

Witnesses Say Man Has Bomb-Like Device Strapped To Chest

ROCHESTER, N.H. — An armed man has taken two campaign workers hostage at the Hillary Clinton campaign office in Rochester, police said.

Officials with the campaign confirmed that there were two workers taken hostage in the office on 28 North Main St.. A woman and her baby told workers at a neighboring business that she was released by the hostage-taker.

“A young woman with a 6-month or 8-month-old infant came rushing into the store just in tears, and she said, ‘You need to call 911. A man has just walked into the Clinton office, opened his coat and showed us a bomb strapped to his chest with duct tape,'” witness Lettie Tzizik said.

Witnesses described the man as in his 40s with salt-and-pepper hair.

There are several police officers positioned across the street from the office, crouched down behind cruisers with guns drawn, according to a reported at the scene.

“I walked out and I immediately started running, and I saw that the road was blocked off. They told me run and keep going,” said Cassandra Hamilton, who works in an office adjacent to the building.

Nearby businesses have been evacuated, and the St. Elizabeth Seton School has been locked down.

Several elementary and middle schools in the areas locked their doors in what officials called a “soft lockdown.” Children at the McLelland School, Maple Street School and William Allen School were only being released directly to their parents.

“There are sharp shooters on the roof, and police are negotiating with someone in the building,” said another witness, who did not want to be identified. “The police are notifying all the business owners on the street to evacuate. There are fire trucks behind the Hillary Clinton office.”

Clinton, who is not in New Hampshire, is attending a National Democratic Committee meeting in Virginia. Presidential candidate Barack Obama also has an office in Rochester, and it has been evacuated. There were no reports of any injuries.


Deluded McCain Thinks Americans Believe 9/11 Hoax

November 30, 2007

Senator also claims 9/11 families were happy with Kean-Hamilton Commission – wrong again bubba!

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
Friday, November 30, 2007

Senator John McCain, who this week made a crass and bumbling effort to smear Ron Paul as a fascist appeaser, appeared just as deluded at a recent speaking engagement at which he was asked why he penned the foreword to Popular Mechanics’ Debunking 9/11 Myths book.

At the time of its release, Popular Mechanics Editor James Meigs claimed that their investigation was “not political, and yet the foreword to their book is written by none other than GOP darling McCain, who re-hashes an abhorrent amount of Neo-Con detritus that relies solely on 9/11 having happened exactly as the government claims it did.

“We liberated Afghanistan from the murderous rule of the Taliban, our attackers’ proud hosts. We chased Al Qaeda around the globe,” barks McCain.

In the video clip taken from a November 18th function, Kathy Walker, whose father was in the north tower of the World Trade Center on 9/11, asks McCain why he lent his name to “a book that’s aim is to stifle the efforts of those trying to bring about justice, accountability, and closure in regard to 9/11.” McCain responds that an “overwhelming majority of Americans believe the conclusions” of the 9/11 Commission before going on to triumph the expertise of the Commission.

McCain’s contention that the majority of Americans still have faith in the government’s official fairy tale version, which was rubber-stamped by the 9/11 Commission, is manifestly wrong.

An October 2006 CBS/New York Times poll found that just 16% of respondents thought the government was telling the truth about 9/11. 81 per cent thought they were “mostly lying” or “hiding something” and a further 3 per cent were unsure.

– A 2006 Zogby poll found that opinion on whether there was a cover-up and the accuracy of the 9/11 Commission was roughly split down the middle, hardly the “overwhelming majority” that McCain claims.

– As far back as August 2004 a Zogby poll found that half of New Yorkers believed the government had foreknowledge of the attacks and consciously failed to act.

After the speech, McCain made another faux pas when he claimed that the majority of 9/11 families were content with the conclusions of the Kean-Hamilton whitewash farce.

This is another bare-faced lie.

Bill Doyle, the head of the largest 9/11 families group, told the Alex Jones show that the majority of family members are unsatisfied with the 9/11 Commission and still have many lingering questions – and that was nearly 18 months ago!

Despite Osama Bin Laden’s best efforts to follow his masters orders by insisting that he alone carried out 9/11 (methinks Osama doth protest too much), allied to the alleged trainer of the hijackers – and CIA informant – Louai al-Sakka’s attempt to firm up the official story, increasing amounts of Americans are just not buying it, as the polls continue to show.

Just as it didn’t pull the wool over our eyes during the debate on Wednesday night, the sycophantic applause of the carefully screened Neo-Con audience in the video clip doesn’t mask the fact that the majority of Americans know they are being lied to and won’t tolerate that fact for very much longer.

CNN: Does Ron Paul Believe in a Conspiracy to Form a North American Union?

November 30, 2007

Kurt Nimmo
Friday November 30, 2007

Ron Paul outlines the globalist plan to implement a North American Union during the CNN Republican debate. “The CFR exists, the Trilateral Commission exists,” Paul explains. “And it is a ‘conspiracy of ideas,’ this is an ideological battle. Some people believe in globalism, others of us believe in nation sovereignty. And there is a move on toward a North American Union, just like early on there was a move for a European Union that eventually ended up. So we NAFTA and a move toward a NAFTA highway, these are real things.”

Indeed, they are “real things,” although CNN, in a lower third, chalks Ron Paul up as a conspiracy nut, a tinfoil hatter, a black helicopter kook by way of insinuation.

Of course, it is the prescribed agenda of CNN and the rest of the corporate media to deny the North American Union, as its architects are determined to sneak it under the wire by stealth.

“The establishment media has promoted a consistent hoax and engaged in mass public deception by claiming that a plan for the political, social and economic integration of the U.S., Canada and Mexico into a North American Union does not exist, despite overwhelming and manifestly provable evidence to the contrary,” writes Paul Joseph Watson. “A recent Boston Globe piece entitled The amero conspiracy is just the latest in a long line of public relations stunts on behalf of the establishment to attempt to hoodwink Americans into thinking that the NAU is crackpot conspiracy fodder on a par with bigfoot and alien abduction, when in reality a plan for merging the Americas is on the record and its protagonists have long bragged about their goal to destroy U.S. sovereignty in pursuit of world government.”

Every time the agenda for full political and economic integration is advanced one step further, whether by treaties, lawfully binding agreements or rhetoric about what the next step will be, the establishment media steps in to scoff at such patently observable developments and label them “conspiracy theories”.

Thus we have CNN slapping a banner beneath Ron Paul as he addressed the obvious. However, CNN’s crass attempt to discredit Paul’s message will not work, as increasing numbers of people are tuning into Ron Paul’s message and a large part of the message is the attempt to sell our national sovereignty down the globalist river toward the ultimate goal — total enslavement based on the “Chinese miracle” of corporate feudalism.

How Rudy Giuliani Treats NYC Workers

November 30, 2007

Mayor Rudy Giuliani insults City Workers

Mayor Rudy Giuliani insults City Workers At Town Hall Meeting June 27 2001. Larry Hanley,President of ATU Local 726,tries to ask then Mayor Rudy Giuliani about an inside deal to grant bus Town Hall Meeting June 27 2001.

Larry Hanley,President of ATU Local 726,tries to ask then Mayor Rudy Giuliani about an inside deal to grant bus routes to connected private bus companies that contributed to his campaign.