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WORLD CONTROL / NWO

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Dave Hall
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#121 | Posted: 8 Jul 2009 20:57
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Sorry to harp (Haarp) back to 911, but I have just watched a great video called
"PRESS FOR TRUTH"
Its really good.
Lets face it its all part of the NWO
Heres the link.
Dave.
URL
Dave Hall
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#122 | Posted: 8 Jul 2009 21:31
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Not too sure abot this, but an interesting read, we will see what happends SOON
D.
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telecaster
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#123 | Posted: 8 Jul 2009 22:36
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Disintegration of the U.S. would be a good thing LOL !
Maybe the secret N. American pact was made to bring
them all down at once so NWO can take over quicker !
T.
monkeyboy
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#124 | Posted: 8 Jul 2009 22:50
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i can`t see her maj giving that nest egg back.

MB ;)
monkeyboy
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#125 | Posted: 9 Jul 2009 00:39
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http://www.whoownstheworld.com/about-the-book/largest-landowner/

Queen Elizabeth II, head of state of the United Kingdom and of 31 other states and territories, is the legal owner of about 6,600 million acres of land, one sixth of the earth's non ocean surface.
She is the only person on earth who owns whole countries, and who owns countries that are not her own domestic territory. This land ownership is separate from her role as head of state and is different from other monarchies where no such claim is made – Norway, Belgium, Denmark etc.

The value of her land holding. £17,600,000,000,000 (approx).
This makes her the richest individual on earth. However, there is no way easily to value her real estate. There is no current market in the land of entire countries. At a rough estimate of $5,000 an acre, and based on the sale of Alaska to the USA by the Tsar, and of Louisiana to the USA by France, the Queen's land holding is worth a notional $33,000,000,000,000 (Thirty three trillion dollars or about £17,600,000,000,000). Her holding is based on the laws of the countries she owns and her land title is valid in all the countries she owns. Her main holdings are Canada, the 2nd largest country on earth, with 2,467 million acres, Australia, the 7th largest country on earth with 1,900 million acres, the Papua New Guinea with114 million acres, New Zealand with 66 million acres and the UK with 60 million acres.
She is the world's largest landowner by a significant margin. The next largest landowner is the Russian state, with an overall ownership of 4,219 million acres, and a direct ownership comparable with the Queen's land holding of 2,447 million acres. The 3rd largest landowner is the Chinese state, which claims all of Chinese land, about 2,365 million acres. The 4th largest landowner on earth is the Federal Government of the United States, which owns about one third of the land of the USA, 760 million acres. The fifth largest landowner on earth is the King of Saudi Arabia with 553 million acres
Largest five personal landowners on Earth:

Queen Elizabeth II 6,600 million acres
King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia 553 million acres
King Bhumibol of Thailand 126 million acres
King Mohammed IV of Morocco 113 million acres
Sultan Quaboos of Oman 76 million acres
telecaster
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#126 | Posted: 9 Jul 2009 13:08
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I also said on this forum that Queen Betty holds the
biggest stocks of uranium in the world.
She`s definately Illuminated !
T.
telecaster
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#127 | Posted: 13 Jul 2009 14:52
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Just back from the East , nothing to report !
There are 2 horrifying stories in The Sun today......

1. The government are preparing mass vaccinations
against the so-called "Swine Flu". Mercury poisoning
coming to a surgery near you, amongst other things !

2. Nick Pope reports an astounding increase of ufo reports
this year compared to previous years.

T.
Dave Hall
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#128 | Posted: 13 Jul 2009 14:57
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telecaster:
The government are preparing mass vaccinations
against the so-called "Swine Flu".

Not here Mateyboy LOL
D.
monkeyboy
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#129 | Posted: 13 Jul 2009 15:17
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telecaster:
Just back from the East , nothing to report !

welcome back T. i think E.T has been waiting for you to get back it`s been quiet.
monkeyboy
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#130 | Posted: 13 Jul 2009 18:06
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http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/12/us...s/12intel.html

Cheney Is Linked to Concealment of C.I.A. Project

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Published: July 11, 2009

The Central Intelligence Agency withheld information about a secret counterterrorism program from Congress for eight years on direct orders from former Vice President Dick Cheney, the agency's director, Leon E. Panetta, has told the Senate and House intelligence committees, two people with direct knowledge of the matter said Saturday.
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The report that Mr. Cheney was behind the decision to conceal the still-unidentified program from Congress deepened the mystery surrounding it, suggesting that the Bush administration had put a high priority on the program and its secrecy.

Mr. Panetta, who ended the program when he first learned of its existence from subordinates on June 23, briefed the two intelligence committees about it in separate closed sessions the next day.

Efforts to reach Mr. Cheney through relatives and associates were unsuccessful.

The question of how completely the C.I.A. informed Congress about sensitive programs has been hotly disputed by Democrats and Republicans since May, when Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused the agency of failing to reveal in 2002 that it was waterboarding a terrorism suspect, a claim Mr. Panetta rejected.

The law requires the president to make sure the intelligence committees "are kept fully and currently informed of the intelligence activities of the United States, including any significant anticipated intelligence activity." But the language of the statute, the amended National Security Act of 1947, leaves some leeway for judgment, saying such briefings should be done "to the extent consistent with due regard for the protection from unauthorized disclosure of classified information relating to sensitive intelligence sources and methods or other exceptionally sensitive matters."

In addition, for covert action programs, a particularly secret category in which the role of the United States is hidden, the law says that briefings can be limited to the so-called Gang of Eight, consisting of the Republican and Democratic leaders of both houses of Congress and of their intelligence committees.

The disclosure about Mr. Cheney's role in the unidentified C.I.A. program comes a day after an inspector general's report underscored the central role of the former vice president's office in restricting to a small circle of officials knowledge of the National Security Agency's program of eavesdropping without warrants, a degree of secrecy that the report concluded hurt the effectiveness of the counterterrorism surveillance effort.

Democrats in Congress, who contend that the covert action provision was abused to cover up programs under President Bush, are seeking to change the law to permit the full committees to be briefed on more matters. President Obama, however, has threatened to veto the intelligence authorization bill if the changes go too far, and the proposal is now being negotiated by the White House and the intelligence committees.

A spokesman for the intelligence agency, Paul Gimigliano, declined on Saturday to comment on the report of Mr. Cheney's role.

"It's not agency practice to discuss what may or may not have been said in a classified briefing," Mr. Gimigliano said. "When a C.I.A. unit brought this matter to Director Panetta's attention, it was with the recommendation that it be shared appropriately with Congress. That was also his view, and he took swift, decisive action to put it into effect."

Bill Harlow, a spokesman for George J. Tenet, who was the C.I.A. director when the unidentified program began, declined to comment on Saturday, noting that the program remains classified.

Intelligence and Congressional officials have said the unidentified program did not involve the C.I.A. interrogation program and did not involve domestic intelligence activities. They have said the program was started by the counterterrorism center at the C.I.A. shortly after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, but never became fully operational, involving planning and some training that took place off and on from 2001 until this year.

"Because this program never went fully operational and hadn't been briefed as Panetta thought it should have been, his decision to kill it was neither difficult nor controversial," one intelligence official, who would speak about the classified program only on condition of anonymity. "That's worth remembering amid all the drama."

Members of Congress have differed on the significance of the program, whose details remain secret. Most of those interviewed, however, have said that it was an important activity that they felt should have been disclosed.

In the eight years of his vice presidency, Mr. Cheney was the Bush administration's most vehement defender of the secrecy of government activities, particularly in the intelligence arena. He went to the Supreme Court to keep secret the advisers to his task force on energy, and won.

A report released on Friday by the inspectors general of five agencies about the National Security Agency's domestic surveillance program makes clear that Mr. Cheney's legal adviser, David S. Addington, had to personally approve every government official who was told about the program. The report said "the exceptionally compartmented nature of the program" frustrated F.B.I. agents who were assigned to follow up on tips it turned up.

High-level N.S.A. officials who were responsible for ensuring that the surveillance program was legal, including the agency's inspector general and general counsel, were not permitted by Mr. Cheney's office to read the Justice Department opinion that found the eavesdropping legal, several officials said.

Mr. Addington could not be reached for comment on Saturday.

Questions over the adequacy and the truthfulness of the C.I.A.'s briefings for Congress date back to the creation of the intelligence oversight committees in the 1970s after disclosures of agency assassination and mind-control programs and other abuses. But complaints increased in the Bush years, when the C.I.A. and other intelligence agencies took the major role in pursuing Al Qaeda.

The use of harsh interrogation methods, including waterboarding, for instance, was first described to a handful of lawmakers for the first time in September 2002. Ms. Pelosi and the C.I.A. have disagreed about what she was told, but in any case, the briefing occurred only after a terrorism suspect, Abu Zubaydah, had been waterboarded 83 times.

Representative Jan Schakowsky, a Democrat of Illinois on the House committee, wrote on Friday to the chairman, Representative Silvestre Reyes, Democrat of Texas, to demand an investigation of the unidentified program and why Congress was not told of it. Aides said Mr. Reyes was reviewing the matter.

"There's been a history of difficulty in getting the C.I.A. to tell us what they should," said Representative Adam Smith, Democrat of Washington. "We will absolutely be held accountable for anything the agency does."

Representative Peter Hoekstra of Michigan, the committee's top Republican, said he would not judge the agency harshly in the case of the unidentified program, because it was not fully operational. But he said that in general, the agency has not been as forthcoming as the law requires.

"We have to pull the information out of them to get what we need," Mr. Hoekstra said.
monkeyboy
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#131 | Posted: 13 Jul 2009 18:09
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please go to the site and watch the video they have been killing "prisoners of war" in iraq!

http://www.democracynow.org/2009/7/13/headlines#2


Holder Considers Criminal Probe of Bush Administration

Attorney General Eric Holder is considering whether to appoint a criminal prosecutor to investigate the Bush administration's interrogation practices involving the CIA. Newsweek reports Holder has become increasingly troubled after reviewing the Bush administration's interrogation policies. He reportedly told one associate that what he saw in the reports about the treatment of prisoners at the CIA's black sites "turned my stomach." Holder is expected to make a decision in the coming weeks and has already discussed several potential candidates to serve as special prosecutor. Holder is considering the probe despite opposition from President Obama, who resisted an effort by congressional Democrats to establish a "truth commission." Obama has said the nation should be "looking forward and not backwards." Holder told Newsweek, "I hope that whatever decision I make would not have a negative impact on the President's agenda. But that can't be a part of my decision."
Report: CIA Had Secret Assassination Plan

The CIA is also coming under increasing criticism for failing to inform Congress about a highly classified targeted assassination program started by the CIA after Sept. 11. According to the Wall Street Journal, the program focused on the CIA's attempt to capture or assassinate terrorists. The Journal reports the CIA spent money on planning and possibly some training. It was acting on a 2001 presidential legal pronouncement, known as a finding, which authorized the CIA to pursue such efforts even though the Ford administration had banned assassinations in the 1970s. Congress only learned about the program last month when President Obama's CIA Director Leon Panetta ended the initiative. Senator Dianne Feinstein appeared on Fox News Sunday. She didn't describe the program but confirmed reports that Vice President Dick Cheney had ordered the CIA to withhold information about the program from Congress.

Dianne Feinstein: "The answer is yes, Congress should have been told. We should have been briefed before the commencement of this kind of sensitive program. Director Panetta did brief us two weeks ago, I believe it was on the 24th of June, said he had just learned about the program, described it to us, indicated that he had canceled it and, as had been reported, did tell us that he was told that the Vice President had ordered that the program not be briefed to the Congress."

This does not mark the first time the Bush administration has been accused of carrying out targeted assassinations. Earlier this year investigative journalist Seymour Hersh said publicly the Bush administration ran an executive assassination ring that reported directly to Vice President Dick Cheney.

Seymour Hersh: "Congress has no oversight of it. It's an executive assassination wing, essentially. And it's been going on and on and on. And just today in the Times there was a story saying that its leader, a three-star admiral named McRaven, ordered a stop to certain activities because there were so many collateral deaths. It's been going in—under President Bush's authority, they've been going into countries, not talking to the ambassador or to the CIA station chief, and finding people on a list and executing them and leaving."

According to Hersh, the program was carried out by the Joint Special Operations Command, or JSOC. The former head of JSOC, Stanley McChrystal, is now Obama's top commander in Afghanistan.
Gov't Report: Bush Surveillance Program Was "Unprecedented"

In other intelligence news, a government report released Friday found that the Bush administration's post-Sept. 11 surveillance efforts went well beyond the widely publicized warrantless wiretapping program. The report called the surveillance program "unprecedented" and questioned its legal justification. The report also raised questions about the effectiveness of the surveillance operation. Some CIA officials complained that much of the data from the program was "vague and out of context," so they turned to other information sources. The report was compiled at the request of Congress by five government agency watchdogs: the inspectors general of the Justice Department, Pentagon, CIA, Directorate of National Intelligence and National Security Agency. More than 200 top officials and front-line agents in defense and intelligence agencies were interviewed for the report, but several top Bush administration officials refused to speak, including former Attorney General John Ashcroft, former Justice Department attorney John Yoo, former CIA Director George Tenet, and David Addington, a former top aide to Vice President Cheney.
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#132 | Posted: 17 Jul 2009 12:03
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According to lucypringle.co.uk, crop circles are mainly
a British phenemenon because she has evidence that
shows the intricate ones are done by apparatus that
is carried by British Apache Gunships !!!!!
Have a look for yourselves.
What will they think of next ?
T.
CTRILEY
Member
#133 | Posted: 17 Jul 2009 13:13 | Edited by: CTRILEY
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telecaster:
According to lucypringle.co.uk, crop circles are mainly
a British phenemenon because she has evidence that
shows the intricate ones are done by apparatus that
is carried by British Apache Gunships !!!!!
Have a look for yourselves.
What will they think of next ?
T.

But don't intricate crop circles pre-date Britian purchasing Apache Gunships, if not the development of the gunship itself?
telecaster
Member
#134 | Posted: 17 Jul 2009 13:27
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Makes no sense does it ?
T.
dark star
Member
#135 | Posted: 17 Jul 2009 17:18
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Im still open minded about crop circles,possibly advanced human technology involved me thinks.All vegatation is largely influenced by gravity,light and water.
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