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Prison Planet Weekend News Summary

Steve Watson | December 19 2005

A few headlines of importance from the weekend that you may have missed.

Bush defends NSA spy orders, vows to continue program

The President admits he authorized a secret program of warrentless eavesdropping on US Citizens after 9/11 and defends the procedure, telling us it will continue. This is blatant misuse of executive orders via the NSA. Dave Lindorff asks: Doesn't Anyone Remember Poindexter's Total Information Awareness? He Left; It Didn't. So now not only does the government admit to torture, rendition and secret prisons, it also admits that it has a secret police spying on American citizens. Bush has however been forced to accept the proposed ban on torture.

Homeland Security Visits Student who requested Mao Tse-Tung Book

More evidence of the spy network system in action emerged this weekend with the revelation that reading political books may cause you to get a visit from Homeland Security Agents. A senior at UMass Dartmouth was visited by federal agents two months ago, after he requested a copy of Mao Tse-Tung's tome on Communism called "The Little Red Book."

The Student's Professor Dr Brian Glyn Williams, who had been planning to offer a course on terrorism next semester, but is reconsidering, because it might put his students at risk. commented: "My instinct is that there is a lot more monitoring than we think,"


Powell attempting to distance himself from "the crazies"

Colin Powell has been running his mouth all weekend. The axed Neo-Con minion first admitted that he had been forced out by Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld, then revealed that he believes the war in Iraq will last for "years", and finally stated that the process of rendition by the CIA is nothing new.

Spies warned of Tube attack

MI5 warned Tony Blair before the July 7 suicide bombings that Al-Qaeda was planning a “high priority” attack specifically aimed at the London Tube. More evidence that intelligence knew an attack was to take place, however the security level was decreased and the so called bombers were ruled not to be a threat.

N.Irish spy revelations spark public inquiry calls

More evidence emerged over the weekend that British Intelligence was involved in the majority of the major IRA terror campaigns in the 80s and the 90s. A senior member of Sinn Fein was revealed to be a British spy for more than 20 years.

WHOOPS! Terrorist leader released by mistake

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, America's most wanted man in Iraq, was arrested last year but released because his captors did not know who he was, an Iraqi government minister has claimed. The latest in a long line of miraculous "escapes" and disappearances of leading Al Qaeda names.

The Coming Conflict With Iran

A bevy of news about Iran this weekend as the US and Europe step up their planning. As the country blocks nuclear inspections, Condoleeza Rice stated that Iran "cannot be trusted" with nuclear technology, whilst Pakistan Foreign Minister Khursheed Kasuri said that his country would stand by Iran in case of US aggression. Iran asserted that the West be tolerant of their Holocaust views, further playing into the Globalist hands.

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